During School Activities
Artsonia - Section is a proud member of Artsonia, the world's largest online museum of children's art. During the year, Mr. Grundman uses the Artsonia website to make student artwork available for viewing by student's families. Family members can purchase a variety of items featured with their student's artwork.
Art Show - Usually held on an evening in April. Features student artwork created in Art Class.
Artist of the Month - One studen'ts artwork is chosen to be on display in the school lobby for the month.
Band - Grades 5-6. Coordinator: Ms. Clements.
Holiday Adopt-A-Family - Sponsored by PTG. In lieu of holiday classroom exhanges, a collection is taken and in conjunction with the Mukwonago Food Pantry, they provide Christmas for several families in need.
Hour of Code- National event held in December.
Library Tech Club - Open to 5th and 6th graders. Students work one lunch recess per week to organize their adopted shelf, check in books, and perform other library and technology tasks. Coordinator: Ms. Olejnik
Orchestra - Grades 4-6 - Coordinator: Mr. Dale Wimer
Math Olympiad - Grades 5-6. Coordinator: Mrs. Jennifer Kimminau
Olympics Day - Students particiapte in age appropriate games during the day. Usually held in May.
Principal's 6th Grade Softball league - End of year during noon recess.
Project Fair - Sponsored by PTG. Students can create projects to be on display one day and one evening.
Red Ribbon Week - A week of activities focused on being drug free.
School Speech Contest - 5th and 6th graders. Sponsored by Modern Woodmen.
Santa's Corner - Sponsored by PTG. Students may purchase gifts for holdiay giving.
School Store - A place to purchase standard school supplies for classroom use. 6th grade students operate the store. Profits help fund the year-end 6th grade class trip.
Section Sixty - Fall fundraiser. Students will be participating in a spsecial 1 hour gym class.
Student Council - Coordinators: Mrs. Jennifer Kimminau and Mrs. Mickey Neumann. Student Council is a group of elected student representatives from 4th, 5th and 6th grades. These students meet twice monthly and complete many service projects. These students plan and run fundraisers and food drives, help with parent and grandparent lunch days, and plan school wide spirit days. These leaders are committed, conscientious, hard-working, and willing to be challenged.