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Newsletter 3-23-2022

Fingerprint Program

McCleod County Child Print Program is starting up again this year. Info has been sent home with a permission slip. This must be returned to school to have your child fingerprinted. This is for grades: Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, and 6th + new students.

Scheduled for Monday, March 28th.


Spring Concert/Spaghetti Dinner

Sunday, April 3rd. Concert starting at 4:00 with the Spaghetti Dinner to follow around 5:30. A signup has been emailed to help with prepping food beforehand, serving, and cleaning up afterwards.


VIP Day

Very Important Person Day is on Friday, April 1st (no joke). This will be an all-morning event with breakfast (donuts/muffins & juice) and lunch served (pizza or subs).

RSVP’s have been sent home; these must be returned asap so we can get an idea of numbers.


10:00 Start / Parent Drive

Our next 10:00 start and Parent Drive MORNING is Wednesday, April 6th.

If before school care is needed (Latchkey) please contact Brittany Clark:

320-582-3133 or brit.enter@gmail.com


No School – Easter Break

We do not have school Friday, April 15th through Monday, April 18th.

School resumes on Tuesday, April 19th.


Summer Stangs’ – Summer Care

Registration for summer care is live on the school website, please signup if you will be needing care this summer.

June 6th through August 19th, 7:00 am till 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.

www.hutchinsonlutheranschool.com


Call Update

Mrs. Utsch has decided to return her call to teach 1-2 grade is West Allis, WI.

Thank you for your continued work here at Immanuel!


Calendar

¨ March 28th

McCleod County Child

Print Program

¨ April 1st

VIP Day

¨ April 3rd

Spring Concert – 4:00

Spaghetti Dinner – 5:30

¨ April 6th

10:00 Start and Parent Drive Morning

¨ April 15th & 18th

NO SCHOOL

Easter Break

¨ April 28th or 29th

MLC Play


Mrs. Eckstrand’s Room

This week our Jesus story is “Zacchaeus You Come Down”. We learned that no matter how much we sin, God can and does forgive us. “Jesus came to save sinners” is our Memory Treasure.


Our Science will begin a few weeks of “Space talk”.

Movement is still an extra workout of Irish dancing. Whew it’s hard work to kick, jump, spin, and keep those feet moving.

Mr. and Mrs. Nibbles have finally made all their home visits. Boy oh boy did they have some adventures. Thank you for helping your children enjoy their time with our favorite book monster!


Preschool: Our number this week is 20! Our letter this week is Ww for Wyatt, Wersal, Winter, and Worm. 3rd quarter assessments always show us how fun our letter and number games are.


Kindergarten: Math this week has us bonding numbers together to make a bigger one. We are also splitting out bonds into 2 numbers. For Reading we have met all the superkids and get to join “Us” for lots of adventures. We are also working hard at our 3rd quarter assessments.


Funny: During our rainy-day indoor recess we’ve discovered some problem-solving skills. Child: “AHHH, there’s a lion in our house!” Mrs. Eckstrand “Oh no! What should we do?” Child “Well, I guess we’ll just have to live outside forever now.”

Problem Solved! 😊


Mrs. Utsch’s Room

In 1st grade Math we identified, sorted and built two-dimensional shapes and put two-dimensional shapes together to make a new shape. In Reading we read words with the aw and all pattern and read the story “Play Ball!”.


In Math we estimated the length of objects using centimeters, measured to the nearest centimeter, and estimated lengths using meters. In 2nd grade Reading we read pattern words with a vowel at the end of the first syllable, identified regular and irregular plurals, and identified mistakes in a written passage.


In 3rd grade Math we used metric units to estimate and measure the mass of objects and solved word problems that involved liquid and mass. In Reading we are reading “Shiloh” by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor.


In Religion we learned about how God blessed Ruth by bringing her to saving faith and by providing her with her daily needs. God also blessed us by bringing us to faith, and he will continue to bless us as we put him first in our lives. God also blesses us with all we need, especially the gift of forgiveness.


Mr. Gephart’s Room

Hi Parents, Family, and Friends,

Here is a look into the classroom this week.


In Reading the 4th-5th graders are reading “Island of the Blue Dolphins”. What is going to happen when the Aleuts from Russia come to the Island? Will they be friend or foe? The 6th-8th graders are reading “The Giver”. What would life be like in a utopian society?

In Grammar the students are learning about adverbs and pronouns.

In Math the 4th graders are learning how to compare and order fractions. 5th graders about how to multiply fractions and whole numbers. The 6th graders are learning how figure the area of rectangles, triangles, and trapezoids. 7th graders about squared and square roots. And the 8th graders are learning about trigonometric ratios.

In Geography we are working on our group country PowerPoint project.

In History the upper graders are starting to learn about the Vietnam War. The lower graders are learning about MN history. They are learning about the start of WWII.

In Writing we are working on order and sequence.


Next Week’s Schedule: Memory Work – John 14:6, Spelling Lesson 26

Monday –

Tuesday –

Wednesday –

Thursday – Pre-Spelling Test

Friday – Final Spelling Test

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