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Locals Chad Richards and Tucker Louthan were moving their feet to the beat of classic country music in the cafeteria of the school this past month. Through the Artist and Residence Program, the students of Idalia High School were learning to swing dance. As part of the cultural experience this year, the two men were drafted by Mrs. Cyndie Weyerman to teach the student body its way around the dance floor. Of course, many of the guys were very apprehensive, but towards the end of the first session juniors Caleb Condrey, Tennisen Hoyda, and Dalton Schafer were swinging their partners around like pros. The ladies of Idalia were . . . read more
On Monday, February 3, first grade students through fifth grade students participated in a “Kick-off Assembly” to promote the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Pennies for Patients. The students heard an engaging presentation about the program and became motivated to raise money for children going through cancer.It certainly worked! From February 3 through the 14, students from Preschool to Fifth Grades were asked to dig in their couches, look for loose change, and rummage through their own piggy banks to . . . read more
At the end of February, we will begin our state assessments.These state assessments get a snapshot of where your child is in reading, writing, mathematics, science and social studies.We are also able to see the progression they are making throughout the years.With the advancement in technology, we are now in the final year of the pencil-paper test for state assessments.This year and next year, we will be moving to the computer-based assessments.In addition, you may have noticed another test that the students will be tested in: Social . . . read more
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