STANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL BULLETIN AUGUST 25, 2017
Music Parents’ Meal
Stanton Music Parents' are hosting a Frito Pie Supper on Friday, September 1st, before the Fremont-Mills game. Come on out and support the Music Department and the Stanton Vikings. Supper will be served from 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at a cost of $5.00. Then stay for football action with the Fremont-Mills Knights. All proceeds will go to the Music Department.
Red Cross/FCCLA Blood Drive
FCCLA is sponsoring at Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, September 20th, at the Viking Center from 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Please call the High School office to schedule a time.
Homecoming preparations are underway for September 29th. This year the parade theme is “Space”
Iowa State Fair Spelling Bee Winner
Caden Sallach, a fifth grader at Stanton Elementary, placed 5th overall in the 3rd/4th grade division at the Iowa State Spelling Bee held on Friday, August 11th. Caden was awarded a monetary prize for his overall finish. Congratulations Caden!
Stanton fans that have purchased season passes please show the pass to the ticket taker at the all athletic events. If you have not purchased a season pass or any sport pass, they may be purchased from the high school office.
The football and volleyball teams are selling Casey’s cards as a fundraiser. The school has the cards available for $20.00 in the high school office if interested. Great values on pizza, subs, gas, etc.
The Viqueen volleyball team officially started the 2017-2018 season on Tuesday, August 22nd, as they hosted a triangular with Sidney and Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln. The varsity team dropped two sets to Abraham Lincoln with scores of 8-25 and 11-25. The Viqueens then put in a strong performance against Sidney falling in two sets with scores of 20-25 and 15-25. The Junior Varsity team played the jv team from Abraham Lincoln and did a great job as well on their first night back on the court this season! Keep up the great work girls!
The Viqueens will be in action for their next competitive matches on Saturday, September 2nd, as they compete in the Clarinda Tournament. Information will be in next week’s bulletin.
Grades 9-12 have been busy with preparing for the season since practice started on July 31st. They traveled to CAM to scrimmage on August 11th, then traveled to Westside to take on the AR-WE-VA Rockets, August 18th. The Vikings fell behind 0-19 early in the game, but fought hard to take the lead 28-19 at the half. The teams battled in the second half but the Vikings offense fell short as time ran out on the Rocket 25 yard line, dropping the game 42-44. The varsity will be on the road for the third Friday in a row this week as they head to Malvern to take on the Wolverines of East Mills. The team will build on the lessons learned thus far and continue to strive towards making positive improvements so they can be at their best for their first home game next week. All varsity games kick off at 7:00 p.m. The JV team will open their game season on Monday, August 28th, at Sidney. JV games kickoff at 6:00 p.m. unless JH games run longer.
Welcome back for the 2017-2018 school year. This means we have seen a group a graduates from last year move on in their careers. The class of 2017 were very successful academically as well as in the fine arts and athletics and we hope they continue their success during the next step in their life.
The 2018 staff is anxious to see what the new school year will bring. We hope we will continue to see successful student achievement in academics and extracurricular activities. We are excited to begin the new year and to begin working with those new and returning students. Have a great year!!
High school students will have until Monday, August 28th to notify the office of changes to their schedules. They will need to have it approved by Mrs. Mainquist and then get a change of schedule sheet from the office. The classroom teachers and parents must sign this form. It must be returned to the office by Tuesday, morning at 8:10 a.m. Students wishing to drop an online college class must do so by Friday, August 25th.
A BIG THANK you to everyone who made ice cream and bars, to the helpers, and to you who came to the Stanton Public Library Ice Cream Social.
Friday, 25th 7:00-High School Football at East Mills, There
Monday, 28th 6:00-JV Football at Sidney, There
Wednesday, 30th 1:05/1:15-Early Dismissal
Thursday, 31st 4:00-Junior High Volleyball at Hamburg, There
Friday, 1st 5:00-Music Frito Pie Supper
7:00-High School Football with Fremont-Mills Here, Parents’ Night
Saturday, 2nd 9:00-Clarinda Volleyball Tournament
Monday, 5th No School, Labor Day
Band Marches at Essex
BREAKFAST MENUS AUGUST 28-SEPTEMBER 1
Bacon & Egg Pizza
LUNCH MENUS AUGUST 28-SEPTEMBER 1
Peanut Butter Sandwich
Mashed Potato Bowl
Broccoli & Cheese
Chicken Fried Steak/Bun
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