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Promoting Peace at Mills Pond

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Throughout the week of Oct. 1, Mills Pond Elementary School held a Peace Week celebration, spearheaded by the school’s Shanti Fund Committee to recognize the work of Mahatma Gandhi.

Themed “Peace Is Cool,” the activities kicked off with different mindfulness activities such as yoga, breathing, stretching and relaxation techniques. In the lobby, a peace graffiti bulletin board was created so students could write what peace means to them. Each morning announcement throughout the week featured a different peace quote read by the fourth-graders.

On Oct. 4, the school joined together for a peace walk, dressed in white shirts and blue jeans. To conclude the week’s activities, the students created a chalk mural on the school’s sidewalk featuring different peace quotes.  

Upholding the Classroom Constitution at Mills Pond

Upholding the Classroom Constitution at Mills Pond photo
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Mills Pond Elementary School recognized Constitution Day on Sept. 17. During morning announcements, students learned facts about the U.S. Constitution. Throughout the day, students spoke about the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Clad in red, white and blue, students worked with their classroom teachers to set up a list of their class rules. After penning their rules for the year, each member of the class signed their names to uphold their constitution throughout the school year. The school’s computer lab was decorated and used as a meeting place for the constitution signing. The rules and signatures will be prominently displayed in each classroom.