With all of the weather concerns today, we will use caution and close for our second self paced elearning day today, Friday January 12. Lessons will be posted by 9:00, and teachers will be available for questions. Stay safe out there!
The weather got the best of us! We will be closed today, and it will be our first self paced elearning day! Lessons will be posted by 9:00, and teachers will be available to answer questions as students complete assignments. Stay warm out there!
This morning's weather has put us on a two hour delay schedule for Tuesday, January 9. Stay safe, and we'll see you soon!
Reminder: Sign up for upcoming family nights that are geared toward families that have students in grade 2 or 3! Choose 1 of these nights to attend so that you can learn more about supporting your student at home! Click the link below to RSVP for an event: bit.ly/familyiread
We are excited to announce 2 options for upcoming family nights that are geared toward families that have students in grade 2 or 3! Choose 1 of these family nights to attend so that you can learn more about IREAD. Click the following link to RSVP for an event: bit.ly/familyiread
The AHS band and 8th grade band joined together today to bring the sound of the season to the elementary students. The bands traveled to all of the Elementary schools performing for about 20 minutes, ending with a school and band sing-along to Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
Reminder that our 1st and 2nd grade winter program will be held on Friday December 15th at 1pm. See the attached picture for more details.
It was brought to our attention that the October Rhino's Way Winners photo did not get posted to Facebook. I apologize to all of our outstanding winners in the month of October. Congratulations and thank you for showing the Rhino's Way everyday!!!
Congratulations to our November Rhino's Way award winners!!
Mrs. Dominique’s Focus group has been working on creating businesses for our town. This week we are creating these businesses with Legos!
Due to maintenance issues affecting the school's plumbing, Angola Middle School will be on a Live eLearning Day today. Students should log in to meet with teachers online following the posted live learning schedule. A HUGE thanks to our maintenance/custodial staff. They have had a long evening, and face a challenging day tomorrow. They are the best. AMS Live Learning Schedule 1st Period 9:00-9:25 2nd Period 9:30-9:55 3rd Period 10:00-10:25 4th Period 10:30-10:55 5th Period 11:00-11:25 6th Period 11:30-11:55 Homeroom 12:00-12:30
We have some big news to celebrate! The Montessori Early Learning Center (MSDSC's preschool at Carlin Park) has received accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). We are the first program to be NAEYC accredited in Steuben County and only 1 of 178 programs nationally to receive this status! CONGRATULATIONS to all of the staff members at the ELC and to Jami Hubbard, ELC Director, for her tireless work in bringing all of this to fruition! Small Community. Big Opportunities!
Our monster creations are done in Mrs. Baierwalter's 4th grade! These students did a great job creating their monsters. The name of our unit was Monster Mashup.
CONGRATULATIONS to the boys cross country team on making history this past weekend at the Regional Championship race. For the first time since 1954 the Hornets will be sending a team to the state finals! The Team will walk the halls Friday moring at 8am to the applause and cheers from staff and fellow students
Congratulation Angola Marching Hornets on qualifying for the state championship. The band will perform for the public Thursday at 6:00pm at the football field. The police will escort the band on their way out of town Satuday Morning at 7:00am.
First grade has been working on a science project called Dig In! We researched to learn about how animals use their external body parts to dig and scoop. The kids worked with a group to design and build a prototype based on an animal's body part that they thought would be good at digging and scooping. They then got to test their prototypes today!
4th graders in Mrs. Baierwalter's classroom at Ryan Park are learning about genetics and making their own monsters. Students will work with a partner to make a monster creation.
Ryan Park 4th graders attended the Bill Blagg "Magic in Motion" show at the Embassy in Ft. Wayne on Tuesday, October 3rd. They learned about Newton's Laws of Motion and the illusions that "break" those laws.
Ryan Park 4th graders have had an amazing few weeks! We have attended the Soil Conservation field trip at Pokagon, History Fest at Commons Park, and enjoyed the wonderful sounds of the Ft. Wayne Philharmonic Quintet.
It was reported to MSD Administration that there was a report of a shooting in town. Per MSD Safety Protocol all MSD buildings were put on a lockdown/hold. After about five minutes the lockdown/hold was lifted after admistration received the all clear from local authorities. All students and staff are safe and all schools have now resumed normal operations.