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HLWW School Board to hear ‘World’s Best Workforce’ plan update

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – One item on the agenda for the Monday, Sept. 24 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board meeting is a “World’s Best Workforce” plan update. The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the high school media center.

Another item is an update regarding the Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services (ADSIS) program.

Look for coverage of the meeting in the Friday, Sept. 28 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here for subscription information.

PHOTO GALLERY: Holy Trinity homecoming coronation

WINSTED, MN – The energy was high at Holy Trinity High School’s homecoming coronation in Winsted Wednesday night.

Check out our photos here, and in the Friday, Sept. 21 edition of the Herald Journal. 

One highlight was the crowning of the 2018 homecoming king, Michael Dietz, and homecoming queen, Katlyn Pokornowski. Other royalty candidates included Anna Ho, Vy Duong, Adam Cuhel, Matthew Fasching, Nicholas Grgas, and Joshua Millerbernd.

Another bright spot was the presentation of Holy Trinity’s awards. First was the Distinguished Alumni award, given to Tom Scherping from the class of 1984. Scherping and his siblings took over AWI Manufacturing in Winsted in 2004, and the business has grown into a 100,000-square-foot facility. It was noted that Scherping has made the community a better place with his generosity and kind heart. AWI Manufacturing has made several sizeable donations to Holy Trinity School and other local causes.

The second person recognized was Judy Langenfeld, for the Holy Trinity Leadership Award. Langenfeld moved to Winsted in 1977, and has been a humble and dedicated volunteer ever since. She was one of the founders of the Winstock Country Music Festival, and retired from the committee this year. She has also been involved with the lakefront improvements, Meals on Wheels, Holy Trinity’s Spring Fling, and more.

 

HT School announcements Sept. 17

 Today’s Lunch:  Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich, Salad, Fruit, and Milk

 3:30 – FB practice at LP

4:00 – CC – A – Glencoe – bus leaves at 2:15 – runners excused at 2:00

4:15 – JHVB – A – NYA – bus leaves at 3:00 –players excused at 2:45

4:30 – JHFB – A – Sibley East – bus leaves at 3:00 – players excused at 2:45

5:30/7:00 – VB – A – Kaleidoscope Charter – bus leaves at 3:34

 Tomorrow’s theme day is Spirit Day, however, we have Mass first at 8:15 so you will need to dress up in Mass attire first.  You may bring your spirit wear and you will be able to change after mass.

HT School announcements Sept. 19

WINSTED, MN – Today’s Lunch:  Pork Rib Patty/Bun, Peas/Carrots, Fruit and Milk

 Noon – vote for King and Queen during lunch period

3:30 – FB practice at HT

3:30 -VB & CC practice at LP

 4:30-7:00 – Jr. Class BBQ Dinner – buy a ticket from any junior or you can buy one at the door

7:30 – Homecoming Coronation

 Tomorrow’s theme dress day is Dress like a Meme Day and there will be class challenges from 8:10-9:00am and we will be on Schedule II.

HT School announcements Sept. 18

WINSTED, MN – Today’s Lunch:  Mini Corn Dogs, Brown Rice, Carrots, Fruit and Milk

We will have the class challenges today in the cafeteria until the 6th period bell.

3:30- CC & FB practice at LP

4:15/5:30/7:00 – VB – HLP – GFW

4:30 – JHFB – A – USC – bus leaves at 1:45 – players excused at 1:30

4:30 – JHVB – A – Sibley East – bus leaves at 3:20Tomorrow’s theme dress day is Dynamic Duo Day!!

The juniors will have their BBQ supper tomorrow night from 4:30-7:00pm.  You can purchase a ticket from any junior or you can get them at the door.

Students wanting to put pictures in the yearbook should talk to Mrs. Simmons or Mrs. Dennehy and they will show you what to do.  Also there will be a yearbook meeting sometime next week for those students who are interested in working on the yearbook.

Lester Prairie School Bulletin Monday, Sept. 17

LESTER PRAIRIE, MN –

Lester Prairie School Bulletin

Sept. 17, 2018

Today’s Menu: Chicken Patty on a Bun or BBQ Riblet with Bread, Carrots, Peas, Peaches, Milk

Monday’s Menu: Grilled Ham and Cheese or Grilled Cheese, Jicama Sticks, Green Beans, Banana, Milk

Ms. Olson is pleased to announce the cast for the 2018 fall play, 

Help Us, Mr. Holmes!”

Logan Groff – Holmes

Grace Jeurissen – Dot

Averey Heimerl – Milly

Ava Heimerl – Maggie

Erin Amundson – Inez

Sydney Sheehan – Doris

Landon Groff – Constable 

Zoe Edlund – Elspeth

Kiana Loveland – Eugenia

Shelbea Schuette – Jemma

Rodrigo Medina – Jack

Jessa Heimerl – Lilly

Paige Heimerl – Nancy

Hannah Hollister – Mrs. Killeny

Ethan Schultz – Guy

Please pay your activity fee in the office and show Ms. Olson the receipt before rehearsals start next week (stay tuned for further information). Please stop by Ms. Olson’s room to pick up your script and schedule. If you have questions, please see Ms. Olson. Performance dates are Nov. 16 and 17.

Cast of “Help Us, Mr. Holmes”

Practice will start on Thursday, September 20th at 3:10 in Ms. Olson’s room. Please pay your activity fee by that date and pick up a script and rehearsal schedule. If you can’t be at practice on the 20th, you must let Ms. Olson know. 

The next practice dates are Monday, Sept. 24 at 3:10pm, Tuesday, Sept. 25 at 3:10pm, Thursday, Sept. 27 at 3:10pm, and Friday, Sept. 28 at 3:10pm. All practices will take place in Ms. Olson’s room (#147) for now.

If you have questions, please see Ms. Olson.

Attention 9th – 12th grades: The Lester Prairie Lions are sponsoring an essay contest on how you step out of your comfort zone to influence others. There will be cash prizes! Who doesn’t like winning money?!?  If you have questions, please see Ms. Carmine for more information! 

There will be pep band for the volleyball game at Holy Trinity on Tuesday September 18th. Please be in the stands ready to play by 6:25pm. The LP band room may not be open right before the game so please make sure you have your instruments ready to go right after school. 

Juniors: Please get your shirt money to Mrs. Helland ($12) by Friday September 21st!

10th Graders: Please sign up for your class t-shirt in the 10th grade hallway. You need to pay Mrs. Scoblic $10 by Wednesday, Sept. 19th.

Student pictures will be taken on Wed., Sept. 19th. Order forms were sent home with students.

Any student grades 3rd – 12th interested in participating in a Robotics and Engineering Club or Robotics Competitions should contact Mr. Teut.

Band students in grades 6-12 are selling butterbraids until Sept 21st. Please let Mrs. Helland know if you are interested in buying but haven’t been asked by a band student yet. 

Attention 9th graders: Please pay your $5 class dues to Mrs. Fiecke in the office and then bring the receipt to Ms. Olson or your class treasurer. Thank you to those who have this done. If you have questions, please see one of your advisors. Thank you. 

We are looking for a Student to work after school with Kids Depot. Hours 300-500. Must be 10-12 grade. If interested please see Cheryl Bayerl 

Financial Aid Night for seniors and their parents will be held on Wednesday, October 10th at 6:30 in Room 126.

The Lester Prairie Booster Club is once again hosting a Homecoming Parade on Friday, Oct 5, 2018 starting at 5:45p.m. at the Lester Prairie School. The parade route will begin at the High School and proceed up to the football field. The football game will follow at 7:00 p.m.

We are inviting Grades 7-12 and the other various school organizations and Athletic teams

to participate in the parade by entering a parade float. The LPHT football team will be playing against the Kenyon-Wanamingo Knightsso the float theme will be “THIS IS OUR CASTLE”. Each float should incorporate the “THIS IS OUR CASTLE” theme.

*Entering a float is for school grades 7-12 only

The floats WILL NOT be judged this year. Instead, the Bulldog Booster Club will donate to any grade that enters a float, $50.00 towards their class fund account.

We ask that all parade participants be up at the school no later than 5:20 p.m. so we are ready to go when the football players are ready to go down to the field. You will be provided with the parade line-up upon arrival at the school; look for Jackie Ruzicka.

*Anyone interested in having a float in the parade needs to register their float and should contact Jackie Ruzicka at 320-282-0997 or email ruzickajackie1@gmail.com by Wednesday, Oct.3rd at 3:00pm.

Wednesday, Sept. 19