Thursday, May 16, 2024

May 16, 2024


School Information:

·         Any 7-12 student interested in either acting in or helping with the Dakota Player’s Play the week of June 10-14, please get sign up form from Mrs. Kroeplin and return it by Friday.  The practices would be in the afternoons that week with the performance on Friday evening. This would be a good resume builder for scholarships.

·         Any 7-12 students (even those graduating this year) please considering helping with Vacation Bible School at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church from June 2-6.  Please let Mrs. Kroeplin know if you can help, we may have a very short, quick meeting on Friday before school is out.  Anyone can help, even if you don’t go to the Lutheran Church, we welcome all!  This would be a good resume builder for scholarships.

·         FCCLA/FACS Class members who owe money to FCCLA before they will be allowed to check out for summer break include: Mattea Alger: $20, Waylon Dean - $45, Taylar McCloud: $10, Preston Aesoph: $15, Korin Fawcett: $8, Addison McDonnel - $9.


·         Ms. Bergeson and Mr. Waring have a calendar that shows several Career Exploration options for May and June. The calendar is posted by Ms. Bergeson’s door. Ask either Ms. Bergeson or Mr. Waring if you would like more information. Or drop Ms. Bergeson an email and she will send you the calendar with links on it.


·         Are you interested in exploring the latest technology and innovation? Do you have a passion for coding or entrepreneurship? Northern State University is offering a FREE Tech Innovation Camp for high school students this summer!  


§  JUNE 16-20, 2024

§  See Ms. Bergeson for more information.


·         Titan Machinery is excited to announce that in addition to expanding Diesel Camp programming we are also adding a Precision focused Camp for Summer 2024! The camps will provide students that will be going into 9th and 10th grade with the opportunity to step into the work boots of a Service Technicians/Diesel Mechanic or Precision Technology expert! Campers will be actively involved in hands-on mechanical projects, solving real-world problems, and learning the ins and outs of equipment. They will work and learn alongside certified Diesel and Precision Technology instructors, industry experts, and current student technicians.

o    For more info and registration:

·         There will be 7 Diesel Camps, both overnight and commuter style:

Ø  Lake Area Technical College – Watertown, SD

o    May 28th

o    Commuter

Ø  NEW Precision Camp

·         South Dakota State University – Brookings, SD

o    July 22nd – July 23rd

o    Overnight

Scholarship Opportunities:


10:00-TR at Gettysburg
12:00-3:25-AP Bio Test-Mtg. Room
8:30-Sr. Breakfast-Methodist Church, graduation set up, rehearsal
9:00-Elementary Awards-Gym
10:30-JH Awards-Gym


Thursday, 5/16 – TR to Gettysburg at 8:00-Foremans

Friday, 5/17 – PK-12 Dismissal at 11:30-Foreman Routes

Monday, 5/20 – GF to Pierre at 8:00-Small Transit

Wednesday, 5/22 – TR to S. Falls at TBA(returning on Saturday)-School Vehicle/s-TBA


Ticket Takers:

Bingo Workers:

Concession Workers:

Lunch Menu:






Biscuits and Gravy

Salsbury Steak, Potato Wedges, Fruit

Breakfast Pizza, Fruit

Mr. Rib, Green beans, Chips, Fruit

Poptart and Yogurt

Meatloaf, Tatertots and Fruit

Donuts and Fruit

Hotdogs, French

fries and Fruit

Cereal and Yougurt


2024 Highmore-Harrold School District
415 Iowa Ave South, PO Box 416
Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 760-8449

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