Good luck to Gabi Irving who will be competing in the barrel racing at the INFR (Indian Nation Finals Rodeo) in Las Vegas Oct. 19-23.
An assembly was held in Parkview Auditorium on Monday, October 11 to learn about Native American Day. Thank you to the following people for sharing their Native American culture and talents with our students and staff. Tashina Red Hawk-speaker & dancer; Noella Red Hawk-program emcee; Shane Red Hawk-drummer & dancer; Lesleen Daye Makes Room For Them-dancer.
The Stanley County Student Council was asked to participate in the Walk of Hope by creating signs with positive messages for the groups of community members who took part in the ceremony and walk on September 18.
Cross Country Girls Place 2nd at Regions https://www.stanleycounty.k12.sd.us/article/561402
SC Student Council Change War Raises Funds for Countryside Hospice. The Stanley County Student Council led a change war during homecoming week. The staff member who had the most change in their bucket become a human sundae during the pep rally. Mr. Ryan Royer was the “chosen” one. Total monies collected were $290.60, with the Stanley County National Honor Society contributing another 209.40 for an even 500.00. For his good sportsmanship, Mr. Royer was able to donate the money to his charity of choice which was Countryside Hospice in Pierre. Pictured with Mr. Royer and student council members Taylee Stroup and Daysen Titze are Hospice representatives Jane Payer and Holly Hoing.
Region VII Honor Band will be held Monday, October 18 in Kadoka with Stanley County’s Band Director, Mrs. Tina England as the high school guest conductor. Stanley County High School students selected are pictured left to right with their director. Back row: Mrs. Tina England, Sarah Fosheim, Brianna Merriman, Riley Runge, Trevor Peterson, Taylee Stroup, Daysen Titze, Abby Wyly, Cormac Duffy, Racheal Runge and Barret Schweitzer. Front row: Mattie Duffy, Rayna Bryan, Bailey Siedschlaw, Hayden Roggow and Levi Stover. Middle school students will be directed by Mr. Shane Bradford. Those selected are pictured left to right. Back row: Wyatt Schilling, Sydnee Green, Gracie Carlson, Kasyah Studenberg, Tessa Rasmussen and Breckyn Huebner. Front row: James Fosheim, Eddie Duffy, and Ian Schweitzer. Not pictured is Gracie Masteller. The concert will be held at 5:30 p.m. (MST) in the Kadoka New Gym.
Please note there is a menu change. The photo is the correct version as of October 14, 2021
Week 4 - Athletes of the Week – Cadence Hand, sophomore volleyball player and Lathan Prince, senior football player were selected as Stanley County Athletes of the Week. Thank you to the South Dakota Army National Guard for sponsoring t-shirts for these SC athletes.
Enrichment Friday, October 15. Take this opportunity to get your assignments in as the end of 1st Quarter is Thursday, October 21.
Veterans Video Pictures https://www.stanleycounty.k12.sd.us/article/558506
MS/HS Students, there is currently a 'Lost & Found' table set up in the Lobby. Please stop by and take a look and see if any of the items belong to you! There are several glasses and car keys looking for their owners!
JH Football will be dismissed at 2pm today. Game is at 5pm CT.
MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Tomorrow's game at Philip is cancelled. A MSFB game with Wall has been added to their schedule for Monday Oct 11 @ 5pm CT
Thank you to the Fort Pierre Fire Department for their fire safety tips to our students. Students had many questions and received hats from the fire department.
National Honor Society students held a blood drive October 6 in the middle-high school gym. There were 49 units of blood donated with 16 first time donors, of those 15 were students and 9 were staff. Thank you to community members, students and staff. Great job NHS!
Monday, October 4 - College planning day was held in Parkview Auditorium for juniors and seniors. Stanley County hosted this event for our students and the surrounding area schools. Over 40 post-secondary institutions from South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wyoming, Montana, Iowa, and Nebraska were in attendance. Students had the opportunity to visit and get information for the next chapter in their lives.
Student Council will be collecting socks for the month of Socktober - October. Please bring new socks, any size, to Mrs. Swanson's room. You may also drop off to the middle-high school office. Socks will be distributed to needy families in the Fort Pierre/Pierre area.
Due to supply issues, the lunch menu has been changed. Sorry for any inconvenience. Below are the changes for October 5 and 7. Tuesday - Popcorn Chicken Cheesy Broccoli Cookie Bar Fruit & Salad Bar Thursday – Burritos, Southwest Beans Fruit & Salad Bar
2021 Fall Conferences will be held on Wednesday, October 6th and Thursday, October 7th from 4:00 - 7:00 pm. Elementary teachers will be in their classrooms and MS/HS teachers will be in the elementary gym. You must Sign-Up for a conference time by using the Sign-Up Genius Links provided on the website under the Fall Conference Button.