Due to the heavy snowfall yesterday and today, school will be canceled today at all schools in the district. All before- and after-school activities, including School Age Care, are also canceled. The decision to close school is due mostly to the fact that several roads in the northern part of our schools district are impassable, even though some roads in our district are relatively clear.
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On May 20, 2014, area residents will have the opportunity to vote on a facilities bond that, if approved by voters, would make upgrades and improvements to all district schools, including Forest Lake Elementary.
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Due to the poor weather and closing of school on Friday, April 4th, the Ranger Review had to be rescheduled for Saturday, April 12 at 7 PM in the Forest Lake High School Auditorium. Come and check out over 20 acts from staff members around the district. FLE will have its own staff act. Tickets can be purchased at FLE office for $5 or buy the at the door while they last.
The Annual Arts & Academics Expo will be held on the evening of April 24th at FLE. Registration for performance categories is now closed, but students can still sign up to participate in any of the other visual arts or academics categories. All students are encouraged to enter at least one category.
On the evening of this event, all visual and academic projects will be displayed around the building. Students who will be performing will receive a designated time frame their act will occur. A simple pizza dinner and beverages will be for sale in the cafeteria for families on the run.
We look forward to a great turn out of students, and family members as we enjoy and appreciate the many talents of our creative students.
11-Festival of Cultures FLHS
12-Ranger Review FLHS
13-14 Domino Dough Nights
24-Arts & Academics
Our school had a group of 5th and 6th graders participate in the Math Masters Competition in Maplewood a couple of weeks ago. Sixth grader, Steven Winnick took the top spot out of 98 competitors in the individual competition with a perfect score. Additionally, Peter Hollenkamp, Hunter Lange, Blaine Lewellen, Brieja Parent and Lily Walesheck all placed in the top 30 out of 98 students in the Basic Skills Challenge. Thanks to Mr. Sauer and Mr. Henry for coaching this successful team !