Stilwell Monday Message

Weekly Student and Family Communication

Monday - 11/16/2020

Good Morning Stilwell students and families,


Today starts our first day where everyone is in required continuous learning. Though we all may be in different spaces we are still a Stilwell community and want to partner with you and your student. Please do not hesitate to reach out to your student's teachers.


Below you will find some exciting news about Tigers of the Month as well as information for each team and elective courses with a learning preview for the week. Please remember that while in continuous online learning we are unable to hold practice for extra-curricular activities. We will also be pausing on checking out school library books to online families.


Take care and we look forward to seeing you virtually for the time being. Go Tigers!!


Erica Whittle - Principal

TIGERS OF THE MONTH

Every month each team selects two in-person students and one online student to be honored as their TIger of the Month. The following students were not only selected by their team of teachers as exceptional students inside the classroom but were also selected by their team of peers as their team's Tiger of the Month. For the moths of September and October the two cornerstones teachers were focusing on were: Student always works to do their best and the student does the right thing. The Stilwell Student Council and Faculty would like to give a BIG shout-out to the following students.


  • T-Team: Nicholas Buzzell and Emma Klatt
  • I-Team: Holly Fess and Cooper Quinn
  • G-Team: Jon Owen and Camryn Thomas
  • E-Team: Kellen Hove and Owen Borgstadt
  • R-Team: Charlee Dejong and Nicole Nugent
  • S-Team: Sophia Molina and Miquel Collin-Jones

PTO Meeting

Tuesday, Nov. 17th, 12pm

This is an online event.

Please join us for a zoom meeting by clicking HERE


The passcode to enter is tigers

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Stilwell Student Handbook 20-21

Throughout this year you may have questions, need clarifications, or might need to see who you can turn to for help. Please start with the Junior High Schools Handbook.