Morgan Bonnichsen

Welcome to 3rd Grade

Hello! Welcome to our 3rd grade website. I am very excited to start the 2019-2020 school year with my fifth group of third graders.


Supply List


Wide Ruled Notebooks (5)

#2 Pencils

Crayon box or Pencil Case (Supply Storage)

1 - Elmer's Glue


Glue Sticks (5)


Folders (3)

Crayons (24 Count)

Markers (Washable Big or Small)

Index Cards

Post-it Notes

Highlighter (2)

Red Pens (2)

Binder (1 inch)

 Clorox Wipes



Colored Pencils




About Mrs. Bonnichsen

Name: Morgan Bonnichsen

Hometown: Huron, South Dakota

College: Dakota Wesleyan University

Teaching Experience: Miller School District

1 Year Title Math

4 Years Kindergarten

5th Year in 3rd Grade at Highmore-Harrold


Husband Justin (Butch) Bonnichsen

Kids Briar (5 Years old) 

Havyn (3 Years Old)

Rhett (1 year Old)

 Image may contain: 5 people, including Butch Bonnichsen and Morgan Bonnichsen, people smiling, people standing, child, tree, shoes, sky and outdoor


  Specials Schedule

Monday - Computers 10:30-11:00 & Music 1:30-2:00

Tuesday - PE 1:30-2:00

Wednesday - Computers 10:30-11:00, Music 1:30-2:00  & Art 1:00-1:30

Thursday -PE 1:30-2:00

  Friday -  Computers 10:30-11:00 & Music 12:30-1:00




 Contact Information

Please feel free to Contact me at any time with questions or concerns. The best way to contact me is through email:

2024 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 760-8449

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