Building a frame for the first day of school


Katie Frisch, a kindergarten teacher at Woodward Elementary School, uses a glue gun Thursday to make a “first day of school” frame for her incoming students. Frisch said that on the first day of school her students will hold up the frame which will eventually say “first day of kindergarten” and take another photo on the last day of school — to show how they’ve changed over the year. The first day of school is Aug. 17. Other teachers were in their classrooms rearranging furniture or planning lessons.

Katie Frisch, a kindergarten teacher at Woodward Elementary School, uses a glue gun Thursday to make a “first day of school” frame for her incoming students. Frisch said that on the first day of school her students will hold up the frame which will eventually say “first day of kindergarten” and take another photo on the last day of school — to show how they’ve changed over the year. The first day of school is Aug. 17. Other teachers were in their classrooms rearranging furniture or planning lessons.


Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Katie Frisch, a kindergarten teacher at Woodward Elementary School, uses a glue gun Thursday to make a “first day of school” frame for her incoming students. Frisch said that on the first day of school her students will hold up the frame which will eventually say “first day of kindergarten” and take another photo on the last day of school — to show how they’ve changed over the year. The first day of school is Aug. 17. Other teachers were in their classrooms rearranging furniture or planning lessons.

Katie Frisch, a kindergarten teacher at Woodward Elementary School, uses a glue gun Thursday to make a “first day of school” frame for her incoming students. Frisch said that on the first day of school her students will hold up the frame which will eventually say “first day of kindergarten” and take another photo on the last day of school — to show how they’ve changed over the year. The first day of school is Aug. 17. Other teachers were in their classrooms rearranging furniture or planning lessons.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/08/web1_DSC_0280.jpgKatie Frisch, a kindergarten teacher at Woodward Elementary School, uses a glue gun Thursday to make a “first day of school” frame for her incoming students. Frisch said that on the first day of school her students will hold up the frame which will eventually say “first day of kindergarten” and take another photo on the last day of school — to show how they’ve changed over the year. The first day of school is Aug. 17. Other teachers were in their classrooms rearranging furniture or planning lessons. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette