May16 FCCLA Awards and Installation of Officers. The officers did a great job. I will be sharing a few pictures in a couple of post. Email Ms. Luhman if you want some of the pictures of your member.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
5th grade read and learned about Memorial Day today and built their own flags.
about 2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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What a busy last week we have had at MES! Full of smiles and laughs with our MES Talent Show and Field Day last Friday and then we began this week with a trip to the Lazy Heart D Buffalo Ranch and the MES Save the World Day. We spent the morning doing community service around Olsburg. Sticks, limbs, and trash were all picked up and the students did a great job in taking pride in their community. The fun continues on Wednesday with a trip to the Astro 3 theater in Marysville for a movie and then pizza at Marysville City Park to reward the students for all their dedication to the Reading Counts Program. Bus will leave at 8:45 and return around 2:00 p.m. Last Day Of School will be on Thursday, May 19th with a 12:45 dismissal.
about 2 months ago, Matt Schreiber
5th graders that excelled with exceptions with state testing, got to make ice cream today and enjoy it!
about 2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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8th graders enjoying some sun on their last day of Middle School!
about 2 months ago, Kelli Francis
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***IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT 8TH GRADE PROMOTION on MAY 13, 2022*** Please open this link to read the details for 8th grade promotion. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xm6Vc9l6vklL-pX3J6cwUqnLkkzkgGX-dGyZb5A9udw/edit?usp=sharing
about 2 months ago, John Cox
5th grade got to celebrate making their RC goal today by watching a movie eating snacks, and bringing a special drink.
about 2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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5th grade hosted 4th grade today!
about 2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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Prom Pictures!! If you would like to purchase posed prom pictures, please see the link below. https://www.redcowphoto.com/p773317579
about 2 months ago, Mrs. Katie Jones
McCormick Elementary School is counting down the remaining days of school quickly. It has been a great year at MES and the students and staff are excited to finish the school year on a high note. I wanted to pass along a couple reminders for activities we have planned for the end of the week. Our annual MES Talent Show will take place at 12:15 p.m. on Friday in the Old Gym at the High School. The MES students have been busy perfecting many different talents. You will be amazed with tumbling, jokes, poems, and numerous other talents. You will not want to miss it! At the completion of the MES Talent Show, we will hit the track for an afternoon of field events such as the long jump, high jump, and softball throw. MES Field Day will begin 1:00 p.m. or shortly after. Parents and families are welcome to attend. Thanks, Mr.Schreiber
about 2 months ago, Matt Schreiber
FCCLA members that qualified for Nationals in San Diego will be hosting the meal for the Elementary Music Concert on May 19 which is Tuesday. We will start at 5:45 pm. Come out and support both the Ciarra and Joey as well as all the elementary students.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
Fashion Design
Blue Valley fifth and sixth grade students had the opportunity to go to Lawrence on Thursday, May 5. Students visited the KU Natural History Museum and Prairie Park Nature Center. Students were complimented on their engagement and great behavior at the museum! Way to represent, Rams!
about 2 months ago, Amber Ellis
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We even took a picture with the Jayhawk.  When in Lawrence...
In Essentials of FAID students learned how different fibers absorbed, resist, and burning. Students learned a lot about manufactured and natural fibers.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
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Deciding what type of fiber is the fabric?
Here are the rest of the pillowcases from 8th FACS.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
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Here are a few skirts that are complete from Apparel Production. They did a really good job.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
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Fifth grade learned about metacognitive(Thinking about your thinking) today! Fifth grade did a wonderful job of thinking of questions about the reading. Students also learned skills about highlighting important details while reading.
about 2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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Here are a few more of the pillowcases from 8th grade FACS.
about 2 months ago, Family and Consumer Science
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Community HealthCare System of NE Kansas will once again being offer FREE school physicals for all incoming 5th-12th grade students for the 2022-2023 school year. School Physicals will take place on Thursday, May 12th in the Blue Valley Fitness Center. Any student that will be participating in a PE class, Weights class, or extra-curricular activity sanctioned by KSHSAA, will need to have a physical on file before he or she can participate in an activity. Last year, over 65 students and their families took advantage of this great opportunity to knock an item off the summer to-do list early. Please complete the KSHSAA Physical and Concussion Forms listed on the front page of the USD 384 webpage and have your student bring it the day of the physical. Please contact Mr. Schreiber at mschreiber@usd384.org with any questions you may.
2 months ago, Matt Schreiber
5th and 6th graders had a wonderful time today! Thank you Mrs. Ellis for the wonderful field trip!
2 months ago, Andrea McNeive
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Reminder: Fifth and sixth grade students will be going to Lawrence Thursday, May 5. The bus loads at the middle school at 8:00 AM. Students were asked to wear Blue Valley gear or a blue shirt. Please have students remember to bring their sack lunch. If students ordered one from the school, we will bring them for those who requested one. Book bags for fifth and sixth graders are not necessary to bring to school tomorrow.
2 months ago, Amber Ellis