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Date: 3/10/15

Our Teacher Mr. Grotte!!!      

Hi everybody! We are going to interview Jason Scott Grotte/ Mr.Grotte. He has blue eyes, a bald head, brown go-t, and is 6 foot 2 inches tall. He is 41 years old and was born in 1973. His dad's name is Dar and his mom's name is Pat and his wife's name is Heather Grotte. He is also a dad of 2 children named Hailey and Jayce. The animals he has are 2 cats and 6 chickens. Mr. Grotte is a fan of the Washington State Cougars, likes to wear Cougar gear, and likes P.E more than music. His favorite color is Crimson red and favorite food is pizza.

 

 P.S Mr. Grotte is one of the best teachers in the La Center school district. Hope you liked our interview!!!!!!!!

 

By: Chera Bellika, Mia Beutler, and Kacey Rolph

 

Spring  Break!!!

 

Are you looking for a perfect place to spend spring break?  An amazing place to relax? An awesome place to have some fun?  We have some pretty cool ideas for you! If you want to see some pretty sights, you should go to Sun River. You can swim, golf and go on a bike ride or if you like sports, you can play soccer, baseball, tennis and more in your yard!! If you want to go camping and you don't know where to go, you can go to Nehalem Bay. If you are in the mood for sports there are a lot of things to play, there are many trails to go bike riding. Also if you have been to the ocean and you want to go to a more relaxing place you can take a nice walk to the bay.

I hope you like our ideas!  Have a great Spring Break!


Emily Surdam, Olivia Lee, Maddy Holmes, Ben Rembisz :-)

 

 

Electricity

 

Ahh, electricity. Isn't it just a wonderful thing? It powers our lights, our phones, our computers, our video games, and lots of other things that we use CONSTANTLY. Can you imagine what our world would be like today without it? We're talking about electricity, I guess we could say what we're doing in science at school. Electricity! In science, we have been making a light bulb light up, and a motor run. We have been experimenting these things and also learning more and more about this wonderful thing. We have learned that electricity only flows in either a circle, or an oval, and has to be in a closed circuit, A circuit is something that lets electricity flow from one end of the source to the other end, otherwise you won't get the electricity flow from the source to the receiver.(The source is what the electricity comes from, and the receiver is what gets the electricity.).

 

Well, you probably know A LOT more than you've known before reading this, but isn't electricity just a great and wonderful thing?


J C., Tyler G., Michael R., and Peyton Y.

 

Recess

 

Let me fill you in on two things we do at recess.There's a spin wheel at the track. It's a very fun activity it was built in 2013. 3 people go on at a time or 2 and sometimes even 1 person. We like it because it’s something to do with friends .There is also a track people run walk or jog you can get a track pass and if you run or walk all 24 laps you can get three little feet if you save up 24 little feet you can get a BIG foot! This track was made for running jogging or walking.

Thank very much you for reading the 2 things we like to do at recess!!!!!!!!!!


By Skylar House, Gabe France, Abigail Hendrickson, Hailey Powers.

 

What To Do When Your Bored

 

Do you know what to do when your board? Try jumping off a mountain or chop some wood. You can do anything that you want at Mikey's house. You can do anything. it's so cool. You can play video games, play in the mountain,  or  make  a trail to explore at his house. You can do  what you want where you want. You can even make a fire for Fun! You can make a fort and sleep there and look at the stars. Hope you come over to his house. It's the best!!!!


By: Michael Keith, Joseph Blanshan, Nira Alf, and Sean Barsness

 

Cranberry Orange Scones

 

Hello there! Today we will be showing you how to make cranberry orange scones!

Ingredients:

4 cups plus 1/4 cup of all purpose flour

1/4 cup of Sugar

2 tbsp baking powder

2 tbsp kosher salt

1 tbsp orange zest

3/4 pound cold unsalted butter diced

4 extra large eggs lightly beaten

1 cup cold heavy cream

1 cup of dried cranberries

1 egg beaten with with 2 tbsp water or milk for egg wash

1/2 cup confections sugar plus 2 tbsp

4 teaspoons freshly squeezed orange juice.

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees

 

In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a paddle

Mix the four cups of flour and one fourth cup of sugar the baking powder salt and orange zest add the cold butter and mix at the lowest speed until the butter is the size of peas. Combine the eggs and heavy cream and with the mixer on low speed slowly pour into the flour and butter mixture mix until blended. It will look lumpy combine the dried cranberries and one fourth cup of flour add to the dough and mix on low speed until blended.

 

Dump the dough onto a well floured surface and kneed it into a ball. Four your hands and a rolling pin and roll the pin th,e dough tree fourths in. Thick. You should see  small bits of butter. Roll it out And cut out circle shapes. Sprinkle with sugar and Brush the tops of the scones with egg wash and bake 20 to 25 until tops are browned and the insides are fully baked. Allow the scones to cool.mix together  sugar and orange juice mixture and drizzle over scones.

 

Hope you enjoy your scones!             


By George,Sarah,Aidan,and Nicholas

 

 

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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