Upcoming Events

Dec
01
Friday, December 1, 2017 - 16:30

Dec
07
Thursday, December 7, 2017 - 19:00

Announcements

Please make sure students come to school dressed appropriately for the weather:  winter coats, snow pants, boots, hats, scarves, and gloves or mittens. Bus students should wear winter weather gear also.  Students and staff that drive, remember to have a winter weather survival kit, a shovel and winter weather gear in your vehicle.

Here are some winter safety tips from the National Weather Service:

Staff Day

Student Council Lock-In 8:00 pm - 6:00 am

State Volleyball Tournament in Rapid City

State Volleyball Tournament in Rapid City

ECC History Day has been postponed to a later day

Second Quarter Mid-term

No NTHS

School will dismiss at 12:30 pm

No OST

No School

No NTHS

Thanksgiving

No NTHS

No Staff Day

GBB and BBB practice starts

"Facing the Dragon" presentation in Wilmot for grades 7-12 at 1:30 pm

School is in session

Title Movie Night, showing Beauty and the Beast, in the gym at 6:30 pm

State Oral Interp in Aberdeen

7/8 GBB Tournament in Groton

State Oral Interp in Aberdeen

7/8 GBB in Langford at 6:00 pm

PK-12th grade Christmas Concert in the school gym  at 7:00 pm

Staff Day

GBB and BBB Doubleheader with Tri-State in Summit starting at 4:00 pm with JV girls, JV boys, Varsity girls, ending with Varsity boys

Powerlifting meet at Sioux Falls Lincoln High School

Firemen’s Santa Night and Bingo

 

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