Seriously, do they have to plan every performance that the 3rd grade does for the week before school gets out???
Thursday, May 22 – The whole 3rd grade at Tanis’ school worked on their literacy programs, and what made it extra nice is that instead of piling 4 or 5 classes into the auditorium, they had each class do their thing in their classroom. This made for a good seat – which was great – because Tanis is such a quiet kid.
Tanis’ class sang a few songs and then they broke into 5 groups or so and each of the groups recited their favorite poem/story that they had heard throughout the year. It looked like they had lots of fun and they learned lots of fun stories/poems.
THIS IS AMERICA-
So Friday night, May 23 – The 3rd grade from Tanis’ school and the 3rd grade from a neighboring school did a choir performance honoring those who serve in the military. There are quite a lot of military people out our way because we live by a base or something.
They held this at the outdoor ampitheater out our way. This was also nice because it wasn’t in a crowded gym and the night actually ended up being a good night. It didn’t seem like there was a lot of kids there, and Tanis later told me that only 9 kids in his class showed up. Sometimes I wish we wouldn’t have shown up, but I was raised differently.
It was nice and I appreciated that my dad, big brother & wife and big sister all came to support Tanis. He was so happy to see them there.