TRACK & FIELD FUN The 3rd and 4th graders at Franklin Elementary enjoyed the annual track and field day! Everyone enjoyed being outside with friends just having some fun! THINGS THAT GO POP! Mr. Grigal’s kindergarten class had a pretty epic Science Day this month. What kindergartener doesn’t love life-size bubbles or an explosion of soda!?
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Parkview Indian Education students had a blast at their End Of The Year Party this week! It was a great time for the students to come together as friends and celebrate the end of another successful school year! It was also a great time to celebrate being Native American! We are very proud of each of our students and hope […]
May’s character trait for “Make the Cut” was Citizenship. Recipients this month were (5th Grade) Beau Nelson, Erin Troutwine, and Riley Harju; (6th Grade) Ashton Novak, Madeline Hadrava, and Mayme Scott; (7th Grade) Ayla Troutwine, Michael Kibbe, and Allison Anderson; (8th Grade) Sawyer Williams and Anna Westby. SO HONORED The faculty and staff at the Gilbert campus are very proud […]
Roosevelt is finishing up the school year doing what every one of us wanted for all our students last year – Game Days, Field Trips, Outside Activities, Trips to the Park! We are so proud of all of our students and how far they have come during such trying times. The 6th grade class went to Duluth and celebrated a […]
The Eveleth-Gilbert National Honor Society, advised by Mr. Kevin Burritt, inducted thirteen new members from the Junior class Wednesday evening May 19. This induction was postponed from the fall because of Covid. The senior members of NHS conducted the ceremony with readings and the traditional candle light reciting of the oath. Through the Faculty Council, the NHS recognizes students with […]
VHS was able to celebrate the many student accomplishments at the annual Senior High Award Ceremony held on Friday, May 28th. Principal Mrs. Perkovich challenged the presenters to refrain from using some of the words that have become part of our everyday vocabulary. Dare I say them now? COVID, pandemic and masks…oh my! While those words have certainly been ingrained […]