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We had a great turn out and parents, staff and students read together on the evening on March 5 . Reading together makes becoming literate one of the most important journeys that your child will ever take. YOU are the person who shares . . .
During Read Across America Week, Mr. Alexander issued a book challenge to the K-6 students. He told them if they read 500 books during the week, he would allow them to "OOBLECK" him on Friday. Well....they met that challenge and . . .
On February 17th , Kate Bruns, 6th grade and Andrew Hunhoff, 5th grade competed in the Knox County Spelling Bee at the Bloomfield Community Center. Kate won her division and Andrew took 4th. . . .
Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Today was the preliminary spell-down for the 5th and 6th grade Knox County Spelling Bee. 5th Grade Spellers were (L-R) Jaidyn Warrior, Alexandra Eisenhauer, . . .
ECOC is sponsoring a school-wide fundraising project. We will be taking orders for Great American Trash Bags! This year they have been upgraded to even a better quality. There are 4 different sizes/styles . . .
You will find the elementary scientists in action in the photo galleries! 3rd Grade Shadow Lab-- 4th Grade Mixture Lab--5th Grade Magnet Lab--6th Grade Chemical Reactions Lab & 6th Grade Acids & Bases . . .
Here are some science pictures of what's been going on in science lately. 3rd Grade Kinetic Energy Exercises 5th Grade Light Investigation Stations 3rd Grade Thermometers and Temperature Activity
Click through the gallery to view a few highlights from the 2014 Christmas Program.
"Students enjoy more fun in the snow making GIANT snowballs during recess!!
After two days at home because of the snow and ice, elementary students finally get a chance to play in the snow at school!
Look at all the fun we have in Science!
Each year after Thanksgiving the Elementary School transforms into an extravagant Christmas scene complete with a 12-foot Christmas tree, smaller Christmas decorations, a fake fireplace, life-size Santa Claus and snowman. . . .
Elementary Student Council Challenged the elementary staff and students to raise 500 canned goods for the Knox County Food Pantry for Thanksgiving. Donations were collected each morning at the school entrance for two weeks. The students . . .
There were 83 students from grades K-6 who participated in the Title Fall Library Activity on November 4 at the Bloomfield Public Library. Students were divided into two groups. While one group did a craft, the other group . . .
Sixth grader, Jaiden Johnson was the winner of the upper block pumpkin. Winner of the lower block was second grader Emma Kuhlman. Winner from Kindergarten was Max Bruce. All students were to guess the number of cookies in the jar and the . . .
The local volunteer firemen spoke to the elementary students for fire prevention week on Wed. October 15th .
There will be no school for ELEMENTARY students on October 27th. 7th grade through 12th grade WILL have school on October 27th as scheduled. Our Elementary teachers will be attending a Differentiated Instruction workshop in . . .
The Kindergarten and 3rd grade were able to choose pumpkins that were brought to school by Mrs. Bertschinger. Thank you to her for her donation!
Grandparents Day for the lower block at the Elementary was observed Wednesday, Sept. 17th. Over 90 parents and grandparents were served a delicious meal by the lunch room staff. Everyone is welcomed back anytime, just call the kitchen to . . .
Ms. Claussen teaches 3-6 Science and has 6th grade home room. She will be Mrs. LaVerne Hauger in a few months.
Another school year started in the elementary. These Kindergartener's are headed to their classroom to start the first day of their journey through Bloomfield Schools. Their teacher is Mrs. Ann Wuebben and Para is Ms. McKayla Thiele.
Once again this year our local CHS donated and presented back packs and boxes of tissue to the fourth grade class. The kids loved the cool back packs, the teachers appreciate the tissues and the parents are probably liking not having to buy . . .