On Wednesday, April 22, 2020, the Thornton community gathered together in solidarity as a motorcade of teachers, village staff, and first responders drove through the village and waved to community members of all ages. It was such a great turnout and it was also a lot of fun to see everyone's smiling faces and even an aspiring first responder.
Please CLICK HERE to see some pictures from the parade and if you have pictures or videos of your own, please add them as well for others to see and enjoy.
Click Here of the link below to see their great video presentation!
Congrats 7th grade volleyball with winning Regionals!
Great Job Wildcats!
Miss Reynold's guided reading group has been working on their reading skills by reading a Reader's Theater script about Rosa Parks.
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The 7th Grade Class worked on a performance arts piece of "Theme for English B" by Langston Hughes in their Communication Arts Class for Black History Month. They did a wonderful job representing Langston Hughes work and their interpretation put a lot of meaning to the words. The 7th grade shared their work with the school by putting on performances for each class and for parents that came in to see it. Great job 7th Grade and thank you to Mrs. Wyman for the instruction that inspired them.
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