What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
Doin’ work!
Picking up trash
What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
What better way to celebrate EARTH DAY than by picking up trash around the school?! 🌍 🙌🏻
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
Mrs Collett’s 5th grade class has been reviewing for math assessments by playing “Football Frenzy”! Students answer questions, and each question is worth a different number of yards. Students move the number of yards they get correct. When students get to a line called “Kick It”, they have the opportunity to punt a paper football into a goal to earn extra yards. The student with the most touchdowns at the end WINS! How fun!
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
Footfall Frenzy Board
Punting the football
Punting the Football
Moving helmets for points!
Come check out the 4th grade Wax Museum this Friday! Everyone is welcome to come!
over 1 year ago, Brooke Heiter
Wax Museum
6th graders noticed the sun halo today at recess. Students were surprised to find it is caused by ice crystals in the cirrus clouds that they learned about earlier this year.
over 1 year ago, Melissa Johnson
sun halo explained
halo
halo
sun halos
North School Staff members competed in a coloring contest this week! Over 30 staff members participated, and then the students voted for the winners! It was a fun way to relieve stress, add positivity, and to work on some team building for the staff members!
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
1st place - Ms. Wamsley
2nd place - Ms. Huckabee
3rd place - Mrs. Lupe
The winning masterpieces!
North School Staff members competed in a coloring contest this week! Over 30 staff members participated, and then the students voted for the winners! It was a fun way to relieve stress, add positivity, and to work on some team building for the staff members!
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
North School Staff members competed in a coloring contest this week! Over 30 staff members participated, and then the students voted for the winners! It was a fun way to relieve stress, add positivity, and to work on some team building for the staff members!
over 1 year ago, Valarie Ihrig
5th grade students enjoyed some fun in music class this morning while participating in cardio drumming!
over 1 year ago, Brooke Heiter
cardio drumming
cardio drumming
We are proud to hang our banner at North Elementary School. The staff and students have worked extremely hard this entire year as we were one of two schools in the State to launch in the fall of 2020. #352GoodToGreat
over 1 year ago, Emmet Rudolph
Redesign
North Elementary Spring Pictures
almost 2 years ago, Emmet Rudolph
North Elementary Spring Pictures
Attached are the Tier 2 schedules for AM and PM. The AM groups are A-K and all bus students. The PM groups are L-Z. The AM times are 7:35 am - 10:50 am and the PM times are 12:05 pm - 3:05 pm.
about 2 years ago, Emmet Rudolph
Schedule
Fall Portraits for North Elementary will be this Friday September 18th.
about 2 years ago, Emmet Rudolph
Fall Portraits
It was great to have students back. We want to remind our parents that the school day tomorrow is from 7:35-12:30. Please do not drop off students before 7:20, as we do not want large groups of students gathering out front of the building. Also please remember the pick up areas after school, a photo has been attached.
over 2 years ago, Emmet Rudolph
back to school pick-up
At it again today doing what is best for Goodland kids!!
over 2 years ago, Marty Lehman
Goodland High School graduation will be held on Friday, June 19th, with the time and location (Football Field or MAX) to be determined pending State guidelines and protocols. If graduation can not be held on June 19th, then Plan B will be for Friday, July 17th. We will send out more information as we get closer.
over 2 years ago, Goodland-352
An image of two graduates standing beside the numbers 2020.