The Viking View
Viking School Update
October 9th & 30th Early Dismissal at 1:30pm
Looking to Hire
Title I Parent Meeting, October 14th at 6:00pm in the Library
PTO Meeting, October 14th at 7:00pm in the library
School Is Cool
Monday, Oct. 21st, 1:30pm
The entertainer is not only great with the yoyo; he is also a successful and experienced communicator. He will take the students on a learning journey using the yoyo and other fun activities to communicate the importance of school.
For five days following the assembly, yoyos will be available for students to purchase. Viking School will receive a percent of the yoyo sales. More information will be coming home.
Picture Retakes on Thursday, October 24th at 10:30am
Block Walk and Neon Dance Party
Thank you parents!
A shout out to our PTO president Nicole Stennes for organizing this activity!
Statistics consistently show that schools are among the safest places to be due to the strong commitment of educators, families, and our community to our students and schools. We strive to be proactive rather than reactive.
Despite these proactive measures, there may be times when your student struggles socially, academically, or otherwise at school. There may be a time you/your student sees, hears, or is made aware of something that causes concern. In these circumstances, we would like you to remember the phrase, “See Something, Say Something.”
Please directly contact your student’s teacher, counselor, or administrator when a school-related concern arises that requires intervention or assistance. The phone number to our school office is 701-746-2300.
If there is a safety concern after school hours, on the weekend, or when school is not in session (ex: holiday break, summer break), contact the Grand Forks Police Department (GFPD) at 701-787-8000. To text an anonymous tip to the GFPD, text GFPD to 847-411.
If it is an immediate concern, call 911.
Please do not use social media (ex: Facebook, Instagram, etc.) as a forum to share these concerns. Individual privacy settings may inhibit emergency responders and school administrators from seeing these messages, making them unable to assist.
We care about each of our students and work hard each day to support their needs. Thank you for your efforts in keeping our students, employees, and community safe.
Jolyn S. Bergstrom, Principal