Monday March 25 through Friday March 29 students are off for spring break. School resumes Monday April 1.
There not be class Friday April 5, which is a teacher workday/staff development day.
Red Wing High School
Missota Conference Music and Art Festival
Red Wing High School will play host to Missota Conference Music and Art Festival Friday April 5. A day of clinics, exhibits and performances will culminate in a public concert at 7 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the door. RWHS students will not have school this day.
Jump Rope for Heart
Burnside Elementary raised $13,308.90 for the American Heart Association through Jump Rope for Heart. Last year students raised $6,144. This year 209 students turned in donation packets.
Deer View, Step, & Upwards
Student of the Month
Deer View School recognized Franciso Miranda-Rivera as student of the month and Micah Marrison as most improved for the month of February.
On March 20, 14 students participated in the Sunnyside Sneaker program. Winner was Addie Fjetland, Mrs. Fagerlund's first grade.
@schools:Adventures in Learning
Children made a stained-glass cross. After being traced around their bottom and legs, students cut out the shape to make a big Easter bunny head. They used googly eyes, cotton balls and pipe cleaners to complete the project.
The students practiced their motor skills by throwing eggs into an Easter basket, hopping like bunnies and playing "Who's Got My Carrot?" They also made tissue paper crosses.
St. John's School
There will be class March 25-27. Parents must provide transportation. School is in session 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
St. John's School open house is 3 to 5:30 p.m. April 17.
Pre-registration packets are due April 3 with a fee of $50.
Children have showed many observers how the Montessori method works. Children direct their own learning. They are free to move about the room, communicate with friends and teachers, choose their work and repeat an activity to master a skill as long as they are respectful, don't interrupt and are focused on learning.
Under the Rainbow
Karmen's students worked with flying critters. Children made water-colored birds, butterflies, bees, ladybug, and a caterpillar. At their discovery station they learned to makde green by mixing blue and yellow paint.
Mary Ann's classroom had the theme of spring. Children read many books. School topics were the color green, clover shape, number 3 and the letter Gg. Science Discovery consisted of dirt, grass, and roots.
Laurie's class did a lot of discussion on spring changes, colors, birds and flowers and activities to do. Art projects consisted of flower stamps, footprint birds, outdoor color match and crafting a spring tree. The children made bird feeders out of cardboard, peanut butter and bird seed.