Monday, December 2, 2019


December 2nd, 2019


College visit dates

Lake Area Technical Institute has upcoming camps and Tech Days!  Check out their website to get more details and to register to attend at

Days include:

Senior Tech Day-- 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:  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

Personal Visits: make appointment with our Admissions Staff by calling 605-367-6040 or email





Ø  The Junior class has extra concession candy for sale ($1.00). See Miss Beastrom if interested.

Ø  Any junior or senior who is a dependent of an Oahe Electric consumer is eligible to apply for the SD Rural Electric Association Youth Tour to Washington, DC. While on their all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C., students learn how our government operates and have the opportunity to visit several of our nation’s landmarks. They also learn how rural electric cooperatives were formed and the partnership between the rural electrics and the federal government. It’s easy to enter. Just compose an essay of at least 500 words based on the following: describe how cooperatives can be economic engines for their local communities. Submit it to Oahe Electric Cooperative, Inc. by February 14, 2020. For more information, contact Samantha at Oahe Electric in Blunt at 1-800-640-6243 or

Ø  Students in grades 9-12 want to learn more about your potential career path?: Join Southeast Tech for a free, one-day career exploration event where you can meet the faculty and learn more about the career field that interests you through fun, interactive activities! When: Wednesday, December 18. Industry areas included are Healthcare: Scrubs Camp, Business and Media Communications, Law Enforcement & Early Childhood, and welding See Ms. B for more information


Activities:   Monday, 12/2- JH/JV WR @ Faulkton – 6:00

                       Tuesday, 12/3- JHGB @ S. Buttes – 6:30

                       Thursday, 12/5- JHGB vs. Miller (H-Aud) – 6:30

                       Saturday, 12/7- JHGB @ Ipwich Tourney – 10”00

                                                  WR @ Kimball – 10:00

                       Sunday, 12/8- FFA to Pierre


DEPARTURES:  Monday, 12/2 – JH/JVWR to Faulkton at 3:30

                 Tuesday, 12/3 – JHGB to Onida at 5:15

                 Saturday, 12/7 – WR to Kimball at 7:30

                   JHGB to Ipswich at 8:30

                 Sunday, 12/8 – FFA to Pierre at TBA



Ticket Takers: Thursday 12/19-

Concessions Workers: Thursday 12/19-

Bingo: Thursday 12/19-



                                BREAKFAST – CEREAL, MUFFIN, STRING CHEESE                 BREAKFAST – FRENCH TOAST


Happiness is not something readymade. It comes from your own actions. –Dalai Lama

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