Fifth graders make foot stools

Fifth grade teacher Jess Kato thought it would be nice to have small footstools for students whose feet don’t touch the ground under their desk—enhancing their learning environment and allowing for proper balance while working. With a little help from some friends, the project is off and running. Ms. Kato’s father precut and drilled the wood. Tenacre Facilities Director Adrian Riseborough helped students use the screwdrivers to insert the screws. And art teacher Molly Rosenthal will work with fifth graders in art class to paint and personalize the stools. Teamwork at its best!
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