Mrs. Berg's 3rd grade class would like to extend a BIG THANK YOU to Becca Fleming for teaching Junior Achievement in our classroom this year! Our class had so much fun learning all about the different parts and contributors of a community. Thank you, Becca! You are appreciated!
Last Friday, 7th and 8th grader students enjoyed an evening of fun and dancing at MORP! Crowned king and queen of MORP are Lucy and Colten!
Kindergarten students went to the Crosslake Campground last week for their field trip. Students learned about water safety from Bobber, toured the Dam with a camp ranger, discovered living creatures in area lakes from a nature expert, listened to a story read by Paul Bunyan, went on a scavenger hunt and played at the park. The weather was perfect and all enjoyed the day!
Our DAPE students have been out on the paved trails enjoying the nice weather the last few Fridays!
Last week, 7th graders, ventured to Trout Lake Camp in Pine Rive. While they were there they played laser tag, went ziplining, climb the high ropes and much more.
Shown here are two students from Fine Art, showcasing their printmaking. Also, shown are two 7th grade students displaying their acrylic paintings. Great job everyone!
Reminder: Junior High Dance Tonight! Time: 6-8:00pm Location: HS commons Cost: $5 Grades: 7&8
Our Senior Spotlight of the Day goes to, Julianna Camacho!
Cuyuna Lakes Lunch Bunch is back! Starting Monday, June 6 - Friday, September 2. Please see the flyer for more details.
The Service Action Leadership Team (SALT) did some clean up of the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area yesterday. Thank you for doing the dirty work so everyone can enjoy the beauty of the Cuyuna Lakes!
Senior Spotlight of the Day is, Colten Daraitis!
As an MCA reward, the 3rd-grade students at CRES were able to have donuts with Mr. Becker. As an extra bonus, Mr. Becker played fun songs on his guitar and everyone sang along! It was a room full of smiling faces!
Six 7th/8th grade Student Council members traveled to Pequot Lakes Middle School for a Middle School Leadership Conference. There were 5 other schools in attendance. C-I students collaborated with other Student Councils to brainstorm what makes a good leader, gather ideas about effective service projects, and analyze their own leadership styles.
The Senior Spotlight of the Day goes to, Jadeyn Brown!
The Senior Spotlight this evening goes to, Kheldon Stich!
Yesterday, our Service Action Leadership Team (SALT) took a brief walk to the Crosby Memorial Park to plant a tree!
Mr. Lang worked with 3rd graders to get them geared up for some bike lessons. Students worked on the ABC Quick check to make sure their bikes were ready to ride. A - Air B - Brakes C- Chain Quick - Quick Release or bolts on tires Check - Check the bike for any loose parts They also worked on helmet fitting - 2,2,and 2 2 - Only 2 fingers should fit between your eyebrows and the bottom of the helmet. 2 - 2 straps making a V around your ears. 2 - 2 fingers fitting in between the chin strap and your chin. Some students worked on the power pedal. - Power pedal allows the strongest possible pedal stroke to propel your bike forward from a stop. Other students were working on the neutral position on their bike which gave them balance and control on the bike. What great lessons to learn! Thank you, Mr. Lang!
These 5th and 6th graders have worked hard in band to earn their yellow karate belts! Keep up the good work!
Here are the winners of Culinary Arts 1 Golden Spatula Competition for Weeks 1 and 2! Sarah and Summer created a creative and flavorful avocado toast to win the best breakfast competition. Angel and Hailey baked rich and delicious brownies for the dessert competition!
Haley Jones is our Senior Spotlight of the Day!