>> Friday, August 25, beginning at 5:00 pm <<
Join Nixon families for an evening of fun!
Bring your own picnic food or purchase dinner from one of the food trucks who will be selling at this event!
Events will take place on the field near the upper grade play structure. You may wish to bring a blanket to sit on for eating and enjoying the fun.
“The humanities – central to our cultural heritage – are not inborn and must be taught anew for each generation. Let’s get on with it.”
Jim Haas, retired teacher, principal, and graduate-degree director at Webster University in Kansas City, Mo. in “For the Sake of Humanity, Teach the Humanities” in EdWeek, Nov. 14, 2016
Everyday, we teach important values to our students. We work in a community that embraces these same values. So, as we look towards the next four years in our country, we will continue to teach all the values we hold dear, the values that welcome people from around the world to our community and value all children in our classrooms as equals.
M.P. O’Connell, Principal