Archive for Lester Prairie

Paper drive to start at Bethel Lutheran

SPONSORED POST. Bethel Lutheran Church will conduct a paper drive Thursday, March 30 through Monday, April 10. Bring paper, catalogs, phone books, cereal boxes, and cardboard to the trailer in the church parking lot.

Bergen Township discusses trail, meeting location

BERGEN TOWNSHIP, MN – Due to technical challenges, the story about Bergen Township’s recent annual meeting did not appear in the March 20 issue of Herald Journal. It will be published in the March 27 issue. Items discussed included the Dakota Rail Regional Trail, and moving regular township meetings from the town hall to Lester Prairie City Hall.

Winstock Rumble scheduled at the Blue Note April 7

Winsted’s Blue Note Bar and Restaurant is hosting a Winstock Rumble on Friday, April 7 from 8 pm – 1 am.

2 Hicks and a Chick and DiamondBack are on the musical docket for the evening.

K102 plans to give away Winstock tickets at the event.

The Blue Note is located at 320 3rd St. South in Winsted.  Find the town water tower, and you’ll also find the Blue Note!

For further details, call (320) 485-9698, or visit The Blue Note.

Lester Prairie School Board to open negotiations

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN – One item on the agenda for the Monday, March 20 Lester Prairie School Board meeting is to open negotiations with the Lester Prairie Education Association for the 2017-19 school years.

The meeting will start at 5:45 p.m. in the school media center. Look for coverage in the Monday, March 27 edition of the Herald Journal.

HLWW Friday bulletin

Watch out for the Leprechauns today!

Paper Drive Fundraiser: ​The Class of 2018 would like to thank you for all your support and help with the paper drive. The semi-trailers are getting filled, which is great. We would like to remind you this is the last weekend of the paper drive so please donate your paper, cardboard, newspaper, paper feed bags, phone books and other paper items and put them in the semi trailers in the High School parking lot. Thanks again for your support.

March ​is National Sleep Awareness Month. Why is sleep important? Lack of sleep is linked to many health problems including heart and kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, being overweight and depression. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that drowsy driving is the cause of at least 100,000 car crashes each year! How can you avoid this? Get at least 7 – 9 hours per night. Would you like some tips? Go to www.sleep.org.

GOLF:​ We are having our practice in Mr. Baumann’s room on March 20 after school with kids doing concussion baselines if they haven’t yet and going over handbooks/rules etc. You need to make sure you’re registered, paid and have your physical up to date.  Please check with Kayti in the HS Activities Office before Monday if you’re not sure if you have or have not taken care of this.

BASEBALL:​ Starts MONDAY!  You need to make sure you’re registered, paid and have your physical up to date.  Please check with Kayti in the HS Activities Office before Monday if you’re not sure if you have or have not taken care of this.

Help support the HLWW Class of 2018: ​Buffalo Wild Wings in Hutchinson will be donating 15% on any food order to the HLWW Class of 2018 on Tuesday, March 21 from 11am-9pm. Please advise the server that you are there for the HLWW Class of 2018 when placing an order in the restaurant or taking out your order. Thank you for your support.

Behr’s Story: Behr is a 4 year old community member who has a rare and extreme case of epilepsy called Lennox Gastaut Syndrome. He has multiple seizures every day and his family is working with both MN Epilepsy Group and Mayo Clinic and have came to a conclusion that a service dog could do wonders for him and his family. How YOU can Help:  Bring in gently used shoes during the week of March 13 to March 23. We are collecting used (or new) shoes, boots, sandals, dress shoes in any size, color, gender. Shoes collected will be weighed and profit will be given to his family to purchase the service dog.  There will be collection boxes located in the High School, Middle School, both Waverly and Winsted Elementary Schools​, and in local businesses including: Dairy Queen in Cokato, Dassel Covenant Church, St Mary’s Church in Waverly, during weekend mass hours, and the Howard Lake Muni. Thank YOU!

WE NEED YOU!​ HLWW Student Council is on the lookout for leaders within our high school who are looking to make a change. Students from 9th-11th grade who are interested in joining will be able to pick up an application from Stephanie Dailey or Seena Glessing. Applications can be filled out from March 6 to March 21; applications are due and must be turned in on March 22 to either Mrs. Glessing or Mrs. Dailey.

HEALTH OFFICE:​ Everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship. Remember, love has many definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them. If someone you know has a question about a relationship, healthy or unhealthy, visit www.loveisrespect.org or text, “loveis” to 22522. Locally, you can call McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence in Hutchinson at 320-234-7933. If you have questions, visit Nurse Jolie in the Health Office.

DRIVERS EDUCATION:​ Spring session driver education will begin Monday, April 3 at 6 pm. There is room for additional students. Registration forms are available in the High School office, Community Education office or on the school website click on Community Education then Youth Activities.

PARKING: ​Students- Reminder that the Activity Center/Comm Ed Parking lot is ONLY for Staff and Comm Ed, not for you.

WINTER SURVEY: ​For all those in that are or were in a Winter Activity, please check your email, there is a Winter Survey that needs to be filled out. Also, please direct your parents to the HLWW FB page to fill out the Parent Survey as well.

PAPER DRIVE: ​The Junior class will be having a paper drive for a fundraiser for Prom. Please bring your newspaper, magazines, junk mail, phone books, folding curtains, cardboard, and paper feed bags to the semi trailer in the High School Parking lot. The Paper drive will run from March 6 – 20. Please contact Annette Hystad at ahystad@hlww.k12.mn.us or Kristi Main at kmain@hlww.k12.mn.us if you would like to donate or have questions. Thank you for your support.

Seniors: ​ Local scholarship forms are now available to pick up in the Guidance Office. Please pay attention to the due dates as NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

BLEACHER SEATS: ​The HLWW High School Volleyball team is selling bleacher seats. These seats are great for basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, and softball games, wrestling matches, gymnastics and track meets. Please contact Brooke Decker decker@hlww.k12.mn.us or Kelsi Hogg khogg@hlww.k12.mn.us if interested.

HLWW March 15 bulletin

DEADLINE FOR YEARBOOK IS TODAY!. If any one tries to order after today, you will be unable to get a book!

The Laker Speech Team competed at Kimball last Saturday against over twenty other schools. Students needed to place first or second in each of their rounds in order to have a guaranteed spot in finals–tough competition! We had several students narrowly miss finals who received honorable mention certificates: Nichole Flores, Sadaf Nassiri, Stephanie Nowak, and KaDetra Smith. Hannah Paulson broke into Drama finals and placed second overall. Congratulations! This upcoming Saturday, the team will travel to New London-Spicer.

GOLF: We are having our practice in Mr. Baumann’s room on March 20 after school with kids doing concussion baselines if they haven’t yet and going over handbooks/rules etc. You need to make sure you’re registered, paid and have your physical up to date. – Please check with Kayti in the HS Activities Office before Monday if you’re not sure if you have or have not taken care of this.

BASEBALL: Starts MONDAY! You need to make sure you’re registered, paid and have your physical up to date. – Please check with Kayti in the HS Activities Office before Monday if you’re not sure if you have or have not taken care of this.

Help support the HLWW Class of 2018: Buffalo Wild Wings in Hutchinson will be donating 15% on any food order to the HLWW Class of 2018 on Tuesday, March 21 from 11am-9pm. Please advise the server that you are there for the HLWW Class of 2018 when placing an order in the restaurant or taking out your order. Thank you for your support.

Behr’s Story:
Behr is a 4 year old community member who has a rare and extreme case of epilepsy called Lennox Gastaut Syndrome. He has multiple seizures every day and his family is working with both MN Epilepsy Group and Mayo Clinic and have came to a conclusion that a service dog could do wonders for him and his family.
How YOU can Help:
Bring in gently used Shoes during the week of March 13th to March 23rd. We are collecting used (or new) shoes, boots, sandals, dress shoes in any size, color, gender. Shoes collected will be weighed and profit will be given to his family to purchase the service dog.
There will be collection boxes located in the High School, Middle School, both Waverly and Winsted Elementary Schools, and in local businesses including: Dairy Queen in Cokato, Dassel Covenant Church, St Mary’s Church in Waverly, during weekend mass hours, and the Howard Lake Muni.
Thank YOU!

WE NEED YOU! HLWW Student Council is on the lookout for leaders within our high school who are looking to make a change. Students from 9th-11th grade who are interested in joining will be able to pick up an application from Stephanie Dailey or Seena Glessing. Applications can be filled out from March 6 to 21, applications are due and must be turned in on March 22 to either Mrs. Glessing or Mrs. Dailey.

HEALTH OFFICE: Everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship. Remember, love has many definitions, but abuse isn’t one of them. If someone you know has a question about a relationship, healthy or unhealthy, visit www.loveisrespect.org or text, “loveis” to 22522. Locally, you can call McLeod Alliance for Victims of Domestic Violence in Hutchinson at 320-234-7933. If you have questions, visit Nurse Jolie in the Health Office.

DRIVERS EDUCATION: Spring session driver education will begin Monday, April 3 at 6 pm. There is room for additional students. Registration forms are available in the High School office, Community Education office or on the school website click on Community Education then Youth Activities.

PARKING: Students- Reminder that the Activity Center/Comm Ed Parking lot is ONLY for Staff and Comm ed, not for you. =)

WINTER SURVEY: For all those in that are or were in a Winter Activity, please check your email, there is a Winter Survey that needs to be filled out. Also, please direct your parents to the HLWW FB page to fill out the Parent Survey as well.

PAPER DRIVE: The Junior class will be having a paper drive for a fundraiser for Prom. Please bring your newspaper, magazines, junk mail, phone books, folding curtains, cardboard, and paper feed bags to the semi trailer in the High School Parking lot. The Paper drive will run from March 6 – 20th. Please contact Annette Hystad at ahystad@hlww.k12.mn.us or Kristi Main at kmain@hlww.k12.mn.us if you would like to donate or have questions. Thank you for your support.

Seniors: Local Scholarship forms are now available to pick up in the Guidance Office. Please pay attention to the due dates as NO LATE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

BASEBALL: Open Gym Sundays 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. at Humphrey Hall.

BLEACHER SEATS: The HLWW High School Volleyball team is selling bleacher seats. These seats are great for basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, & softball games, wrestling matches, gymnastics & track meets. Please contact Brooke Decker decker@hlww.k12.mn.us or Kelsi Hogg khogg@hlww.k12.mn.us if interested.