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September 18, 2018

Fairley Elementary School holds fall open house


Joining the conversation- Fairley’s open house was the first opportunity that the Hannibal family and community survey was offered to parents. This survey gauges parents’ needs and satisfaction with the district. Pictured is Christina Huff with her daughter Hannah Huff, a fourth grade student.

Joining the conversation- Fairley’s open house was the first opportunity that the Hannibal family and community survey was offered to parents. This survey gauges parents’ needs and satisfaction with the district. Pictured is Christina Huff with her daughter Hannah Huff, a fourth grade student.

Hannibal’s Fairley Elementary School held an open house the second week of school.

A new year - Third grade student Jacob Shaver stands with his teacher, Jodi Kraeger, during Fairley’s open house. Students in the class are starting with the ELA and math modules; doing close reads and learning multiplication.

A new year – Third grade student Jacob Shaver stands with his teacher, Jodi Kraeger, during Fairley’s open house. Students in the class are starting with the ELA and math modules; doing close reads and learning multiplication.

The event was well attended by students and their parents and caregivers.

Students toured the school with their families, introducing them to their teachers and showing them where they sit in class.

While many of the students have been at Fairley for years, others recently walked the halls for the first time.

Pre-school student Kieshamarie Vogelsang showed her little brother toys from the play kitchen while her mother chatted with teacher Mrs. Musa.

Siblings at Fairley – Rachel Dix, first grade student in Mrs. Tamayo’s class, is pictured with her brother Evan Dix, and their mother. Evan is a fourth grade student in Mrs. Miller’s class. Rachel holds a replica of herself; the class has been working on decorating paper plate faces to look like themselves.

Siblings at Fairley – Rachel Dix, first grade student in Mrs. Tamayo’s class, is pictured with her brother Evan Dix, and their mother. Evan is a fourth grade student in Mrs. Miller’s class. Rachel holds a replica of herself; the class has been working on decorating paper plate faces to look like themselves.

Parents were also able to interact with their children’s bus drivers, who made themselves available in the cafeteria.

Community and family engagement surveys were also available to take in the schools computer lab.

Parents were asked to answer a series of questions about their child’s education.

Survey data is being collected district wide, and will be available again at the Kenney Middle School and Hannibal High School open house and welcome back BBQ on Sept. 26.

Surveys will also be available on the district’s website at www.HannibalCSD.org

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