Tag archives for Kelsey Johnson

  1. Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

    Post written by Kelsey Johnson. May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month! This month, we celebrate all of the Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. The term Asian-Pacific includes the entire Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. What used to be a week-long celebration beginning in 1978 was extended […]

  2. National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection & Prevention Month

    Blog post written by Kelsey Johnson. Happy 1st day of May and one month closer to summer vacation! And as summer draws near, so do the risks of sunburns and skin cancer. May is National Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. This month is dedicated to increase awareness of Skin Cancer and promote the importance […]

  3. April Showers…

    Blog post written by Kelsey Johnson. …bring soaking wet kids into the classroom? Sure, we’ve all heard “April Showers bring May flowers,” but as teachers, you know that these showers may also bring on indoor recess as well. Fortunately, there are plenty of things to do to keep your kids entertained while you’re stuck inside. […]

  4. National Youth Sports Safety Month

    Blog post written by Kelsey Johnson. April is National Youth Sports Safety Month! I’m sure many of you have young athletes in your classes. While it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of sports, it’s important to review the safety precautions beforehand. Take time with your students to review the some of these […]

  5. Spring Has Sprung!

    [Post written by Kelsey Johnson] After months of dreary snow and cold, most people are ready to take off their heavy coats and SPRING into action. Today is their lucky day, marking the first day of Spring! Bring on the sunshine, flowers, spring showers, longer days, lacrosse, baseball, outdoor recess, and all the joys of […]

  6. Rosa Parks

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    Kelsey Johnson wanted to share with our Cache and Cookies readers her piece on Rosa Parks: In Honor of Black History Month, we wanted to recognize and commemorate a few events and persons that have created a lasting impression on our history. Today we spotlight Rosa Parks, a courageous woman who helped pave the path […]