Elementary School Yearbook (Pre-K-6th) *Cost is $12
Make a payment in the school office. Checks payable to Floodwood School.
7th Grade Schwan's Cares Fundraiser
Schwan’s Home Delivery offers over 350 delicious foods, flash-frozen at the peak of freshness and conveniently delivered to your door. Through Schwans-Cares.com, you can order from Schwan’s Home Delivery and help the 7th grade class meet its fundraising goals. When you order by February 26th, 2015 , 20% of product and 40% of e-certificate sales will go back to the 7th grade class. In addition, Schwan’s will contribute 5% of all orders to the 7th grade for the rest of the year!
Here are two ways to support us!
1. Visit Schwans-Cares.com
2. Enter Campaign ID: 17967 into the search box located in the upper right hand corner then click to open
3. Click the "Buy Now" button to purchase an eGift Card or "Shop Now" to place a product order.
Order by Phone:
Call 1-855-870-7208 and provide Campaign ID: 17967
Homework Help Schedule
Tuesday Mrs. Goette 3:10-4:00 in her room.
Wednesday Mr. Blake Johnson 3:10-4:00 in his room.
Thursday Ms. Mattfield 3:10-4:30 in her room.
Students are welcome to go to Homework Help to work on any school work that they need to finish. Please take advantage of this great opportunity!
Please click the link below to view an awesome video by 2014 Floodwood graduate Justin Wilton. Thank you Justin for this amazing video that shows so much of what Floodwood and the Floodwood School has to offer!
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Boys and Girls Basketball Play-off Schedule
Boys Basketball Wednesday, March 4th
Section Semi-Finals at UMD
5:45 vs North Woods
Girls Basketball Thursday, March 5th
First Round Game at Esko
5:45 vs McGregor
Boys Basketball Friday, March 6th
Section Final at UMD
Girls Basketball Saturday, March 7th
Section Quarterfinals at the Hibbing Memorial Building
Girls Basketball Wednesday, March 11th
Section Semi-finals at the Hibbing Memorial Building
Girls Basketball Friday, March 13th
Section Semi-finals at the Hibbing Memorial Building
Spring Sports Meeting
The Spring Sports Meeting for baseball, softball and track athletes and parents will be Monday, March 16th at 6:00 PM in the large gym at the school.
Activities Director Adam Johnson will speak to the athletes and parents, and then the teams will split off into groups to speak with their coaches. Softball and track practices will begin on Monday, March 9th and baseball begins on Monday, March 16th.
All paperwork and fees must be paid prior to practices beginning. This can all be taken care of in the office at the school.
If you have any questions please contact Activities Director Adam Johnson at or at 218-476-2285 ext. 104.
Science Meets Minecraft
Blake Johnson's 7th and 8th grade students are using their iPads and the Minecraft app to learn about the structure and parts of a cell. This is one of many ways that teachers and students are using iPads to enhance school wide education.
GBB vs Cherry Jr. High 5:30, JV 5:45, V 7:15
GBB at Nashwauk-Keewtain Jr. High 5:45, JV 5:45, V 7:15
BBB Play-offs in Esko 7:30 (winner of Silver Bay and McGregor)
GBB vs North Woods Jr. High 5:30, JV 5:45, V 7:15
BBB Section 7A Quarterfinals at UMD 2:45 PM
Safe On My Own Class March 17 & 19
Maria Manner will be conducting her "Safe On My Own" program for kids in grades 4-6 on Tuesday, March 17th and March 19th from 3:00-5:15 PM at the Floodwood School. She will share safety information for kids who are reaching the age where their parents will be allowing them to stay home alone before or after school, or at other times.
She will instruct students on how to handle situations that kids could encounter while being alone at home. This ranges from how to handle answering the phone, to a knock at the door, to kitchen safety and basic first aid. The cost of the class is $25.
To register please contact Adam Johnson at or by phone at 476-2285 ext. 104.
What is "Polar Pride"?
Floodwood School has adopted a Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBIS) framework which supports a positive school climate and the reduction of problem behavior. The language used by staff as part of this framework is “Polar Pride". Polar Pride is taught and modeled by Floodwood School staff using the Polar Pride matrix. Students are taught expectations in all settings at the beginning of each school year. Additionally, teachers reteach the matrix and expectations throughout the year as needed. Floodwood Elementary staff (grade PK-6) distribute “Pride Paws” throughout the day to students demonstrating Polar Pride. The Pride Paws are used to reinforce positive behavior. As students receive Pride Paws they write their name on the paw and place them in their classroom bucket. Each week the paws are collected from each classroom and the name of one boy and one girl is drawn. These students are recognized as “Students of the Week.” At the High School, one girl and one boy is nominated by staff each week and are also recognized as “Students of the Week.” These students are honored for consistently showing Polar Pride in recent weeks. All “Students of the Week” receive recognition for their good work (certificates, announcements, etc.)
The Floodwood School staff work hard to recognize positive behavior in our students each day. Research shows that when schools have a framework for recognizing positive behavior, positive behavior increases and negative behavior decreases which has a direct impact on the overall positive climate of the building.