Sherman families had a chance to come together for a community meal and engage in different student data throughout the night on October 20.
Soup and bread were provided by American Family Insurance. Ellen Roubal and students created a delicious squash soup to enjoy along with some chicken noodle and tomato soups. After the meal, families joined their classroom teachers to discuss different student data points. Staff and families had conversations around how data does not define our students, how the data will change throughout the year, and how school can support growth. Parents also had a chance to share successes with each other.
The evening ended with blazing fires outside to tell stories and enjoy toasting marshmallows. A big thank you to our families and staff for a wonderful evening.
Submitted by Bill Heintz, Literacy Interventionist, email@example.com