Enchanted Forest

In this file photo, students decorate trees in the Enchanted Forest.

Students participate in a Food Drive, Winter Poetry Walk and an Enchanted Forest

Following the Saturday night snowfall, the time of year is upon us when rakes are replaced by shovels, pumpkins are replaced with wreaths and closets get stuffed with mittens, hats and scarves that are layered on top of our favorite fall hoodie. Just before the weekend, Ele Anderson, who works as Operations and Communications Coordinator at River Grove elementary, took a moment to talk about the different ways that students and staff are gearing up for winter and celebrating the holiday season. She was the perfect person to talk to - Anderson acts in a variety of roles at the school - and describes herself as a person that “wears a lot of hats.”  

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