New Superintendent Meet & Greets!
- Meet the new Superintendent, Lisa Gifford, following the Spring Music Programs.
- 4/18/23: K-6 Spring Concert, Allen Grade School, 6:30 pm (Meet and Greet to follow).
- 5/1/23: 7-12 Spring Concert, LHS/LJHS, 6:30 pm (Meet and Greet to follow).
Allen Gymnasium Roller Skating Rink!
The Allen Gymnasium became a roller skating rink the week of March 15 – March 24. Students look forward to this annual event. It is amazing to see the improvement in students in just a bit over a week.
Little 10 Music Festival
On Wednesday, March 7, La Moille High School hosted the Little 10 Music Festival. 100 students from 10 schools participated under the direction of Mr. Ken Kazin. They performed a wonderful concert of 5 numbers, and it was enjoyed by all.
Welcome Mrs. Lisa Gifford!
The La Moille CUSD is excited to announce the hiring of Mrs. Lisa Gifford as superintendent of schools. She is the current superintendent of the Serena school district. She will replace Mr. Jay McCracken who returned to our district as interim superintendent. She will begin her duties on July 1 and is excited to serve our school district.
IVCC Trades Expo
Students of La Moille High School attended the IVCC Trades Expo on Tuesday, March 7th, learning about the apprenticeship process, trades opportunities, and applied skills through hands-on simulation learning! Thank you to the organizations who made the event possible! We look forward to attending next year!
La Moille FFA Chapter celebrates FFA Week
Our La Moille FFA Chapter celebrated FFA week of February 20. Students engaged in fun dress up days and participated in many activities. They had the opportunity to have a “Lunch & Learn” at Ag View FS as a culminating activity. Our students had fun driving tractors and gators, operating forklifts and sprayers, and learning about the La Moille Ag View FS faculty. Thank you to La Moille Ag View for the amazing educational experience!
Dancing with Daughters and Fun with Sons
PTO sponsored an event called “Dancing with Daughters and Fun with Sons” for our students! This was a fun event open to any students and their families!
Read Across America
Students participated in Read Across America activities the week of February 27 – March 3. Students engaged in a daily “Name that Book” challenge. Teachers read Dr. Seuss books to the students. Classes competed to see which class could read the most minutes throughout the week. Students also participated in dress-up days and created some wonderful art projects. This is a week we look forward to each year, and the students had a great time!
Our K-12 students had the opportunity recently to view “3 Screens”, a high impact assembly that focused on character development, personal worth, and self-improvement. “3 Screens” emphasized that every person has the ability to be a positive influence on their peers and their environment. This showing was made possible through the School Based Mental Health Grant that our district recently received.