Students Learn About Thanksgiving

Pilgrims, Indians, and turkeys cover our elementary and preschool halls as students feast and make
May we remember that first Thanksgiving in Massachusetts 1621, when the 53 surviving colonists who travelled over on the Mayflower, feasted with 90 Wampanoag Indians from a nearby village, including their leader Massasoit, and Squanto, who could speak fluent English and helped the pilgrims learn to grow food in this new land. That Thanksgiving was to celebrate the fact that the pilgrims were able to grow, harvest, and store enough food to sustain them for the next winter.

We have so much to be thankful for at Northpoint! We are thankful for God’s blessings over our NCS Family (our school, faculty and students). We wish everyone a wonderful Thanksgiving Break!

Thanksgiving crafts today.