School News

1st Grade Celebrates Science Day With 4th Grade

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We had a wonderful day celebrating science! Mrs. Shepherd's and Mr. Scoubes' fourth grade classes invited Mrs. Wilson's and Mrs. Taylor's first grade classes to participate in some STEM activities! Our goal was to build the tallest tower (some of us had straws, some had cups, and some only had spaghetti noodles!). Some towers even had to hold an egg for 15 seconds! It was exciting to see our students work together and create new, bright ideas. We all developed a better appreciation of science in action!

4th Grade Egg Towers

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Mrs. Shepherd's class had an "Egg"celent Science Day!  We worked together to create egg towers.  Our mission was to build the tallest and strongest tower that could hold an egg for 15 seconds!  We only had two that went splat! We were so excited we almost missed lunch!  Mrs. Shepherd's class loves STEM activities!

Kindergarten Nursery Rhyme Day

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Friday was Nursery Rhyme Day in Mrs. Eckhardt's kindergarten classes. Students picked their favorite nursery rhyme, and came dressed in a simple costume, prepared to tell it to the class.  From Humpty Dumpty and Jack Be  Nimble to Little Miss Muffet and Hickory Dickory Dock all of the kindergarteners did a great job telling their rhymes, and everyone even tried bravely "Curds and Whey"

Mr Scoubes Class Watches Inauguration

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Mr. Scoubes class was able to witness history today by watching the inauguration of President Trump as he was being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.  Students were able to see former presidents, congressmen, senators and many others that help run our country.  They witnessed how the change of power happens and how a democracy works.  We are honored to be Americans.  Thank you Mr. Scoubes also for serving in the military and helping keep us safe and free!

Netsmartz Assembly

Netsmartz came to Larsen today and helped our students learn about being safe on the internet.  Their mission statements is as follows:

Our Mission

NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline. The program is designed for children ages 5-17, parents and guardians, educators, and law enforcement. With resources such as videos, games, activity cards, and presentations, NetSmartz entertains while it educates.

Our Goals

    Educate children on how to recognize potential Internet risks

    Engage children and adults in a two-way conversation about on- and offline risks

    Empower children to help prevent themselves from being exploited and to report victimization to a trusted adult

PTA Reflections District Level Awards

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 Zoe Mae Cybulski, Allison Slaugh, Lexi Anderson, Linsey Henricksen, Brighton Hall  and Ella Nielsen received awards at the District level for their PTA Reflections entries.  This years theme was "What is Your Story?"  Allison Slaugh will be moving onto State with her Literature entry.  We are so proud of you students! 

 

5th and 6th Grade Science Fair Jan 26

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Larsen 5th and 6th grade science fair is coming up soon on Jan. 26th.  We hope your students have been working on their projects.  Parents will be able to visit and see the projects that afternoon between12: 45 and 2:30.  Please come out and support your students!

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