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Karigon’s Palmieri/Trotta Book Buddies working hard at making life size penguins! More photos…

Mrs. Rinaldi visited Mrs. Palmieri’s 5th grade class to share their family Italian tradition of the seven fishes. She shared a video clip of food being prepared and pictures of the different types of fishes that may be served. Mrs. Rinaldi discussed their family tradition of spending time sharing good food and celebrating. as well as brought copies of a Rhode Island-style fried calamari recipe for students to bring home. More photos…

Mrs. Rinaldi visited Mrs. Palmieri’s 5th grade class to share their family Italian tradition of the seven fishes. She shared a video clip of food being prepared  and pictures of the different types of fishes that may be served. Mrs. Rinaldi discussed their family tradition of spending time sharing good food and celebrating. as well as brought copies […]

Mrs. Vani visited Mrs. Palmieri’s 5th grade class at Karigon and discussed the culture and traditions of Pakistan.

Mrs. Vani visited Mrs. Palmieri’s 5th grade class and discussed the culture and traditions of Pakistan. She described what fasting is, how weddings are celebrated, and wonderful traditional foods to name just a few topics. Mrs. Vani also explained the map of Pakistan and the 5 provinces. She also brought traditional figs for the students to […]

Alicia Bowman’s 3rd grade class at Karigon provides a lot of thoughtful responses on their exercise called “What does culture mean?”  More photos…

First grader, Cire Rouse, shows his Karigon school spirit on “Dress Like a Teacher or Student” Day, wearing his best Principal Jones attire!  

Emily Hurst’s first grade class at Karigon uses white marker boards to complete the “glued sounds” exercise, students sound out and spell “trick words,” allowing for independent learning. More photos…

Congratulations to Karigon’s Musical Club on a wonderful performance of Lion King Kids! Photos are provided by Richard Gabriel Photography…

Karigon Elementary Principal Mr. Jones visits Ms. Paupini’s 3rd Grade class for a read-aloud highlighting the contributions of African Americans on children’s literature.

To highlight the contributions African Americans have made and continue to make on children’s literature, Karigon Principal Mr. Jones visits Ms. Paupini’s 3rd grade class to read the inspirational story: “Gunner, Football Hero,” written and illustrated by James Ransome.