Monday was a busy day for Turrill. It was the first day back from intercession as well as the Halloween celebration. Class parties, the all school parade, and way too many treats made a special day for our students.
We have a group of responsible fourth and fifth grade students who provide valuable assistance to our younger students. Fourth grader students: Carter, Ava, Kate, Jacob, Taylor, and Karson work in pairs to assist first grade students in learning computer skills. Fifth grade students Ally, Alexis, Mason, and Natalie also work in pairs as they assist Kindergarten and Early 5’s students. We celebrate their attitude and contribution as they give back to help others.
Monday and Wednesday are very busy nights this week. Both nights are full of meetings between families and teachers sharing student progress and making plans to help each child achieve their potential. We appreciate all the parents who take the time to participate.
Turrill Elementary had over 100 people represent Lapeer Community Schools and Turrill School. Everyone was decked out in our Lightning gear and looked spectacular, especially with our blue and green balloons from Burke’s Flowers! A good time was had by all.
Thank you students, staff and parents who took the time to participate in this community event.