After a study of ecosystems, Mrs. Kendall's sixth-graders wrote haikus about different world biomes. Mrs. Biggs, the music teacher, helped the students with their poetry, which they then turned into musical and movement performances. Mrs. Shield's second- and third-graders, who also are studying climates, enjoyed watching the older students' creative renditions about different biomes.
Thanksgiving Food Box and the Nikiski Neighbor Noel Tree Applications are in the office. Only an adult can request an application; they cannot be picked up by a friend. These applications only are available to parents who live north of Mile 15.5 on the Kenai Spur Highway. They must be mailed to North Star United Methodist Church by Nov. 15. Stop by and pick one up. If you have any questions, call Sheryl at 776-8765 or John Henry at 776-8732.
If you have a band instrument that you no longer need, consider donating it for beginning band students. Contact Ann Holloway at Nikiski Elementary or Jim Wolverton at North Star to donate an instrument.
The Nikiski Clubhouse is providing after-school homework help and other activities for students. Contact Ann Holloway at 776-4144 for information about how to register your child for this program.
Students are invited to attend the before-school reading program from 8:15 to 8:45 a.m. Mondays through Thursdays.
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