Math-a-thon information went home with students last Friday. Families are reminded to return permission slips and start collecting pledges.
The fourth- through sixth-graders presented their spring musical, "Oliver Twist," at the Soldotna High School Auditorium on March 18. Thanks to the many students, parents, staff and community members for helping make this year's show a success. Mr. Houglum especially would like to thank Cindy Cox, assistant director; Sonny Haynes, set design and construction; and costume committee: Kim Senn, Diana Tice, Peggy Barkman, Teri Seward, Lisa Duke and Faye Shirnberg for their generous help and support. Special thanks goes to Shane Franke for his donation of construction materials and shop use.
Mrs. George's third-grade class is studying the Native Americans of Alaska. The students each are making a project to teach the rest of the class about the different cultures. Then they will make Native American face masks.
First-graders have finished their geography unit about Captain Bill Pinkney's journey around the world. Next week they will edit their writing and bind their books. They also made Easter baskets Friday, graphed jelly beans and made wallpaper bunnies which are hanging in the hall.
The Students in Good Standing reward day was Friday. The students watched their teachers in a match of Fear Factor in the gym.
Kindergarten visitation will be from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday. All kindergarten students will attend from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that day, allowing up to 20 visitors during the scheduled hour. Parents may call the office to schedule a time for their student to visit. Incoming kindergartners must be 5 years old by Aug. 15 to enroll this fall. Parents need to bring a birth certificate, shot records and the child's social security number to enroll.
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