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Elk Valley School
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
“Everyone has sat under the shade of a tree they didn’t plant!”
Teaching community and Civic Responsibilities!!
Join in the fun, students will be working around the communities cleaning up, painting, planting, and doing repairs.
Lunch and Refreshments will be served.
Call Sharon at 642-3021 to volunteer
KRR After School Program
wraps up another semester of fun with a Pirate Day theme. Students had pirate food, watched “Swiss Family Robinson”, and learned about how to take care of their teeth through nutrition and good health habits.
Wednesday, March 30, Elk Valley students had the opportunity to learn about the wind farm that is located in Elk County. The high school students went in the morning and were back for lunch. The elementary students went after lunch.
Students learned the parts of the wind turbine, the cost to build, how the turbine works, the energy gathered goes to Tennessee, and Elk County has 111 wind turbines. Interesting facts about the wind turbines are that the motors are the size of a school bus, if there is lightning within 60 miles the crew must be prepared to leave, and if lightning is within 30 miles of the wind farm no one can be on the field. Sadly, the weather did not work in our favor and not all students had the opportunity to get up close to the wind turbines.
Click on the image to go to the Baseball Website.
It will have calendars, game summaries, and other information including maps to the various game/practice locations.
Elk Valley is collecting pop tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Please save your tabs off of cans and help families with children who are hospitalized to have a "Home away from home" during their child's hospital stay.
Send them to school for collection and donation.
Elk Valley USD 283 Board Room
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