ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 15, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENTS

October 15th, 2018

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College visit dates

Lake Area Senior Tech Days are November 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019. Any senior interested in attending, see Ms. B for more information.

A representative from Mitchell Technical Institute will be here Monday, October 29 at 12:00 in the conference room.

Black Hills State University will be hosting a Yellow Jacket reception at the Ramkota Hotel in Pierre on October 23.  The event starts at 6:00 P.M.  Refreshments will be served. This is a good opportunity to find out more about BHSU.

 

MEETINGS

JUNIORS:  We will have a prom meeting to present prom theme ideas on Tuesday, November 6.  There is a sign-up sheet in the FACS room to sign up for a theme committee.  Speak with Mrs. Kroeplin if you have any questions or want to borrow some of the prom books.  A committee can be one person or as many as you want.

FCCLA Members: There will be a Haunted House Committee Meeting on Wednesday, October 17.  Mrs. Kroeplin is looking for a Haunted House Committee Chairperson if anyone is interested please speak with Mrs. Kroeplin by Monday, the 15.

Jostens will be here Tuesday from 10:45 – 11:45 and again on Friday from 10:00 – 11:00.  On both days, seniors will have their meeting first, followed by sophomores.  All Jostens meetings will be in Mr. Liechti’s room.  Sophomores need to report to Mr. Ring’s room on Tuesday for the beginning of 4th period.

 

Grade 6-8 girls basketball practice starts Monday, 10/22, any of you that weren’t out for a fall sport need to have all your paperwork in before then, see Mr. Ring ASAP for that.  Any other non-fall winter athletes could get that done ASAP too.

ACT STUDY COURSE:  The Huron Community Campus is offering a unique opportunity for students to complete an ACT study course over 4 weeks right in Miller!

The course needs a minimum of 20 students to be offered. Right now there are 14 students registered. 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.  Averaging to $15 per session, that is an excellent value for 12 hours of instruction in the areas of Math, English, Reading and Science in preparation for the ACT.   The next ACT exam in Miller is December 8, 2018. 

Classes run from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the following Sunday Evenings in the Miller High School Testing Room

 

  • Sunday, November 4
  • Sunday, November 11
  • Sunday, November 18
  • Sunday, December 2

 

Please sign up no later than OCTOBER 19, 2018 by calling the Miller High School Office at 605-853-2455 and speaking with Robin or Courtney. 

FCCLA Members are currently selling frozen foods.  Forms and MONEY are due back by Wednesday, October 24.  If you did not pick up a form yet, please do so ASAP. 

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND PARENTS: We need two juniors to work the concessions table Friday 10/19 and parents as well. Please come see Jessica in the office. Thanks!

 

DEPARTURES:      Monday, 10/15 – Journalism to Brookings at 6:15 am

                                 Tuesday, 10/16 – VB to Lyman at 3:30

                                 Thursday, 10/18 – FB to Miller/TBA at TBA

                                  Friday, 10/19 – TBA-XC to S. Falls

                                  Sunday, 10/21 – FFA to Indianapolis at TBA

 

Activities:         Monday, 10/15- Journalism to State Convention in Brookings – 6:15

                                                          VB vs. Crow Creek (H) – 6:30

                               Tuesday, 10/16- VB @ Lyman – 5:15

                               Thursday, 10/18- 1st Rd. FB Playoffs

                                Friday, 10/19- End of 1st Quarter

                                                        VB vs. Stanley Co. (H) – 5:15

                                Saturday, 10/20- CC State @ Sioux Falls

 

Ticket takers- Monday 10/15- Susan Roberts, Crystal Domke (work time – 6:00)

Concession workers- Monday 10/15- Emily S, Oakley J

Bingo- Monday 10/15- Devin C, Shiloa B                   

NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH WEEK

October 15-19

Special treats & prizes all week for students who eat hot lunch.

 

LUNCH MENU:  MONDAY– SLOPPY JOES AND GREEN BEANS      TUESDAY– CHICKEN NUGGETS, MASHED POTATO

                                 BREAKFAST – BREAKFAST PIZZA                             BREAKFAST – PANCAKE ON A STICK

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You can’t use up creativity.  The more you use, the more you have. –Maya Angelou

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HHS Activity Tickets Purchase Prior to Friday's Football Game in Miller

Monday, August 13, 2018

Those who want to purchase activity tickets before Friday’s football game in Miller will have to do so at the school by 4:00 on Thursday.

June Newsletter

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Below is a link to the June newsletter.

June 2018

Snow Day Make Up

Monday, April 16, 2018
Greetings everyone! I think it is safe to assume that all of us are tired of winter, but unfortunately we have not gotten out of its grasp just yet. One practice that was implemented last year is that we as a district would accept three snow cancellations during the school year and choose not to make any of those days up. On Friday, April 13 we had our fourth snow cancellation, which means we need to begin making up some of the time we have missed. Rather than make our students return to school the week after we are scheduled to break for summer, we are going to add an hour to the next four Fridays. Instead of getting out at the regular time, school will dismiss at 3:20 for the elementary and 3:24 for the junior high and high school on the following dates:

• Friday, April 20
• Friday, April 27
• Friday, May 4
• Friday, May 11

I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the success of our students is directly related to the amount of time they spend in school. Hopefully this will be the end of our snow days and spring will finally arrive! If you have any questions regarding this, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
Quinton Cermak, Superintendent/7-12 Principal
Highmore-Harrold School District
605-852-2275
Quinton.Cermak@k12.sd.us

Assessments

Thursday, March 22, 2018

The SD Science Assessment and the Smarter Balance Assessments will be given beginning April 3.

The Science will be given to Juniors, 8th grade, and 5th grade on April 3, 4, 5.  Smarter Balance will follow the science for grades 3-8, 11.

Please make sure your students are well-rested and in school for the testing days. Here are the scheduled days for each grade:

3rd: April 9-11

4th: April 12, 13, 16

5th: April 17-19

6th: April 23-25

7th and 8th: April 17-19

11th: April 18, 20

All testing will begin at 8:25 AM and continue no later then 11:30 AM.  Changes may be made in the schedule as needed by the assessment coordinator.

If you have questions about the testing, please contact Brita Bergeson at 852-2275 or via email at brita.bergeson@k12.sd.us

 

GRADES 6-12 SCHOOL WRESTLING PICTURES

Monday, March 12, 2018
Grades 6-12 school Wrestling pictures will be in Miller tomorrow, March 13th at 4:00.  School van will leave right after school.

REGION BB LIVE VIDEO BROADCAST TONIGHT FROM HERREID

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

 

Game will be on KMLO 100.7 FM  either on the radio or the Dakota Radio Group website (listen live kmlo)

 

Live video and radio coverage will also be on YouTube, Dakota Radio Group: choose and subscribe to KMLO

2018-2019 Calendar Approved

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

The Highmore-Harrold Board of Education approved the 2018-2019 school calendar at the regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday, February 12.  Please see the link below for a copy of the calendar.

STATE 1 ACT PLAY PERFORMANCE TIME & LOCATION

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

State 1 Act Play will perform at 12:30  on Thursday, February 2nd at Brandon Valley High School. 

Address:  301 S Splitrock Blvd, Brandon, SD.

SCHOLARSHIP available

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

The Brian Meyer Memorial Scholarship is available from the SD Association of Telephone Cooperatives. This scholarship is for students who have completed two semesters of Vo-Tech or college. Applications may be obtained at www.sdtaonline.com

 

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Highmore, SD 57345
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