Every Wednesday afternoon, from 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm, Mt. Loafer teachers come together to think about how to best act on behalf of Mt. Loafer students. Teachers look at student work, evaluate their lessons, and aren't content until every area of where students aren’t doing well is erased and we are helping all students really be successful. Watch Mt. Loafer teachers in action and making academic decisions on behalf of our students!
On September 21st, 1998 a healthy baby boy was born to Alan and Dayna Hughes. The Hughes' had been married for 15 years, and, unable to have any children of their own, had already adopted two beautiful girls, Lauren and Mallory. But, without warning, Landon died in an unfortunate drowning accident. Dayna and Alan wondered how they could honor their son and keep his memory alive. They decided to set up a special place in their daughters' school library where children could come to read and relax, and where the love of reading and learning would be encouraged.
The first grade curriculum was focused on apples Friday, September 19th. Apple day featured activities and ideas for all areas of the curriculum. Students graphed apples by color and variety, wrote recipes for homemade applesauce, learned of the seasons of the apple tree, measure and counted and weighed apples, made apple prints and more! What a fun day!