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LaCrosse Public Library-Main Library
Thursday, February 22
Calling all middle school students! Join us for a panel discussion by local professionals who will discuss their educational paths and give you a peek into their daily work life. Following the panel discussion, participants will have the opportunity to chat with the panelists for additional career advice while enjoying delicious pizza! For grades 6-12
Show your LOVE for Lincoln/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori. Give the school a VALENTINE!
We know that families are busy and your time is valuable. Instead of asking you to buy, bake, or sell something, the PTO asks you to consider giving a VALENTINE to the school through your donation.
Last school year, the LSM PTO funded over $8,000 in requests for supplies and enrichment opportunities that were not otherwise covered in the school’s budget. That level of funding would not have been possible without your contributions. Please help us to continue to support our teachers and children in 2018!
For each donation, a Valentine HEART will be displayed at Lincoln. Help us create a wall of Valentines to show the students and staff how much they are loved!
To give a Valentine to LSM, please fill out a DONATION FORM and return to the school office. (Paper forms are also available in the school office.)
THANK YOU for supporting our staff and students at Lincoln/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori!
Congratulations to our top three teams who will be going competition at UW-L on February 12:
6th grade: Adeline Marcou-Smart, Kya Smith, Greta Vianden, Abigail Eckert
6th grade: Arlo Wilker, Isaac Trohkimoinen, Oliver Larson, Lillian Bouzek
7th grade: David Eber, Maryann Anibas, Kate Eubanks, Maddey Larsen
Friday, February 23 @ 11:00am
PTO AGENDA & MINUTES
Monday, March 19 @ 6:00pm
PARENT ROUNDTABLE MEETING
(1) School Report Card & Forward Testing
(2) 2018-2019 Staffing
(3) Roundtable-Tech Safety
8TH GRADE- ELLIE HAVERLAND: It is with great pleasure that I nominate Ellie for the November Student of the Month. She is a very bright young lady with numerous possibilities for her future. Ellie is a quiet leader amongst her peers and serves as a role model for others. She is a very hard worker and does what is asked of her to the best of her abilities. Ellie is becoming more confident in her abilities and that reassurance is allowing her to experience even more academic success. I look forward to getting to know more about her as we go through the rest of the school year and see her grow as a student. Ellie is very worthy of being the eighth grade November Student of the Month. Nominated by Mr. Olson
7TH GRADE- MEGAN ANDEREGG: Megan is always ready to learn and is willing to work with anyone. She always has a smile on her face and is very proactive with her learning and asking questions when she needs a little more to help things make sense. The best part is her courage to ask the hard questions because she isn’t ever the only one that has them. By her willingness she helps her peers understand what to do. She is a huge asset to any classroom and I am lucky to have her be a leader in mine. Nominated by Mrs. Norman
6TH GRADE- PA HOUA VUE: Pa Houa is deserving of Student of the Month. She is always willing to participate in class regardless of the activity. Pa Houa utilizes her creativity to express herself and to add her personal touch to her responses and even artwork when given the opportunity. Her willingness to learn and ask questions sets an example for others to follow. Nominated by Mrs. O’Mara
Currently in the art gallery…..over 400 miniature masterpieces are on exhibit. Most of them are also for sale ($10 or less). The reception for the artists will be on Wednesday, February 28 from 3:30pm-5:50pm. Miniature refreshments will be served.
All students are invited to a show!
What: The Lincoln/SOTAII/CMAP Drama Club is going to see BIG FISH on Thursday February 22
BIG FISH: The story shifts between two timelines. In the present-day real world, sixty-year-old Edward Bloom faces his mortality while Will prepares to become a father himself. In the storybook past, Edward ages from a teenager, encountering a Witch, a Giant, a Mermaid, and the love of his life, Sandra. The stories meet as Will discovers the secret his father never revealed.
When: Thursday February 22 from 7:00pm – 9:50pm
Where: University of La Crosse – Fine Arts Center – 1725 State Street
Return PERMISSION SLIP to Mr. Sprain or Mr. Wolcott
We had an exciting day at the FBLA Regionals competition, placing 3rd as a team. Individual results from today:
Parliamentary Procedures Concepts – Lily Bingol
Digital Citizenship – Elisabeth Ammann
Business Math & Financial Literacy – Maggie Hannum
Digital Citizenship – Kate Eubanks
Introduction to Computer Science & Coding – Kylee Zeeb
Creed Speaking – Maggie & Sophie Hannum
Elevator Speech – Lily Bingol
Computer Slide Show – Elisabeth Ammann, Kylee Zeeb, Macy Zielke
Issues in Society – Kate Eubanks
The Lincoln/SOTA II/Coulee Montessori Student Council is sponsoring a Penny War to raise money for New Horizons, an organization that helps women who are in unsafe situations. Each homeroom will have a bucket. Pennies will equal positive points. But, silver coins and dollar bills take away from your total. The class with the highest total wins a pizza party. Good luck and have fun!
1st – Lauren Jarrett
2nd – Devin Annis
3rd- Gabe Kattchee
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