Kahler Principal Ken Newton, Dyer Police Chief (LC Graduate) David Hein, and Asst Principal Tim Doyle prepare to pop corn at the National Night Out in Central Park on Tuesday August 7th.
Former Peifer students had a great visit on the students’ last day!
On Friday, May 18th, Bibich students and staff participated in their annual Field Day.
Students in Mrs. Campagna's 6th grade classes at Clark Middle School just finished reading the novel Drums, Girls, and Dangerous Pie by Jordan Sonnenblick. As an extension activity to the novel, the students were able to be to make a “text to world” connection by participating in a toy drive for Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. The students were able to collect over 200 items for the children of Lurie's!
Left : Dr. Veracco and Mr. Gandolfi prepare to begin the parade lap which kicked off the highly successful Unified Game Day on Thursday May 10, 2018.
Right : Officer Patrick and Protsman student Anthony Mavropodis display their ribbons after racing the obstacle course on Unified Game Day.
Clark student's Corinne Gillette, Bree Miller, and Maddie Porter participate in the 2nd Annual Bard's Birthday Bash, celebrating William Shakespeare. Also pictured is the skull of Hamlet's Yorick, keeping track of photo props.
Maks Cucuz, grade 5 Grimmer MS, took first place for his design in the Indiana Division of Forestry Arbor Day Poster contest. Congratulations Maks!
Bibich 3rd grade teachers Amanda Caddick, Leslie Hathaway, and Julie Crary, received a certificate of outstanding achievement for their art project contribution to the Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District.
Mrs. Kuhlenschmidt and Mr. J. Clark took a group of high school students to Washington D.C. and New York City over Spring Break, where among other things, they ran into the current Vice President of the United States Mike Pence.