Congratulations to our Washington County Soil Conservation contestants who placed in the top 3 - Grainger Wendland 3rd grade (3rd place), Alexa Conley, 1st grade (3rd place). Alexa and Grainger will be recognized at the Washington Co. Conservation Banquet. Great Job!
about 5 hours ago, Jeff Edwards
Soil Conservation
Congratulations to our Washington County Spelling Bee contestants who placed in the top 5! Our students who placed: 1st Grade - Brooklyn Schaefer (2nd Place) 2nd Grade - Piper Dieckmann (5th Place) 3rd Grade - Grace Hoover (4th Place) 5th Grade - Lucy Young (4th Place) 5th Grade - Crosby Winter (1st Place) Spelldown Participants: 6th Grade - Diomar Nicolas-Castro 8th Grade - Jenna Merritt
about 5 hours ago, Jeff Edwards
Spelling Bee
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
about 7 hours ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BOYS
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
about 7 hours ago, Trevor Kuhlman
GIRLS
HS STEAM has been examining Newton's Laws in regards to rocketry and launched the first of their constructed rockets, water bottle rockets, today. Water bottle rockets utilize pressurized water as their propellent, and can launch as high as 400 feet. Students used a homemade altimeter to track their rockets, using the tangent of the angle on the altimeter to calculate how high their rocket launched. Our one liter rockets were able to fly around 250 feet high.
about 22 hours ago, Olguin
HS STEAM has been examining Newton's Laws in regards to rocketry and launched the first of their constructed rockets, water bottle rockets, today.  Water bottle rockets utilize pressurized water as their propellent, and can launch as high as  400 feet.  Students used a homemade altimeter to track their rockets, and using the tangent of the angle on the altimeter, calculate how high their rocket launched.  Our rockets were able to fly around 250 feet high.
HS STEAM has been examining Newton's Laws in regards to rocketry and launched the first of their constructed rockets, water bottle rockets, today.  Water bottle rockets utilize pressurized water as their propellent, and can launch as high as  400 feet.  Students used a homemade altimeter to track their rockets, and using the tangent of the angle on the altimeter, calculate how high their rocket launched.  Our rockets were able to fly around 250 feet high.
HS STEAM has been examining Newton's Laws in regards to rocketry and launched the first of their constructed rockets, water bottle rockets, today.  Water bottle rockets utilize pressurized water as their propellent, and can launch as high as  400 feet.  Students used a homemade altimeter to track their rockets, and using the tangent of the angle on the altimeter, calculate how high their rocket launched.  Our rockets were able to fly around 250 feet high.
HS STEAM has been examining Newton's Laws in regards to rocketry and launched the first of their constructed rockets, water bottle rockets, today.  Water bottle rockets utilize pressurized water as their propellent, and can launch as high as  400 feet.  Students used a homemade altimeter to track their rockets, and using the tangent of the angle on the altimeter, calculate how high their rocket launched.  Our rockets were able to fly around 250 feet high.
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
3 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
GIRLS
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
3 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BOYS
BIA
4 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BIA
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
8 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
JH GIRLS
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
8 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BOYS
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
8 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
GIRLS
Linn varsity had a great day competing in the TVL Scholar Bowl meet at Wetmore. The team went 8-4 on the day. The team finished in a tie for third place. Great job, Bulldogs!
9 days ago, Jeff Edwards
Linn HS Scholars Bowl
Updated BVL Girls Bracket
10 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
Girls
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
10 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BOYS
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
10 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
GIRLS
Junior Guardians - Please plan to attend the Junior Career Presentations on March 2nd at 7:00pm in the HS Library. Students will have completed job shadows and career research to present to all attending families.
11 days ago, Teresa Kearn
1
The Great Kindness Challenge starts today! Students K-6 will receive a kindness challenge checklist. Students can return their completed list to the counselor by the end of the day Friday to receive candy and a certificate!
11 days ago, Teresa Kearn
1
JH GAMEDAY
11 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
JH
GAMEDAY NOTIFICATION
11 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
HS
BIA
12 days ago, Trevor Kuhlman
BIA