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HLWW hiring process to be discussed Monday

HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – The Monday, May 22 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board meeting has a full agenda, including discussion about school/district parent involvement plans, math curriculum reports, an update on “unplugged week,” discussion about lyceums, a review of the district’s hiring process, and more.

The meeting will start at 6 p.m. in the high school media center. Look for coverage in the Monday, May 29 edition of the Herald Journal.

HLWW bulletin for Thursday, May 18

Tuesday the JV Girls won the JV/JH Girls portion of the Maple Lake meet.

Maddie Hertzog won medalist for the girls with a 56 followed closely by Katie Moen with a 57.

The Cabinetry class field trip to Dura Supreme has been cancelled- students should be in regular classes today.

Girls Basketball: ​Meeting – Tuesday, May 23 at 7:30 am in Mr. Baumann’s room for all girls going into grades 9-12 interested in playing basketball next year. We will be discussing the summer schedule, camps/clinics, strength and conditioning program and expectations. Please let Mr. Baumann know if you are unable to attend the meeting.

RUN FOR THE LAKERS: ​Saturday, June 24 at 9 am. Registration forms can be found at www.hlww.k12.mn.us

SENIOR PICTURES: Seniors, please post your pictures on the glass wall, and under classmen, if you want to get a picture from one of the seniors, please make sure to get your name on the ones you want, they will be taken down today.

Bass Classic on Howard Lake – Fishing Tournament: On Saturday, June 3, HLWW Wrestling is hosting its Second Annual Bass Classic on Howard Lake. The winning team (2 anglers/boat) wins a prize of $1,000. The 2nd place team receives $500. The tournament runs from 7 am – noon. For more information see Mr. Puncochar or check out the information at https://sites.google.com/a/hlww.k12.mn.us/hlww-laker-wrestling/Fishing-Tournament -Info

The Midwest Elite Basketball Camp: will be returning to Howard Lake this summer. The And One Camp is a 2 day camp which costs $105 and includes ten hours of instruction (five hours each day). The camp will be held in the high school gym on June 22-23. This camp is for all girls going into grades 7-12 next year. If you are interested, please pick up a camp form in the high school or middle school office. Checks can be made out to ISD 2687. Forms can be turned into Kayti in the high school office. Questions contact Rick Baumann. ALL forms & money need to be turned into Kayti or Rick Baumann by Monday, June 5.

SELF DEFENSE CLASS: ​The student council will be holding a self-defense seminar TODAY May 18, 3 to 4 pm. This is a one-time course that is directed towards young women in preparation for college and life after high school. Men can also come as well, only as long as they are serious. Come and learn to protect yourself! If you have any questions, please talk or email Caresa Kosek. Look for flyers in the hallways.

Baccalaureate: May 31 at 7:30 pm in the High School Auditorium. Pastor Jake will be doing the service.

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: ​Is for 7-12th grade students. Three different sessions are available starting June 12. Seventy per person, with a $100 family max. Forms are in the HS Office to be picked up.

Students:​ You are NOT ALLOWED to park in staff parking. Staff comes at different times during the day, so if you are late/leave and come back, those are still reserved for staff. YELLOW Lines are reserved for staff parking and the white lines are for student parking.

HLWW bulletin for Friday, May 12

TODAY BOYS BASKETBALL MEETING DURING LAKER BREAK IN FOODS ROOM!

Wrestling Meeting: Tuesday, May 16 at 7:30 am in Mr. Puncochar’s room for grades 5-11. All wrestlers and anyone considering wrestling should attend. We will discuss summer plans and other exciting news with the wrestling program.

Girls Basketball: ​Meeting-Tuesday, May 23 at 7:30 am in Mr. Baumann’s room for all girls going into grades 9-12 interested in playing basketball next year. We will be discussing the summer schedule, camps/clinics, strength & conditioning program and expectations. Please let Mr. Baumann know if you are unable to attend the meeting.

RUN FOR THE LAKERS: ​Saturday June 24 at 9 am. Registration forms can be found at www.hlww.k12.mn.us

SENIOR PICTURES: Seniors, please post your pictures on the glass wall, and under classmen, if you want to get a picture from one of the seniors, please make sure to get your name on the ones you want, they will be taken down Friday May 19.

HS AWARDS NIGHT: ​May 15 at 7 pm, invitations have been sent out. If you have received one in the mail, we urge you to attend with your family.

Bass Classic on Howard Lake – Fishing Tournament: Saturday, June 3 HLWW Wrestling is hosting its 2nd Annual Bass Classic on Howard Lake. The winning team (2 anglers/boat) wins a prize of $1000. The 2nd place team receives $500. The tournament runs from 7:00am – 12:00pm. For more information see Mr. Puncochar or check out the information at https://sites.google.com/a/hlww.k12.mn.us/hlww-laker-wrestling/Fishing-Tournament -Info

The Midwest Elite Basketball Camp: will be returning to Howard Lake this summer. The And One Camp is a two day camp which costs $105 and includes ten hours of instruction (five hours each day). The camp will be held in the high school gym June 22-23. This camp is for all girls going into grades 7-12 next year. If you are interested, please pick up a camp form in the high school or middle school office. Checks can be made out to ISD 2687. Forms can be turned into Kayti in the high school office. Questions contact Rick Baumann. ALL forms & money need to be turned into Kayti or Rick Baumann by Monday, June 5.

Attention all 8th-11th grade volleyball players​: We will be having an informational meeting in Ms. Decker’s classroom on Thursday, May 11th at 7:20 am. We will be discussing the upcoming season, summer camps, expectations, etc. Please let Ms. Decker know if you cannot make it.

American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Poster: ​If anyone is interested in being a part of the Poppy Poster Contest this year please see Miss Main for more information.

Baccalaureate: May 31 at 7:30 pm in the high school auditorium. Pastor Jake will be doing the service.

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: ​for 7-12th grade students. Three different sessions are available starting June 12. $70 per person, w/ a $100 family max. Forms are in the HS Office to be picked up.

 

Open house at Holy Trinity Monday, May 15

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Holy Trinity School will host a information and registration night for  new or prospective students 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 15.  For more information, contact Andrew at (320) 485-5652 or email htdevelopment@tds.net.

HLWW daily bulletin for Monday, May 8 – clay target team in second place

Clay Target is in second place. Congratulations to Jacob Gallus, who is number one in the conference with a 23.5 average, but is also in the top 100 in the state. Brandon Cuadros, Joshua Marketon, Brandon Roberts, Blake Mathisen, Garrett Zachman and Elias Rehmann are also are in the top 25 in the conference. *************************************************************************

Bass Classic on Howard Lake – Fishing Tournament: On Saturday, June 3,  HLWW Wrestling is hosting its Second Annual Bass Classic on Howard Lake. The winning team (2 anglers/boat) wins a prize of $1,000. The second place team receives $500. The tournament runs from 7:00 am to noon. For more information see Mr. Puncochar, or check out the information at https://sites.google.com/a/hlww.k12.mn.us/hlww-laker-wrestling/Fishing-Tournament -Info

The Midwest Elite Basketball Camp – will be returning to Howard Lake this summer. The And One Camp is a two- day camp which costs $105, and includes ten hours of instruction (five hours each day). The camp will be held in the high school gym June 22-23. This camp is for all girls going into grades 7 through 12 next year. If interested, please pick up a camp form in the high school or middle school office. Checks may be made out to ISD 2687. Forms can be turned into Kayti in the high school office. Questions contact Rick Baumann.

Attention all 8th-11th grade volleyball players​: An informational meeting will take place in Ms. Decker’s classroom on Thursday, May 11 at 7:20 am. Discussion includes the upcoming season, summer camps, expectations, etc. Let Ms. Decker know if you cannot make it.

American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Poster: ​Anyone is interested in being a part of the Poppy Poster Contest this year, see Miss Main for more information.

SELF DEFENSE CLASS: ​The student council will be holding a self-defense seminar May 18, 3 pm to 4 pm. This is a one-time course that is directed towards young women in preparation for college and life after high school. Men can also come as well, only as long as they are serious about the topic. Questions, please talk to or e-mail Caresa Kosek. Look for flyers in the hallways.

Baccalaureate: May 31 at 7:30 in the high school auditorium. Pastor Jake will be doing the service.

SUMMER STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING: ​Is scheduled for 7-12th grade students. Three different sessions are available starting June 12. Seventy dollars per person, with a $100 family max. Forms are in the HS Office to be picked up.

 

Holy Trinity and St. Pius Schools pack food for kids

Winsted’s Holy Trinity School gym was filled to capacity Friday, as students and community members worked together to pack meals containing protein, rice, vegetables, and seasonings for hungry children around the globe.  Holy Trinity students worked in multi-grade teams to assemble meals.

To see photos from the event, see the May 8 edition of the Herald Journal.

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