High School Biology students investigated the effect of solution concentration on osmosis using eggs. Pictured are students removing the shells of eggs soaked in vinegar in the first stage of their exploration!
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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Graettinger-Terril Class of 2026 become part of history. A field trip in May 2019 started a journey of discovery, hard-work, patience, and perseverance and ended with an event to remember those buried in a mass grave 126 yrs ago.
4 months ago, Shayla Hunefeld
7th Graders KTIV News Interview
7th Graders help those buried get a marker 126 years later,
Class of 2026 is part of history
Weekly Newsletter-Personal Responsibility
4 months ago, Kim Price
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Attention Youth Wrestlers! There will be a free wrestling camp Monday, November 2nd and Thursday, November 5th. K-2nd grade is from 6-7pm and 3rd to 8th grade is from 7-8pm. You may bring your Titan Youth Wrestling registrations those nights as well.
4 months ago, Alex Helmich
High School Anatomy students showcased their creativity by creating three-dimensional models of skin!
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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Day two of National Honor Society decorating pumpkins with the preschoolers! It was hard to tell who was enjoying it more... the big kids or the little kids! 🎃🖤💜
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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High School National Honor Society members had a BLAST decorating pumpkins with the district preschoolers today! Both groups of preschoolers will decorate pumpkins - stay tuned for more photos tomorrow! 🎃👻💜🖤
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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6th graders wrote narrative stories about inanimate objects that come to life. They focused on including dialogue and exciting action verbs. Preschoolers enjoyed listening to their 6th grader and interacted with the objects from the story.
4 months ago, Nicole Voetmann
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6th graders wrote narrative stories about inanimate objects that come to life. They focused on including dialogue and exciting action verbs. Preschoolers enjoyed listening to their 6th grader and interacted with the objects from the story.
4 months ago, Nicole Voetmann
Unified Science students are practicing the concepts of velocity and acceleration. Seen are students timing group members during a race to determine the point their runner achieves maximum velocity. The groups will then make distance vs. time and velocity vs. time graphs!
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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Weekly Newsletter
4 months ago, Kim Price
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It's debate season! 8th graders were paired up to research a debate topic of their choice. Each student chose a different side and wrote an argumentative essay that included evidence that supported both sides of the topic. Speeches were then presented to the class.
4 months ago, Nicole Voetmann
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It arrived!! Thank you @Lysol and @Kinsa for thinking about schools! #titannation
4 months ago, Corey Boe
Our first shipment! 🤒
One of the advantages of passion-driven, contextual learning is it fosters the development of more self-directed learners. These two students have really stepped up and embraced the challenges of operating in the unfamiliar world of adult businesses and community groups.
4 months ago, No Boundaries
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Very exciting news.. the first shipment of smart thermometers has arrived! If you ordered by Oct. 12th, it will be delivered this week! The others will arrive mid November. Pass on the information to get more students involved! #lysol #FLUency @Lysol @Kinsa #kinsa #titannation
4 months ago, Corey Boe
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Last week the Foods students prepped pumpkins for roasting. Once roasted, the pumpkin was used in bars, a dessert and a coffee drink.
4 months ago, Kate Myers
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Tuesday is High School Concert Day!! It will be held in person AND virtually! The concert begins with choir at 7pm in the old Graettinger gym, followed by the band and pep band. Masks will be required for all in attendance. If you choose to watch from home, here is the link to the live stream: https://youtu.be/xr3LwqOToCQ Thank you all for your continued support of our young musicians!
4 months ago, Emily Brabant
Biology students are wrapping up their Systems Unit by dissecting sharks to compare their anatomy to humans!
4 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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Physics students were tasked with finding the displacement between three large pieces of masking tape using vector component addition. They were allowed to use a protractor, chalk, and a meter stick to make their calculations!
5 months ago, Malissa Jeffrey
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5 months ago, Shayla Hunefeld
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