- Friday, May 6th - K-2 to Princeton Library, Monicals, and Zearing Park
- Thursday, May 12th - Attendance Reward Lunch for those that earned it
- May 12th and 13th - PreK and Kindergarten Screening at LaMoille
- Monday, May 16th - Spring Concert at 7:00 pm
- Tuesday, May 17th - K-4 and Life Skills to Niabi Zoo
- Tuesday, May 17th - Awards Banquet at 6:30 pm
- Friday, May 20th - 12:00 pm Dismissal
- Monday, May 23rd - Superhero Play at 7:00 pm
- Tuesday, May 24th - PreK Picnic
- Wednesday, May 25th - Last Day of School - 2:00 pm Dismissal
- Thursday, May 26th - Teacher Institute - Graduation at 7:00 pm
May 31 - June 16, 2016
The school will be hosting a three week summer program for those students currently in grades K-8. This is a free program starting on May 31st through June 16th from 9:00 am - 11:00 am daily Monday - Thursday (first week will be Tuesday - Friday due to Memorial Day).
Teachers will provide 30 minutes of Math instruction, 30 minutes of Reading instruction, and a 60 minute activity based on a weekly theme (Natural Disasters/Weather, Kitchen Arts, and Wacky Science). We're working on planning a special field trip for the Natural Disasters/Weather unit! Please click here for the flyer.
4th Grade Floor Plans
The 4th grade class was challenged with designing a home that had to be between 950 sq. ft. and 1,000 sq. ft. They had to determine their measurements and find the total area and perimeter of each room as well as their entire house. They did a great job and put a lot of effort into their designs!
March 14, 2016
Congratulations to the Scholastic Bowl Team.
They finished in 1st place in the conference for the second year in a row!
Kindergarten - St Patrick's Day
March 17, 2016
Planting our magic beans Squealing with delight Our magic beans as we ran outside! grew into suckers
March 17, 2016
Mrs. Busche's 4th graders and Ms. Nichols' Life Skills class went to the Ag Fair at the fairgrounds in Princeton on March 17th. Students went around to different stations where there were games, hands on activities, and movies to teach about the various topics. All aspects of agriculture from corn and beans and their byproducts, farm machinery, milking, and safety were discussed. As always, interacting with the livestock and seeing the animals up close is always a highlight of the trip.
Junior High News
To accomodate for PARCC testing, we had to change the schedule slightly. In doing so, we had a little extra time so Mrs. Schlund decided to have the junior high students work on quilts. These quilts will be donated to Freedom House.
In other news, Mrs. Schlund is doing a mini unit on first aid with the 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade classes. They are learning how to make slings, use ace bandages, and splints. All great life skills to know but we hope they never have to use them!