Current K-1 parent Chris Fitze shares his love and expertise of Japanese theater with K-1 students this morning during a general meeting. Students fully participated in the live performance.
Current Waynflete family the Valdmanis’s shared their experiences living in Japan with EC and 4-5 this morning, where two of their children are students. They shared stories about going to school, things to do, and some of the unique aspects of Japanese life.
This past week a new student exhibit opened in Waynflete’s Gallery. The exhibit is entitled ReMix and displays artwork from all three school divisions. Be sure to check it out next time you are in Davies Art Center.
K-1’ers learned from master Japanese potter Ayumi how to make ceramic clay pots. Others created lanterns to hang throughout K-1.
4-5’ers make puppet pals tutorials for their K-1 buddies describing a Japanese folk tale, complete a self-selected entry for some aspect of Japan they find intriguing, and dye their shibori artwork.
Students across Lower School were busy on Friday. K-1’ers decorated their maps of Japan, 2-3’ers completed a building stage in Kid’s Choice, and 4-5’ers worked with Nancy on their Shibori art.
EC’ers presented their self-created version of Kasa Jizo in Franklin Theater on Thursday morning. The peer audience was enthusiastic and their parent audience gets to view the online version of the play. The students were very proud of their hard work.