• All-School Activities

    School Activities

    Cowern Picture Day

    Wednesday, October 13th, 2021

    Lifetouch will be scheduled to take school pictures on Wednesday, October 13th. Lifetouch picture forms have been distributed to students; don't forget to place your orders for pictures now! 

    Re-takes for Picture Day are scheduled for Friday, November 12th. 

    PTG Fund Run! 

    Friday, October 15th, 2021
     
    All students will participate during their specialist time.  Have you registered online yet?  It is quick and easy...and there is still time!  Donations will be collected through October 22.  See attachment for details.
     
    Interested in cheering on our Cubs?  Email us at cowern622@gmail.com so we know to expect you and we will send out details.  See the most recent Paw Prints for more info.
     

    After School Activities

    District 622 offers year-round enrichment activities for young people in elementary and middle school.  To find out more, call 651-748-7432 or visit the youth enrichment programs website to get more information.
     
    ACT Program
     
    Our ACT (Ashland Collaborative Theatre) Program is back for the 2021-2022 school year! This year Ashland Productions is back for another production called We Are Monsters: A New Musical. Participant cost is $100 (there are scholarships available) and the program is available for grades K-5. You can register online https://ashlandproductions.formstack.com/forms/2021act_2b beginning October 4th, 2021 at 10am and closing October 18th, 2021 or until filled. Registrations will be taken on a first come first serve basis. Rehearsals will be at Cowern Elementary on Tuesdays/Thursdays, 3:30pm-5:00pm, 10/26/21. 
     
    TECH SCHEDULE: Tech rehearsals take place at the theater in the Maplewood YMCA from 2/16/22 – 2/18/22 
    PERFORMANCES: Performances take place at the theater in the Maplewood YMCA on 2/19/22 and 2/20/22  
     
     
    Wolf Ridge Environmental Center
    Cowern 5th Graders get an opportunity to participate in an environmental learning experience in the great North woods.  The students get to travel on a coach bus up north to Wolf Ridge, spend 3 days and 2 nights discovering ways of learning that last a lifetime. 
     
    Wolf Ridge was founded in 1971 and is located on a ridge overlooking Lake Superior.  The 2000 acre campus features creeks, two lakes, two high peaks, 18-miles of trail and a mixed forest of maple, birch, and spruce. Wildlife is abundant and includes pine marten, eagles, moose, black bear, whitetail deer, fox, wolves, beaver, peregrine falcons and loons. Facilities include three classroom buildings, two dormitories, a dining hall, a raptor aviary, a library, two auditoriums, two rock-climbing walls, two outdoor ropes courses, and an administration building.
     
    Have you ever felt the excitement of a chickadee perching on your head? Taken a step back in time as you paddle a voyageur canoe, singing voyageur songs at the top of your lungs? Jumped off the zip-line of a high ropes course as your friends and family cheer you on? Gazed in awe at a wolf track between your snowshoes? These are some of the things the students may experience while attending classes at Wolf Ridge.