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School Report Card
The School Accountability Report Card is a score sheet generated by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for all publicly funded schools and schools participating in the Private School Choice Program. The Report Cards are meant to help show schools how they are preparing students for the next step in their education. It is also meant for parents to see how the school their child is attending compares to other schools in the district and state. At Garden Homes we are extremely proud of our score. The Report Card and an informational letter are attached to this newsletter. View Report Card
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A-Team Boys at State
Our boys’ A-team recently participated in the Wisconsin State Lutheran Basketball Tournament at Concordia University. They played extremely well and made it to the championship game in which they narrowly lost. They played so well that they qualified for the national tournament. What an amazing season so far and we wish them the Lord’s blessing at the National level. GO VIKINGS!!!
WISCO Math Meet
On March 5th, GHLS grades 5 through 8 participated in Wisconsin Lutheran High School’s “Grade School Math Meet.” Our 5th & 6th grade team finished in fourth place, while our 7th & 8th grade team finished in second place out of 18 teams. Out of the 300 students competing Garden Homes had five students place individually. In fifth grade Maya Miller tied for third with Bradley Bauer. Also in the fifth grade division, Alexis Bauer took second. In seventh grade Aubrey Bauer took 3rd place. Finally, Allie Bauer took 1st place for 8th graders. What an amazing group of GHLS students!!!
Spelling Bee Competition
Wisconsin Lutheran High School hosted their annual 1st
grade spelling bee. Garden Homes was represented by five students shown in the picture: Top (left to right) Ja’Niah Addison, Alexander Bentil, Rmani Chambers. Bottom (left to right) Natalie Bauer, Laila Adamany. Highlights from the spelling bee was Laila Adamany (3rd
Grade) and Rmani Chambers (4th
Grade) both finished in the top 5 for their grade level.
K3 and K4 at Betty Brinn
K3 and K4 visited the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum. The Betty Brinn Children’s Museum is dedicated to providing hands-on educational experiences that help children build fundamental cognitive, social, emotional and physical skills. The students also learned about their five senses. We had lots of fun!
School Breakfast Reminder
Breakfast is served daily, to any student who would like to eat at school, in the cafeteria from 7:00 am until 7:45 am. Students are encouraged to have a healthy breakfast to start their day!