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A Busy October for the Wolfpack

Elementary News Mrs. Wudtke and her 1 st grade class have created a festive project for the month of October. Each student created their own Jack-O-Lanterns. The 1 st and 2 nd graders also participated and attended Ezrakeats the Snowy Day play at the Denver Performing Arts theatre. The student enjoyed this experience and hope to attend another play. On October 20, . . .

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Health and Wellness

Idalia School District RJ-3 Health and Wellness     Health & Wellness Mission & Policy The Board of Education promotes healthy schools by supporting school wellness, good nutrition, and regular physical activity as part of the total learning environment.  Schools contribute to the basic health status of students by facilitating learning through the support . . .

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Thoughts from the Principal

Thoughts from the Principal A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to fill in for one of Ms. Sayles’ afternoon social studies classes as she was gone to coach a junior high volleyball game.   It was fun to get back in the classroom, where that day we discussed Americans’ form of government: Democracy—both its strengths and greatest challenges.  When I taught United States government, I . . .

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Wolf of the Month

ALYSSA JONES—WOLF OF THE MONTH      Alyssa is a 12-year-old 7 th Grader.  Alyssa is currently maintaining straight A’s and her favorite teachers include Ms. Morgan Reese (Ag), Mrs. Kristi Minor (Science), and Mrs. Kylie Chamberlain (PE/Coach).  Some of Alyssa’s interests outside of school include volleyball, basketball, camping, fishing, hanging out with . . .

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