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News, Events, and Announcements
Fun Night was a successful fundraiser. We raised about 7,500 dollars. Fun night was really fun and there were many fun games to play like Nose Pick, Lollipop Pack, Cake Walk, Soccer Kick, Pop Toss, Basketball Shot, Hair Spray, Face Paint, Limbo, Photo Booth, Wheel Deal, Coconut Toss, Duck Pond, Bouncy Houses, and Plinko. There is also the pie eating contest where there were different age categories. Many cool prizes Read more
Pay It Forward is a program sponsored by Acentra Credit Union and partnered with WQAD for doing good things for the community. Mr. Kurtz was nominated because he has fun working on patrol, makes kids feel safe and helps them start their day by smiling. He is using the money from the award for math materials and help keeping “Paying It Forward”. He was surprised, caught off guard, and honored Read more
Three fourth graders Riley, Mya, and Hannah won the school Battle of the Books competition.
In Battle of the Books, you and your team discuss and read about 20 books. You need to find a team of no more than three people. You get together with your team and discuss the books. Some of the books this year were Rebel McKenzie, White Fur Flying, Almost Home, Infinity Ring- A Mutiny Read more
Kindergarten Round-Up will be held on Thursday, March 3rd from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. This is an important day for incoming Kindergarten students and their families to visit Blue Grass School, meet teachers and school staff, and see the classrooms. There will be a fun activity for our newest students and information to share with families to help their young student get off to a great start in Read more
As we begin a new school year, the District’s Board of Education and Superintendent wish to remind District students, parents/guardians, staff, and volunteers that harassment and bullying of students is against the law and District policy. The District will not tolerate harassment or bullying of students based on the student’s actual or perceived traits or characteristics, including: age, color, creed, national origin, race, religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, gender Read more
Now that school has started again, it’s only a short time until cold and flu season begins. It’s important to remind children of habits that can help them stay healthy year round.
- Cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze or cough.
- Wash your hands frequently using soap and water or handsanitizer.
- Avoid sharing cups and eating utensils with others.
- Try to eat enough fruits and vegetables.
- Get enough rest.