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2021 Poetry Festival - Part I
The 2021 Heathcote Poetry Festival is almost here. Students have been working on their poetry and now they are beginning to add art to it. Every class has a Padlet poetry wall. In grades K-1 students may be uploading pictures of poems they write, (More)
2020 Poetry Festival - Part II
The Poetry Festival is an annual tradition at Heathcote School. 2020 has kept the tradition going... In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, school closure, and e-learning, the Heathcote community of students and teachers forged ahead, studied poet (More)
2020 Poetry Festival - part 1
The 2020 Heathcote Poetry Festival is almost here. Students have been working on their poetry and now they are beginning to add art to it. Every class has a Padlet poetry wall. In grades K-1 students may be uploading pictures of poems they write, (More)
E-Learning Monday April 13th
Good Morning and Happy Monday! I hope you all enjoyed Wellness Week. I saw many great posts about your activities and adventures-thank you for sharing that with me.  This week is filled with new, exciting learning opportunities as you will be (More)
E-Learning Friday April 3rd
Good morning! Happy Heathcote Spirit Day! Go Huskies! Ms. Stile e-mailed something special to your parents this morning. Be sure to ask them about it!  I think you will love this surprise!  This morning we have a special Zoom session with M (More)
E-Learning Tuesday March 31
Good morning!  It was great to have 100% attendance in our Zoom session this morning! Thank you all for showing up. I’ve loved looking at your work today - so many thoughtful responses to the See,Think,Wonder, several beautiful heart maps and deta (More)
I am a Sunflower
I am sitting in Scarsdale at Heathcote school in the garden In the deep dirt hide my roots   I am a Sunflower   The warm breezy wind on this sunny day is blowing my leaves around   I am a Sunflower   Oh (More)
Writing Poetry
Recently we have been writing poetry.  We considered thoughtful descriptions, figurative language, line breaks and punctuation.  It has been fun sharing our poems; listening to each others' has inspired even more poems to be written.   Tree Sta (More)
If I were in Charge of the World
This is a poem inspired by Judith Voirst:   If I were  in charge of the world I’d cancel homework, Mean girls, Wars, and also Donald Trump.   If I were in charge of the world There’d be Unicorns, Mermaids, and (More)
Fantastical Animal Poem: Flying Sadound
Flying Sadound   Do you know of the Flying Sadound? She is so shy, She never makes a sound, But don’t be sure, That when you see her She will be quiet, When you clap your hands, She will recite her plans, To get rid (More)
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