The students were very excited to have such an important visitor. Representative Samuelson read Someday by Eileen Spinelli. This imaginative story was very inspiring of how the future has infinite possibilities. The Representative then entertained the students by spinning tales about himself and his own children. Everyone had fun and enjoyed his stories.
As a token of appreciation, the class presented Rep. Samuelson with an LVCC t-shirt and a beautiful display of preschool artwork, a five-foot tree created by the class. The tree trunk represented LVCC’s Pre-K Counts classroom. Written on the trunk were the words, “Please don’t ‘leave’ us behind.” The fruit among the branches bore the name of each child in the class. The class hopes the Representative will hang it in his office.
Thanks again to Representative Samuelson for taking time out of his busy schedule. He brought many smiles to some of his more petite constituents.