Back-to-school picnic and open house at Kellogg
FALLS VILLAGE — Parents and children came to the Lee H. Kellogg School for an open house and picnic on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Parent Tim Adams chatted with Spanish teacher Mark Vogel, and art teacher Patricia Bunk had one student searching for last year’s portfolio.
Math teacher Amanda Spelbos has students in grades 2, 4, 7 and 8. She said none of her classes has more than 13 students.
Science teacher Becky Perugini said her students in grades 5 and 6 are excited about the upcoming “road kill unit.”
She said the unit addresses the question “Why do dead things disappear?”
The Book Bus, staffed by Heather Matthews, a veteran teacher at Sharon Center School, was on hand. Children were clambering aboard and exiting with armfuls of books.
After an hour of mingling, everybody gathered out back for a picnic.