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Daily Middle/High School Announcements

MS/HS Daily Announcements

*February 13, 2017*

1. Congratulations to the JV Boys basketball team on their 56-43 victory over Eau Claire. Great Job guys.

2. Attention Mr. Smith’s 3rd hour Lifespan class. We are meeting by the middle school office today instead of in the classroom. Please grab your coat and worksheet, and head to the middle school office before the bell rings.

3. A High School winterfest recap:
For the hallway: 4th place the freshman, 3rd place the Juniors, 2nd place the Seniors and 1st place Sophomores
Overall winners: 4th place the freshman, 3rd place the Juniors, 2nd place the Seniors and 1st place Sophomores
Prince and Princess were Eric Gumpert and Giselly Silva
King and Queen were Zaquarius Jeffries and Clarissa Eagle
The teacher King and Queen were Mr. Becker and Mrs. Cool-Banner
Congratulations to all

4. Youth baseball and softball sign-ups are still going on. They are due by March 3. You can get a sign-up sheet in the office or on Saturday from 3-6 in the MS gym. Also, a baseball clinic for ages 11-14 will be held Saturday in the MS gym from 3-4:30. If you have any questions see Mr. Tremblay.

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Pre-Registration for Kindergarten and Preschool

Join us for Kindergarten Round Up at Bloomingdale Elementary and Pullman Elementary on Tuesday, March 14 or Tuesday, April 18 from 5pm-7pm.

Please click the link below to download registration documents.

October 2016 Cardinal Connections

Find all our Cardinal Connections articles here.  Cardinal Connections feature district-wide news for the previous two months.

Mrs. Paquette on the Balanced Calendar Proposal

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Van Buren County school district leaders have recently discussed the idea of a balanced school calendar.  The topic has been tabled for now but we still want your thoughts. What is a balanced calendar?  A balanced calendar is a move away from the traditional 9-month school calendar by evenly distributing instructional days and vacations throughout a 12-month calendar.  The number of days students are in session remains the same, but more evenly distributes those days across a 12-month calendar.  With a balanced calendar, students begin school earlier in August and add week-long breaks to the school calendar during different times of the year.

In an effort to help you understand a balanced calendar, please see this link: What is a Balanced Calendar?.  We have also provided a sample calendar.  Finally, we would love to hear your opinion on this topic.  This will allow us to be able to best represent our district if/when discussions continue.  Please fill out a short survey here: Balanced Calendar Survey.