Hard to believe, but Addison's last day of school was Thursday. I know! It seems wrong somehow to be in school past Memorial Day, but this was the price to be paid for such a late start this year. The last day of school was actually "Country Fair Day". Trey, the kids, and I stopped by briefly to enjoy the festivities with Addison and popped into the school office to find out when his class would be out on the adjacent school field. I inadvertently called it Field Day and got a big correction from the secretary, "You mean Country Fair Day?" Yeah, whatever.
Davis and Genevie enjoyed the playground while we waited for Addison's class to come outside.
For the sake of privacy I'm not including any pictures with his classmates, but in this one you get a glimpse of the kiddie pool they used to wet the sponges for the sponge toss. Good game on a very humid day!
His shirt says "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten".
All the kids were treated to a Philly summer special, water ice and soft pretzels. It was a great school year in which he was really challenged to grow and mature. He learned so much and is even reading now! Best of all, he is incredibly eager to continue working on reading and math this summer. His teacher sent home a folder of worksheets and exercises and he knows that if he completes them all by September there is a prize in store. This one is very motivated by incentives.