Thanksgiving Care Packages

Before Thanksgiving break, the fourth-grade classes put their kind hearts and creative skills to use and made homemade cards for frontline health care workers.

The cards were then added to care packages, that were assembled by two students, at the start of the holiday break.

On Wednesday (the day before Thanksgiving), the bags were delivered to Health Partners White Bear Lake and were greatly appreciated by these hardworking members of our community!

Coming Together

While ‘coming together’ looks very different this year, our Falcons have found new ways to create community and celebrate special occasions.

Throughout the building last Friday, students gathered in their black and orange attire and participated in Halloween festivities. Some classrooms had special visitors and others got to connect with friends from other grades.

** Please note that preschool students are not required to wear face masks.

Principal Gallivan was the special guest reader in Mrs. Follmer’s and Mrs. Rocklin’s preschool classroom.

Mrs. Barry’s preschool class had the middle school ambassadors visit to help with their Halloween party.

And the middle schoolers even participated in a pumpkin carving contest, where they made their Jack-o-Lanterns at home and brought them back to the school for judging. The creations were lit up and on display in the bus lane. Winners were then selected and announced on social media.

Between the special Halloween activities and the return of the warm sunshine, students were abuzz with a level of excitement that made for an exceptional end to the week!