Regional Science Fair 2020
Yesterday was an amazing day for Tioga at the NW Regional Science Fair. We had numerous students who received awards and Tioga will also advance 20 to state as presenters and alternates. The......read more
FBLA 2019 SLC
The FBLA members had a great time at the State Leadership Conference! All of them did amazing as they developed their business and leadership skills. Congrats to the following members who......read more
Last week the high school celebrated FBLA week. The FBLA kids made a scavenger hunt throughout the school and everyone got the opportunity to participate. Thursday was Hippie vs Rocker dress up day......read more
Congratulations to the following FCCLA students who, despite missing out on a trip to Washington DC to compete in person, took time to record their presentations and compete at the Virtual National FCCLA Conference this summer. Gold Award - Entrepreneurship Level 2 - Brayden Fosburgh, Gracie Nutt, Emma Taylor Silver Award - Promote and Publicize FCCLA! Level 2 - Paige Hollingshead, Sara Iverson, Bethany Schmidt Silver Award - Interior Design Level 3 - Mckenzy Dean, Casey Kennell
Last March, Governor Burgum closed schools for in-person instruction due to concerns about COVID-19. He directed schools to serve their students via distance learning “until further notice”. Educators have been in frequent contact with the ND Department of Public Instruction(DPI) and the Governor’s Office trying to find out what schools will be allowed to do in August. • At this time, we do not know if students will be allowed to return. • If students are allowed to return, will class-size caps and social distancing guidelines be in place? • If so, will that force us to limit the number of students who can attend school each day? • Will schools still have the authority to offer distance learning classes to our students who have been identified as high risk by a medical-professional? It is our hope that the Guidelines we need to follow will be released by mid-July; however, at an online meeting that was held today, DPI stated schools may not have guidance until the end of July. While the principals and I have been discussing potential scenarios, we need to wait until those guidelines are released. We will share the educational plan for this fall as soon as we know what our options are. We know how difficult this uncertainty is for many of you. It is frustrating for us, too! Rest assured that as soon as we have guidance from the state, we will communicate our plan. If you have specific questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Carolyn Eide, Superintendent, at (701) 664-2333. Thank you for your understanding-I'm afraid it is a new era.
Football Camp for grades K-8 on July 7-9. Grades K-5 from 9am to 12pm and grades 6-8 from 2pm-5pm at Minot State University. Registration: https://camps.jumpforward.com/minotstatefootballcamps/CampDetail/Index/14694
There will be NO volleyball open gym tonight. Sorry for the last minute change. See you NEXT Wednesday at 6pm.