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The 2nd graders are practicing their fluency by reading a Readers Theatre story called The Very Hungry Caterpillar. This is a research-based intervention that is good practice for increasing reading fluency.
Click on the picture on the right to see a slide show.
A big thanks to John Melby and Morgan Daniels for donating materials for Mr. Maasen's Archery Unit. Thanks to Mr. Goodwater and Gavin for cutting poles to size. Targets that would typically cost $200 or so a piece were now put together for free! Thanks Guys!!
Starting Monday, May 2 nd , students will not be allowed to charge lunches or seconds unless they have money in their account. Students will be made aware of their balance when they go through the lunch line. Remember you can always check your student’s lunch balance on JMC. We will work with families if you let us know when you are able to send money. Please call 712-646-2016 with any concerns.
Pictures are from the Biology class field trip to DeSoto Bend National Wildlife Refuge. Students toured the National Wildlife Visitor's Center and did some bird watching. Students were also given the opportunity to visit with the curator of the Steamboat Bertrand who discussed how the items were preserved and the impact of the flooding of 2011.
Mrs. Nunez's 7th grade civics class travel to Des Moines on April 13th to tour the Iowa State Capitol and meet our representatives. The 7th graders were fortunate to meet Representative Jason Schultz and Representative Matt Windschitl. A highlight of the day was with Rep. Schultz in the House gallery. Rep. Windschitl was presiding over debate in the House and announced to the House of Representative to stand and recognize the West Harrison class. Rep. Schultz had the class stand as the representatives gave the class a round of applause. Both representatives escorted the class for pictures on the House and Senate floor. 7th grade . . .
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