We'll see you on Tuesday, MacArthur Scholars! There is no school Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please note the office will be closed as well.
Please see the communication sent out to 4K PM families below. Note: At this time, all 5K-12 classes and after-school activities are running as normal, but delays may be expected on students return home from school.
Investigating how compressed air can make a balloon rocket is one way first graders learn about air and weather in science. Students had fun discovering the more air you put in the balloon, the farther it travels!
Our 5th grade artists had a great time constructing these adorable little creatures! The scholars applied all of the clay skills they have learned in Art, including rolling, coiling, attaching and glazing, to make one final clay piece before moving on to KMS. Here are just a few samples of what they came up with.
MacArthur 3rd grade artists just completed their colorful cityscapes in Art. They used a wide variety of materials including watercolors, construction paper, ArtStix, markers and colored pencils to create these masterpieces! If you look close, you can see some really cool details in these fun little city blocks!
Mrs. Sobczak's class enjoyed thinking of all the summer activities they want to do when summer comes. They made their very own "Summer Bucket List" in writing last week so they won't forget all the fun things they planned.
Germantown Track & Field Club Invitational
Elementary school students got a special treat with their lunch to celebrate Earth Day. Dirt cups! #schoollunch
Hi MacArthur Families!!!!! We have an exciting event coming up. Please join us for FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT @ MacArthur Friday April 29 @ 6pm. We will be projecting Disney's Encanto in the gym. The cost is $3 per person. Please bring a blanket for your family to sit on. There will be concessions in the cafetorium for purchase to enjoy during the movie. Cash or card will be accepted. All proceeds will go to MacArthur's very own Destination Imagination team, Skunk Squad, to help them get to GLOBALS. Thank you for your support for these scholars. This will be a fun family event and we hope you can make it!!
MacArthur was the recipient of a Random Act of Kindness from Bank Five Nine. Thank you Bank Five Nine for the basket of great books for our MacArthur Scholars!
Smart Cow Fundraiser- Tuesday, May 3rd!
Faculty Music Night April 19th at 6:30pm at the Germantown PAC Performances by our very own Germantown staff from all across the district. Tickets are only $5 each and support the Piano Campaign.
MacArthur's very own Destination Imagination team, Skunk Squad, won second place at the state tournament this weekend. This means they are headed to the Global Tournament in May to complete against teams from all over the world. Please consider heading to Roberts tonight from 4 to 8PM to support all district teams headed to Globals. A portion of the proceeds will be given to teams for entry fees to the tournament. Thank you!!!
This is the last week to register your child for GSD Summer School support & enrichment courses! Registration closes on Friday, April 8. Learn more online at gsdwi.org/summerschool and sign up via Skyward.
Thank you to the KMS 7th Grade Band for coming to MacArthur for a concert this morning. It was fun to see former MacArthur Eagles back at our school!
School and district offices will be closed during spring break, March 21–25. Classes resume Monday, March 28.
March Madness Sports Day this Friday!
Third graders in Mrs. Dora's class earned their cursive license today! After months of hard work they are officially licensed to write in cursive!
Please join us in celebrating the creativity and artistic talents of Germantown School District students in the annual Youth Art Month Exhibit at the Germantown Community Library during the month of March. Germantown students who participate in Visual Art classes stretch their creativity, build self-esteem and strengthen critical thinking skills. The “YAM” Exhibit is a collection of pieces that exemplify the creative work and talents of our students grades K-12 and will be on display March 1-March 31. Each school has a small sampling of work created in their Art room on display. If your child has a piece in the "YAM" show, he or she has already brought a letter home to notify you.
We are shining a spotlight on Mr. Schwarten this week!