Mrs. Stevermer's students explored the world of computer coding
this week and used Scratch to modify the Google logo!
Brevan L. was one of Mr. Sahr's Robotics Team students who shared the robots they had built in class for competition. Mrs. Stevermer's elementary computer students enjoyed the presentation!
Click here to watch a mini-video of one demonstration!
USC Custodians go above and beyond their daily duties to help out the school staff! Thank you for all you do to help make USC a better place!
USC teachers participated in the TIES Conference this week and are eager to apply and share new educational tech skills.#prideUSC#TIES17 Educators include Mrs. Vondracek, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Augustine, Ms. Trio, and Ms. Meyer.
K-2 Holiday Concert -- Dec. 18th -- 2:00pm and 7:00pm
4th Grade Home iPad Use--Steps to Make IXL / WiFi Work at Home
Securly is a system that helps filter your child’s iPad at home as well as at school. While it is good to have, it has caused WiFi access issues at home, especially when students try using IXL. Today we learned that your child must follow the steps outlined below to avoid these issues.
Please have your son or daughter follow these steps to use the iPads at home:
-Click on the Safari app:
-Enter “Google” in the browser bar.
-Sign into your email as directed:
Once you follow these steps, IXL and other apps should work.
7 Mindsets Training
On Oct. 23rd USC teachers learned about "The 7 Mindsets." Throughout the year, teachers will share these ways of thinking that, according to research, are commonly found among successful adults.
USC is adopting an ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE,
one of the powerful 7 MINDSETS!
Click the picture and explore the USC's Winter Community Education offerings!
USC Students showed their ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE at today's
Veteran's Day program.
After the opening flag ceremony, participating veterans introduced themselves and were then honored by music, readings, student-made art, and guest speaker Ole Olson. Mr. Olson, Albert Lea, served in the military for 40 years.
Flexible Learning Plan Approved by School Board
The School Board approved a plan to implement up to three Flexible Learning Days in the event of emergency closings during the 2017-18 school year.
The approved plan includes changes that were prompted by parent and student feedback after last winter's Flexible Learning Day pilot. Read more about the plan by clicking here: