Wellington’s youngest students benefit from regular town meetings in which they learn how to be both good presenters and audience members. During monthly gatherings, students in Little Jags through kindergarten share their work, from art and music to investigative research, with each other in a large group setting. They learn to be comfortable speaking in front of their peers and teachers as well as how to be engaged listeners. At the first town meeting of the school year, kindergarteners led the program by teaching younger students to sing “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe” and how to put their energy to good use by doing “The Alphabet Energizer,” a fun gross motor exercise when practicing the ABCs. The more they get together, undoubtedly, the happier they will be.