Message from Principal Paul Bierman, Katie Mathews, Matt Peetz
As our school year winds down....
And just like that, it’s May! As the school year winds down, let's celebrate our school community for the hard work that has been going on throughout the year. We are proud of our students hard work, for their great behaviors, and for always doing their best. We are thankful for our teachers who work diligently to provide a quality education and make a difference for our children. And a special thanks to our families: your involvement and encouragement is an essential piece that helps our students be successful learners.

As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Thank You Teachers!

May 6-10 Teacher Appreciation Week

Thank a former or current teacher who has supported your education and your child's education!
Upcoming Events
MAY:
6-10 - National Teacher Appreciation Week
10 - Pastries with Parents 7:00-7:45 a.m.
12 - Mother's Day
15 - 3rd grade to Rural Safety Days (All day trip. Please pack a lunch or order one.)
15 - 1st grade to Henry Vilas Zoo (All day trip. Please pack a lunch or order one.)
16 - PTO meeting at Trailbreak 6:30 p.m.
16 - Trailbreak Pizza Fundraiser pick up in LaValle School gym 2:30-4:30 p.m.
16 - 2nd grade to Mirror Lake (All day trip. Please pack a lunch or order one.)
24 - 2nd/3rd to Wildcat Mountain (All day trip. Please pack a lunch or order one.)
27 - NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
28 - South School Community Open House - 4:00-6:00 p.m.
29 - 1st grade to Mirror Lake Trip (Please pack a lunch or order from food service)

JUNE:
4 - All school to Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show (Please pack a lunch or order from food service.)
7 - 2nd/3rd to Kickapoo Valley Reserve (Please pack a lunch or order from food service)
11 - Last Student Day and All School Picnic. (Please pack a lunch or order from food service. Hot lunch will not be served.)

*If you plan to attend any of these school day events/trips, please be sure to have a completed background check on file with the school district.
River of Rocks Painting Project
On April 26 we invited students to bring in a rock (or two in case a friend forgot) to paint. We are using these rocks to create a “river of rocks” outside of our front entrance.

We talked about clean water and its importance to us and what we can do to keep water clean.

In the future you can expect to see other environmental things we are working on at Ironton-LaValle ElementarySchool.

Everyday students and staff are making a difference!
2019-2020
District-Wide Registration
Thursday, August 1 and Tuesday, August 6

Reedsburg Area High School

1:00-7:00 p.m.

May 10 we will host Pastries with Parents. This event is sponsored by the PTO. All students and parents are invited to join us from 7:00 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Paper copies of sign up sheets came home already. If you do not receive one, please call the school office to give us a head count.
All School Picnic
All school picnic will be held on the final student day, June 11 beginning at 11:10 a.m. Please join us in our year end picnic! No hot lunch will be served on this day, so be sure to pack your student a lunch or order a sack lunch from our food service program. Be sure to check that you have a background check on file before this event.
Food Service 
The month's breakfast and lunch menus may be accessed by clicking the button below. Payments may be made  online through Skyward or dropped off in the office.

Visit our website for more information on  payments or applying for a  reduced fee or free meals.
School District of Reedsburg 
Ironton-LaValle Elementary School 
 (608) 985-7716
 109 River Street
LaValle, WI 53941
District Mission Statement
Our mission is to prepare our students for the future, instill a sense of respect and a passion for learning.