The fourth graders had a special visitor on our last day of school! We got to meet, Kevin, the 2 week old colt!
over 2 years ago, Kelly Foertsch
Kevin was very happy around the class
Happy Summer to all of our students and their families! From Mrs. Uhren and Mrs. Bolstad!
over 2 years ago, Kris Lee
Happy Summer to all of our students and their families!
Congratulations to Underwood’s Class of 2033. Our Kindergarten held their in-person graduation ceremony today. Definitely an exciting and special day for our Kindergarteners and their very proud parents & grandparents. We look forward to great things from the Class of 2033.
over 2 years ago, Dave Kuehn
2nd graders had a blast celebrating all their hard work this year with a trip to Thumper Pond for swimming and pizza!
over 2 years ago, Carly Jensen
6th Grade Glendalough State Park
over 2 years ago, Jesse Arbuckle
The Underwood 3rd graders enjoyed a beautiful day at Bonanzaville!
over 2 years ago, Crystal Hoekstra
3rd grade at Bonanzaville
Underwood School Families - Reminder for this week's schedule: Wednesday, May 26th is a full school day (8:20-2:49) for all students. All K-11 students will be in-person. Thursday, May 27th is the last day of school with an Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
over 2 years ago, Arick Follingstad
Some more pictures from the DARE character challenge
over 2 years ago, Jason Rogers
6th Grade Character Challenge Park Rapids
over 2 years ago, Jesse Arbuckle
Our 1st graders learned about animals in their habitats! They had to pick one animal and create a project of that animal living in it’s habitat! It was such a fun project!
over 2 years ago, Amber Olson
Animal project
Animal projects
Bear habitat
Polar bear habitat
The Kindergarten classes enjoyed visiting some area parks for their countdown to graduation. It was a beautiful day to be outside!
over 2 years ago, Melinda Kugler
At the Park
4th Grade had a blast on their field trip to Skateland and Bonanzaville!
over 2 years ago, Kelly Foertsch
Helping each other out
Being Silly
Underwood 4th grade enjoyed a fun field Trip to Skate City and Bonanzaville in Fargo.
over 2 years ago, Breck Grove
Congrats to Underwood High School’s Class of 2021. The outdoor ceremony was a great way to celebrate and send off our graduates. The Class of 2021 is prepared and ready for the next step in their journey. Everyone at Underwood School is very proud of all of our graduates.
over 2 years ago, Dave Kuehn
One more graduation reminder - this is a Bring Your Own Chair event for all guests except those with 'preferred seating' tickets.
over 2 years ago, Arick Follingstad
The football field is set up and ready to go! We are excited for a great event to take place today! Gates will open at 1:00 p.m. All guests must enter through the football field parking lot gates. Only event staff are allowed to enter through the Hwy 210 Entrance.
over 2 years ago, Arick Follingstad
It looks like a great day for a graduation! The Underwood Class of 2021 Graduation Ceremony will take place at 2:00 p.m. today on the football field.  All guests are invited to attend.  Only graduates and ticketed guests will be provided a seat.  All other guests should bring their own chairs.   The Graduation Ceremony will be broadcast live by Park Region Telephone and can be viewed at Following the ceremony, there will be a short Parade of Graduates up and down main street In Underwood.  Let's send our graduates out with a large amount of support today!
over 2 years ago, Arick Follingstad
The 2nd graders are published authors! We worked hard this spring to research, write, and illustrate a classroom book. The book is called “The ABC’s of Minnesota” each student got at least 1 letter to research a topic from Minnesota that started with that letter. The students wrote their own pages, edited the pages, and then illustrated a picture to match the page. We then sent the materials to Studentreasures to publish our books! They turned out SO amazing and the kids are so proud to be authors! 📚
over 2 years ago, Carly Jensen
2nd grade books
Today Ms. Ewy's 5th graders visited the Prairie Wetlands Learning Center. The students used their "sense of wonder" to observe and discover new things on the prairie.
over 2 years ago, Kaytlin Ewy
Taking in all the sights, sounds, and smells of the prairie.
One student had a close encounter!
The students spotted a muskrat swimming in the wetlands!
We found a variety of plants and wildlife near the water.
Today, 5th graders became “naturalists” at Prairie Wetlands! While observing, a few of the treasures they spotted were a baby painted turtle 🐢, quacking ducks🦆, singing birds 🐦, cool-looking beetles🪲, tall dandelions🌻, shrimp 🦐, and huge clovers 🍀. #gratefulfornature
over 2 years ago, Molly Johnson
Such an adorable little creature!
We finished the day at DeLagoon Park with Dilly bars, playground, and a baseball game!
Peace and mindfulness!
All clear! No gators in there!