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December 2019

El niño que tocó las estrellas"

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Sat, 12/07/2019 - 19:13
Attributions: 
Shannon Arroyo
El niño que tocó las estrellas"

Sra. Nelly, who was visiting from Mexico, shared the story "El niño que tocó las estrellas" with Sra. Bartholomew’s 4th grade class. It is the true story of José Hernández Moreno, the son of Mexican immigrants that worked in fields and how he became an astronaut for NASA.

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Cultural Event for Families

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Sat, 12/07/2019 - 10:37
Attributions: 
Shannon Arroyo
Cultural Event for Families

¡Gracias a la Sra. Nelly por su visita a Westside!

¡Gracias a la Sra. Bartholomew por organizar la visita!

¡Gracias a la Sra. Nielsen por apoyar actividades culturales en nuestra escuela!

¡Gracias a todos que asistieron! Era una noche divertida y educativa.

Thank you Mrs. Nelly for visiting Westside!

Thank you Mrs. Bartholomew for organizing the visit!

Thank you Mrs. Nielsen for supporting cultural activities in our school!

Thank you to everyone who attended! It was a fun and educational evening.

Taxation Without Representation

Submitted by arlene.haymond on Fri, 12/06/2019 - 10:25
Attributions: 
Deanna Herrmann
Taxation Without Representation

My class learned about how unfair taxation without representation was for the colonists. Although the colonists all started out with 10 pieces of candy, by the time King Sam kept taxing them for ridiculous things, (Oh, you have a pet? That will cost you. You have blue eyes? Pay up!), his tax collectors had just about emptied most of their pockets. Poor colonists. But the King made out great!

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