Minute to Win It

Submitted by beth.knudsen on

Students in both the upper and lower grades were able to participate in Minute to Win It games as a reward for turning in their reading calendars. Several students who had turned in their reading calendar were randomly selected from each class and grade to take part in the fun games.  A teacher was also randomly selected to compete against the students.  Some of the fun games that were played involved knocking bottles down with a pantyhose headcovering, making cup pyramids and taking them down quickest, and trying to get an Oreo from the forehead into the mouth.

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Beth Knudsen

Third Grade Field Trip to the Tulip Festival

Submitted by beth.knudsen on

On the field trip to Thanksgiving Point for the Tulip Festival, the third graders had a lot of fun! The first thing we saw were waterfalls. We walked and walked and walked until we saw a secret garden. There were a lot of flowers (and a lot of walking!). The secret garden and Italian gardens were favorites. Students were also able to feed fish and some geese--some even saw geese nesting! Seth Hancock said, "My favorite part was the waterfalls and I loved the big hill!" Jared Peterson remarked, "My favorite garden was the Italian garden.

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by Mrs. Knudsen's Third Grade Class

SEPs tomorrow!

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Please remember that SEPs are tomorrow starting at 2:30. If you have forgotten your appointment time, contact your child's teacher (emails can be found under "Faculty"; school number can be found as a footer on this webpage).  Thank you for supporting your children!

The Book Fair will also be open during SEPs, from 9:00am-9:00pm.