The mobile dentist called, and has canceled the visit to Ironwood for Wednesday, May 3. There will be no makeup date. Please contact the school if you have any questions.
Happy National School Principal's Day! Give Mrs. Nigh a big thank you when we return to school tomorrow. She helps make Ironwood Schools a great place to be!
The elementary students have been working hard to prepare a concert! Please join us to hear some great music!
Mr. Doug Foley came to teach the 4th grade about trees. They learned about tree products, they sang a song about trees, and they received a tree to plant.
Ms. Winn's English 11 students helped 6th graders revise their research projects this week. Thanks to Mr. Bunt, Mr. Hofstede, and Ms. Samardich for the wonderful opportunity! Everyone learned something and it was fun to see students from different grade levels collaborating.
We were excited to have Serena Mershon-Lohkamp, chemistry teacher from GCC, and Rayona Suelflow, GCC student and 2nd grade parent join Mrs. McRae’s classroom Friday afternoon! The students were able to do three science activities. They learned about chromatography while making coffee filter flowers. Then, they learned about cells and were able to view samples under a microscope. Last, the students learned about the science of making ice cream. While the salt made the ice melt, their ice cream ingredients began to freeze! Thank you for spending your afternoon with us!
On Friday, April 28, the 4th grade students went to the J.W. Nursery. They took a tour learning how the trees are grown, harvested, and transported to different national forests all over the United States. They came away with a seedling and a pass to go to any national forest for free or at a reduced price!
Today's Middle School Band Concert is cancelled due to inclement weather. Also, this is a reminder that there will be no school in Ironwood on Monday. Stay safe!
Claire Eitrem earned "Teacher Chair for the Day" through the PTO fundraiser. She had fun sitting in Mrs. Wolfe's chair for the day!
Mrs. Wolfe did a lesson on "How to be a rainbow in someone else's cloud..." The kids had a rainbow template with the color words inside and used the torn paper method to create their rainbows. We completed the writing portion of the assignment just prior to the Packers assembly. Many of the kids connected what the team's message was to what THEY HAD JUST DONE!
Here is a video showcasing our library spaces, the need for improvements, and possible plans for upgrades. Please contact email@example.com with any questions. https://youtu.be/itc1jI6kl4c
Here is a video discussing plans for reclaiming interior space within Luther L. Wright as a part of the renovations intended for the 2023 Bond. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. https://youtu.be/TLQ4fRbDkP8
Congratulations to the students who were awarded "Student of the Month" at the school board meeting! In the back row - Evariah Niemi, Maleah Maki, and Cambree Ramme; front row - Carina Alonen and Grace Tuzee. Thank you for showing Respect, Safety, Integrity, and Excellence!
Being a bus driver can be challenging at times. We are lucky to have some of the best bus drivers around! Thank you, bus drivers, for taking care of our students!
Attention senior parents! We are looking for group photos of seniors - anytime from Kindergarten to Senior year! Please get them to Haley Agee or Emily Martinson. Contact the office at 906-932-0932 if you have questions.
Parents and Guardians of Ironwood students: we want to hear from you! You will be receiving an email with a link to a short survey. If you have students in both the K-6 and the 7-12, you will receive two surveys. We use the information from the surveys to determine where we have made progress, and where we need to improve. Your feedback is very important! If you do not receive the survey in your email, please check your spam, or call the office at 906-932-0932 to make sure we have your most up-to-date information. Thank you for your time!
What an exciting time to be at Ironwood! Check out this news story: https://www.fox21online.com/2023/04/21/coffee-conversation-catching-up-with-ironwood-area-schools/
Cody Dabb Just finished this beautiful wood stove for his advanced metal fabrication course. Excellent work Cody!
A recent change to the April 25 event: Family Fun Night will take place at the Ironwood Memorial Building. Same time and activities. See you there!
Back, by popular demand! Join us for a tour of LLW featuring areas for potential upgrades, followed by a presentation on the bond proposal. The tour will begin at 5:30 at the Pabst Street Door. Presentation will be at approximately 6:15 in Room 232.