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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

The International Club will once again be organizing a trip to the Festival of Nations in St. Paul on Friday, May 1. The festival has food, music, arts and more from over 30 different countries and ethnicities. See Profe to get more information and a permission slip. Thanks to the WCEF we have financial support for the bus so the cost will be less this year.

Last Gear Checkin is tonight for Nordic Skiing. 5:30-6:30 at the Lake Superior Elementary School in Ashland. If you borrowed ski equipment be sure to return it and get your t-shirt!


Congrats to the Visual Arts Classic team on their awesome work at the regional competition on Friday!  The team took home 3rd place trophies in Quiz Bowl, Critical Thinking, and Overall.  Individuals advancing to the state competition include:

Ciarra Helwig : long term & onsite painting
Henry Shackleford: long term painting
River Macrum: long term printmaking
Elena Ritter: long term & onsite ceramics
Sandy Blong: long term personal adornment
Iley Guenther: onsite digital photography
Molly Krueger: long term & onsite digital photography
Awesome job!!

February 21, 2020

Saturday School is this Saturday, February 22nd from 9 a.m until 2 p.m.

Sweeties Dance - February 22nd:
February 22nd from 7 -11 p.m. in the Elementary Commons.  Tickets are $6 for individual or 2 for $10 and can be purchased from Mr. Grimm.

Sign-up Sheets:
There are sign-up sheets in the office for girls soccer, baseball, and track.  Please stop by and sign-up if you are interested in participating in any of these sports.

Meetings:
Girls soccer - Wednesday, February 26th, 3:30 p.m. in Mr. Kirsten's room

Track - Thursday, February 27th, 3:30 p.m. in the LRC

Clay Trap - Mandatory team meeting Monday, March 2nd, 6 p.m. WITC Conference Center Room 305/6.  New and returning shooters should attend.


Digital Citizenship Event - February 25th, 5 - 6:30 p.m.:
Students, family members, and community members are welcome to join us at Washburn High School for informational booths.  Free food and no entry cost.  The event will be catered by Hugo's!

NHS presents Pennies for Patients Competition - January 20th - March 20th: 
Please bring your spare pennies, coins and dollars to your HELP adviser.  The class that raises the most will receive and ice cream party.  All proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Snowmobile Safety Course:
A snowmobile safety course is being offered in Ashland on February 25th and 27th from 4 - 7 p.m.  If you are interested, please stop by the office for more information.

Saturday School Dates
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
February 26, 2020
March 4, 2020
March 18, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Service Learning Opportunities:

Mrs. Tetzner (Art) has Art Show preparation jobs available after school most days (matting & labeling art, etc).  See her for details and to set up a time if interested.

The lifelong learning committee is organizing the Castle Guards Connections (math/literacy night) on March 5th from 4:30-6. We are looking for any students interested in serving the pizza dinner that we’re going to have as part of our event.  Please stop in the office if you are interested.


Seniors:

Any senior that has not ordered their cap, gown, tassel and stole should do so immediately so they arrive in time for graduation.  Order forms are available in the office.


Yearbook

If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Counseling Office

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications are available in the Counseling office to Junior and Senior students.

  • The deadline for applications for fall semester for both programs is March 1st and October 1st for the spring semester.  This is a state deadline and not flexible. 

Scholarships:
For Scholarship information after March 18, 2020 - please visit the Counseling Office Website or click here: 

New Drivers

To all the new drivers out there:  if you got your probationary license from May to NOW, you are still under GDL restrictions!  That means you can only drive with ONE non-family member in your vehicle!  NO EXCEPTIONS - THAT IS THE LAW!  Your first ticket could cost you $75.  And your restrictions will be extended another 6 months.  Plus your insurance could increase 12% or more.  

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Lockers
Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food.

Backpacks/Athletic Bags:
All backpacks and athletic bags should be kept in your locker.  If your athletic bag will not fit in your locker, please stop in the office and we can make other arrangements for you.  The hallways need to remain free of any obstacles/backpacks/athletic bags/items.  Thanks!

Hats/Hoodies/Blankets:
Just a reminder that hats and/or hoods are not allowed in school.  If you bring them to school they need to be kept in your locker.  Please refrain from bringing blankets to school.





February 6, 2020

Meetings:

Boys Baseball - February 6th 3:30 - 3:45 p.m. in the LRC

Sweeties Dance:
February 22nd from 7 -11 p.m. in the Elementary Commons.  Tickets are $6 for individual or 2 for $10 and can be purchased from Mr. Grimm.

NHS presents Pennies for Patients Competition - January 20th - March 20th: 
Please bring your spare pennies, coins and dollars to your HELP adviser.  The class that raises the most will receive and ice cream party.  All proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Cabin Fever Dress-up Days February 3rd - 7th:
Monday:  Pajama Day
Tuesday:  Hawaiian/Tourist Day
Wednesday:  Sports Day - Wear your team jersey or your favorite sport teams apparel
Thursday:  College Day - Wear your favorite college's apparel or college teams apparel
Friday:  Red and Black Day - show your school spirit

Snowmobile Safety Course:
A snowmobile safety course is being offered in Ashland on February 25th and 27th from 4 - 7 p.m.  If you are interested, please stop by the office for more information.


Saturday School Dates
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
February 26, 2020
March 4, 2020
March 18, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Service Learning Opportunities:

Mrs. Tetzner (Art) has Art Show preparation jobs available after school most days (matting & labeling art, etc).  See her for details and to set up a time if interested.

Seniors:

Senior pictures are due for the yearbook by February 17th.  Please email them to Lakyn at laky.sonday@wsdk12.net

Any senior that has not ordered their cap, gown, tassel and stole should do so immediately so they arrive in time for graduation.  Order forms are available in the office.


Yearbook

If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.


There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Lifeguarding Certification Class:

Red Cross Lifeguarding
Friday, February 21 from 5-9pm

Saturday, February 22 from 8am-6pm

Sunday, February 23 from 8am-6pm

Instructor Brittany Schmitt

Ages 15 and up. Provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED which is valid for 2 years.   Visit www.recreationandfitnessresources.org to register, or email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org if you're interested in lifeguarding for the Rec Center.  



Counseling Office

Representatives from Northland College will be here Friday, February 28th during Knowledge Cafe for senior students and parents who would like some help with their FAFSA (financial aid). Interested students (and parents) meet in Mrs. Pingel's room.

A representative from UW-Superior will be here March 17th at 10:30 a.m. for Junior and Senior students.
 
Northern Michigan University (NMU) will be here Thursday, March 19th at 11:00 for Junior and Senior students wishing to obtain more information and Senior's who have been admitted.

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications are available in the Counseling office to Junior and Senior students.

  • The deadline for applications for fall semester for both programs is March 1st and October 1st for the spring semester.  This is a state deadline and not flexible. 

Scholarships:

WSCA, partnering with Educators Credit Union, is offering senior students upwards of $2,000 for college. Visit 

https://www.ecu.com/community/student-scholarships/ecu-scholarships-vision-and-mission/ for qualifications and restrictions.  Deadline is February 27th 3 p.m

The National Marine Representatives Association (NMRA) is offering a $3,000 scholarship to an outstanding student pursuing education and a career in the marine trades. High school seniors, and college and vocational students may apply. The application is at bit.ly/2020-NMRA-Scholarship and is due April 1, 2020.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering a $1,000 scholarship to any senior whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. Stop by the counseling office for an application.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for a scholarship for high school seniors who will be attending a Lineman school and whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. See the counseling office for application.

The Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation (WROF) is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who have been living in rural Wisconsin for at least 2 years. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to qualify. for More information, visit www.wrof.org or stop by the counseling office. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Duluth Builder's Exchange is offering a $2,000 scholarship for student's going into the trades such as Plumber, Equipment Operator, Electrician, Carpenter, etc. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information on how to apply.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

New Drivers
To all the new drivers out there:  if you got your probationary license from May to NOW, you are still under GDL restrictions!  That means you can only drive with ONE non-family member in your vehicle!  NO EXCEPTIONS - THAT IS THE LAW!  Your first ticket could cost you $75.  And your restrictions will be extended another 6 months.  Plus your insurance could increase 12% or more.  

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Lockers
Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food.

Backpacks/Athletic Bags:
All backpacks and athletic bags should be kept in your locker.  If your athletic bag will not fit in your locker, please stop in the office and we can make other arrangements for you.  The hallways need to remain free of any obstacles/backpacks/athletic bags/items.  Thanks!

Hats/Hoodies/Blankets:
Just a reminder that hats and/or hoods are not allowed in school.  If you bring them to school they need to be kept in your locker.  Please refrain from bringing blankets to school.






January 22, 2020

Term 2/Semester 1 Exams:
Wednesday, January 22nd - Periods 1, 2, 4 & 5
Thursday, January 23rd - Periods 6 - 9

The complete finals schedules is available on the high school home page.

Lost and Found:
All items that have been turned in to the lost and found are now set out on a table in the LRC.  If your son/daughter is missing any items, please have them check in the LRC.  Any items left unclaimed will be donated to the ABC Thrift store.

NHS presents Pennies for Patients Competition - January 20th - March 20th: 
Please bring your spare pennies, coins and dollars to your HELP adviser.  The class that raises the most will receive and ice cream party.  All proceeds will go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Cabin Fever Dress-up Days February 3rd - 7th:
Monday:  Pajama Day
Tuesday:  Hawaiian/Tourist Day
Wednesday:  Sports Day - Wear your team jersey or your favorite sport teams apparel
Thursday:  College Day - Wear your favorite college's apparel or college teams apparel
Friday:  Red and Black Day - show your school spirit


Saturday School Dates
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
January 22, 2020
February 5, 2020
February 19, 2020
March 4, 2020
March 18, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


New Class Offering

New Class Offering Second Semester!! Mrs. Tetzner will be offering Sewing as a new class during 4th period next semester. This is through the FACS program and is going to be a lot of fun!


Service Learning Opportunities:

Mrs. Tetzner (Art) has Art Show preparation jobs available after school most days (matting & labeling art, etc).  See her for details and to set up a time if interested.

Seniors:

Senior pictures are due for the yearbook by February 17th.  Please email them to Lakyn at laky.sonday@wsdk12.net

Any senior that has not ordered their cap, gown, tassel and stole should do so immediately so they arrive in time for graduation.  Order forms are available in the office.


Yearbook

If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Lifeguarding Certification Class:

Red Cross Lifeguarding
Friday, February 21 from 5-9pm

Saturday, February 22 from 8am-6pm

Sunday, February 23 from 8am-6pm

Instructor Brittany Schmitt

Ages 15 and up. Provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED which is valid for 2 years.   Visit www.recreationandfitnessresources.org to register, or email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org if you're interested in lifeguarding for the Rec Center.  



Counseling Office

WITC is having their annual Career Day on February 21st at WITC. We will take a bus of students leaving at 8:30 a.m. Students need to register at  
Northern Michigan University (NMU) will be here Thursday, March 19th at 11:00 for Junior and Senior students wishing to obtain more information and Senior's who have been admitted.

Scholarships:

The National Marine Representatives Association (NMRA) is offering a $3,000 scholarship to an outstanding student pursuing education and a career in the marine trades. High school seniors, and college and vocational students may apply. The application is at bit.ly/2020-NMRA-Scholarship and is due April 1, 2020.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering a $1,000 scholarship to any senior whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. Stop by the counseling office for an application.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for a scholarship for high school seniors who will be attending a Lineman school and whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. See the counseling office for application.

The Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation (WROF) is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who have been living in rural Wisconsin for at least 2 years. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to qualify. for More information, visit www.wrof.org or stop by the counseling office. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Duluth Builder's Exchange is offering a $2,000 scholarship for student's going into the trades such as Plumber, Equipment Operator, Electrician, Carpenter, etc. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information on how to apply.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association awards scholarships to Wisconsin students enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 3rd, 2020. Applications in Counseling Office.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Lockers
Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food.

Backpacks/Athletic Bags:
All backpacks and athletic bags should be kept in your locker.  If your athletic bag will not fit in your locker, please stop in the office and we can make other arrangements for you.  The hallways need to remain free of any obstacles/backpacks/athletic bags/items.  Thanks!

Hats/Hoodies/Blankets:
Just a reminder that hats and hoodies are not allowed in school.  If you bring them to school they need to be kept in your locker.  Please refrain from bringing blankets to school.






January 16, 2020

Term 2/Semester 1 Exams:
Wednesday, January 22nd - Periods 1, 2, 4 & 5
Thursday, January 23rd - Periods 6 - 9

The complete finals schedules is available on the high school home page.

Meetings:
VAC team meeting on Friday, January 17th during KC in the art room.

Congratulations to the following students:

Congratulations to Jacob Graves, who will be graduating from Washburn in June. He scored a perfect score on the Navy ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test) just this past weekend in Minneapolis, MN.

This score has earned him a terrific opportunity to sign a contract with the Navy Nuclear Engineer Program. He is attending boot camp in July 2020. Awesome job, Jacob! We are proud of you!!


Elks Club Teenager/Jr Teenager of the Month:

Charles Motiff - October Teenager

Leah Hawbaker - October Jr. Teenager

Kyra Phillips - November Jr. Teenager



Saturday School Dates
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
January 22, 2020
February 5, 2020
February 19, 2020
March 4, 2020
March 18, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


New Class Offering

New Class Offering Second Semester!! Mrs. Tetzner will be offering Sewing as a new class during 4th period next semester. This is through the FACS program and is going to be a lot of fun!


Yearbook

If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Lifeguarding Certification Class:

Red Cross Lifeguarding
Friday, February 21 from 5-9pm

Saturday, February 22 from 8am-6pm

Sunday, February 23 from 8am-6pm

Instructor Brittany Schmitt

Ages 15 and up. Provides entry-level participants the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until EMS personnel take over. Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED which is valid for 2 years.   Visit www.recreationandfitnessresources.org to register, or email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org if you're interested in lifeguarding for the Rec Center.  



Counseling Office

WITC is having their annual Career Day on February 21st at WITC. We will take a bus of students leaving at 8:30 a.m. Students need to register at  

Scholarships:

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering a $1,000 scholarship to any senior whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. Stop by the counseling office for an application.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is accepting applications for a scholarship for high school seniors who will be attending a Lineman school and whose parents are a member of Bayfield Electric. Deadline is March 13. See the counseling office for application.

The Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation (WROF) is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who have been living in rural Wisconsin for at least 2 years. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to qualify. for More information, visit www.wrof.org or stop by the counseling office. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Duluth Builder's Exchange is offering a $2,000 scholarship for student's going into the trades such as Plumber, Equipment Operator, Electrician, Carpenter, etc. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information on how to apply.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association awards scholarships to Wisconsin students enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 3rd, 2020. Applications in Counseling Office.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food and all backpacks and bags must be put in lockers, they should not be sitting on the hallway floors.  The hallways must remain clear of any obstacles. 




January 9, 2020

Saturday School is this Saturday, January 11th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Winter Sports Pictures
Winter sports pictures will take place on Wednesday, January 15th.  Below is the list of scheduled times:
3:30 HSGBB Varsity
3:50 HSGBB JV
4:10 HSBB Varsity
4:30 HSBB JV
4:50 MSGVB 8th Grade 
5:10 MSGVB 6th/7th Grade
5:30 MSBB 8th Grade
5:50 MSBB 6th/7th Grade
6:10 Alpine Ski
6:30 Nordic Ski

MS Illumination will have their pictures taken during choir class followed by HS Show Choir.  Order forms will be sent home with the athletes or you can order online at:

lifetouchsports.com
ID:  MI499049X0

Term 2/Semester 1 Exams:
Wednesday, January 22nd - Periods 1, 2, 4 & 5
Thursday, January 23rd - Periods 6 - 9

The complete finals schedules is available on the high school home page.

Congratulations to the following students:

Congratulations to Jacob Graves, who will be graduating from Washburn in June. He scored a perfect score on the Navy ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test) just this past weekend in Minneapolis, MN.

This score has earned him a terrific opportunity to sign a contract with the Navy Nuclear Engineer Program. He is attending boot camp in July 2020. Awesome job, Jacob! We are proud of you!!


Elks Club Teenager/Jr Teenager of the Month:

Charles Motiff - October Teenager

Leah Hawbaker - October Jr. Teenager

Kyra Phillips - November Jr. Teenager



Saturday School Dates
January 11th
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
January 22, 2020
February 5, 2020
February 19, 2020
March 4, 2020
March 18, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


New Class Offering

New Class Offering Second Semester!! Mrs. Tetzner will be offering Sewing as a new class during 4th period next semester. This is through the FACS program and is going to be a lot of fun!


Yearbook

If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Counseling Office

Scholarships:

The Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation (WROF) is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who have been living in rural Wisconsin for at least 2 years. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to qualify. for More information, visit www.wrof.org or stop by the counseling office. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Duluth Builder's Exchange is offering a $2,000 scholarship for student's going into the trades such as Plumber, Equipment Operator, Electrician, Carpenter, etc. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information on how to apply.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association awards scholarships to Wisconsin students enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 3rd, 2020. Applications in Counseling Office.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Senior students who plan to attend UMD and major in Computer Science can apply for the Saturn Systems Scholarship. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information and online application. Deadline is January 15th, 2020.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food and all backpacks and bags must be put in lockers, they should not be sitting on the hallway floors.  The hallways must remain clear of any obstacles. 





December 5, 2019


Saturday School Dates
December 14th
January 11th
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
December 11, 2019
January 8, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


New Class Offering Second Semester!! Mrs. Tetzner will be offering Sewing as a new class during 4th period next semester. This is through the FACS program and is going to be a lot of fun!


Activities/Movie Day - December 20th

The morning will consist of activities that students can sign up for and the afternoon students will be going to the movie in Ashland or staying behind for a study hall.  Additional information will be available in the upcoming weeks.


Clothing and Toy Drive for New Day Shelter
The National Honor Society is hosting a clothing and toy drive to benefit the New Day Shelter during the high school basketball games on December 13th and 16th.  Any person donating an item will get into the game for free.

Blood Drive
The Red Cross Blood Drive is Wednesday, Dec. 11. We need donors! The Red Cross is experiencing shortages and we really need donations. Students must be 16 years old to donate. Staff are welcome! Every donor will receive a t-shirt. Contact Profe Reed to sign up.

Snowmobile Class Petition
This petition is to show the DNR that there is a need in our communities for this education.  Any student that is interested can stop in the office and sign the petition.

Service Learning Opportunities:

The lifelong learning committee is organizing Castle Guards Connections (math/literacy night) on March 5th from 4:30-6. We were wondering if there are any sports teams that have hours they need to complete and would be interested in serving the pizza dinner that we’re going to have as part of our event? Thanks!




Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Counseling Office

Scholarships:

The Wisconsin Rural Opportunities Foundation (WROF) is offering a scholarship to high school seniors who have been living in rural Wisconsin for at least 2 years. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA to qualify. for More information, visit www.wrof.org or stop by the counseling office. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Duluth Builder's Exchange is offering a $2,000 scholarship for student's going into the trades such as Plumber, Equipment Operator, Electrician, Carpenter, etc. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information on how to apply.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association awards scholarships to Wisconsin students enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 3rd, 2020. Applications in Counseling Office.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Senior students who plan to attend UMD and major in Computer Science can apply for the Saturn Systems Scholarship. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information and online application. Deadline is January 15th, 2020.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food and all backpacks and bags must be put in lockers, they should not be sitting on the hallway floors.  The hallways must remain clear of any obstacles. 




November 21, 2019

Saturday School Dates
December 14th
January 11th
February 22nd
March 14th
April 25th
May 16th

Athletic Grade Checks
November 26, 2019 (TUESDAY)
December 11, 2019
January 8, 2020

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Bayfield County Health Department Student Art Show
The Bayfield County Health Department is looking for students to submit artwork to a student art show with the theme: "How alcohol and drugs have affected my life.".  The show will be on display at the Great Lakes Visitor Center on December 19, in conjunction with the showing of the PBS documentary "Not Enough Apologies".  Interested students should see Mrs. K. Tetzner for additional information.

Blood Drive
The Red Cross Blood Drive is Wednesday, Dec. 11. We need donors! The Red Cross is experiencing shortages and we really need donations. Students must be 16 years old to donate. Staff are welcome! Every donor will receive a t-shirt. Contact Profe Reed to sign up.

VAC
Students planning on participating in VAC: see Mrs. Tetzner with your top picks for studio categories as soon as possible.  Project work can begin this week (open studio on Tuesdays and Fridays during KC)!

Service Learning Opportunities

Blood Drive volunteers are needed!  Profe is looking for hard working volunteers with great people skills to help out with set up, and donor support during the drive. If you are interested, see Profe to find out more.   The Blood Drive is December 11th.

The nursing home is looking for volunteers on November 23rd from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to help with a sale they are having.  If you are interested, please stop by the nursing home and sign up.

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470

Counseling Office

Scholarships:

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association awards scholarships to Wisconsin students enrolling in a course of study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 3rd, 2020. Applications in Counseling Office.

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Senior students who plan to attend UMD and major in Computer Science can apply for the Saturn Systems Scholarship. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information and online application. Deadline is January 15th, 2020.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Download application at www.wspe.org/scholarships Deadline is December 16, 2019.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food and all backpacks and bags must be put in lockers, they should not be sitting on the hallway floors.  The hallways must remain clear of any obstacles. 




November 15, 2019

Saturday School - November 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Ski Team Practice

First day of practice will be Monday, November 18, after school.  Make sure you have work out clothing and plan to meet in the middle/high school cafeteria.


Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
November 26, 2019
December 11, 2019
January 8, 2020

Blood Drive
The Red Cross Blood Drive is Wednesday, Dec. 11. We need donors! The Red Cross is experiencing shortages and we really need donations. Students must be 16 years old to donate. Staff are welcome! Every donor will receive a t-shirt. Contact Profe Reed to sign up.

VAC
Students planning on participating in VAC: see Mrs. Tetzner with your top picks for studio categories as soon as possible.  Project work can begin this week (open studio on Tuesdays and Fridays during KC)!

Service Learning Opportunities

Blood Drive volunteers are needed!  Profe is looking for hard working volunteers with great people skills to help out with set up, and donor support during the drive. If you are interested, see Profe to find out more.   The Blood Drive is December 11th.

The nursing home is looking for volunteers on November 23rd from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to help with a sale they are having.  If you are interested, please stop by the nursing home and sign up.

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470


College Visit Opportunities

A tour of Central Lakes College-Staples, Minnesota campus is available to students interested in learning more about their heavy equipment operation program.  The tour will take place on November 22nd.  Interested students please see Mrs. Nelson in Room 116.  Space is limited and priority will be given to juniors and seniors.

Students interested in cosmetology, esthiology, or massage therapy, a tour of the Aveda Institute in Minneapolis is available to interested students.  This is an overnight field trip leaving on November 20th and returning November 21st.  Space is extremely limited and student selection will be based on chaperone availability.  Priority will be given to juniors and seniors.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information.


Counseling Office


Scholarships:

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior who will be graduating from a northern Wisconsin school. Many qualifications apply. Deadline is February 28, 2020.

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a $1,000 scholarship to graduating seniors whose family members are members of the credit union. More qualifications apply. Visit www.northwoodscu.com for online application and more information or stop by the counseling office. Deadline April 15, 2020

Northwoods Community Credit Union (NCCU) is offering a military scholarship for graduating seniors entering into any branch of service.  Please visit www.northwoodscu.com for more information. 

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Senior students who plan to attend UMD and major in Computer Science can apply for the Saturn Systems Scholarship. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information and online application. Deadline is January 15th, 2020.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Download application at www.wspe.org/scholarships Deadline is December 16, 2019.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.


Locker Rooms
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food. 




November 8, 2019

Basketball Hamburger Dinner Fundraiser
Saturday, November 9th from 4 - 7 p.m. in the MS/HS cafeteria.  Cost is $10 per ticket.  Tickets can be purchased at the door.

Castle Guard Spirit Wear
Order your Castle Guard spirit wear now through November 10th!!

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
November 13, 2019
November 26, 2019
December 11, 2019
January 8, 2020

Blood Drive
The Red Cross Blood Drive is Wednesday, Dec. 11. We need donors! The Red Cross is experiencing shortages and we really need donations. Students must be 16 years old to donate. Staff are welcome! Every donor will receive a t-shirt. Contact Profe Reed to sign up.

VAC
Students planning on participating in VAC: see Mrs. Tetzner with your top picks for studio categories as soon as possible.  Project work can begin this week (open studio on Tuesdays and Fridays during KC)!

Alpine Ski Team
There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any student interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team.

Blood Drive
The Blood Drive will be here on Wednesday, Dec. 11. Volunteers are needed to help. See Profe or sign up on the sign up on the Spanish/French room door. There are limited spaces on each time slot. Also, we are looking for staff and students who want to donate. Let's make this a great blood drive!

Service Learning Opportunities
The nursing home is looking for volunteers on November 23rd from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to help with a sale they are having.  If you are interested, please stop by the nursing home and sign up.

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Buy your yearbook by November 30th and get 5% off!

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and printed only in your book!

www.treering.com/validate
School Code:  10145431559470



College Visit Opportunities

A tour of Central Lakes College-Staples, Minnesota campus is available to students interested in learning more about their heavy equipment operation program.  The tour will take place on November 22nd.  Interested students please see Mrs. Nelson in Room 116.  Space is limited and priority will be given to juniors and seniors.

Students interested in cosmetology, esthiology, or massage therapy, a tour of the Aveda Institute in Minneapolis is available to interested students.  This is an overnight field trip leaving on November 20th and returning November 21st.  Space is extremely limited and student selection will be based on chaperone availability.  Priority will be given to juniors and seniors.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information.


Counseling Office

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Thursday, November 14th at 9:30 a.m. for any Junior or Senior students wishing to meet with them.

The ASVAB test will be available for students who are interested in joining the military. The test will be given on November 14th in Bayfield.  Mrs. Pufall will provide transportation. Please see the counseling office to sign up by November 1st.

Scholarships:

The Ab Nicholas Scholarship Foundation is offering senior students planning to attend a UW system University and participated in basketball their senior year. This is a substantial award. Stop by the counseling office or visit www.abnicholasscholars.org for more information. Applications accepted February 1st - April 30th online only.

Senior students who plan to attend UMD and major in Computer Science can apply for the Saturn Systems Scholarship. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for more information and online application. Deadline is January 15th, 2020.

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Download application at www.wspe.org/scholarships Deadline is December 16, 2019.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

The Hagen Scholarship is being offered, nationwide, to graduating seniors attending an eligible college. Many restrictions apply. Visit www.hsfmo.org for eligibility and application process. Deadline is November 15, 2019.

Save the Date for "Welcome to Dr. Seussville" at the Annual Red Cliff Community Health Fair

Join us for a "Wacky" Wednesday at the Red Cliff Community Health Center, November 13, 2019,  3:00-6:00pm. Free Family Fun, Food, Raffles and More. 
Meet the Cat in the Hat, the Health Care Team (One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish), visit with local EMT's, enjoy the Dr. Seuss décor, learn of Community Resources, tour the Health Center and get your Flu Shot. For more information call Heidi Livingston 715-779-3707 ext. 226.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.

Karate Club
David Moyle, Seventh-degree Black Belt will be holding a Karate Club in the MS/HS Cafeteria starting October 24th from 3:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.  The cost for the class is $20/month.  Any economically disadvantaged family will have their tuition waived.  Classes will focus on coordination, increased strength, building core strength and learning self-defense without contact.  Please call David at 906-235-8427 if you have any questions or would like to sign up.

LOCKER ROOMS  
PLEASE retrieve your items from the locker rooms both Boys and Girls!!  Items found on the floor at the end of school Friday will be removed and discarded!   

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food. 




October 29, 2019

Volleyball Sectional Semifinal Ticket Pre-sale

We are pre-selling tickets for the Girls’ Volleyball Sectional Semifinal @ Mercer on Thursday, October 31st at 7:00 p.m.  If you are interested in attending this event, please purchase your tickets in advance from the MS/HS office between 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.  Please purchase your tickets before noon on Wednesday.  

Ticket prices:

Age 6 and up is $6

Under 6 is $1



Term 1 Finals

Thursday, October 31st:
Period 1  8:15-9:45
Period 2  9:55-11:20
Lunch  11:20-12:15
Period 4  12:20-1:45
Period 5  1:55-3:25

Friday, November 1st:
Period 6  8:15-9:45
Period 7  9:55-11:20
Lunch  11:20-12:15
Period 8  12:20-1:45
Period 9  1:55-3:25

No School
Monday, November 4th

Castle Guard Spirit Wear
Order your Castle Guard spirit wear now through November 10th!!

VAC Meeting
There will be a VAC meeting on Tuesday, October 29th in the art room during Knowledge Cafe.   Long term project prompts are here!!

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
October 30, 2019
November 13, 2019
November 26, 2019
December 11, 2019
January 8, 2020

Alpine Ski Team
There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any student interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team.

Blood Drive
The Blood Drive will be here on Wednesday, Dec. 11. Volunteers are needed to help. See Profe or sign up on the sign up on the Spanish/French room door. There are limited spaces on each time slot. Also, we are looking for staff and students who want to donate. Let's make this a great blood drive!

Blood Drive Student Organizers meeting in Profe's room on Wednesday, Nov. 30th during Knowledge Cafe.



Service Learning Opportunities
The nursing home is looking for volunteers on November 23rd from 8:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to help with a sale they are having.  If you are interested, please stop by the nursing home and sign up.

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

BUY YOUR YEARBOOK BY NOVEMBER 30TH AND GET 5% OFF! 

There will be a handout and book signing party this year for all students who pre-order their yearbook.  Customize your book with special photos and memories.  The 2 custom pages are FREE and are printed only in your book!


www.treering.com/validate

School Code:  101456431559470


College Visit Opportunities

A tour of Central Lakes College-Staples, Minnesota campus is available to students interested in learning more about their heavy equipment operation program.  The tour will take place on November 22nd.  Interested students please see Mrs. Nelson in Room 116.  Space is limited and priority will be given to juniors and seniors.

Students interested in cosmetology, esthiology, or massage therapy, a tour of the Aveda Institute in Minneapolis is available to interested students.  This is an overnight field trip leaving on November 20th and returning November 21st.  Space is extremely limited and student selection will be based on chaperone availability.  Priority will be given to juniors and seniors.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information.


Counseling Office

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Thursday, November 14th at 9:30 a.m. for any Junior or Senior students wishing to meet with them.

The ASVAB test will be available for students who are interested in joining the military. The test will be given on November 14th in Bayfield.  Mrs. Pufall will provide transportation. Please see the counseling office to sign up by November 1st.

Scholarships:

Foremost Media is awarding $500 to a graduating senior who is entering the Marketing or Web Development field. Visit www.foremostmedia.com/scholarship or the counseling office for more information.  Applications being accepted March 1st-May 1st, 2020.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Download application at www.wspe.org/scholarships Deadline is December 16, 2019.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

The Hagen Scholarship is being offered, nationwide, to graduating seniors attending an eligible college. Many restrictions apply. Visit www.hsfmo.org for eligibility and application process. Deadline is November 15, 2019.

Save the Date for "Welcome to Dr. Seussville" at the Annual Red Cliff Community Health Fair

Join us for a "Wacky" Wednesday at the Red Cliff Community Health Center, November 13, 2019,  3:00-6:00pm. Free Family Fun, Food, Raffles and More.
Meet the Cat in the Hat, the Health Care Team (One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish), visit with local EMT's, enjoy the Dr. Seuss décor, learn of Community Resources, tour the Health Center and get your Flu Shot. For more information call Heidi Livingston 715-779-3707 ext. 226.



Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students are welcome to attend.

Karate Club
David Moyle, Seventh-degree Black Belt will be holding a Karate Club in the MS/HS Cafeteria starting October 24th from 3:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.  The cost for the class is $20/month.  Any economically disadvantaged family will have their tuition waived.  Classes will focus on coordination, increased strength, building core strength and learning self-defense without contact.  Please call David at 906-235-8427 if you have any questions or would like to sign up.


Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food. 



October 17, 2019

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.  If you want to have your picture re-taken, you need to to have your original pictures with you on re-take day.

Saturday School
October 26th

Term 1 Finals
October 30th and 31st

Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
October 30th

Alpine Ski Team
There is a sign-up sheet in the office for any student interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team.

Book Club

Book club will meet this Friday, Oct. 25th, during Knowledge Cafe in the LRC. Please be ready to discuss the book. New members are welcome to join as we begin our second book The Hate U Give.   Please let Mrs. Haughn know if you are interested in joining.

Drama Club

Drama Club meets on Thursdays from 3:30-4:15 PM  in Ms. Lynch's room, 228.   All middle school/high school students students are welcome to attend.

Karate Club
David Moyle, Seventh-degree Black Belt will be holding a Karate Club in the MS/HS Cafeteria starting October 24th from 3:30 p.m. until 4:30 p.m.  The cost for the class is $20/month.  Any economically disadvantaged family will have their tuition waived.  Classes will focus on coordination, increased strength, building core strength and learning self-defense without contact.  Please call David at 906-235-8427 if you have any questions or would like to sign up.

Service Learning Opportunities
The Washburn Lions Club is sponsoring a Kiddie Carnival as part of Zombie Days on Saturday, Oct. 26. The Club needs 6 students to help decorate and run the Haunted Tunnel. The event is in the HS gym and tunnel. Set-up and decorating would begin at 12:00 noon. The Carnival begins after the parade, about 2:30 p.m. and goes to 4 :00 p.m. Service learning hours are available. See Mr. Seppa for more information.

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Counseling Office:



The ASVAB test will be available for students who are interested in joining the military. The test will be given on November 14th in Bayfield.  Mrs. Pufall will provide transportation.Please see the counseling office to sign up by November 1st.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

Scholarships

The Wisconsin School Counselor Association (WSCA), in partnership with Xello & Method Test Prep, has established the WSCA High School Scholarship Program to assist students with their post-secondary education. FOUR $1,000.00 scholarships will be awarded statewide. Stop into the counseling office or visit https://www.wscaweb.org/awards-scholarships/scholarships/xello-method-test-prep-high-school-scholarship-2018-2019-2/ for more information. Deadline is November 4th.

Engineers Foundation of Wisconsin is offering scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to study engineering at a four-year ABET accredited program leading to a baccalaureate degree in engineering. Download application at www.wspe.org/scholarships Deadline is December 16, 2019.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships to students who plan to attend in the Superior/Duluth area. Visit www.dsacommunityfoundation.com for application and more information.

The Hagen Scholarship is being offered, nationwide, to graduating seniors attending an eligible college. Many restrictions apply. Visit www.hsfmo.org for eligibility and application process. Deadline is November 15, 2019.

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is November 5th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!

Please remember to keep your lockers clean and free from any food. 




October 10, 2019

Saturday School
October 26th

Term 1 Finals
October 30th and 31st

Student of the Month
Congratulations to Sophomore Davina Anderson for being chosen as Student of the Month for volunteering to help with student orientation day and guiding new students around the building!


Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

 

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
Hallway Themes:  Freshmen - Jumanji, Sophomores - Life, Juniors - Monopoly, Seniors - Candy Land

Dress-up Days
Monday:  Music Day - Dress up as a famous musician or music theme
Tuesday:  Dynamic Duo/Trio - Dress up as a duo or trio
Wednesday:  TV Character Day - Dress up as a popular TV character
Thursday:  Sports Day - Wear your sports attire or favorite teams jersey
Friday:  Red and Black Day - show your school spirit!

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Counseling Office:
WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

Scholarships

The Hagen Scholarship is being offered, nationwide, to graduating seniors attending an eligible college. Many restrictions apply. Visit www.hsfmo.org for eligibility and application process. Deadline is November 15, 2019.

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is November 5th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!




October 8, 2019

Yearbook Meeting Thursday, October 10th
There will be a quick yearbook meeting on Thursday, October 10th in Ms. Pingel's room to get an idea of who is interested in joining.

International Club Meeting Tuesday, October 8th
There will be a meeting during KC in Profe's room on Tuesday. Come get to know the exchange students better, and plan our hike to Copper Falls and pumpkin carving.

Student of the Month
Congratulations to Sophomore Davina Anderson for being chosen as Student of the Month for volunteering to help with student orientation day and guiding new students around the building!


Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

 

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
Hallway Themes:  Freshmen - Jumanji, Sophomores - Life, Juniors - Monopoly, Seniors - Candy Land

Dress-up Days
Monday:  Music Day - Dress up as a famous musician or music theme
Tuesday:  Dynamic Duo/Trio - Dress up as a duo or trio
Wednesday:  TV Character Day - Dress up as a popular TV character
Thursday:  Sports Day - Wear your sports attire or favorite teams jersey
Friday:  Red and Black Day - show your school spirit!

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Counseling Office:
WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

Scholarships

The Hagen Scholarship is being offered, nationwide, to graduating seniors attending an eligible college. Many restrictions apply. Visit www.hsfmo.org for eligibility and application process. Deadline is November 15, 2019.

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is November 5th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!





October 3, 2019
International Club Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 8
There will be a meeting during KC in Profe's room on Tuesday. Come get to know the exchange students better, and plan our hike to Copper Falls and pumpking carving.


Mid-Term Report Cards

Just a reminder that the mid-term report cards will not be sent home unless you request that it gets mailed to you.  The mid-term report and report cards will now be posted directly to your Skyward account.  You can locate the report under the "Portfolio" tab on left hand menu in Skyward.   Reports will be posted on the following dates:

 

October 3rd  (Mid-term)

November 7th

December 12th (Mid-term)

January 30th

February 27th (Mid-term)

April 9th

May 7th (Mid-term)

June 11th


Athletic Grade Checks 
October 2nd
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
October 7th - 11th Watch the announcements for more information!
Hallway Themes:  Freshmen - Jumanji, Sophomores - Life, Juniors - Monopoly, Seniors - Candy Land

Dress-up Days
Monday:  Music Day - Dress up as a famous musician or music theme
Tuesday:  Dynamic Duo/Trio - Dress up as a duo or trio
Wednesday:  TV Character Day - Dress up as a popular TV character
Thursday:  Sports Day - Wear your sports attire or favorite teams jersey
Friday:  Red and Black Day - show your school spirit!

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Josten's
Seniors & Sophomores - The Josten's rep will be here today during lunch to collect order forms and payments for graduation regalia, class rings and lettermen jackets.

School of Rock
Any Freshmen interested in learning about the School of Rock can report to a MS Core teachers classroom during Knowledge Cafe on Friday, October 4th.  

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Meetings
GSA Club will meet every other Friday during 3rd period in Mr. Hay's room.  First meeting will be on October 4th.  
 

Counseling Office:

Jr. and Sr. students are invited to attend the College Fair at Northland College on October 9th. The bus will leave school at 8:30 and return by 11:30. Come to the counseling office to register by October 1st.

WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

A representative from St. Scholastica will be here on October 4th at 9:30 for any Junior/Senior students interested.

Scholarships

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is November 5th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!






September 26, 2019


Saturday School
Saturday school is this Saturday, September 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Please make sure you turn in your applications by the end of the day Thursday, September 26th.

Athletic Grade Checks 
October 2nd
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
October 7th - 11th Watch the announcements for more information!

Josten's
Seniors - The Josten's rep will be here on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about graduation regalia and to hand out order forms for caps, gowns, tassel and stole.  He will return on Thursday, October 3rd to collect any order forms and payments.

Sophomores - Josten's will also be meeting with you on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about class rings and athletic jackets.  An announcement will be made when your class should report to the cafeteria.

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Meetings

The Sophomore Class officer should report to Ms. Diamond’s room on Tuesday, September 24 during Knowledge Café for Homecoming Dance planning.

GSA Club will meet every other Friday during 3rd period in Mr. Hay's room.  First meeting will be on October 4th.  


Castle Guard Spirit Wear Fundraiser

The Volleyball team is hosting a spirit wear fundraiser through Fan Cloth.  There is spirit wear as well as volleyball wear.  Orders can be placed on our online shop at https://fancloth.shop/XJ2LL until Oct 1st, 2019.   All sales benefit the volleyball team.  If you have any questions, please contact coach Linsey Abel.

 

Counseling Office:

Jr. and Sr. students are invited to attend the College Fair at Northland College on October 9th. The bus will leave school at 8:30 and return by 11:30. Come to the counseling office to register by October 1st.

WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications for Spring Semester will be available on Friday, September 13th. Deadline for getting those completed applications to the counseling office is October 1st NOON!

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

A representative from St. Scholastica will be here on October 4th at 9:30 for any Junior/Senior students interested.

Scholarships

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is December 11th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

This scholarship is designed to help youth (and adults!) of the Chequamegon Bay area participate in outdoor educational programs through programs like Outward Bound, Wilderness Inquiry or Northland College.  The one-page application also includes a page of explanation of eligibility criteria and application processes.  Deadline to apply is October 1, 2019.  Please stop by the office for an application.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!







Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

September 5, 2019

Counseling Office:
Any student interested in taking the PSAT this year, please stop by the counseling office to let Laurie or Mrs. Pufall know. Deadline is Tuesday, September 17th at 3:30 p.m.

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications for Spring Semester will be available on Friday, September 13th. Deadline for getting those completed applications to the counseling office is October 1st.

UW-Superior will be here September 11th from 10:30-11 a.m. for any 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

High School Tutor
Mr. Hay will be available starting September 10th.  He will be available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 - 4:30.

Picture Day - September 10th
Picture Day will take place on September 10th.  Sports pictures will be taken after school.  Parents can order pictures online at the following link:


Clay Trap Team
Anyone interested in participating in Clay Trap Club must be registered prior to September 10th, 2019 with the league.  Please stop in the office for more information.

This scholarship is designed to help youth (and adults!) of the Chequamegon Bay area participate in outdoor educational programs through programs like Outward Bound, Wilderness Inquiry or Northland College.  The one-page application also includes a page of explanation of eligibility criteria and application processes.  Deadline to apply is October 1, 2019.  Please stop by the office for an application.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!



Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

Orientation Day
Orientation Day for 7th Grade, Freshmen, new and exchange students will take place on Thursday, August 29th.  Below is the agenda for the day:

8:00 - 8:30 a.m.  
All students, parents (recommended), and staff report to the gymnasium

8:30 - 8:45 a.m.  
Students report to Homeroom Extended Learning Period (HELP) class to go over the schedule for the day.
Parents can receive a tour of the building.

8:45 - 11:00 a.m.  
Team building activity

11:20 - 12:00 p.m.  
Lunch at the school

12:05 - 12:20 p.m. 
Students will report to scheduled classes (modified times) starting with 1st period.

3:05 - 3:25 p.m.  
All students and staff report to the cafeteria for the Activities Fair, Ice Cream and T-Shirts

Picture Day - September 10th
Picture Day will take place on September 10th.  Sports pictures will be taken after school.  Parents can order pictures online at the following link:


Clay Trap Team
Anyone interested in participating in Clay Trap Club should attend the Mandatory Team Meeting on September 4th, 6 p.m. at WITC.  You MUST be registered prior to September 10th, 2019 with the league.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!





Athletic Grade Checks 
October 2nd
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
October 7th - 11th Watch the announcements for more information!

Yearbook
If anyone is interested in joining the yearbook staff, please see Mrs. Pingel.

Josten's
Seniors - The Josten's rep will be here on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about graduation regalia and to hand out order forms for caps, gowns, tassel and stole.  He will return on Thursday, October 3rd to collect any order forms and payments.

Sophomores - Josten's will also be meeting with you on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about class rings and athletic jackets.  An announcement will be made when your class should report to the cafeteria.

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Meetings
GSA Club will meet every other Friday during 3rd period in Mr. Hay's room.  First meeting will be on October 4th.  
 

Counseling Office:

Jr. and Sr. students are invited to attend the College Fair at Northland College on October 9th. The bus will leave school at 8:30 and return by 11:30. Come to the counseling office to register by October 1st.

WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

A representative from St. Scholastica will be here on October 4th at 9:30 for any Junior/Senior students interested.

Scholarships

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is December 11th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!






September 26, 2019


Saturday School
Saturday school is this Saturday, September 28th from 9:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Please make sure you turn in your applications by the end of the day Thursday, September 26th.

Athletic Grade Checks 
October 2nd
October 16th
October 30th

Homecoming Week
October 7th - 11th Watch the announcements for more information!

Josten's
Seniors - The Josten's rep will be here on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about graduation regalia and to hand out order forms for caps, gowns, tassel and stole.  He will return on Thursday, October 3rd to collect any order forms and payments.

Sophomores - Josten's will also be meeting with you on Monday, September 30th during 3rd Period to talk with you about class rings and athletic jackets.  An announcement will be made when your class should report to the cafeteria.

Picture Re-Take Day
Picture re-take day will be Friday, October 18th.  If you did not have your picture taken on September 10th, you will need to have it taken on October 18th.  Every student is required to have their picture taken for their picture id.

Meetings

The Sophomore Class officer should report to Ms. Diamond’s room on Tuesday, September 24 during Knowledge Café for Homecoming Dance planning.

GSA Club will meet every other Friday during 3rd period in Mr. Hay's room.  First meeting will be on October 4th.  


Castle Guard Spirit Wear Fundraiser

The Volleyball team is hosting a spirit wear fundraiser through Fan Cloth.  There is spirit wear as well as volleyball wear.  Orders can be placed on our online shop at https://fancloth.shop/XJ2LL until Oct 1st, 2019.   All sales benefit the volleyball team.  If you have any questions, please contact coach Linsey Abel.

 

Counseling Office:

Jr. and Sr. students are invited to attend the College Fair at Northland College on October 9th. The bus will leave school at 8:30 and return by 11:30. Come to the counseling office to register by October 1st.

WITC Showcase for High School Seniors! Wednesday, October 16th 9-11:30 a.m. Register online by October 7th. Mrs. Nelson will take the first 9 Seniors to sign up. Learn about WITC campus life, talk to current WITC students, college topic tables, prizes and you can apply to WITC for free that day.

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications for Spring Semester will be available on Friday, September 13th. Deadline for getting those completed applications to the counseling office is October 1st NOON!

Mrs. Pufall will be hosting a financial aid night on October 15th at 6:30 p.m. for families of Juniors and Seniors. A representative from Northland College will be here to provide information and answer questions.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

A representative from St. Scholastica will be here on October 4th at 9:30 for any Junior/Senior students interested.

Scholarships

The Herb Kohl Educational Foundation is offering their prestigious award and scholarship to qualifying seniors. Visit www.kohleducation.org for requirements and information. Deadline is December 11th.

The Elks is offering their Most Valuable Student Scholarship. Seniors can apply online at www.enf.elks.org/mvs The deadline is November 5, 2019. Stop by the counseling office for a pamphlet with more information.

This scholarship is designed to help youth (and adults!) of the Chequamegon Bay area participate in outdoor educational programs through programs like Outward Bound, Wilderness Inquiry or Northland College.  The one-page application also includes a page of explanation of eligibility criteria and application processes.  Deadline to apply is October 1, 2019.  Please stop by the office for an application.

Lifeguard Certification
There is a lifeguarding certification coming up in October.  There is a cost for the course but if anyone is interested in lifeguarding for the Bayfield Rec Center they should email brittany@recreationandfitnessresources.org and we may be willing to waive the fee.  You have to be 15 to take the class but can't lifeguard until age 16 in Wisconsin.  Please see the office for more information.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!







Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

September 5, 2019

Counseling Office:
Any student interested in taking the PSAT this year, please stop by the counseling office to let Laurie or Mrs. Pufall know. Deadline is Tuesday, September 17th at 3:30 p.m.

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now applications for Spring Semester will be available on Friday, September 13th. Deadline for getting those completed applications to the counseling office is October 1st.

UW-Superior will be here September 11th from 10:30-11 a.m. for any 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

UMD will be here November 6th at 2:00 p.m. for 11th and 12th graders interested in speaking with them.

High School Tutor
Mr. Hay will be available starting September 10th.  He will be available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 - 4:30.

Picture Day - September 10th
Picture Day will take place on September 10th.  Sports pictures will be taken after school.  Parents can order pictures online at the following link:


Clay Trap Team
Anyone interested in participating in Clay Trap Club must be registered prior to September 10th, 2019 with the league.  Please stop in the office for more information.

This scholarship is designed to help youth (and adults!) of the Chequamegon Bay area participate in outdoor educational programs through programs like Outward Bound, Wilderness Inquiry or Northland College.  The one-page application also includes a page of explanation of eligibility criteria and application processes.  Deadline to apply is October 1, 2019.  Please stop by the office for an application.


Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!



Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year!

Orientation Day
Orientation Day for 7th Grade, Freshmen, new and exchange students will take place on Thursday, August 29th.  Below is the agenda for the day:

8:00 - 8:30 a.m.  
All students, parents (recommended), and staff report to the gymnasium

8:30 - 8:45 a.m.  
Students report to Homeroom Extended Learning Period (HELP) class to go over the schedule for the day.
Parents can receive a tour of the building.

8:45 - 11:00 a.m.  
Team building activity

11:20 - 12:00 p.m.  
Lunch at the school

12:05 - 12:20 p.m. 
Students will report to scheduled classes (modified times) starting with 1st period.

3:05 - 3:25 p.m.  
All students and staff report to the cafeteria for the Activities Fair, Ice Cream and T-Shirts

Picture Day - September 10th
Picture Day will take place on September 10th.  Sports pictures will be taken after school.  Parents can order pictures online at the following link:


Clay Trap Team
Anyone interested in participating in Clay Trap Club should attend the Mandatory Team Meeting on September 4th, 6 p.m. at WITC.  You MUST be registered prior to September 10th, 2019 with the league.

Board and Card Game Club
Anyone interested in playing board or card games should go to Mr. Coleman's room (124) after school on Thursdays. We have Exploding Kittens and many other games!