A Celebratory Grandparents’ and Special Friends’ Day
This day is a noteworthy community tradition, providing family and friends with the opportunity to see students’ outstanding work first-hand and take part in classroom activities together.
Following a welcome from Head of School Danielle Heard, our jazz ensemble, Grade 6 chorus, and Grade 2 students gave beautiful performances. Both students and guests were eager to begin the day’s activities, and our classrooms were quickly filled with smiles and laughter. In between class visits, they walked the halls, joined recess, and enjoyed participating in activities in the art studios.
At the conclusion of our event, grandparents and special friends listened to closing remarks from Head of School Danielle Heard and Grade 3 students. Guests also wrote notes to their grandchildren and special friends.
Special thanks to everyone who was able to join us for this wonderful Nashoba Brooks tradition and one of the most special days of the year.
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