. . . . And this week Mrs. Shedd sewed matching curtains! Wow!
Wonderful Mrs. Shedd, always watching out for us, sewed new window seat cushions this month. What kindness!
Mrs. Shedd is the Reading Champ of our class! She beats us all every single year in the 40 Book Challenge, no matter how we try. As we watch her reading habits, we notice she is an expert at the “wild reader” strategy of having a book everywhere and using snippets of time for reading wherever she is. She often finishes a book every day or two rather than the book a week we aim for! Imagine all the places she has gone in her mind! Thank you for inspiring us, Mrs. Shedd.
Our faithful weekly volunteer, dear Mrs. Shedd, is frolicking with her kids and grandkids at a family reunion this week. She sent a few Camp Maranatha photos of their outdoor fun.
At yesterday’s Mrs. Shedd lunch with the awesome 7th/8th graders, these avid readers posed in the reading castle with their favorite series from 2nd and 3rd grade to remember the “good old days.” Love, love, love.
The first Mrs. Shedd lunch of the year!
Would you believe Mrs. Shedd makes summer tea parties too? We were missing everyone at our luncheon today!
Mrs. Shedd wrapped up our STEM sewing for this year with her much-loved pillow project.
We love so many things about Mrs. Shedd, but one of our favorite things about her is the way she delights in having lunch with us. This week we enjoyed the company of the sixth graders at the Mrs. Shedd Manners Lunch. Oh, how we miss getting to see these sixth graders every day like we did in the “good old days”!