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Geography Bee

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     We have a winner, 6th grader  Mckinzie Archer won the Geography Bee held yesterday. Runner- ups were 8th grader Chase Kreiser and 7th grader Makenzie Chambers.  The Geography Bee started with 36 students from 4th through 8th grade, each student was allowed to miss two guestions before being eliminated. After 4 rounds (35 questions per round) we were down to 7 students then after 5  there were 3. Six . . .

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Dr Malahy: Illinois State Constitution

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As the 7th grade students moved through studying the state constitution, Mrs. Malahy explained how the state budget and education work together. As our guest speaker, she showed the children what a budget looks like, the different sections of the budget, how she and the board work together on the budget, and how the tax payers help the school. At the conclusion of her presentation, the students had a strong understanding of what needed to . . .

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Pay It Forward

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     Mrs. Olson has started a Kindness Initiative at Lostant School. After rereading the book Wonder over break to prepare for the upcoming book club, she made the decision. One thing that Mrs. Olson started was to post an inspirational quote on a board by her room as well as in her classroom. Her hope is that reading quotes every day will inspire kids to think of others and be kinder than necessary. This is a big . . .

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LGS Book Club

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     Lostant Grade School started a Book Club this year. Parents, students in 6th- 8th grade, and staff members were invited to join. Thirteen junior high students, five staff members, and three parents joined the book club the first semester  Members of the book club read either Tangerine by Edward Bloor, or Mockingbird  by Kathryn Erskine.  The Book Club met once a week to discuss what they read, and what . . .

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Second Quarter Award Assembly

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     Second Quarter Award Assembly  was held Friday, January 5th at 3:00 in LGS gym. Awards were given for Perfect Attendance, Excellent Grades, Very Good Grades, Excellent  Behavior  and  Accelerated Reader.  The first semester Mavis Beacon Typing awards were given to the top 2 in 3rd- 5th, that being Sydney Samek and Jaden Busch, for  6th- 8th grades it was Spencer Samek and Salina . . .

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Lostant Athletics are in need of volunteers

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Lostant Athletics is hosting a volleyball tournament on January 26th & 27th . Volunteers  are needed to work the tournament.  The proceeds from the tournament will go toward the purchase of new scoreboard and backboards for our gym.   Please fill out a separate form for each family  member that is able to volunteer. Volunteers Needed

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Lostant Athletics Raffle

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Lostant Athletics raffle has started. You can purchase  a ticket  at any home basketball  game or at the school office. All proceeds  go toward a new scoreboard.

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Crayola ColorCycle

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LGS is excited to tell you about  a very special  program  Mrs. Haynes is coordinating in conjunction  with Crayola. It is called Crayola ColorCycle- an amazing  new program devised to turn used markers  into energy! All around LGS students and teachers  will be collecting  used markers that are ready to be decarded. The markers will be sent to a facility  where they will be converted into . . .

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Lostant Athletics

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The Lostant Athletics would like to thank the following who has donated toward the new scoreboard. Raffle tickets can be purchased at all home basketball games and at the school office. Monitary Dave Callan—Spring Valley, IL Illini State Bank Straughn Insurance Agency—Lostant, IL Grasser’s—McNabb, IL Marty Chiropractic Wellness—Lostant, IL  . . .

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Lostant CUSD 425 315 W 3rd Street Lostant, IL  61334

Phone: 815.368.3392 Fax: 815.368.3132

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