WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Corn Dogs, Baked Beans, Fruit, Milk
3:30 – GBB practice at LP
Football players in 9-12 wanting to go to the state tournament on Friday need to get their
permission slip turned in by tomorrow.
Students going to the youth movie night this Saturday need to get your permission slip and
money turned in by tomorrow so they know how many students are going.
HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – A presentation about Howard Lake Waverly Winsted School District’s fitness center membership and usage will take place at the Monday, Nov. 13 school board meeting, which starts at 6 p.m. in the high school media center.
A few other items include approving the high school parking lot/exterior lighting project, discussion/approval of an FFA assistant, discussion/approval of a KLKR assistant, discussion/approval of additional special ed staff, and more.
Look for coverage in the Friday, Nov .17 edition of the Herald Journal.
WINSTED, MN – Lunch for Today: Chicken Fajita, Lettuce, Cheese, Corn, Fruit, Milk
We will have mass tomorrow at 8:15 so please remember to dress up
Students are reminded that they have only today and Friday to get their $5.00 turned in for the Honor Society’s coin drive. You will be able to wear sweatpants on Nov. 15th so please be generous this holiday season.
Picture retakes will be next Tuesday, November 14th. If you were gone on picture day please plan on getting your pictures taken.
The next youth night will be held on Saturday, November 18. Please see the flyers around school for more details. Interested students should sign up at the office and take a permission slip.
Students wanting to order muffins need to do so by tomorrow with Mrs. O. Muffins will be delivered on Monday.
WINSTED, MN – The Winsted Area Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its holiday decorating competition for businesses and organizations. Those who wish to participate can contact Monica Hertzog at (763) 957-9570 or JoEllen Fasching at (320) 485-4252 by Friday, Nov. 17.
Displays must be up and running no later than Friday, Dec. 1. Public voting begins Sat. Dec. 2 and will finish Friday, Dec. 15.
SPONSORED POST – Dr. Erin Knudtson was recently awarded the Specialty Preceptor Achievement Award for her work in pediatrics with Rural Physician Associate Program (RPAP) students at Hutchinson Health in Hutchinson. The student who nominated her for this award explained, “I will never forget the kindness and empathy she showed her patients. She is the physician I aspire to be.”
RPAP is a nine-month, community-based educational experience for University of Minnesota third-year medical students who live and train in rural communities.
Knudtson is pictured with Dr. Kirby Clark (director of RPAP), and Dr. Ray Christensen (associate director of RPAP) at Hutchinson Health.