Mrs. Miller's 2nd Grade did an amazing job asking questions to reveal their Mystery Items!
Let's play a game at 4pm! Log on through Google classroom! If you want to draw in pictionary email me at email@example.com for a word! This will be our last third grade meeting.
Parents and Guardians - please read this letter https://bit.ly/2yj1LDB to find out about the possibility of receiving $302 per child under the Families First Coronavirus Act of 2020. Students receiving or eligible for free or reduced meal prices qualify!
3rd graders in Mrs. Schmitz's homeroom: Let's have a class meeting Thursday, May 21 at 6:30pm! To join the meeting select the link for Google Meet on our Google Classroom page on Thursday at 6:30pm. Hope to see you there!
Mrs. Schultz received a surprise end of the year gift outside of her front door of her house from her kindergarten class. She would like to thank her class for the beautiful rose bushes, card and special videos they made for her.
Fifth Graders, your teachers are looking looking forward to seeing you all in tomorrow’s video chat @ 4:00pm. We will be sharing vacation projects and answering questions. See you soon!
Mrs. Miller's 2nd Grade had a blast doing art with Mrs. Bartz tonight! Thank you Mrs. Bartz for teaching us how to draw bumblebees!
Calling all third graders! Its story time at 1pm today. I can also answer any questions you may have about your clouds project. Hope to see you there! Log on through Google classroom.
Mrs. Garner will be available through email at firstname.lastname@example.org Tuesday, 5/19, and Thursday, 5/21 , 7-8 p.m. for students to discuss reading strategies.
Seniors will have a Practice on Thursday night at 6pm, where they will receive their caps and gowns to be worn Friday at the Senior area, as well as further instructions on Graduation. Information will be released tomorrow morning on how to stream the ceremony for free!
Parents/Guardians who signed up for summer school should have received an email regarding transportation - if we are going to be able to provide transportation for summer school, we are going to need some parents to drive their own kids to and from summer school.
Library books may be returned this week. There are carts available to drop off library books by the Elementary Office.
Mrs. Shrader’s class got their “Flat Mrs. Shrader” in the mail. They took her along on a lot of fun adventures. From breakfast to bedtime, they had a lot of fun!
Cougars are gardening! We are excited to get seeds, plant them and journal about what we see! As we grow with our plants, lets keep documenting the the results!
Fifth Grade Students: We will continue our work on the learning challenge we started last week. This week’s video chat will focus on sharing your progress on your vacation project and answering any questions you might have. Please see the chart below for this week’s schedule.
Some more fantastic bridges that were turned into third grade! Awesome job!
HS Track— Uniforms and Warmups must be turned in during the Grab and Go Pickup days. Laundered, bagged and labeled. You must return all items!!!! Fancloth items are in the HS office.
Highland High School is spotlighting our 2020 Seniors through May 15th. This spotlight features Kenley Linnenburger. We are proud of all your accomplishments, and we miss you Kenley!!
Highland High School is spotlighting our 2020 Seniors through May 15th. This spotlight features Warner Wheeler. We are proud of all your accomplishments, and we miss you Casey!!