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.
about 1 year 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!
about 1 year 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! 📚
about 1 year 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.
about 1 year ago, Kaytlin Ewy
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.
Taking in all the sights, sounds, and smells of the prairie.
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
about 1 year ago, Molly Johnson
We finished the day at DeLagoon Park with Dilly bars, playground, and a baseball game!
Peace and mindfulness!
All clear! No gators in there!
Such an adorable little creature!
6th graders studied the holiday of Cinco de Mayo, the history of piñatas 🪅 and learned the art of making their very own piñata masterpiece. To celebrate, some chose to hit the piñatas with their best shot! 🪁☀️🌺🗿🎏
about 1 year ago, Molly Johnson
Nice swing!
So close!
Creativity at its finest!
5th grade was stranded on the “Island of the Blue Dolphins”! To survive they used kelp, sinew, bone, & wood. Imagination, grit, & perseverance created a toothbrush, snare, fishing rod, spear to name a few. Anyone would be lucky to be stranded with these amazing 5th graders!! 🏝☀️😊
about 1 year ago, Molly Johnson
They were working hard in their “villages” on the “island”.
Problem solvers!
Another exciting night at the Underwood Gym where our High School Choir & Band showcased their talents in front of very appreciative audience. Kudos to ALL of our music students, Mrs Flint & Mr. Pelanek for providing some wonderful entertainment for everyone in attendance.
about 1 year ago, Dave Kuehn
Mrs. Olson’s first graders are finding fun ways to practice their last week of spelling!
about 1 year ago, Amber Olson
Spelling fun
Spelling fun
Spelling fun
Exciting night at the Underwood Gym with our 5th-8th Grade music students (choir & band) showcasing their talents during a live in-person concert. Parents and a few other guests got the opportunity and pleasure of listening to our younger singers and musicians perform.
about 1 year ago, Dave Kuehn
concert 4
concert 3
concert 2
concert 1
Geometry fun with Moebius strips!
about 1 year ago, Erin Hoyt
Displaying their creations!
Ben Rudrud from RIPL came to Underwood School today to present the school with their “official” RIPL Certification Plaque & Certificate. Ben thanked the school district for their continued priority and work on building positive relationships within their school building.
about 1 year ago, Dave Kuehn
COUNTDOWN TO KINDERGARTEN GRADUATION HAS BEGUN! For the next 10 days, something 'special' is written inside 10 balloons. #10 - Going on a 'nature walk' - somehow we ended up at the park for a picnic style snack and to play!
about 1 year ago, Leslie Setterholm
#10 - Nature Walk
Playing  at the park
Playing at the park
Eating snack
More pictures of the 6th grade trip to Duluth.
about 1 year ago, Crystal Hoekstra
Lake Superior
Touching jellyfish at the aquarium
6th grade at Enger Tower in Duluth
Skipping rocks on Lake Superior!
about 1 year ago, Melissa Olson
skipping rocks
Lunch and Lake Superior! (6th grade field trip)
about 1 year ago, Melissa Olson
Enjoying Lake Superior !
Mrs. Hoyt’s 7th grade math students did a great job thinking outside of the box to break into the Breakout Box. They all worked hard and did an awesome job working together as a team!
about 1 year ago, Erin Hoyt
Working hard!
Using the black light to solve a clue.
6th grade continues to enjoy their trip to Duluth. Friday began with a tour of Glensheen Mansion and an overnight at a camp was a blast!
about 1 year ago, Breck Grove
The sixth grade is enjoying a tour of Lake Superior and the Harbor aboard the Vista Fleet
about 1 year ago, Jason Rogers
6th Grade enjoying a tour of the William A Irvin
about 1 year ago, Jason Rogers
6th grade enjoying a tour of the William A. Irvin
William A Irvin
William A Irvin
William A Irvin