The Grand Opening of the new SES gym took place on November 1st. Click on this link for a short video clip of the event, or copy and paste to your browser. http://viewpure.com/EC_ivc_suaA?start=0&end=0
Important Upcoming Dates:
Winter Concert for 1st -5th
9:30AM & 1:30PM
All students in grades 1-5 will perform
at both the 9:30 AM and the 1:30 PM concerts.
Students’ families with the last names beginning with letters A-L are
encouraged to attend the 9:30 AM concert.
Students’ families with last names beginning with letters M-Z are
encouraged to attend the 1:30 PM concert.
Please use the upper parking lot closest to the elementary building to park.
Parking along Water Street is also permitted on this day.
The lobby doors will open at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM for family and friends
Dec 16 & 17 Book Fair
in the SES Library
Dec 19 School Board meeting
at the DO
Dec 21 5K Winter Performance
Dec 26 - Jan 2 Winter Break - No School
This year we have a brand new program here at SES... Owl Safety Cadets The Owl Cadets are responsible, respectful 5th grade students that help make sure our school and students stay safe. You will see these Cadets outside each morning before school begins making sure our Slinger Elementary friends are being safe, responsible and kind. These Cadets are fellow students volunteering their time to make sure all students are safe.
L to R: Quinn Schulz, Bethany Guenterberg, Alex Cunningham,
Maggie Slizewski, Ava Beaudry, Madeline Honkanen
Second grade is partnering with the Ronald McDonald House this year in order to bring awareness to their wonderful organization and to help life the spirits of a sick child and her/his family this holiday season.
SES will participate in a school-wide donation drive Nov. 7th - 18th to bring in items on their wish lists. There will also be a penny war and can tab collections.
On Monday, Oct. 31st we had a kick off to this event where a represenative from the Ronald McDonald House shared the details of the great things they do.
Donations will be collected through November 18th. Thank you SES families for participating in this very worthy cause!
Mrs. Fritzke, who is a nurse at Children's Hospital, came into Mrs. Langhenrich's 3rd grade classroom and taught her students about human bones, how they break and how a cast is applied. All students then had the opportunity to cast each other's fingers.
Thank you Mrs, Fritzke, for sharing your profession with our students!