Welcome to our blog spot. My name is Kenai. I have grey, white and black fur. I have bright blue eyes and a long fuzzy tail. Sometimes I wish humans could understand me. I would like this blog to be useful to all teachers and students across the country who enjoy learning about the Iditarod and sled dogs. I would also like to share how amazing it is to have a canine in the classroom just like me. Visit often to stay updated on all that I am doing at McKinley School. Sign-Up to follow my news, photos and videos today!
Kenai's groomer, Christina, from PetCo volunteered to visit our class and teach us about how to be a responsibile pet owner. She also shared with the students how the "dog brain" works. Her presentation helped us better understand the "Siberian Husky" in Kenai. In the front of the picture, notice the Monarch habitat. We will share more about the Monarch Butterfly Project later.
After a very restful summer, Kenai was ready to come back to school. Kenai still thinks he knows how to do spelling as he helps Tristan and Jacob looks on. Students at McKinley were so thrilled that Kenai was able to come back to school.