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Students at Long fellow Middle School and La Crosse Design Institute will welcome in the 2014-15 school year with an all school flash mob at 10:30 a.m. in the school’s gymnasium. “We were looking for a way to capture the energy of the day and create a sense of unity,” shares Principal Dr. Penny Reedy. The all school assembly will also include a welcome from Principal Reedy as well as an overview of the school’s PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention Supports) initiative for the school year. “We’ve never done anything quite like this,” Reedy adds. “We will have close to 500 people dancing together in our gym at one time. It should be memorable.”
There will be plenty of firsts tomorrow as the School District of La Crosse welcomes students into the new Northside Elementary School, the district’s first new school in over 20 years. Students, staff and members of the American Legion Post 52 will raise the American flag for the first time at a short ceremony in the school’s courtyard at 10:00 a.m. The flag raising ceremony will include musical performances by Logan High School students as well as Northside Elementary and Coulee Montessori students as well as comments by Northside Elementary principal Laura Huber and Superintendent of Schools Randy Nelson. The event is scheduled to last until 10:20 a.m.