RWHS Student Newsletter
This week at RWHS...
Monday, May 16:
- 10-12th grade band concert, 7:30pm, Hovda Hall
Tuesday, May 17:
- #Team Nemanich Tuesday
- Winger Study (Vikdal)
- Happy Birthday Leeanne Anderson!
- US Navy in cafe during lunches
Wednesday, May 18:
- NO 9-12 advisory
- US Marines in cafe during lunches
- Jazz in the Park at 5:30pm, Central Park
Thursday, May 19:
- Winger Study (Vikdal)
- Spring Play, 7pm
Friday, May 20:
- Hispanic Graduation Celebration, 2pm
- Spring Play, 7pm
- Spring Play, Saturday at 2pm and 7pm
- Happy Birthday Sunday to Mrs. Bray, Mrs. Hanten and Mr. Wendland!
Jazz in the Park on Wednesday!
Join us at Central Park at 5:30pm (note the time change) on Wednesday, May 18th for a night of Jazz in the Park with RWHS musicians!
The program will feature the following musical ensembles;
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy an evening of music in the park.
In the case of inclement weather, the concert will happen indoors at Hovda Hall.
RWHS SPRING PLAY!
You are cordially invited to the Red Wing High School Theatre's production of Fools, a comic fable by Neil Simon. The play is about a Russian town that has been cursed with chronic stupidity for 200 years. A school teacher has come to town and he has only 24 hours to break the curse. Will the curse be broken in time or will Sophia be forced to marry Count Gregor?
Come and enjoy this very funny production in the high school Little Theatre.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday May 19-21 at 7:00 pm
Matinee performance on Saturday May 21 at 2:00 pm
Tickets: Students $3
PROM THANK YOU
Thank you to our Prom Crew '22 and staff advisors Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Hanten for coordinating an amazing prom event! Thanks to all of the students who attended and behaved with Winger Pride. It was a wonderful day and evening!
Student to-do list:
1. Ensure that you know the late work deadline for all of your teachers.
2. Keep checking StudentVUE for accuracy. Communicate with your teachers if you have concerns regarding your grades.
3. Make a plan to complete any missing work promptly. Make arrangements with teachers if you need assistance or need materials to complete your work.
4. Ensure that you know what (and when) your final will be for each class so you can be prepared.
5. Return IMC materials that you no longer need.
-Derek Tembreull: For giving it your all in environmental chem! You are almost at the finish line! -Ms. Maki
-Congrats to my AP Studio Art students for completing their portfolios! You have worked incredibly hard this year, built a beautiful art community and created phenomonal artworks that share your vision and voice. I'm so proud of you! -Bray
-Laynee, Jordan, Alexis, Emily, Isabella, Heaven, Makayla, Kayleigh and Itzely: Adulting is hard! Thanks these ladies for being in class and giving our guest your undivided attention! -Kiecker
-Jacob Dunlap has shown strong leadership, by encouraging, and helping others to complete projects. -Mrs. Simonson
-Eva Wardle comes to class everyday prepared with a positive attitude and ready to learn. They have been a joy to have in Health Class this quarter! -Mr. Arreguin
-Collin Woodcock: A scholar-athlete! -Mr. B
-Rhowan Smith: Thanks for being a champ and helping out the FACS Department with anything and everything that comes up! -Kiecker
-Miriam Jackson, Colton Auge, Andrew Gerdes, Jaylen Hoffman, Aiden Flueger, Jocelyn Finne, Owen Rose, Finley Kamps, Isabelle Shimek, Kendle Young: Earning a trophy for 4th place during the Junior High Math League season! -Mrs. Mikkelson
-Brisy Silvano de la Crus: Proud of you for all your hard work in environmental chem! You're almost finished! -Ms. Maki
- Isabella, Gabby, Bri & Jake: Great job earning your OSHA training and receiving your certification card this week! Way to pump up your resume! -Kiecker
-Timara Short Bull is an impressive young scholar and singer. It's a delight having her in class. -Mr. B
-Prom committee: For working so hard to put on a beautiful prom! -Kiecker
-Congratulations to all Mr. Winger candidates for an amazing pageant! Shout-out to Mr. Congeniality, Matthew Steffenhagen, to Runner-Up Max Hanson and to our 2022 Mr. Winger, Ben Yoemans! Thanks to everyone who made this fun event possible, especially our Student Council!
SENIOR FINAL TRANSCRIPTS!
t's that time of year when you request your final transcripts be sent to any college or job that requires it. You have been sent two emails from the counseling department with printed and video instructions for requesting this free transcript through the new Parchment Transcript Service. The link is provided in your email. If you forget to do this, you will have to pay for it after July 1, so add this important step to your To-Do List! Make sure you choose HOLD FOR GRADES from the drop-down list.
Tina W Grinager, High School Registrar
GRADUATION ARTWORK NEEDED!
Please consider submitting artwork for the 2022 GRADUATION COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM and/or the 2022 SENIOR BREAKFAST (this takes place the morning of graduation for your class). If you want to see past examples, I have them in my room, but really anything 2D is eligible. The administration generally prefers the use of limited colors due to printing costs, and portrait layout is typically preferred as well.
Please consider submitting work!
Submissions are due to Mrs. Bray by Wednesday, May 18.
Red Wing teacher says goodbye to his career with a daily auction of neckties
RED WING - Recently, social studies teacher Scott Bender has been taking off his tie at the end of the day and leaving it at school rather than taking it home like he normally would. That way, it can be picked up by whoever was fortunate enough to win the day's round of online bidding.
Tuesdays and Thursday: Winger Study
ALL students are invited and welcomed to attend to get extra work time and support in their studies. Students do not need an appointment to attend but are encouraged to communicate with their teachers if they need materials, help or tests to work on during this time. All students will need to have their own transportation home from Winger Study.
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:50pm-4:45pm
7 and 8th Grade in Lower H pod: Mrs. Vikdal
Language arts and Social studies in Lower J pod:
Math and Science in Upper H pod:
Other subject areas can be addressed in all areas as well.
SEA program (Student Education Adventures): Spring Lifetime Hobbies course
4 RWHS students have been participating in some outdoor educational opportunities along with other schools in our county. Here are a few recent photos of our students hiking He Mni Can and kayaking in Bay City.
IMC due dates
All library materials checked out that are part of the library collection and also that were ordered through SELCO have the following due dates for the end of the year. This is dictated by SELCO and we can not change these dates. You can also return the books to the Red WIng Public Library at 225 East Ave.
Monday, May 2--last day for holds (books that are requested from other libraries).
Friday, May 20--Final due date for all books that have barcodes similar to those in the picture all beginning with 01073########.
Curriculum textbooks and novels:
Wednesday, May 25th Curriculum and class sets of novels are due back unless you need them for your coursework. You may bring back materials you do not need anytime and do not need to wait until the due date. Barcodes begin with 02562######.
Starting Thursday, May 26 we will be asking classes to start returning materials that have not been returned. A schedule of this will be coming out in May.
Opportunities for students!
Sister Cities International has made an opportunity for students to come together virtually for a Youth Leadership Summit. Anyone can apply to attend.
Find out more about YLS 2022 here: https://sistercities.org/yls/yls-2022
Important COVID information
A friendly reminder from Nurse Vikki to stay home if you are experiencing ANY illness! It takes the help of everyone to slow the spread of all illnesses and keep each other safe and healthy!
Please access the Red Wing Public Schools District COVID page if you need more information about our Covid protocols.
Please leave a message with your child's name, symptoms and the date the symptoms started, along with your name and phone number. If our nurse needs more information she will reach out to you.
Community Ed. classes and jobs for teens!
Red Wing Community Education and Recreation
Acting Workshop, Ages 8-15
Improv Workshop, Ages 10-15
Advanced Woodworking Day Camp (She/They), Ages 12-16
Sliced Junior Cooking Competition, Gr. 7-8
SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS
Track and Field, Basketball, Volleyball, Tennis, Soccer, Hockey, Baseball
For more information on these classes or for a full list of classes go to www.rwps.org or scan the QR code
Red Wing Water Park
Kids Junction Staff
Red Wing Community Recreation
For more information email us at email@example.com or stop by our office in the lower JPod to grab an application.
Our last five-day week at RWHS this year...
Monday, May 23
Tuesday, May 24
- Winger Study
- 6-7th grade band concert, 7pm
Wednesday, May 25
- Native American Graduation Celebration, 5-7pm
- Senior Awards, 7pm
Thursday, May 26
- Red Wing hosts BIG 9 Track and Field meet
Friday, May 27
- Activity Grade Check
- SOAR Rally
- Saturday & Sunday: Prairie Island Indian Community Wacipi (Pow Wow)
- No School Monday (Memorial Day)
- Monday =Community Memorial Day program at Bay Point (band/ovation play)
Our last days at RWHS for the year!
May 30: Memorial Day, No School for students or staff
May 30: Community Memorial Day program at Bay Point (band/ovation play)
June 2: Last day of school for students
June 2: Senior parade after school
June 3: Senior breakfast and rehearsal, 9-11am
June 3: Class of 2022 Graduation, 7pm at RWHS