Thursday, March 31
Viking/Viqueen Relays 4:30 Cancelled
March Mayhem 2016: April 1st and 2nd
A large number of obstacles have all collided at once creating a perfect April Fool's prank: March Mayhem 2016 will kick off on Friday, April 1st, and conclude on Saturday, April 2nd. Parents of students in grades 9th-12th will also be receiving an email with information and details on how to be a part of this year's success story. In addition to our annual 3 on 3 basketball, 5K Glow Run, dodgeball, dunk contest and 3 point shooting contests, we'll also be adding 3 NEW events this year! Stay tuned!!
Here is a link to the 5K registration page.
Glow-in-the-dark Volleyball registration page (rules yet to be posted)
Mayhem homepage with links to all activities: /…/News%20%26%20Events%7CMarch…
All students interested in Driver's Ed please sign up in the high school office as soon as possible. Information for this year will be finalized by April 8.
The Athletic Banquet will be held on Friday, April 15th. The menu for that evening will be a choice of pork chop or beef roast, cheesy hash brown casserole, vegetable, roll and a dessert. The cost of the meal will be $8.00 for all guests who would like to attend. Please make sure to sign up in the high school office by April 4th if you are planning on attending. Meals will be provided for the coaches as well as the athletes.
The Stanton After Prom Committee is working on planning a safe and fun evening for all the prom goers on Saturday, April 30th. The entertainment provided for the students that evening are funded by donations the committee receives from donors. If you or your business would like to make a donation to the after prom activities the Stanton After Prom Committee as well as the students would greatly appreciate it. Please contact Wendy Confer at (712)621-2816 or Dawn Weis at (712)370-8880 if you would like to make a donation or have any questions.
Science Fair Participants
The Seventh and Eighth graders recently presented Science Fair Projects at school. There were several great projects this year that will be advancing to the Corner Conference Science Fair which will be held April 20th at Fremont-Mills. The following are the students that will be attending and their project titles.
Brooklyn Adams- Cupcake
Griffin Anderson- Protect Your Teeth
Rylan Houston- Hand Warmer Ice Sculpture
Mackenzie Lancaster- Homemade Water Filters
Tara Peterson- Why Some M&M’s Melt Faster
Alyssa Resh- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Colby Royal- Are Video Games Good For You?
Kegan Sundberg- Are You Eating Nails for Breakfast?
Nicole Vorhies- How Popcorn Pops
Keaton White- Balloon Test
Cody Bolton- Why Are Some People Double Jointed?
Kayla Casey- The Effects of Exercise on Heart Rate
Carlee Culbertson- Disappearing Water
Christian Graham- How Deadly Are Nuclear Weapons?
Easton Hultman- When Air Masses Collide
Devin Isaacson- Diabetes
Charles McCusker- Does Appearance Affect Taste?
Will Roberts- What Kind of Gum Blows the Biggest Bubble?
Wyatt Sederburg- How Water Conducts Electricity and Heat
Anika Wenstrand- Amps Matter
Notes from Guidance Office!
A representative from SWCC will be here Wednesday April 6 at 1:45.
Make sure to check the office for new scholarships being put out as they come near.
Also make sure to check our Facebook page for the ICAN Tips of the Week….these are very helpful hints for anyone looking into colleges. Tips on when to start looking into different aspects of your journey!
Viking Center Softball Pitching Clinic
The Viking Center will once again be hosting a Softball Pitching Clinic to be held on Sunday afternoons beginning April 17th. Pitching expert Denny Stanton will give his advice, teaching the fundamentals how to become the best Softball Pitcher you can be! This clinic is open to all girls, grades 3-12. We will meet for three Sunday sessions: 4/17, 4/24, and 5/1. Participants that are in grades 3rd-7th will have their clinic session from 2:00pm-3:30pm, and grades 8th-12th will be from 3:30pm-5:00pm each of the three Sundays. Cost of the program is $10 for Viking Center members and $20 for non-members.
Registration forms can be found at the Viking Center, the Stanton Community Schools, or on the Viking Center website: www.stantonvikingcenter.com.
Registration forms are due by Friday April 15th! Forms can be turned into the Viking Center or mailed to: Viking Center, PO Box 42, Stanton IA 51573. Any questions, please contact the Viking Center at: 712-829-2900 or email: email@example.com.
2016 Viking Center Softball/Baseball Program
It's that time of year again! Softball and baseball is right around the corner, so be sure to get your child signed up. The 2016 Viking Center Softball/Baseball Program will be having a team for all grade levels, and they will be broken down as follows:
1st/2nd Grade Softball & Baseball
3rd/4th Grade Softball & Baseball
5th/6th Grade Softball & Baseball
Junior High Softball & Baseball (Grades 7th & 8th)
The season for all grade levels will begin in May at dates later to be determined. Registration forms and uniform order forms are located at the Viking Center, the Stanton Elementary Office, and on our website: www.stantonvikingcenter.com. Cost for the program is FREE for Viking Center members, and $30 for non-members. The cost of a uniform, if needed, is extra. The registration deadline is Friday April 22nd!
Please call the Viking Center at: 712-829-2900, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions!
Have a Happy Thursday!