Embracing Plan B

May 1, 2012 at 6:53 pm 1 comment

As many of you may know, traditionally, Morningside School sends home a super-cute basket of wheat grass with each child the week before Easter.  This year the kids planted, watered and lovingly tended to their little greenhouse, and some how, I must have completely botched the instructions.  EPIC FAIL!  My  mother always says, “No use crying over spilt milk”, but holy cow, I doubt she’s ever smelled moldy wheat grass…THAT aroma would bring a tear to the eye of the most stalwart parent…lol.

So we implemented “Plan B” and turned it into a unbelievably gross science experience about moisture, heat and mold.  In science, failure just means new information, right? The wisdom that says perseverance, not perfection is the recipe for success might just be a nugget of truth we all could be reminded of from time to time. :)


We adapted and sent home our freshly dyed easter eggs in very sweet little decorated cups — not the original plan but it worked out fine!

So, back to embracing “Plan B”… I was looking at the enrollment for our summer program and it became apparent that we need to do a little tweaking in order to fill the needs of our families at Morningside School and the Cache Valley community as a whole.  Voila, “Sensational Kids Club” (click link for a description) was born!  Plan B, but a plan who’s time has come.  You will be receiving flyers about this new program in the coming days.  We will still be offering Summer Camp for the AM session.  Please pass the information on to any family in the valley that has a child that could benefit from either of these programs.

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  • 1. grandmamarie  |  May 1, 2012 at 8:58 pm

    Thanks for the reminder of that gross, stinky episode! Yuck! :)

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