This week, the kindergarten, first- and second-grad students are enjoying the swings and the warm weather.
Students are following Flat Stanley from the French Alps back to England, where he is enjoying springtime with yellow daffodils, new baby lambs and walls built with piles of stones.
In Mrs. Pribbenow's third-, fourth- and fifth-grade class, the fifth-graders are continuing to edit their stories to begin assembling homemade books.
The fish tank has new guppies, but is short a crab, which escaped.
The sixth- through eighth-graders missed Mr. Toliver while he took vacation this week. The students still are writing essays on the teachings of Smith Wigglesworth.
Students enjoyed Easter Journey, a family-oriented celebration including a short presentation of the Easter story.
The fund-raiser bake sale was a success. The school community appreciates all those who brought items and those who bought them.
On Friday, one of the parents showed an exhibition of pigs, rabbits and chickens.
Students participated in testing all week, making a break from their regular studies.
The end of the midterm is Friday.
For more information about the school, call school administrator Adele Pribbenow at 283-3150.
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