Bringing Color to a Rainy Labor Day Afternoon at Davis School

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A bright spot on a rainy Labor Day afternoon

 

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Davis School Principal Beth Benoit on the stairway in the new addition

Monday’s late afternoon rain didn’t keep Davis School families from getting to the Open House planned for returning 1st and 2nd-grade students and their families.

The newly-expanded parking areas were chock-a-block with cars, and all of the paths were populated by kids and parents in bright raincoats or umbrellas.

In contrast to the dark day, the school’s new hallways are bright, and the classrooms are full of color.

Although teachers were not in the building, parents helped their youngsters find their classrooms in the first-floor pods (Green, Blue, and Orange) as well as those on the second floor (Red, Yellow, and Purple).

Here’s a bit of what they found!

Each of the classrooms has one of these bright and instructive rugs

A reading nook fitted with comfortable beanbag chairs is tucked into a windowed bump out

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Color abounds in each of the classrooms