Today the 3rd-graders learned about winter safety and then had a Thanksgiving feast in their classrooms!
Ms. Missling's Child Development class is learning about encouraging children to be creative and use their imagination. Today they made turkey crowns, read Turkey Trouble, and disguised our turkeys! Have a Happy Thanksgiving break!
The Life Skills Class made a simple Thanksgiving meal today with rotisserie chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, buns and mixed vegetables!
Mrs. Jones brought these students to the Bethany Lutheran College Honor Band over the weekend. Great job students!
Go to the following link to view the Weekly Parent Bulletin for November 21st - 25th. shorturl.at/sUV27
Our middle school student council collected over 680 items for the Stuff-A-Truck food drive over the last couple of weeks! Thank you to all of our families who donated items to help those in our communities with their grocery needs!
We are in need of someone willing to iron/steam about 100 new choir/graduation robes by December 16! Community service hours for students can be earned! Contact the high school office if you're interested in helping out! 507-726-2110
Dordt University Girls Basketball Coach came today to sign one of our best. Olivia Harazin is a three sport athlete, in college Algebra, Band student with a 3.85 GPA and now a college athlete. Congratulations to her and her family and also to all her teammates and coaches who have helped to get to today's signing. This is a win-win for all.
Students had a great time CELLebrating their cell organelles projects in Mr. Satterness’ biology class this week!
Founded in 2013, Construct Tomorrow was formed to bring awareness to high school students about the amazing post-secondary opportunities in the construction and building trades industries. LCWM students spent the afternoon exploring the fields that were represented at the Mayo Health Systems Event Center!
National Junior Honor Society members hosted another fun and informational story time at the Lake Crystal City Hall this past Saturday! Each month students organize the theme and crafts and enjoy working with the kiddos who come for the morning! Watch the Lake Crystal Chamber news for December's theme!
There will be a wrestlers, parents, and coaches meeting tomorrow night, Nov. 15th, at 6:00pm. This will be for any wrestlers 7-12th grade participating in the season.
It's not too late to sign up! If you accidentally missed the deadline to sign up for the "Angel Tree", you still have time, but not much!! If you and/or your family have special needs and/or would like assistance with gifts from the"ANGEL TREE," please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the following information: your name, address and phone number, the age and gender of your child/children and 2 gift requests per child. We do NOT need the names of the children but please be as specific as possible, especially with sizes, colors, lengths, brands, etc. Please reach out to Cindy Jacques or Crystal McCue, co-chairpersons, if you have any questions!
Four LCWM students participated in the St. Olaf College "Festival of Bands" this weekend along with LCWM alumni, Grace Moeller. If you want to watch the livestream click here: https://www.stolaf.edu/multimedia/play/?e=4038
Thank you Veterans! Secondary students and staff heard from Sergeant Michael Hintz this morning and our elementary students did a great job at their performance this afternoon! Thank you to all who have served or are currently serving!!
Thank you to our voters for supporting our school district and voting yes to pass the Referendum & Levy Renewals! We appreciate your continued support!! Congratulations to our newly elected board members Josh Sargent, Mike Maurer, and Kari Paul and our re-elected Ryan Jones! Thank you for Danny Schmalz and Dina Voit for filing and running also!
The high school student council members and advisors were able to attend the state student council forum. They learned new strategies for improving school culture, leadership skills, and ideas for future secondary activities. There were over 500 students and advisors that attended the conference from across the state to network and share ideas.
As part of their chapter learning about the Dakota people, 6th grade students designed parfleches, traditional Dakota rawhide carrying cases. Students used traditional colors and designs, on construction paper.
Congratulations on your accomplishments this season and being able to compete at the state level this past weekend!! Great job on a great season LCWM/N Knight Raiders!!
Congratulations to Dani for being selected as KNUJ's Player of the Week!! To listen to her on air interview, click here: https://soundcloud.com/knuj/rec1105-101742?fbclid=IwAR3X2KmVGBAeoEq9tEHQMisWKnl45gb3fy_x23JgwAB1T8VD1AXNFe7feJ8