It's a beautiful day for prom! Grand March is at 7:00 PM, doors will open at 6:00 PM! Grand March will be available on Facebook Live if you can't join us in the gym!
2 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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2nd grade has been learning about 2D and 3D shapes. Today they made some art using only 2D shapes. Questions to ask. 1. What shapes did you use on your art? 2. What did you create with your shapes?
3 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Some of our FCCLA members attend State FCCLA this week in Bismarck. Members attended sessions, voted for state and national officers, and competed in their STAR Events. STAR Event Results are as follows: Kensley Ruffo - Food Innovations - Silver and Advancing to Nationals Logan O’Shea, Rhett Laib, Jaxson Wagner - Repurpose and Redesign - Silver
3 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Congratulations to Max Blotter! Max is the newest entry into the Million Word Club! Keep up the great work! "Books have a unique way of stopping time in a particular moment and saying: Let's not forget this." – Dave Eggers
3 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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Congratulations to Mya Kittler, Nora Fiedler, Zella Anderson, and Vivian Schalfmann for qualifying for state music for their saxophone quartet. TL-M has not had an instrumental group attend state music in over 10 years! Way to make it count girls!! Attend the TL-M concert next Thursday at 7pm to hear them play along with many other HS groups that got top scores at regional music contest.
3 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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The Kindergartners have been talking about living things. Today we planted grass in our new Kindergarten neighborhood! Question to ask: 1. What does a plant need to grow?
4 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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REMINDER: Spring Picture Day is tomorrow: Friday, April 12. Order online at my.lifetouch.com using Picture Day ID EVTSMFJ7Z. Or stop by the office for an order form.
4 days ago, Laura Fiedler
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5th grade finished up their “stars” unit and our final project was a science project that students had to compete at home. We had about 3 weeks to create a 3D representation of a constellation of their choice. There was not only a creative component to this project but we had to use some math as well. Students researched each star of their constellation including their distances from earth. When creating their model, they measured distances for their stars by converting each 10 light years into centimeters and had to place their stars accordingly!   This assignment also included a research paper about their constellation and we worked on those in class. Questions to ask you student: What was the hardest part of constructing your model and why? What is the mythology about your constellation?
5 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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4th Grade students are studying collisions. Here are some questions to ask about their activity. How did energy transfer from the ball to the cork?  Which type of ball made the cork travel the furthest?  What is the energy of motion called?  
5 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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Please join the TL-M Music Department on Thursday, April 18th at 7:00 P.M. for the 7th-12th band and choir concert!
6 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Kindergarten has been learning about 2D shapes. Today we talked about Hexagons! We used marshmallows and toothpicks to make our own! Questions to ask: 1. How many sides does a Hexagon have? 2. What is a vertex?
7 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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We have some very exciting news here at TL-M! Over the summer, our school will be getting a facelift which will result in brand new classroom windows and a new cafeteria entrance. With this project and the completion of the gym floor, we will all be returning to school in the fall to a bright, new environment!
10 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Attached is the order form for spring sports photos. Copies are also available in the school office.
10 days ago, Laura Fiedler
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Students that read Insignificant Events in the Life of a Cactus by Dusti Bowling had their name entered into a drawing for a prize. Congratulations to the winners! This wraps up a great reading month! Keep reading everyone! "Reading is essential for those who seek to rise about the ordinary." – Jim Rohn
11 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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Maggie Kinn is the newest member to make it into the Million Word Club this school year. Congratulations! "Reading is an exercise in empathy; an exercise in walking in someone else’s shoes for a while." – Malorie Blackman
11 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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Congratulations to Burke Fiedler! He recently made it into the Million Word Club. "I love the way that each book — any book — is its own journey. You open it, and off you go…" – Sharon Creech
11 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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Spring Picture Day is next Friday, April 12. Order online at my.lifetouch.com using Picture Day ID EVTSMFJ7Z. Or stop by the office for an order form.
13 days ago, Laura Fiedler
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Kindergarten and 5th grade had Peep day! We took a poll to find out who liked peeps and who didn’t! They worked together to come up with a new peep flavors! This afternoon we used jelly beans, toothpicks, and peeps to make a peep houses! We finished our day by taste testing 6 flavors of peeps and made descriptions with our partners! Happy Easter!
18 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Mrs. Wyman's Kindergarten has been working on their singing voices in music class. They have been doing a song called “Lemonade” and they change it to sing about whatever their favorite drink is. The song includes pouring water from cup to cup. They got to practice their pouring skills today by passing the water from one cup to the next. Questions to ask your student: Can you sing the song for me? How does the game work? Can you show me how to pour water gently?
20 days ago, Sheila Schlafmann
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Congratulations to Thad Voth! He made the Million Word Club today! “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” Dr. Seuss
21 days ago, Kurt Ziebarth
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