Friday, May 18, 2012

School's Out For Summer

On Wednesday Josh and I attended Caleb's 1st grade awards assembly. 

Before it started, I asked his teacher if I could get a quick picture of the two of them!





Then they started giving out awards to each child, and Caleb received Perfect Attendance, Reading Circle Award, and Reflex Math Award.




There were only 3 who received Perfect Attendance in 1st grade, and only about 1 or 2 in each class who received the Reflex Math Award (I thought it was cute that he and Hunter received it in his class...that's Ashley's son...they've basically known each other since birth and share a birthday).




It's hard not to beam with pride when my child shows me his awards.  He was the only one who received all three.



Then I ran up after it was done and got a pic of Caleb with the assistant principal.

He had a really good school year.  We are very proud of his school work and attendance.

And I decided it's ok to post about being proud of Caleb.  I sometimes struggle with knowing what to post about that sort of thing.  But today...I'm letting go of that and just posting away! :)

6 comments:

Maegan said...

You should always post, we are supposed to be proud of our kids! :) Way to go, Caleb!!!

Shelley said...

You should post and be proud! I got to watch part of the assembly before leaving on an ambulance call. I had to leave right before my son's class went up there but he also go the perfect attencance award. I honestly didn't realize there were only 3 in first grade to get it!

Ashley said...

Good for you (and Caleb)! You should be proud of your son, and you should brag on him...if his mommy isn't going to, who will? You should be his cheerleader for life! :0)

Bethany Haid said...

I think you'd post you were proud even if he didn't have an award, right?? As long as you know he doesn't have to have something like an award to make him proud and you know he knows you think this, then who cares what other people read into a post like this?

Cheryl said...

It's not bragging when you are just so excited about the great things your kids have worked so hard to do that you want to share!! Way to go Caleb!! :)

Amanda said...

good job caleb! was he the tallest too?? I see a future Basketball star!

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