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The annual Spelling Bee at Erin brought some pretty tough competition. Ten students from fourth to eighth grade vied for the title of Spelling Bee Champion, and they all spelled a few challenging words. Eighth grader Ginny N. finally won the Bee after spelling words such as waddle, neigh, parameters and ritziness. Seventh grader Petra L. came in second. Ginny will represent Erin at the Regional Spelling Bee in February in Fond du Lac. Congratulations to all of our spellers--they did a fine job in a setting that would make most people nervous.
Annual Read-In offers reading adventures
Once again the seventh grade class had the opportunity to stay after school and experience a night of fun activities, including games, a scavenger hunt, pizza, book trivia, fort building, and reading. The evening provides many laughs, some quiet time, very loud activities, and simply a great time to come together with classmates in a different atmosphere than the usual classes. They build reading forts, settle down and enjoy some good reading material, as well as have time to run, bop each other on the head, solve puzzles, count fire extinguishers and eat. It's always an enjoyable time for the seventh graders.
I want to thank everyone at Erin School and the community for your donations and support with my Eagle project.
On 12/20/14 I had my Boy Scout Eagle Board of Review and received the rank of Eagle.
A special thanks to Dr. Kriewaldt, Mr. Mueller, and the Erin PTC.
How do you transform plastic grocery bags to a working rope bridge?
Just ask the eighth graders at Erin. Recently they used plastic grocery shopping bags to create ropes that, when tied together, created a bridge that was strong enough for them to walk across. Students needed to use problem-solving skills, engineering principles, and lots of teamwork to make it happen. Many thanks go to Fox Brothers' Piggly Wiggly Grocery Stores for donating the construction materials.
Erin Students tackle computer programming with “Hour of Code”