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!~ Independent School District #2903 will be holding an for Orton v ille High Schoo 1 James Knoll Elementary School ON-LINE ACCESS IS AVAILABLE for both students and parents through the Ortonville School's website, by clicking on the JMC gradebook portal and entering secure passwords. CLASS ROOMS Course information will be available in each room, along with class schedules. SOCIAL STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY are part of the curriculum in both the primary and secondary schools. ~iPost Prom Committee will be serving a SUPPER from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. IN THE COMMONS AREA Menu includes: Sloppy Joes, Chips, Pickles, Bars and Lemonade - $4.00 CLASSES BEGIN AT 8:15 AM for all students. Classes dismiss at 3:03 p.m. for students in kindergarten through sixth grade and 3:06 p.m. for students in grades seven through 12. New Elementary, Reading Program This program is a reading service fo~ ! through McMillan-McGraw-Hil~ This is an ability-leveled reading service that makes use of technologyii~i with an interactive smart board, i~ as well as a home help component i~!~ that parents can easily access. ~i!:ii Smart Boards in ~i"~ Elementary ::~'~:~ Implemented so teachers can use for all curriculum. .Carpet and Roof !~i~ .Replacement Carpet was replaced in the Arts area on the second floor and a new roof was laced on part o the .......,~,,~,, ~. o~ P . f ,~ .... ,~" budding. ,, : .... KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS are excited to be in school. They attend full-day classes Monday through Friday. STUDENTS ARE BUSY figuring out their new class schedules and finding their way to their new classrooms in junior and senior high.