Drum roll please!
- Best use of Iridescence – Mrs. Miller with Turtle the Turtle
- Most Practical for Winter – Mrs. Tatter with The Mitten
- Best use of Parent Volunteer – Miss Carlson with The Kissing Hand
- Most Variety of Dr. Seuss books – Mrs. Brown with Dr. Seuss
- Most Well Known Story – Mrs. Brey with Charlotte’s Web
- Best use of Fairy Tales – Title One with Jack and The Beanstalk and Others
- Best use of the Wall – Mr. Bauer with Call it Courage
- Most Books used – Mrs. Olson with Dear America Books
- Best use of School Resources – Mrs. Stoeke with Soccer Game!
- Most Unusual Story – Mrs. Klenotich with The Icky Sticky Anteater
- Best use of a Box/Best 3D – Mrs. Bruemmer with Houdini’s Box
- Most Imaginative – Mr. Locken with Island of the Blue Dolphin
- Cutest Kid with Glasses – Mrs. Everett with Magic Treehouse
- Best Literary Reference – Mrs. Peart with Mrs. Peart’s Penguins
- Most Colorful Characters – Ms. Beaudry with One Fish, Two Fish
- Most Famous Snowman – CMHS with Olaf
- Best Collaboration of Books – Mrs. Evans and Mrs. Matteson with The School Secretary and the School Nurse from the Black Lagoon.
- Best Lessons Learned – Mrs. Carlson with Tattle Tongue and Mrs. Feldt with My Mouth is a Volcano
I hope your children had fun working on the doors or looking at the doors around the building.
Pictures of doors: