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  • 1st Annual Clarkson-Leigh FBLA March of Dimes Walk

    On November 17th, 2018 the Clarkson Leigh FBLA chapter is hosting their first ever March of Dime Walk at Clarkson High School from 5pm to 8pm. The purpose of the walk is to raise awareness for premature babies. At the school there will be a free will donation meal, t-shirts available for purchase, a walk throughout the gym, and games/activities for kids. Everyone is welcome to come and support! 100% of the proceeds go to the March of Dimes Foundation for premature babies and their moms! If any questions contact Matt Murren (mmurren@clarkson.esu7.org) or Abby Sayers (asayers@leigh.esu7.org.)

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  • Grades 7-12 Football Fan Bus

    We are organizing a Grades 7-12 Fan Bus to the football game on Thursday. The cost to ride the bus would be $2 along with the $5 needed to enter the game. The bus would depart Clarkson at 3:50 and Leigh at 4:10. Those interested would need to sign up in the high school office by the end of the day on Wednesday.

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    Apply to College Initiative

    The Leigh Senior Class has 100% participation in the "Apply 2 College” initiative sponsored by the EducationQuestion Foundation. All seniors have applied to at least one college and some have applied to as many as 4 colleges.  We wish them luck as they continue to pursue scholarships to help them achieve their academic endeavors. 
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  • FFA Fundraiser - Due October 29th

    The FFA Fundraiser is going on until Monday, October 29th.  Please contact Brandy Held if you would like an FFA member to contact you. 

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  • Volleyball Fundraiser

    The volleyball team is doing a fundraiser, but instead of doing individual sales per player, we are doing an online store.  There are only 5 items available, however, these items are different than your typical t-shirt and hoodie.  These items are also neutral and will say Patriots!  Both men and women's jacket will have the option to personalize at no extra cost!  If you do not want to personalize, just leave the fill line blank!

    If you have any questions, please Becky Schneider @ bschneider@clarkson.esu7.org or by phone 402-892-3454


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  • FBLA "Go Green" Week - October 22-25

    Clarkson-Leigh FBLA will be hosting its first ever "Go Green" week.  The days will goes as follows:

    Monday - Bring in your gently used coats/zip up jackets/hoodies/hats/scarves/gloves etc. you would like to donate.  We will have totes at the high school and elementary school all week long.  The donations will go to the Columbus Rescue Mission.  We appreciate your generosity and are excited to donate to a good cause!
    Tuesday - Poster Coloring contest at the Elementary.  Grades K-3 will have a picture to color at home and grades 4-6 will create their own "Go Green" masterpiece.  They can work on these on at home and bring them back to school to submit them in the coloring contest by the end of the week.  The winner of the contest will be announced the following week (1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes).
    Wednesday: Go Green announcements over the intercom and how to save the environment tips.  We will review the locations of our recycling bins (paper, plastic bottles, and cans) and encourage students to continue saving their Coca-Cola lids throughout the entire year.
    Thursday: "Go Green" games and trivia over the lunch period for JR/SR high students.  JR/SR high students can join FBLA in the gym after lunch to participate in the games and potentially win prizes!
    Thank you Clarkson-Leigh communities for your continued support of our FBLA program.  Coat and jacket donations will be accepted all week long! Don't forget to Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle!
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  • Tech Tips Friday - October 19th

    Tech Tips

    Shout Outs This Week:

    Mr. V’s 7th Grade Class acting out scenes from the book “Outsiders” and then editing their videos on iMovie using the green screen.

    6th Graders using Makey Makeys in Tech Class.  They created circuits hooked up to pennies, clay, straws, etc. to control bongos, a piano, Pacman, Mario, Tetris, & a voice machine.

    Abby’s Tech Apps Class attended the Schuyler Tech Day.  Students listened to Craig Badura on the topic of Unplugging and Digital Citizenship.  They participated with Schuyler High School & Twin River Students and listened to Schuyler teachers presenting on tech tools.  Leigh High students won the Goose Chase Competition during the Tech/College Fair. Alex won a charger! What a fun day! Thanks Schuyler Schools for including us on this educational day!!

    Upcoming Events:

    NEW TECH TOOLS:  These tech tools are located in the elementary.  They help students code and be problem solvers. They can be used in all content areas and in grades K-12.  I have many ideas on how to use these learning tools so please ask. In the high school there are also Cue Robots, an Ollie, & a 3D Printer. Remember there are also Portable Green and Blue Screens. Everyone have fun and I will gladly show you their capabilities.



    Elementary Classrooms:  There are STEM bins located in the Computer Lab for you to check out that will allow students to create through problem solving.


    Tech Tip #1:  Goose Chase App: “Scavenger Hunts for the Masses”  Students do a Scavenger Hunt of your choice and then as they accomplish the task they receive points.  


    Tech Tip #2:  Stop Motion App:  This app allows students to take pictures and easily make them into a video.  Stop motion is “giving animated figures the impression of movement”.


    Tech Tip #3:  Merge Cube:  There is a 3D Abe Lincoln, Pick a story app, build a house, planets, human body, etc.  Please ask about the Merge Cubes because they are VR at their finest. I would have enough for your whole class and they can do this on their phones.


    Tech Tip #4:  HP Reveal: https://www.hpreveal.com/  While Abby and I were at Schuyler High School an English teacher showed us this app and it made a cube figure when scanned lead to a video.  This would be neat for our Patriot Cup and Elementary Teams.


    Inspirational Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHdF8El1dQg  Mike Smith runs “The Harbor”  He is from Nebraska and speaks all over the country about changing the world. He wrote the book “Legacy vs. Likes”.


    Let’s Light a Fire of Creativity in our Students!!  Everyone is doing an EXCELLENT Job!!


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  • Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Meeting Presentation - Session #2

    Below is a link to the Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Presentation from August 9, 2018.

    Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Presentation - Session #2

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  • Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Meeting Presentation - Session #1

    Below is a link to the Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Presentation from July 9, 2018.

    Leigh Community Schools Public Feedback Presentation

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