Peru Catholic Boys Basketball Tournament schedule for this Saturday, Dec. 3 has been canceled.
Kalli Steele, a dental assistant student at IVCC, did a wonderful presentation on the importance of brushing our teeth and flossing. She created a book that was very stimulating, the students loved it! The students learned that we have 20 baby teeth and 32 adult teeth when we are all grown up. She gave each student a mouth and they were given 20 marshmallows that represented their teeth. They put each marshmallow in the circle where a . . .
Call now to make your reservation for the Senior Luncheon on Thursday, December 8th, at 12:15 P.M,. in the school's cafeteria.Our cooks will be making a turkey with all the trimmings. After some pie you will even get a sneak peek of the student's winter program.Please call the school ( 815-368-3392) by Tuesday, December 6th to make your reservation.
Brandy Sandberg, administrative assistant, was a guest speaker,for the 7th grade social studies students. The students have started studying the Illinois Constitution. Brandy was able to explain to the students what running for a political position was like and how the elected position operated. She told the students she has to work with a board when making a decision and how to work with the public once a decision is made. Brandy . . .
A representative from the Illinois Valley Sunrise Rotary presented dictionaries to all the 3rd graders. She explained to the students different parts of the dictionary, along with a game of find that word.
Congratulations to our October Students of the Month, 6th grader Piper Kammer, 5th grader Salina Breckenridge and 1st grader Claire Walder. They will be treated to a lunch from Dave's Lost Ant. LGS is very proud of these students.
First quarter Award Assembly was held on November 10. Students were awarded for Perfect Attendance, Excellent Behavior, Excellent Grades, Very Good Grades and attaining their AR 1st quarter goal. Congratulations and good job!
The 8 th graders conducted a mock election on Tuesday, November 8. All students, teachers and staff were invited to register and vote. The 8 th graders went to each classroom and informed students about the candidates and the election process. Students had previously learned about electoral votes and how they are different than popular vot es. We collected flyers and determined which technique the candidates were . . .