Advisory time used to practice and apply math skills in a heated game of MATH BINGO!
over 3 years ago, Megan Giese
Students competing at MATH BINGO!
From guest speakers to lab activities to organizing the stages of fetal development, the students in Anatomy & Physiology are working hard during their Reproductive System unit!
over 3 years ago, Malissa Jeffrey
Fetal development card sort.
Guest readers for International Children’s Book Day
over 3 years ago, Jenn Schnell
Mrs. DyPyper
Mr. Mat Hanson
Mrs. Feldhacker
Miss Angie
International Children’s Book Day
over 3 years ago, Jenn Schnell
Mrs. Girres
Mrs. Brown
Dr. Alex Helmich
Mr. Woiwood
A BIG thank you to the GT school board for the purchase of our brand new tuba!! We are thrilled to have such a beautiful and sonorous instrument for our band.
over 3 years ago, Emily Brabant
Congratulations to Informal Geometry as they wrap up their scale model projects! The results have been great!
over 3 years ago, Matt Harder
Scale Stop Sign
Read aloud is still, and always will be magical. Mr. Girres is reading “Pig and Small”.
over 3 years ago, Chris Myers
Mr Girres reading
A year ago, the G-T/R-A Teacher Leadership Team participated in a state wide study which we were selected to be a part of based on the student growth. Iowa has now adopted the TAP rubric which G-T/R-A has used for the past three years for state-wide use! We are excited that the state will now be bringing professional opportunities closer to home for teachers to participate in and continue their professional growth! Check out the article below by Director of Iowa Department of Education, Ryan Wise for more information! https://www.educateiowa.gov/directors-blog/new-instructional-framework-iowa
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Four groups competed in Storm Lake at the districts level National History Day competition on Wednesday, March 20
over 3 years ago, Chris Olesen
Alexa, Sierra, Autum, Daniella, and Kayla
Claudia, Cedes, Grace, Kelsey
Emma, Meaghan, and Madison
Tyson, Jon, and Chandler
As the snow melts, progress is shown on the school addition. It's really starting to take shape with most of the footings in place!
over 3 years ago, Chris Olesen
Looking South
Looking North 1
Looking North 2
Day #2 of learning for the G-T/R-A Teacher leadership team in New Orleans! Our teacher leaders are continuing their learning related to the NIET TAP model. Teachers are ready to get back to school and put our new learning into practice!!
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
NIET conference schedule
NIET conference
G-T/R-A Staff ready for 2 days of learning in New Orleans at the NIET National Conference!!
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
NIET conference New Orleans
Dr. Nathan Dishman, Assistant Professor of Trombone from Iowa State University came to the GT band room this week to give a clinic to our 5-12 trombone players. What an awesome experience for our young musicians!
over 3 years ago, Emily Brabant
More PBIS Celebration fun at Terril Elementary. STEM activities of building a complicated maze with geometric shapes and tallest tower with Wki Stix.
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Maze
Wiki Stix tower
Thank you Sara and the folks at Country Maid in West Bend for the great tour today! As an extension to our breads unit, the Foods 2 students learned about the local company, how they make the products we all love and even got a sneak preview at new items they hope to market!
over 3 years ago, Kate Myers
Foods 2 Group Shot
A musician and an author have time with kids at Terril Elementary during our PBIS celebration.
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD
Musician
Author
PBIS Activities continued. Here the kids receive some “spa time” with volunteers, and the “Littles” (PK) have some free play.
over 3 years ago, Chris Myers
Littles free play
Spa time
More PBIS Celebration day activities. Here the children are doing a craft.
over 3 years ago, Chris Myers
The project
Mrs Harris helps
PBIS celebration day at Terril Elementary. Here the kids hop toward one another and when they meet, they do Rock, Paper, Scissors to decide who gets the right of way. The winning team is the one that gets a person all the way across.
over 3 years ago, Chris Myers
Meeting and deciding
The hop hoops
Buses will return to regular routes in the morning 3/20. Thank you for your patience. Please let us know if there any lingering issues with your gravel road.
over 3 years ago, Graettinger-Terril CSD