Today is National School Librarian Day and we want to say THANK YOU to our amazing librarians Mrs. Mollet and Mrs. Hutchison.
Mrs. Whitman's kindergarten class has been keeping busy! They have been watching the lifecycle of their growing pea plants and will taste test the leaves later this week. They are also working hard and showing great character! Derenzo earned the first "Cool Cat" award by being helpful, working hard and using kind words all day with his friends. Keep up the hard work!
Mrs. Marsh and Ms. Wottowa’s 6th grade class had fun playing a game to help with understanding theme!
Learning is fun! Mrs. Engelbrecht's 4th grade class enjoying a game that let them practice area and perimeter.
Mr. Dunn and Ms. O'Neill's 2nd grade class had so much fun learning about graphs and making their own!
Mrs. Klein's class observed the life cycle of a butterfly the last few weeks of class. The students learned about each stage as they watched each caterpillar make a chrysalis, then turn into a butterfly. They released the butterflies today!
Tomorrow, Friday April 1st is the last day to order a yearbook for the 2021-22 school year. See the attached flyer for information on how to order.
Ellis Elementary’s Pie in the Face competition is getting heated! Students have only TWO more days to bring in coins to vote for who will receive a pie in the face on April 8. Last day to vote is Friday, April 1! Will it be Mrs. Lunz, Mrs. Z or Mr. Todd? Money collected supports our Character Education program.
Last night, Mr. John Goelz was appointed to the Board of Education and sworn in by Board President, Mrs. Rachelle Douglas. Thank you to all of our board members for all their service and support.
The Spring Band Concert, held at Emge last night, was a success! Great job band and choir students and a huge thank you to Mr. B!
Giant shout out to Ms. Poettker and Mrs. Phelps for creating a fun and engaging lesson with Ozobots. What a great way to use critical thinking skills in a new and interesting way!! The kids loved the challenge!!
The National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony was at Emge Junior High last night. The students were selected based on academics as well as showing great leadership, character, and citizenship. Keep up the hard work!
Congratulations to our Kids of Character for March who showed that honesty is the best policy. Keep up the great work!
Belleville West’s Student Council sponsored a Kindness Art contest and two of our very own were selected as winners! The art department at West judged the entries and chose the winners! Congratulations to Brynn Flannery-Melson’s and Zoe Powers! They turned their art designs into yard signs. These signs are available to purchase. Each sign is $20 and proceeds benefit the Belleville West Student Council. Their goal is to cover Belleville with Kindness! Contact Lisa Quandt at email@example.com to order a sign!
The Spring Band and Choir Concert is just around the corner. Join us Thursday, March 24th @ 7 PM in the Emge Gym (please enter through the main gym doors). We can't wait to see you there!
PTO Meeting TONIGHT, Thursday, March 10th via Google Meet. Please use the following link to attend the meeting - https://meet.google.com/imd-hvee-gvp
It is School Social Work Week and we want to say THANK YOU to our wonderful Social Worker, Ms. Baldridge.
Thank you to the Ogles Neighborhood for sponsoring a mid-year school supply drive for our district again this year!
Emge students are learning how to Podcast! Stay tuned ….
Ellis students ended Read Across America week with a Pajama Day! Pictured is Mrs. Whitman's kindergarten class wearing their favorite PJ's.