Work-athon at the Staples Cemetery

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On Wednesday, October 17th, SHAS K-5 students earned their Work-athon pledges by raking leaves and uncovering obscured grave markers at the Staples cemetery.  The preschool students earned their pledges by raking leaves and tidying up around the school grounds.  It was a crisp sunny day and everyone enjoyed contributing to a very worthy community service project.  Thanks to everyone that participated or pledge support!

Fire Hall Visit

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All SHAS students walked over to the Staples Fire Hall to learn about the equipment that firefighters use to protect themselves and to save people in emergency situations.  Some of the kindergartners tried on a real helmet, and the 5th graders watched a demonstration of a key piece of life saving equipment.

 

Grandparent’s Day

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After our annual Grandparent’s Day mass, SHAS students had the opportunity to eat some delicious treats and visit with their grandparents.  Some grandparents also took advantage of the opportunity to have a family picture taken!

Old Wadena Field Trip

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On September 26th, SHAS 5th graders visited the Old Wadena County Park where they learned about the history of the first village of Wadena from a fur trade reenactor, area wildlife, bog diversity, tree identification and soil composition.  It was a cold and rainy day but they had fun and learned a lot during their visit.