Morgan, Kendra and Hanna, three of Ms. Seyforth’s kindergartners at Forrest Street Early Learning Center, read a book Called “Help for Lion” during guided reading. They turned it into a readers’ theater and performed it for their class. Watch and enjoy!
Camp Invention is a Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) summer camp new to Black River Falls. It will be held June 23-27 at Third Street. Students can register on-line, or may bring in the yellow flyers that were sent home directly to your child’s classroom teacher. If you are interested in more information, please visit http://www.campinvention.org/ They have a great FAQ section.
Elementary year books are now for sale. If you would like to purchase a yearbook, please make checks payable to BRFPTO in the amount of$10. This can be sent to your child’s school. There are only a few extras ordered, so it is important to order one now if you would like one.
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 it is first come, first serve.
Class lists will be posted on the Lunda Center window by the end of May.
Looking for something fun to do this summer? Join us for summer school!
The week of July 14-18 students will be learning about camping and nature. Students will spend the week doing hands on projects while reinforcing reading, writing, and math concepts learned during the school year. Students will also travel to a campsite where we will enjoy projects, games, and roasting marshmallows.
The week of August 4-8 we will be learning about weather. Students will participate in a variety of science experiments and art projects while reinforcing math, reading, and writing concepts learned during the school year.
Please see below for more information and click the link for the registration form.
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