7:00 PM - 8:00 PM "One City One Sound" Districtwide Holiday Concert
11:45 AM - 1:45 PM 8th Graders visit MCHS
6:00 PM School Board Meeting
December 16, 2023
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Food Drive at Ames Field - Drop off and donate!
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Habits of Character: Empathy Celebration
On Wednesday, October 11th, we celebrated the first quarter Habits of Character award winners. During Crew time, students were nominated for displaying empathy towards their fellow classmates. The nominators were then able to share their story of empathy and present the award to the winner at an assembly. Students also played a fun game where teams of contestants had to pop balloons (without hands!) and unscramble the letters inside to spell EMPATHY. Team 8 Arctic Wolves were the first to figure out the secret word. The assembly ended with a rousing rendition of the Krueger Fight Song.
A hearty CONGRATULATIONS to our first quarter Habits of Character Empathy Award Winners:
Kimberly Cerrato, Robert Rosenbourgh, Isaac Wolter, Hailey Young, Jakyia Hawkins, Jamarah Jackson, Ilianah Huipio, Tyler Struppa, Charlotte De Leon, Kobe Washington, Alex Prater, Riley Gerald, DeAundria Nelson, Jaylani Garcia, Darrien Washington, Gianna Van Norman, Aubrie Haney, Damani Edgington, Janya Jackson, Ailbe Miegl, Phoebe Temple, and Jackson Jenkins
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The Right Path For Your EducationWelcome to Krueger Middle School! We provide a rigorous education in core academic subjects PLUS many hands-on environmental science learning opportunities. We are proud of the trails we have created on our campus, including our "Pathway to the Wetlands," which opened in 2016. Elementary students from across our school district (and others!) visit us for field trips each fall and spring to learn about our ecosystem and Indiana history. We value the numerous community partners who continue to support us!Trails Open to Public
KRUEGER STUDENT LEADERSHIP SKILLS
- Bird Habitat Path - approximately 2 miles of looping trails
- Forest Management Area - approximately 1 mile of trails
- Pathway to the Wetlands - floating boardwalk system
- Bringing History to Life
- Have a positive attitude
- Work well with others
- Follow directions
- Show up for work on time - School is your job!!!
- Recognize problems
- Manage time effectively
- Apply good listening skills
- Be honest and dependable
- Dress properly and practice good grooming