UPDATED Youth Track practice schedule for today, will be rescheduled for Thursday May 5th. The youth track meet scheduled for April 30th will be postponed to next Saturday, May 7th, due to the weather being forecasted.
2 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
The youth track meet scheduled for April 30th will be postponed to next Saturday, May 7th, due to the weather being forecasted. Youth track practice will still happen tonight
2 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
Our 6th graders attended 6th grade day at Northwest Tech today. It was a great experience to help our students to learn more about future career opportunities.
2 months ago, Melissa Johnson
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5th grade students are in the process of reading the book “Refugee” by Alan Gratz. It is an amazing story of 3 different children who have to leave their homes and escape their countries for safety. It puts into perspective what refugees have had to go through throughout history and are still going through today. This morning, our students were very lucky to have the opportunity to Zoom with a real refugee who had to escape from her home country of Syria. What an engaging and eye-opening experience for all!
2 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Zooming with a refugee
Zooming with a refugee
Zooming with a refugee
Zooming with a refugee
North Elementary School Raffle
3 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
North Elementary Raffle
6th grade Academy students assisted some of our 4th graders with their Wax Museum projects. The Wax Museum will be held May 5th at The Max Jones Field house from 1:15 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
3 months ago, Melissa Johnson
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Dr Seuss Family Night at North Elementary tonight 3/24/22 from 4:00-6:00 pm
3 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
Dr Seuss Family Night
The USD 352 Spelling Bee took place this morning. We started with 42 spellers and the winners are listed below. First place-Reagan (7th grade) Second place-Jackson (8th grade) Third place- Aiden (7th Grade) Fourth place-Kyah (6th grade)
4 months ago, Melissa Johnson
Winners
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Participants
Mchampion
The USD 352 Spelling Bee is tomorrow at 8:00 a.m. Parents are welcome to attend.
4 months ago, Melissa Johnson
spelling bee
Aloha from Mr. Rudolph’s North Neighborhood! This Friday was even more cheery than usual! #HawaiianShirtFridays ☀️ 🍍
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Mr Rudolph’s North Neighborhood
Today, 5/6th graders from North got to go to the HS to listen to a special motivational speaker - Molly Kennedy. She delivered a powerful message about resiliency, & encouraged students to have confidence in themselves & to flip negative thoughts into positive ones! #FlipYour20
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
Molly Kennedy
Molly Kennedy
Molly Kennedy
Molly Kennedy
Today, 5/6th graders from North got to go to the HS to listen to a special motivational speaker - Molly Kennedy. She delivered a powerful message about resiliency, & encouraged students to have confidence in themselves & to flip negative thoughts into positive ones! #FlipYour20
5 months ago, Valarie Ihrig
No After School Program on Tuesday or Wednesday of this week due to Parent Teacher Conferences.
9 months ago, Brooke Heiter
Attention
Our 6th grade students had interviews today for school jobs. Each student had to create a resume and fill out an application before interviewing. We had some amazing community members come in to conduct the interviews. It was a wonderful experience!
10 months ago, Melissa Johnson
waiting to interview
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WELCOME BACK to SCHOOL! Remember doors open at 7:20 am on Thursday 8/19. Please do not drop off students before then, as we do not want large groups of students gathering out front of the building. Please remember the pick up areas after school, a photo has been attached.
10 months ago, Emmet Rudolph
North Elementary Student Pick up
5th grade students got to enjoy a picnic lunch at Gullick park today!
about 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
Lunch
Playing at the park!
Everyone is invited to watch the 5th, 6th, and Jr. High band concert tonight! It will start at 6:00 pm at the Max. Come check out all of our student’s hard work!
about 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
Band practice
Some 6th graders participated in “Who Killed Humpty Dumpty” a mock trial. Then students had to write an argument about Roy L. Kingsman’s guilt or innocence.
about 1 year ago, Melissa Johnson
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5th grade students got to launch their re-designed bottle rockets yesterday! The students had so much fun learning about the scientific method, and they enjoyed having other classes watch and cheer them on! Thank you to Mr. Marintzer for being in charge of this project!
about 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
North students watching
Mr M launching rockets
5th grade students and their rockets
5th grade students and their rockets!
The shelving that goes in the school Greenhouse that Mrs. Heiter’s class asked for was delivered last week. Today Mrs. Heiter’s class, Mrs. Kannady’s class, and Mr. Marintzer’s class put the shelves together. Just in time for the summer grow program!
about 1 year ago, Brooke Heiter
Learning how they go together
Getting all the pieces
Working together
Final Project