Congratulations to our Wildcat Varsity Volleyball Team for receiving the 38th Annual Team Scholar Award from NDHSAA with a 3.780 TEAM GPA. We are proud of all of you!
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Congratulations to our Wildcat Football Team for receiving the 38th Annual Team Scholar Award from NDHSAA with a 3.269 TEAM GPA. We are proud of all of you!
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Congratulations to our Wildcat Cross Country Team for receiving the 38th Annual Team Scholar Award from NDHSAA with a 3.845 TEAM GPA. We are proud of all of you!
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Cross Country
Caden Albers finished with a silver award in State FFA Speech today in Bismarck! Congrats, Wildcat Caden!
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Wildcat Hudson Bucholz-Casson competed in Bismarck this past weekend and placed 2nd in his weight division with the Holstein wrestling team. Congratulations, Hudson. Note: Hudson competed in Dickinson the weekend prior and placed first in his weight division! Outstanding!
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Caden Albers competing today at the State FFA Speech Competition. Mrs. Bolstad, FFA Advisor is supervising and will be reporting back results! Good luck, Caden! Represent well! Proud of our Wildcat FFA.
about 2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Good morning! Just a reminder for Elementary Parents PK-6th graders must wear all winter attire today! We will be updating this throughout the day, everyday.. Mornings will most likely be all winter attire from here on out, so please send your kiddos prepared!
2 months ago, Alysia Staigle
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Good morning! Just a reminder for Elementary Parents PK-6th graders must wear all winter attire today! We will be updating this throughout the day, everyday.. Mornings will most likely be all winter attire from here on out, so please send your kiddos prepared!
2 months ago, Alysia Staigle
Need an apparel item from our Entrepreneurship class .. place an order in the high school office with payment by December 3rd. Thank you.
2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Congratulations to our first two student of the month awards for JH/HS at Center-Stanton. Grades 7-9 --- Rodney Schneider Grades 10-12 --- Bree Vosberg
2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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Good luck to our One Act Play Wildcats this morning as they compete at Region competitions in Hazen! Break a leg ... Go, Cats!
2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
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A reminder that today (Monday, November 8) is an early dismissal day per our school calendar. Students will be dismissed at 1:00 pm with buses running. This will allow our teachers to attend their RTI/EWIMS/COGNIA trainings. Please pick up child at 1:00! Thank you.
2 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
Center-Stanton Elementary would like to say THANK YOU for your support with our school fundraiser, because of you it was a huge success! The students together sold 1,013 items, and close to $13,000 in sales! Congratulations to Laramie Staigle for selling 66 items, he sold the most, and Haven Gullickson selling 48 items! Fundraiser order forms were sent in on Friday the 5th, your items should be here within the next 3 weeks!
2 months ago, Alysia Staigle
Good morning, Elementary Parents! Just a quick reminder that today at 3:30 is the latest I will be taking Fundraiser packets! They will be mailed off tomorrow morning, so they must be turned in today! Thank you! We are hoping orders will be in within the next 3 weeks, please be patient as everything these days seem to be backed up. Orders will be prepackaged together, with the students name and the customers name. Happy Holidays, we hope you enjoy your products!
3 months ago, Alysia Staigle
A friendly reminder that family-teacher conferences are this evening for JH & HS Students. The conferences will run from 3:30-9:00 pm. Progress reports will be handed out. Thx.
3 months ago, Center-Stanton Public School
Here are a few pictures from the PreK-2 Positive Behavior Glow in the Dark Dance Party. 80% of our Prek-2nd grade students qualified to participate in this Month's Positive Choice Activity, based on THEIR positive behaviors in school. As you can see they had a blast. The other 20% had a classroom lesson on the following: 1) Listening to our teacher 2) Raising our hand in class 3) Keeping our hands and feet to ourselves 4) Being a nice friend 5) Making positive choices . We learned that the only person who can control our behavior is OURSELVES. Please ask you child about the party?
3 months ago, Mark Sondag
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Friday's Red Ribbon Week Activity: Students were greeted to school this morning by Sponge Bob Square Pants playing music. (It was a blast seeing their reactions getting off the bus) Students will complete a Drug-Free Pledge and an Act of Kindness Pledge and return them to the Elementary Office. If both pledge sheets are returned to the office they will receive a collapsible water bottle that they can decorate. Positive Choices Theme will continue into the afternoon with a PBIS Party for grades Pre-K thru 2nd Grade. (Shhhh- its a secret, don't tell anyone)(I can't help it, sorry teachers, its a Glow in the Dark Dance Party) from 1:00 to 1:30. Followed by a short recess, then dress up time for the classroom parties. Costume parade at 2:00 then finish the day with Classroom Parties. Happy Halloween everyone, Please be safe...Mr. S. & Mr. Q.
3 months ago, Mark Sondag
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Thursday's Red Ribbon Week Activity: Students were given a Kindness Mission Card that need to be decoded by the Special Agents at the school. After they received there Mission they needed to complete that Kindness Mission during recess. If the mission was completed they received their prizes. It was a lot of fun, and the Kiddos loved it.
3 months ago, Mark Sondag
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Hello All: Coming home tomorrow is a free Sources of Strength t-shirt. The T-shirt shows a Healthy tree of strength, with the words "We are all Connected". As you may be aware, this year Center-Stanton Public Schools received a grant from the North Dakota Department of Behavioral Health. Through this grant we were able to start a program called Sources of Strength. At the core of Sources of Strength are eight different Strengths: Family Support, Positive Friends, Mentors, Healthy Activities, Generosity, Spirituality, Physical Health, and Mental Health. We spend a lot of time visiting about being a POSITIVE FRIEND. Positive Friends help each other through tough times. My challenge to you as parents/guardians/students is to be a positive friend to someone in need. Each of these strengths shows up in a person’s life differently. Students are invited to explore strength in their own lives, empowered to grow their strengths and build resilience in order to promote health and wellness for themselves and others. You as families/caregivers, play an important collaborative role, in helping learners truly apply strength to their lives in good times and in tough times. You are encouraged to ask your student how they are learning about the strength in their lives. We invite you to join them by naming strengths that you are strong in and use those strengths to navigate both the good times and tough times at home or school. The power of using strength in our lives can move us towards healthy coping, positive problem-solving, resilience, and wellbeing. Mr. Q.
3 months ago, Mark Sondag
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Tuesday's Red Ribbon Week Activities: - Say "NO" Tattoos and Stickers given to all Elementary Students - Drug Free Wildcats spelled out on the fence (See Pictures) Thanks to Mr. Q and the 4th-6th Grade students for their help with this project. (PS. They also helped Mr. Q and Mr. S. spell the words correctly) Effective drug/alcohol education is important because young people are faced with many influences to use both licit and illicit drugs. Education can play a counterbalancing role in shaping a normative culture of safety, moderation, and informed decision making.
3 months ago, Mark Sondag
Drug Free is for ME...
Students helping Mr. S. spell the words correctly..
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