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Upcoming Events


    May 24: 4th Grade Field Trip- Bonanzaville (Learning Bank)

    May 26: Last Day of School!

    May 26: All medication needs to be picked up from the school office

Legacy Elementary School News

  • Field Day

    Legacy Field Day 

    What is it?

    Field Day is a chance for all of our students to get outside and enjoy some physical activity. Students will be outside in the morning and afternoon participating in different stations and having a ton of fun. Volunteers would help run various stations and manage students as they rotate between locations.

    When is Field Day?

    Tuesday, May 24

    4th & 5th Grade: 8:20 AM – 9:30 AM

    Kinder & 2nd Grade: 9:30 AM – 10:40 AM

    1st & 3rd Grade: 1:00 PM – 2:10 PM 

    What should my student bring?

    Comfortable/athletic clothing
    Tennis shoes (closed toe)
    Water Bottle
    Sun-Blocking Hat or Cap



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  • iPads, Bricks, Cords

    Please make sure that you return your student's iPad and charger to school as soon as possible to avoid any fees.



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  • Moving

    Legacy Families

    If you are moving over the summer and will not be attending Legacy Elementary in the fall, please email Elsie Opp.  This will help us when creating our class lists for the upcoming school year.  Thank you!



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  • STB

    School Tool Box

    You can now order your School Tool Box for the 2022-2023 school year! Here is some important info to keep in mind:

    1. School Tool Boxes are only available to order online. There will not be extras available for purchase.
    2. You have to order by the dates listed on the flyer to take advantage of the discounted prices.
    3. Be sure to choose your child’s school Legacy. 
    4. Your boxes will be delivered to your school and available in your child’s classroom on Back to School Night in August.
    5. Double check the grade when ordering. Be sure to enter the grade that your child will be in for the 2022-2023 school year.
    6. Let us do the shopping for you AND feed kids in need in the process!  1 Box = 1 Meal.
    7. Visit to place your order.



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  •  Star


    Legacy Families and Friends!


    The time has come for our 100th Day TO School Celebration! Some of you may remember, but others are like…what in the world is Mr. Markusen talking about now? Does he not realize that we are well past the “100th Day” OF school and actually quite close to the end of the year as a matter of fact. Yes, I do realize these facts, but we are looking to continue our little twist on this time-honored tradition again over the summer of 2022!


    We still recognize the 100th day of school when that comes up during the year, but often times we get towards the end of the year and it becomes a countdown to when we are finally done with the school year. I fully realize that we all (teachers, parents, students, etc.) need a break, as well as some time to enjoy summer and recharge. That being said, counting down to the end of the year at times feels like we can’t wait to get away from school. We work hard and very purposefully in creating a culture, climate, and learning environment here at Legacy that is one we can't wait to be a part of. I often refer to Legacy as a "Destination" type school where students and staff cannot wait to get here each day!


    May 17th marks 100 days exactly until we start up the 22-23 school year on August 25th! We want to build momentum and excitement towards this day and have a fun way to do so. Your son/daughter has or will be bringing home a LEADERS BINGO sheet that focuses on many of the “Big Rocks” we have worked on throughout this year at Legacy. Things such as Reading, Math, Writing, 7 Mindsets, Being Active/Fitness/Healthy Choices, P & the 4 C’s (Perseverance, Collaboration, Communication, Creativity, Critical Thinking), and Exploration/Creative type activities!


    We are hoping Legacy students will countdown the days on the 100 day countdown sheet until we start up again in August. Also look to complete as many of the activities on our Leaders Bingo sheet throughout the summer. Teachers will then be collecting these on the first day back on August 25th. They will look to showcase what has been done throughout the summer be it one square filled out, a regular BINGO of some sort or a BLACKOUT BINGO!! This will be a great way to team build as we start a new year together and to reinforce these "Big Rocks" as we call them here at Legacy. These Leadership Challenges, Academic/Life Skills, and Creative ideas do not stop and start with the beginning and end of our school year. We want these Habits and Mindsets to go not just through the school year, but through the summer and stay with our students throughout their lives!



    Hopefully this helps build excitement to the start of an amazing 22-23 school year, as well as help reinforce these important academic, social, and physical skills we have worked on this year and will continue to next year as well.


    One other note - for those students that end up completing every square on the Leadership BINGO sheet throughout the summer, thus a Blackout BINGO…we will be looking to have a Leadership Lunch with Mr. Markusen in the fall next year! Please plan to bring those back to your homeroom teacher at the start of next year!


    Thanks and Cheers to our Legacy Lion Leaders!


    Summer Bingo

    100 Day Countdown




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  • Missing Items?

    Please make sure you label your child's belongings (lunch boxes, jackets, sweatshirts, etc).  We would love to be able to return items to their owners.  Please visit our lost and found before or after school.  Thanks!

    Lost & Found items will be donated on Tuesday, May 31st.


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  • Reading Corps

    Legacy Elementary has been awarded a North Dakota Reading Corps Tutor position for next year! The Literacy Tutor will work with K-3 students who need a boost to catch up in reading. Tutors provide one-on-one research-based interventions to K-3 students, who are just below proficiency in reading (Tier II children). They tutor each student daily for 20 minutes in a pull-out format during the day, to build phonics, phonemic awareness, and fluency skills. Reading Corps provides our school with the expertise of an outside literacy consultant (Master Coach) who provides support and oversight by visiting the school regularly.

    We are recruiting now for our Elementary Literacy Tutor who will serve at our school for 10 months, beginning in August. The position will be about 20 hours or 28 hours/week (Monday-Friday when school is in session). The Tutor will receive training, a monthly living allowance of $1,025 or $1,350 and an annual education award of $2,474 or $3,247 at the end of the year to be used for college tuition or other educational purposes. Tutors who are 55 or older may choose to transfer their education award to a child, grandchild or foster child within 7 years.

    If you know someone who might be interested—a graduating college student, a friend in career transition, a grandparent or stay-at-home parent—please please direct them to to learn more and apply for this position.

    Who to recruit...

    Reading Corps Recruitment Flyer

    ND Reading Corps Fact Sheet

    Is Reading Crops Right for You 2022-2023

    2022-2023 Reading Corps Flyer


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  • Marky in the Morning

    Marky in the Morning

    Episode 1 10/29/2021

    Episode 2 11/23/2021

    Episode 3 12/22/2021 

    Episode 4 4/8/2022 - NEW!


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  • Nurse

    Medication Reminder!

    Please remember to pick up your child’s medication by the LAST DAY OF SCHOOL. Students are NOT permitted to transport medications home. Any medication remaining at school after the last day of school will be properly disposed of. This includes all prescription and non-prescription medications, inhalers, and Epi-Pens. 

    If your child is attending summer school at another location and will be needing the medication during summer school, parents/guardians are required to bring the medication to that location AND pick it up at the conclusion of summer school. 

    If your child will need medications at school next year, forms will be mailed to you or you can visit the WFPS website ( under the “Families” tab to obtain the form. 

    If you have any questions, please email Nurse Rachael.



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