It is so fun listening to the kids read good books from home!
Dinosaur learning is fun! The students were able to “teach” us about what they know about Dinosaurs. Our lead teachers were Cobain, Jaxon and McGuire.
Shayann announcing our chapter at state FCCLA
Over $3,000 in sales and 308 books sold at this spring's Book Fair! Thank you for supporting our libraries!
Congratulations to Bella Osvold on receiving her Orange Belt on 3rd Grade’s “Kicking It” Multiplication Program.
SLC FBLA Campaign Luncheon
FBLA SLC Campaign Luncheon
Ready to compete at FBLA SLC
AR reading celebration was a big hit today. Students enjoyed root beer floats and some rowdy games of bingo with some great prizes.
Congratulations to Paige Smithberg on receiving her orange belt in 3rd Grade’s “Kicking It” multiplication program. She is the second student to reach this level. Great job!
Congratulations to Chaos Bays on receiving his Yellow Belt in 3rd Grade’s “Kicking It” multiplication program.
Sign-up now in the school office if you are interested in auditioning for the Missoula Children's Theater. Rehearsal starts Monday, April 8.
5th grade geography project involving #MarchMadness. Students were assigned to research states and cities of the universities involved in the tournament, relevance of the team name, and other geographical information related to the university
Dress up day for your future career at the elementary. Mrs. Harding and Dr. Hirning have found replacements for when they retire.
We are all ready for the book fair next week! Monday through Thursday at the high school. There are books for all ages!
3rd Graders participating in todays dress up day "Readers are Leaders." They came to school dressed as what they want to be when they grow up.
Hooray! It is warm outside! Students can leave their snow pants, gloves, and hats at home! Our playground is muddy so they will still need boots. Also, a jacket is required. If the snow returns, we'll need to get the snow gear out again. Let's all keep our fingers crossed!
7th & 8th Grade Parents, 7th & 8th graders will be issued a Chromebook device to use for all classes & homework. A parent meeting is scheduled for 3/25/19 at 7 pm at the HS to explain an agreement & student expectations. We encourage parents to please attend this meeting.
Fifth graders used their engineering skills during tech time to see who could construct the most efficient catapult using the Rokenboks. It was full on engagement and FUN!!
Parent-Teacher Conferences are scheduled from 4-7 p.m. (or as individually scheduled) on the following days: DCE - March 21 & 26, DCHS - March 25 & 26.