Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Promontory Ribbon Cutting

On August 11, 2012 we attended the Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the Promontory School of Expeditionary Learning. Erin had volunteered to participate in the choir for the event. Grandma and Christina were there as well. They had not been able to lay sod yet and there were still some things inside to be finished but overall the school looked great.

Erin did a FANTASTIC job learning and singing her songs.
During the program they talked about the family that sold their farm to the school and Boyd B. White who's legacy this building would be. The plaque reads:
"Let our students be inspired to explore and discover these school grounds, built on his family farm. May they serve their community and country as honorably and faithfully as he did."
Then they drew a random kids' name out of a fishbowl and that kid got to help cut the ribbon!
We got to walk through the building with kids from each grade acting as tour guides. I didn't get pictures of the inside that were any good but we got excited for the new school year!

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