Due to unfortunate circumstances the Strawbridge photographers had to cancel the photo retakes for tomorrow, Tuesday, October 26th. A new date has yet to be determined. They apologize for any inconvenience this may caused.
Next week (October 26-29th) we celebrate Red Ribbon Week. "The Best Me is Drug Free!" See the flyer as to the dress-up days and fun activities.
Economics students in Mrs. Sodersten's class work in groups to create human supply and demand curves and demonstrate factors that can shift the curves.
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Mrs Schmidt's 1st grade class celebrated Unity Day today!
Public Awareness TikToks Continued...
Students were busy working on their Anti-Harassment Public Service Announcement TikToks during Ms. Picha's 7th hour Seminar.
Here are more of the towers being built in the Careers class. The last photo is of the winning tower.
This week in Mrs. Greiner's 8th grade Careers class, groups of students used communication & teamwork to try and build the tallest tower. The record was set at 29” & built by Brennon Day, Zayden Werner & Michael Anderson.
Fairmont High School Students, please consider donating blood on Friday, November 5: 16 year old's click here 17+ year old's click here Thanks! The Blood Drive Team
UNITY DAY is Wednesday, October 20, 2021! WEAR ORANGE to show you are united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
7th Grade Ag exploring Dairy farming in this fun lab. Station 1 - I.D. Milking Breeds Station 2 - Milking simulator Station 3 - Making Butter Station 4 - I.D. types of milk and cheese
PICTURE RETAKE DAY is Tuesday, October 26th. This is for students that were NOT here in August during Registration Days to get their picture taken with the photographer. Remember to use the correct form when ordering as there are separate codes for Elementary & High School.
Mrs. Scheevel's "Learner-Led stations in Pre-Algebra give students the opportunity to teach each other. Another great way to improve study skills and tackle Algebra.
Let's see what's happening in the World of Orchestra.
Passing the torch so to speak. Laura Thompson surpassed the record for all time points in Cross Country with 1,613. A record that had been held by our very own teacher, Leah DeVries Jorgenson with 1601. Leah has held onto this record since 1990! Congratulations ladies!!
A HUGE thank you to the Fairmont Vet Clinic for giving the Animal Science class the lab supplies to provide hands on instruction for our students. The students had an amazing time!
Hey Mr. Brusky, Thanks for being a good sport. He is even leaving everything up all day. SKOL Vikings!!!!
So what do you do when your new Principal brags about the Green Bay Packers in Minnesota Territory? You secretly turn his office into a Vikings paradise. SKOL
The Family Consumer Science 7 students have just finished the sewing part of the Textiles and Clothing Unit. They made an inside pillow (hand sewed it shut) and a pillowcase. The smiles on their faces say it all. They did an awesome job. Great looking pillows everyone!!