Friday, October 18, 2019
October 18th, 2019
College visit dates
The representative from Mitchell Technical Institute will be on Tuesday, October 29 at 11:40am. Any sophomore, junior or senior who is interested in what MTI has to offer is welcome to come to the conference room.
The representative from Lake Area Technical Institute will be here on Tuesday, October 29 at 9:30 A.M. Any sophomore, junior, or senior who might be interested is welcome to visit with the rep in the conference room.
10:30 am on Wednesday, October 23 a representative from Augustana University will be here to visit with sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Lake Area Technical Institute has upcoming camps and Tech Days! Check out their website to get more details and to register to attend at https://www.lakeareatech.edu/admissions/camps/
SCRUBS Camp—Tuesday, October 22nd –open to Grades 9-12 interested in health careers
Senior Tech Day--Wednesday, Nov 6 & Wednesday, Feb 5th—open to all High School Seniors
BIG Camp Out—Tuesday, Dec 3rd--open to Grades 9-12 interested in any programs at LATI
Junior Tech Day--Wednesday, April 1st—open to all High School Juniors
Southeast Tech has NEW programs coming fall 2020: Veterinary Technician and Dental Assisting.
Visit Southeast Tech
Campus Visit Days: November 1, February 7, March 20
More geared for upperclassman who are interested in attending Southeast Tech in the near future!
Career Exploration Days: December 18 and May 13
Full Day Career Exploration event for all high school students 9 – 12. Students would need to select an industry to explore. All students will start and end together; however, they will explore the specific industry they signed up for.
Personal Visits: make appointment with our Admissions Staff by calling 605-367-6040 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
An SDSU representative will be here on Monday, November 4 at 8:45 A.M. to visit with sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
- Meeting on Monday during lunchtime for any FCCLA members interested in running for region office. Stop down when you have free time, either 5a, 5B, or 5c
Ø Any girls in grades 6-8 that are going out for junior high girls’ basketball that weren’t out for a fall sport, see Mr. Ring asap to get your required paperwork, practice starts Monday, October 28. Any other winter athletes that weren’t out for a fall sport can start doing the same.
Ø All this week is National School Lunchroom Week. There will be treats in the lunchroom each day.
Ø Attention Juniors, Seniors:
o The Huron Community Campus is offering an opportunity for students to complete an ACT study course over 4 weeks in Miller, SD! In order for the course to move forward, we would need to have a minimum of 20 students register for the course. The course will be open to students from surrounding schools as well as Miller High School students. The cost of the course is $60 per student. The next ACT exam in Miller or Pierre is December 14, 2019. $60 (tentative price) ACT STUDY SESSION. Classes run from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the following dates: November 3rd, November 10th. November 17th, November 24th. Interested parties need to sign up NO LATER than October 25th so we can determine if there is enough interest to move forward with the opportunity. Please contact Courtney Van Zee to sign up or with any questions. PH: 605-853-2455 or email@example.com
Ø The FCCLA Halloween Carnival will be Saturday, October 26 from 4:00-5:30. All FCCLA members are expected to help unless they have a good reason to not be there. This is one of our big fundraisers and is fun so please try to make it there. We would also take help from those NOT in FCCLA, if you are looking for community service for scholarship resumes or for Honor Society, etc., we will take all of the help we can get. We will set up after school on Friday, October 25. Members can earn lots of Points for helping at these events! I ask that members be to the gym b 3:00 on Saturday. FCCLA parents would be more than welcome to come and help out as well.
Activities: Friday, 10/18- End of 1st Quarter
FB @ Mt. Vernon vs. Mt. Vernon/Plankinton – 7:00
Monday, 10/21- VB @ C. Creek – 6:30
Tuesday, 10/22- VB vs. Lyman (H) – 6:30
Wednesday, 10/23- Staff flu shots/Health screenings- HS Computer Lab
Thursday, 10/24- 4/5 GB @ Miller – 5:30?
FCCLA Food Pantry Trick or Treat – 6:00
Friday, 10/25- XC to Huron
VB @ Stanley Co. – 6:30
Saturday, 10/26- XC State @ Huron
FCCLA Halloween Carnival – 4-5:30
FCCLA to Pierre - TBA
DEPARTURES: Friday, 10/18 – HSFB to Mt. Vernon at 2:45
FBCH to Mt. Vernon at 4:00
Monday, 10/21 - VB to Crow Creek at 5:15
Friday, 10/25 – XC to Huron at 1:30
VB to Stanley County at 4:45
Saturday, 10/26 – XC to Huron at TBA
FCCLA to Pierre at 7:00
Ticket Takers: Tuesday 10/22- Sonia Bourk, Amanda Bast (Work Time- 6:00)
Concessions Workers: Tuesday 10/22- Cheyenne, Ana, Avery
50/50: Tuesday 10/22- Shelby, Justin
LUNCH MENU: FRIDAY– CHICKEN PATTY/ BUN, BAKED BEANS MONDAY– SPAGHETTI, GREEN BEANS
BREAKFAST – BISCUITS AND GRAVY BREAKFAST – FRENCH TOAST
If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten. –Tony Robbins
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Highmore-Harrold FCCLA Angel Tree
Please complete one sheet for each child.
Children nominated for the Angel Tree must either attend the Highmore-Harrold School District or be PRE-SCHOOL age and younger and live in the Highmore-Harrold Communities. (Ages 0-18 may apply)
Please be specific with items/clothing that the child needs/wants.
Child’s Name: _________________________________________________________________
_______Boy _______Girl ________Age & _____Grade (if in school)
SPECIAL INTERESTS & NEEDS OF CHILD (For example, educational games, dolls, farm toys, stuffed
animals, cars, etc.): ____________________________________________________________
DISLIKES OF CHILD: _____________________________________________________________
FAVORITE COLORS: ______________________________________________________________
CLOTHING ITEMS NEEDED:_______________________________________________________
CLOTHING PREFERENCES (Styles, Characters, Colors?):
Would you like to pick up the gifts or have them sent home with children?
PICK UP or SEND HOME? (Please circle one)
Contact person for pick up:__________________________________________________________
Contact Person Phone Number: _________________________ Email: _______________________
Please return application form to Highmore FCCLA by Wednesday, November 13, 2019. Any questions, please call Alana Kroeplin at 605-852-2275 or email at Alana.Kroeplin@k12.sd.us. The school address is P.O. Box 416, Highmore, SD 57345 or they can be left in my mailbox in the High School Office.
PLEASE DETACH FOR YOUR PICK UP INFORMATION
IF YOU CHOOSE TO PICK UP GIFTS: In order to make sure that this Angel Tree is serving the families in our communities we will have a pick-up night for the contact persons to pick up the gifts in order to ensure that these gifts can be a surprise on Christmas morning. Gifts not picked up will be sent home.
GIFTS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE FOLLOWING LOCATION & TIME:
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 after NOON – Before 5:00
HIGHMORE HIGH SCHOOL FACS ROOM
(SOUTH DOOR OF HIGH SCHOOL)
Friday, September 6, 2019
This year there is a new counseling curriculum for grades K-8. Kindergarten through 5th grade will be using SecondStep. This is a social and academic learning curriculum. Students will occasionally be bringing home a homework sheet which helps them review the skill we are working on. It also gives parents an opportunity to see what the students are learning.
Grades 6-8 will be using Life Skills curriculum. This curriculum talks about healthy living, decision making skills, and goal setting.
If you have any questions about any of the curriculum or would like to preview it, please contact Ms. B at school at 852-2275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, September 3, 2019There will be a Financial Aid night on Monday, September 23 at 7:00 P.M. in Mr. Liechti's room. The north door will be open. This informational meeting is geared for seniors' parents but can also be beneficial to junior parents. Even if you don't think your child will qualify for financial aid, it's a good idea to attend and complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). If you are unable to attend, but would like more information, please contact Ms. B at the school 852-2275.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
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