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Lotspeich Celebrates Grandperson’s Day Virtually

Although Lotspeich couldn’t host special guests this year for Grandperson’s Day, the Lower School found its own way to celebrate during this very unique year. Classes completed a variety of projects to send to their grandpersons, whether virtually or to drop in their mailboxes or on their doorsteps. Here are a few examples! Librarian Lori Suffield read the book “Grandma’s Purse,” by Vanessa Brantly-Newton, to first-graders and then they created a purse or suitcase for their person. In third grade, teachers Yael Newman and Kim Walden read Margaret Wise Brown’s “The Most Important Book.” Students then chose something important to them and wrote what is “most important” about it. Second-grade teachers Danielle Necessary and Cicely Knecht recorded their students presenting their river projects. We love our grandpersons and hope they enjoyed these great lessons!