Spooner High School Update
December 7, 2015
Office Hours/Conferences on Thursday, December 10th
Freshman Retreat with Youth Frontiers
To give you a glimpse into the day, check out this brief video.
December Rails Recognition Rally
*Perfect Attendance for Term 1: Students who had perfect attendance were recognized for their commitment to being at school every day for the whole term. They were also placed in a drawing where the winners received a pass to get out of class three minutes early to get to the front of the lunch line.
*We recognized that 83% of our students did not receive an office referral for behavior in Term 1. Students who were a part of that percentage were placed in a drawing for the three minutes out of class to get to the front of the lunch line as well.
*New staff and students were recognized in a student-produced video, which will be highlighted next month for those not recognized this month.
*Two student leaders in FFA were recognized for being honored as "Key Award" recipients from Washburn County in addition to their leadership in that organization.
*Several teachers were given specific "Shout-outs' from the student body for their work and dedication.
*Mrs. Meyers was given special recognition for her planning and facilitating of Youth Frontiers retreats for our student body and staff. In addition, four teachers and upperclassmen student leaders were recognized for their extra effort in assisting with the retreat.
Our next Rails Recognition Rally will take place on Friday, January 8th!
December 8--"The Toll of Methamphetamine in Our Community" 7:00-9:00 p.m. Sponsored through Washburn County for Drug Endangered Children
December 9--ASVAB (Career Interest Inventory)--See Mrs. Meyers for more information
December 10--Office Hours 3:45-7:45 p.m.
December 14--Band Concert--Jingle Mingle after concert
December 15--American Red Cross Blood Drive at Spooner High School
December 21--Choir Concert--Jingle Mingle after concert
December 24-January 1st-No School (Resumes January 4th)