STANTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL BULLETIN JANUARY 12, 2018
Junior Class Fundraiser
The Junior class will be having a bake sale and auction at the game tonight. We need items to sell and would like everyone in the junior class to donate three items.
Examples: 1 item = 1 dozen cookies
1 item = 1 loaf of bread
1 item = 1 pie
Please have your item to the school concourse by 4:00 PM. The bake sale will last during the meal and basketball games. The auction will be at half time of the boys’ varsity game.
If you have questions you can call or text Kim Truka at 370-3950 or Marti Moffet at 370-7653.
The FCCLA is sponsoring a basketball Pink Out on Tuesday, January 23rd, when we play Essex. We will place another order for pink out t-shirts. It will be the same t-shirt as it was in the fall, except there is a long sleeve option this time. T-shirts orders will be taken in the high school office and they need to be paid for as you order. We will NOT be ordering any extras. Orders are due by Friday, January 12th. There will not be an order form that goes home with the elementary students. The cost of the short sleeve shirts will be $10 and the long sleeve will be $15. Any profit for the shirts will go to Relay for Life.
The 2018 “CAPTURE THE MOMENT” yearbook will go on sale beginning January 26th. From January 26th through February 1st, the books will cost $50.00 and starting February 2nd, the books will cost $60. Contact a yearbook staffer to order and pay for your book.
You may also purchase your yearbook online with a credit card. To order online, go to www.stantonschools.com and click on the link that you see pictured above. That will take you to shopjostens.com where you can purchase your book. This link will go into effect starting January 27th.
You can personalize your yearbook as follows:
Icons (up to 4) for $3.50
One line of personalization for $6.00
Regardless of which method you use to order, the book has lots of timeless moments that the staff has worked very hard on so don’t miss out on a great “CAPTURE THE MOMENT” book about Stanton High School.
On January 18th, six students from the Stanton vocal department will participate in the SW Iowa Choral Directors Association Honor Choir. Students attending this all day event will be Noah Kammerer, Savanna Moffett, Shelby Brockshus, Devin Isaacson, Madison Franzen, and Alyssa Resh. The concert will be at 7:00 PM. in the Arts Center at Iowa Western Community College. Admission will be $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for students. The concert will feature the festival choir under the direction of Kurt Runestad, and the IWCC 1st Edition Show Choir.
Large Group Speech
District Large Group Speech Contest at Treynor High School is Saturday, January 20th. Here is the schedule: Group Improv (Austin Houston, Noah Kammerer, Devin Isaccson) 8:24-8:32 AM, Center F; Group Mime (Austin Houston, Noah Kammerer, Devin Isaccson, Will Roberts, Waverley Brown) 9:21-9:28 AM, Center B; Group Improv (Kegan Sundberg, Ryan Volquartsen, Sam Lindgren) 9:56-10:04 AM, Center F; Radio Broadcasting (Nick Mueller, Will Roberts, Waverley Brown, Abbi Adams, Emily Hammargren, Mallorie Wookey, Nicole Vorhies, Anika Wenstrand) 11:00-11:06 AM, Center J; Radio Broadcasting (Andrew Hammargren, Easton Hultman, Savanna Moffett, Emma Roberts, Alyssa Resh, Kaitlyn Bruce, Brooklyn Adams, Kami Tibben) 12:30-12:36 PM, Center J. The speech students have been working extremely hard the past few weeks! The group is excited to compete! Good Luck!!
Stanton will be starting a Driver's Education class sometime mid-February. Please talk with your student if they are of age 14 or older and have their permit or will be obtaining it before 1st day of class, they are eligible. If this works for you have them sign up in the office or give us a call in the high school office at 829-2161. Fees have not been set as of yet.
7th and 8th Grade Science Fair
The 7th and 8th grade students will be presenting Science Fair projects beginning January 22nd. Corner Conference Science teachers have decided to only include experiments at the Corner Conference Science Fair. Please make sure your son/ daughter is working on finding an experiment for the Science Fair. The top 20 presentations will attend the Corner Conference Science Fair in February. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Subbert or Mrs. Erickson at the school.
The Corner Conference Tournament begins on Monday, January 15th, and runs through Saturday, January 20th. The girls play Monday at ISD vs Essex at 6:45 PM. Stanton boys have a bye on Tuesday. Stanton will host the boys semi-finals on Thursday starting at 6:00 PM with the top four teams.
School passes, season passes, and conference passes are not accepted for this. Admission is $5.00 for all adults and $3.00 for students.
The consolation and finals of the girls tournament will be held at Fremont-Mills starting at 6:00 PM on Friday, January 19th. The consolation and finals of the boys tournament will be held at East Mills starting at 6:00 PM on Saturday, January 20th.
Stanton girls evened their record at 5-5 Friday in College Springs defeating the South Page Rebels 51-44. The Viqueen's sluggishness following the winter break showed in the first half as three starters were handcuffed with three fouls each. Coach Snyder commented, "We did not move our feet well and paid the price with fouls". The layoff also showed in shooting percentage with the Queens shooting a miserable 18% from the field at half time. With all the negatives came a positive the Queens found themselves down by 2, 21-19 at the break. "With Kami, Hope and Savanna in foul trouble it opened the door for Brooklyn Adams and Kaitlyn Bruce to have some prime time minutes, they stepped up and played well,” said Coach Snyder. In the second half the Queens stepped up their game and knocking down shots was a big part of the turnaround, finishing at 37% FG% for the night. "We hit a different gear in the second half, we ran the floor, passed the ball and took and hit open jump shots. This is a part of our game that has been missing for several games, needless to say it was nice to see it come back," commented Coach Snyder. The Queens built a double digit lead going deep into the 4th quarter.
Stanton (6-5) defeated HC 43-36 in a Corner Conference game Tuesday night. Stanton went on a 25-4 run late in the 2nd quarter and continued that run into the 3rd quarter. Coach Snyder said "We seemed to flip a switch going from a 14-17 deficit to a 25-17 lead at half, then staying on pace throughout the 3rd quarter.” Up 39-23 at the end of the 3rd frame, Stanton seemed to be on a roll. "Then the switch flipped the other direction and we could not do anything right. We really struggled with court leadership down the stretch,” Coach Snyder commented. Fortunately for the Queens it did not cost them the victory.
The Vikings got the New Year off on the right foot vs Heartland Christian with a 104 to 55 win. We also got the #1 seed in the Conference Tourney next week and will play the winner of the East Mills/Clarinda Academy game. Stanton will host the semi-finals on Thursday night and will play the late contest.
Junior High Girls Basketball
Over winter break, the girls had a couple days in the gym. We played the Hamburg Wildcats on Thursday, January 4th. The team had a great game with a win, 51-24. The Viqueens then traveled to South Page on Friday, January 5th. The team finished with a win, 45-5. This Tuesday, we had a home game with Clarinda Lutheran. The girls finished, 46-36. There is only one game left for the season, which will be at Essex on January 23rd. The team continues to appreciate the wonderful support of the school, friends, families, and community! Go Viqueens!!
Junior High Boys Basketball
The Junior High Boys Basketball team has been busy after returning from Christmas break. The Jr. Vikes have won games over Hamburg (65-14), and they have defeated Heartland Christian twice by scores of 58-14 and 55-16. The boys have a little break before they close out their season at Essex, January 23rd.
Christina Hixson Opportunity Award – due January 15
1. Complete and mail the application for the Hixson Opportunity Award by January 15 at http://www.dso.iastate.edu/hixson/application
2. File FAFSA by December 1 (Iowa State University deadline).
3. Complete the Iowa State University admission process by February 1.
4. Submit a recommendation from a guidance counselor, teacher, or community leader that specifically discusses your qualifications based on the Criteria for Eligibility.
Strayer-Rairden Scholarship in Physics – due Jan. 31
-$1,000 each year, renewable for up to 3 successive years following the initial award
-must be from the state of Iowa
-must have applied for admission to The University of Iowa and declared physics or astronomy as a major
-must take the Drake Physics Prize exam (deadline for this exam is in early December and it is given at the student’s high school in January)
John Deere Scholarship-Feb 1
John Deere will sponsor 5 $2000
Check it out online at www.ffa.org/scholarships
Tim Dwight Foundation, Inc. Scholarship – Feb. 1
To be eligible to receive a Tim Dwight Foundation, Inc. Scholarship, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
- be a United States citizen
- be a graduating senior from an accredited Iowa high school
- have applied to and ultimately be accepted by and enrolled in on a full-time basis (12 credits or more) one of the following accredited four-year universities:
- the University of Iowa
- Iowa State University
- the University of Northern Iowa
- submit official transcripts for grades 9 through 11( including class rank and cumulative GPA)
- complete The Tim Dwight Foundation Inc. Scholarship Program Application in which the applicant provides evidence of the difficulties and challenges faced in achieving his/her goals during high school and the challenges the applicant will face while attending one of the above-listed universities.
Iowa 4-H Scholarships
-list of scholarships, instructions, and application available at https://iowa4h.awardspring.com/Home/Scholarships
-also available at the Montgomery County Extension office.
Masonic Scholarship - due February 1, 2018
-Approximately 60 scholarships in the amount of $2,000 will be awarded
-Must be a senior planning to attend an accredited institution which provides (1) a two or four year college program or (2) vocational training
-Need not have a Masonic connection
-The principal criterion is service to school and community with special emphasis upon leadership roles in these areas.
-An applicant’s record, communication skills, and need for financial assistance are also considered carefully as is an evaluation of the applicant by a school official.
-The organization, appearance, and completeness of the application itself is also a factor considered in the selection process.
-The Scholarship Selection Committee will select a number of finalists who will be asked to appear before the committee for a personal interview.
-Applications may be found in the office or at http://grandlodgeofiowa.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2017_18_Scholarship_Application.pdf
Music Parent’s Meal
Stanton Music Parents' will be hosting a Lasagna Meal tonight. Cost is $5.00. Please stop by between 5:00 PM and 7:00 PM to support our music program! And stay for the basketball games with East Mills!
Montgomery County Trails Planning meetings
All are invited to attend and participate in the planning process. Where will the trails go? It’s up to US.
Thursday, January 18, at the YMCA in Red Oak. 6:30 PM
Get involved in creating the Master Plan for the Montgomery County Trails system. All sessions facilitated by the National Park Service Tails coordinator. Questions: call 712-623-4053
After Prom Meeting
There will be a Jr/Sr After Prom meeting on Wednesday, January 31st at 6:00 PM in library.
Collect Pop Tabs-Help Ronald McDonald House
Virginia Abraham is collecting pop tabs to help the Ronald McDonald House. You may help by collecting them and dropping them off at the 216 Broad Ave., Stanton, or calling her at 829-2433. This program is an easy way for people of all ages to support Ronald McDonald House and know they are making a difference for families.
Friday, 12th 4:30-Junior Varsity Basketball with East Mills, Here
5:00-7:00-Music Parent Meal
6:00-Varsity Basketball with East Mills, Here
Half time of the Boys game the Junior Class will have an auction
Monday, 15th Girls Conference Basketball Tournament
6:45-Stanton vs Essex at ISD
Wednesday, 17th 1:05/1:15-Early Dismissal
Girls Conference Basketball Tournament at Sidney
Thursday, 18th Boys Conference Basketball Tournament
7:30-Stanton vs the winner of East Mills/Clarinda Academy, Here
Friday, 19th Girls Conference Basketball Tournament Finals at Fremont-Mills
Saturday, 20th District Large Group Speech Contest
Boys Conference Basketball Tournament Finals
At East Mills
BREAKFAST MENUS JANUARY 15-19
Pancake & Sausage
on a Stick
LUNCH MENUS JANUARY 15-19
Cheesy Masked Potatoes
Broccoli & Cheese
Chicken Fried Steak/Bun
Sweet Potatoes/Baked Beans