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Auditions for Northeast Range Spring Theatre Production of “Stop sending in the Clowns” will be held in the NER auditorium after school till 5:00pm on March 13th. Please bring your talent and your enthusiasm and let’s have fun. First rehearsal will be on march 17th. The shows will be on May 2nd and 3rd. I hope to see all of you there.
We had an amazing day! Over 100 students from Northeast Range, Ely, Mt.Iron/Buhl, Silver Bay and Eveleth/Gilbert sang with Monroe Crossing Friday March 7th. Under the direction of Dr. Olson form University-Wisconson Superior, the concert was a huge success. NER also performed 2 pieces that we will perform for Minnesota State High School League Music contest on Tuesday March 18th.
Mr. Summer’s Industrial Education class is using small-scale models to learn how to build a garage. Students cut strips of wood to represent different size boards and created trusses and walls. The students will be able to transfer these skills to real life. Mr. Summers hopes that the students will then be able to build a wall in the shop using the skills they have learned in creating their models. The students would then learn how to drywall as well.
In Mrs. Poppenhagen’s CEP General Psychology class students are using a hands-on approach to learning. They are studying sensation and perception and the role of your senses in eating. The students brought in their favorite frozen pizza and beverages and recorded information regarding the perceptions and senses that they used making and eating their pizza. Using their data they will create a two to three page paper using their book as a resource to illustrate how the five main senses play a large role in eating.
The Northeast Range School will be filling with student artwork.
The High School artwork will be critiqued and the top artwork will move onto the
Region 7A Art Festival at South Ridge on April 9th 2014.
The Northeast Range Music Boosters will be starting a new fundraiser on Monday, February 3. They will be selling flowers and vegetable plants during the month of March.
If you would like to support the NER Music Boosters and this sale contact Christine Mackai, Mr. Ryks, Mrs. Schmidt, or any band or choir member. Call the school at 827-3101.
On Wednesday, February 26 Mrs. Barich had the opportunity to take six students to the Young Author’s Conference at St. Scholastica. The students attended breakout writing sessions with other students from the Duluth area and then watched a presentation. Two students in grades 3-5 were selected to attend.
The senior high choir at Northeast Range will be participating in the Boundary Waters Choral Festival held in Ely next Friday, March 7 at 7:00 pm. The students will travel to Ely on Friday to practice their performances with special guest “Monroe Crossing” and to work with guest conductor Matthew J. Olson. Northeast Range will join Ely, Eveleth-Gilbert, Mountain Iron-Buhl, and Silver Bay in several songs. Northeast Range will also perform two songs for the festival.
Monroe Crossing will also be performing at the Festival. The band blends classic bluegrass music with gospel to create original music. The Northeast Range elementary students were invited to attend a special performance on Thursday, March 6 at the Ely Memorial High School. Monroe Crossing will play for the elementary students and teach them about songs and other instruments. Thank you to Billie and Mike Rouse for inviting our school to attend this event.
Join the elementary students on Friday, February 28 for a celebration of writing!
The annual Author’s Tea celebration will showcase some of the best stories written at Northeast Range this year. All students in grades Kindergarten through sixth have written, illustrated, and published stories.
The Author’s Tea will be held in the Northeast Range Auditorium at 10:00 am. The stories were judged and the top three students were chosen. First, second, and third place will be announced at the Tea and the first place winner will read their story.
The PTO will provide lemonade and cookies for students and families.
Congratulations to all of our young author/illustrators for their hard work!