MAKE IT MATTER
ISSUE 3, VOLUME 1
FACULTY MEETING, MONDAY FEBRUARY 15TH
FBLA Students Succeed!
17 students competed in the FBLA Regional on Saturday. We are still waiting to hear all the results. One of the most impressive statistics of our extra curricular activities is the amount of students crossing over in many different areas. This is NOT as common in our conference. Thank you Ms. Davies for these opportunities and Ms. Saylor for assisting chaperoning.
Congratulations to Coach Gyllin, his staff, and student athletes on winning the SCC Championship on Friday evening in Westfield. We had a large following and our kids were up for the challenge.
An informational meeting for the Welding Academy will be held on Tuesday, February 16th in the high school commons.
FBLA Students Succeed!
Week of February Schedule - Mr. D
I will be out of the building several times this week. I will check email at the end of the day. Mr. Heesch and Officer Zobal are available. Please call me if there is an urgent matter.
Tuesday - State ACT Conference in Madison with Mr. Dahlke/ At Girls BB game here
Wednesday -- ACT Test Prep/Here until 11:00/ At Kalahari for State Principals Convention/ Back after school for Booster Club meeting
Thursday- State Principals Conference - Kalahari
Friday - State Principals Conference at Kalahari/ Fly to Baltimore to participate in Teach to Lead program/ A group of professionals will collaborate with Ms. Luke, Department of Education, Teach to Lead, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, ASCD, and teachers from around the country on individual projects for their perspective schools and State. The project we will be working on is growing a professional organization at the school level to promote the teaching profession.
The CDB program is now called the Intellectually Disabled program. The program now embeds more vocational training and transition. We hope to work with the City of Mauston in the Spring for different projects. The students assist Mr. Schultz with Commons duty as well as some of our projects we have consistently done over the years.
One new program for our students is Project Search. This opportunity for our students is seen in the video and includes alumni and our own A'la Southworth working at the Kalahari Resort in the Wisconsin Dells.