Summer school explorations in the Black River Falls School District are an excellent opportunity for elementary students to explore a new theme each week. More importantly, though, it will be a chance for students to strengthen their reading, writing, math and science skills while having fun.
Summer School Flyer 2016
Registering for swimming lessons
Lessons are FREE for Black River Falls School District K-12 students. All swimming lessons will be held at the Middle School Pool (the old Lunda Center Pool). There are two ways to register.
1. Complete the 2016 Swimming Registration Form and return it to your child’s school office, or
2. Email me at email@example.com
If you register online, you will get a confirmation notice from me via email. If you do not receive an online confirmation, be sure to contact me at 715-284-4357 ext. 4256 as your registration may not have gone through. Remember that it is first come, first served.
Class lists will be posted on the window of the entrance to the Middle School Pool the last week of school.
Congratulations to the 2016 Lions Club Honorees! Thanks you BRF Lions for the wonderful meal and honoring these outstanding students! #tiGRRpride..
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The State FCCLA Conference was held at the Kalahari April 18-20. The conference included a speaker, breakout sessions, state candidate speeches..
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Cystic Fibrosis Bike-Walk-a-thon Would you like to win a new bike? Come and participate in the CF Bike-walk-a-thon April 30th. Registration is..
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Over seventy fourth graders from Gebhardt Elementary and schools from around the area participated at the Regional Heritage Fair as part of the..
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Staff gathered April 27 to celebrate the careers of six school district staff members planning to retire at the end of the 2015-16 school year and to recognize other staff members for their years of service.
Lee returned to his hometown to teach here for 14 years following his “retirement” after 27 years in the military. He has earned degrees from UW-La Crosse, the University of Arkansas and Naval War College. Lee is a member of Wisconsin Art Education Association and the middle school art club.
Bob attended both Cashton and Sparta schools. He has been employed as a custodian since April 2008. From 1969 to 2006, he worked at Burnstad’s; for 30 of those years he was a meat cutter. He also worked at Elco Janitorial Services from 2006 to 2007 where he continued to do floor care at Burnstads. He has lived in BRF for approximately 46 years.
All of Tom’s 32 years of teaching have been in Black River Falls. He arrived from Rio, Wisconsin, after earning a degree from Oshkosh. Later he earned a master’s degree from La Crosse. Tom has coached every year. Past sports include basketball, cross country, and football. “I have had the pleasure of coaching with very dedicated coaches. They are genuinely concerned about doing what is right for the student athletes.” He also umpired softball.
Joy has taught 18 years in the Black River Falls School District—27 total. She graduated from Owen-Withee High School and currently lives near Strum. She has earned a BA in English and history from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and completed her EBD certification from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Sarah Strandberg Staff
For 15 years Sarah has been teaching in our district (31 in all). Alma Center was home from 1970-77, but she has lived in many places Sarah earned degrees from UWEC and Viterbo. At Blair-Taylor she was a drama adviser, basketball coach and PTO officer. She has been part of the BLAST program, the District Leadership Team, and an Educator Effectiveness Coach in Black River Falls.
Kris graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (his hometown) before coming to Black River Falls. He has been here 27 years and earned a master’s degree from UWEC. He is most proud of advising the Tiger Investment Club, which has provided more than $50,000 to students over the years.