Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Honoring Our Veterans

 



Wednesday, November 11th  is Veterans Day!  This day is a very important day in America.  
Our students have written letters to show appreciation for our Veterans.  
Below are a few snapshots of the letters that will be mailed out.  

On Thursday, November 12, 2020,
Hope families will be able to access a video of our Second Grade Class singing
"My Country Tis of Thee". 






 




Thursday, November 5, 2020

Friday, October 30, 2020

Knock, Knock! Who's there? Laughing Cat. Laughing Cat who?

 Laughing Wildcats - that's who!  

Yep!  I should leave the jokes to the kids! 
Read below for better jokes from our Wildcats! 


What did the ghost have up his nose? 

BOO-gers

Submitted by: Jacob Fluckiger - 6th grade

And Emily Miller - 3rd Grade


What is a Ghost's Favorite dessert? 

BOO Berry Flavored Ice Cream 

Submitted by: Broady Bennett - 6th grade


Why did the skeleton cross the road?  

He had NO brain! 

Submitted by Knight Denney - Kindergarten


Why are skeletons so calm? 

Because nothing gets under their skin.  

Submitted by Timothy Franks - Kindergarten


Knock, knock.  

Who’s there? 

Ice Cream.

Ice Cream who? 

Ice cream every time I see a ghost!   

Submitted by Jared Adams - Kindergarten    



Why didn’t the skeleton go to school? 

His heart wasn’t in it? 

Submitted by: Damon Bruyer - 3rd Grade 


What do you call a witch that lives at the beach? 

A sand-witch! 

Submitted by Jasmin Pitts - 3rd Grade 


Knock, knock! 

Who’s there? 

Twig. 

Twig Who? 

Twig or Tweet.  

Submitted by: Kourtney James - 3rd Grade 



What kind of music do mummies like to listen to?

Wrap Music!

Submitted by: Breckham Noble - 4th Grade


What is a Math teacher’s favorite dessert? 

Pumpkin Pi 

Submitted by Adalynn Noble - 6th grade 


Knock, Knock. 

Who’s there?

Witch.

Witch, who? 

Witch one of you is going to fix my broom?

Submitted by Vanessa James - 4th Grade


What kind of mistake does a ghost make? 

A Boo Boo! 

Submitted by Jaxon Cometto 


What do you call a huge bowl full of candy?

A Jack-O-Pot! 

Submitted by Kane Van Stone - 4th grade 


Why do Giraffes have such long necks? 

To get away from their stinky feet.  

Submitted by Riley Pitts - 5th grade 


What monster plays tricks on Halloween? 

Prank-enstein

Submitted by Kyler Heilman 









Tuesday, October 27, 2020

First Grade Harvesting the Garden - Yum!

 

Digging up Potatoes! 



The corn stalks were blown down in that crazy wind storm. 


Digging up potatoes is like digging for buried treasure! 
It's so exciting to find one or several.  



Halloween Jokes and Puns..... Send them in!

Halloween Fun with Pumpkin Puns



Grab your cauldron because it’s time to conjure up some Halloween hair-raising

fun with a few candy corn-ball puns!  Send in your favorite elementary

age-appropriate Halloween joke, pun or quote so we can cackle and howl with

laughter and wake up a few zombies!  We will share your jokes with our school

community via the classrooms, the Wildcat Blog and Wildcat Facebook page.

Let’s get this Pun Party started!

Oh, I’m on a pumpkin roll now…

Are you rolling your spooky eyes at me? 


Here are a few dreadful examples: 

How Do You Mend a Broken Jack-o'-Lantern?
With a pumpkin patch, of course!
Creep It Real!

Look for the submitted jokes and puns throughout the week!


Sunday, October 25, 2020

Parent Teacher Conferences.... Virtually or Telephonically

Parent/Family/Teacher Conferences

Parent/guardian/teacher conferences will look different this year! Your child’s teacher will reach out to your family in the upcoming weeks to schedule a time for a virtual meeting. These will be held between November 6th and November 20th in the form of a virtual meeting or a phone call. If you need an evening virtual or phone conference, our teachers can accommodate you.




Thursday, October 22, 2020

Strong Families, Strong Students - October 21st - December 8th

The Strong Families, Strong Students grant initiative program will provide resources to Idaho families to help with their child's learning.  The program launched on October 21st, and families can apply at strongfamilies.idaho.gov  

Strong Families, Strong Students is funded with $50 million in federal coronavirus relief funds.  It enables eligible families to securely access $1,500 per child or up to $3,500 per family credit.  Families can apply between October 21st and December 8th.  The Frequently Asked Questions page can be accessed with this link https://www.strongfamilies.idaho.gov/faqs-2

Honoring Our Veterans

  Wednesday, November 11th  is Veterans Day!   This day is a very important day in America.   Our students have written letters to show appr...