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Dance Team Kids Clinic

Posted by on Jan 23, 2015 in News | 0 comments

When:  January 30 from 3:30–5:00

Where:  Lunda Theatre

All student grades 4K-5th grade  are invited to dancer with the dance team.  Come to the Lunda Theater on Friday January 30th to learn how the dance team practices and learn a routine to the song Let it Go from the movie Frozen.  We will perform the routine on Tuesday February 3rd at the Boys Varsity Basketball game vs. Sparta.  Game time– 7;30.     Please come to the game no later than 7:45.     Meet the dance team in the high school cafeteria to practice before the performance.  Parents must stay until their child is done dancing.  an announcement will be made for all the students participating in the dance to come onto the basketball court at half time.  Please have your child wear their favorite tiger gear or Frozen outfit.

Sign up sheets were sent home with your child this week, please return to your school office by Wednesday January 28th.  If you have any questions, please contact Forest Street Early Learning Center  or Katie Brew @ .


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12 Ways To Teach Your Children The Skill Of Empathy

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in News | 0 comments

Our Guidance Counselor Maddie McRae found an interesting & informative article to check out.

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Winter Fun

Posted by on Jan 19, 2015 in News | 0 comments

It’s finally warm enough to be back outside playing.  The last week was bitter cold, which meant indoor recess.  Students are super excited to be back out in the snow.DSCF4014 (1)

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Christmas Concert

Posted by on Dec 17, 2014 in News | 0 comments

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Third Street Christmas Program

Posted by on Dec 10, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Join us on Thursday, December 11 at the Lunda Theatre for the Third Street Christmas Concert.  Second grade students will perform at 6:30 and Third Graders will perform at 7:30.    Students should report to the Lunda Theatre no later than 15 minutes before their concert time to the classroom listed below as well as pick their students up from the classroom after the concert.

Middle School classroom assignments for 2nd grade:

Room 113—Mrs. Henry & Mr. Cook

Room 110–Mrs. McClintock

Room 112—Mrs. Tande

Room 109—Mrs. Hanson & Ms. Jeffrey

LGI—Mr. Dahlke & Mrs. Jessie

Middle School classroom assignments for 3rd grade:

Room 113—Ms. Ringsred

Room 110—Mrs. Bolger

Room 112—Mr. Young

Room 109—Mrs. Johnson & Mrs. McCann

LGI—Mr. Epps & Mrs. Repka



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American Education Week

Posted by on Nov 21, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Superintendent Dr. Shelly Severson , school board members & administrators served up pancakes for the staff to celebrate American Education Week.  Downloads4

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We’re proud of our Veteran’s

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in News | 0 comments

The annual Veteran’s Day Program at Third Street Elementary was held today.  Veterans & guests filled the gymnasium & balcony area.  Second & Third graders showed off their singing talent with 3 songs & Mr. Dobbs read the names of those Veterans attending the program.   Veteran Ken Schoolcraft spoke to the students about the importance of remembering Veteran’s Day.   This year’s guest speaker was Christina Baurichter who is a Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.    Christina spoke to the students about the similarities of the Army code & our Tiger Way.   She was joined at the podium by her second grade son Jebb .  As always, the playing of Taps signified the end of our program.    Veterans then made a circle around the gym as each student & staff member shook their hands & thanked them for their service.


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More about Third Street Elementary

Third Street Elementary, which houses the district's second and third grades, is located at 206 N. 3rd Street in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Our office can be reached by phone at 715-284-7155.

Breakfast is available starting at 7:30 a.m.

School Schedule

7:45 - 1st whistle
7:55 - All students in their classrooms
2:41 - Dismissal


The Tiger Way

The Tiger Way is an approach to teaching and supporting positive behaviors that the School District of Black River Falls is implementing. Read more. See the expectations rubric.