SCC Elementary

SCC Elementary CARES!


CARES is our behavior expectation. We continued with our CARES assemblies on Wednesday, April 1st. Students in each grade level were recognized that exemplified the trait of the month - perseverance - which was the focus for March.

Next, student learned about the April trait of the month - Honesty. 

If you would like to watch the assembly. you can CLICK HERE to view it on our YouTube channel.


Light It Up Blue for Autism Awareness

What is World Autism Awareness Day and Light It Up Blue?

World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), celebrated each year on April 2, was adopted by the United Nations in 2007 to shine a bright light on autism as a growing global health crisis. Autism is one of only three health issues to be recognized with its own day by the United Nations. WAAD activities increase world knowledge of autism and impart information about the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. Additionally, WAAD celebrates the unique talents and skills of persons with autism around the world.

On World Autism Awareness Day, Autism Speaks celebrates its international Light It Up Blue Campaign. Thousands of iconic landmarks, communities, businesses and homes across the globe unite by shining bright blue lights in honor of the millions of individuals and families around the world affected by autism. At SCC students were encouraged to wear blue to support our students with autism.

Here are some facts about Autism:

-  Autism now affects 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys
-  Autism prevalence figures are growing
-  Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the U.S.
-  Autism costs a family $60,000 a year on average
-  Boys are nearly five times more likely than girls to have autism
-  There is no medical detection or cure for autism

To learn more about how you can Light It Up Blue, check out the Autism Speaks website:

New Drums for the Music Room

New Drums

Thank you to Mr. Rohde for purchasing drums for the music room through the “Art to Remember” fundraiser. Thank you to students and families for making the “Art to Remember” fundraiser a success. Mr. Rohde has generously purchased four drums from Uganda for the music room. The drums were made by artist/musician Sam Okello who has previously shared music from Uganda with our elementary students. All students will enjoy these handmade drums for many years to come!

Submitted by: Elementary Music Teacher Mrs. Jeanne Larson


Celebrate Reading

ES Readers

National Education Association's Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2nd; the birthday of beloved children's author Dr. Seuss. The kindergarten classes take this week to focus on a few of the 40-plus books Dr. Seuss wrote. This week is extra special because we are celebrating the reading and writing kindergarten students have completed so far this school year. This week’s celebration of Dr. Seuss is just a slice of the literacy-rich activities we are engaged in throughout the year. If you are a parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle or a family friend of a kindergartener, ask them to read to you. You will be amazed at these young readers! “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” - Dr. Seuss

Submitted by: Kindergarten Teacher Bobbi Wilson


New Grading System for 4-K thru 5th Grade

St. Croix Central is excited to introduce a new grading system in the fall of 2014. Kindergarten through fifth grade students will be using standards-based grading in order to help students, teachers, and parents better understand the needs and strengths of each child in relation to the Common Core State Standards. The staff at SCC believes that standards-based grading will celebrate the strengths and support the challenges of all students.

For more information, please visit the STANDARDS & REPORTS CARDS page.


Upcoming Events and Announcements

Spring Carnival

spring carnival

9th Annual Spring Horticulture Sale

Horticulture Sale

Help support SCC FFA and buy plants at discount store prices with plant nursery quality. The St. Croix Central FFA is organizing a Spring Plant Sale of trees and shrubs and a few annuals from now until May 8th. Examples of the plants available, what they look like, and how to order them can be found on the St. Croix Central High School web page. This year we are adding the opportunity to buy flats of fresh fruit including blueberries and strawberries. Money raised from the sales goes to support FFA programs and travel expenses to the State FFA Convention. The orders will be delivered May 26th. If you would like to purchase plants from the FFA, or if you have questions, please contact the St. Croix Central Ag Department or Mr. Emery or Mrs. Rozeboom @ 796-5383 ext. 1145. More information about the sale is also available on the web at:

Submitted by: HS Ag Teacher Bill Emery



Mark Your Calendars for Grandparents Day!

grandparents day

When: May 22nd
Where: SCC Elementary Gym
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Please check your child’s “Thursday Folder” and the SCC website for more details.



6th Annual Get Movin! 5K Road Race

5K Race

New location, formerly known as the Turkey Trot

What: 5K Health Run/Walk

Why: Motivate – Inspire – Accomplish
Fundraiser for SCC High School Senior All Night Party

When: 9:00 AM on Saturday, April 25, 2015
Registration begins at 8:00 AM

Where: Pheasant Hills Golf Course
1025 170th Street, Hammond, WI  54015

Hosted By: SCC Graduation Association and SCC High School Students

Fee: $10 per child fourteen years or younger
$15 per person fifteen years or older if mailed by 4/01
$20 per person fifteen years or older after 4/01 or on race day
Note: Registration fee includes a **LONG SLEEVED** shirt

Awards: Awards will be given to top 3 runners per age category!

For more information and to register CLICK HERE.


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