DVES loves the earth

Milford. Delaware Valley Elementary School Special Area teachers collaborated to bring students a wonderful Earth Day.

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  • Students made seed pod creations

  • Students made seed pod creations

  • Mrs. Hubbard enjoyed a nature walk with fourth graders

  • Fourth graders made chalk drawings

  • Fourth graders made chalk drawings

  • Kindergartner-Jovie Thiele

  • Mrs. Lehman flys a kite during the nature walk

  • Mrs. Hubbard talks to students

  • Mrs. Kudrich’s class also read their rendition of the Lorax

The Delaware Valley Elementary School Special Area teachers worked together to bring a wonderful Earth Day to their students.

All grade levels participated. The grades rotated through different activities.

They enjoyed launching water rockets with Mr. Mang. Then they also had a nature walk, which also tied into the Walk for Autism Awareness led by Mrs. Heather Hubbard and Mr. Chris Neidig. They raised $2,000 for Autism Awareness for P.A.S.S. (Pike Autism Support Services). During the walk, students also got to see Mrs. Lehman fast at work flying a shark kite!

The students worked on chalk drawing and seed pod creations with Mrs. Zito, Miss Kondracki and Mrs. Mauer.

Photos by Peg Snure

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