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Wednesday, January 31

Daily Bulletin

Iowa Assessments

Parent’s Night:

 

Parents night for Basketball is Monday Feb 5th and pictures will start being taken at 5pm.

 

Conference Champions:

Congratulations to the Stanton Vikings for clenching the Conference Championship! The Stanton Booster Club will start taking orders immediately for shirts.  Orders must be prepaid and will be taken through 10 AM on Thursday, February 1st.  Shirts will be back in time for everyone to wear to the first round of Districts. You may stop by or call the office to place your orders. 829-2162.

T Shirts $15.00  adult sizes $12.00 youth
Long Sleeve Tees $17.00
Crewneck Sweatshirts $22.00
Hoodies $25.00 adult sizes $25.00 youth.

Notes from Guidance Office!

Please make sure to be checking the scholarship bulletin online and in the office for upcoming scholarships that may be due soon!

There are a couple of new Scholarships listed in the Scholarship bulletin, make sure to check these out:

Iowa Hospital Education and Research Foundation (IHERF) - March 30, 2018

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Foundation - March 9

College Representatives:

The following is a list of Representatives who will be here on the following dates!

Please make sure to check with your teachers before signing up in the office to meet with these representatives.

Feb. 20 - 10:00 - Iowa Western

Feb. 20 - 1:00 - NWMSU

Iowa Assessments

 The Stanton Community Schools will administer the Iowa Assessments beginning Tuesday, January 30th, to all students in grades 3-11.

 The purpose of the Iowa Assessments is to provide the school with information and to help teachers make sound educational decisions about student's learning. The scores will allow teachers to check each student's year-to-year growth and to identify each child's strongest and weakest areas of achievement. When test results are used in conjunction with teacher observation and other information from the classroom, teachers and parents can work together to identify and address the educational needs of each student.

Just as in the everyday school activities, you can help your child do their best by seeing that he/she is fully rested. This year, like last year, all students in grades Kindergarten through twelfth will be offered breakfast on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the testing week. This breakfast will be at no cost to the students and ALL STUDENTS WILL BE EXPECTED TO GO DOWN FOR THE BREAKFAST BUT DO NOT HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE SERVING LINE IF THEY DO NOT WANT TO EAT BREAKFAST AT SCHOOL. The breakfast is being offered to those who would like to eat breakfast at school. The Stanton PTSO, along with the school, has generously offered to donate funds to help cover the cost of breakfast for the students.

*All students (k-12) will eat breakfast on Tues., Wed., and Thursday.  The junior high and high school will be able to begin eating at 8:00 and will be expected to be finished by 8:30.  The elementary will be going by class after they are all in the building at 8:15.  All students must go to the lunchroom, but do not have to eat breakfast.

The menu is as follows:

 Wednesday, January 31st -Sausage Gravy with Biscuits, Muffin, Fruit, Juice, Milk

 Thursday, February 1st -Breakfast Pizza, Muffin, Fruit, Juice, Milk


 

Driver's Ed:

We will be starting a Driver's Ed 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 829-2162. Fees have not been set as of yet.

 

After Prom Meeting:

Jr/Sr after prom meeting Wed., January 31 at 6 pm in high school library.



 

Have a Wonderful Wednesday!