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  • smiles Thank you to Quimby & Collins for the donation of a water refilling station in the school. We appreciate their support and generosity! They have also purchased refillable water bottles for all students and staff which will be distributed on World Water Day!

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  • The PTO will be hosting the St. Patrick's Day Baskets, Bingo and Bites Fundraiser on Friday, March 24th. In order to have raffle baskets that appeal to our children, they are putting together six "kid friendly" baskets based on donations they receive from each grade level. If each family sends in $5 per student, the committee will be able to put together some impressive baskets to raffle off. All proceeds from this fundraising event will go towards funding much-needed school and classroom resources! 

    Please send in your $5 donation in your child's folder in an envelope addressed to Erica. Please be sure to put your child's name on it as well! Thanks!

     

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  • Thank you to Allison McLaughlin, Amanda Eldreth, Maghan Cook and Karli Hodsed for signing up to be Girls on the Run coaches for the spring. We have such a wonderful group of young ladies that signed up that we have two teams. Go girls!

     

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  • Please link your VIC card to our KES number#5804 to help support our school while you do your grocery shopping!

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  • Makerspace Stations

    Miss. Breunig's 5th grade class were the first to work with Little Bits at our Makerspace stations in the Media Center this week.

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  • Water for All. A presentation about South Africa.

    Nadji came to speak to the 4th graders about living in South Africa. Can you imagine walking miles for water? Well, believe it! The families in Africa spend about 3 hours of their day getting water. Coach Nadja Tapkas lived in South Africa for 3 years and learned fascinating facts about South Africa.

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  • Ded Moroz

    Gabrielle Schluter came to speak to 3rd grade about living in Russia. She read a folktale to them titled Ded Moroz.

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