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Student Spotlight

First Grade   This last week, an innovative approach for teaching logical thinking skills was used.  The students were given a clue each day during the week and then given an opportunity to guess.  . . .

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First Grade

First Grade The students had been studying the Career Alphabet.  They discussed what skills are involved in various jobs and learned about responsibility for these careers.  To conclude their study on Labor . . .

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First Grade Field Trip to Small's Fruit Farm

The 1 st grade took their field trip to Small’s Fruit Farm at Mondamin, Iowa. They began their adventure by walking through part of the orchard where they were able to pick apples. Mrs. Small explained that they . . .

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1st Grade Spotlight on Success

T his last week the 1 st Grade Class had the opportunity to visit with Mrs. Brittney Perina and Mr. Roger Pond.  Each parent discussed their career/occupation with the class.   Mrs. Perian works the . . .

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First Grade Gets Creative

Who is behind the masks?

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First Grade Career Day

This year we had 3 parents discuss their job/career.     The first was Mr. Matt Hollman. He explained the different tools that are needed for his job.  He showed beans, wheat, barley, and corn plants.  . . .

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Christmas Thoughts from the First Grade

Kenley Brink- that I can spend time with my family   Izzy Christenson- Santa coming   Kashton Dunn- sitting on Santa's lap   Dakota Galloway- Jesus's birthday   Brylee Hayes- . . .

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1st grade field trip

Small's Fruit Farm

The 1st grade took a field trip to Small's Fruit Farm at Mondamin, Iowa.  They watched how apples were sorted, visited the cider shed, and learned how to make cider.  The ride on the hayrack took them through different parts of the . . .

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