MSD Weekly Newsletter
FLCS - Jr. High - Sr. High - High Marq
Community Visioning Survey
Montello Forward 2020 - Strategic Planning
Student Citizenship Series through the Montello Schools Library
The first topic will be "The Story Behind School Lunch." This program will cover how the lunch program chooses its menu, and the reasons behind why it serves the menu it currently serves (covering government regulations). Mrs. Joyce Gaulke, Food Director, will be presenting this program.
The program will be on Thursday, May 19 @ 2 PM in the library for all students. All students who attend must have a valid pass and must sign into the library.
For more information, you can contact Mr. Bruckner in the library.
Forest Lane Community School
PowToon Projects in Grade 4
Academic and Career Planning
Ecosystem Simulation in Biology!
Washington D.C. Trip
- Laker Anne Thrasher, Ron Anderson, and Linda Metoxen for receiving awards in Leading Performer and Scenic Design
Homemade pasta dough making, using a hand crank pasta machine to cut the pasta out.
VEX STARSTRUCK Has Begun! (Robotics)
Montello Robotics Club
- Montello Endowment for Education
- Montello Lions Club
- Walmart Community Grant
- Adams County Electric Company
- Ripon/Wautoma Ace Hardware
- Smart Toyota Madison
- Shopko Foundation
- National Exchange Bank
- Northside Automotive - Montello
- Montello Tru Value
- Kwik Trip Montello
- Cardinal Glass - Portage
- US Cellular
High Marq Environmental Charter School
Last week was a busy week for High Marq! Wednesday was the last Presentation Night of the school year and the students did an phenomenal job giving live presentations and having showcases in the cafeteria. Thank you again to all our guests and parents who came to visit, ask questions, and provide food!!
Thursday, High Marq visited the Packwaukee City Park to build bat houses for the park. They were also able to build a Leopold bench for our garden space back at the school. A special thanks to Pat and Jody for bringing their tools and expertise to assist in making those houses! The afternoon was spent completing a hike at John Muir Park, and was full of jumping worms, frogs, and toads!
Finally, Saturday was our second annual Family Adventure Day! Families around the community came to experience all that Marquette County has to offer, as well as enjoy some excellent activities for the day! Which included a special presentation on turtles by Kathleen McGwin and a few students got the opportunity to dress up as a whooping crane for the International Crane Foundation!
It was a busy and full week, so we are all looking forward to a week that is a little more low key! Enjoy the pictures!
Capstone Project Presentations
It's that time of year, folks! Juniors and seniors will be presenting their capstone projects this week. The schedule is attached below!
Any and all community members are welcome to attend the presentations! They will be in the High Marq classrooms!