Ted Vick students celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month on September 15th. They sang traditional songs and learned new songs as they celebrated the many Spanish-speaking countries around the world. They leaned about various types of art and studied Hispanic Americans who paved the way in areas such as art, music, science and education.
Ted Vick School had an eventful October 31. We kicked off the fun with a storybook parade where we got to show off our many colorful costumes. Our day ended with our annual Fall Festival. Many families joined us for an afternoon of fun, food and games. The event was a great success!
Special thanks to our PTA and staff for all of your hard work and dedication!
Ted Vick students celebrated Black History Month by learning about important people and events. We closed the month with an assembly in which students shared what they had learned in the form music, acting and poetry. On Saturday, students joined us for a tour of our living museum, put on by our middle schoolers. Here, they "met" important people and saw art exhibits. Students enjoyed a month of learning about the contributions African Americans made to our country.