Articles from October 2020

Summer Food Service Program Press Release

The USDA has issued nationwide waivers which allow school districts and community organizations to extend the operation of the Summer Food Service Program into the current school year through December 31, 2020, or until available funding runs out. […]

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There is a Chicken on the Loose!

News Journalism students, Sean Whitson, Paige Jansen, and Aaron Teckenberg, were filming their Breaking News segment for the Friday Flash. This month, the breaking news is that there is a giant chicken loose on campus. Paige, Sean, and […]

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Healthiest State Walk

DeSoto Intermediate students and staff participated in the Healthiest State Walk on Oct.7th.  This year marked the 10th annual health and wellness event, and great fun was had by all participants.  Students and staff enjoyed companionship, obstacle courses, […]

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Senior Cap and Gowns

Marc Havnen stopped by for our annual cap and gown measurement day.  This year we held our meeting outside so we could distance but still come together as a class.   New experiences for us all.

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CW2 for Cole Williamson

“Thank you Adel for purchasing CW2 shirts to support our son as he begins his battle with Ewing Sarcoma. We feel so blessed and grateful to be surrounded by such a compassionate community!“ Friday, October 9th, students from […]

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Adel Elementary Authors

Adel Elementary celebrates student writers as they take a written piece through the stages of writing by studying mentor authors and making intentional writing decisions. Our young authors immerse themselves in genre studies, study multiple texts, practice new […]

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Tiger Statue Displayed

The Tiger statue stands guard on the campus of ADM middle and high school.  The statue is currently the only form of the newly branded logo in three dimensions. “This statue is something that means more than just […]

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Inquiry in Social Studies

DeSoto Intermediate students and teachers are engaging in an inquiry approach to social studies teaching and learning.  In 3rd-5th grade social studies classrooms, you will find students analyzing historical images and artifacts, using various lenses (historian, economist, political […]

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