Jedlicka Middle School

Community Updates: March 4, 2022

Mask mandate ends on Monday

Beginning Monday, students and staff at JMS have a choice as to whether will wear a mask at school. Effective March 7th, JMS will move from masks "required" to "recommended".

Congratulations to Jedlicka Middle School students who recently participated in the Northeast Minnesota Regional Science Fair!

Harper Mistelske and Bryce Boeselagar earned a second place award in their category!

Toby Schunk earned a first place award in his category and is advancing to the Minnesota State Science and Engineering Fair!

Toby also earned the Yale Science & Engineering Award and the Broadcom MASTERS Top 10 Middle School Project Award.

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Our student council raised a lot of money for Animal Allies by selling Valentine's grams. Students had a blast meeting Gus and learning more about the work Animal Allies does. 

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Let's get to the point!

Mrs. Kane's class had a contest to see who could donate the most pencils. 4th hour was the big winner. They plan to share the pencils around the school. Thanks, everyone!
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Students were programming in STEAM today!

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STEM Discovery Day

7th-12th graders invited to spend the morning exploring STEM activities

Saturday March 19 @ 9am-12 pm

UMD campus

Free to-go bagged lunch after

Bussing from local schools available

https://scse.d.umn.edu/outreach/2022-stem-discovery


Registration required by March 14 (spaces are limited, so register now)

Sign up for TRACK!

Middle School Track:


Starts April 4th

Grades 7 and 8

Sign up through Community Ed - at this link: https://ph.ce.eleyo.com/course/1636/summer-2022/rails-middle-school-track-grades-7-8-boys-girls


Cost is $75 and includes a tee shirt that student keeps.


Practice will be from 3:00 -4:15


Meets are on Thursday. NO practice on Fridays.


Questions can be directed to me at: njohnson@proctor.k12.mn.us


Schedule is as follows (subject to change due to weather etc):


April 21st - @ Esko - 4 pm

April 28th - @ Cloquet - 4 pm

May 5th - @ Hermantown - 4 pm

May 12th - HOME - 4 pm

May 19th - @ Two Harbors - 4 pm

The Great Book Return

Our teachers have lent books to students throughout the year. Sometimes the books make it back, sometimes they don't. Would you please help us return any books that might be lost? Most of the books have a teacher's name on them. Thanks for looking!

Yearbook Information

Ordering and customizing your yearbook is quick and easy!


1. Go to www.treering.com/validate

2. Enter our school's passcode:

1014851882032824


Regular price: $17.00 + tax

Deadline: May 2


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Reading is a novel idea!

It’s a grade level Reading Competition between advisories

Start Date: Tuesday, February 22nd

End Date: Tuesday, March 15th

Prize: Top 2 advisories from each grade level get an hour of Recreational Time


Did you know that February is "I LOVE TO READ" month? Please encourage the kids to read at home throughout the month. Keep track of the pages read. The advisory in each grade level with the highest total wins the competition.

Parents Involved in Education Update

Our PIE group met last night to discuss a range of topics as well as to coordinate some fundraising ideas. We have some exciting ideas I hope to share with everyone soon. Until then, please let me know if you are interested in joining our PIE group.


jkrasselt@proctor.k12.mn.us

After-school Tutoring is Available

The kids are having a ton of fun in our after-school program! We provide food, transportation, and homework assistance for free. Click the button below for more information
Extended School Day

CLICK HERE to learn more about our after school tutoring opportunity

Check out the Learning Conversation Starters

The JMS teachers create helpful documents each week called Learning Conversation Starters. These one-page documents foreshadow the coming week for students and families. Click on the links below to get a broad understanding of what your child is learning. These are also posted on our school website.


Learning Conversation Starters

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Setting up Infinite Campus

Infinite Campus is a free program for families-- providing access to essential information about your child's academic progress. Common uses of Infinite Campus are to check on grades, missing assignments, review attendance, and receive notifications from the teachers.


Each child has a different activation key. This unique code is used to provide access to secure information such as academic performance and attendance. Enter your child's activation key into the system to gain access. CLICK HERE to enter this information.


Don't worry if you don't have an activation key. Simply CLICK HERE to create a new account

Railstrong Winners

Being Railstrong means:


...Always doing the right thing, even when no one is watching

...Representing yourself, your family, your school, and your community positively at all times.


Our Railstrong values are Respect, Attitude, Integrity, Learning, and Safety. Be sure to check out our archive of past winners. Learn more by viewing our Railstrong Standards.


The winners are...



  1. 6th Grade

    1. Leora Stangler

    2. Ezra Kaldor

    3. Hannah Dusek

    4. Bailey Asleson

  2. 7th Grade

    1. Marcus Jones

    2. Griffyn Wednchuk

    3. Eva Lillo

    4. Allison Arpke

  3. 8th Grade

    1. Brennan Haagensen

    2. Dylan Denzler

    3. Victoria Nelson

    4. Thor Forstrom

Help Wanted -- We Are Hiring

If you are interested in working at Proctor Public Schools, we welcome you to apply. We currently have job openings for bus drivers, paraprofessionals, LPN and RN nursing, food service positions, custodians, and substitute teachers and substitute paraprofessionals. If you are interested in a career or a part-time job helping students at Proctor Public Schools, please contact Lori Johnson in our District Office.

JMS Community Updates Archive

CLICK HERE to see previous JMS newsletters

Together, we are Jedlicka Middle School!

It was a great week. A highlight for me was our virtual assembly on Thursday. Our superintendent gave a guest presentation to the kids. Be sure to ask your student(s) what they thought. I am incredibly excited to see the faces of many of our students on Monday.


Have a great weekend and Go RAILS!


Joe Krasselt

JMS Principal