Registering for swimming lessons
Lessons are FREE for K-12 students of the Black River Falls School District. All swimming lessons will be held at the Lunda Center Pool. There are two ways to register.
- Complete the registration form and return it to your child’s school office, or
- Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Summer School 2014 Flyer
Summer Explorations Registration -2014
The School Forest 5K Run/Walk will be on May 3rd.
Please see the link below for more information.
Forest 5K 2014
Parents: Please complete both registration forms and return to the Forrest Street Office.
4kregistrationform Registration Form
Black River Falls 2014-2015
4-Year-Old Kindergarten and Kindergarten
Beginning February 3rd the School District of Black River Falls will be accepting registration forms for the 2014-2015 Four-Year-Old Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs.
Any child who is 4 years old on or before September 1, 2014 and lives in the Black River Falls School District attendance area is eligible for the 4K program. Our 4K program is either 4 days a week for 2.5 hours, or a 2 day a week full day program. Our 4K program is housed at several locations within the district. The 4K program is free to any eligible child.
Any child who is 5 years old on or before September 1, 2014 and lives in the Black River Falls School District attendance area is eligible for the Kindergarten program. Our Kindergarten program is an all-day every day program and is housed at the Forrest Street Early Learning Center. Please note, if your child participated in the district 4K program during the 2013-2014 school year he/she is already enrolled in the Kindergarten program for the 2014-2015 school year and does not need to register.
There will be parent meetings for 4K on Thursday, March 27th from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Kindergarten will hold a parent meeting in May. In order to receive more information about these meetings, please register your child as soon as possible. If you have any additional questions please call Forrest Street Early Learning Center at (715) 284-9406
If registering for 4K please fill out both registration forms. If registering for Kindergarten you only need to fill out the school registration from. All forms can be turned in to ForrestStreetEarlyLearningCenter. Please be prepared to show your child’s birth certificate when registering your child for 4K or Kindergarten.
The 4-year-old kindergarten teachers will be holding an informational meeting on Thursday, March 27th at 5:30 pm. Please click on the link below for more information.
4K Parent Meeting Invite
This is the second installment of what Literacy Collaborative looks like in the School District of Black River Falls. Reader’s Workshop is one of the three blocks in the Literacy Collaborative framework.
The goal of this block for primary students (K-2nd) is for students to gain knowledge of the reading process through guided reading where students in small groups read texts selected to meet their specific needs and through independent reading where they read a variety of self-selected and teacher-selected texts. Students engage in conversation about literature and activities that support comprehension of texts. Other students at this time, when not receiving direct instruction, are actively engaged in independent reading, writing, and word study centers.
The goal of this block for intermediate students (3rd-5th) is for students to read for extended periods a variety of self-selected and teacher-selected texts at their instructional levels. They construct meaning through personal and textual connections demonstrated in weekly reading journal letters between students and teachers, regular meetings in guided reading groups, and literature study groups. Students internalize effective comprehension strategies that they apply to fiction and nonfiction texts.
Watch for more exciting literacy information to come!