Basketball doubleheader for girls and boys tonight at Wauzeka.
A friendly reminder that the all gifts for the giving tree and the stuffed animals for the toy drive need to be in by Monday. Students will be picking up the donations boxes for the stuffed animals on Monday. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Rastall at (608) 625-0145 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for supporting these projects.
Wrestling for tonight and tomorrow.
Over the last few weeks 4th graders have been learning about how they can contribute to the community. In connection with this they made Christmas ads for the local paper. This allowed for some holiday fun while also incorporating learning.
Two-Hour Delay on Thursday, December 15.
REMINDER: There is NO elementary girls basketball practice tonight, Wednesday, December 14th.
The High School Student council have been busy delivering holiday hot chocolate mug treats to the La Farge Staff.
One of the features in the newly-remodeled MS/HS Library is the student media table. Students can work collaboratively there by casting their project or research from a Chromebook to the TV screen.
Boys basketball for tonight.
Reminder that the elementary Snowflake Store starts tomorrow. Please click the link below for more details. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1EITFOuP9vLnCNnTSue6f8pnSaMH1H7EP_pbDi3aj9co/edit
Updated times and locations for tonight’s games.
Art can be used to express your feelings, relieve stress, make a social statement or even tell a story. For the past few months elementary students in Mrs. Benson’s room have been learning history through art, the 1980’s! They were introduced to artists, gadgets, and other forms of entertainment from the decade. Combined with the musical efforts of Mrs. Michaels, the students put on a pretty gnarly and totally awesome fine arts night with glowing artwork and masterpieces from all ages!
No school on Friday, December 9th. Stay safe!
Come join us for a blast from the past! The 80’s are invading the elementary. Fine arts night begins at 5:30 with the 4K-5th grade art show followed by the 4K-2nd grade concert starting at 6pm and the 3rd-5th at 7pm. It’s sure to be a totally awesome time!
There's a lot of things that happen in Mrs. Keenan's room. In there students get the opportunity for sensory breaks, math homework help, alphabet learning, and so much more.
A big Wildcat thank you to Vernon County ADRC and Climb Theater for presenting the play, "Grandpa and Lucy" to our elementary students. The students really enjoyed the interactive presentation and learned about how we can care for family members who have dementia.
The middle school students decorated classroom doors for a holiday contest. This gives students the opportunity to work together and get creative.
Girls Basketball Tuesday, December 6th
Students in Transportation and Energy have been working hard designing and building a bike generator. The purpose of the project is to learn about electricity and how it's generated and produced. This week the group reached some major milestones where they actually got the bike running and produced power to energize a few devices. The students thought it was pretty cool when they connected the bike to the 18 volt milwaukee shop radio and got it to work only while pedaling, when they stopped pedaling the radio stopped working. They have also been very surprised at the amount of work it takes to generate electricity. They have attempted to run a cordless drill, but their legs aren't quite strong enough to energize a tool that requires that much power. The class's future goal is to purchase a 12v blender and set the bike up for students to make their own smoothies with some pedal power!
The National Honor Society is teaming up with the American Red Cross by hosting a blood drive on Friday, December 9th from 11:30 am to 4:30 pm. The blood drive is at the La Farge School Gym. There are still a few donations times available if you would like to donate. Every donation helps earn Red Cross Scholarships for our NHS students. You can go to redcrossblood.org or call 608-625-0145 to schedule a time. Thank you for the continued support!