Iowa-Grant's Panther Press
June IGSD Newsletter
From the Office of Stephanie Hubbard:
Thank You Iowa-Grant Retirees
SECOND HARVEST MOBILE FOOD PANTRY 2019
Ss. Anthony & Philip Church, 726 Main Street, Highland, WI
(The food is brought to you by Catholic Charities and is free to anyone with no income requirements). The type of food varies each month.
Registration begins - 4:00 p.m.
Food pick up – 4:30-5:30 p.m.
MONDAY – June 24, 2019
*Please bring bags, boxes, or containers and we’ll load your car.
All we request is your initials, zip code and how many reside in your family.
*Families may send a representative to pick up food, if they themselves are unable.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME NO RESTRICTIONS
Questions phone: Connie: 623-2095, Kathy: 929-7713, Nancy: 929-7508
FREE Dental Program
Seals-On-Wheels Oral Health Program will be providing FREE dental care at your child’s school during the 2019-20 school year. All students are eligible to participate in this free program that provides dental screenings, cleanings, sealants, and fluoride treatments by a registered dental hygienist. Students of all ages can benefit from this dental program. Seals-On-Wheels will examine your child’s teeth and provide oral hygiene instruction. They will also place sealants on all erupted adult teeth for free. These preventative services are conveniently provided during the school day with minimal disruption to your child’s class schedule, plus your child receives a toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, and a letter to parents.
To sign up or learn more, please visit your school’s office for a permission form or you can register online at https://sealasmile.wisconsin.gov/Consent. Additional program info at www.SealsOnWheelsWisconsin.com.
Iowa-Grant High School
IGHS Events for June, July and August
Congratulations to the Class of 2019
We, as a staff, could not be prouder of your accomplishments. We cannot wait to see what your future holds!
"Don’t Stop Believing.”
Senior Awards and Recognition Night - May 15, 2019
Senior Awards & Scholarship Night was held on Wednesday, May 15th. Due to our wonderful scholarship providers, our seniors were awarded over $506,000 in scholarship monies. It was a great night to be a Panther! Congratulations to the Class of 2019!!
Spanish Class Bake Off
High School Band Students
Please carve out some time from your busy summers to represent IG well at our summer parades. Call time is 1:30 PM for all parades. If you know you'll be there, but not quite on time, please email Mrs. Gile and she will save you a spot.
Sunday, June 2nd - Montfort Big Days Parade
Sunday, June 23rd - Livingston Festival Parade
Sunday, July 28th - Linden Frolic Parade
Sunday, August 11th - Cobb Corn Roast Parade
Iowa-Grant Elementary/Middle School
IGEMS Events For June, July & August
6/3 - 8:30 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. 3rd Gr. Field Trip
6/3 - 8th Gr. Promotion - Gym
6/4 - 11:20 a.m. Early Dismissal - Last Day of Classes
6/4 - Elementary Report Cards Sent Home
6/4 - No Early Childhood
6/7 - Middle School Report Cards Mailed
7/26 - 7:00 p.m. - Missoula Theater - Jack and the Beanstalk
7/27 - 11:00 a.m. - Missoula Theater - Jack and the Beanstalk
8/22 - 3:30-7:00 IGEMS Back to School Night
8/22 - 3:00 IGEMS School Pictures - IGEMS Gym
Summer School For Students Going Into Grades 1-4
Kindergarten Jump Start
Happy Earth Day
Buddy Bench in Memory of Azhara Kennicker
Azhara would have turned 6 on April 24th and to help celebrate her birthday and remember their incredible friend, Azhara’s family and the 4K Superstars started a campaign to add a buddy bench to the playground. A buddy bench is a simple idea to eliminate loneliness and foster friendships on the playground by spreading the message of inclusion and kindness. The IGEMS students along with Student Council generously donated the money needed for the Buddy Bench! The Buddy Bench will be added to the IGEMS playground this summer.
Panther Outdoor Education Day 2019
MS Forensics Competition
Haddie McLean, News 3 Meteorologist Visits IGEMS First Grade Students
Can You Say Metamorphosis? 🐛 ➡️ 🦋
Thank You For Another Great Silent Auction For Cancer
2nd Graders Enjoyed Their Guest Speaker, Greg Clark
School Lunch Hero Day
A big shout out to our kitchen staff for making everyday Panther Pawesome at IGSD.
Mrs. Boldt's class decided to honor our cooks for School Lunch Hero Day by cooking lunch for them. The students organized and brought food for the luncheon. On the menu were grilled burgers, baked beans, fruit salad, cookie dough brownies, and a key lime dessert. According to our cooks, we have some future chefs in this class.
Drive to Feed sponsored by Premier Cooperative and Nutra Blend
The Visioneer Design Challenge
Ms. Schmidt and 6 very gifted students gathered at IGEMS at 5 a.m. You read that right, 5 a.m! Now, what would rise these fine students to be up before even the sun wanted to wake up? The Visioneer Design Challenge! They drove all the way to the UW Milwaukee - Peck School of the Arts to compete in a state wide competition of art challenges. The challenge this year encompassed everything about the Global Water Crisis and how we can creatively think of ways to bring attention to it and ways we can help!
Iowa-Grant brought their A-Game, because they received incredibly high medals across the board! Students could be placed in Basic, Proficient, or Advanced for their Long-Term challenge, which means the art project they created for many months. These challenges were created in the mediums of: Animation, Fashion Design, and Game Design.
Out of our 5 competing students, they received 5 Advanced awards and 1 Basic for their long-term challenge. One of our students was a co-captain and went to support, which is an award all on it's own!
What a fantastic experience for a fantastic group of students. We are so proud of our Panthers!
Learning How Plants Change
Writing Contest On "What Makes You Proud of America"
About Iowa-Grant School District
Our Mission is to work in partnership with the community to empower all student to reach their full potential as responsible individuals who strive for life-long learning to successfully compete in an ever-changing global society.