Valentine's Day was celebrated in so many different ways by our students. The 6th Graders decorated cookies and I think they ate more than they decorated. Several classes had parties led by their Room Parents who provided lots of sweets and fun games. Please click above to enjoy some wonderful memories!
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Welcome to the world of our elderly students! The TK Class celebrated the 100th Day of School with many fun activities! The entire class came in costume dressed like an elderly person. The children participated in a parade around the campus and built a giant tower of 100 cups. They answered the question, "What would I do if I were 100 years old"? The students had an extremely fun and delicious time counting out their 100 item snack. Please click above to enjoy some pretty amazing photos celebrating this momentous occasion.
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At the December 14th Board of Trustees Meeting, the Board approved the Instructional Calendar for the 2018-19 school year and subsequent two years. Click above to visit the district website and view all of the calendars in the top navigation bar.
On Thursday, December 7th, we honored Mr. Steve, our day custodian, with his own special "DAY". Several classes created birthday cards and really colorful posters. Happy Birthday was sung so many times to him, I am sure he never wants to hear it again. He was very touched and tears were shed. Mr. Steve is beloved by all and we are so lucky to have him working on our campus! Please click above to enjoy some fun pictures!
Our Leadership Team, under the guidance of Mrs. Swantko, put on an incredible Spirit Rally where all grades participated. There was a Lip Sync Performance by Justin Learn, 7th Grade, who wore an Elsa costume from Frozen and sang a hilarious rendition of "Let it Snow". Santa Claus was spreading cheer, good wishes and candy. A fun game was played where Mrs. Swain, Mr. Hunt, Ms. Step, Mr. Wright and Mrs. Ross were wrapped up in toilet paper under the guise of a friendly competition called "Do You Want to be a Snowman". Several awards were given out including Mighty Miner, Canned Food Drive and Jogathon. The students collected over 2600 cans to donate to the Loomis Basin Bread Basket Program. Our students raised over $23,000.00 dollars through many generous pledges for the Jogathon. Please click above to enjoy some fun photos from the rally.