Students in Mrs. Kreuger's class are using Blueprint to research and design structures. The first build was a skyscraper.
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J.Kreuger
J.Kreuger
J. Kreuger
J.Kreuger
J. Kreuger
Red and White Day is Friday, February 9!
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
EMS Red and White
Soup-er Bowl Update: 5th/6th Leader: Mrs. Braden's Class 7th/8th Leader: Mrs. Dalrymple's Advisory All items collected go directly to the Elsberry Operation Backpack Program.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
EMS
Don't forget to set your alarms! School is in session Monday, February 12, 2024. This is a make up day from January.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Monday in Session
Feb. 6 Soup-er Bowl Challenge Week Food Pantry Visit Feb. 7 Soup-er Bowl Challenge Week Vision Van Feb. 8 Soup-er Bowl Challenge Week Feb. 9 Wear Elsberry Gear or Red/White Soup-er Bowl Challenge Week 7th Grade to JA Finance 8th Grade to St. Charles Community College Campuses START (DARE) 1:15 5th Grade Homecoming assembly
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
EMS
Just FYI
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
ESD Lunch Balance
Congrats to our 6th grade boys! They brought home the championship from the Bowling Green tournament.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
6th grade boys
Update: Games start at 6, arrive at 5:45. Don't forget about Little Indians Cheer camp on Saturday, February 3! Only preregistered participants can attend. The Little Indians will perform at halftime of the JV game on Tuesday, February 6.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Cheer Clinic
Fifth Graders in Mr. Lindley's class are working hard during Social Studies.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Lindley
Lindley
Lindley
Foods class is currently learning about careers in the industry with Mrs. Black.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
FACS
FACS
FACS
FACS
February Breakfast and Lunch Menus
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Feb Lunch
Feb Lunch
Would your chlld be interested in Art Club with Mrs. Ogden for 5th and 6th grade students? Art Club is starting January 30 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45-4:45 p.m. Don't forget to bring a drink and a snack.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Art Club
This is the last week to sign up for the Mini Cheer Clinic! Who: Students in Pre-K through 6th grade. When: February 3, 2024 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. What: Your child will learn a cheer, jumps, and a crowd involvement cheer that they will perform during the JV/V Boys game on Tuesday, February 6th. Cost: The cost of the clinic is $35.00, cash or checks are accepted. Checks need to be made out to Elsberry R-II. Participants will receive a t-shirt and bow to wear the night of the game. They will also get a snack and drink the day of the clinic. How do I enroll? Please fill out the form below and turn it in with the clinic cost to your child’s teacher by Friday, January 26, 2024. No late forms will be accepted - we are not ordering extra bows or t-shirts. Questions: email Coach Turner or Coach Moeller at rturner@elsberry.k12.mo.us or msteen@elsberry.k12.mo.us. Thank you for your continuous support of Elsberry High Cheer!
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Cheer Clinic
Cheer Clinic
EMS Events: Jan. 23 JHS to Food Pantry Jan. 26 START (DARE) 1:15 5th Grade
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
EMS
Thank you to everyone who attended Parent Summit 2024. What topics would you like to see in 2025?
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Parent Summit Reflection
No school Friday, January 19 due to inclement weather and road conditions.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
snow day
Robotics students are learning about iterative design and the engineering design process by building towers.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
robotics
Message from Elsberry FFA: The FFA is trying something new this winter. We are asking for any gently used or new clothes from now until February 2nd. Clothes can be dropped off at the Elsberry High School entrance, Clarence Cannon Elementary office, or the Ag Building. We are taking baby clothes to adult clothes and anything in between them. Then on February 19th, we are setting up the Elementary Gym with all the clothes for anyone from the community to pick out and pick up anything they may need. The idea is to recycle any clothes that people may have and get the clothes to people in our community who may need them. So we are looking for clothing donations and then help getting the word out about the clothing handout date on February 19th starting at 5pm in the elementary gym. If you have any questions please contact Sarah Ray or Jason Vandivort.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Elsberry FFA
Would you be interested in attending parent summit virtually? Parent Summit is Thursday, January 18 starting at 6 p.m. Follow the link for the virtual schedule. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vTmFTJS9G59BjiUv3zTJwcCNaLzASdbY3pxf0048EDDy9USpF4T_Dnsyka-SWg5rmLQ546wDCeq13I3/pub
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Parent Summit, Thursday, January 18, 2024 Emily Kircher-Morris, LPC, is the host of The Neurodiversity Podcast, which explores the psychological, educational, and social needs for enriching the lives of neurodivergent people. She is the author of several books for parents and educators related to the development of children and teens who are neurodivergent and cognitively gifted. Her private practice outside of St. Louis, Missouri specializes in mental health support for neurodivergent kids, teens, and their families. She will be presenting Creating a Neurodiversity-Affirming World on Thursday, January 18, 2024 as part of Parent Summit. The neurodiversity movement is empowering people who learn and think differently to change the world. Cognitive giftedness, ADHD, autism, and dyslexia are a few of the types of brains that fall under the umbrella of neurodiversity. During this talk, Emily will synthesize what we know about neurodivergent people and how we can create a neurodiversity-affirming world.
4 months ago, Joc Kreuger
Kircher-Morris
Kircher-Morris