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Thursday, May 17, 2018

May 29th - Middle School Spring Concert and Awards Night, 7p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Saturday school is this Saturday, May 19th.  Applications can be picked up at the office and are due to the teachers by 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 17th.

There are high school and middle school football sign-up sheets in the office.  If you are interested in participating in football this fall please sign up.  There will also be a football meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd at 3:00 in Mr. Grimm's room for all interested high school and middle school players. Go Steelhead!

Dress and Personal Appearance

With the warm weather upon us, the following is a reminder of proper dress while in school.  This information can also be found in the school handbook:

Students will be required to dress appropriately for school in order to maintain good decorum and a favorable academic atmosphere, both of which require a healthy, safe, non-disruptive, non-offensive and non-distractive environment. An individual’s dress and personal appearance should reflect sensitivity to and a respect for others. A few rules to note are these:

· Some type of footwear must be worn.

· Headgear is not allowed inside the school, unless specifically required by the instructor in the classroom, throughout the entirety of the school day, and will be left in lockers.

· Students are required to wear safety or special purpose equipment whenever it is required.

· Students will not be permitted to wear clothing, jewelry, or other items promoting alcohol or illegal substances.

· Students will not be permitted to wear clothing on which print that is offensive in nature is written. Offensive print would include but not be limited to words, statements, or graphic referencing, discrimination, profanity, or other obscenities. If in the opinion of any staff member, a student’s dress and/or appearance is 1) inappropriate to the maintenance of good decorum, or a favorable academic atmosphere; 2) detracts from the learning process; 3) is an undesirable influence upon other students; 4) violates one of the above noted rules, the staff member will direct the student to the administration. The student may be required to change clothing or be subjected to the school’s discipline codes. School Dance Guidelines: The following rules assist us in holding appropriate high school dances. School dances and social

Summer School

Summer school registration is taking place on line this year.  Please log in to your Skyward Family Access account and click on Arena Scheduling.

Service Learning

8th grade students - Summer is just around the corner and that means we have started accepting students for summer school.  In addition to some fun classes you can take like Tennis and Ultimate Frisbee, many of the elementary level classes are looking for help.  If you want to help in classes like Kickin’ Sports (soccer/kickball), Gear Up for Kindergarten, Icky Sticky Chemistry, or many others please consider signing up for the class titled Teaching Aide Experience.  We would love to have several helpers per class.  You can do this class to earn hours toward service learning for next year.  You are required to have a minimum of 10 hours of service learning each school year during high school.  If you have questions, please call or email Mr. Krause at the elementary school.  

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

 

 

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

May 29th - Middle School Spring Concert and Awards Night, 7p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Saturday school is this Saturday, May 19th.  Applications can be picked up at the office and are due to the teachers by 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 17th.

Tech Ed Open House

Tech Ed Open House is taking place on Wednesday, May 16th from 4 - 8 p.m. in the Tech Ed room 239.  Take advantage of this opportunity to meet the students and instructor, check out course offerings, articulated class options, and give input on future projects.  Silent auction for student-made items:  modular deer stands and corn hole game sets.  There will be a Mexican themed meal, prepared by the World Language and Family and Consumer Ed programs will be available for $5 per person.

There are high school and middle school football sign-up sheets in the office.  If you are interested in participating in football this fall please sign up.  There will also be a football meeting on Wednesday, May 23rd at 3:00 in Mr. Grimm's room for all interested high school and middle school players. Go Steelhead!

Summer School

Summer school registration is taking place on line this year.  Please log in to your Skyward Family Access account and click on Arena Scheduling.

Service Learning

8th grade students - Summer is just around the corner and that means we have started accepting students for summer school.  In addition to some fun classes you can take like Tennis and Ultimate Frisbee, many of the elementary level classes are looking for help.  If you want to help in classes like Kickin’ Sports (soccer/kickball), Gear Up for Kindergarten, Icky Sticky Chemistry, or many others please consider signing up for the class titled Teaching Aide Experience.  We would love to have several helpers per class.  You can do this class to earn hours toward service learning for next year.  You are required to have a minimum of 10 hours of service learning each school year during high school.  If you have questions, please call or email Mr. Krause at the elementary school.  

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

 

Thursday, May 10, 2018

May 29th - Middle School Spring Concert and Awards Night, 7p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Summer School

Summer school registration is taking place on line this year.  Please log in to your Skyward Family Access account and click on Arena Scheduling.

Service Learning

8th grade students - Summer is just around the corner and that means we have started accepting students for summer school.  In addition to some fun classes you can take like Tennis and Ultimate Frisbee, many of the elementary level classes are looking for help.  If you want to help in classes like Kickin’ Sports (soccer/kickball), Gear Up for Kindergarten, Icky Sticky Chemistry, or many others please consider signing up for the class titled Teaching Aide Experience.  We would love to have several helpers per class.  You can do this class to earn hours toward service learning for next year.  You are required to have a minimum of 10 hours of service learning each school year during high school.  If you have questions, please call or email Mr. Krause at the elementary school.  

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

 

 

Monday, May 7, 2018

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

All students in 7th, 8th, and 11th grades are not required to attend school on Wednesday, May 2nd due to ACT Aspire testing.  All 9th and 10th grade students are required to attend on that day.  12th grade students will be on their Senior trip on that day. 

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

All students in 7th, 8th, and 11th grades are not required to attend school on Wednesday, May 2nd due to ACT Aspire testing.  All 9th and 10th grade students are required to attend on that day.  12th grade students will be on their Senior trip on that day. 

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

 

Monday, April 30, 2018

Menu changes:  April 30th baked chicken

All students in 7th, 8th, and 11th grades are not required to attend school on Wednesday, May 2nd due to ACT Aspire testing.  All 9th and 10th grade students are required to attend on that day.  12th grade students will be on their Senior trip on that day. 

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

Friday, April 27, 2018

Menu changes:  April 30th baked chicken

Middle School Dance tonight from 6 - 9 p.m.

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Menu changes:  April 30th baked chicken

Forward Exam testing on April 24th - 26th

Middle School Dance

The next middle school dance will be Friday, April 27th.

Other Announcements

Wisconsin Youth Anglers is a new club being piloted in the Chequamegon Bay Region.  This chapter will be open to the students of the Ashland, Washburn, and Bayfield school districts.  It is the goal of this club to introduce youth to not only the sport of fishing, but also the science and industries behind it.  At this time,  we are opening registration to our chapters 17-week long Summer tournament.  Registration is available in person at the River Rock in Ashland.

 

UMD Cybergames Youth League (UMDCYL) is an online programming contest sponsored by UMD.  Teams of students write programs that control the player in simulations or classic video games, like Pac-Man and Space Invaders.  This is a fun and exciting way to learn to program and takes place completely online.  This year's league will run from May 7th through June 3rd, with a new challenge every Monday.  Please see Mr. Coleman if you are interested.

 

Thursday, April 19, 2018

Saturday School is scheduled for April 21st. Please have your applications in to your teacher by Thursday, April 19 by 3:30 p.m.

Menu changes:  April 19th sub sandwich and April 30th baked chicken

Forward Exam testing on April 24th - 26th

Middle School Dance

The next middle school dance will be Friday, April 27th.

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Saturday School is scheduled for April 21st. Please have your applications in to your teacher by Thursday, April 19 by 3:30 p.m.

Are you interested in joining a new youth band?  The Washburn School of Rock is seeking 10 - 15 year old students interested in joining.  Participants will rehearse as a group six times in preparation for a performance.  Some experience is preferred for instrument players, all instruments will be considered.  Singers and rappers are encouraged to join.  Cost is $30 for the session, scholarships are available and sessions start April 13th.  Please stop by the office for additional information.

Middle School Dance

The next middle school dance will be Friday, April 27th.

Hallways

Please make sure all boots, shoes, gym bags and backpacks are not left on the floor in the hallways.  All of these items need to be put in the lockers.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Are you interested in joining a new youth band?  The Washburn School of Rock is seeking 10 - 15 year old students interested in joining.  Participants will rehearse as a group six times in preparation for a performance.  Some experience is preferred for instrument players, all instruments will be considered.  Singers and rappers are encouraged to join.  Cost is $30 for the session, scholarships are available and sessions start April 13th.  Please stop by the office for additional information.

Middle School Dance

The next middle school dance will be Friday, April 27th.

Hallways

Please make sure all boots, shoes, gym bags and backpacks are not left on the floor in the hallways.  All of these items need to be put in the lockers.