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Panorama Panthers Elementary Citizen of the Week

May 11, 2018

Citizen of the Week

This week’s Citizen of the Week quietly demonstrates what it means to be Panther READY every day in our classroom. He is a great listener and is always one of the first students to follow directions when they are given. This student puts forth a lot of effort during our daily work time, and I can always count on him to finish his assignments and get them turned in on time. When something is difficult, he doesn’t give up, but keeps working at it, asking for help when he doesn’t understand something. This student has a kind heart and doesn’t like to see his classmates feeling sad or upset. Because he tends to be quiet, I don’t think people always notice right away what a caring and responsible student he is. For these reasons, this week’s Citizen of the Week is………..

Connor Deardorff

We would also like to thank the Panorama Booster Club for providing t-shirts for our Citizens of the Week!
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Panorama Panthers MS/HS Teacher Feature

MS/HS Teacher Feature....
My name is Jenelle Jarnagin. I grew up on a farm outside of Johnston and graduated from Johnston High School. I have two younger sisters, one lives in Kansas City while the other lives in Ankeny. I graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in Mathematics. I spent my first 5 years of teaching in Eagle Grove, Iowa and the last 17 years here at Panorama teaching all different levels of high school mathematics. Over the past two years, I have been a part of the Teacher Leaders in the District. In my spare time, I enjoy to reading and visiting with my nieces and nephew. I got the opportunity two years ago to go to Europe with Mrs. Lindstrom and her Art students, and I am looking forward to doing it again next summer.
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Panorama Panthers 6th Grade Students Field Trip

The 6th students visited the Panora Public Library and the Guthrie County Vedette office today. They learned all the resources available at the library from the internet, books, & cake pans! At the Vedette office, students explored the binded newspapers from years ago...finding faces of the past! Thank you to Kim Finnegan and Ashley Schable for this learning experience.
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