News and Publications
Week: Sept. 25-29th
- Monday- Woke up Like This #pjday #onesie
- Tuesday- Trio Day/Duo Day Doppelganger #saltpepper #thingonethingtwo #TimonandPumba #Michael&Dwight
- Wednesday- Barbie vs Ken Day #beachBarbie #businessBarbie #boynextdoorKen #princeKen #moviestarBarbie
- Thursday- Class Color Clash Day! 8th Grade-Purple, 7th grade- Gold, 6th grade- Black, Staff-white out!
- Friday- Flyer Pride #flyercolors
On August 21, 2023, Samantha Bartos and Hannah Strunk became the very first student representatives to the School Board in the history of the District. They join the program to discuss what they hope to accomplish as the first student representatives to the School Board and share their thoughts on some areas they feel need to be addressed. #FlyerUpdate
September 2023 Flyer Update: https://youtu.be/f_vKvP0_LQw
Little Falls Community Middle School Principal Nate Swenson stopped by to discuss updates from the Middle School for the 2023-2024 school year. You will hear about new teachers to the building, new program offerings, new math curriculum, building renovations, information about Character Strong, and the new cell phone policy at the Middle School.
In this episode of Flyer Update, our guests are Superintendent Greg Johnson and Special Education Director Lynn Krominga, as we discuss multi-tiered systems of support or MTSS. The guests offer a broad overview of MTSS and how it benefits students' learning needs.
August 2023 Flyer Update: https://youtu.be/vkXcdXHD9Zw
With the first day of school, September 5th, fast approaching, we wanted to share information to make the 2023-24 year successful.
Check out the 2023-24 Back to School Guide: www.lfalls.k12.mn.us/about/back-to-school-guide
This past week, a group of high school and middle school teachers were able to attend the AVID Summer Institute Convention in Minneapolis. Sourcewell sponsored our trip with several other Region 5 school districts. AVID stands for advancement via individual determination. It is a college and career readiness framework that the middle and high school has been a part of for seven years. The teachers and administrators that had the opportunity to attend were able to spend the week learning and growing together for the betterment of our students and staff. They will be bringing back a lot of professional development to share with our staff.