Humboldt Weekly Newsletter

October 17, 2021

From: Front Office


Parents and students, please remember that this week is MEA. There is NO SCHOOL this Thursday and Friday October 21-22.

Please also add TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd to your calendar, we will not be in the building. This is still a learning day but it will be ONLINE as we will have community members in the building to vote all day. This is a school day with assignments but teachers will add them to Schoology and kids will work from home.

Family Resources

Notes from the Nurse

Hello Hawks! A little over a week ago our health office sent home notices to families if their student/s were not compliant with shots. This means your child is missing one or more required vaccination. For the required vaccinations, you have until 10/27 to get these taken care of before the students will not be allowed to re-enter school. These are regular vaccinations that they receive throughout their schooling, NOT COVID-19 related. Below are some locations where you can get the vaccinations taken care of for free or a sliding fee. Please also see the list of locations in the attachment below.

Please call Ms. Lena with questions, 651-888-7637.

1. Student Placement center 651-632-3763 call for appointments

2.Health Start clinic here at Humboldt. Need To be signed up with Health Start and given Vaccine Administration consent form

3.Provider or primary DR office

4.Target clinic

5.CVS clinic

6.Walgreen's clinic

  1. Appt are filling up fast, the sooner the appt the better!
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Nutrition Services Update

Last week we explained that all students must have their iUpdate portal completed and this includes the Free and Reduced Meal Application "FRAM". Currently ALL of our students are receiving FREE lunch but filling out the form is still a requirement. Our school is at risk of losing this invaluable service if we cannot get the forms filled out. PLEASE take the time to update your student's portal and make sure you have filled out the form for this year.

Updating your information in iUpdate will ensure that you receive proper services, eligible transportation and important communications by U.S. mail, phone, email or text. Families will receive phone calls and text message reminders to complete iUpdate. One parent or guardian from each primary household is expected to complete iUpdate. If your phone, email or address have changed you can login and update this information from your home phone or computer. If you need assistance or just want to update personal information feel free to contact our office and we will gladly assist you. We want to make sure as parents and family members you are getting all of our communications and you know what's happening in school.

If you prefer a paper version, it is available below and can be printed. If you cannot print at home, we can make this available and your student can request it.

Parent Teacher Organization and Site Council

Humboldt PTO will be holding a special meeting tomorrow to discuss FUNDRAISING and ways to grow our parent support. Currently PTO is responsible for the majority of the fundraising and materials that are used for our Senior All-Night event. There are many generous companies that have helped in the past but we have been unable to hold the event for TWO years due to covid and donors have not reached out to us. WE NEED YOUR HELP. Humboldt is seeking more parents, especially SENIOR parents that want to help us for the remainder of the year to prepare for this party.

We will discuss ideas and make a plan of action. If you know of any businesses that would like to donate or you have a business that is able to help us, please let us know as soon as possible. We are open to any ideas and would like to hear from all of you! Please join us tomorrow, Monday October 18th at 6PM. Let's work to give our school and seniors THE BEST.


Monday, Oct. 18th, 6-7pm

30 Baker Street East

Saint Paul, MN

SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL AND SENIORS! Parent discussion about fundraising and volunteers to help prepare for the event.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Overheard at Humboldt

MERCH NEWS- Student Newspaper(online)

Fall 2021 Humboldt High School Student Newspaper

Issue One/Volume Two

Introducing Merch News. This is an online news and information source fully produced by students. We are so happy to be able to share this with you and see what some of our talented students are up to. Follow them this year at;


FLIPSIDE is now underway and kids and staff are so excited to be gathering in-person, after school. Below are a few updates. This program is still unable to offer transportation, so if your student is participating they must have a ride or be picked up. Questions contact Ms. Rogalla
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College and Career Readiness

Counseling Office, TRIO

We still have some great opportunities available for juniors and seniors as they prepare for their adventures after Humboldt. Contact TRIO for free tutoring and help with applications. Also. make sure you and your students are checking in with their counselors about credits and to make sure they are on track. Below are a few links for preparing for college and applying.

FAFSA Opened Oct. 1

The 2022–23 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) launched Oct. 1 at 11:59 p.m. ET. New and returning students who plan to attend college between July 1, 2022, and June 30, 2023, should complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. To assist students and parents in the process, the U.S. Department of Education’s (Department’s) Federal Student Aid office has been sharing tips @FAFSA, including “7 Things You Need Before Filling Out the FAFSA Form” and “8 Steps to Completing the FAFSA Form.”

FAFSA® Bootcamp

On Oct. 19 and 21, Federal Student Aid will host a free Federal Financial Aid Virtual Bootcamp. The bootcamp provides the ideal opportunity for students, parents, school counselors, college access professionals, college and career coaches, and other members of the financial aid community to ask questions . Attendees will learn about resources to help navigate through the FAFSA® and financial aid process, how to avoid student scams, and student loan repayment options, including information to help prepare for return to repayment as the forbearance period comes to an end.

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Bullying Prevention Month

Stop Bullying!

Parents, teachers, administrators, school staff, and other adults in the community can help students prevent bullying by calling awareness to it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy. The Stop Bullying webpage has prevention strategies and resources to assist adults with identifying and preventing all types of bullying and help children with developing resilience.

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Cross Country

This week our runner's had one of their final meets at Pike Island at Fort Snelling Park. The team was the highlight this week for Asst. AD Pucci's sports write-up. You can read about our runners and coach Luna by clicking then link below!

H Town!

Humboldt Football has experienced some growing pains over the last few years but it's safe to say, the PATIENCE and hard work paid off! This year our Hawks merged with Harding whose program was also struggling to have enough players and we combined to create the emerging powerhouse that is H TOWN and affectionately known by players and school staff as KnightHawks! Although the name is not "Official" it's what the team refers to themself as and it's a symbol of a great combination of two great programs. They will play their last home game this week at home, Bakken Field. Click below to see a great piece about the teams coming together.


There's still a few chances to come out and support the Lady Hawks volleyball teams! Both JV and Varsity will play at home tomorrow, Monday the 18th vs. Central. They will have their final conference match at Johnson Wednesday the 20th. Let's cheer on the ladies before their season ends!


Girls-The girls had their final game last Thursday losing a tough sections match against a very powerful SPA team. Our ladies kept them on their toes and played their hearts out. Congrats ladies on a great season with two Inaugural events under your belts; Community Cup and Mayor's Cup at Allianz. We are so proud of you!

Boys-Keeping their exciting season rolling after their shootout win at Allianz(Mayor's Cup) the boys won their first two games of section play this week beating Minnehaha Academy 2-0 Thursday and Trinity 4-0 this weekend! They need your support this week as they take on SPA(at Richfield) this Tuesday the 19th at 7pm. Please come out and support our boys as they make a final bid for STATE!! If you're planning on attending Tuesday, cost of admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.

Adapted CI/PI are both underway having started at the end of September the teams are looking good in conference play and still have about 4-5 games left in their seasons. Please check for their schedules.


Swimming heads into the Twin Cities meets this week after a 3-3 season. Swimmers from Humboldt and Wash make up the squad and combine this week to move on before their section competitions. Follow Humboldt's athletic page for location of this weeks meets.

Contact us


Mr. Abdi


Counseling Office:
(651) 744-2170

Athletic Office:
(651) 744-5640

School Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Attendance Specialist:

Judy Moore


Family Liaison/Project Coordinator:

Dulce Meza

(651)744-4740 or email