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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Daily Bulletin



If you plan on eating lunch with your child at school you MUST pay for your lunch and receive a lunch ticket in one of the offices before going to the lunchroom.

Cost of lunch is $4.00.

5:00-Solo/Ensemble Program!

5:30-School Board Meeting!

Junior High Science Fair at Fremont-Mills!

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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.


7th Grade:

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


8th Grade:

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



April 15, 2016

Stanton Community School will be holding its’ annual Recess for Life next week. The American Cancer Society Relay for Life already exists in our community, providing an overnight event where community members have the opportunity to honor cancer survivors and remember those who have battled cancer while raising money for the American Cancer Society.

The students will be participating in the Recess for Life next week (April 18-22). During the week each classroom will have a container to collect loose change donations. Starting Monday, April 18th, through Friday, April 22nd, students may bring their pennies on Monday, nickels on Tuesday, dimes on Wednesday, quarters on Thursday, and bills on Friday. All money will be donated to the American Cancer Society.

Stanton Schools have the honor of hearing Paula Schnack of Oakland, Iowa speak about her battle with Melanoma on Friday, April 22.  The 6th-12th students have been scheduled to attend the assembly from 11:30-12:00 and the elementary has been scheduled from 12:00-12:30.  The public is invited and encouraged to come and listen to Paula Schnack speak and then participate in the afternoon activities.

Two thirds of all cancer is preventable, but in order to prevent it we need to teach students what they can do to help! Having a Recess for Life will help make children aware about making healthy choices about tobacco, physical activity, nutrition, and sun exposure. Please join Stanton School as we become a school that takes up the fight against cancer!


Notes from Guidance Office:


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!


Elementary Plant Sale

Spring is Here!! The Elementary Plant Sale will be Tuesday, April 26th, starting at noon until Friday, April 29th. We will have hanging baskets, potted plants, as well as smaller 4 inch plants. Please stop by the elementary concourse anytime between 7:45 AM-3:45 PM to shop! These make great Mother's Day gifts!


After Prom:

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.


Stanton After Prom:  

Attention all Junior, Senior, and Prom Server Parents.  A letter stating the rules for the After Prom Party have been given to your son or daughter.  So, please inquire your child about the letter so that you will be familiar with rules for the evening of April 30th.  One of the major changes is the ending time of the after prom activities.   We will be concluding the evening between 3:00 and 3:30 a.m. this year.  So, if you child leaves prior to 3:00 a.m. you will be contacted.  If you have any questions or need another copy of the letter please contact Dawn Weis (712-370-8880) or Wendy Confer (712-621-2816).   


Have a Wonderful Wednesday!