Lunch will be provided for students at the Knowledge Bowl competition tomorrow! Return time has not been made clear, but I’ll make sure to try to get students back by 3 o’clock. Thanks all for your patience in the coordination of this event!
Attention Knowledge Bowl students! You need to be at the school at 6:30 AM tomorrow to leave for the league competition.
1st and 2nd Graders learned about Jellyfish today! They found out how the jellyfish's stingers work and were the jellyfish's mouth is. The helped make a poster about jellyfish and made a craft jellyfish.
Due to inclement weather and illness, Kid's Church and Youth Group have been cancelled for tonight (Wednesday, January 19th).
There are over 600 snowflakes filling the lunchroom! The students are working very hard and the competition is getting fierce. Thank you parents for all the time spent making snowflakes and cleaning up from this competition! Thursday 1/20 is the last day! We can't wait to see the total and which class will enjoy the popcorn party!!
Pawnee School District RE-12 will be closed Thursday, January 6, 2022 due to blowing and drifting snow.
The 8th graders showed off their sewing skills and made some awesome puppets for the preschool and kindergarten classroom! Great job and Thanks so much!
School will be released and buses will run today at 2pm due to inclement weather. Stay tuned for further updates regarding this snowstorm.
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! We are trying to fill the lunchroom with snowflakes for the month of January! Students can create paper snowflakes at home and turn them in to the cafeteria. The class that brings the most snowflakes will win a popcorn party at the end of the month!
There will be NO Church youth groups meeting tomorrow after school. These activities plan to resume next week. Thanks!
A big Thank You to everyone who sent hats and gloves this year. They are very much appreciated!
We have some incredible architechs, designers, and engineers at Pawnee! These gingerbread houses turned out great! Congratulations to everyone that participated!
🎄The high school students will be having a white elephant style gift exchange on Wednesday during the Christmas party. Bring a $10-$20 wrapped gift🎁 if you would like to participate.🎄
The Junior High student council helped the elementary create Christmas countdown chains and decorate trees today during Pup Power Hour!
The district will use extra ⚠️ caution this afternoon transporting students in these high winds. You be careful too! Thanks and stay safe.
Don't forget to send in your gingerbread houses!
The Class of 2022 would like to invite you to a community dinner before the Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 16th from 5:00-6:15p.m. Enjoy a tasty stew dinner and help support the graduating class of 2022! We hope to see you all there!
The third grade enjoyed a great trip to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. We especially loved the planetarium!
A note from Mr. LeClerc: The Winter Concert is almost upon us! Happening Thursday, December 16th at 6:30pm in the gym, the Winter Concert will showcase each class and their hard work in music class these past couple weeks. This will be the first Winter Concert we've had in over a year, so we hope you'll join us in bringing back some holiday spirit next Thursday! Being that our Veterans Day Program happened just last week, the students have had a little less time to prepare for this upcoming concert than they have in the past, so PLEASE help me in encouraging your student(s) to bring their instruments home to practice this weekend! Another way to help them succeed in being prepared is to listen to recordings of whichever song they plan to perform. Feel free to listen with them and ask questions such as "Which lyrics are you singing?" "Where does your part fit into all this?" or "What's the hardest part of this song to play? Have you practiced it?" More information will be imparted to students the closer we get to showtime, but in the meantime, stay warm and feel free to reach out to me with any questions at email@example.com. Thank you!
The kindergarten students are working hard to learn their high frequency words and become readers.