Gr. 3 English teacher Elise Schwartz’ homeroom students were treated to a special Easter celebration on April 10. Upon entering the classroom, the students learned that the conniving Easter Bunny Sneaky Pete had stashed various types of eggs throughout the room. Students were promptly dispatched to ferret out one type of each egg and discover the treats hidden inside. A list of clues was provided that hinted at the contents of each egg. For instance, an egg with a funny face would contain a pencil grip, and the student would be led to the egg with the clue, “Get a grip on your life with a funny face egg.” Because each student only got one of each type of egg, every student was assured to get the same number of eggs and prizes.
To sweeten the morning, donuts and juice were also served after the kids had finished their hunt.