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Dogwood Door Contest Inspires Holiday Cheer

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Throughout the school, the students and staff at Dogwood Elementary School participated in a “Deck the Doors” holiday contest. This year’s winner was Mrs. Braun’s second grade class. 

Mrs. Braun's class was inspired for their door design by the book, “The Snow Globe Family” by Jane O'Connor. In this parallel adventure, the family who lives in the snow globe wonders when it will snow, while the baby gazes from outside staring in amazement at their snowy little world. Students wrote creative writing pieces describing their experience if they were to live in a snow globe. Each student posed for their individual snow globe photo. The pictures were used to create personal snow globe art that reflected their writing and personalities. Individual projects framed the class door that reads "There’s Snow Place Like Second Grade” with a huge snow globe housing Mrs. Braun’s class snow globe family complete with snow and lights.

First Graders Craft Paper Plate Turkeys

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First graders at Dogwood Elementary School got crafty while learning about Thanksgiving. As part of their writing lesson, the students shared what they are thankful for this holiday season. The first graders made their own turkeys by cutting and painting paper plates, shapes and feathers.