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Both Stanton Girls and Boys are playing in the Championship games of the Corner Conference Tournament, Girls will play Sidney, Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 in Malvern. The boys will play Fremont-Mills Saturday, Jan. 21 at 7:30 in Tabor. Go Viqueens and Vikings!!!

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Driver's Education Class

Driver’s Education We will be starting driver's education earlier this year. The date for starting is tentatively set for February 8th. It will last until approximately the end of April. The classroom portion will be mainly Wednesdays from 4:30 PM-6:30 PM and Saturday mornings from 8:00 AM-10:00 AM. Driving will be scheduled on the other days (not Sundays). We will cut the number off at 24 so please get signed up as soon as . . .

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Student Council Christmas Party

Today marked the last day before Christmas Break, the Student Council organized a fun filled day for the middle/high school students and staff. They started the day with Cinnamon rolls, juice and milk. Then proceeded to do a Lip Sync battle, movies and dodge-ball tournament. The day ended with the dodge-ball championship, pie in the face and handing out candy bars. It was a great day, everyone had a lot of fun... There may be a . . .

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Student Council Holiday Food Drive

The Student Council joined with the elementary classes and had a Holiday Food Drive to help area families. The results were awesome. The student council and fifth graders helped to count the items, tally them, box them up and haul them to the local food pantry. Thank you all for helping to make this a huge success!

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Santa Lucia Festival 2016

Congratulations to the 65th Santa Lucia Queen Libby and her Court. Santa Lucia took place on Saturday, December 10, 2016 with a large crowd present. The day started with the girls rising early and making breakfast for their families. They then went caroling and delivered cookies to shut ins around town and local Care Centers. Through out the day, over 250 residents made sure they headed to the Senior Citizen Center to place . . .

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AIM Conference in Clarinda

  Students interested in "Ag In Manufacturing" careers were involved in a conference put on by IWCC in Clarinda on Friday, Dec. 02. They were able to take part in several sessions from Animal Genetics, Electro Manufacturing, Truck Driver, Sales, Repair to Technology. There is quite a variety of careers in the Agriculture field. Students were able to sit in on 4 - 25 minute sessions to learn more on the different careers . . .

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Career Day at SWCC!

Mrs. Mainquist took our 8th graders to a Career Day at SWCC today. Southwestern Community College presents a career day each year for the students to explore different pathways. This year they were able to learn about mechanics, medical fields, and law enforcement. State Trooper Ryan Zenor, a Stanton grad, was there to explain his career as a Trooper and canine handler. Make sure to ask the kids about it and have them share their . . .

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Chat Mobility Rebate Program Helps Stanton Schools

Chat Mobility stopped by today with a rebate check for our school! If you have Chat Mobility and have not signed up for the Rebate Program, please check it out at http://www.chatmobility.com/school-rebate/ Thank you to Chat for sharing.

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National Fire Prevention Week!

National Fire Prevention Week was observed last week, with inclement weather the annual Fire Truck Rides were given this week. A HUGE THANK YOU goes out to our local fire department for giving the kids a ride in the Big Red Truck!

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Live Healthy Iowa Day!

On Wednesday, October 5th, all elementary and high school students participated in a “Live Healthy Iowa Day.” This day was planned by the National Honor Society members and Student Council officers. To start the day they gathered in the gym and broke off into families. Each family walked on the trail to Anderson Park. At each bridge they stopped and did an activity. Once they got to the park, everyone ate sack lunches . . .

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