Dates to Remember
February 11: Elementary Assembly ~ African Acrobats at 1:30
February 12-14: Eagle Bluff Trip ~ Fourth Grade
February 17: NO SCHOOL ~ President's Day
February 21: Coffee With the Wildcats ~ 9-10:30 a.m.
February 26: 7/8th Grade Band Clinic
March 9: MS/HS Conferences ~ 4-8 p.m.
March 9: Elementary Assembly ~ Music Duo
March 12: 8th Grade Field Trip ~ Welch Village /Ski
March 18: NHS Blood Drive ~ 8:00-2:00 in Gym 3
Coffee With the Cats!
When: Friday, February 28 from 9:00-10:30 a.m.
Where: Gym 1
Community members interested in hearing more about building project updates and seeing some student projects/work are welcome to come!
Students of the Month
Congratulations to Zach Luhman and Madison Benda for receiving the high school Student of the Month award for January.
Cross Country Skiing
Course Registration is coming soon!
Student of the Month
Congratulations once again to our Teal House for capturing the most positive behavior points in the Middle School and earning them open campus on Wednesdays.
One of the best ways is to have student choice, flexible seating, opportunity to learn what they want to learn in passion projects, options in their homework assignments, and providing a choice about subject matter within the subject.
Below, Ms. Schleisman is teaching Sign Language to our middle-level learners. Students have the choice of Sign Language, Spanish, or French within our middle school. This is just another example of listening to our students' wishes and offering some choice within their day.
I Love To Read Month
- Book Fair Bingo each Wednesday
- Author Visits
- Grade Level Paired Reading
- Surprise D.E.A.R. for each grade level (Drop Everything And Read)
- Dress-up days on Friday
- Dr. Seuss read by Mr. Opsahl
Love walking around surprising students with a great book read during D.E.A.R. Time!
Spelling Bee Championship
Champion: Aubriel O'Reilly
Second Place: Libby Thomforde
Third Place: Lily Peterson
ELEMENTARY SPRING CONCERT CHANGES
Our kindergarten and first-grade classes will be involved in Informances. What is an Informance? An Informance is a production that is for the purpose of educating an audience about a topic. It can be as simple as inviting parents or grandparents to watch a music class and giving them a brief explanation of the activities the students are doing. It could also be more formal and take place on a small stage. Many schools have gone to this for the primary grades as it is more age-appropriate.
Kindergarten Roundup will be held on Friday, April 3, 2020. If your child is eligible for Kindergarten (must be five years old by September 1, 2020) you will receive a letter in the mail by March 15, 2020. Please contact Sheila Stehr at the Goodhue School if you do not receive this letter - firstname.lastname@example.org.Due to Kindergarten Round Up there will be NO KINDERGARTEN CLASS ON FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2020. All other grade levels will be in session.
Summer Wildcat Care Registration
Summer Wildcat Care Registration is now open through March 25th. No late registrations are accepted.
All information and forms can be found our on our website:
Any questions? Contact Tracey Stehremail@example.com