New Haven Elementary School

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New Haven Elementary does "Call Me Maybe" video

New Haven Elementary's 6th grade students decided to do their own version of the poplar YouTube videos "Call Me Maybe".

Elementary School takes part in International Walk to School Day

Photos by Kyle Quick
New Haven, Mo.
– Wednesday morning New Haven residents may have noticed students, teachers, and parents walking through town to the school.  New Haven Elementary students joined more than 4,000 schools across the United States walking and riding bicycles to school to celebrate International Walk to School Day.  This is the fourth year in a row New Haven has participated in this event.

New Haven PTO 1st Annual Fall Festival this Saturday Sept. 15

The New Haven Parents Teachers Origination (PTO) is excited to be hosting their first FALL FESTIVAL this Saturday, September 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Elementary School.

They will have all kinds of games and Activities from carnival style games for kids of all ages, a bounce house, barrel rides, and an old fashion Dunk Tank.

Between 10:45 a.m. to 11:15 a.m. test out your throwing skills and see if you can knock off Quick News’ own Kyle Quick.  Whoever can send him swimming the most number of times will win a $25 iTunes Gift Card.

Nail bitting student council election

2012 Stuco representatives: Third Grade: Carter Moeckli, Charlie Roth, Logan Williams , Lucy Hoener, Addison Jaegers, Sammy Morell, and Mackenzie Wilson.  Fourth Grade: Madison Langenberg, Maya Wideman, Grace Faris, and Alaina Scott. Fifth Grade: Hunter Garren, Keagan Huff, Jay Eichelberger,and Caroline Klahn.  Sixth Grade: Mikayla Maloney, Andi Wideman, Olivia Williams, Hailey Fleming, Mason Johnson, and Christian Paterson

-- The official results of Friday’s student council election are in.  There were several races separated by only a few votes and three races that had a tie.

Elementary students head to the polls in the 2012 student council election

Long lines did not affect voter turnout

New Haven, Mo. – Campaign speeches delivered, votes have been cast, and now New Haven Elementary Student Council Candidates await the results.

This morning students headed to the polls for this year’s student council election.  Grades 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th each vote for two candidates for whom they would like to represent their class in student council.

New Haven Elementary student council race heats up

Live interviews with canidates running for office.  Complete story below.

Slip-N-Slide good time

New Haven, Mo. - We decided to take a few hours off Monday afternoon and cool off with students who earned a class period spent sliding down a “Slip N Slide”.

Students have adventure come to them

New Haven, Mo. – Tuesday, students had “Summer School Adventures” come to them.  The Southeast Explorer is a 40-foot-long mobile museum that travels to grade schools from as far north as Franklin County and as far south as the boot heal in Missouri.

Students go 3D

More photos below.

New Haven, Mo – With just nine days left of summer school, students are beginning to finish up different projects they began three weeks ago.

Katie Aichholz’s art class had visited the St. Louis Art Museum earlier this

Students write heart warming Olympic torchbearer nominations

Photos by Jane Roellchen
Story by Kyle Quick

New Haven, Mo. – The upcoming Summer Olympics in London has been a focused topic for summer school students at New Haven Elementary this year.

Students in Jane Roellchen’s writing workshop recently learned about how each individual who carries the Olympic torch is chosen. Torchbearers are

New Haven summer school students visit Art Museum

Photos courtesy of Katie Aichholz and Kasi Meyer

Katie Aichholz (on right) talks with students and explains about the particular piece of art, referencing topics they had learned about in the classroom.

New Haven, Mo - Summer School Adventure is this year’s theme at New Haven Elementary summer school program.  Students will be exploring different places outside of New Haven, giving kids a hands-on learning experience.

New Haven's 26th year of summer camp has huge turnout

New Haven, Mo - Twenty-six years ago, Coach Ray Steinhoff began New Haven’s summer basketball camp with just 11 kids from grades 4th through 12th.

New Haven Elementary Field Day Video

Photos by Kyle Quick
New Haven, Mo. -
Friday began with perfect weather for the New Haven Elementary field day, an overcast sky, cool temperatures, and the rain remaining north of New Haven.  Unfortunately, the shamrocks ran out of luck and rain began falling like cats and dogs.

PSB teaches kids how to save money

Photo by Kyle Quick.
Essay contest winners from New Haven and R2 schools are presented an iPod Nano and an iTunes gift card from Carol Vedder of PSB.

Pictured above left to right: back row, Kasi Meyer, Carol Vedder, and Kathy Oetterer, front row, Michael Vedder from New Haven Elementary and Lexi Oetterer from Franklin County R-2.

New Haven, Mo - Since 2006, Peoples Savings Bank has been visiting local schools across Franklin, Gasconade, and Montgomery counties through each of their six branches, teaching kids the importance of saving money.

Read, Right, Runner's celebration

Photo by Kyle Quick
The orange shirts were donated by Peoples Savings Bank.

New Haven, Mo - After 26 weeks, students in the Read, Right, Run program ran their last mile and a half to complete the last part of the program, running a total of 26 miles.  Traditionally, students run at Forest Park, however this year it was cancelled due to weather.

"Keeping Kids Safe", Free MOCHIP Event May 5

Washington, Mo - Hope Lodge #251 in Washington, Mo together with the Missouri Masonic Children's Foundation is holding an event to help protect local children by holding a FREE Missouri Child ID Program (MOCHIP).

This event will be held on Saturday May 5th 2012, 10 AM-2PM, at New Haven Elementary School.


Parents and students celebrate Earth Day

Photos by Kyle Quick
Students Working in the turtle atrium, cleaining the area and replanting new plants.

New Haven, Mo - Students involved in Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Student Council are doing their part in celebrating Earth Day.

Public Service Announcement: Girl Scouts explain April Showers

Read Right Run Shoe Drive ends on Friday April 20

First published on 04/12/2012

Students from New Haven Elementary, who participate in the Read Right Run after school program, talk with us about the shoe drive going on and how you can help.

Read, Right, Run Book drive is huge success

Photo by Kyle Quick
Read, Right, Run students raise 289 dollars through their recent book drive, by collecting used books and then selling them to raise money for the Franklin County United Way.

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