St. Peter Lutheran fifth- and sixth-graders recently completed the 12- week D.A.R.E. program. Officer Long is pictured with the class at graduation.
D.C. Everest Area School District
Summer School planning begins
The D.C. Everest Area School District will run a morning kindergarten through eighth grade summer school program this year from June 17 to July 19.
To best meet the needs of students and families, the summer calendar has been adjusted. Students will have one week off after the school year ends and the week of July 4 off as well.
The curriculum places great emphasis on reading, writing and mathematics for all students, with each student taking at least one class in those areas. A variety of courses are offered for students, and the Kindergarten Jump-Start is available for incoming kindergarten students.
Registration information will be sent home with students in March and will be available on the district website.
St. Peter Lutheran School
Students donate to Peyton's Promise
The Crusaders in Action parent group at St. Peter Lutheran School held a school-wide food drive in January for Peyton's Promise. The children collected 518 food items, exceeding their goal of 500.
For reaching their goal, the C.I.A. supplied ice cream sundaes for the kids. Peyton Medick and her mom, Tina, picked up the food to distribute to the local food pantries.
"A" Honor Roll
Fifth and sixth grade: Makinna Balk, Kessa Pepke, Brianna Fenske, Hailey Russ, Emma Loucks, Ellis Bertolotti, Alyse Neumann, Riley Colby, and Sam Russ. Seventh and eighth grade: Jacob Price, Zach Ellenberger, Maureen McGarvey, Amy Groscop, David Burgess, Seth Fenske, Alissa Mahnke, Cierra Mahnke, Maliya Khlap, Austin Schmidt, and Sydney Zimmerman.
"B" Honor Roll
Fifth and sixth grade: Madeline Schuch, Isaac Zahrt, Madisen Balk and Ashley Mielke. Seventh and eighth grade: Kyle Griesbach, Huck Colby, Caleb Jeppesen and Chase Kohlwey.
Bowling marks last DARE class of year
Newman Catholic Elementary School at St. Mark Parish fifth-grade students enjoyed an afternoon of bowling to celebrate their final DARE class.
Coral Lanes donated bowling and shoes for the students, and First Student provided the transportation. Community support continues to keep the DARE program vibrant and up to date.
Officer Jeffrey Zwicky of the Rothschild Police Department used the new DARE curriculum to emphasize healthy choices and wise decision making as its core standards.
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