Third Grade Biography Parade

Mrs. Wyatt’s Class and Mrs. McDonnell’s class paraded through Central this morning in celebration of their biography research. It was an inspiration to everyone! One of the students was Florence Nightingale and she left us with this poem. Florence Nightingale A poem for kids by Paul Perro Long ago there…

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Lunar Eclipse Poem

Here is a poem for this week’s lunar eclipse. from All Poetry.com Here is information on how to view it, if the sky is clear! Lunar Eclipse The moon shines down, Upon the world. The white glow, Becomes unfurled. Suddenly, The moon is gone, Dissapeared, Like it has withdrawn. A…

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Poem for April 8, 2024!

We are studying the moon and a student read that there will be a total eclipse of the sun,  visible in Maine, 10 years from today! So mark your calendars and cross your fingers for clear skies. Solar Eclipse Poem   Help! No! This can’t be true, The sun is…

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A Poem for Monday

THE SWING How do you like to go up in a swing, Up in the air so blue? Oh, I do think it the pleasantest thing Ever a child can do! Up in the air and over the wall, Till I can see so wide, Rivers and trees and cattle…

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Wednesday’s Poem

Grace Jacobs suggested this one today. It is a perfect one for this day. If you are looking for a poetry lift in your day, Garrison Keillor’s Writer’s Almanac is a great place to find it. Poem: “Mud Season” by Alice N. Persons, from Never Say Never. © Moon Pie Press,…

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April is Poetry Month!

In celebration of Poetry Month we will be posting a poem every day. Let us know if you have a favorite poem you would like to have us share. Mrs. Bogard brought her friend’s poem to us for our Literacy Night. Reading Aloud The voice in my head when I…

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