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A Busy November for the Wolfpack

1st Grade Mrs. Wudtke and her 1st graders are wrapping up the first semester quickly. The students are currently learning about the importance of Thanksgiving. They are also learning about the Mayflower.   2nd Grade Ms. Olofson, Mrs. Crossland and their 2nd Graders have created a Thanksgiving activity. Disguise a turkey has been one of the kids favorite projects, and they all did an amazing . . .

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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

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving Break. With Winter Break and the end of first semester just three weeks away, this is a very busy time at the school. Since my last update in late October, we have had our Parent-Teacher Conferences (which were very well attended and productive), Fall Sports came to an end, some of our FFA students attended the National Convention in Indianapolis, the Freshmen FFA students participated in the . . .

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Wolves of the Month

Wolves of the Month—Natalie and Carson Helling Natalie and Carson are 10-year-old twins in the 4th Grade. The Helling twins are straight-A students. Carson’s favorite subject is PE, while Natalie prefers Writing. Carson names current teacher, Mrs. Rebekah Wieser, as his favorite, and Natalie lists 2nd Grade teacher Ms. Danielle Olofson and para Mrs. Alyssa Crossland as her favorites. Outside of school, Natalie . . .

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