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January 15, 2019


Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks and chargers, Tuesday and Wednesday,  January 22nd and 23rd for scheduling and STAR testing. 

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




January 10, 2019

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks Tuesday and Wednesday of next week for scheduling and STAR testing.That is January 22nd and 23rd. Bring your charger, as well.

Friday nights High School Girls' Basketball vs Drummond game will be broadcast on WNXR 107.3 FM.  JV tip-off is at 5:45 p.m. and Varsity at 7 p.m.

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.


Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:


The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



January 3, 2019

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.

Meetings:

There will be a VAC meeting Friday, Jan. 4 during Knowledge Cafe in the art room to finalize studio categories.

Senior class meeting on Monday, January 7th during HELP in Mr. Augustyn's room.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.







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