Quick Links
Skip to main contentSkip to navigation
Main Navigation


Ajax Loading Image


Thursday, March 1

Daily Bulletin

Blood Drive Today!!!


FCCLA is sponsoring a Red Cross Blood Drive on Today, March 1st, from 8:00 AM-2:00 PM at the Viking Center. It is a scholarship program for our students.

March Mayhem:

Meeting: Tonight, March 1 @ 6 p.m. in HS library

Mayhem: Friday and Saturday, March 16-17.


All School Play:

The all school play will be March 2nd at 7:00 PM. This year's play is the Bachelor King by Martin A. Follose. "Produced by special arrangements with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Englewood, Colorado". Chaos and hilarity ensue in this hysterical spoof of several popular reality TV shows! When poor King Evian uses his last dying words to pass royal succession not to greedy Prince Daft but to Yokel, a foolish hillbilly, everyone agrees Yokel needs a wife to help him run the kingdom. Of course, Yokel has other problems to attend. Will Yokel find his true love and save his kingdom from ruin?


Yearbooks are on sale Now! Order your copy today, Find a Yearbook staffer or order online from https://www.stantonschools.com/ and click on the link for Jostens or simply scan the QR Code on the flyer! The book is sold at a cost of $60.

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.


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.

March Dates

9 - 10:00 - IWCC

Freshman Parents:

Jostens will return the next week on March 7 at 7:30 AM to collect orders.

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.


Grocery Lockers:

Stanton area residents please help the community with a survey to determine the need and the possibility of a grocery

delivery system for Stanton.

Click on the below link to fill out survey


...Shopping online for groceries allows people to save time and money. More and more grocers are now offering grocery delivery, too, adding even more convenience.

In many communities, grocery lockers are being used for these deliveries. The grocer simply delivers the products on a specified date, and the consumer picks them up in a locker. Consumers can order the full range of goods: Bakery goods, fresh produce, pantry staples, household and laundry supplies, frozen items, health and beauty products, and even items for pets.

The placement of grocery lockers in Stanton is being explored as part of the creative placemaking effort.


Have a Terrific Thursday!