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Fun with science! First graders are learning about animal functions and how their structures help defend against predators.

It was a great day! 😎🌞

Auburn-Washburn USD 437

REMINDER: There will be no school on Monday, April 1, 2024. This date was originally designated as a snow make-up day, but it will not be needed for that purpose. Enjoy the extended weekend!

Calling all scientists! 2nd grade has been learning about properties of matter! They ended the unit with making glue! It was so messy, but oh so fun!

Read the Book, Watch the Movie

The library has some old DVDs that haven’t been used in years. Instead of discarding them we are trying something new. There will now be a few containers of books and movies paired together. There are all reading levels of books. Hopefully this will encourage a few reluctant readers to give a book a try. I wasn’t sure how many students would have access to DVD players, but news to me, they can be played on many gaming devices! If you have any questions email me, Lindsay Kufahl, at kufahlin@usd437.net. Happy reading!

This was a special day for staff and students! They loved the time they spent at Thornton Place! 💚🦊

Auburn-Washburn USD 437

If this doesn’t warm your heart heading into Spring Break, we don't know what will! Kindergarten students from Farley Elementary School and their 4th-grade buddies delivered cards and donation bags to the residents of Holiday Thornton Place earlier this week. They spent the morning playing cards and board games, building meaningful connections with the residents and fostering intergenerational bonds that will have a lasting impact. Learn more at the video link in the comments.

Wow! Farley kids are staying active! 💪🏽🏃🏽🏃🏽‍♀️

Here are the 3rd quarter P.E. stats by grade level. We utilize Heart Tech Plus monitors almost every day in class. Students have been learning about their heart rate zones and figuring out which activities boost their heart rates the most. They can also have friendly competitions against each other regarding their steps and points. Students earn points every minute they’re in a different heart rate zone. We use five heart rate zones in P.E.

Blue Zone = 50%-60% of their max heart rate (MHR)
Green Zone = 60%-70% MHR
Yellow Zone = 70%-80% MHR
Orange Zone = 80%-90% MHR
Red Zone = 90%-100% MHR

Most steps in one class:
Wyatt Francis- 5,876
Dalton Lippold- 4,412
Keaton Cox- 4,222
Dezmir Morriz- 4,154
Joel Adams- 4,140

Most steps in a quarter (by grade level):
2nd Grade- Dalton Lippold- 34,660
3rd Grade- Kyson Kerr- 50,708
4th Grade- Evelynn Jimmerson- 25,670
5th Grade- Wyatt Francis- 20,156
6th Grade- Arjun Mukkamela- 36,778

Most points in a quarter (by grade level):
2nd Grade- Kaia Garst- 765
3rd Grade- Ella Beets- 1,618
4th Grade- Geoffrey Edwards- 788
5th Grade- Sophia Chendrawijaya- 719
6th Grade- Brooklyn Garrett- 1,790

We are getting excited to meet our new Farley Foxes! Sign up now for Kindergarten Roundup! If you have a family member, friend, or neighbor with an incoming kindergarten student, share this information with them! https://usd437.net/assets/fliers/kindergarten-enrollment

Auburn-Washburn USD 437 Kindergarten Roundup
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If you are willing and able, please help us stock our Farley Pantry!
Donations will go to local families.

Thank you!

There is still time to give with Boosterthon through Friday!

Farley Elementary PTO

We are currently at $14,187! What an accomplishment! The donation link stays open till Friday!

Our students will get to voice what design they want first ! Stay tuned for more details.

This is a very large project so any donations we receive are very much appreciated.

Donation link