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Newsletter 5/3/2023


¨ May 3rd

10:00 Start & Parent Drive MORNING

8:00 School Board meeting

¨ May 5th


12:30 Dismissal

¨ May 8th

4-8th Wabasha Street Caves field trip

6:30 PTF Meeting

¨ May 12th

4-8th Track meet in Redwood Falls


Very Important Person Day is Friday, May 5th.

Morning snack and lunch will be provided this day.

Dismissal will be at 12:30, no afternoon bussing or afternoon latchkey this day.

**Please drop children off at school and then park over at Immanuel Church and remain there. The children will meet up with their VIPs when they come over to church for chapel just after 9:00**


4th – 8th will go to the Wabasha Street Caves on Monday, May 8th. Please bring in $10/child to pay for tickets by Friday, May 5th.

PreK – 3rd will go to the Como Zoo on Friday, May 19th.

We already have chaperones but if you are willing to drive separately or carpool with others you are welcome to come, please inform a teacher or the secretary.


Is Wednesday, May 3rd at 8:00.


Is Monday, May 8th at 6:30. All are welcome to attend!


Is Friday, May 12th in Redwood Falls.

We are still looking for drivers if any parents would be willing to go.


Is Thursday, May 18th in North Mankato.


Is 6:00 on Thursday, May 25th at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Cake and juice will be served.


Is Friday, May 26th! This is a half day with dismissal at 12:00 and we will provide pizza for lunch!

Mrs. Eckstrand’s Room

This week our Jesus story is "God sends the Holy Spirit". We learned that the Holy Spirit helped the disciples teach others about Jesus. He made it possible for the disciples to speak every language in order to teach every person about Jesus. We too have the Holy Spirit with us, and he helps us spread the good news to everyone. "Repent and be baptized" Acts 2:38 is our memory treasure this week.

In Science we learned more about the sun, moon, and stars.

In Social studies we walked to Wisconsin.

In Art we started our special mother's gift.

In Movement we are learning to catch from a partner.

Preschool: We are reviewing number 6 and 16. We are hip hopping to the alphabet. We are counting and coloring with dice.

Kindergarten: In Reading we are part of the superkids club and all the Nn noise on the bus. We will also learn how they control the activities in the club. In Math we are beginning to tell time.

Mrs. Utsch’s Room

In 1st grade Math we identified equal or unequal shares and partitioned shapes into halves and fourths. In Reading we read and spelled words with the oi and oy spelling pattern, identified adjectives and verbs, and recognized end punctuation marks.

In 2nd grade Math we solved two-digit addition and subtraction problems using an inch ruler as a number line. In Reading class, we read and spelled words with the long i spelling pattern with y and silent e at the end of a words and used comparative and superlative adjectives.

In 3rd grade Math we drew and categorized quadrilaterals and categorized plane shapes. In Reading we are reading the novel “The Mouse and The Motorcycle” by Beverly Cleary.

In Religion we heard how Jesus’ enemies lied about him because they didn’t want people to believe that he had risen. Lies cannot change the fact that Jesus rose from the dead. We gladly tell others the joyful news that Jesus rose from the dead. Jesus’ friends saw the empty grave and their risen Savior. Jesus had many people see that his grave was empty and that he was alive. We believe that Jesus came back to life and will raise us to life someday.

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 learning about folk tales and fairy tales. The 6th-8th graders are learning about poetry.

In grammar this week we are learning about punctuation and capitalization.

In Math, the 4th graders are working with lines and angles. The 5th graders are learning about probability. The 6th graders are adding and subtracting negative numbers. The 7th graders are learning about probability. The 8th graders are working with rational expressions. We are solving rational expressions.

In Geography we are studying Russia.

In History, the upper graders are studying ancient civilizations. We are currently learning about the Middle Ages and the Black Plague. The lower graders are learning about the start of the United States. We are learning about exploring the West.

In Writing, we are working on our personal narrative.

*This is the last week of Kylie Wolf, a senior student teacher from MLC.

Next Week’s schedule - Spelling Lesson 34, Memory Work - Romans 10:13

Monday - Field Trip

Tuesday -

Wednesday - Spelling Pre-Test

Thursday - Spelling Final Test

Friday - Track Meet

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