L-C Elementary ‘wedding ceremony’


Jamie Roberts’ kindergarten class at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary recently held a “wedding ceremony” while learning about the letter Q. The other three kindergarten classrooms were invited to attend as guests, as well as Mrs. Minton, school principal. Mr. Q and Miss U were “united” in marriage to help the students understand that U always follows Q in words. All kindergarten students dressed in wedding attire for the day and after the wedding was over, students also attended a reception where gifts were given to the Mr. and Mrs. Qu that started with Qu (quilts, quaker oats, quadruplets, quills, etc.). Pictured are the “bride” Trinity Ollino and “groom” Hayden Stratton.


Jamie Roberts’ kindergarten class at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary recently held a “wedding ceremony” while learning about the letter Q. The other three kindergarten classrooms were invited to attend as guests, as well as Mrs. Minton, school principal. Mr. Q and Miss U were “united” in marriage to help the students understand that U always follows Q in words. All kindergarten students dressed in wedding attire for the day and after the wedding was over, students also attended a reception where gifts were given to the Mr. and Mrs. Qu that started with Qu (quilts, quaker oats, quadruplets, quills, etc.). Pictured are the “bride” Trinity Ollino and “groom” Hayden Stratton.

Jamie Roberts’ kindergarten class at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary recently held a “wedding ceremony” while learning about the letter Q. The other three kindergarten classrooms were invited to attend as guests, as well as Mrs. Minton, school principal. Mr. Q and Miss U were “united” in marriage to help the students understand that U always follows Q in words. All kindergarten students dressed in wedding attire for the day and after the wedding was over, students also attended a reception where gifts were given to the Mr. and Mrs. Qu that started with Qu (quilts, quaker oats, quadruplets, quills, etc.). Pictured are the “bride” Trinity Ollino and “groom” Hayden Stratton.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_LC-Wedding-pic.jpgJamie Roberts’ kindergarten class at Lynchburg-Clay Elementary recently held a “wedding ceremony” while learning about the letter Q. The other three kindergarten classrooms were invited to attend as guests, as well as Mrs. Minton, school principal. Mr. Q and Miss U were “united” in marriage to help the students understand that U always follows Q in words. All kindergarten students dressed in wedding attire for the day and after the wedding was over, students also attended a reception where gifts were given to the Mr. and Mrs. Qu that started with Qu (quilts, quaker oats, quadruplets, quills, etc.). Pictured are the “bride” Trinity Ollino and “groom” Hayden Stratton.
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