Last Day of School Friday 6/4
No School Monday 5/31 in honor of Memorial Day
Click the following link to access 2021-2022 Koshkonong Trails student application: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfAekeklna3adg177kK7xcjEmU5fu3FmJ33wit7Y3APiAUcOA/viewform?usp=sf_link.
2021 MTB Club Registration opens Monday, 4/19 Informational Meeting 4/21 at 6-7:15pm (Virtual) Learn more about club and what’s new for this year! Visit https://camrockmtb.com/camrock-mtb-club/ to register and for the meeting link.
Enrollment is open for the 2021-22 school year.
It was a busy Friday with a pond study and some egg-streme parachuting 🪂 🥚 Students measured dissolved oxygen and nitrate levels in the SLC pond. They also collected and identified aquatic macroinvertebrates to calculate the biotic index. Another group constructed parachute canopies of different sizes and evaluated the surface area, velocity, and drag of each. They then took on a design challenge (in competition with one another) to land an egg safely. Now enrolling for the 2021-2022 school year.
REMINDER - No School Monday 2/22
Interested in sitting down with our leadership team? Koshkonong Trails Governance Board is reaching out to community members who are interested in being a part of our community as we continue to build. For more information, email us at email@example.com
KT families: Our school shopping list is here! It will also be mailed to you next week, but just in case... https://goo.gl/nEQG53
Recap all of this week's Frequently Asked Questions here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17mJq6Y38KSf3l5Tq0M7U0xmUATv4GDRo84avYplX_JY/edit?usp=sharing
Don't forget to join us for the Open House tomorrow! We will be out at Severson Learning Center rain or shine. We look forward to meeting you! Location: 37 Oakland Rd. Cambridge, WI 53523
Open Enrollment continues through 4/30! We welcome students from within and outside Cambridge. Form can be found here: https://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment
Students working on projects to master standards in their own personalized pathway while developing habits of success? Sounds like a recipe for empowering students! Thanks, Place Network!