Jedlicka Middle School

Community Updates: February 4, 2022

Love is in the air!

Our Student Council will be selling "Valentine's Grams" (candy or a beverage with a note) before school on February 7 - 10, which will be delivered to recipients on February 14th. Each Gram will be $1 and 60% of proceeds will go to Animal Allies! The students are very excited about it.

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


6th Grade


7th Grade


8th Grade

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

Night to Shine

Night To Shine is hosting a "Shine Thru" event in Ugstad Circle on Feb 11 and volunteers are needed! For more information on the positions we need please check out this link https://signup.com/go/UxGJCFt

Mrs. Johnson: Staff Railstrong Winner


"8th grade science teacher~ Bree Johnson deserves a shout out. Why?


As a parent and educator, it is apparent that Mrs. Bree Johnson goes above and beyond for the benefit of her students.

At conferences in person, or via email, every single interaction radiates genuine respect for students and families. Emails are answered promptly and thoroughly; moreover, families feel welcomed! This happy, eager to connect attitude makes Mrs. Bree Johnson a teacher with a positive attitude and it shows up in her teaching style as well. My child comes home and says few words about school. But, one thing I do know is this…she feels respected and valued in 8th grade science. Thank you, Mrs. Bree Johnson, for creating a learning environment that nurtures safety and a sense of humor. Your dedication makes our family smile. "




Each week we recognize our student Railstrong winners. These are students who have been recognized by their teachers for going above and beyond. We are extending this area of our newsletter to our staff as well. This is a great opportunity to give a shout-out to a staff member who you've noticed making a difference. Simply send a quick email to our principal with some brief details. We will post the staff winners in an upcoming newsletter. Thank you!



CLICK HERE to email the principal

jkrasselt@proctor.k12.mn.us

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...


6th-Grade Winners

Chloe Twardowski

Ryan Fell

Jacob Beito

Savanna Verhel


7th-Grade Winners

Parke McDougall

Desirae Barnes

Logan Kosloski

Kylie MacDonald


8th-Grade Winners

Brennan Haagensen

Tridian Butler

Westin Rowe

Izi Stafford

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This box is filled with Railstron tickets every week of the school year.

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!

There was a lot of excitement in our classes this week. Our Seminar class had a sheriff speak to the class about careers in law enforcement, our STEAM class celebrated the Olympic games by building chair lift models, and our Concepts of Science class has been finalizing their recent experiments. There are certainly many more amazing things happening in all of our classes.


Have a great weekend!


Joe Krasselt

JMS Principal