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  School Election September 12th-Remember to Vote on September 12th. On the ballot are three school board positions, incumbent Brian Bates, incumbent Mark Lindgren, Travis Taylor, and Amy Tibben are running for the four year terms. Incumbent Jeff Sorensen is not seeking another term. The District thanks Mr. Sorensen for his many years of service on the school board.



Music Parents’ Meal

  Stanton Music Parents' are hosting a Frito Pie Supper tonight 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 “Decades” and the dance theme is “Space”.

The Queen and King Candidates are

Abbi Adams, Waverley Brown, Madison Franzen, Baylee Gibbs, Emma Roberts, Reece Anderson, Tanner Anderson, Dawson Culver, Noah Kammerer, and Cameron Walter.

The Class representatives are:

        Juniors: Nina Patel and Thomas Bates

        Sophomores: Devin Isaacson and Will Roberts

        Freshmen: Hope Ogletree and Rylan Houston

The Flower Girl is Lucy Dreyer and the Crown Bearer is Noah Marsh.
  The Homecoming Pep Rally and Coronation will be held on September 27th at 7:30 p.m. The parade is September 29th at 1:30 p.m. and the game against the East Union starts that evening at 7:00 p.m.



Season Passes

  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. 

Casey’s Cards

  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.

Parents’ Night Pictures

   The Booster Club will be taking pictures of the football players, cheerleaders, and their parents tonight starting at 5:00 p.m.

Viqueen Volleyball

  The Varsity squad will be in action at the Clarinda Tournament on Saturday, September 2nd. The tournament begins at 9:00 a.m. at the Clarinda High School. The tournament schedule is listed below:

               3rd match Stanton vs. St. Albert


               4th match Stanton vs. Clarinda

               6th match Stanton vs. Shenandoah

               7th match Stanton vs. Nodaway Valley

  Admission is $5.00 for adults and students. Concessions are available. Come out and support the Viqueens on Saturday!

  The Viqueens will begin conference play next Tuesday, September 5th as they host Heartland Christian. Junior high action will begin at 5:00 and junior varsity/varsity matches will follow. On Thursday, September 7th, the squad will travel to College Springs to take on the South Page Rebels. Game time is 5:30 p.m. for the junior varsity with varsity to follow!

Viking Football

  The Vikings defeated East Mills 36-0 last Friday night. The team has been working to prepare for their first home game of the season when they host a very aggressive and speedy Fremont-Mills tonight.  Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m.

  The JV team traveled to Sidney on Monday night and defeated the Cowboys in a high scoring and very exciting game 58-56. The JV will be back in action, Monday, September 11th, at Bedford. Kickoff is at 6:00 p.m.

Junior High Volleyball

  The Stanton junior high volleyball team has been hard at work in practice this past week and a half. The team of 11 young ladies looked forward to their first match on Thursday, August 31st, when they traveled to Hamburg. The team will host Heartland Christian on Tuesday, September 5th. Game time will be 5:00 p.m.  On Thursday, September 7th, the team travels to College Springs. *This is a change of location and time from what is listed on the school calendar.* Game time will be 4:00 p.m. See you there!



JMC Grades & Lunch Online and more:

You may choose to check your student’s grades online. Tutorial available at Parent Quickguide to Online Parent (http://jmcinc.com/uploads/files/ParentQuickguideToOnlineParent.pdf). Stanton Schools offer the JMC program to parents. Just go to www.stantonschools.com and find the tab on the right side of the page marked Grades & Lunch Parents. Click the link that will take you to the sign in page of JMC. Your user name is your last name, password is available by calling the office if you have forgotten it or want to change it. Once there you may check Academics for Attendance, Progress Reports, Lesson Plans, Schedules and Alert Configurations. You may click on Progress Reports to view grades through the quarter. Anything in blue you may click and expand for more info, you may also email the teacher straight from this page.

Alert Configurations is an easy way to keep tabs without constantly having to check in. You may set a % that you would like to be notified by email if your child’s grade drops below the point you have chosen. This can be done with each individual student and each class. You may also choose to be alerted of attendance or lunch balance from here.

Lunch: You may also choose to check the lunch tab, this will show you your family lunch balance and you may toggle back and forth between your children to see what each child has purchased each day. Be it breakfast, lunch, extra milks, or ala carte items, they will all appear here.

If you have any questions please feel free to call us at the office. Elementary 829-2171 and High School 829-2162.




5th Quarter

  Fun, Food, Friends, 7th-12th graders are welcome to Mamrelund Lutheran Church Basement after home football games (except homecoming) till 11:00 p.m. Come "Hang Out" with your friends! Anyone wishing to support this activity through a monetary donation to help purchase food or would like bake goodies please contact Marta Clark Moffett or Susan Isaacson. Thanks so much in advanced for helping to give our "Kids" a safe place to "Hang Out"!


  Stanton Senior Center will be having Bingo on September 14th at 6:30 p.m.









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, 4th           No School, Labor Day

                              Band Marches at Essex

Tuesday, 5th          5:00-Junior High Volleyball with Heartland Christian, Here

                              6:00-High School Volleyball with Heartland Christian, Here

Wednesday, 6th     1:05/1:15-Early Dismissal

Thursday, 7th         4:00-Junior High Volleyball at South Page, There

                              5:30-High School Volleyball at South Page,There

Friday, 8th              7:00-High School Football at Lamoni, There

Saturday, 9th          8:30-Shenandoah Volleyball Tournament








Breakfast Pizza


Juice, Milk




Juice, Milk





Juice, Milk


Sausage Gravy Pizza


Juice, Milk






Rib/Hot Dog

Baked Beans

Smiley Potatoes

Mandarin Oranges




Chicken Pattie/Bun


Green Beans

Tomato Juice

Fruit Salad/Applesauce



Pork Pattie

Mashed Potatoes/Gravy

Cooked Carrots

Peaches/Mixed Fruit




Italian Burger

Baked Beans

Broccoli & Cheese

Mandarin Oranges

Pineapple/Pumpkin Bar





Date:       September 1, 2017

To:          Parents, Students, Guardians and Employees of the Stanton Community School District

From:      Board of Directors of the Stanton Community School District

               Chris Herrick, Superintendent, Asbestos Program manager

Re:          Asbestos Notification


               The United States Congress has enacted a piece of legislation entitled “Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act,” or AHERA, which requires all public and private schools in the nation to comply with the provisions by October 12, 1988. AHERA supersedes a previous federal law, “Asbestos In Schools” or AIS, which was enacted in 1982. The purpose of the legislation is to ensure that all students and employees of the nation’s schools are not subject to contact with asbestos materials, as it has been determined that inhalation of friable (flaky particles) of asbestos may lead to a cancerous disease of the lungs called asbestoses.

               The Institute for Environmental Assessment was employed by the Stanton Community School District to inspect school buildings and determine if there are any asbestos containing materials (ACM), especially in the form that could represent a risk. Of most concern are areas of asbestos-bearing materials which can be easily crumbled under pressure (friable materials) and inhaled into the lungs.

               Beyond the asbestos assumed to be located in some concrete, roofing felts, pipe elbows, carpet glue, etc. which is of minimal public health concern, asbestos was found in some of the following types of materials: thermal pipe joint connections; thermal pipe insulation; thermal boiler insulation; vinyl floor tile.

               Stanton Community School has a minimum of ACM in its buildings. These materials have been properly encapsulated by certified EPA personnel. Signs are also posted in each of these areas. Encapsulated asbestos containing materials were found primarily in non-occupied locations such as the custodial storage room and boiler room at the High School. No known dangers to students or employees currently exist. The new elementary school is asbestos free.

               A detailed Asbestos Management Building Plan is on file in the school building. This plan may be inspected by the public upon request. A District Plan is also available for review at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. The Stanton School District has complied with recent legislation and has sent an Asbestos Management Plan to the State Department of Education prior to the deadline.

               The Board of Directors and Administration plan to meet or exceed EPA standards as required by law and do whatever is necessary to continually ensure a healthy working/teaching/learning school environment. As always, your input and/or concerns are welcome. On behalf of the board of Directors, I would like to thank you for your continued support and cooperation.