A 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 4pm. Sunny, with a high near 88. South wind around 7 mph.
A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 1am. Partly cloudy, with a low around 74. Southeast wind 6 to 9 mph. New rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch, except higher amounts possible in thunderstorms.
Mostly sunny, with a high near 92. South wind 9 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.
These Second Graders have been busy writing down their secret turkey recipes. Check them out!
Elise's Turkey Recipe
Preheat the oven . . .
My school worker is Mrs. Brokaw. Her job is 4th - 8th grade resource teacher. Her responsibility is to help students. She went to college for four years. She has to like kids.
Arianne and Keith
My school worker is Mr. . . .
Second and Third Graders were invited to Omaha Nation School for a cultural visit. Upon arriving, students were greeted by Miss Pat Phillips. She took the students to her classroom to explain some of her daily routine with her . . .
Dr. Christine Dregalla and Tiffany, a dental assistant, took time to visit Preschool through Third Grade last week. They discussed the importance of eating healthy foods, brushing and flossing, and visiting the dentist regularly. . . .
Thanks to Corey and Stacie Petersen, the Second Grade Class learned more about life on the farm. We learned about machinery, products made from corn, and even got a tote bag from CVA that was filled with information and a ruler made . . .
Lyons Post Office
We asked three questions to Mr. Kevin Tonjes, who works at the Lyons Post Office. They have 320 post office boxes. They have three workers. People buy stamps and mail packages there. Truly, Mr. Kevin Tonjes has a good . . .
First National Bank Northeast
We asked Mr. Haskell three questions about the First National Bank Northeast. The drive through opens at 8:00 to 4:00 and the bank opens from 9:00 to 3:00. His job is taking care of operations and people. . . .
To honor Presidents' Day, Second and Third Graders worked together to research the president of their choice. Each group wrote a report, created a powerpoint, and presented their findings to the lower elementary grades. A . . .
What have swum the seas for millions of years, has rows of teeth that can be replaced in about 24 hours, has cartilage and no bone, has a brain located near its stomach, and can lay eggs encased in a sack called a mermaid's purse? A . . .
The Second Graders teamed up with Super Bowl MVP, Eli Manning
and Scholastic Books to read over 100 books. They took part in a
ClassroomsCare program designed to teach children about reading and
giving. Classes around the country have . . .
Learning about the food pyramid, making homemade lemonade, and
traveling to the fire station kept us busy last week. Check
out these pictures.
Also, thank you to Mrs. Beutler and Mr. Anderson's mentoring
class for . . .
Did you know these facts about Hawaii?
We learned all of these and more while reading Luka's
Hawaii is really the tops of volcanoes that are millions of
In 1778, British explorer James Cook . . .
Second Graders were guest readers in the afternoon Preschool
class. They read their reading story, Henry and Mudge, and
got to know their partners a little bit better. A story and a
new friend, what a great way to end the week!
Second graders visited the band in order to get ideas to make
their own musical instruments. Mr. Rose helped them direct and
experience directing the high school band. The class made
instruments and presented them by making up a short song . . .