Young NewsLinksThe students at Young Elementary School spent a lot of time practicing healthy habits during the months of February and March. They learned about healthy habits from the medical assistant, Mrs. Kohut, and then tracked their healthy choices in order to be placed in a monthly drawing. Our two Healthy Hero winners for the month of February were T.J. Durham and Nikolai Radonjich and the winners for March were Emma Semelsberger and Eddie Ahlstrom.Miss Rilee Hathaway won the honor of being Principal for a Day at the annual Young School Carnival. She spent April 17 working in the office, creating forms to be sent home, conducting classroom walkthroughs, checking crisis plans, making announcements, supervising in the cafeteria and visiting the central board office to touch base with the superintendent.Our Jump Rope for Heart, led by Mr. Handley, raised $1218 for The America Heart Association. The students did an excellent job of getting sponsors and improving their physical activity.President Lincoln made a visit to Young Elementary School on February 12 in honor of President’s Day. The third graders were able to learn about his life and ask him questions.The students at Young Elementary School spent Right to Read Week celebrating our canine friends with the theme of “PAWS for Reading.” The week was filled with animal book activities and ended with a Read Across America assembly to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday.The 54th annual Young School Carnival was a huge success. The families were able to enjoy a sunny Saturday using their tickets to play a variety of traditional games, as well as horseback riding and carnival food. The face painting was one of the favorite activities.
Things to look forward to before the end of the year:
Principal Math Club Outing to the movies
Class Picnics with inflatables
Save the date:Back to School Open House…Thursday, August 29 6:00-7:00