All bright-eyed and eager to see their grandchildren, Rainbow Community’s grandparents filled the new auditorium on Monday morning.

They snacked on delicious muffins and coffee while they waited for the presentation to begin.

Getting ready to listen to the Director's presentation about the Future of Rainbow

Getting ready to listen to the Director’s presentation about the Future of Rainbow

As the RCS Director Renee Owen began, the auditorium hushed to see where Rainbow has been, where the community is now, and where it’s headed.

Here’s a link to the presentation:

Sharing Our Inspiration

From there, each grade performed a song or dance in honor of grandparents everywhere.

Third Grade honors grandparents with a song

Third Grade honors grandparents with a song

The performance culminated with sixth grade doing a dance with music inspired by the culture of India.

Sixth grade performs a dance

Sixth grade performs a dance

Then, everyone returned to their classrooms where all grandparents had an opportunity to see how students were learning, and what they were doing in the classroom.

Grandparents in 4th grade

Grandparents in 4th grade

Take a look at even more photos from the day. We hope our grandparents were pleased – and of course, parents and grandparents alike are welcome on campus anytime!

2nd grade

Alek

firstgrade

kinderPE

McKenna

preK

Tallulah

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