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Stanton Community School District School Board Meeting February 20, 2019

Stanton Community School District School Board Meeting February 20, 2019 - 5:30 P.M. School Board Room 605 Elliot Street Stanton, IA 51573   I. Call to Order II. Roll Call III. Discussion/Action - Approval of the Agenda IV. Public Presenters/Guest and Visitors Addressing the . . .

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Snow Make Up Days!

Dear Parents and Guardians; We have had an unusual amount of missed school days so far this winter. I know you are aware that we will be making up two of those days on February 18th with a 1:05/1:15 dismissal and April 23rd with a 3:10/3:18 dismissal. This leaves us with several more days to be made up. At this time, starting on Monday, February 25th, we are planning to add one hour to Mondays through the end of the school year. . . .

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Stanton Large Group Speech Students Very Successful!

Stanton Large Group Speech Results The Stanton High School large group speech students traveled to district speech contest at Clarinda High School this Saturday, January 19th. The students performed very well throughout the morning and afternoon. Congratulations to the Stanton speech students, who finished the day with all division 1 ratings. The group mime team of Devin I, Brooklyn A, Will R, and Rylan H received a division 1 rating. . . .

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Corner Conference Basketball Champions

Congratulations to the Stanton Vikings Corner Conference Champions, with their 66-47 win over the East Mills Wolverines.

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JV/Varsity 2018-2019 Boys Basketball Schedules and Scores

  Date Opponent Location Score No 29 Riverside G/B There 74-34 Nov 30 Sidney G/B Here 71-44 Dec 4 Griswold Here 92-27 Dec 7 East Mills  G/B There 70-53 Dec . . .

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Stanton Government Class Hosts Veterans Day Program!

  The Senior Government class, taught by Mr. Dave Snyder, has been working hard to prepare for their program to honor veterans. This morning all their hard work came together as the presented the Veterans Day Program. This year their presentation focused on the Korean War, as 3 groups of seniors went out to interview Wayne Donohue, Ron Hart and Dorothy Elarton. Each group sat down with their interviewee and asked them about . . .

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Health Career Conference

Mrs. Mainquist took a group of high school students to the Health Career Field Conference in Clarinda last Friday. The students were able to visit sessions such as Wellness, Pharmacy, Wound Care, NICU and many more. Montgomery County Memorial Hospital, Shenandoah Medical Center, Clarinda Regional Health Center and George C Grape Community Hospital and Iowa Western Community College all presented this conference for the students. A huge . . .

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The National Honor Society Welcomes New Members!

Congratulations to the National Honor Society Inductees! Today the NHS Inducted 7 new members from the Junior and Senior classes. Mrs. Susan Peterson, Stanton’s former First Grade teacher was the guest speaker for the kids today. Mrs. Peterson had most of these students in her class. The National Honor Society follows 4 Pillars: Character, Leadership, Scholarship and Service. One comment Mrs. Peterson made today was this, . . .

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SWCC Career Day!

Mrs. Mainquist took the eighth graders to a Career Day in Creston at the Southwestern Community College Campus today. They learned about multiple careers in the fields of Industrial Maintenance, Technology, Business and Marketing, Auto Repair Tech, and Collision Repair and Finishing. Make sure and discuss with your eighth graders what they learned today and which careers may be of interest to them. Brandon H. was the Champion Nailer . . .

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FFA Activities

The Red Oak Chapter of FFA includes several Stanton students. They have had many opportunities to explore new adventures. This past summer the kids had many opportunities to participate in Livestock Judging contests, Iowa State Fair Grandstand Usher experiences, showing their livestock at the county and state fairs and most recently they attended the Clay County Fair where the members had the opportunity to meet and hear presentations . . .

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