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Courtney Goodman Oct 10
“I’m so proud of you!” Best comment I overheard tonight from a dad to his son during parent-teacher conferences ❤️
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Courtney Goodman Oct 9
Honored and proud to be the principal of such a special place!
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Becky (Fischer) Mathison Sep 24
Returning to work after a 12 week maternity leave is HARD. Walking into my office and finding these goodies makes it EASIER! I'm grateful to work alongside such caring people, and to love the work we do! is
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Courtney Goodman Oct 3
Do you know about former SD73.5 students who are still working on performing arts projects? If so, let us know about them by filling out this "SD73.5 Alumni Update" Google form:
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School District 73.5 Oct 2
Middleton families! Due to the rain, we are rescheduling our Walk to School Wednesday event. We will celebrate Walk to School Wednesday on October 16th. We hope you will join us on that date. Stay dry!
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Angela (Sylvester) Merrier Oct 1
Students in 1st - 5th grades are growing their musical vocabulary this year by learning about the Elements of music and applying them during performance.
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Nikki Barnold Sep 25
These first graders did a great job listening to adults and following directions! They got 10 compliments from adults around the building & were able to bring a stuffed animal to school! We loved showing our stuffed friends what school is like!
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César Mendoza Oct 1
A great Symphonic Band performance for the 4th and 5th graders at Middleton! I’m very excited to meet the next class of outstanding musicians!
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Mandy Yom Oct 16
Such a fun day of learning! Apple tasting red Gala, yellow Golden delicious, green Granny Smith. Apple vocabulary skin flesh stem seeds crunchy sweet sour. Apple graphing counting most least!
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Ms. Ahmad Sep 30
Replying to @MsAhmad_SD735
Teachers will be able to "book" this pilot room and test out the furniture while teaching a class in there. We plan to obtain teacher, student, and community feedback through different methods throughout the year to inform furniture choices in the future! (3/3)
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Deb Shawver Oct 3
Learning about quality internet searches with Ms. Glaser!
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Ms. Polacek Oct 7
4th graders are a buzz of excitement about starting band! They loved trying out instruments today!
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Mandy Yom Oct 9
One of the most requested items at homeless shelters are socks! So my school collects socks for the whole month of October which we renamed SOCKtober 🧦🧦! We also wear wacky socks on Wednesdays! It’s never too early to teach the importance of helping others!
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Annie Monak Sep 19
created an engaging to connect and our all school read Wish tree. The students love it!
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Anne Bond Oct 3
Student council speeches are underway! So many amazing leaders in fifth grade!
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Helen Wei Oct 2
Can fall weather finally be here? Practicing our fine motor skills, while creating beautiful fall art and colors!
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Deb Shawver Sep 19
Way to go Hornets! Great running at the Little 9 Cross Country Invite!
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Sarah Hampton Sep 24
My sister, a US Marine (and former D73.5 grad!!!) paid our classroom a visit today, and taught students all about the Marine Corps and answered sooo many important questions they had. Thanks Molly for the experience and I miss you already. ❤️🙌🏼
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Meyer School Library Sep 23
First day of book checkout! There are lots of happy kindergarteners with new books to read at home!
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Mr. Kotvis Oct 4
4th graders participating in Read Across America and Skyping with a Yellowstone national park ranger today!
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