Attention 8th Grades Parents!!! We will be having an end of year recognition and 8th grade promotion Tuesday, June 2nd at noon! Each 8th grader is welcome to invite two guests. Hope to see you there! **Masks are required at this school event.
Romeo and Juliet but make it modern 😎📱🔥 English 9 students took the famous balcony scene and rewrote the script as a Snapchat conversation using a fake Snapchat creator website. So fun to see their creativity! This is the unit I always learn the latest “teen” lingo! 😃 Yes it really does go like this... We just met!! Let’s get married?! Okay!! 🤣💕 #everystudenteveryday #romeoandjuliet #modernshakespeare #snapchatshakespeare
Today was “Dress Like a Teacher” Day. Shown here are some of the students & staff who were matching today! We know we didn’t get pictures of everyone, but thank you to all students who participated!!
Mr. Fowell's Natural Resources class built their own fishing poles, and took them for a spin today! Some students caught their very first fish today in our beautiful Kickapoo Valley. #EveryStudentEveryDay
As part of School Staff Appreciation Week, the Waddle In food truck came to visit today for lunch! Everything was delicious- especially the fresh squeezed lemonade and the root beer floats!
Dear Families~ On Friday, May 7, Grades 2-5 will be participating in the 5K walk at the KVR. Here are a few reminders: Please make sure your child has a non-disposable water bottle as there will be no water stations. (Please no throw-away water bottles) Please make sure your child has appropriate shoes on for the walk. Please make sure your child dresses appropriately for the weather. No parents are allowed this year. We are looking forward to this fun outing!
“What’s the ‘word’ in Advanced Comp. & Lit.?” After an intense research paper, students spent some time tapping into their creativity. The students said the best part was getting to be creative and applying their lives to a board game! Games & tag-lines include 🎼”So You Want to be a Musician?”: Music trivia to test your music knowledge! 🎓”Senior Year 2021”: Get a real taste of the senior year life in a global pandemic! Senioritis included! ⚠️”School of Mystery”: Journey through the hallway to solve the mystery. Mrs. Beckstrand in the science lab with a beaker....... 🐐”Get off Goatman’s Bridge”: Escape the terrifying tale of goat man and his infamous Old Alton Bridge! 🐴”Rodeo Time”: See if you have what it takes for the guts and glory of the sport called rodeo. (Not pictured)
This week is Staff Appreciation Week! We are celebrating our amazing staff with some fun activities all week. Today our principals delivered room service to every classroom and office! Join us in kicking off this special week by sharing a comment about a current or former La Farge Schools staff member who made an impact!
The Fine Arts Awards program will be Monday, May 17 at 7:00pm. Students will be recognized for their involvement in Art, Music, Drama, Forensics, Math Club, and National Honor Society. Each student will receive four tickets to attend in person, and the event will also be livestreamed (link posted later). Please send your guest names to school with your students, or email Amy Lund with names (firstname.lastname@example.org).
La Farge Summer Rec. Registration is Now Available! Packets were sent home with students today. Please fill out the last page and send it back to school with the registration fee. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AH9JDAQx4DHsKR3qNvmP968x1AlGuQfAVDNlnw83Ro4/edit?usp=sharing Jerseys and clothing orders will be online using the following link: https://sportsworld.chipply.com/lafargesummerrec21/ If you have any questions, please contact Josh Hansen, Summer Rec. Director. 608-606-1052
High school students who made the 3rd Quarter Honor Roll were recognized today at an Honors Assembly. Great job students! Keep up the great work, as we end our school year strong!
The La Farge Drama performance of "The Internet is Distract - OH LOOK A KITTEN" by Ian McWethy will be broadcast on our local Vernon Communications TV channel (#5) on Sunday, May 9 at 6:00 pm. Special thanks to Playscripts Inc. and the playwright for broadcast permission.
“What’s the ‘word’ in English 10?” Anahi Ramirez created this movie poster after reading Harper Lee’s classic To Kill a Mockingbird. She chose to highlight the quote: “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view.” She said this quote means that people can be too quick to judge. People should take the time to get to know someone. Her favorite thing about the book was when Boo Radley saved the children from Bob Ewell. He showed he cared for the children even though they didn’t really know each other. #tokillamockingbird #english10 #everystudenteveryday #creativeproject
Attention 4K-1 Families: Please check your child's backpack for a full length note with information regarding the field trip tomorrow (4/28). Here are some highlights: The zoo staff is asking that masks are worn while we are at the zoo. We just realized that the address we originally gave you will take you to the back entrance of the zoo. If you are using a GPS, it might be helpful if you just type in Zoo Lane, Baraboo, WI. Otherwise, you are more than welcome to follow the buses. The buses will be parked in the back of the school right in front of the doors. If you are following, please allow space for the buses to park. We are leaving at approximately 8:45. Thank you, 4K-1 Teachers
We're excited to announce that three of our high school students have been recognized for awards in the STAMP (Statewide Teen Art Mentor Program) Regional Exhibit! These awardees are invited to exhibit their work at the State Conference on September 25, where they are eligible to receive a myriad of cash awards. Congratulations to Colene Grefe - Wagon Full of Fall, Macey Wood - Car Go Vroom, Vroom and Natalie Marron - Bug.
The High School Student Council has started to recognize the outstanding high school students we have here at La Farge Schools by starting the 24K student! A 24K student is as good as gold! 24K students are high school students that have been helpful, shown acts of kindness, or have been a good student or classmate. This weeks 24K students are Hayden Benson, Natalie Marron and Audrey Wirts. Congratulations!
Happy Earth Day! Earth Day is a day to celebrate the natural world and how we can protect it. Earth Day was started 51 years ago by a Wisconsin senator and is now celebrated by millions of people across the world. In the spirit of the holiday, our After-School Club kids went on a walk to pick up litter today. Good job!
Shout out to our 6th grade Battle of the Books team, who placed 2nd yesterday in the Mississippi Valley Gifted & Talented Network’s regional competition. The girls worked hard to answer questions from a list of 50 books!!
A huge WILDCAT THANK YOU to the True Value Foundation and Nelson's Agricenter of Viroqua! This partnership awarded La Farge Schools a Health & Safety Kit through the Educational Heroes Safety Campaign. "True Value Foundation (TVF) is focused on helping youth succeed with tools and resources to achieve their potential. Our children's greatest resources are their educators and school staff. To ensure they get their best educational experience under these trying circumstances, everything possible must be done to keep our educators and school staff safe. " The kits will include hand sanitizer, germicidal cleaner and painters tape to mark social distancing, helping protect those educators and staff serving our youth. Pictured are Aaron Nemec, LFS School Board President and John Madden, LFS Facilities Manager.
The La Farge baseball store closes tonight (Monday, April 19)! Order your apparel at https://lafargebaseball21.itemorder.com/