We have had a busy end to 2018. Students, K-6, had the opportunity to explore the magic of science while observing labs in the high school science class. Our K-4 students headed to Great Falls to watch the symphony. Many students had the chance to discover the beauty of astronomy via the Museum of the Rockies STARLAB brought in by Ms. Hurley. More recently, we were treated to concerts K-12. During our last school day of 2018, our students and staff will be spending time together. In spending time together, our older students will serve as role-models for our younger students while engaging in fun holiday activities. Last but not least, we would like to thank the community and Chamber of Commerce for the donations made to the elementary.
Looking forward, we will start the new year with the same vigor that we closed the year. On January 2nd we will have an early release. Staff will use this time to work with local law enforcement to review and practice our "intruder drill".
The semester ends on January 11th. For 7-12, the semester testing schedule is out. Semester tests run Jan. 9-11th. As the semester comes to a close, I encourage students to continue to be attentive to reducing tardies and increasing daily attendance. Students, K-12, will be given formal assessments over the next few weeks, to allow us to assess educational strategies and placement to ensure we are serving our students to the best of our ability.
I hope everyone has wonderful break!