HAPPY NEW YEAR! We’ve moved into our winter quarter where our main focus is on the rich Jewish and Christian heritage of Unitarian Universalism. Additionally, we have a sprinkling of lessons on the monthly theme. Winter quarter is also a good time to hope for … read more.
The PreK-1st Grade class had a lovely time on Sunday, with four regulars and one special visitor. We all enjoyed the book, “Stick and Stone,” talked about friendship and kindness and being a helper, colored some pictures, played a bit, and capped it off with … read more.
DECEMBER IS WAFFLE MONTH!
Every Sunday in December we’ll be serving up hot waffles for breakfast from 9:30-10:15 a.m. in the Jupiter room. Come have breakfast with us!
SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHEDULE
Pre-K – 6th grade classes
December 1 – Holiday Crafting
December 8 – Holiday Crafting
December 15 – A … read more.
OUR WHOLE LIVES – We’re in the beginning stages of planning the winter Our Whole Lives (OWL) classes for Kindergarten and 1st grade students (mid-January through mid-March). If you have children in those age ranges and would like to enroll them in OWL, or if … read more.
We have officially begun our school year programming. We started in early September with a “Safety Day” where students learned what to do in case of fire, tornado, etc. (It was fun to discharge an old fire extinguisher in the parking lot.) So you know…we … read more.
Thanks to everyone for providing a fun summer of “travel” for our students. Our “tours” included the Patagonia region of Chile (Susan Adamchak); China (Elke Lorenz); printmaking (Katie Kingery-Page and Lindsay Smith); Eukaryotic Cells (Taryn Cipra); Snack Chip ChampionChip (Sandy Nelson); our imagination (Cathy Hedge); … read more.
Permission form for Pillsbury Crossing trip: