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Speech Team Opens Their Season

  Saturday, January 14th the Ainsworth Speech Team kicked off their season at the Valentine Icebreaker speech meet.   “What a great way to start our season!  Jack Arens led the way with three gold medals, and the rest of the seniors—Jace Kremer, Korey Rathe, Vemund Berg, Miranda Raymond, and Henrik Elsgaether-- also medaled in all of their events.  They’re showing great leadership at practice and in competition," commented Ainsworth Coach Mary Rau.  "The underclassmen were very successful, too, and so we were able to bring home the championship trophy this year.  . . .

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December Birthday Celebration and “Awesome Award” Shout-outs

...elementary students recognized for birthdays and Awesome Awards!

Once a month the McAndrew Elementary students, faculty, and staff gather in the hallway for an all-school assembly. At the assembly, we recognize all the people who had birthdays during that month. We also honor students who received “Awesome Awards” during the month. Awesome Awards result from an outstanding effort in the classroom, a kind act to another student, or the achievement of a personal goal. Once a staff member has recorded a student’s Awesome Award, the student’s name is entered into a drawing. During McAndrew’s assembly this month, four names were drawn from a bucket, and those four lucky . . .

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Little Paws Advisory Meeting

January 25, 2016 Full Agenda Click Here Ainsworth Little Paws Preschool Advisory Council Meeting Agenda Wednesday, January 25, 2017 2:30 pm CNCAP Conference Room

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Elementary Newsletter

Please click on the following link to take you to the Elementary Newsletter. January December November October September

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Virtue of the Week

Orderliness

The Virtue of the week is Orderliness Orderliness is being neat, and living with a sense of harmony.  It is being organized and having a place for things when you need them.  Orderliness is planning something so that it works, doing it step by step instead of going in circles.  Orderliness is putting first things first, and taking care of things you need to do. From The Virtues Project Educator's Guide, Linda Kavelin Popov, 2000, Austin, TX: PRO-ED. Copyright 2000 by PRO-ED, Inc. Adapted with permission. No further duplication allowed.

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