2022 March Newsletter

  • Feb 28 – March 3 – Literacy Week
  • March 1 & 2  – After School Enrichment
  • March 4 – No School (Friday School)
  • March 8 & 9 – After School Enrichment
  • March 11 – No School
  • March 13 – Daylight Savings Time 
  • March 14 – 17 – Book Fair
  • March 15 & 16 Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • March 16 – Field Trip to SVHS Musical “Footloose”
  • March 18 – No School (Friday School)
  • March 25 – Spirit Day, Mustang Roundup

Principals Message: This upcoming month is a critical time for your child’s learning. We are making the final push toward end of the year assessments and every instructional minute and activity are important. Making up work does not come close to receiving classroom instruction. So, we need students here daily unless they are contagious. I hope after our parent teacher conferences, March 15 & 16, we all have a clearer focus, greater resolve, and a sense of urgency about making sure students are equipped for “Success at the Next Level” at the end of the year. TOGETHER we can create a great future of career options for your child. This is an experiment to see how many parents read the newsletter. Any parent who emails gro.2dscl@nielkek by Wednesday, March 16, will have their child entered in a drawing.
PTC sign-up link. https://www.ptcfast.com/schools/Etna_Elementary

Book Fair- March 14 - March 17



These 11 students completed all the tasks necessary to earn a GOLD MEDAL in the READING OLYMPICS!

Hayden Kennedy, Clara Robinson

McKinley Thygerson

Enoch Scharmann,  Liam Miserany

Kayla Simpson

Emmaline Crook

Nola Simpson

Teagyn Carey

Koi Crosland

Carson Bizer


February Mustang Mentors

Mustang Mentors are students selected by their teachers for demonstrating strength in one or all of our 8 Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills:  Name It to Tame It, Body Awareness, Focused Attention, Self-Awareness, Golden Rule, Growth Mindset, Mindfulness, & Leadership.  

 Mustang Mentors are announced once a month at our Mustang School Spirit Day and will be honored for a month. If you would like more information about each of our 8 skills, please email gro.2dscl@nosamtrukba.  

Back Row (l-r):Brooklynn Long, Gracie Dunne, Josie Hitch, Zane Dunn, Jace Beebe, Evie Keith, Braylie Sanders,
Middle Row (l-r): Isabella Collins, Vera Loken, Willow Ooka, Bintli Hoopes, Branson Olenslager, Avery Black, Taralin Fletcher
Front Row (l-r): Maliah Titensor, August Humpherys, Amber Choma, Sonnie Makanonoi Sale, Kayla Simpson, Finley Stiefvater, Treygan Davis, Ella Metge

Gracie Dunne, Taegan Wescott,
Abbi Scherbel, Myklie Merritt,
Rylie Deming, Paige Gamble,
and Clara Robinson

have earned the


for reading all ten titles nominated for this Wyoming Children’s Book Award.

Boone Foreman


the new Etna Elementary School Record for doing 

73 Sit Ups. 

He beat the 2010 record of 70 Sit Ups!

You go Boone!

6th Grade Ski Trips

Etna Elementary 6th Grade had a great time skiing at Pine Creek Ski Resort.  They learned new skills and worked on developing better skills.  Thank you for your contributions that helped make this experience possible for our 6th Grade Class!

Our Special Olympians had a great time competing at the Afton Golf Course.  Congratulations to Ephriam Clegg for taking 1st place and our lovely Emily for taking 3rd place.

Leg Wrestling Champions!

6th grade:  Tucker Winters, Sanoe Sale, 5th grade: Creedin Collard, Emmaline Crook, 4th grade: Dawson Probst, Maddie Carley

March Lunch Menu

Nurses Message