Crayfish Dissection Lab

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Fri, 12/10/2021 - 16:18

The science department has been at it again. This time it was crayfish on the menu. For dissection that is. These adorable little things are Crayfish are classified in the phylum Arthropodaclass Crustacea, and the order Decapoda on account of their 10 little legs!

Karen Ising

Spirit Week is Coming Up!

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Fri, 12/10/2021 - 08:22

Spirit week starts this Monday 12/13. Come to school and show your holiday spirit for prizes!

  • Monday: Wear your UGLIEST sweater
  • Tuesday: Wear Red & Green
  • Wednesday: Christmas Socks
  • Thursday: PJ Day- Wear your comfy pajamas
  • Friday: Pancake Breakfast and Movie


Let it Snow!

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Thu, 12/09/2021 - 18:26

The first real snow of the season started sticking around noon and didn't let up! Students had fun slipping, sliding, and building in the soggy snow. It's starting to feel like the Holiday Break is just one week away!

Jon, Bowdy, and Skyler

Squid Game

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Thu, 12/02/2021 - 22:17

Just squidding! There were no games, only serious science. The students in Cope and Emily's class took on a squid dissection lab today. They gained a better understanding of the internal and external morphology of phylum Mollusca, class Cephalopoda. I have an 'ink'ling the students will remember this lab the next time calamari is on the menu!

Andrew Jones

Yearbook Cover Voting is OPEN!

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Wed, 12/01/2021 - 15:43

It's time to pick a winner! Students should log in to their email and follow the link to select their favorite cover. This year's contest had 5 amazing submissions. You can see this incredible art in person in the display case in the English hallway. Go to your email and vote for the best one!

SueAnn Harding

Leadership Journals

Submitted by Carrie.pingel on Tue, 11/30/2021 - 19:55

Students in Sue's leadership class learned to craft their own journals. They used the tools and techniques to create their very own works of art from paper, string, and leather. Not only do they look fantastic, but they have a great functional purpose!

SueAnn Harding