C. E. Jacobson Elementary
Rush City students are learning to give without expecting reward through an art-inspired fundraiser. Erin Waters, a second-grade teacher at Jacobson Elementary, spearheaded the All About Giving art show and sale, which the school will present from 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, in the cafeteria. All...Read More
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A good turnout of Rush City elementary students created some fine inventions for the Jacobson Elementary Inventors Fair, which was presented to teachers and students the morning of March 20. The judges awarded first place to fifth-graders Remi Elbert and Natalie Dziuban for their innovation, the Tou...Read More
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On Halloween, staff members at Jacobson Elementary in Rush City decided to dress like the crayons from Drew Daywalt’s book, “The Day the Crayons Quit.” It all came about when Kelly Albright read the book to her son, Jake, and he absolutely loved it. She told the media specialist, Gara Goldenst...Read More
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Jacobson Elementary fifth and sixth graders enjoyed another successful Knowledge Bowl season. The students brought home the third place trophy at the Feb. 3 competition in Pine City. On Feb. 11, the team earned the first place trophy at the Mora competition. Congratulations to the team. Its hard wor...Read More
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Rush City elementary students this year did the best job ever in returning their “5 Over Summer” reading sheets, as 92 students not only read at least five books at their reading level this summer but remembered to bring in their reading sheets on the first day of school,  . Reporting the news ...Read More
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Kindergarten Roundup at C. E. Jacobson Elementary in Rush City will be Aug. 30.  The roundup session will be 10 to 11:30 a.m. Parents are asked to bring their children to the roundup and return to pick them up at the conclusion, using the front entrance facing the high school. Those who have questi...Read More
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