The letter of the week is "J" at Storytime in the Snake River School Community Library.
Children ages 3-5 followed storyteller Peggy Hansen as she encouraged them to repeat, "Where is J? Here I am. What do you say J? J-j-j.
The color was blue and the nursery rhyme is "Jack and Jill went up the hill, to fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill came tumbling after."
"We study a color and letter each week," Hansen said. "There's is a nursery rhyme each week.
"This helps early literature skills.
"Nursery rhymes teach rhyme and rhythm," said Hansen.
A nationwide post for the position of Blackfoot School District superintendent expired on Jan. 17 and plans to hire a new superintendent for the district will move forward, despite the ongoing distraction of the "Crane payout" debacle.
While the board is behind on their original plan to have a new superintendent selected by Feb. 1, 2013, the district's interim superintendent Chad Struhs said they hope to have a person selected for the position by March 1, with the plan of having the new hire officially on board by July..