Friday, June 11, 2010


Well I had planned on posting about each individual happening of the end of the school year, but I better just hit the high-lights or it will be time for a new school year.

The last two weeks of school I would go in the morning for work with the kids and then not leave until school was over. The kids had so many activities going on I felt like a permanent volunteer at Northlake Elementary. I am so glad that I never had to choose a kid, luckily I was able to hit all the fun. I also managed to squeeze in a bike ride from the school to desert peak with the faculty for our road to success program and then also play in the famous 6th grade v. Faculty softball game. We had a great year at Northlake Elementary, but this year went by way to fast. Here are just a few updates for the end of the year.

*Whitney graduated on May 28th from kindergarten. She is amazing and I can not believe my baby is done with kindergarten and is now a big 1st grader.

*During the awards assembly Dalton received the Superintendent Award, this was given to students who maintained a 3.75 or higher grade point average throughout their school career. It was amazing only 7 4th graders total received this. He is sometimes to smart for his own britches, but I love him and would not want it any other way.

*During the assembly they did drawings for the kids who had received "Caught Being Goods" throughout the year. Georgette was drawn and she won a new pink scooter. She was so excited and I am proud of her and the example she is to those around her.

*Dalton had his 4th grade program about Utah, it was amazing this is the first time I seen him get excited to perform in something other than a sporting event. He said his part and sang awesome.

*Georgette had her 2nd grade program. It was a patriotic program and I could not help but have tears in my eyes when they called all the vets up and sang. It was great and my Georgie always loves to sing so she was amazing.

*Georgette sang with the school choir for the whole school and parents. She looked great and sounded wonderful.

In between all the performances and school fun we managed to fit in soccer and softball. It was a crazy busy week but I would not trade it for the world. I love my kids and I am thankful that I have been able to work part-time at the school so I can be there for the special moments. FYI: I love being a mom!

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