Our Marathon Kids Group from the after school program has been working hard. The kiddos spent two days a week walking, running or playing games that worked on physical activity. The students collectively ran 6 marathons.
Animal Adaptations in Science
The 1 st graders are learning about animal adaptations in Science. Students experimented with - Which Beak is Best? The beaks we used were spoons, tweezers, and clothespins. The "food" we picked up was marbles, straws, and . . .
Second grade learns about properties of matter
The second grade class completed their first launch unit this week. The unit focused on properties of matter. Students learned about insulators and conductors. After investigating which materials were the best insulators, the students worked . . .
Kindergarten Info Meeting
April 23 @ 3 p.m.
As most other schools across the state and nation, B-R is having to get creative in preparing for next school year. As a result, a Kindergarten Informational Zoom Meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, April 23, at 3 p.m. This meeting is . . .
"Smile in Style" visit is Nov. 14
On Nov. 14, workers with the Elkhorn Valley Public Health Department will be at Bancroft-Rosalie Public Schools for their "Smile in Style" program. A visual screening will be conducted by a registered dental hygienist. Fluoride . . .
Remembering warmer days
The kindergarteners at Bancroft-Rosalie took their fall field trip to Master’s Hand Candles in Tekamah and Harvest Moon Pumpkin Patch at Oakland. Once the students arrived at Master's Hand, they got a tour of the gift . . .
'Special visitors' teach fire prevention
The Bancroft-Rosalie kindergarten class had some special visitors recently during Fire Prevention Week. The firefighters from the Bancroft Volunteer Fire Department came to visit the elementary and talk about fire safety. The . . .
What's better than making gingerbread houses?
The students in the preschool classes at Bancroft-Rosalie recently got to invite their moms and grandmas to their class to help make gingerbread houses. Helping with the activity were teacher Mrs. Carri Schuttler and paras Mrs. Robin . . .
Seier is coloring champ
Zoey Seier, a kindergartener at Bancroft-Rosalie, recently won a coloring contest sponsored by the Thurston County 4-H Council. For winning the contest, she won a 4-H shirt. Congratulations Zoey!
'I Can Read with My Eyes Shut!'
Students celebrate Dr. Seuss
One name synonymous with children's books is Dr. Seuss. We grew up reading his colorful and peculiar books that taught us how fun it is to read and rythme. We learned how yummy green eggs and ham can be, a person is a person no . . .
It's a pajama kind of day!
The students in Mrs. Wangler’s first grade class got all cozy and comfy last week. The group chose to wear pajamas to school after meeting a goal in math. Each time a student gets a 90 percent or better on their independent work, . . .
3rd graders already learning lots
There are 27 third graders this year. Students "walk" to reading, language, spelling and math groups at their appropriate levels. Mrs. Brummond and Mrs. Zwygart share teaching the other third grade curriculum areas. Being a third grader . . .