Monthly Archives: January 2016

Photos of Mr Richner’s Physical Education Giant Balloon Fun

Today the skies cleared enough for the kids to do some outside running without realizing that were working hard.  We also notice that although you can’t see the wind the wind must be considered.  It can keep you from controlling … Continue reading

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Ms Brenan class in PE

Ms Brenan’s class was one of the first to get a chance to experience giant balloons in recess.  These balloons are the type I have seen at car lots and was able to purchase over the holiday for our class. … Continue reading

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Pedometers into practice

Excited about the 10,000 step movement? It would be fun to share this experience of tracking students and families steps each day.  I am looking to see what it would take to get a class set to use with one … Continue reading

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Don’t Miss This Inaugural Event!

February 3-6, 2016 The Portland Winter Light Festival, powered by PGE renewable energy, is a free, all ages, community-wide celebration illuminating the city’s public spaces with installations by premier light artists and designers. Hosted by OMSI, no tickets are needed … Continue reading

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Forth graders get in free

Don’t forget to take advantage of this offer from the government to explore America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free.  https://everykidinapark.gov Ridgefield Refuge is one of those sites.    

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Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

Looking for a fun place to take a walk or go for a drive?  Look no further than a short dive up I-205 to Ridgefield, Washington.  They have both a driving and walking refuge.  The car refuge I was actually … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

After what seems like a long long time I am happy to see many members of our Lewis Family again.  Please stop by and say hello.

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