On Friday, classes were visited by Paula Mohler and Kris Rose from Dr. Tom Kobylarz's office. They talked to the students about dental health and hygiene. They emphasized the importance of brushing and flossing. The staff and students would like to thank them for their time and information.
Mr. Cooper from Homer Electric demonstrated the powers and danger of electricity to students last Friday with the HEA Safety City presentation. The staff and students also would like to thank him for his time spent with the kids.
Jump Rope for Heart envelopes need to be turned in to Mr. Chase. Last week students spent time during physical education classes jumping rope and collecting money.
Local high school students Nick Barnes and Corinne Kubena have been teaching American Sign Language to students three days a week as part of their senior year projects. Parents are encouraged to ask their students to show how they can communicate in silence.
Forensic competition will be held in classrooms this week. Students have been preparing their presentations for several weeks now. Winners from each category at their grade level will move on to a districtwide competition March 13 at Kenai Central High School.
A student award assembly will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday.
The final Falcon Fun Night of the year for intermediate students will be from 3:45 to 5:30 p.m. Friday.
The PTA is planning for a Spring Carnival on May 1. This year the theme will be "space." It promises to be fun for the entire family. The school is seeking prize donations for this event.
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