The Falcon Report
School District of Flambeau
Friday, December 18, 2015
From the District Administrator's Office
As we bring 2015 to a close, we are excited about what 2016 has to offer. There is no doubt the new year will bring new opportunities to us all. We look forward to seeing them.
May you all have a peaceful and joyous holiday season and join me to pause and give thanks for all we have and look forward to a very happy new year.
Merry Christmas from my family to yours.
-- Mr. Hanson
From the Elementary Principal's Office
During this holiday season our second grade classrooms participated in their annual Christmas event, “Pennies for Presents.” Students collected change for several weeks before bringing their donations to the bank to be counted. This year, over $600 was raised! On Wednesday, I was lucky enough to chaperone this event while students traveled to Care Partners and the Ladysmith Nursing Home to spread holiday cheer through singing Christmas carols and presenting every resident with a gift the students made. They did a fabulous job and the residents absolutely love visiting with each of them. After caroling, students shop for gifts with the money they raised and become little “Santas" for residents in nursing homes. What a great way to spread holiday cheer! I wish all of you a Merry Christmas and a very happy New Year!
Front Row l to r: Sawyer Tiegs, Tim Verdegan, Kyle Blackstock, Kaden White, Carter Heath, Levi Knowlton
Back Row l to r: Harlow Dean, Harper Dean, Bode Baker, Gabe Gerber, Cole Schley, Tayte Burmeister
Front Row l to r: Jonah vanDoorn, Ava Hughes, Sarah Allard, Megan vanDoorn, Ryan Mohr
Back Row l to r: Matt Roach, Jeffrey Kern, Kyle Stone, Christy Zimmer, Avery Evans, Angelina Turner, Kenzie Scott, Carissa Verdegan
From the Middle School/High School Principal's Office
Wishing each and every one of you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
From The Athletic Director's Office
I'm seeing a lot of positives in all aspects of school life currently. Academically, students have really been making use of the study table sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays. In fact some of the athletes have chosen to split practice and study time on those nights just to stay current with their assignments. A HUGE thanks goes out to Ms Felland and Mr. Schultz for making this a positive and rewarding experience.
Our athletic seasons have transitioned from fall to winter and basketball and wrestling all have better numbers and are doing great things on and off the floor/mat. You may have seen junior high cheerleaders at our junior high boys basketball games. Thanks goes out to Mrs. Linse and the cheer team for bringing some spirit to the games. The boys regular season is over for now and the girls will be starting after Christmas break. Good Luck and Congratulations!
Everyone have a very blessed Christmas!