I went in weekly and volunteered (except when I was on bed rest) and Ava came with me so now Mrs. Brown has gotten to know Ava, just like she got to know Kallie and Tyler when they were little. She is so excited to be Ava's teacher. We just have to wait four years. :) And I hope she is still around to be Jackson's teacher when he goes to Kindergarten too. She feels like a part of our family.
The last day of school they had a singing program. I am so grateful for babysitters who came over so I could go to these events. I was supposed to have Jackson the day after they finished school, but I'm glad he came early enough that I was recovered enough to attend these events.
Mckinley's class had a poetry party that I was never planning on being able to attend because I should have been in the hospital but oh my gosh, I'm so glad I could go. It was so cute!
We also felt very lucky to have Heather Crossley as her teacher this year. Heather is in our ward so we get to see her at Church too. She was a great teacher and Mckinley just loved her.
They decorated this cute back drop for their poetry party.
Mrs. Crossley made these cookies for each of her students along with a framed page of all of their attributes. So sweet! We love our teachers and I love that my kids love school.