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School District Reminders and Announcements
|LAST DAY DISMISSAL|
Our official last day of school for students in grades K-11 is June 13, 2013. All buildings will be dismissed three hours earlier than the usual dismissal time. Food service will be working with our schools to have bag lunches on June 13 to make lunch time as expeditious as possible.
The official last day for students in 4K classes will be June 12, 2013. School will not be held on June 13 for 4K students.
|SPARTAN YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE (SYFL)|
WHO: All students entering grades 3 through 8 during the 2013-2014 school year who would like to learn the basic fundamentals of the game while having fun creating special memories and being part of a TEAM! (The SYFL can allow players from outside the School District of Superior in grades 3 and4. Due to restrictive factors, players in grades 5-8 must attend Superior Public/Parochial Schools or be home schooled inside the Superior School District’s boundaries)
WHAT: Spartan Youth Football League registration cost is $150 which includes all pads and players get to keep their jersey. There will be a late fee for registrations after May 31.
WHERE: Superior High School cafeteria
WHEN: Tuesday 5/14 and Wednesday 5/15 from 6pm-7pm
Click HERE to download the flyer for additional information.
BE A SPARTAN!!
Superior High School's Raheem Vann (5) looks for running room against River Falls Friday night at Ole Haugsrud Field. (JedCarlsonemail@example.com) Photo taken September 2012
| Summer BFS at Superior High School
All students entering grades 7-12 who are interested in participating in the Spartan Bigger/Better, Faster, Stronger program this summer at Superior High School should pick up a registration form in the SMS or SHS main office. We encourage all students who want to improve their level of fitness or better themselves athletically to attend. The course starts on Wednesday, June 19th and runs through Wednesday, July 31st, meeting each day Monday-Friday.
There will be three sessions offered for students entering grades 7-12:
BFS Readiness Program – For all students entering grades 7 or 8. (12-2pm)
BFS 1 - Intermediate program offered to all students entering grades 9-12. (10am-12pm)
BFS 2 – For experienced students entering grades 10-12 that would like a much more intensified and advanced workout program. BFS 1 is a prerequisite. (8am-12pm)
Click HERE to download a copy of the registration form. SMS students should return the form to the Main Office.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the course contact: Coach DeMeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Coach Kalin at email@example.com
|SMS Summer School 2013|
SMS Summer School Brochures will be sent home with 5th, 6th and 7th grade students by Friday, April 26th. Registration forms are also available in the SMS main office or by printing one from the website. Forms (and payment if required) are due back to SMS, Attention Stephanie Evans, by May 31st.
You will not receive a confirmation letter after signing up for summer school. Your child should come on the first day and class lists will be hanging in the main entrance and community events hallway with the information they will need. Bus schedules are posted by the Transportation Department on their own website page.
Class offerings returning from last year are: Math 6, 7 or 8 (going into 6, 7 and 8); Intro to 6th Grade (for incoming 6th grade); Summer PE (going into 6, 7 and 8), Multimedia Development (going into 6, 7 and 8), Getting Graphic, Orchestra (Beginner & Advanced); and Summer Family Consumer Science (FACS) - this class for incoming 6th graders only.
NEW Class offerings include: Animal Behavior, Computers, Creative Writing, Summertime Sensation, Summer Sing-Off!, Cross Cultural Experience, Exploring Spanish, and Active Reading/Team Building.
The only offering for 8th graders going into 9th grade is the Bigger Faster Stronger (BFS) program held at SHS. Registration forms for BFS are forthcoming.
Click HERE to print a registration form (prints 8 1/2 x 14).
|Stepping Stones to Health Careers|
University of Minnesota-Medical School and the Center for American Indian and Minority Health is offering a summer camp called "Stepping Stones to Health Careers."
There are two sessions: July 7th-12th and July 14th-19th.
Students may participate in week one, week two or both sessions.
Who Can Apply? American Indian students going into 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade who are interested in exploring health careers and /or science.
What Do I Need to Apply? Completed application form; one recommendation form or letter from a teacher, counselor, school staff or other person who can talk about your academic skills; current transcript; and a one page essay.
Applications recieved by Friday May 31st, 2013 will be given first consideration. Apply at www.caimh.umn.edu or contact CAIMH to request an application.
Any questions about SSHC program we'd like to hear from you! Phone: 218-726-7235 or click on the link to access the application and fill it out online.
|Another great summer school opportunity!|
This year's summer musical is Disney's The AristoCats Kids!
Madame's jealous butler Edgar catnaps Duchess and her Aristokittens and abandons them in the Parisian countryside. Join Thomas O'Malley and his rag-tag bunch of Alley cats as they come to the rescue!
Calling all kids currently in grades 3-12! If you want to have some fun this summer and be a part of the cast of Disney's The AristoCats Kids, register today!! Registration forms are in the main office at SMS. Practices will begin on Wednesday, June 19th and continue through the performance dates of July 18-20. Summer school practice times will be from 8:30 - Noon at the SHS PAC.
There will be a $35 participation fee ($25 participation fee and $10 for a t-shirt) and performance dates will be July 18, 19 & 20. There are a variety of roles available, from acting to the chorus, to behind the scenes positions. Auditions will be held Tuesday, June 4th and Tuesday, June 5th from 3:30 - 5:30 at the SHS PAC.
Participation fee is waived (except for the $10 t-shirt fee) if your student received free/reduced lunch during the 2012-13 school year.
Registrations are DUE BY MAY 31, 2013. NO LATE REGISTRATIONS will be accepted.
|UW Superior Theater Camp|
UW-Superior is offering a summer program for 6th - 12th grade students who love the art of theatre and want to expand their knowledge and skills. This program will feature a full range of classes and workshops taught by university faculty, local professionals, and theatre students from UWS. Get hands-on experience both on and off stage in our multiple theater spaces, scene shop, costume shop, Video labs and more!
The program will run Monday-Friday, 12:30 – 5:00 pm, June 17-28 Cost is $150.00
Limited space is available
Upon completion of the Camp, Students will take part in a theatrical presentation conceived and created during the Camp experience. For information and/or application: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Spartan Youth Football Cheerleading|
Spartan Youth Football
Anyone entering grades 3 through 8 in the 2013-2014 school year who would like to learn the basic skills of cheerleading, while having fun and being part of an exciting team!
Registration cost is $100.00 for NEW cheerleaders and $50.00 for RETURNING cheerleaders. The registration fee covers: Cheer t-shirt, warm-up pants and jacket, pair of pom-poms, and a hair bow. *Returning youth cheerleaders will receive a discounted registration fee of $50.00. (Fee is discounted because we will be using the same pom-poms, hair bows, and warm-ups as last year.)
Registration will be
Tuesday, May 14th and Wednesday, May 15th from 6-7 pm
Where: Superior High School Cafeteria
Click HERE for complete details.
Flyers are also available in the SMS Main Office.
|2013-2014 School Year Calendar|
Click here to see the 2013-2014 school year calendar.
This is a two-page document.
|Help Your Child Succeed in School|
Help Your Child Succeed in School: Build the Habit of Good Attendance Early. School success goes hand in hand with good attendance! Click HERE to read all about what you can do to help your child(ren) to be successful in school!