Raptor Center visits Lily Lake
The Raptor Center, based out of the University of Minnesota, paid Lily Lake 3rd graders a visit on Wednesday. The presentation was in connection to the Animal Classification unit 3rd graders have just completed in science and writing. During the Raptor Center presentation, students got to see a red-tailed hawk, great horned owl, American kestrel and a bald eagle up close and personal. It was an amazing way to learn more about these beautiful birds of prey!
In Other News
All students will have access to Chromebooks beginning this fall to use at home or school.
The federal government has ended its free meals program, but free and reduced price meals will still be provided to families who need help covering the cost.
Mark your calendar for these important back-to-school dates.
This year marks the 146th commencement exercise for our high school.
The goal is to bring service back to pre-pandemic levels (79 routes) as soon as possible.
Meals prices will increase by 20 cents in the fall, but you may be eligible for free meals.
District leaders hope to reinstate busing to about 500 more students next year.
This fall buses in the district will be equipped with a new technology that will fix problems with GPS connectivity, improve attendance taking, and make bus rides safer.