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HLWW High School daily bulletin Thursday, April 30

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED – MN

LAKER BULLETIN – Thursday, April 30, 2015

ON THE MENU: Mini Corn Dogs or Chicken Patty

SOFTBALL: The softball teams play a double-header at home against Holdingford today at 4:00.

 

BASEBALL: The baseball teams play a double-header at Holdingford today at 4:00. The bus leaves at 1:35. Players are dismissed at 1:25.

 

BOYS GOLF: The boys golf team has a meet at Rockford (Shamrock Golf Course) today at 4:15. The bus leaves at 2:50.

 

GIRLS GOLF: The girls golf team has a meet at the Pierz Country Club today at 3:45. The bus leaves at 1:15.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: There will be a girls basketball meeting Friday morning during Laker Break in Mr. Guentzel’s room.

 

VISUAL ARTS: Brady Schesso received a certificate of Excellence at the MSHSL Visual Arts Sections. He also received comments and points for his good composition and attention to deal. He was also noted for how well he expressed his ideas and what a wonderful set he had created. Great job, Brady.

 

YEARBOOK: The time has passed for Mr. Smith to order additional yearbooks if necessary. That means if you have not ordered your yearbook yet and want to guarantee you get one, you should order it today…EXTRAS CAN NO LONGER BE ORDERED. The remaining books will be on a first come, first serve basis and there are not many left. You can pay half now and half when the books arrive.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL DIAPER DRIVE: The student council is hosting a Diaper Drive and it has been extended another week, so you have until tomorrow to bring in items! Please bring in diapers, wipes and new pajamas to your 2nd hour class. All donations go to Wright County Crisis Nursery. The class that collects the most items will win “jungle” themed treats for Friday, May 1st! Bananas will be posted on the tree in the commons to reflect class collections throughout the week.

 

PROM: The prom committee needs help finding the following items for decorating grand march: 3 -4 nice benches and white Christmas lights. If you have any of these items that can be utilized in this year’s grand march, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school (abyrne@hlww.k12.mn.us). Thank you!

 

PROM DECORATING:

Juniors: If you would like to help decorate for prom this Friday, you must have a permission slip filled out and turned into the office by TODAY. Permission slips are available in the high school office, or in Mrs. Byrne’s room.

Parents of Juniors: We will need many hands to help with tear-down after grand march this Saturday. Please plan to stick around after the grand march to help with this process. If you have questions, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school. FITNESS CENTER HOURS: The weight room is back open in its new location…the bus garage! Hours are everyday after school from 2:35 – 4:15. Look for the open garage doors. No cardio machines are set up, just the weights.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarship information (available scholarships and deadlines) are available on Family Connection! Please keep checking there as new ones are added!

 

PARENTS/ACTIVITY PARTICIPANTS: Reminder that if a student will not be riding the bus to or from an event they need to have a “Contest Travel Release” form filled out, signed by the parent and on file in the activities office prior to dismissal of school on the day of the contest! This form is available in the high school office and online on the school’s Activity webpage.

 

ACTIVITY SCHEDULES: To find our activity schedules online go to the HLWW district website and click on “Activities”. Then in the middle of the page click on “Activities Schedule”. That will bring up the weekly schedule for all the activities. If you would like to view a season schedule for a specific activity, then find that activity on the right-hand side, check it and click “View”. There is also an “Activity Schedule Parent Guide” under the “Forms and Links” section of the Activities page for you to reference.

 

DAILY ACTIVITY LINE: For a voice message of the daily activity contests (high school and junior high), please call 320-543-3900 ext 7. This is will updated with any cancellations, postponements, etc as soon as they are known.

 

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: The 2015 Summer Strength and Conditioning Program is for HLWW students entering 7-12th grade. The one-hour sessions will take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in June and July at the high school track and weight room. More info and registration forms are located in the high school office and on the Activity page of the HLWW website. Session preference will be given in order of when the registration forms and payment are turned in.

 

SUMMER SOFTBALL: Summer traveling softball will be having a Parent/Player/Coaches meeting TONIGHT, April 28th at 6:30PM at the HL High School commons. It is recommended that all families attend. The parents and players will meet the coaches and talk about the upcoming season and expectations. We are looking for volunteers, parents or an older experienced student to help coach a few teams – the 10U and one of the 12U teams. If interested in coaching or if you are unable to attend to the meeting, please let us know. Justin Niesen 612-207-1251 or Stacey Smida 612-203-9088.

 

PARENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS: Would you like to receive the bulletin via email? Please send your request to rmoravec@hlww.k12.mn.us

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL LAKER ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK:

Thursday 4/30

BASEBALL DH @ Holdingford

SOFTBALL DH @ Home

BOYS GOLF @ Rockford

GIRLS GOLF @ Pierz

Friday 5/1

SOFTBALL @ Home

Sat. 5/2

PROM

 

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE AND MILITARY VISITS:

5/13/2015 Army Sgt. Batchman 11:30 am Commons

5/15/2015 Navy Irving Mendez 11:30 am Commons

 

HLWW High School daily bulletin Wednesday, April 29

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED – MN

LAKER BULLETIN – Wednesday, April 29, 2015

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ON THE MENU: Nachos or Hot Dog

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GIRLS BASKETBALL: There will be a girls basketball meeting Friday morning during Laker Break in Mr. Guentzel’s room.

 

VISUAL ARTS: Good luck to Brady Schesso as he competes at the Visual Arts Section competition today with his clay pottery!

 

FFA: Congratulations to all FFA members that participated in the State Convention. Some highlights include:

-Best Informed Greenhand: 1st place

-Nursery Landscape: 1st place

-Parliamentary Procedure: 3rd place

-Novice Parliamentary Procedure: 3rd place

 

YEARBOOK: The time has passed for Mr. Smith to order additional yearbooks if necessary. That means if you have not ordered your yearbook yet and want to guarantee you get one, you should order it today…EXTRAS CAN NO LONGER BE ORDERED. The remaining books will be on a first come, first serve basis and there are not many left. You can pay half now and half when the books arrive.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL DIAPER DRIVE: The student council is hosting a Diaper Drive and it has beenextended another week, so you have until this Friday, May 1 to bring in items! Please bring in diapers, wipes and new pajamas to your 2nd hour class. All donations go to Wright County Crisis Nursery. The class that collects the most items will win “jungle” themed treats for Friday, May 1st! Bananas will be posted on the tree in the commons to reflect class collections throughout the week.

 

PROM: The prom committee needs help finding the following items for decorating grand march: 3 -4 nice benches and white Christmas lights. If you have any of these items that can be utilized in this year’s grand march, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school (abyrne@hlww.k12.mn.us). Thank you!

 

PROM DECORATING:

Juniors: If you would like to help decorate for prom this Friday, you must have a permission slip filled out and turned into the office by Thursday, April 30th. Permission slips are available in the high school office, or in Mrs.Byrne’s room. Parents of Juniors: We will need many hands to help with tear-down after grand march this Saturday. Please plan to stick around after the grand march to help with this process. If you have questions, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school.

 

FITNESS CENTER HOURS: The weight room is back open in its new location…the bus garage! Hours are everyday after school from 2:35 – 4:15. Look for the open garage doors. No cardio machines are set up, just the weights.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarship information (available scholarships and deadlines) are available on Family Connection! Please keep checking there as new ones are added!

 

PARENTS/ACTIVITY PARTICIPANTS: Reminder that if a student will not be riding the bus to or from an event they need to have a “Contest Travel Release” form filled out, signed by the parent and on file in the activities office prior to dismissal of school on the day of the contest! This form is available in the high school office and online on the school’s Activity webpage.

 

ACTIVITY SCHEDULES: To find our activity schedules online go to the HLWW district website and click on “Activities”. Then in the middle of the page click on “Activities Schedule”. That will bring up the weekly schedule  for all the activities. If you would like to view a season schedule for a specific activity, then find that activity on the right-hand side, check it and click “View”. There is also an “Activity Schedule Parent Guide” under the “Forms and Links” section of the Activities page for you to reference.

 

DAILY ACTIVITY LINE: For a voice message of the daily activity contests (high school and junior high), please call 320-543-3900 ext 7. This is will updated with any cancellations, postponements, etc as soon as they are known.

 

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: The 2015 Summer Strength and Conditioning Program is for HLWW students entering 7-12th grade. The one-hour sessions will take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in June and July at the high school track and weight room. More info and registration forms are located in the high school office and on the Activity page of the HLWW website. Session preference will be given in order of when the registration forms and payment are turned in.

 

SUMMER SOFTBALL: Summer traveling softball will be having a Parent/Player/Coaches meeting TONIGHT, April 28th at 6:30PM at the HL High School commons. It is recommended that all families attend. The parents and players will meet the coaches and talk about the upcoming season and expectations. We are looking for volunteers, parents or an older experienced student to help coach a few teams – the 10U and one of the 12U teams. If interested in coaching or if you are unable to attend to the meeting, please let us know. Justin Niesen 612-207-1251 or Stacey Smida 612-203-9088.

 

PARENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS: Would you like to receive the bulletin via email? Please send your request to rmoravec@hlww.k12.mn.us

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL LAKER ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK:

Wednesday 4/29

VISUAL ARTS SECTIONS @ NLS

Thursday 4/30

BASEBALL DH @ Holdingford

SOFTBALL DH @ Home

BOYS GOLF @ Rockford

GIRLS GOLF @ Pierz

Friday 5/1

SOFTBALL @ Home

Sat. 5/2

PROM

 

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE AND MILITARY VISITS:

4/29/2015 Air Force Sgt. Gattis 11:30 am Commons

5/13/2015 Army Sgt. Batchman 11:30 am Commons

5/15/2015 Navy Irving Mendez 11:30 am Commons

 

Special ed referrals down at HLWW

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – In the 2012-13 school year, 31 students in the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School District were referred to special education.

Reading teacher James Carr and elementary dean of students/district assessment coordinator Kelly Westling spoke about the benefits of HLWW’s Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) program at the April 27 school board work session.

Reading teacher James Carr and elementary dean of students/district assessment coordinator Kelly Westling spoke about the benefits of HLWW’s Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) program at the April 27 school board work session.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following year, there were only eight.

What changed? One factor is the start of a program called Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS).

“We’re seeing a lot of good things with the program,” reading teacher James Carr told the school board April 27.

Look for the full story in the Monday, May 4 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here to subscribe online or in print.

HLWW High School daily bulletin Tuesday, April 28

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED – MN

LAKER BULLETIN – Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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ON THE MENU: Spicy Chicken Bites or Hamburger (both on the same side)

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TUESDAY, APRIL 28: TODAY the following is happening for the high school students:

Seniors: Senior Appreciation Day – non-attendance day for seniors

Juniors: ACT Test at the high school

Sophomores: Field Trip to Ridgewater Community College and tour of three local businesses

Freshmen: Field Trip to Dunwoody Institute

 

BASEBALL: The varsity baseball team defeated Kimball last night.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: There will be a girls basketball meeting Friday morning during Laker Break in Mr. Guentzel’s room.

 

YEARBOOK: The time has passed for Mr. Smith to order additional yearbooks if necessary. That means if you have not ordered your yearbook yet and want to guarantee you get one, you should order it today…EXTRAS CAN NO LONGER BE ORDERED. The remaining books will be on a first come, first serve basis and there are not many left. You can pay half now and half when the books arrive.

 

STUDENT COUNCIL DIAPER DRIVE: The student council is hosting a Diaper Drive and it has been extended another week, so you have until this Friday, May 1 to bring in items! Please bring in diapers, wipes and new pajamas to your 2nd hour class. All donations go to Wright County Crisis Nursery. The class that collects the most items will win “jungle” themed treats for Friday, May 1st! Bananas will be posted on the tree in the commons to reflect class collections throughout the week.

 

PROM: The prom committee needs help finding the following items for decorating grand march: 3 -4 nice benches and white Christmas lights. If you have any of these items that can be utilized in this year’s grand march, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school (abyrne@hlww.k12.mn.us). Thank you!

 

PROM DECORATING:

Juniors: If you would like to help decorate for prom this Friday, you must have a permission slip filled out and turned into the office by Thursday, April 30th. Permission slips are available in the high school office, or in Mrs. Byrne’s room.

Parents of Juniors: We will need many hands to help with tear-down after grand march this Saturday. Please plan to stick around after the grand march to help with this process. If you have questions, please contact Amanda Byrne at the high school.

 

FITNESS CENTER HOURS: The weight room is back open in its new location…the bus garage! Hours are everyday after school from 2:35 – 4:15. Look for the open garage doors. No cardio machines are set up, just the weights.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS: Scholarship information (available scholarships and deadlines) are available on Family Connection! Please keep checking there as new ones are added!

 

PARENTS/ACTIVITY PARTICIPANTS: Reminder that if a student will not be riding the bus to or from an event they need to have a “Contest Travel Release” form filled out, signed by the parent and on file in the activities office prior to dismissal of school on the day of the contest! This form is available in the high school office and online on the school’s Activity webpage.

 

ACTIVITY SCHEDULES: To find our activity schedules online go to the HLWW district website and click on “Activities”. Then in the middle of the page click on “Activities Schedule”. That will bring up the weekly schedule for all the activities. If you would like to view a season schedule for a specific activity, then find that activity on the right-hand side, check it and click “View”. There is also an “Activity Schedule Parent Guide” under the “Forms and Links” section of the Activities page for you to reference.

 

DAILY ACTIVITY LINE: For a voice message of the daily activity contests (high school and junior high), please call 320-543-3900 ext 7. This is will updated with any cancellations, postponements, etc as soon as they are known.

 

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: The 2015 Summer Strength and Conditioning Program is for HLWW students entering 7-12th grade. The one-hour sessions will take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings in June and July at the high school track and weight room. More info and registration forms are located in the high school office and on the Activity page of the HLWW website. Session preference will be given in order of when the registration forms and payment are turned in.

 

SUMMER SOFTBALL: Summer traveling softball will be having a Parent/Player/Coaches meeting TONIGHT, April 28th at 6:30PM at the HL High School commons. It is recommended that all families attend. The parents and players will meet the coaches and talk about the upcoming season and expectations. We are looking for volunteers, parents or an older experienced student to help coach a few teams – the 10U and one of the 12U teams. If interested in coaching or if you are unable to attend to the meeting, please let us know. Justin Niesen 612-207-1251 or Stacey Smida 612-203-9088.

 

PARENTS & COMMUNITY MEMBERS: Would you like to receive the bulletin via email? Please send your request to rmoravec@hlww.k12.mn.us

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL LAKER ACTIVITIES THIS WEEK:

Monday 4/27

BASEBALL @ Kimball

Tuesday 4/28

CLAY TARGET @ Waverly

Wednesday 4/29

VISUAL ARTS SECTIONS @ NLS

Thursday 4/30

BASEBALL DH @ Holdingford

SOFTBALL DH @ Home

BOYS GOLF @ Rockford

GIRLS GOLF @ Pierz

Friday 5/1

SOFTBALL @ Home

Sat. 5/2

PROM

 

 

UPCOMING COLLEGE AND MILITARY VISITS:

4/29/2015 Air Force Sgt. Gattis 11:30 am Commons

5/13/2015 Army Sgt. Batchman 11:30 am Commons

5/15/2015 Navy Irving Mendez 11:30 am Commons

 

HLWW to consider new name for old middle school

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – At the Monday, April 27 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board work session, one item on the agenda is to discuss potentially renaming the old middle school building.

The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the high school media center.

Other items on the agenda include approving Meeker and Wright Special Education Cooperative (MAWSECO) project bids, reviewing the school’s 2015-16 preliminary budget, and more.

Look for coverage in the Monday, May 4 edition of the Herald Journal.

Waverly residents among those injured in crash north of Dassel

MEEKER COUNTY, MN – The Minnesota State Patrol responded to a three-vehicle crash on Highway 15/Meeker County Road 21 north of Dassel at approximately 6:12 p.m. Friday, April 24.
According to the state patrol, a 2005 Ford Focus driven by Andrew Sarkinen, 17, of Roseville was westbound on County Road 21 approaching Highway 15, and entered the intersection.
A 2003 GMC Sierra driven by Dale Fredrickson, 43, of Sartell broadsided the Ford Focus, ejecting the rear passenger.
The GMC Sierra then struck a 2008 Pontiac Torrent driven by Kathryn Trimbo, 56, of Hutchinson.
According to the state patrol, the three drivers and Dannon Thao, 15, of Waverly, a passenger in the Ford Focus sustained non life-threatening injuries. Sael Thao, 14, of Waverly, another passenger in the Ford Focus, sustained serious injuries.