Cardinal Schools – JES Student has Opinion Featured & Students Spread Halloween Spirit

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JES STUDENT HAS OPINION FEATURED ON WVIZ PBS IDEASTREAM PROGRAM NEWSDEPTH

Congrats to 4th grader Ella M. who had her opinion featured on the WVIZ/PBS ideastream program NewsDepth the week of October 19. The program asked students to share how they would turn their hobby into a business and Ella had her opinion featured during the program. Ella says, “My hobby is to make dresses! To turn my hobby into a business, I would first send a picture to friends and they would send my picture to someone else. When people hear about it and contact me, I would mention that my dresses can be delivered or picked up. Then, finally I would make a video about my dresses and do a little fashion show. That is how I would make my hobby into a career!” We LOVE this idea Ella – great work and good luck! 

Fourth grader Ella M. has her opinion on how she would turn her dress-making hobby into a business featured on the WVIZ PBS ideastream program Newsdepth the week of October 19, 2020.

 

 

STUDENTS SAFELY SPREAD HALLOWEEN SPIRIT TO THE COMMUNITY

Though cold, and different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Halloween parade from Jordak Elementary School to Briar Hill Health Care continued on! Our pups were so excited to be able to wear their costumes and parade down to the facility. Students wore masks, kept their distance, stayed outside the facility and walked around the building waving at residents at the windows. Every year our students look forward to spreading some Halloween Spirit to the community with their parade down Pierce Street. When students returned to their classrooms at Jordak they all had donuts waiting for them courtesy of Maggie’s Donuts. The costumes were awesome and all of the kids looked great in them! 

JES students brave the cold and wind October 30 for their annual Halloween Parade to Briar Hill. Students paraded around the outside of the facility to bring residents some Halloween Spirits!

 

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