Rivermen Clubhouse takes advantage of the nice weather while they can. While they are outside they find a caterpillar. They get their insect/bug home and put things inside it and then they let the caterpillar in there to keep it safe. Enjoy a few of the kids swinging with the caterpillar.
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Brian Brecka and Carl Duley came to visit the fifth grade science class. Mr.Brecka talked about the different fish in Wisconsin. Mr.Duley shared the groundwater model. He stressed the importance of taking care of the surface above to ground to protect our ground water.
over 1 year ago, Betty Glander
Carl Duley-Agriculture Agent, UW-Extension
Brian Brecka-WI DNR, Fisheries
Eagle Volleyball vs Gilmanton @ Pepin. JV starts at 6:00 p.m. followed by the Varsity game. Live stream can be found at the following link: Play by Play and Score for JV and Varsity https://justagamelive.com/clients/alma-pepin-eagles/live/81598 IP Cam for JV and Varsity https://justagamelive.com/clients/alma-pepin-eagles/live/81599 Thank you to our Streaming sponsors: Bank of Alma Dairyland Power Lake Pepin Real Estate Greater Insurance All home event streams can always be found at https://justagamelive.com/clients/alma-pepin-eagles
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
Volleyball
Rivermen Clubhouse plan to enjoy the week by going outside while we have nicer weather. Today they first made chocolate chip cookie dough. Then played outside. Fun times! They worked well in their groups to make the dough. Great job gang!
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Alma School District students benefit every day from the leadership and vision of our school board. Oct. 2-8 is Wisconsin School Board Week so take time to thank these dedicated school leaders. President - Dennis Hetrick Vice President - Todd Myren Clerk - Sarah Danzinger Treasurer - Corey Hanson Member - Douglas Kane
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
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Eagle Weekly for the week of Oct. 3-8 Pepin's Homecoming Week! Have a great week everyone! https://5il.co/1is5w
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
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Whooo's excited to learn about owls? 2nd Graders spent part of their Friday learning about this interesting bird. Did you know they have three eyelids and can can hear a mouse squeak a half a mile away? We learned a lot then made some cute owls.
over 1 year ago, Lynn Brecka
Making owls
Owls
Such creative 2nd graders
Aren't our owls a "hoot"?  They did an amazing job!
2nd Grade paleontologists dug out their fossils.
over 1 year ago, Lynn Brecka
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Finn's fossil
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Football Live Streaming for Friday, September 30 Eagle Football vs B-T @ Alma kickoff at 7 p.m. Friday, September 30. If you are attending the game, come out early and enjoy the Music Club Tailgate starting at 6 p.m. If you can’t join us in person the Live stream with play by play by Chris Creighton can be found at the following link: https://justagamelive.com/clients/alma-pepin-eagles/live/81597 Thank you to our Streaming sponsors: Bank of Alma Dairyland Power Lake Pepin Real Estate Greater Insurance All home event streams can always be found at https://justagamelive.com/clients/alma-pepin-eagles GO EAGLES!
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
Football Team
Congratulations to Alma's 2022 Homcoming Court and Homecoming King Rocky Engstrand and Queen Ryann Rieck!!!!
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
Homecoming King and Queen
Homecoming Court
Rivermen Clubhouse are getting ready for October! They blew paint all over a white sheet of paper …. The master piece …. MONSTERS They love going outside on the nice days! They play tag, house or do obstacles. Wait to see what other fun or silly things they do next!
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Rivermen Clubhouse took advantage of the beautiful day and played outside. They also built forts again and opened up new toys. They all enjoy their time together.
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Rivermen Clubhouse Kids The kids enjoyed making tents and playing under them with flashlights and toys. They also were busy prepping for fun days ahead. Thank you parents for letting us enjoy time with your children. Thank you big helpers too!
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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2nd Graders had fun today making fossils as part of our study about dinosaurs. We made imprints and poured plaster on top. Stay tuned for the results.
over 1 year ago, Lynn Brecka
Now to wait for them to dry
Mallory and Adecyn forming the imprints.
Bridget makes sure hers is mixed up good.
Ray has his all stirred and ready.
Updated Eagle Weekly JVFB at Indee will be at 5:00 tomorrow! https://5il.co/1igw1
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
We are happy to have Mickey Ganschow back in our school! Mickey is a Public Health Educator from Buffalo County who is teaching our 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders life skills. This week, she talked about self esteem and is pictured with Mrs. Baab’s class. They rolled conversation boxes and made positive posters. Thanks Mickey!
over 1 year ago, Sydney Baab
Mickey Ganschow listening to one of the groups.
Self-esteem boxes!
After the conversation boxes, we made name posters of things we are good at to look back on when we are feeling down.
Asya’s box said, “What is something good you did this week?"
Here is the Eagle Weekly for Sept. 26-Oct. 1 Alma Homecoming Week! https://5il.co/1igsv
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Schools
Rivermen Clubhouse Fun
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Rivermen Clubhouse Fun! We played different games, cut and glued things and enjoyed time together today! Even got out the unicorn again for another fun run.
over 1 year ago, Alma Area Elementary School
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Bob Jumbeck came to visit the 5th graders. Bob is a game warden, and he talked about how doing is job is an important part of conservation.
over 1 year ago, Betty Glander
Bob Jumbeck
Students researching their animal.
Students finding out if their critter can be hunted, trapped, or caught
Students discussing why we have laws to regulate hunting, fishing , and trapping.