Our mission is to provide a safe, positive learning environment where all students are challenged to be productive, responsible citizens, who through continual learning, can participate in our global society.
Today (8/27) our teachers conducted distance delivery activities with our students in the event of a school closure. Hopefully that won't have to happen this fall, but we...
Below is a link to our 2020 Fall Spectator Plan. We have implemented precautions and measures to ensure that our students can participate in activities and still have fans...
To keep our students safe and to avoid intermixing of student groups when arriving and leaving school, we are implementing new before and after school procedures. Please...
Our high school and junior high volleyball games scheduled for tonight (9/11/20) against Dutton/Brady have been canceled due to lack of numbers for Dutton/Brady. Our junior high girls will still scrimmage each other. B team scrimmage will be at 3:30pm followed by an A team scrimmage. Fans are welcome to watch, masks are required.
Per the Governor's recent directive (8/12) we have changed language within our reopening plan regarding face coverings. The reopening plan and the "guidance on wearing masks" link within the plan have both been updated to reflect compliance with the directive.
To provide additional time for the district and families to prepare for the start of the school year, we are pushing back the 1st day of school to Thursday August 20th. The updated calendar is linked under the menu tab on the school web-page.
As we develop plans for the upcoming 2020-21 school year, we are reaching out to parents to complete a brief family survey. We hope to gather input about your concerns and preferences in regards to teaching and learning this fall. The survey is available until July 30th.
The Class of 2020 will graduate on May 17, 2020 at 2:00 PM. The ceremony will be held on the football field. Chairs will be available for immediate family members. Other guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on.
Social distancing guidelines will be followed by all participants and guests. We believe that having the ceremony on the football field will allow for community participation while ensuring safety through social distancing. Anyone over the age of 65 or who is identified as vulnerable per the CDC guidelines is discouraged from attending.
Following the Graduation Ceremony, please join us downtown for a celebratory parade!