The entire school has learned a dance which they recently performed all together. Check it out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSZvu25K-vs
Andy Andress was selected as WHSTCA Division I Coach of the Year for the recently completed girls’ tennis season. Many of the reasons Andy was nominated have nothing to do with team records or even team success in terms of wins or losses. Andy’s team had an 11 and 9 overall dual record. His varsity… Continue Reading Mr. Andress named Coach of the Year
What better thing to do on a cold winter evening than stay after school to read with your friends? That’s what the 7th graders did on January 12 for the annual Read-In. The students build forts in the library and then spend time reading. After some books are devoured, they work together on games and… Continue Reading Reading, games and fun
The 10 contestants in the Spelling Bee worked their way through 178 words until seventh grader Emily N. spelled ‘dragoons’ correctly to win first place. Fourth grader Alex Z. was a close second. Each class 4th-8th grade sent two contestants who spelled words such as richochet, merengue, Hispaniola, grandiose, and incessant. The students did a… Continue Reading Spelling really does count!
An eighth grader at Erin School recently won a grant-writing contest that allowed the school to implement a garden program that she had proposed. Courtney Kirley was the Student State Ambassador from Wisconsin at the 2016 Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador Summit at Purdue University. At the summit, she competed against students… Continue Reading Garden beauty
Several of our Erin Teachers are spending a few days learning from Greg Tang.
The Erin students from 5K to second grade traveled back in time to various decades, exploring different dances and music. Parents and grandparents were greatly entertained as the flux capacitor enabled the audience to experience time travel in a whole new way. Thanks to all the students who worked hard to present a fun program,… Continue Reading Back to the Future
Recently the middle schoolers from the Sewing Service Club traveled to the Washington County Humane Society to deliver the blankets they had made throughout the year. Thank you goes out to the Riteway Bus Company for supplying the transportation.
One of the service clubs for the Middle School has been looking at creating a school newspaper. As our service clubs do not meet very often, it has been challenging to get things done in a timely manner, but the students have now put together their first issue. If you have ideas for the newspaper… Continue Reading Newspaper Club
Our first graders were hard at work planting their bean plants (that they grew from seed), in our gardens that were made possible by a grant from FTP60 to promote healthy eating.