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HLWW Middle School open house farewell Tuesday, May 26

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN — An open house for the old Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Middle School building will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 26.

Open house at old HLWW Middle School May 26

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN — An open house for the old Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Middle School building will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 26. The school board work session will take place beforehand, starting at 6 p.m. in the middle school.

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HLWW school bulletin Tuesday, May 19

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – LAKER BULLETIN – Tuesday, May 19, 2015

ON THE MENU: Pizza or Popcorn Chicken

TRACK: The track teams hosts subsections tonight at the high school. Field events begin at 3:00. Running events begin at 3:30. There is admission to this meet: $7 for adults and $5 for students. Teams attending are Annandale, Maple Lake, HLWW, Rockford, Spectrum, North Lakes Academy, Legacy Christian/PACT and St. Cloud Christian. Please dismiss the track students today at 2:00.

BASEBALL: The baseball teams play at Mound-Westonka tonight at 4:30. The bus leaves at 3:00.

BOYS GOLF: The boys golf team has a meet at Whispering Pines today at 4:15. The bus leaves at 3:00.

SOFTBALL: Subsection softball playoffs will take place at the high school beginning at 4:00. There is admission for these games: $7 for adults and $5 for students. Teams attending will be Annandale, Maple Lake, Dassel-Cokato and Watertown-Mayer. NO PARKING down by the softball fields. All parking must be in the main parking lot. NHS: There is an NHS meeting on Friday for all sophomore and junior members at 7:30 am in Mr. Smith’s room.

DRAMA: The HLWW Drama Club End of the Year award ceremony will be held on Friday May 22 at 6:30p.m. in the high school commons. Parents, alumni and friends of the drama club are encouraged to attend!! Any questions? Please contact one of the drama officers – Garrett, Taylor, Anna, Tasia or Jack.

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.

GRADUATION: This year’s graduation ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 7 at 2:00 pm in the high school gymnasium. Doors will open at 1:00 pm and seniors need to be there by 1:30 pm. CLASS OF 2015: Seniors last day of school will be Tuesday, June 2. On Friday, June 5, they will have their senior breakfast at the high school at 9:00 and then graduation rehearsal will follow that about 9:45.

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. 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 5/18 Tuesday 5/19 Wednesday 5/20 Thursday 5/21 Friday 5/22 ATHLETIC AWARDS CEREMONY TRACK @ Home BASEBALL @ Mound-Westonka BOYS GOLF @ Maple Lake CLAY TARGET CHOIR CONCERT GIRLS GOLF @ Shadowbrooke TRACK @ Rockford BASEBALL @ TBD

HLWW school bulletin Monday, May 18

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – LAKER BULLETIN – Monday, May 18, 2015

ON THE MENU: Hamburger or Italian Chicken Sandwich

BASEBALL: The varsity baseball team with 2-0 against BBE Friday night. JV lost both.

SOFTBALL: The varsity softball team lost their playoff game against Watertown-Mayer Friday night.

ATHLETIC AWARDS CEREMONY: The athletic awards ceremony will take place TONIGHT at 7:00 pm in the high school auditorium.

CAMPUS CLEAN-UP: NHS is sponsoring a campus clean-up today. NHS members bring a friend and meet in Mr. Smith’s room right after school.

NHS: There is an NHS meeting on Friday for all sophomore and junior members at 7:30 am in Mr. Smith’s room.

DRAMA: The HLWW Drama Club End of the Year award ceremony will be held on Friday May 22 at 6:30p.m. in the high school commons. Parents, alumni and friends of the drama club are encouraged to attend!! Any questions? Please contact one of the drama officers – Garrett, Taylor, Anna, Tasia or Jack.

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.

GRADUATION: This year’s graduation ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 7 at 2:00 pm in the high school gymnasium. Doors will open at 1:00 pm and seniors need to be there by 1:30 pm. CLASS OF 2015: Seniors last day of school will be Tuesday, June 2. On Friday, June 5, they will have their senior breakfast at the high school at 9:00 and then graduation rehearsal will follow that about 9:45.

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.

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 5/18 Tuesday 5/19 Wednesday 5/20 Thursday 5/21 Friday 5/22 ATHLETIC AWARDS CEREMONY TRACK @ Home BASEBALL @ Mound-Westonka BOYS GOLF @ Maple Lake CLAY TARGET CHOIR CONCERT GIRLS GOLF @ Shadowbrooke TRACK @ Rockford BASEBALL @ TBD

Local girls named Princess Kay finalists

WRIGHT, McLEOD, CARVER COUNTIES, MN – Dairy princesses from Wright, McLeod, and Carver counties were among those selected as Princess Kay of the Milky Way finalists May 17.

Maggie Mills, Ellen Sheehan, Kyla Mauk, Kallie Baker, Jennifer Oelfke and Carley Vinkemeier. Back, left to right: are Kylee Fernholz, Rachel Stender, Morgan Uphoff, McKinzie Smith, Samantha Keller and Michele Green.

Front – Maggie Mills, Ellen Sheehan, Kyla Mauk, Kallie Baker, Jennifer Oelfke and Carley Vinkemeier. Back – Kylee Fernholz, Rachel Stender, Morgan Uphoff, McKinzie Smith, Samantha Keller and Michele Green.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The finalists were named at the conclusion of a three-day workshop in St. Cloud attended by nearly 70 county dairy princesses. They include:

  • Kallie Baker, 18, Plainview, representing Wabasha County, daughter of Natalie and Bruce Wood;
  • Kylee Fernholz, 18, Hoffman, representing Douglas County, daughter of Mark and Michele Fernholz;
  • Michele Green, 20, Greenbush, representing Roseau County, daughter of Doug and Corena Green;
  • Samantha Keller, 19, Goodhue, representing Goodhue County, daughter of Ted and Lora Keller;
  • Kyla Mauk, 19, Howard Lake, representing Wright County, daughter of Chris and Harlan Mauk;
  • Maggie Mills, 18, Lake City, representing Goodhue County, daughter of Kent and Deborah Mills;
  • Jennifer Oelfke, 18, Hamburg, representing Sibley County, daughter of Jim and Jody Oelfke;
  • Ellen Sheehan, 19, Rochester, representing Olmsted County, daughter of Jerome and Karen Sheehan;
  • McKinzie Smith, 21, Adams, representing Mower County, daughter of Rick and Tracy Smith;
  • Rachel Stender, 17, Lester Prairie, representing McLeod County, daughter of Allen and Lisa Stender;
  • Morgan Uphoff, 18, Melrose, representing Stearns County, daughter of Victor and Ann Uphoff; and
  • Carley Vinkemeier, 18, Norwood Young America, representing Carver County, daughter of Jeff and Tina Vinkemeier.

On behalf of Minnesota’s dairy farmers, Princess Kay makes appearances to help explain their commitment to taking care of the animals and resources while providing wholesome, nutritious and affordable dairy products. Midwest Dairy Association manages the program.

Open house at HLWW Middle School Tuesday, May 26

The public will have one of the last opportunities to tour the Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted Middle School in Howard Lake before demolition. There will be an open house from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday May 26. Refreshments will be served.
All community members are welcome to attend.