#D168 Excels Award Winner George Bennett
Rickover
Science Bowl
Rickover
Science Bowl
Rickover
Rickover HBCU Door Contest
Rickover
2nd Quarter Honor Roll Assembly
Rickover
2nd Quarter Honor Roll Assembly
Strassburg
Aaron Stump, Briana Penley, Genesis Zuniga, Raul Zuniga, Khylee Eagan, Zion Quinn, Cassidy Dorsey, and Promise Walker were raffle winners for Valentine Bags given by the Strassburg Book Store. Khylee also won a big stuffed dog!
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Dr. Leak congratulates the Strassburg students that reached or exceeded their MAP RIT scores. Students were rewarded with a presentation of THE TRAVELING WORLD OF REPTILES!
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Principal Tunstall has a new reptile friend!!!!
Strassburg
Ms. Kisela joins Strassburg students as they hold and pet a HUGE snake!
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Ms. Ricker's choir students open the Strassburg Black History Presentation with the song, "What a Wonderful World."
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STRIDE Turkey Bowl Winners- Congratulations
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Mrs. Sharkey’s Intervention group work to complete the “unplugged” challenge in coding
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Winning team in Mrs. Sharkey’s “unplugged” coding activity on cooperation and building a foundation.
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Wagoner students perform at Community Fest
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2nd Graders working on Compare and Contrast activities.

A Few Highlighted Events

Thursday February 23, 09:00 AM -
Strassburg Parent Coffee
Thursday February 23, 06:00 PM - 07:45 PM
District Black History Event Rickover
Saturday February 25, 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Strassburg S.T.E.A.M. Saturday School
Saturday February 25, 08:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Rickover Saturday School
Monday February 27 - All Day
Wagoner Scholastic Book Fair

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DISTRICT 168 IS HIRING
CERTIFIED TEACHERS AND
CERTIFIED SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS!
Please click HERE to apply online.

 
 

News & Announcements

Dear Parents and Guardians

Did you know that research has found that very positive things can happen (improved coping skills, better relationships and grades) when parents and caregivers spend at least 15 minutes of undivided time per day talking with and listening to their children? Additional research also reports that children really do look to their parents and caregivers for advice and help about difficult choices and decisions in their lives.

Whether your discussions focus upon family issues, community problems, school concerns, the importance of the Six Pillars of Character Development, or bullying, the messages exchanged between children and their parents and caregivers in just these 15 minutes or more per day, can be instrumental in building a healthier and safer future for children as individuals, family members, students, and involved members of the community.

Let us work together to maximize the full potential of our youth!

"Every Child -- Every Day"

"It Takes A Whole Community To Educate A Child"

 
 
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