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  • Bus Incident We wanted to make you aware that a bus driver confiscated a plastic look-alike knife from an elementary student at pickup near St. James. The student was waving an object in the bus line. The driver heard it was a knife in which the student proclaimed was real. The driver detained the student as he was attempting to enter the bus. Police were called because the student wouldn’t give the knife to the bus driver. It was confirmed to be a plastic look alike hunting knife. We encourage families to discuss the importance of leaving toy weapons at home. Because of how real toy weapons can appear, school personnel must take immediate action to ensure the safety of students. Safety is the top priority at all of our school buildings and we are thankful that this situation has been handled without incident.
Acrodunk performs at WJHS PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 26 2010 08:50

Acrodunk, semifinalist on America's Got Talent, performed for the junior high on Tuesday March 23 as a rewards assembly for QSP magazine sales. Mrs. Meyer's seminar won the rights to preferred seating and to meet Acrodunk in the hamster rumble contest held in October.

 
2010 Knight Flight "Fun Run Fun Day" PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, March 25 2010 09:15
Who:  St. James School
What:  2010 Knight Flight "Fun Run Fun Day"  A 5K, 1-mile and youth races plus a carnival starting at 11am-2pm
Where:  St. James school/playground
When:  Saturday, May 15th  Registration opens at 8am, races start at 9am.

 

Last Updated on Thursday, March 25 2010 09:18
 
Too Many Daves at Stewart! PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 19 2010 14:32

Did you ever hear of the day, that all students at Stewart School were all named DAVE????? The entire school read the story, "Too Many Daves" by Dr. Seuss and celebrated by having everyone in the whole building wear a name sticker today labeled Dave.




The REAL DAVES had their picture taken at Stewart. Included are Dave Hoffman, Dave Plyman, Dave Sextro, David (student), Dave Hotle, and Dave Henderson.

 
Lincoln Elementary Book Fair PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 19 2010 06:52

The Lincoln Elementary Media Center hosted the Book Fair in conjunction with VIP Day on February 5th.  There was a constant flow of students/ VIPs visiting this event all day.  The Scholastic Book Fair is an annual event.  Barb Schreur, Librarian, said this year’s sales topped last years and brought $1400 into the school.  15% of this money will be spent at the Media Center for new books/materials; and 10% will be used by the PTG on student activities for this school year.  Stewart Elementary had a book fair this fall with comparable results.  This is a tremendous resource that is greatly appreciated by the schools and the students that benefit with the new books and materials.  THANK YOU to everyone that supported this year’s Book Fair!

 
Lincoln VIP Day PDF Print E-mail
Friday, March 19 2010 06:48

Lincoln Elementary hosted VIP Day on February 5th with over 350 parents, grandparents, friends and family members as VIPs on that day.  VIPs were welcomed into the school and shadowed students in the classroom, at recess and enjoyed lunch together.

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