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EV-W sixth-grade girls' team takes second EV-W Spelling Bee Feb. 6 The EV-W sixth-grade girls basketball team took second place in the RCW tournament Saturday, Feb. 9. Pictured in back row, left to right are Gretchen Burros, Johanna Ruhland, Haylee Geislinger, Breanna Walz, and Emma Schultz. In Front row are Kennedy Kleist, Kendra Kuechle, Shaylei Brutger, and Olivia Schleper. Submitted photo. Classroom of [h e We ek: 4th Grade Eagles lose in heartbraker to Cubs Sixteen students representing grades 5-8 competed in the District Spelling Bee which took place Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the EV-W High School Media Center. Seventh-grader Shelby Kuechle (at right) was the eventual winner, and seventh-grader Emily Laumer (at left) was runner-up. Kuechle will compete in the Regional Spelling Bee Thursday, Feb. 28, at St. John's University in Collegeville. Submitted photo. Mrs. Lahr's fourth-grade class at EV-W. Front row, left to right: Mady Haag, Zach Kuechle, Riley Kuechle, Laura Lindenfelser, Taylor Phelps, Tyler Williams, Ayana Ertl. Middle row: Jazzy Hawkins, Destiny DeHeer, Drew Teicher, Carter Mathies, Hailey Gruber, Blake Marquedant, Zac Kramer, Alex Cromwell. Back row: Jessiana York, Nathan Becker, AJ Rasmussen, Josh Streit, Izabela Schmitz, Mackenzie Moser, Erin Howe. Not pictured: Elle Geislinger, Katelyn Kallevig, Chloe WaRe. There are 25 students in our Homes so they can show them off class, to other grades. After the tours are In fourth grade, every student will cover similar topics in Read- ing and Math class. In Mrs. Lahr's Science class, we just finished learning about electricity. The stu- dents have learned how to cre- ate electric circuits and then con- structed a house to put it in, work- ing in groups of four. The stu- dents are so proud of their houses, and are now working on a Tour of done, we will learn about the Rock Cycle and Water Cycle. The field trip we went on this year was traveling to St. Ben's to watch the musical, "Annie." We will go to a Twins game at Tar- get Field in April, and to the Water Festival in Richmond in May. As a school, we did a magazine fundraiser this year. In our classroom, we are called "Hollywood Stars" because of the theme. The students really enjoy learning about each other through team bonding games every Thurs- day during our morning meeting.. We also have a different student every week who is in the "Spot- light." They have a Hollywood packet they fill out and then bring in other items to create a bulletin board all about themselves. --  (  '! i'I Participateandearnyourschoolmoney ?'::- ':; "     '':': eachmonth! Fill out this form and return it to Arvig: I want to support: Forms can also be found at anyArvig Store, Enter the name of the school and the city it's located in online at arvig.com orjust call us! Name on Arvig Account: if you already partcipa[e, youd ..... eed to fill ii; arvi Phone Number: out this form again , ,' Signature: Date: 888.99.ARVIG I lrvig.com It' The Cubs' sophomore Jarred Merchant puts up a jumper during the first half v EV-W on Tuesday, Feb. 5. The Eagles traveled to Kimball and were handed a one-point loss, 41-40, by the Cubs. See stories on pages 9 and 13. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs. Sports, School News, Legals, Crime, Photos, Announcements, Classifieds, Weather, and much more! WWW. tricountynews.MN