Thanksgiving Point Outreach visited Larsen Third grade. They taught about the scientific method and helped each class make a mini terrarium. Then as part of the North American Research Project the students planted tulips they will monitor and record in the Spring.
It's that time of year already for SEP conferences on October 9th. Sign ups are now available. If you look on the right side of the website you will see a quick link for grade levels. Choose your students grade level and scroll down until you find your child's teacher. Then select a time slot that works with your schedule. You will notice that appointments are booked back to back. Arriving a few minutes before your scheduled time will allow for your teacher's schedule to run more smoothly.
Thanks and we look forward to meeting with you!
If your student needs to have his/her pictures retaken, Lifetouch will be here Tuesday, October 15th. Have your child bring their picture packets back with them in order to have retakes. Students that were not here the original picture day can have theirs that day as well. Picture information will be coming home shortly.
We are excited to announce the new student council for the 2019-2020 school year. They are Aaron Hoyt, Kaiya Reynolds, McKinlee Hair, Porsche Pixley, Kalia Harmon, Noah Beebe, Kelsie Stuprich, Addison Baker, Abbie Hall and Kendra Houck. It's going to be a great school year!
Ms. Linnell is new to our school this year. She teaches 1st grade and is loving it.
Here are some more exciting facts about her-
Favorite subject in school: Writing
Hobbies: Hiking, Baking and painting
Favorite Book: A Zoo Full of Animals by William Cole
Favorite Food: Califonia Burritos and all fruit
Favorite Drink: Dr. Pepper and water
Favorite Quote: "Kid, you'll move mountains! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So get on your way!" - Dr. Seuss
Her favorite thing about Larsen is: "We have a great mascot, a better staff and the BEST students!"
A local firefighter from our neighborhood came and spoke to first graders about how to stay safe if they are ever in a fire situation. He expressed the importance of children knowing their address and phone number in the event there is an emergency. We are thankful for our first responders!
We have been talking about community helpers in first grade. Today we were visited by Officer Petersen and our local EMT's. They shared important safety tips such as knowing your address and phone number, wearing seat belts, and wearing a helmet when riding bikes, scooters, etc. We are thankful for our first responders!