Today Noah walked across the playground, through the dinning hall, and through the classroom doors of Newport for the last time. He will walk out of his classroom today a kindergartener. I don’t know how this happened. Time has gone too fast.
On the first day of school this year
Noah you have grown so much. You started the year still a little boy. Now you can read a few words, tell stories, and solve problems. You have learned so much and most of it through your own desire and need to learn things. You have continued to build the friendships that were started last year and you are such a good friend. You also have begun to figure out what you want and to make sure you get it. You are ready for kindergarten. I have no doubt you will continue to flower and grow and amaze me and make me proud to be your mother.
End of school–how he has grown
You are growing up so good. Last week, one of your new teachers came up to me to tell me how excited she is to get to have you in kindergarten next year. It made me proud to know that you have made relationships with the entire TCS family. As you walk down the halls and the older kids say “Hi Noah, how are you?” it reaffirms that we selected the right school for you and our family. You smile and say hi back and it is clear that you have found a place in this world that has accepted and embraced you. That is so important.
Keep flourishing my little man. Keep growing. Keep learning. Keep loving life and learning.