On Tuesday, January 15th, four Maple Dale students presented their National History Day projects to two judges from Nicolet High School. Adrienne L., Caitlin R., Henry R., and Ethan S. were asked questions and given feedback by the judges. The students have been researching and creating their projects during Fit and on their own time since September. They will be competing at the regional competition on Saturday, March 16th at Cedarburg High School.
Indian Hill celebrated Dragon Day on Wednesday. First Graders put on their Dragon Masks and read Dragons Love Tacos with Mrs. Gersonde on the big screen. They did a lot of roaring and fire-breathing, when the text called for it! It was a ROARING good time!
Please plan on attending the MDIH Cultural Fair! This FREE event is a celebration of our district’s rich ethnic diversity, and promotes cross-cultural learning and experiences for students, teachers, staff members, and families. Watch as the Pandanza Dance Company, fuses dance and music from the Caribbean, Central and South America. Listen to the beats of a Korean drumming group and see Irish dancers leap and dance. Enjoy exhibits presented by school families, all while your
Second grade students held their first “art critique” last week as they viewed and discussed each others’ dessert projects. Our students were very respectful and quite complimentary of each others’ artwork. Thanks to Ms. Gengler for supporting our students in making these incredible delectables!
The Nicolet Recreation Department is hosting an after school Mad Science program at Indian Hill for students in grades 5K/SK-2 for six weeks beginning January 30. Check your child's Thursday folder for a flyer that has been provided by the folks at Mad Science and the Nicolet Recreation Department.
What a way to welcome the new year! We had an all school assembly where the following students were named “Distinguished Dragons” for the month of January: Lily T. Amberly R. Ian E. Brooks H. Mia Y. DJ W. Lily S. Symeon W. Congratulations to these students and keep up the good work! Students who ride Bus 307 were announced as the award winners for the month of January. These students will celebrate with a Glow Party. They include: Grant and Jack S. Lux and Jude O. Dylan H. Ge
Camp Invention will be held June 17-21, 2019! Unmask your child’s creativity this summer in the all-new Camp Invention® program. This summer’s theme, Supercharged, will help students build confidence, learn to collaborate, and transform their wild imaginations into epic creations! Campers who have finished grades 5K-6 at the time of camp will learn creative problem-solving skills while coding and programming futuristic robots, uncovering ancient fossils, designing high-tech s
The Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC) is a semiannual problem-solving contest for elementary and middle school students. The goal of the competition is to encourage students’ interest in math, to develop their problem-solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math. During the contest, students are given 45 minutes to solve 20 problems. Many problems are designed to challenge students and to enrich their problem-solving experiences. Participants are eligible to win ind
December 20 was a gingerbread-themed day! Students read different versions of the story of the gingerbread man, put their detective skills to work finding clues on a scavenger hunt around the building, and even made a bar graph to track which part of the gingerbread man was eaten first! Students finished the day by decorating their own cookies.