Guess How Many? Easter Edition!
Can you guess how many Easter Eggs are in the container, without going over?!
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week is May 1-7.
The Anne Arundel County Local Behavioral Health Authority (AACLBHA) is collaborating with Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS) on a Children’s Mental Health Matters 2022 contest. The goal is to engage students to identify what they believe their personal superpower is and explain why.
Students are encouraged to utilize any form of media. Examples include, but are not limited to, mixed media, multimedia, essays, dance/movement videos, and poetry. Submissions for this contest are due by April 18 to the Children's Mental Health Matters Contest Submission Form/Permission Sheet which can be accessed via the QR code on the flyer. There will be a grand prize and two runners-up prizes.
To publish and share the prize winners' work, the AACLBHA will need the permission sheet completed with each contest submission. Winners will be announced during the first week of May.
Thank you (AACPS parents, teachers , & families will be receiving notice of this contest and all the activities coming up via your AACPS email. Be on the look out!)
Congratulations Eli on your nomination for Star Student this week! Your fluency in reading has continued to improve and we can definitely see the boost in confidence (especially when the photo booth comes out =D)! Continue to persevere through your Kumon levels and your hard work will continue to pay off! Way to go!
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Daniela L. - 3/27
Isabella L. - 3/27
Let's help them celebrate! 🎉
Arijah F. - Math
Cadence G. - Reading
Isaiah W. - Reading
Liam W. - Reading
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