A Day In Autumn -
Poem by Ronald Stuart Thomas
It will not always be like this,
The air windless, a few last
Leaves adding their decoration
To the trees’ shoulders, braiding the cuffs
Of the boughs with gold; a bird preening
In the lawn’s mirror. Having looked up
From the day’s chores, pause a minute,
Let the mind take its photograph
Of the bright scene, something to wear
Against the heart in the long cold.
Thursday, October 11
Our special this morning is Computers.
MORNING WORK: Column 2 of page 2 in your DCCR math packet. Students who don't have DCCR can work on their social studies page, or silently read.
REMINDER: Ms. Majewski's math students meet at 8:00 this morning.