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May 21

Don't miss the Honoring the Mothers Pow Wow at school on Saturday, May 25. Doors open at 5:30 and there will be fry bread tacos for sale! All are welcome!

May 10, 2019


State Solo & Ensemble Results:

Congratulations to the following middle school students on your performances at State Solo and Ensemble!

Rating - 1:  Evan Powers  - Vocal Solo

Rating - 2:  Matthew Vross - High School Jazz Ensemble

Saturday School:

The next Saturday School will be held on May 18th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Middle School Concert/Awards Ceremony:

Tuesday, May 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Sign-Up Sheets:

There is a middle school football and a girls' softball sign-up sheet in the office.  Please stop in if you are interested in participating.

Lake Superior Tall Ships Presentation:

Attention middle school and high school students: On Wednesday, May 15 in the LRC from 3:00-3:30, Gordon Ringberg, Mayor of Bayfield, will be giving a presentation on the Lake Superior Tall Ships organization, opportunities to enjoy sailing in the area and to Isle Royale, and about a free community event in Bayfield occurring Friday, September 6 through Sunday, September 8.


8th Grade Students:

Now Hiring! Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information

Castle Guard Kids Summer Program:

Washburn School District’s Castle Guard Kids Summer Program is seeking energetic and passionate individuals to run our highly successful Castle Guard Kids full day summer program. The Castle Guard Kids program teacher will design and deliver fun and engaging activities to elementary school aged students for the summer from 7:30am to 5:30pm. No certification/license necessary; hourly wage. Students must be at least 14 years old to apply. Students hired who are 14 or 15 years old will require a work permit. Please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office for an application and information about a work permit, if required.


Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




May 7, 2019


State Solo & Ensemble Results:

Congratulations to the following middle school students on your performances at State Solo and Ensemble!

Rating - 1:  Evan Powers  - Vocal Solo

Rating - 2:  Matthew Vross - High School Jazz Ensemble

Saturday School:

The next Saturday School will be held on May 18th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Middle School Concert/Awards Ceremony:

Tuesday, May 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Sign-Up Sheets:

There is a middle school football and a girls' softball sign-up sheet in the office.  Please stop in if you are interested in participating.

8th Grade Students:

Now Hiring! Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




May 3, 2019

Middle School Dance:

Friday, May 3rd from 7 - 10 p.m. in the MS/HS Cafeteria.  Theme - Vacation!

Middle School Concert/Awards Ceremony:

Tuesday, May 28th at 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

Middle School Football:

There is a middle school football sign-up sheet in the office.  Please stop in if you are interested in participating.

8th Grade Students:

Now Hiring! Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




April 25, 2019

Saturday School is this Saturday, April 27th

8th Grade Students:

Now Hiring! Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information

Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum.  

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




April 23, 2019


MS Baseball:  April 24th game has been moved to Hurley due to our field conditions.  Bus leaves the middle school at 3:30 p.m.  Game time is approximately 5:30 p.m. in Hurley.


Saturday School is this Saturday, April 27th


April 24th:

7th and 8th Grade:  Middle School students will be taking the Forward exam during a portion of the day and the rest of the day will be a regular school day for Middle School students.

Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum.  

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



April 18, 2019


Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum- join us for the artist reception Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30-8 PM!  Be sure to vote for your favorite art pieces and stop by the refreshments table.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




April 9, 2019


Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum- join us for the artist reception Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30-8 PM!  Be sure to vote for your favorite art pieces and stop by the refreshments table.

Spring Sports Pictures:

Spring sport pictures will take place on Wednesday, April 10th for Track and Baseball.  Please see your coach for order information or you can now order online at lifetouchsports.com with picture day ID:  MI498379X0.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




April 2, 2019


Spring Sports Pictures:

Spring sport pictures will take place on Wednesday, April 10th for Track and Baseball.  Please see your coach for order information or you can now order online at lifetouchsports.com with picture day ID:  MI498379X0.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 


Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.





March 15, 2019


Congratulations to 8th grader Sophie Filipczak for winning 2nd place in the State Conservation Speech competition!  


Saturday School:

Saturday School will be tomorrow, March 16th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Middle School Boys Baseball:

There will be a middle school boys baseball parents meeting on Thursday, March 21st from 6:30 - 7:30 in the MS/HS LRC.  


End of Term 3:  
March 22, 2019

Spring Break:

March 25th - 29th

School resumes April 1st


Middle School Track:

The middle school track sign-up sheet is in the office, please stop in and sign-up if you are interested.  Practice starts after spring break.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



March 7, 2019

Congratulations to 8th grader Sophie Filipczak for winning 2nd place in the State Conservation Speech competition!  


Saturday School:

Saturday School will be tomorrow, March 16th, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


End of Term 3:  
March 22, 2019

Spring Break:

March 25th - 29th

School resumes April 1st


Middle School Track:

The middle school track sign-up sheet is in the office, please stop in and sign-up if you are interested.  Practice starts after spring break.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



February 27, 2019


Congratulations to 8th grader Sophie Filipczak for winning 1st place in the Regional Conservation Speech competition!  Sophie advances to the state competition on March 13th!

Middle School Track:

The middle school track sign-up sheet is in the office, please stop in and sign-up if you are interested.  Practice starts after spring break.

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting Ojibwe Storytelling with Andrea DeBungie on Wed. Feb. 27 from 5-6:30 in Profe's room. All are welcome!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.


February 22, 2019

Congratulations to 8th grader Sophie Filipczak for winning 1st place in the Regional Conservation Speech competition!  Sophie advances to the state competition on March 13th!

Saturday School

Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

Ojiibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting Ojibwe Storytelling with Andrea DeBungie on Wed. Feb. 27 from 5-6:30 in Profe's room. All are welcome!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 22nd from 7 - 10 p.m.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



February 15, 2019

Congratulations to 8th grader Sophie Filipczak for winning 1st place in the Regional Conservation Speech competition!  Sophie advances to the state competition on March 13th!

Saturday School

The next Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Regional Spelling Bee:

On February 6th the Regional Spelling Bee was held at CESA#12 and 11 area schools (21 school winners) participated.  In the 1st round 15 students we eliminated.  Both Jackson Ray and Aven Frank made it to the 2nd round of competition.  Aven Frank made it ALL THE WAY.  He finished with a trophy for 2nd place and will go on the Madison to compete in the state competition on March 16th.

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 22nd.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



February 11, 2019

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.


Regional Spelling Bee:

On February 6th the Regional Spelling Bee was held at CESA#12 and 11 area schools (21 school winners) participated.  In the 1st round 15 students we eliminated.  Both Jackson Ray and Aven Frank made it to the 2nd round of competition.  Aven Frank made it ALL THE WAY.  He finished with a trophy for 2nd place and will go on the Madison to compete in the state competition on March 16th.

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 22nd.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.



February 2nd, 2019


Menu Changes, February 4th - 8th:

Monday- Soup Bar

Tuesday- Ground Beef Gravy over Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday- Walking Taco

Thursday- Potato Bar

Friday- Sub sandwiches


Meetings:

Belize Trip:  Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 6 p.m.  

Are you interested snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  There will be a parent meeting for students/parents interested in signing up for the trip on Wednesday, February 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the LRC.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information. 

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 15th.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.


January 24, 2019

Spelling Bee:

Congratulations to the following students on winning the school spelling bee:

1st Place - Aven Frank

2nd Place - Jackson Ray

1st Alternate - Erin Hinson

2nd Alternate - Connor Pipgras

Winners for the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center:

Henry Shackleford

Honorable Mention:

Erin Hinson

Ethan Bratley

Sophia Filipczak


Winter Triathlon:

There's a new winter triathlon starting in Washburn on January 26th.   9k Ski (skate or classic), 6k Fat Bike, 3k Snowshoe Run at the Lake Superior View Golf Course on County C.  All necessary equipment can be rented at Howl in Bayfield and/or Bay City Cycles in Ashland.  For details and registration, visit washburnwintertri.weebly.com.  

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting an evening of Ojibwe storytelling on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 5:30 pm in Profe's room. Andrea DeBungie will be here to share the  tradition  of winter storytelling. 


Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 15th.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.


January 15, 2019


End of Term 2/Semester 1:  January 18th

No school:  Monday, January 21st

Spelling Bee:

Congratulations to the following students on winning the school spelling bee:

1st Place - Aven Frank

2nd Place - Jackson Ray

1st Alternate - Erin Hinson

2nd Alternate - Connor Pipgras

Winners for the Richard I. Bong Veterans Historical Center:

Henry Shackleford

Honorable Mention:

Erin Hinson

Ethan Bratley

Sophia Filipczak

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be held on Friday, February 15th.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.




January 3, 2019


Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

End of Term 2/Semester 1:  January 18th

Middle School Dance:

The next middle school dance will be help on Friday, February 15th.

Conferences:

We will not be having a set night for parent-teacher conferences.  If you would like to meet with a teacher or teachers, please contact them to set up a conference.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Other:

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day

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.





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