Indian Head teachers bid farewell to students
Last day of school was Wednesday
Amid bubbles and hugs, teachers, administrators and staff at Indian Head Elementary School bid farewell to approximately 540 students for summer break Wednesday afternoon.
“It feels like a sense of accomplishment, this year in particular,” said Timothy Rosin, who finished his third year as principal of Indian Head. Rosin said the school met its math Student Learning Objectives (SLOs), and came close to meeting its reading SLOs and improving its fifth grade state assessment science results.
“I think a number of us are ready for a break,” Rosin added.
Teachers reviewed and printed end-of-year report cards to send home with students.
Dressed in football jerseys, teachers, administrators and staff waved goodbye to students and blew bubbles as the last buses and cars pulled away. Then they went inside to celebrate briefly before returning Thursday to finish packing up their classrooms in preparation for next year.
Teachers, staff and administrators at Indian Head Elementary School wave goodbye and blow bubbles to students departing on by bus the last day of the school year.
Indian Head Elementary School pre-kindergarten teacher Megan Barrows hugs student Jade Jankowski goodbye before she gets on a bus on the last day of school Wednesday.
Indian Head Elementary School Principal Timothy Rosin presents a gift package to crossing guard Patricia Gallagher.