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The Principals Office Sept. Edition 2014   Greetings, It is my pleasure to tell you this month that school is fully underway. We have a ton of things going on as usual but at the time of this writing we have homecoming week. We will follow this up with our NWEA testing. This isn’t our state testing which will be in the spring.  This year we will use the new platform and the “common core “ will be the standards. I...

Here are my CTE Notes!! ENJOY

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Schedule time!

Summer is almost over. I have the latest schedule posted online. A few things about the schedule. 1. Yes it is set. 2. 7th and 8th graders all have study skills, Think through Math, and Ag and Computers. 7th graders all have Art as well and 8th graders have FACS. They may be listed differently. These courses will ruj 9 weeks. I have had the opportunity to speak to several groups. NDATL, the NDCEL. and the NDCTE. These were...

Summer is here!!!

It is official we have summer. I hope everyone has a safe break. We are busy as ever in the school. I am posting next years class schedule to the school website. It could change depending on some staffing issues. It will however give students a good idea of classes to take. We will allow 2 days for changes next year. The plan is to call in students to finalize their schedule prior to the start. Once we have this completed we...

School Wide Book Read

By now you probably have heard that we are into our second week of the school wide book read. As a school we are reading “Memory Boy” by Will Weaver. It is a wonderful story. Why would 7-12 students read the same book? Well to answer the question would take a while, so I will attempt to get you some solid answers. First off, the book was aimed at males grades 7-12. The author specializes in getting young males to...

School Wide Book Read

By now you probably have heard that we are into our second week of the school wide book read. As a school we are reading “Memory Boy” by Will Weaver. It is a wonderful story. Why would 7-12 students read the same book? Well to answer the question would take a while, so I will attempt to get you some solid answers. First off, the book was aimed at males grades 7-12. The author specializes in getting young males to...