How To Cook A Turkey As Dictated By Mrs. Zinter's Kindergarten Class
Andrew- “Buy it from the store. Put some gravy on it. Cook it in the oven at 56 degrees for 15 minutes. Use the timer. Then take it out of the oven, then eat it.”
Brycen- “Get one from the forest. Find one, bring it to my house. Put chocolate and peppers on it. Cook it at my house, in my kitchen, at the stove for probably 10 minutes at ½ degrees. When it’s done, it beeps. Then I would eat it with my family.”
Elsa- “Get one from the Farmer’s Market. That’s usually where my mom gets it. I wouldn’t put any toppings on it. Cook it in the oven at I don’t know what degrees, but my dad once blew up a chicken in the microwave! A new recipe! BOOM BOOM CHICKEN! Cook the turkey for 20 minutes. Then we eat it!”
Elin- “Get one from the store. Put some lemon on it and put it in the oven. Set for 15 degrees and 30 minutes. Set the timer. Then take it out of the oven and then eat it.”
Emma- “Get one at Costco. Put pepper on it. Cook it in the oven for 4 hours at 65 degrees. When it beeps, then take it out of the oven. Put it on the table, then the whole 50 eat. The whole 50 people eat the turkey.”
Iver- “I would get it from the farm. I’d put some salt and pepper on it. Cook it in the stove. Then cook it for 35 minutes at 80 degrees. When the timer beeps, you cut it up, pull all the bones out, then we put some ketchup out and then we would eat.”
Kinsey- “Ask my grandpa to get it and bring it since he hunts. Put butter and some salt and cheese on it. Cook it in the oven at 10 degrees for 15 minutes. Then I would hear the ding. Then set it on the table. Then wait for everybody to come, and then eat it.”
Lydia- “My dad would get it at Hornbacher’s. Put maybe a little bit of pepper on it. Then put some pretend decorations on it like pretend leafs and pretend apples. Cook it in an oven at 15 degrees, for 25 minutes. When it dings, it’s done. Then I’ll put it on a plate. Then I’ll share it with my family and friends. And I’ll give a little piece to my fish Ariel.”
Max- “My Grandpa would catch it. We wouldn’t put anything on it. Put it in an oven. At 1 degrees for 30 minutes. We’d wait for it to cooked. We let it cool off. Then we eat it.”
Scarlett- “Get one from the store. Put some seasoning like mint on it. Cook it in a stove at 50 degrees for 50 minutes. I’d know when it’s done when it beeps. Then put it on a plate. Then eat it.”
Soren- “Get one from the store. I usually get them from stores. My dad doesn’t put on any seasonings. Put it in the oven on 2 or 3 degrees for 2 minutes. When it beeps it’s done. Then take it out of the oven. Then I just start cutting it open and find the bones. Then that’s it, eat it.”
Vera- “Go hunting then cook it in oven at when it’s hot out, at 10 degrees. For 11 minutes, then eat it. I would not put anything on it.”
Victor- “Get it from a food store. Then we bring it home. We put nothing on it. I’d cook it in a stove at 90 degrees for 50 minutes. Then we take it out and have a party with it.”
Victoria- “Get one from the grocery store. I’ll bring it home and put it in oven. I don’t put any toppings on it. Cook it at medium for 10 o’clock. Then I’ll eat it.”
Free 10 Year Smoke Alarms From The American Red Cross
(Free installation included)
We have been asked to distribute this to all Oak Grove parents by our very own Jeff Klonowski (maintenance staff). Please consider the opportunity for a way to safeguard your home by having new 10 year smoke alarms throughout your residence as a program through the American Red Cross at NO COST.
OFFER GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 20, 2017
Please see the attachment for details.
Disaster Action Team Captain Jeff Klonowski will lead the smoke alarm installations. For any questions or to set up an appointment by phone:
Concert Choir Visits ND State Capitol
Met with Governor Doug Burgum for photo.Our Concert Choir was invited by Governor Burgum to sing in the Memorial Hall at the Capitol building on Monday, May 1st. Some seniors from government classes and one of our social studies teachers, Mr. Wright, joined us for this special trip. We were able to take a tour of the Heritage Center and took a behind the scenes look at the Senate, House, and Supreme Courtroom. We ended by going up to the 18th floor to have a look at all of Bismarck and the surrounding area.
A group of Grovers along with teacher Marc DeLorme left for an incrediable D.C. experience! They have visited museum’s and went on a night tour of D.C.'s notable land marks. On Easter Sunday, they visited Georgetown and went to the National Cathedral for an awesome service and experience. Sunday night the kids officially got “on program” and got to meet students from the other schools. Through Close-Up they’ve been doing mock Congress’, writing legislation, and have met with staffers from all three of North Dakota’s Congress members on Capitol Hill. On Thursday, the group was treated to an exclusive tour of the Pentagon with Oak Grove graduate, Brigadier General Chaplain Soljhem. They also visited Arlington cemetery, and the White House.
Left to right: Griffin Alvarez, Carlin Schoenfish and Grant Tharaldson
Congratulations to the following students for being a top 10 finalist, earning the right to compete
during the Geography Bee held on Friday, January 20:
Carlin Schoenfish - 8th Grade GeoBee Champion
Grant Tharaldson - 8th Grade Runner Up
Griffin Alvarez - 8th Grade Third Place
The school Bee, at which students answered questions on geography, was the first round in the 29th annual National Geographic Bee.
Interested in Norway 2018?
Experience Norway (tentatively Trondheim, Lillehammer, Bergen, Oslo)– 10 days
Deadline to enroll on the Norway 2018 tour is February 28. While you have missed the December discount, you can still enroll on tour. We have approximately 15 spots remaining.
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Time Lapse of Oak Grove Lutheran School's Blanket Day. Middle School students make 100+ blankets to give to the Ronald McDonald House in Fargo, ND.
State of the Elementary School Address
October 27, 2016
Oak Grove Lutheran School Observes International Peace Day!
Wednesday September 21: Oak Grove Student Body and Staff participated in International Peace Day. This day was established in 1981 by the United Nations resolution 36/37. The general assembly has declared this day as a day devoted to, "Commemorating and strengthening the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples." Peace day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace.
A moving chapel conducted by Jessica McEvers, Campus Ministry director, recognized our 31 international students from 12 countries. A student from each country brought his or her own candle to the unity candle to unite as one! We as a school came together to pray for each other and for peace worldwide. Each country shared their words of peace in their native language.
Show Your Oak Grove Pride!
WITH A GATE CITY BANK ATM & CHECK CARD
Show your school spirit with a My School Spirit ATM and Check Card from Gate City Bank. Students can receive an Oak Grove Lutheran School ATM and Check Card FREE when you open a new checking account from August 29th to September 10th 2016. Gate City Bank will donate $5 to Oak Grove Lutheran School for every card ordered.
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Oak Grove Student Creates Mural For Grover Grounds!
Oak Grove 7th grader Rania Leslie was asked to create a new mural above Grover Grounds. Watch the high speed creation! Thank you Rania and Alesha Leslie for the time and talent you put into this project!
Philanthropy and Youth Internship Senior Avery Zasada completes summer internship program.
Oak Grove senior, Avery Zasada joined Philanthropy and Youth (PaY) in the fall of 2015 and took full advantage of her first year of membership. PaY is a student organization sponsored by The Barry Foundation at 22 different schools in the Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo, and Detroit Lakes communities. Each school’s PaY committee is given $5,000 each year to grant to non-profit organizations within their community. Throughout the year, students learn about their leadership strengths, research and tour different non-profit organizations, and go through the granting process to decide which organizations they want to grant their $5000 to.
The Barry Foundation has also recently begun the Philanthropy and Youth Summer Internship program. Through this new program, students who are involved in PaY are able to apply for a summer internship. The 16 students who are selected for an internship are placed with a non-profit in the community, given a special project to accomplish for that organization and get the opportunity to see behind the scenes of the non-profit working world. Over the last two and a half months, Avery spent her days working at The Gifted Learning Project with her mentor, Noreen. It was evident based on Avery’s presentation at the Internship Celebration that the summer had transformed her. She spent each day learning and growing into her role, she said “Noreen has taught me how to analyze plant samples, to crowd source and market effectively, and to always view people through a lens of compassion and empathy.”
Avery consistently expresses her gratitude for the opportunities that have been presented to her through PaY and The Barry Foundation and is hopeful that through her experiences she is able to encourage others to join the PaY organization and apply for a summer internship.
Grover Students in Summer Theatre Productions at Trollwood and Gooseberry!
THE LITTLE MERMAID - Trollwood Performing Arts
Grace Grettum is on the Technology Crew
Madison Uecker is on the Technology Crew
BYE BYE BIRDIE - GOOSEBERRY PARK PLAYERS
Spencer Green plays Conrad Birdie
Celia Bauer is a Sweet Apple Teen and Featured Dancer
Christopher Parks is the NYC and Ed Sullivan Ensembles
Bye Bye Birdie Photos
2016 Oak Grove Graduation Day
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Photo above taken by Cheryl Muir, Oak Grove parent
Oak Grove Students Day of Service
Oak Grove Students Organize Citywide "Day Of Service".
KVRR covered the story following the students
May, 20, 2016
Oak Grove Lutheran School students organized a special city-wide "Day of Service" with 15 organizations in need of volunteer services. Students volunteered at the Great Plains Food Bank, the Salvation Army, Dakota Boys Ranch, The Arc, Imagine Thriving, homeless shelters, nursing homes and other sites around the area.
While the high school students worked off campus with these organizations, the middle school students were on campus baking cookies and creating special cards for U.S soldiers and the homeless in our community. In addition, Middle School students planted flowers to improve the north campus school grounds.
Student Body President Elected
This year’s run for the office of Student Body President had seven candidates in contention. During Thursday's chapel juniors Mari Aaker, Jackson Adams, Thomas Burgum, Emily Card, Taranvir Johal, Isaac Noel, and Alexander Rothfusz each gave a 5 minute speech outlining their campaign for progress and growth in the 2016-17 school year.
The students sequestered themselves for voting shortly after chapel. A second runoff vote was needed between the two top candidates in order to get a majority vote. When the votes were tallied, Tom Burgum was elected as the 2016-17 Student Body President. Mr. Burgum accepted the position and remarked, “I am looking forward to working together with the students and faculty next year, thank you.”
Photo left to right: Alexander Rothfusz, Taranvir Johal, Thomas Burgum, Mari Aaker, Emily Card, Jackson Adams, Isaac Noel
Accreditation And Why It's Important to Oak Grove
If you scroll down to the bottom of the Oak Grove webpage, there is a statement tat reads in part: "Oak Grove Lutheran School is a private school offering grades pre-K to 12. The school's rich Lutheran heritage dates back to 196. NCA/AdvancED accreditation since 1926 reflects the school's long history of high academic standards." Education accreditation is a process in which the quality of the institution is evaluated by not only the stakeholders of the institution, but also a group of people put together by an accrediting agency.
Together, the evaluators determine if a set of standards are met, and if so, the institution is accredited. There are several accrediting agencies in the U.S., and the agency that accredits Oak Grove Lutheran School is now called AdvancED. AdvancED is the largest community of education professionals in the world, conducting rigorous on-site external reviews of preK-12 schools to ensure that all learners realize their full potential. Their goal is to help schools improve.
Why all the information on AdvancED and accreditation? Well, Oak Grove’s accreditation is coming due next year. That means that we will get a chance to conduct some research on what is going right in our school, what are areas of growth for us as a school, and what our future may hold. Next fall, we will be conducting in-depth internal reviews into all aspects of our school. We will be formulating a plan based on our findings, and moving forward with excitement to our external review date.
During our external review, a little over a year from now, a group of educators from around the state will come into our school and conduct the same review over the course of 2 days. They will talk to many people, sit in on several classes, and make suggestions for improvement within our school. Armed with this information, we will go into our future with strong ideas for our continued excellence.
Over the course of this spring, we will be discussing each section of the AdvancED accreditation tool and what you can expect from the process. Then, next fall, you all will be asked to take a survey online to give your input as to our strengths as well as our areas of needed growth. We are excited to begin this process, and we look forward to working with you over the course of the next year.
The Oak Grove Hall of Fame committee is asking for your input. The committee is asking for your help in nominating deserving individuals you feel worthy of being selected into the school’s hall of fame. Selected individuals are inducted at Homecoming and receive a plaque that hangs on the Oak Grove Wall of Distinction with past Hall of Fame and Living the Mission recipients.
The Oak Grove Hall of Fame recognizes alumni, faculty, staff and coaches who exemplify the spirit, integrity and mission of Oak Grove Lutheran School. Those who have made significant contributions and have brought honor to Oak Grove Lutheran School are eligible for selection. Please email Carrie Pierce at email@example.com with your nomination and supporting statement. We greatly appreciate your help!
The Oak Grove Experience
Shared values, much like a mission statement, are meant to be timeless in their reflection of the organization’s character and culture. When Oak Grove is shining brightest, when we are at our best, the atmosphere and culture that carries us to those heights should be most clearly seen through the shared values.
– Mike Slette, President, Oak Grove