Dissect Barn Owl Vomit Whaaaaaat is That!!

The students in Mrs. Islas’s 4th grade classroom had the pleasure of dissecting barn owl pellets as part of their science lesson.  Barn Owls eat small rodents, rabbits etc. and they vomit their bones in the form of a small pellet.  Students dissected these barn owl pellets and used a diagram of different small animals bones to match… [Continue Reading]


Attendance Counts

As part of our Attendance Counts initiative, we post our attendance percentage for the day right outside the school office so all students and parents are aware of our attendance.  As part of our end of the day announcements, we recognize classrooms with 100% attendance for the day.  


3rd & 4th Graders Create Underground RR Quilt

Did you know some historians believe that African American slaves may have used a quilt code to navigate the Underground Railroad? They believe that certain patterns in the quilts contained secret messages that helped direct slaves to freedom. Students in Mr. Mudge’s classroom created their own quilt as part of their study of the Underground… [Continue Reading]

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Fun Times at The Zoo

Our Honey Creek annual Zoo Fieldtrip for Kindergarten students took place on March 31, 2015.  Although the weather started out a little dreary and cold it turned out to be a nice day.  A special thank you to all the parent volunteers that attended the fieldtrip. The students had a fun filled educational experience and… [Continue Reading]


Oakridge Farm Learning Journey

On March 18, 2015 our K5 students experienced the Learning Journey program at Oakridge Farm in Dousman WI.  Students were able to tour and learn about a real working farm.  They met some of the animals on the farm and took a wagon ride.



Honey Creek

Honey Creek boasts a champion staff; respectful, responsible, intelligent and hardworking students; and dedicated families. We believe in working together to provide a quality educational program full of rich and meaningful experiences for our children so that they are college- and career-ready. Our school is recognized for students’ strong academic achievement.