March 18, 2019


Top 10 by 2020

  1. Academic Achievement
  2. Student Climate
  3. Adult Culture

Together we can achieve anything.

Something to Consider

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Shoutouts & Celebrations

thank you for your outstanding effort, kindness, excellence, and selflessness.

  • Logan Kimberly, Chris Buckel, Lori Cress, & Vicki Dresang-Talapa: Thank you for helping me get my students who need to make up work in to do so when I am not there during WIN time. It really helps me and is greatly appreciated.
  • Math Department: Thanks again for greeting in the mornings this week!
  • Ty Ketz: Thank you for stepping up when asked to 1-to-1 chaperone at the MOA. Just know you were chosen because of who you are and the rapport you have established with that student. Thank you for genuinely looking out for that student's best interest with a GREAT attitude! You are appreciated!
  • Bill Emery: Thank you for being you. You inspired one of our students who is never comfortable away from home without parents WANT to go on the winter camping trip! The student is excited and is exploring more in spite of mental health issues. What a huge accomplishment that you pioneered! Thank you!
  • Jeff Fern: You are appreciated, always. You can multi-task with the best of them!
  • Tracy Klein: Thank you for organizing, fielding our concerns, and handling ACT with a smile on your face! You make it easier!
  • Jeff Fern & Tracy Klein: Rocked ACT
  • Jason Koele & Kurt Soderberg: These two guys care, and I appreciate their extended support.
  • Jerry Wold & Jason Koele: For not killing me after my attempt to install a pool in the Aux gym.
  • Jerry Wold: For working his tail off fixing pool in the Aux gym.
  • Duane Jourdeans & Emily Timmers: For taking the time to proofread and edit my article for the Point After Bulletin.....who knew commas and verb tense was so important?!
  • Zach Turpin (2 recognitions): For being an amazing basketball coach and mentor to numerous student-athletes throughout the years. Teaching students about life lessons and character beyond basketball knowledge isn't something you find in every coach. For his hard work and leadership with the basketball program, and for a successful season
  • Hali Tasler: Always being prepared and having great communication for Int Alg! This is an easy class to team teach with you!
  • Jeff Fern, Tracy Klein, Chris Deno, Steph Posta: All their hard work to prepare for the ACT and fun day (twice)!
  • Girls Golf Team: The girls took 3rd place for Girls Golf Team Academic All-State in D2! This shows how dedicated they are in the classroom as well as on the course! This is their second consecutive top-3 finish for this team accomplishment. Please feel free to congratulate them if you see them (Brooklyn Mishler, Hanna Wehausen, Parker Chladek, Hannah Schwechler, and Sally Vangsness)
  • Kamen Flanders: Always taking the extra time to help me with my technology related questions.
  • Ty Ketz: Way to roll with it!
  • CTE PLC (2 Recognitions): Working together to develop a stronger purpose. Successfully hitting the reset button - on the road to being highly effective.
  • Counseling Office: Organized two chaotic testing days (multiple times) like the pros they are.
  • Amanda Arnold: Helped me solve a testing location problem
  • Courtney Hawkins (2 Recognitions): Thank you for feeding the counseling office with a great breakfast after our testing week was over. So thoughtful! Delivered caramel roles to the starving staff members in the counseling office.
  • Tammy Simonson: For being flexible feeding our students during the ACT and WorkKeys.
  • All Staff: Thank you for helping with testing and moving around the building to accommodate our various testing needs...even if it involved odd rooms with our virtual kids!
  • Chris Deno: For staying late and assisting with ACT and WorkKeys testing. If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't have a job.
  • Chris Deno, Tracey Klein, & Jeff Fern: Taking a full day to work on the 2019-20 schedule.

You all ROCK!

Schedule for the Week

Morning Greeters This Week: ELA

Monday, March 18th - Presentation SCHEDULE

11:00 am - 2:30 pm - Middle School (Chelstrom)

12:50 pm - 2:00 pm - Terrence Talley Presentation (Auditorium)

2:30 pm - 8:00 pm - FFA at Ellsworth (Rozeboom)

3:00 pm - 8:00 pm - Forensics - Viking MS (Jourdeans)

7:00pm - School Board Meeting

Tuesday, March 19th

7:30 am - 7:55 am - BLT Meeting

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - IDS Vocational (Chelstrom)

Wednesday, March 20th - Morning Meeting Schedule

7:30 am - 8:15 am - PLC Meetings

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - IDS Vocational (Chelstrom)

Thursday, March 21st - ROCK YOUR SOCKS DAY

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Vocational Field Trip (Chelstrom)

Friday, March 22nd - BEACH DRESS UP DAY

7:30 am - 8:05 am - PBIS Meeting

8:15 am - 10:45 am - HSLT Meeting

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Vocational Field Trip (Chelstrom)

2018-19 Goals Summary

This document is a summary of our 2018-19 building goals. These goals represent the work of HSLT, BLT, and PBIS aligned to district priorities. If you'd like to see the detailed version please contact Kurt.