Welcome to March! Elementary schools in the district kicked off the month with March is Reading Month. This month the high school will perform their spring musical, The Little Mermaid. And Lowell continues to clean up after flood waters have receded.
Book fair kicked kicked off this week at Bushnell Elementary School. Students and parents shopped during the first evening of conferences.
Bushnell students also kicked off their Olympic themed March is Reading Month with an opening ceremony. Each class created a flag to carry during a parade.
Bushnell students gathered after their parade for a special show. Alan Kazam treated them to a magic show.
Principal Erin Walters was selected to disappear. She was returned after a trip to Hawaii.
Students also helped out during parts of the show.
In the afternoon, the magic how moved to Cherry Creek Elementary. There, teacher Joseph Audia was part of the disappearing act.
One fifth grade student at Cherry Creek floated in the air!
Lowell High School students continued preparation for opening night of The Little Mermaid. Here Kenny Stump, who plays King Triton, is destroying Ariel’s secret spot where she keeps all of her “thing-a-ma-bobs”.
Waters at Stoney Lake are still elevated, but not nearly as high as during peak flooding. Debris left behind marks the high point of flooding in this location.