This was the first school year that MCH had a Lego Club for its kindergarteners! The children started preparing for the “Mission Moon” Challenge back in October, and today was the culmination of all their hard work! Today at the Franklin Institute, they got to show off their schnazzy moon bases which were made entirely out of Legos!
A big thank you to Mr. Fred, a parent at the school, who offered to run the club, and to the college and high school students (Mr. Genesis, Mr. Nate, and Mr. Matt) who volunteered their time each week to help out with the kids! We are soooo proud of what our kindergarteners were able to accomplish these past few months and saw their growth as they engaged in problem-solving and working together as a team!
Here’s some photos from today! Some are phone pics and some are camera pics :)
Friday’s new dusting of snow made for awesome fun!
Although we were left without a venue less than 24 hours before showtime, we knew in our hearts that somehow it would all work out!
A huge THANK YOU goes out to the American Legion of Aston PA for coming to our rescue and allowing us to hold our concert in their hall, free of charge. It truly is the season of kindness, and we will be forever grateful that they helped us out of a bind so that the show could go on!
We also thank all the staff and parents of MCH for pulling together and helping us to make the most of a difficult situation. The kids were able to sing their hearts out to this year’s theme “Sweet December” and had a blast!
And what a sweet beginning to our winter break it has been, to just see how the community comes together in times like this. Have an amazing holiday season, everyone!
We are getting our numbers and our goodies all ready for the upcoming Winter Concert!