During the last 26 days of school the lower grades at Raccoon enjoy counting down the days with the alphabet. This year we were able to celebrate "D" day by inviting Dad to donuts, and "M" day some Moms came to share muffins. The teachers continue to work diligently to make sure that learning is happening with just a bit of a twist.
On Friday March 17, 2017 Early Childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students were joined by their parents, grandparents, or special friends to work cooperatively at the Lucky Day Stations. The stations included experimentation, creativity, critical thinking skills, mathematics, reading, and just plain fun. At the end of the morning the students enjoyed a sack lunch and received a book, of their choosing, to take . . .
This afternoon Raccoon Grade School students had a fun competition to get ready for the Salem vs. Centralia rivalry this evening. Students divided up into Centralia Orphans and Salem Wildcats. 8th Graders Jonathan, future orphan, and Julian, future wildcat, picked teams of 6 other members from the grade school to compete today in some throwing and obstacle course events to have a friendly contest. Superintendent Matt Renaud reminded the . . .