Every day at Dryden we are focusing on how we can be a caring community.
On September 11, we gathered by the flagpole to sing "This Land Is Your Land, This Land Is My Land" as a way of recognizing Patriot Day, remembering the service workers who make sacrifices to help us, and showing our unity and appreciation for the country we live in.
Fifth-grade student leaders did a wonderful job leading us in the singing!
Students demonstrate caring for one another as they read a book together, taking turns reading pages, and helping each other understand and interpret the content.
Students demonstrate care and appreciation for the wonderful resources we have at school. Here, students are taking the "Stylus Pledge" before they begin working on iPads in art class.
Students are demonstrating care and interest in others' ideas as they learn about the writing process with Miss Hart.
These kindergarten students demonstrated great care and teamwork in their communication as they worked together to build a castle with magnet tiles!
As a school community, we are working together to extend our care to those impacted by hurricanes in Texas and Florida.
Our crossing guard, Mr. Poteracki, showed me this rock that he discovered by the intersection where he works. By focusing our efforts on caring, we certainly agree, the best is yet to come!