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Newsletter 5-18-2022

Closing Service

Closing Service, Awards, & Graduation will be Wednesday, May 25th at 6:30 at Immanuel Lutheran Church.


Last Day of School

Our last day is Thursday, May 26th.

The School Board is providing lunch this day and children will be dismissed at 1:00. Children can still ride the bus or be picked up between 1:00-3:00 if needed, they will have recess from 1:00-3:00.


Registration Folders

Blue registration folders have been sent home with students. Please look over your information carefully and make any changes. Sign/initial and return to school by May 20th.

Cash Wise Brat Stand

Our annual fundraiser will take place June 23rd, 24th, and 25th. This is a great fundraiser for our school and helps promote our school to the community. We need volunteers to sign-up to help with grilling, handling food, and taking money. There are multiple shifts so please sign-up for what works best with your schedule Sign-Up Genius link https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0A45ADAD2FAAFE3-cash


School Apparel Orders

Partial orders have been sent home, but we are waiting on hats and vests yet. Those should be in next week.


Calendar

¨ May 25th

Closing Service & Awards/Graduation

6:30

¨ May 26th

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Early Dismissal at 1:00

¨ June 6th

Summer ‘Stangs begins

¨ June 13th

PTF Meeting – 6:30

¨ June 27th – 30th

Mustang Sports Camp

Grades K-5

5:30 – 7:00


Mrs. Eckstrand’s Room

This week our Jesus Story is "Jesus is our Rock". We learned that we need to build our life on Jesus, the firm foundation. Then when troubles come, He will not break or fail us. "The LORD is my rock" is our memory treasure.

Our weeks are getting busier even though the end is near. We are wrapping up a lot of projects and pages and activities.

Our science this week is planting beans and learning to take care of them. Hopefully you'll have some fresh beans coming home to enjoy this summer. We are also eagerly waiting and hoping our ducklings hatch this week.

In Social studies we are talking about community helpers, like the farmers who plant our food.

Kickball is still a hit for movement. We're learning how to field on the bases and passing to each other to get someone out.

For art we are making our graduation hats. Kindergarten students will get to come forward for their diploma during graduation. Preschool will be able to pick up their binders and take pictures and wear their grad caps too.


Preschool: Our review numbers are 7 and 17. We have finished our review letter book! Boy, are they fancy!


Kindergarten: In Reading, Golly finally came home from the Vv Vet. He is ready to play again. We will be using our imaginations with a new supernoodle and Wig Wogs for Ww. In Math we will be finishing up addition and reviewing the year. Are we really ready to pull out the coins again?


Mrs. Utsch’s Room

In 1st grade math we used mental math to add and subtract tens and added 2-digit numbers to find sums. In reading we read tricker words with the ar, or, and ear pattern, used sequence words such as first, next, then, and last to sequence events, and read the story “The Runaway Dragon.” The next spelling test is Friday, May 20.

In 2nd math we modeled and described division, used repeated subtraction to divide, and reviewed 3-digit addition with regrouping. In reading we read pattern words that have the spelling pattern spelled air, ear, are, erry, and ary, used because to connect parts of a sentence that tell cause and effect, identified meanings and correct spellings of homonyms, and identified base words and endings.

In 3rd grade math we divided by 2 and 3-digit numbers with and without remainders. We read the short story “A Symphony of Whales” by Steve Schuch.

In religion we learned that God blessed Elijah by bringing him to his heavenly home. God will bless us by bringing us home to heaven at the time he knows is right. Our other lesson that we learned was God gave a woman a son, and when he died, brought him back to life. God has given us life here on earth, and he will give us eternal life in heaven for Jesus’ sake.


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 “A Wrinkle in Time”. Will Meg be able to save her father and the universe from the Black Thing? The 6th-8th graders are reading “The War That Saved My Life”. A story about a young girl during WWII.

In Grammar, the students are learning about items in a series and appositives.

In Math, the 4th graders are working with lines and shapes. The 5th graders are learning about angles. The 6th graders are learning about probability. The 7th graders are learning how to solve 2 step equations. The 8th graders are learning about probability.

In Geography, we are learning more about southeast Asia and the Islands in Asia Pacific.

In History, the upper graders are learning about the 1980s. The lower graders are learning about MN history. They are learning more about Modern Minnesota.

In Writing, we are focusing on story starters to help us write stories and be creative.


Next Week’s Schedule - Spelling Lesson 34, Memory Work - Hebrews 11:1

Monday -

Tuesday -

Wednesday - Pre-Spelling Test, 7th Math Test (Ch.12)

Thursday - Final Spelling Test - Last Day

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