Underwood School Families - Due to current field conditions and the projected temperature on Saturday, we will hold the Graduation Ceremony for the Underwood High School Class of 2022 in the Big Gymnasium. The ceremony will start at 2:00 p.m. The gym doors will open at 1:00 p.m.
5 months ago, Arick Follingstad
Reminder for the Underwood Class of 2022 and their families - The Baccalaureate Service will be this evening (Sunday, May 15th) at 7:00 p.m. at the Sverdrup Lutheran Church in Underwood. This event is open to the public. Please join us.
5 months ago, Arick Follingstad
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5 months ago, Breck Grove
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Elementary Families - Due to field conditions, the Elementary Field Day scheduled for this afternoon will be postponed to a later date. We will communicate a make up day plan in the near future.
5 months ago, Arick Follingstad
1st-6th Grade Families, As of now, Elementary Field Day is on as scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. However, the weather may force us to postpone this event. We will make the final call on this event by 10:00 a.m. on Friday.
5 months ago, Arick Follingstad
Friday May 13 is Elementary Field Day!
5 months ago, Breck Grove
Field Day Announcement
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Our FINAL WACKY WEDNESDAY is TOMORROW, May 11th! Let’s have some fun! Go ROCKETS!! Prek and 11th are Pink Kindergarten and 8th are Red 1st and 5th are Purple 2nd and 7th are Orange 4th and 9th are Blue 3rd and 10th are Green 6th and 12th are Black All staff and adults Yellow
5 months ago, Molly Johnson
Elementary School Families - Please remember to submit your Summer Enrichment Program information for any K-6 student planning to attend. Please contact Mr. Follingstad or Mrs. Frederick with any questions.
5 months ago, Arick Follingstad
Congratulations to Underwood's newly inducted National Honor Society Members: Annie Albjerg, Emmy Albjerg, Emma Borgos, Logan Nelson, Ezrah Baker, Elsa Grunewald, Elizabeth Lukken and Nathan Russ. The induction ceremony for these new members consisted of short speeches on the "pillars" of National Honor Society: Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. These speeches were followed by the presentation of new members. Current senior members and newly awarded senior members had the opportunity to share a "thank you" message. Super proud of ALL of our National Honor Society Members.
5 months ago, Dave Kuehn
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Taste of Minnesota! 6th Grade students created their favorite Minnesota meals and treats for all to enjoy!
6 months ago, Arick Follingstad
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REMINDER- No School for Staff and Students this Thursday and Friday, April 14 and April 15. There WILL be school on Monday, April 18th, which is a makeup weather related day. The updated school calendar is on our school website for the remainder of the year.
6 months ago, Roxanne Thompson
Congratulations to Rocket Speakers Mason Hoyt, Tyler Herr and McKenna Geones on making the final round of the section 6A Speech Tournament! Mason placed 5th in Discussion, Tyler placed 3rd in Storytelling and McKenna is the Extemporaneous Speaking Champion! Tyler and McKenna will advance to the MSHSL State Speech Tournament to be held at Eastview High School on April 23.
6 months ago, Crystal Hoekstra
Weather Update: The school day will continue as normal and end at the regular time. However, all after school activities have been cancelled for today. No practice for Track, Baseball, Softball, Golf, or Speech. At this time, the After School Program is still on as scheduled.
6 months ago, Arick Follingstad
Congratulations to the Underwood Speech Team on their 2nd place finish at the Subsection 22 Speech Tournament! Individual place winners: Mason Hoyt 5th Discussion, Addy Tuttle 1st alternate Drama, Luncy Chen 2nd alternate Drama, Lili Hermes 4th Ex. Reading, Kallyn Grove 5th Ex. Reading, McKenna Geones 1st Ex. Speaking, Max Grove 3rd Great Speeches, Maggie Hoekstra 4th Great Speeches, Alexia Gedde 4th Original Oratory, Carlie Poser 3rd Poetry, Tucker Fick 4th Poetry, Isabella Dlouhy 3rd Prose, Tyler Herr 2nd Storytelling, and Gabe Lindstrom 3rd Storytelling. Good luck at Sections next Saturday!
6 months ago, Crystal Hoekstra
Mrs. Hoyt’s Geometry class had fun exploring Moebius strips today! They connected, colored, and cut them in a variety of ways.
6 months ago, Erin Hoyt
Geometry fun!
Just a reminder-Friday, April 1st is a half day for students. School will dismiss at 12:30pm.
6 months ago, Roxanne Thompson
The 3rd grade students had perfect weather today for planting the seeds they harvested last fall at the Prairie Wetlands Learning Center. They enjoyed helping restore the native prairie flowers & grasses that used to be plentiful on the prairie.
6 months ago, Jodi Pedersen
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Last week grades 5, 8 and the High School Strength and Conditioning classes went to Andes Tower Hills for a day of skiing and snowboarding. This was a great opportunity for a lot of our students to try these sports for the first time. It was a great day and by the looks of it, a lot of fun! Thanks to Mr. Hendrickson, Mrs. Arneson, Mrs. Johnson, and Mr. Pearson for chaperoning this group of students.
6 months ago, Roxanne Thompson
Ski Day 2022
Underwood School students are doing their part to make our world a better place by recycling any food waste from their breakfasts and lunches that are served at Underwood School. Our school is excited to partner with Otter Tail County Solid Waste in reducing/removing food waste from the trash. Food waste makes up approximately 20-30% of the waste stream. Students are learning how they can help the environment by sorting their waste, which will be composted and turned into planting soil. Way to go Rockets -- thank you for your efforts on making our world a better place.
7 months ago, Dave Kuehn
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Underwood Elementary School Families - please take a minute to complete this Google Form (https://forms.gle/9XErf9qr41rcAmUb7) regarding our Summer Enrichment Program. Your feedback is vital in assisting with our planning process.
7 months ago, Arick Follingstad