The Potter Co Track meet tomorrow has been cancelled.
27 days ago, Bruce Bresee
The Golf & Middle School Track meet scheduled in Winner tomorrow (4/29/22) has been cancelled.
28 days ago, Bruce Bresee
Due to the weather forecast for Friday in Winner the Middle School Track team will not be going to Winner. We are currently working on a replacement meet.
28 days ago, Bruce Bresee
Good luck to the middle school instrumentalists and vocalists competing at the region contest in Philip on Friday, April 29th.
28 days ago, Stanley County School District
music note
Due to a water main break the Golf meet in Wall for Saturday 4/23 has been postponed
about 1 month ago, Bruce Bresee
Due to impending weather Saturday's Track Meet in IPSWICH has been CANCELLED.
about 1 month ago, Bruce Bresee
Middle School Track Meet Phil Trautner Stadium at Hollister Field Thursday, April 21, 2022 at 3:30 PM
about 1 month ago, Krista Kerns
4th quarter midterm is Friday, April 22. Get your assignments in.
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
Deadline stopwatch image
Gavin Irving signed with the University of Minnesota, Morris Wednesday, April 20. Gavin will be playing football for the Cougars fall of 2022. Congratulations and good luck in your future Gavin!
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
gavin irving signing
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
Mrs. Ana Tribble, 1st grade teacher was selected as March Elementary Staff Member of the Month. Mrs. Tribble is always so sweet and respectful with every student and staff member. She also always has her student’s best interest at heart and uses kind words with all. We appreciate all that you do, Mrs. Tribble!!!
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
ana tribble
Conservation Camp
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
conservation camp
Congratulations to Miss Jennifer Milliken on being chosen as Stanley County’s Teacher of the Year! Miss Milliken works and finds ways to include all students of varying abilities. She meets with students independently to assess their levels; help create and meet their goals. Milliken is a great leader for her school team and is a member of many other teams within and outside the district. She has an enormous breadth of knowledge and continues to learn through attending and reading various professional development journals. Miss Milliken works hard and puts in the extra time to be a great teacher and coach for our students. She is always willing to stand up for what is best for the students. Miss Milliken has dedicated her time to Stanley County for over 20 years, including a few years at the Hayes Country School. She also assisted the Hayes Community by directing their play for several years. Hats off to Miss Milliken for her dedication to our school and community. Superintendent Dan Baldwin presented Milliken with her award at the school board meeting on May 13.
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
Dan Baldwin & Jennifer Milliken
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
Make plans to attend the 2022 spring concerts.
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
spring concerts
Smarter Balance Testing for Middle-High School, grades 6-11 Tuesday, April 19 (ELA – WIRED HEADPHONES NEEDED) Wednesday, April 20 (MATH) Thursday, April 21 (ELA – WIRED HEADPHONES NEEDED) Friday, April 22 (SCIENCE – Grades 8 & 11 Only)
about 1 month ago, James J. Cutshaw
State testing
​Congratulations to Jordyn Sosa and Zachariah Red Crow crowned 2022 Prom Queen and King Saturday, April 9 in Parkview Auditorium. The prom theme was "Fire & Ice."
about 1 month ago, Stanley County School District
2022 prom queen and king
The MS track meet is still on for tomorrow, Monday, April 11. Middle school athletes please come prepared with warm clothes.
about 2 months ago, James J. Cutshaw
Stanley County Track @ Redfield Tomorrow 4/8/22 Field Events start at 11:30 Running events at 12:30
about 2 months ago, Bruce Bresee
South Dakota State Student Council Convention was held April 4 and 5 in Rapid City. Once again, the Stanley County Student Council worked for and received the award for Outstanding Student Council. The SDHSAA has sponsored the "Outstanding Student Council" project since 1989. The goal of the SDHSAA is to provide this incentive program as a service to SDHSAA member schools and thereby increase the number of schools involved in the project each year. The purpose of the "Outstanding Student Council" project is to give Student Councils the praise and recognition they deserve for a well-done job. Those councils recognized as "Outstanding" have well rounded programs and are active on the local and state levels; they have done an exemplary job in their schools. Daysen Titze received the All-State Student Council Award. This award is designed to recognize individual students who have gone above and beyond to help in their student councils, schools, and communities. In addition, Morgan Hoffman, Hayden Roggow, and Abby Wyly ran for statewide offices. These students were responsible for managing their campaigns which included making an introductory video, posters, websites, speeches, and taking questions from an audience of approximately 1,000 people. Congratulations to Abby Wyly on her successful campaign for State Treasurer to the State Student Council Board. In addition, Stanley County students hold all the positions for the Capital Region: President, Abby Wyly; Vice President, Cadence Hand; Secretary, Tatum Scott; Treasurer, Mattie Duffy; Reporter, Hayden Roggow; Sergeant at Arms, Kori Endres; Representative to State Board, Keira Briggs; and School Representative, Morgan Hoffman. Council members are pictured left to right. Back row – Hayden Roggow, Tatum Scott, Mattie Duffy, Jordyn Sosa, Cadence Hand, Kori Endres, and Daysen Titze. Front row – Abby Wyly, Keira Briggs, Taylee Stroup, and Morgan Hoffman. The student council advisor is Mrs. Shirley Swanson.
about 2 months ago, Stanley County School District
student council convention 2022