West Seattle schools: Arbor Heights Elementary celebrates writing

Thanks to the Arbor Heights Elementary School parent who shared the photo from today’s Young Authors Day, an annual celebration of students’ work writing, editing, and publishing work (by reading it aloud in a small group – each group has students from kindergarten through 5th grade). After the small-group readings, there’s an all-school autograph recess, during which our tipster photographed teacher David Wilkie, with young fans clustered around.

ARBOR HEIGHTS SIDE NOTE: Principal Christy Collins and K-5 STEM principal Dr. Shannon McKinney have sent families an update about the status of planning for the schools’ co-location starting next year (AH will be at Boren for two years while its new campus is built) – you can read it online here.

1 Reply to "West Seattle schools: Arbor Heights Elementary celebrates writing"

  • JulNJer April 11, 2014 (6:57 am)

    Thanks for posting this! Mr. Wilkie is an amazing Kindergarten teacher and it’s great to see him with some of his adoring fans.

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