National Library Week was celebrated at Third Street Elementary April 14, 15, 16. Students colored a book mark & the winners of the coloring contest were: Avory Gazdecki, Kylie Ramierz, Izabella Pitan, Molly Janke, Kylene Cloud, Liv Hanson & not pictured was Lili Wirtz. Nice job girls!!
My name is Scott Janke, and I am from Alma Center, Wisconsin. I am a student teacher working in Kathy Hanson’s third grade classroom at Third Street Elementary School. As a 20-year veteran of the United States Air Force, I served in all capacities of the Air Transportation field for most of my career. I also taught at the Non-Commissioned Officer Academy where I gave instruction in leadership, management, communications, and profession of arms. Throughout my time in the service, I was stationed and deployed all over the world, including such places as California, Texas, South Carolina, Germany, Japan, Korea, and Antarctica just to name a few.
I am married to my wonderful wife Shelley and have two boys. Gavin is a 7th grader at Lincoln Jr. High and Riley attends Lincoln Elementary in 6th grade. As a family, we enjoy hiking, boating, bicycling, and camping. We also love to travel and have gone together to South Dakota, Colorado, Chicago, Wisconsin Dells, and Madeline Island.
I will be at Third Street until April 3rd. My program requires that I teach in a middle school placement as well; therefore I will begin in a 7th and 8th grade social studies classroom at Osseo Middle School beginning April 7th.
It has been an honor to work with all the faculty and staff at Third Street, and I am extremely grateful for the education I have received at this placement. Most of all, I have loved working with the students and watching them grow over the third quarter of this school year!
- Name: Scott Janke
- School: Third Street Elementary, Black River Falls, WI
- Position: Student Teacher
- Grade: Third
- Cooperating Teacher: Kathy Hanson
- University: UW-Eau Claire
- Major: Middle Childhood / Early Adolescence
- Minor: Social Studies
We will have a full day of school on Friday, March 28, 2014. Originally scheduled for an early release, due to our snow days, we will be in session all day on Friday.
Lifetouch is once again offering Spring Portraits.
The photographer will be at Third Street Elementary on Monday, March 17, 2014 @ 8:00a.m. Payment is NOT required at this time, you will rceive your picture packet when completed. You decide what pictures you want, & then send your payment in and return the pictures you do not want. $43.00 for the entire package or $12 a sheet. If you have more than one student in the district, , you can purchase all packets in your family for one price of $70 . If you would like siblings in the portrait, the photographer will be at Third Street from 3:15 until 4:30 for those pictures . No sibling /group shots will be taken during the school day.
Please call the office if you have any questions
March 21 & April 21 will be snow make up days. Students will attend school on those days. March 21 will be a day 4 & April 21 will be a day 5 on their specials schedules.
In honor of Read Across America, Mrs. McCann’s third graders invited Mrs. Tande’s second graders to come together and read Dr. Seuss books .The third graders made book marks, hats, and certificates for their special second grade reading partners. Everyone enjoyed this special reading time! It was a great way to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss!
Each year our school sets goals to improve our instruction here at Third Street Elementary. One very important piece of that is parent/guardian input. Below is a link to a survey for parents and guardians to take and share your thoughts. This information is extremely valuable for us to make deliberate goals for improvement in our school.
Of course this is just one opportunity to communicate with us. Our hope is that you always feel there is an open invitation to speak with us about your questions or concerns or simply to connect and get to know one another.
Thank you in advance for your time in taking this survey and sharing with us how we can make our great school even better.
Here is the link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/tsparentsurvey2014
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