The chicks are here!

Kindergarten teacher Lindsay Brooks had many eggs in the incubator at her Circleville Elementary classroom. She and her students watched and learned about the development of the chicks.

An orange sign hangs on a chain link fence. It says Chick it out! Chicks

As the chicks hatched, she invited her virtual students to see them in person! She organized the families to come after school at staggered times with social distancing and meet the chicks. The students were so excited to be there and see the chicks.

A girl with long dark hair holds a plastic cup with a chick in it. She is wearing a purple shirt with long white sleeves and a printed mask.

Mrs. Brooks enjoyed it too! She loved seeing her remote students in person and she was happy to see their interactions with each other – and the chicks!

A boy with short brown hair wearing a blue shirt squats down to look into a large green plastic container with chicks in it.A kindergarten student wearing a Mickey Mouse shirt with red sleeves holds a clear plastic cup with a chick in it. His hand is over the top of the container and the chick is popping its head out of the top.A bed of shavings with a bunch of baby chicks all huddled together on it.

Pine Bush Central School District
State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY 12566
Phone: (845) 744-2031
Fax: (845) 744-6189
Tim O. Mains
Superintendent of Schools
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