Below is a link to the video of a science assembly that took place last Friday at Wolf Ridge. Our students put A LOT of work into this and even had the opportunity to present their efforts to a large audience. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bitvx-ERLR0
Today, Michael Johnson and Mathew Gibson were special guest speakers in 2nd grade. These students have been learning about ways to help their community as they have engaged in an inquiry-based unit on the new social science standards for Illinois. Gibson and Johnson have been active members of BSA since elementary school. They discussed the importance of being involved in your community and doing things to help others. We would like to thank them for teaching us how to serve others by being a part of the Boy Scouts of America.
Congratulations to the March Patriots of the Month: Raylen Carter, Leela Hornbeck, Aubrey Guess, Riley Jones, Clark Thyer, Bryce Needs, Vivien Wilcox, Kory Robinson, Ryenne Lahey, Renesa Barrett Cheyann Higgins, Jack Wieseman, Dax Ronen, Arianna Bushman, Phoenix Ratfliffe, Avery Steward, Kylee Crutchley, Carson Anderson
Ms. Michalski helped students enter their artwork into the National Heart Month Poster Contest. Grace Burris of 5th grade was the grand prize winner in Macoupin County.Grace received a gift certificate to Altitude, a professional certificate and a coloring/activities booklet from the Macoupin County Public Health Department. Honorable mentions from our school included: Kindergarten: Ellie Huebner Cash Kirk Bode Breitwieser 1st grade: Keegan McGill Louann Wieseman Gavin Smith 2nd grade: Cheyann Higgins Jackson Smith Olivia Hill 5th grade: Kayleigh Trimm Izabella Hargrave
On Thursday, March 14 the seventh grade students at Wolf Ridge Elementary had a science fair. At the science fair they made their own projects and presented them to local parents and students. The students have been working on them throughout the school year and finally got to show off their hard work. The science fair consisted of many different projects based off of different scientific methods and ideas. It went extremely well and the parents and students loved it! The students had fun throughout the process of the science fair. By Madelyn Landreth, Kaylin Bartee
Junior high track tryouts will be held on Wednesday, March 6 from 3:15-4:30. Students must have a current physical on file to tryout.
Attention all 8th grade parents. The 8th grade baby pictures are due to Mrs. Meisenheimer by next Friday, March 8th. Please label the pictures so she can get the picture back to the correct person.
February 17th is National Random Act of Kindness Day. The students at Wolf Ridge are pledging to #BE KIND. I had the chance to read “Each Kindness” to students these past few weeks and speak with them about how “each little thing we do spreads like a ripple into the world.”
Excited for the new #BHill 8 mobile app