There will be no school Wednesday, November 23rd through Friday November 25th due to the Thanksgiving holiday.

So, How was School Today?

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Have you ever asked your child “How was School Today?” only to get an answer such as “fine”, “good” or “bad”? This could be because of how the question is phrased. It is too easy for students to just give a one word answer. Here are a few examples of ways to ask and actually get an answer!

  1. What was the best/worst thing that happened at school today?
  2. Tell me something that made you laugh today?
  3. If I called your teacher tonight, what would he/she tell me about today?
  4. Tell me one thing you learned today.
  5. Where do you play the most at recess?
  6. Who in your class do you think you could be nicer to?

Help your Child be a Successful Student

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Every parent wants to help their child do their best in school. Here are some tangible things that can be done at home to help foster success at school. 

*Feed your child a healthy breakfast each morning

*Make sure they are getting enough sleep each night

*Attend Parent-Teacher Conferences and ask for specific things to work on at home

* Support homework expectations

*Help your child study by providing a quiet place where they can concentrate

* Know the school rules and let your child know your expectations of them at school

Crothersville FFA Attends the Indiana State Fair

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This past August, seven Crothersville FFA members spent time working at the Swine Barn at the Indiana State Fair. They assisted the Swine Barn officials with unloading exhibitor trailers, preparing the show arenas, working with swine, setting up the show arena, cleaning pens, and general organization for the shows.

The guys stayed the evenings at the fair in preparation to be at work by 6:30 am every day. They were accompanied by their chapter advisor, Linda Myers, and later Brian Clouse. Members were also able to meet Eric Holcomb, Governor of Indiana, at the ground breaking ceremony for the new Swine Barn.