Wednesday means a Would You Rather question: Would you rather never be able to explain yourself correctly or always have to tell the exact truth
Knights Honor is a set of core values that we at MSE share. When students demonstrate Safety, Respect, Honesty, or Citizenship, staff submit their names for Knights’ Honor which enters the student in the Knights Honor weekly drawing. Our winners will each be getting a note in the mail along with a coupon for a free scoop of custard at Culvers.
5th grader, Kendall T. demonstrated Citizenship; Mr. Hilden had this to say about her: Kendall very diligently emailed me to discover the answer to her question about an assignment. Her emails were well written and asked clear questions. This is a great example of online citizenship! Well done, Kendall!
6th grader, Camille I. demonstrated Respect; Mrs. Lindquist had this to say about her: Camille sent me an email right away letting me know some of my videos were not working. I was able to fix it, and it helped save a lot of students from having the same issue. She is just a gem!
7th grader, Jude G. demonstrated Citizenship; Ms. Lyke recognized Jude because he volunteered to read A Christmas Carol during our live lesson.
8th grader, AJ B. demonstrated Respect; Ms. Lichtenberg recognized AJ because he always has a positive attitude, day in and day out.