Have Additional Photos of Melody's Visit?

If you have additional photos from Melody's visit with you, please use the following format to email them to us.
   1. To: melodyphotoblog@gmail.com
   2. Subject Line: Write the title of the photo followed by the words "submitted by" and your name

       in parenthesis in the subject line like this:  Title of Photo (submitted by ____________)
   3. Body of email: Write a brief description of what is happening in the photo, or how you felt

       about Melody's visit with you.  This will appear as the blog post next to your photo.  
       Please, only use single spaces (DO NOT DOUBLE SPACE) and do not sign the email, or it will 
       not display correctly. At the end of your description, please include your unique Melody ID# in  
       parenthesis like this: (Melody #001A1113)

       NOT put the photo in the body of the email.  If the photo is not an attachment, the blog post will
       not be created.
That's it!  It may take up to an hour for your post to show up, so please be patient.  You may submit more than one photo, but EACH PHOTO WILL NEED TO BE EMAILED SEPARATELY.  Thank you!

April 22, 2014

Melody Visits Proctor School (submitted by Mrs. Klipfel)

Melody arrived at Proctor School in Topsfield, MA.  The Fourth Graders in Mrs. Murphy's, Mrs. Kelleher's, Ms Mehlin's, and Ms Scott's Class welcomed her as part of their team.  She had her own desk and fast became friends with everyone.  She then traveled on to Mrs. Boucher's and Mrs. Lantz's Fifth grade classes.  Melody also visited Mrs. Nawoichik's sixth grade classes. One of the most exciting events that Melody took part in was a skype visit with Ms Hampson's Fourth Grade class.   We all enjoyed having Melody be a part of our school.  (Melody ID: 028B0114)    

April 17, 2014

Crafts Created for Melody (submitted by Mrs. Cunningham)

The girls in Mrs. Cunningham's class made some gifts for Melody. There is a loom bracelet and her name in loom bracelets along with a warm scarf for her. (Melody #012A1113)

Class Photo (Joyce Cunningham)

The students from 4C posed for a picture outside Lincoln School before they sent Melody to her next stop. (Melody #012A1113) "I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." Maya Angelou "I shall pass through this world but once, Any good, therefore, that I can show to any human being, Let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again." Stephen Grellet

April 8, 2014

Mushroom Park (Submitted by Sharon Nelson)

Ellsworth County has the smallest state park:  Mushroom State Park.  Surrounded by prairie, farms, and cattle, the sandstone rocks were visited by pioneers and Indians who left graffiti on the limestone and sandstone.  A visit makes your imagination run wild.  (Melody #020B0114)

Fort Harker (Submitted by Sharon Nelson)

Ellsworth, Kansas, has a rich history.  The U.S. Army operated a military installation five miles from Ellsworth.  This is a picture of the Guardhouse, in operation from 1866-1872, and still used as a museum today.  (Melody #020B0114)