2022-2023 Year in Review

From Mrs. Dumas:

The “Little Bulldog” Summer Program sends out a huge thank you to our local librarian, Melissa Erhardt for giving us such a warm welcome. The students received their own library card, toured the library, and left with a bag of goodies and a book to keep. We hope our families will go back to the library and check out some books. It is a beautiful facility right in our little village.

One more adventure was added to the “Little Bulldog” experience. We enjoyed a beautiful walk to the falls at High Falls Park. After the walk we had a picnic lunch with ice cream for dessert. The kids had loads of fun on the playground to close out the day. We even managed to avoid the rain! Lasting memories were made.

School may be out but students' project is still "producing"


In a joint project between the C-DOS, Carpentry and Ag classes students built raised beds and transferred their seedlings from the Grow carts this spring. When Mrs. Ashline was weeding she shared some of the cucumbers with grateful fourth graders. This project was partially made possible through Franklin County Soil & Water, an Ag Ed Incentive grant and Health & Wellness grant. When students return in the fall they will be learning about food preservation, making salsa, pizza sauce, etc. They enjoyed many salads and refrigerator pickles at the end of the year. Even picky eaters love trying food they've grown themselves :) They're hoping to supply the cafeteria with fresh greens throughout the year. Please also note the beautiful apple tree in the Memorial Garden. Can you smell apple pie and sauce in the future?

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Summer Visit to the Library

The “Little Bulldog”Summer Program sends out a huge thank you to our local librarian, Melissa Erhardt for giving us such a warm welcome. The students received their own library card, toured the library, and left with a bag of goodies and a book to keep. We hope our families will go back to the library and check out some books. It is a beautiful facility right in our little village.

From Mrs. Jones-King: I wanted to take a minute to tell everyone about the launch of the new national mental health hotline, which was launched today. 988 replaces the old suicide hotline that had a difficult number to remember. Now, anyone in the US can text or call 988 to reach trained counselors who can help with any mental health emergency. They can address general mental health concerns, emotional distress, substance abuse issues, trauma issues as well as suicide crises.

You can also call on behalf of someone else. Counselors can offer guidance on helping a friend or loved one navigating a mental health emergency.