The Tioga Restart Committee met this past week to discuss the Restart Plan. The committee, at this point, agrees with the Plan and are asking for feedback before the second meeting to be held the week of August 10. Please contact the school or committee members with questions or concerns. This is the same plan that was given at registration and can be viewed at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17v4Kegtx00-kHg08ehZY_v1wDblwSusK/view?usp=sharing
Volleyball Open Gym has come to an END for the summer. Thank you to all who participated these past couple months! Be on the lookout for a practice schedule, game schedule, etc as I receive more details. First day of practice is AUGUST 17. (Gr. 9-12) **Time will be announced shortly.** Hope to see you there.
Registration August 5th and 6th! 9-5 pm!! [[closed from 12-1]] Kindergarten Screening will be held on these days! Please call Steph at 701-664-3441 to book an appointment. All returning and new students(grades 1-6)must register. No appointment necessary. We will not know your child’s teacher until after registration. During registration we will have you fill out a survey choosing if you will distance learn or send your child to school. School supply list will be handed out and posted on these days!! We have a tentative start date of August 20th. Thank you! 💙💛
Order your Pirate football gear by Thursday, August 6th. Here is the link: https://pirate20football.itemorder.com/sale
Reminder, Registration at both Central Elem. and the Tioga High School is set for Wednesday and Thursday, August 5th and 6th from 9:00-5:00 (Closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00). Kindergarten screening will also take place these days. All returning and new students in grades 1-12 are asked to attend. No appointments are needed. For THS students in grades 9-12, if you check your PowerSchool, what is listed for courses is the best I (Mr. Odegaard) can do based off of your pre-registration requests and known graduation requirements. I am uploading a copy of the Master Schedule for you to use prior to coming to registration to complete your schedules. It may be a good idea to have a backup plan for what courses you would like to take as more restrictions will be placed on electives this year. We will sit down together to complete class schedules during registration. Also a note that decorating your lockers will not be allowed at the beginning of the year this year.
Reminder about football meeting for grades 9-12 tonight (Monday, August 3rd) at 7pm. Please come in door by weight room. We will check temp as you walk into gym and we will social distance in gym. Also, you can get your physical tonight from 5pm to 6:30 pm for grades 7-12 interested in football. Call clinic. Please answer the following questions: Has your child had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days? Does your child have a new or worsening shortness of breath? Does your child have a new or worsening cough? Does your child have a fever of 100.4 or greater? Does your child have chills? Does your child have a sore throat? Does your child have a new loss of taste or smell?
Tioga High School is advertising for a part-time dishwasher/server. For more information, call Carolyn Eide At 7016642333. Open until filled. EOE
I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. It’s that time of the year again. We are only a few weeks away from the 2020 season of “Pirate Football”. I hope everyone is looking forward to the upcoming season of “Pirate Night Lights.” We will be having a football meeting for grades 9-12 on Monday, August 3rd at Tioga High School Gym at 7:00 P.M. We will be handing out equipment at this meeting. If you cannot attend the meeting and want to play, get a hold of one of the coaches. Bring a buddy with to the meeting; strength is in numbers for the game of football. The first day of practice for grades 9-12 is Monday, August 10th at 8am. Junior High meeting will be Monday August 17th at 4:00pm at High School on Stage. You will get equipment and have a practice, so make sure you bring shorts, t-shirt and shoes. JH first football game is Monday, August 31st. Important!!!! Everyone must get a physical. NDHSAA says a physical must be done yearly in order to compete. In order to practice you must have a physical and a consent form signed in order to start practice. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL AUGUST TO SCHEDULE, BE PRO-ACTIVE AND GET THIS DONE BEFORE THE FIRST WEEK OF PRACTICE. Sports Physical: Monday August 3rd from 5-6:30. For the sports physical clinic you can call 701-664-3368 and choose option 1 to schedule, you do not need an appointment, but it is encouraged. The cost is $25 and paperwork must be completed prior to arrival with parents signatures, there are TWO places signatures are needed. Also, if anyone is having any symptoms or not feeling well they should not attend. We will be taking temperatures and doing a symptom questionnaire on everyone attending. Coach Schaffer—(Varsity) work: 664-3441 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As we plan and prepare to open the 2020-2021 school year, we are excited to get our students back to doing some of the things they love to do! The NDHSAA has announced their plans to resume activities as well. For Tioga High School students, football practice will begin August 10th with the Junior High team starting their practice on August 17th. High school volleyball practice will begin August 17th with Junior High starting right around August 20th. Look for details from coaches specific to each sport soon. Sports physicals are required for all athletes prior to starting practice and Participation fees (activity tickets - $25) must be paid for all students involved in athletics, music, speech, and drama. You may have heard that the NDHSAA has allowed for the use of "Form B" to be used in response to COVID, however Tioga Public School policy will remain the same requiring all athletes to have a yearly sports physical. Health and safety needs should not be outdated and current medical and concussion information is valuable for all students. Athletes must have 9 practices prior to competition so scheduling those physicals prior to the first day of practice is beneficial. Physical forms are available at https://ndhsaa.com/files/NDHSAA_Physical_Form.pdf If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Mr. Odegaard.
Parents: Please take a minute to complete our short survey asking for your input as to HOW Tioga Schools will deliver student education starting on August 20. We are closing the survey on Thursday, July 23. We value your input-thanks for your time! PARENT - https://forms.gle/H92MV26ua8gaJrmf7
On Tuesday, July 14, Governor Burgum announced that local control, along with working with our local health unit, are criteria that will be used in deciding how we'll educate our students. Of course, this information can change at any time, depending on COVID. We will start working on a formal plan during the week of July 20. We will start with a short survey asking some very basic questions and asking if you would like to assist in this planning process in some way, if you plan to send your kids to the buildings, and other procedures depending on guidance for our area.. After very limited conversation, it is apparent that we want our kids in school in some way, shape, or form. HOW we are going to do that has not been determined yet. We know you are anxious, and August 20 is right around the corner. We will have more information soon! Thanks for your support and patience. Have a good weekend.
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.
With great disappointment, Prom and the Awards Banquet for 19-20 are CANCELLED. With restrictions still in place as of June 15 and planning for very difficult schedule purposes, it is in our best interest to make the hard call. Students - we are very sorry! This is not the outcome we want either. Awards for graduates will be gathered and delivered. Underclassman awards will be collected for a fall delivery.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Full time custodian at Central Elementary at Tioga. Single health insurance, retirement, and other benefits. Contact Carolyn Eide at (701) 664-2333 for more information. Open until filled. EOE.
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Coach DeMoe will be hosting open gym tonight (Tuesday) from 6:30 to 7:30 for students entering grades 7-12. Maximum capacity is 15 which includes coaches. First come-first serve with students grades 9-12 getting preference. Must bring a signed waiver to open gym. Look for the waiver on a separate post.
Today at 4 PM former Tioga FFA Member Mikayla Wolfe will be doing her retiring address as a member of the ND State FFA Officer Team. Here is the link to watch it. https://youtu.be/saqTryHPAcE
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Congrats to the following 6th graders for their achievement in the classroom. Here are the Presidential Awards for the 2019-2020 6th Graders. When you pick up your report cards, there will be a certificate and a pin. 1) Presidential Award for Educational Achievement: To be eligible students must meet requirement of achievement in the classroom in grades 4-6. a. Amaya Bachmeier b. Taylor Brown c. Reichen Cox d. Claire Lakey e. Layla Lambert f. Caleb Slough g. Nathaniel Tims h. Ava Wallin 2) Presidential Award for Educational Excellence: To be eligible students must meet requirements of grades in class and state test in grades 4-6. a. Savannah DeMoe b. JerradTyler Hiatt c. Presley Hill d. Aletta Nelson e. Wyatt Rice f. Amanda Kingston g. Emma Melberg h. Gunnar Moberg i. Baylee Rieniets j. Brianna Rose k. Jeremiah Schmidt l. Billee Sundhagen
THS Students - If you have not completed your pre-registration for 20/21 yet, please do so. The directions came in your piratek12 email. If you are looking at alternative course work (dual credit, NDCDE, etc), please email Mr. Odegaard. Graduates - If you are looking to return your cap and gown for your deposit, please stop at the school between 7:30-3:00. Anybody still looking for items from the locker rooms or needing to return school materials (books, Chromebooks and charge cords) those times work as well. Enjoy life! Love summer! Be safe!
The Tioga School Board will hold a brief Special Board Meeting on Thursday, May 28, at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the Summer Plan for the buildings. The Live Link to listen is: https://youtu.be/X1omir7YBu0
We are still serving our Grab Bag lunches through June 30. Call 701 664 2333 to sign up!
Thank you Dave Tengesdal for being our photographer for Graduation. The following should be the link to his fantastic photos to remember the day. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NMHLO3Y2ayeJYEiWFZAH8tqChmC_FKEJ
It's Graduation Day! CONGRATULATIONS to the Class of 2020. Graduation exercises will be held in the Tioga High School Gymnasium today beginning at 2:30 pm. Unfortunately, this event is not open to the public due to social distancing guidelines. Graduates and guests, the MAIN lobby doors will be open at 2:00 pm. With weather concerns, we will enter through one door only. For others to view the live stream, the following is the information/links to view courtesy of NCC and BEK TV. NCC Facebook page – facebook.com/northwestcommunications NCC TV Video – BEK Sports Plus East, Channel 457 DVD recordings will be available for purchase from BEK by going to bek.coop/bek-tv/watch-now/ Congratulations grads!
Our kids are going to be on KX news here in a few minutes! Woo hoo!
Reminder we are collecting items today (Friday May 22nd, 2020) from 9am-11am today. Office is open to pay lunch bills. If you cannot bring things in, you need to contact school to get it in as soon as possible. Thanks
Reminder that we will be collecting all items that need to be returned to school tomorrow from 9am to 11am and from 1pm to 3pm. We will also collect on Friday from 9am to 11am only at both campuses. Buses will be leaving at 8:30am tomorrow to get bus route items (any questions contact your route driver). Items include: chromebooks, IPADS, textbooks, library books and any other items that your teachers need returned. Main message was posted on facebook and live feed of school app. Thanks.
Since our Math Meet got cancelled due to covid-19, Mrs. Mosley and Mrs. Roses had a Virtual Math Meet competition and here are the winners for those 5th and 6th grade students. Congrats!!!!!! Virtual Math Meet Winners: 5th Grade: Kiya Sparks, Natalia West, Boden Iverson, Brackon Jackson, Alexa Griffin 6th Grade: Aletta Nelson, Ava Wallin, Gunnar Moberg, JT Hiatt, Nate Tims
ATTENTION CENTRAL PARENTS: We will be getting items picked up this Thursday, May 21st and Friday, May 22nd. Here is the plan. Please be patient as we collect items and keep everyone safe. Thursday May 21st: Drop off times are from 9:00am to 11:00am and from 1:00pm to 3:00pm only. You may drop off student materials at Door #10. Please wait outside door #10 and an aide will help you return items. They will be checking things off on a spreadsheet. Please bring any devices/chargers, library books, rec basketball/wrestling materials and any other item teachers have asked student to return. Parents it you need to pay lunches or pick up pictures you may enter door #1 and come into main office and visit with Steph. Office will be closed from 11:00 to 1pm because of lunch pickup. Door #9 will be where you can pick up your child's yearbook from FAT C Buses will be going out starting at 8:30am for bus students only (Not Town students). Aides will be on buses to help collect items. All Aides will have a clipboard to checkoff items returned from students. Aides collecting at Door #10: Aides will have a clipboard to checkoff items returned from students. Friday May 22nd: Drop off times are from 9:00am to 11:00am only. You may drop off student materials at Door #10. Please wait outside door #10 and an aide will help you return items. They will be checking things off on a spreadsheet. Please bring any devices/chargers, library books, rec basketball/wrestling materials and any other item teachers have asked student to return. Parents it you need to pay lunches or pick up pictures you may enter door #1 and come into main office and visit with Steph. Office will be closed at 11am. Door #9 will be where you can pick up your child's yearbook from FAT C. Aides Collecting at Door #10: Aides will have a clipboard to checkoff items returned from students. Please remember to use Social Distancing Guidelines when coming to the building. Reminder children cannot be in the building or on school grounds. Report cards: Steph will put out a day when you can come into the office and pick up final report cards and other items teachers want sent home after pick up. Keep an eye out on Facebook or School Web page. Report cards will be picked up on a date TBD. If for some reason you cannot return items on these days, please contact office to return.
Tioga Public Schools is thankful to NCC for all of their assistance in helping all area students in need of internet connection during distance learning. They really stepped forward and directly impacted the education of many area families. We are also extremely grateful that they have partnered with BEK TV to broadcast graduation services for our area exchanges! BEK produces quality audio and video presentations. They will be here in Tioga for Graduation on Sunday at 2:30 pm. We will post a link on our page on Sunday for easy connection, but the live stream/broadcast information is as follows: Tioga graduation will be broadcast LIVE on the following: NCC Facebook page – facebook.com/northwestcommunications NCC TV Video – BEK Sports Plus East, Channel 457 DVD recordings will be available for purchase from BEK by going to bek.coop/bek-tv/watch-now/ Thank you NCC!
Congratulations to Tioga High School Juniors Karter Longie and Addy Norgaard on receiving the I Dare You Award! The National Leadership Award is presented each year by the American Youth Foundation (AYF). The award was first offered in 1941 by the late William H. Danforth, who challenged young people to achieve their highest potential and to influence others through their lives of service. The award is inspired by the book, “I Dare You” which commends the balanced life of mental, physical, social, and spiritual development as the backbone of leadership. This award recognizes high school juniors who demonstrate personal integrity, lead balanced lives, and possess a willingness to assume responsibility. The recipients are given a personalized certificate, a copy of the book “I Dare You” and the opportunity to apply for a scholarship to attend the American Youth Foundation International Leadership Conference. Congrats Addy and Karter!
Our last quarter was cut short on events and our end of the year awards recognition. Here is a list of the 2020 Math Meet Participants, Spelling Bee Participants, and Perfect/Near Perfect Participants. These students will get a pin put into their packets to send home. Congrats Math Meet Participants: 3rd: Ashlyn Foss, Blessing Mwende, Brock Poff, Harper Ferguson, Gracelyn Davidson, Waylon Seeyle, Dante Pratt 4th Piper Moberg, Dulce De Leon, Weston Lalim, Izzac Snegidar, Michael Grimes, Jeremiah Walsh 5th: Kambree Johnson, Gavin Davidson, Natalia West, Kiya Sparks, Boden Iverson, Triden Lambert 6th: Gunnar Moberg, Claire Lakey, Aletta Nelson, Wyatt Rice, Jeremiah Schmidt, Nathaniel Tims Spelling Bee: (WCSB-Williams County Spelling Bee) 1st: Maya Loveridge: 1st place WCSB 2nd: Amber Wihlhelmy 1st Place WCSB 3rd: Waylon Seeyle 4th: Dulce De Leon 5th: Marriane Reyes-1st Place WCSB 6th: Baylee Rienets Perfect Attendance: Maya Loveridge, Kingston Rose, Nora Hanson Near Perfect Attendance: Jemma Matthews, Brett Nelson, Mia Weflan, Amir Ramsey, Johnathon Kuntz, Raegan Matthews, Kenneth Moberg, Clay Placek, Isabella Slough, Kannon Schaffer, Kyson Johnson, Vade Samms, Ethan Yu, June Kuntz, Reichen Cox, Sasha Durfee, Brianna Rose, Gauge Wold
Tioga Rec. registration is open for Tball, Peewee, Midget, Babe Ruth, and Softball! Please use the link below to get registered. https://tiogarec.sportngin.com/register/form/954969540
Hello THS students and families! We (just about) made it! We do still have school next week, but will transition more to an intervention/enrichment mode; cleaning up and completing what has been assigned to this point. Students should still be logging on and checking in to Advisory through Wednesday at least. New material may be posted, but nothing new as far as content academically. Thursday, May 21st and Friday May 22nd, we will have check in of school materials (to included Chromebooks AND Power cords) at both Central and the High School. Our plan is to have people available from 9:00-3:00 except 11:15-12:45 as to not interfere with lunch pickup at Central. HS students with items still in the locker rooms, this will be an opportunity to gather those as well. Look for more information to follow from Mrs. Eide concerning end of year plans. This is graduation weekend for some area schools. On behalf of Tioga High School, Congratulations to all area graduates! We are also beginning to prepare/setup for our Graduation on Sunday, May 24th. I have attached a picture just to give an idea of how it will look. Seniors, be watching your piratek12 emails for further details. Cap and Gown pickup and deposits - Jayme is planning to be at the school for seniors to pick those up ($40 deposit) on Wednesday from 9:00-11:00. Just a reminder to seniors and their families, if you are needing additional seating to the 6 persons per table, please contact me via phone or email so that bleacher seating (social distancing) can be prepared in advance as well. To all teachers, students, parents, and community members, "Thank You" for all of your cooperation, support, and assistance during the past 9 weeks! We have just about completed the 2019-2020 school year. Make sure to finish strong! Keep sailing! Land is in sight. Mr. Odegaard
A quick reminder-if you are unable to pick up lunch for even one day, or if you wish to be removed from the lunch program, call Tonya or the school at (701) 664-2333. The school will let Tonya know. We can't save food from one day to the next so it it ends up in the garbage. Thanks for your help.
The federal government has approved schools to continue serving lunch and breakfast to children from the ages of 1 to 18 through June 30, 2020. Tioga WILL continue to feed children through that date, including weekends. For more information or to sign up your children or remove them from our list, call (701) 664-2333. Thanks!
The Tioga School Board will hold its May meeting tonight, Thursday, May 14, at 6:30 p.m. To observe the meeting, go to https://youtu.be/iM3f_1YzB_k and it will be streaming live. Thank you!
ELMER NESS SCHOLARSHIP EXTENDED DEADLINE The deadline for the Elmer Ness Scholarship has been extended to May 31st, 2020. If you missed the initial application deadline, now is the time to get your application in!!!
The Absentee Ballot Application Form is available at the following link: https://5il.co/fyne It can also be accessed on our school website. Select Documents on the menu. Then, select the Forms folder.
The Governor's Executive Order has been amended to allow graduation ceremony to be held using school facilities with proper social distancing, cleaning, and other safety precautions. Tioga Public Schools is moving forward with plans to hold graduation at Tioga High School on Sunday, May 24th at 2:30 pm as originally scheduled. Please note though, that in order to follow guidelines, graduation will be very different this year. Initial plans are to limit attendance to graduates and their immediate household family members only. Exceptions will be made to parents and direct siblings only who do not reside in the same household. Unfortunately, graduation will not be open to extended family members or the general public and those with underlying health conditions or over the age of 65 are strongly encouraged not to attend. Graduation will be live streamed for public viewing with further details to come. All ceremony details will be shared with seniors and their families as plans get finalized. The guidelines specifically address the fact that "if an outbreak of COVID-19 occurs in your area prior to your scheduled graduation event, the State Health Officer may suspend any in-person portion of the event to protect public health and safety". This appears, at this time, to be the only possibility to any change in our date. We are happy that we can move forward with a plan. We feel like we can offer the graduates an in-person graduation experience and have a traditional graduation ceremony. It will require cooperation in a lot of ways, but appears a much better option than other virtual or distant graduation plans. It will not be a perfect plan to meet the expectations of all, but we will be able to recognize the Class of 2020 and celebrate their achievements together! Keep Sailing! Land is in sight! Mr. Odegaard
Reading access all summer with online books. Central has two options for your son/daughter to be able to get books into their hands now and during the summer months. We have tumblebooks and also MyOn. These two resources will be open all summer and free access to Central students. You can find the links with url, username and password on this link(just scroll down): http://tiogand.apptegy.us/o/tioga/page/elementary-principal--3 If you have any questions contact your students teachers or email Mr. Schaffer: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks
Tioga High School students and parents! Are you looking for help with high school course planning, college planning, or ACT preparation? Go to: RUReady.ND.gov Please contact me for questions or assistance with mapping out a good direction for your future! 701-641-3255 email@example.com http://doxy.me/mrlarsonsoffice Click the link below to get to RUReady.ND.gov https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ruready.nd.gov%2F&data=01%7C01%7Ctom.larson%40K12.ND.US%7C12c9b21425554fa1722808d7f1eff41a%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0&sdata=Rk8uR8vYuhARcEkmemWywRgEX7O3xvsFE2PGHWeaQc8%3D&reserved=0
Usually we have conversations about tornadoes at school in the spring and send things home with students. Here is just something to think about as we prepare for the summer storms and sometimes don't think about until it's too late. Tornado safety preparation tips Designate a safe room. This area can either be a storm cellar, a basement or a room on the lowest level of your home or building without any windows, like a closet. ... Put essentials in your safe room. ... Remove outdoor items. ... Reinforce your home. ... Contact your insurance agent.
Time to be careful while driving around town with a lot of students and adults riding bike. There are so many great reasons to ride your bike: It offers fun, freedom and exercise, and it's good for the environment. We want kids and families to ride their bikes as much as possible. Here are a few tips so that you'll be safe while you do so. The Hard Facts Properly-fitted helmets can reduce the risk of head injuries by at least 45 percent – yet less than half of children 14 and under usually wear a bike helmet. Top Tips Wear a properly-fitted helmet. It is the best way to prevent head injuries and death. Ride on the sidewalk when you can. If not, ride in the same direction as traffic as far on the right-hand side as possible. Use hand signals and follow the rules of the road. Be predictable by making sure you ride in a straight line and don’t swerve between cars. Wear bright colors and use lights, especially when riding at night and in the morning. Reflectors on your clothes and bike will help you be seen. Ride with your children. Stick together until you are comfortable that your kids are ready to ride on their own.
Any Tioga High School students interested in a Dental Assistant career! NDSCS Dental Assisting Program Online Info Session. On May 14th at 2:00 PM CST we're offering FREE Discover Dental Assisting online info session with Chanel Malone, Assistant Professor and Program Coordinator of Allied Dental Education at the North Dakota State College of Science, to help students learn about a bright future in the career of dental assisting. We will be recording this and sending it out to High Schools as well. Our ask of you is to please share (via social media, email, text, yell down the hall, etc..) the following FREE zoom link sign-up with any high school students you know who may be interested in learning more about dental assisting: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEpd-2trDotE9amAfEZ1uCESjGOa6Si6G6-
Attention Seniors! Please return your student information forms to The Tribune ASAP!
THS sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Here is the latest update from ACT. ACT Test Online at Home Coming Fall/Winter In response to uncertainty and school cancellations due to COVID-19, ACT announced it will offer a flexible schedule for summer 2020 test dates and test-at-home options for fall/winter 2020. As CDC and local guidelines for safety allow, ACT will offer its June and July national test dates as scheduled and will additionally provide makeup test dates for June and July. The makeup test date for the June 13 national test date will be June 20, and the makeup test date for the July 18 test date will be July 25. ACT will work with individual national test centers should they need to reschedule to the makeup test date and students will be notified in advance. Students may also make free test date changes from the June to the July national test date. In addition to the three previously planned fall test dates on September 12, October 24 and December 12, ACT will also offer a remote proctoring option for the ACT® test in late fall/early winter 2020, allowing students to take the test at their home on a computer. ACT will launch the test-at-home option as part of its national testing program. The fee waivers ACT provides to students from low-income homes will apply to the at-home testing option, and ACT is considering other ways to address access and equity issues
The NDHSAA Board of Directors voted to cancel the remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason Basketball Tournaments, Spring Sports and Spring Fine Arts Contests. The cancellation applies to all remaining Association sponsored athletic and arts contests and postseason events. If you have any questions in regards to this please contact Tioga Public Schools or Ryan Albrecht.
Governor Burgum just announced schools will continue distance learning until the end of the school year. 15 more days in Tioga! Thank you, everyone, for your help and support! Keep sailing!
Hello THS students, parents, teachers, and families! Can you believe it is Friday, May 1st? TGIF, but May already? Wow! It has been 48 days since we have been in the building together for a day of school. For many of you, this has been great! For others, like me, this has been very difficult. My main hope is that everyone is staying healthy and the way the numbers look, Tioga has been very good. Hopeful it continues and thoughtful of those that have been directly impacted by COVID 19. I feel like I need to share some thoughts on distance education with you all. I have looked at it from the viewpoint of administration, a parent, and more closely this week as a teacher. As a building principal, my role has greatly changed, yet stayed the same. I have tried to continue to be here to support our students in learning and our teachers in teaching. I have tried to give reminders and suggestions for students of what they could and should be doing to continue their learning. I have tried to help with logistical issues as much as possible. For our teachers, I have stressed "relentless communication" and "flexibility". Some feel like there has been too much communication, specifically emails. Many others feel like there has not been enough communication, to which I agree. This separation has me recognizing exactly how much communication, both verbal and non-verbal, there is on a daily basis when school is in session, in a physical building. I believe that is the part that most of us are missing out on most right now. Being a principal of a distant school with no one there is HARD. Being a parent in a distance education setting for many is HARD. Not all are facing the same challenges with trying to help their child(ren) at home. Having two children schooling at my own home is challenging. We are fortunate that we have a strong connection with the school and some experience with it. Many parents do not have that. This is all new, and wasn't a request. For parents who are able to be still working (or now maybe returning to work), this is an extra challenge of trying to oversee education after returning home from work. For some parents, this has been a great experience. Lots of extra, special, time spent with children. For many teachers who didn't "sign up" for distance education, this is HARD. Sure, some have really embraced this opportunity and are doing well with it. Many have children of their own, same as other parents, but they present many different challenges too. For most teachers, the amount of time taken to prepare lessons, correct assignments, contact students and parents, and other tasks has greatly increased. There are some benefits as well but I think overall the challenges these teachers have worked hard to overcome has been stressful. Google classroom has been a great tool to use, but not our normal lifeline like it has quickly become. The one viewpoint I have not had, is as a student. In talking with students though, it appears we have students all over the map. Some are thriving while others are struggling to keep their head above water. This is HARD. Grades still matter. Hard work still pays off. Many things have been unfortunately missing this spring, but having the availability of earning an essential education is still present. I am going to challenge you all as high school students to have a laser focus for these next couple weeks of May. Many of you have gotten quite behind with your work. It is very important that we finish this experience strong. People care about you! We want you to be successful, short term and long term. As we prepare to hear the governor speak this afternoon, we anticipate he will be addressing K-12 education today. Not knowing what will come of that, we must be prepared to continue to work. Continue to seek help and guidance. Continue to embrace change and challenge. For some, it may be a fresh start. For others it may be a new challenge. Seek an opportunity to improve yourselves for you! Even though for many this is HARD, if we keep working together, we can make this work. Keep Sailing! Mr. Odegaard
SENIORS - this a reminder to turn in your questionnaire for the Senior Radio Spot Light. Please get it done ASAP and sent off.
Starting on Friday, we will provide meals for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday! Our federal government has allowed us to provide weekend meals! That is great news! Walkers and bike riders are going to have quite a bit to haul home. Another big THANKS to our cooks! You make a difference in our lives!
Attention K-12 Tioga Pirates, we are feeling lonely not being able to see your faces. So, we are going to have a Pirate Pride Parade on Thursday, April 30th starting at 1pm so we can see your smiles. We cannot throw candy, like a normal parade, but the smiles we will share and see on your face will be fantastic. We will make signs up and I'm sure some will decorate their vehicles. If you want to make a poster, we would love to see it. Also, dress up in your Tioga Pirate clothes. The Tioga Police department has created a Map that we will follow to go around town (map attached). TPD will also be in the Pirate Pride Parade along with the Tioga Fire Department. We do need you to practice social distancing. Do not congregate and have a big group, keep it to your immediate family and keep at least 6 feet apart. Please look at map and see what the nearest street to your house is. We are starting at the old car dealership by Kum N Go. We look forward to seeing your smiling faces. #weallrow #piratestrong #keepsailing
Another reminder about free breakfast and lunch that our fabulous cooks are preparing at the elementary! These are free for all children from age 1 to 18 and can be picked up from Central from 11:30-12:30. It doesn't matter what your income is--they are free to everyone in that that age group in the district-even kids that don't go to school in Tioga. Just call 701 664 2333 and we'll let Tonya know. All we ask is that you come everyday, or if you can't, please call. If you decide you don't want to participate after signing up, just let us know. Please participate!
Scholarship Opportunity: Bank of North Dakota announced that its College SAVE 529 plan is sponsoring the EVERFI National Financial Bee, taking place April 20-30, 2020. Students in grades 7th-12th may participate. Check out more information here: https://bit.ly/2KFvqts
7-12 Graders I miss the ENTIRE THS Student Body. I miss running into you in the hallway, mornings in the gym, and the random stops into my room. I set up a weekly meet time for anyone who wants to stop into my “room”. Check your piratek12.org for the information. K.Schaffer
Hello all! Mr. Odegaard here. I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying the beautiful weather. We are used to dealing with what we get with weather - and I have been impressed with how most of you have played the hand dealt with distance education. We will continue to do the best we can and provide opportunity. The Pirates will keep sailing one assignment, one class, one day at a time. I have been asked to join Jim Prather on The Talk of the Town on KTGO to talk a little about where we are at with distance education and the current status of the school tomorrow morning at 7:30 am. We appreciate the support KTGO-1090 has provided to area schools and communities this past year! I would not normally invite you to listen in via our social media outlets, however we are going to talk about an upcoming Sr. Spotlight segment and other current challenges we are facing. Jim suggested we post it here. Glad to provide a little publicity for KTGO as they continue to support our students! Today is also Administrative Professionals Day. I would like to say "Thank You" to Jayme and Steph! Ladies, you are very appreciated for the job you do organizing and keeping us running smoothly! As one of our staff members put it, "She could organize an ant farm and make it look easy." Thank you ladies and have a special day. As always, if there are any questions or if I can help in any way, please contact me at the High School or by email at Brodie.Odegaard@k12.nd.us.
REMINDER Dual WSC credit registration today at 12:00. THS link for the zoom meet was emailed to you via your piratek12 account.
If you are picking up lunches IN A VEHICLE (doesn't include walking or biking), please wait in your car and the cooks will walk out and give you your meals. Again, it's not too late to sign up for lunch and breakfast! Call 701-664-2333 for more information.
Attention Juniors and Seniors that ordered rings from Jostens: The ring plant has been closed due to COVID-19. They hope to have the rings sent out to those that have paid by mid-May. Contact Mrs. Klabo with any questions.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS and Parents! While we understand things have drastically changed with our school year, it is important to note that school is still in session and learning is still taking place. Grades still matter. Tioga Public Schools is not taking the challenge lightly and we expect the same of our students. We have truly encouraged all faculty members to operate with a “grace” mentality, understanding the challenges many of you are facing and not wanting to add to any frustration. Hopefully your educational experience is still challenging you to learn and apply new knowledge, yet not consuming your time and mentality. For high school students, we are NOT in a pass/fail mode. We are still taking grades and no changes have taken place with our grading procedures. We will still be issuing letter grade percentages. You can still fail courses and credit recovery options would then come in to play. Student’s future success was vital in making this determination. We do not want any students to be punished academically by this distance learning experience, however engagement and accountability remain vital. Your courses are still credit bearing courses. You must continue to earn credits as required for graduation. Future educational and scholarship opportunities are dependent on maintaining an equitable grade system. Most of our courses are Full Year courses and your Quarter 4 grades will carry their normal weight in final grades. Depending on your learning experience, instructors have been encouraged to enter a minimum of two grades per week on PowerSchool. Parents can still access PowerSchool to follow student performance. That being said, it is our hope that instructors HAVE changed their normal expectations and operations. This is a great opportunity to remove some of the barriers classroom education inherently faces and open the doors for teachers to teach “how and what” they may have always wanted to. Hopefully they have been able to narrow the focus to fewer, more critical standards and are finding ways to keep FUN in fundamental education. If you feel you are needing more, contact your teachers as differentiated instruction is very available in distance settings. Students, please accept your parents/guardians and their support. If they would like access to your Google Classroom or other materials to help you, share any required login information with them. It’s really the same as that daily connection with your classroom teachers. Elementary students will still be graded on a rubric scoring system, same as before. Rubrics Grading Scale: 4 – Exceeds Standard 3 – Meets Standard 2 – Approaches Standard 1 – Below Standard. We know our 4th quarter scores will not show a true reflection score of what they know, but we feel we can still get the standards out to students and give them a score for their 4th quarter efforts. We understand that they may be getting help at home or less help at home, but this will help us to reflect on what we need to readdress next fall with our students. Continue to communicate with the classroom teacher if your child is struggling and we can adjust instruction to help your child during this time of distance learning. Parents/guardians, we thank you for all the support you have given to students and teachers alike! This has been difficult on some families, and embraced by others. If there is anything we can do to help, please contact the school.
Call for Yearbook Pictures Grades 7-12 With the last quarter of school taking place by way of distance learning, and our spring sports canceled, we are short on pictures for this years publication. We would love it if you could send pictures of your online learning, and COVID-19 living to be featured in the 2020 Yearbook. It will help us fill the pages left blank because of this pandemic. Please email your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line of: Yearbook Photos. Thank you in advance for your help. We look forward to seeing your pictures. - THS 2020 Yearbook Staff
Tioga High School seniors and college alumni. The MonDak Area Stockgrowers Association application for scholarship deadline changed to May 1st, 2020. The application and information is located here> http://www.ndstockmen.org/foundation/foundation-scholarships/
THS Parents and Students: Tioga High School students interested in registering for Dual Credit with Williston State College - I have arranged a meet through Zoom with Williston State College Admissions. The attachments for Enrollment Guide, Early Entry Enrollment Form, and Class Schedules were emailed to your piratek12 account. Please check your email if you are interested in taking dual credit. We have scheduled the meeting for April 22nd from 12-1:30. Please look over the schedules ahead of time to see what courses you may want to take. If you have questions you can reach me at: 701-641-3255 or tlarson@piratek12 or http://doxy.me/mrlarsonsoffice Missing and thinking about all of you!
Just a reminder-it’s not too late to sign kids up for a Grab Bag lunch and breakfast. Call 701 664 2333 for more information and to add your kids’ names to the list!
Passing on a resource shared to us through Wilmac Spec. Ed. Unit. Parent Support Wilmac Multidistrict Special Education Unit has set up a Parent Support site. By following the link, you can schedule a time to speak with someone from within our behavioral health staff. This is open to all parents in the area! https://calendly.com/wilmac/parents For appointments in Spanish, please select a time on Tuesdays. Para citas en español por favor de seleccionar un horario disponible el Martes.
Good afternoon THS families! I would like to take some time to give a few updates. The first of which being the most important one to me. 1. Have a fantastic weekend celebrating Easter! Rejoice! Please take the four day weekend to enjoy with family and celebrate the Easter holiday in your special way. School can wait. 2. Students - broken record alert- PLEASE make sure you are checking your GClassroom account, piratek12.org email, and PowerSchool daily. I know many of you do not like communicating via email. We do not have a whole lot of options right now that work as well as email. Also, you must check in to your Advisory class every day. Our attendance is being simplified by this one simple task. We are making a lot of corrections to attendance, but it would be able to be managed daily through Advisory check in. 3. Seniors and Senior parents - I feel for you all in this very unsure time. I appreciate those of you that have reached out to us at the school with thoughts and ideas - all great - of ways to celebrate the Class of 2020 while not being in the building. Each year, we struggle getting the "needed things" from graduates such as pictures, forms for the paper, cap and gown measurements, etc., and that is when we are physically able to see you everyday. Now it has new challenges! Several parents have reached out with thoughts. We too would like to help, but honestly, we are swamped and are requesting you as parents to take the lead here! I would love to be able to commit more time for the different plans and ideas I have heard. And then, honestly, I worry about what the expectations would be in the future. I am going to try to set up a Senior Class listserv so that you can all share information with each other and help each other plan jointly to recognize the Class of 2020. If you are a Senior class parent and do not wish to be included, please let me know by calling the school (701.664.3606). 4. Locker room materials - If you would like your items from the locker rooms, please contact me at the school. We will make arrangements. 5. My recommendation to the school board at their upcoming meeting will be to forgive the final test policy for the Spring 2020 semester. More updates will follow. We have learned that distance education provides many challenges, but also many opportunities for students, families, and teachers. We are doing a great job! It is (mostly) getting a little easier. Parents, THANK YOU for all you have done to help. Many of you have been ultra-supportive of your children and teachers. I have encouraged "relentless communication" to our staff. I encourage students and parents to do the same! Everyone has their own unique circumstances to deal with. While this is not an ideal situation, learning is still expected to take place. Students are still to be held accountable. Grades still matter. Failure and success are still options. For students not being very diligent in their studies, the school year can extend until June 30th if necessary. The path of least resistance is to take care of what is expected of you on a daily basis. I will leave you with a quote I heard again today; "You cannot recreate the school building environment in distance learning." Missing all of our students and wishing you all a Happy Easter! Mr. Odegaard Brodie.Odegaard@k12.nd.us 701.664.3606
How about a shout out for that kitchen crew today? THANK YOU very much ladies!
Central Parents, reminder that attendance is being taken daily by your classroom teacher. Students must check in daily with them. The State still mandates us to take attendance and it counts on your child's daily attendance. Let teacher know that they are doing their work daily, by giving them a quick text or have them login and do an assignment. It doesn't have to be just between 9am to 3pm, it might be they read a book at night, do a PE activity or an assignment at night. If you are having a tough time checking in daily contact classroom teacher or contact Mr. Schaffer 701-664-3441 or email@example.com
For those that may be looking for summer employment opportunities. Medora is more than a summer job – it’s a summer experience! Of course, you’ll make some summer cash, but you’ll also learn skills you’ll use the rest of your life, pick up tips from the pros from inside of the hospitality and entertainment industry, and experience the amazing connection to history, culture, and the outdoors that comes from the rugged North Dakota Badlands. You’ll have a truly amazing experience off the clock, too. You’ll be steps from Theodore Roosevelt National Park, the Little Missouri River, and Maah Daah Hey Trail, and you’ll get to experience the Medora Musical, Bully Pulpit Golf course, Teddy Roosevelt Show and so many more activities for free or at a discounted rate! Almost every primary job gets the opportunity to earn overtime working at the world-famous Medora Musical; we give away approximately $30,000 in student scholarships each summer ranging from $500 to $1,500; and, right now, if you refer your friends to come work with you, you can earn up to a $300 referral bonus! Many of our former summer staff have told us the same thing: their summer in Medora was the #BestSummerOfMyLife. Start the best summer of your life now. Our greatest area of need: • Housekeeper - $13.41/hr with great day time hours • Laundry Worker – $12.00/hr Additional area’s of need: • Food Service – Cooks, Dish Washers, Bussers, Cashiers • Bully Pulpit Golf Course – Outside Service Attendant, Players Assistant, Grounds Crew • Hotels – Front Desk and Reservations Center Customer Service Representatives Want to learn more about what it’s like to live and work in Medora, head over to Medora.com/KeyPositions2020 and check it out. Plus, you can apply now using the same link! Want to know more about who you’d be working for, check out this video!
There is NO SCHOOL on Friday, April 10, and Monday, April 13 for Easter break. We strongly encourage you to take time off from school those days. Grab lunches for Thursday, Friday, and Monday will be given on Thursday so the cooks can enjoy 2 days off! We start again on Tuesday, April 14. Thanks to everyone for all you are doing! Stay home. Stay well.
The Great Plains Food Bank will be stopping in Tioga and Williston on Tuesday, April 14! See flyer for times and locations! The Great Plains Food Bank is committed to doing all we can to provide needed food assistance amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This includes continuing with our Mobile Food Pantries as scheduled. We know there are additional people in need of food assistance during this time and the Mobile Food Pantry is open to anyone in need of food assistance from any community. The distribution will consist of fruits, and veggies, but may include bakery, dairy and meat items. Clients are asked to stay in their vehicles at all times to avoid gathering of groups and Great Plains Food Bank staff will be asking basic intake questions onsite. We welcome those who cannot attend during the distribution to designate someone to pick up for them and are happy to serve those not in a vehicle. Hunger is an issue that we can do something about. Here are several ways you can help: · Post the attached flyer about this upcoming event in your office and in other places in your community. · VOLUNTEER!! Call Rachel at 701.390.2513 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up today! · Talk about the event with your groups and in meetings you attend. · Share on your social media networks. See EVENTS on Facebook @greatplainsfoodbank.
Prom and Graduation has, with good reason, been a often asked question. We know at this point that Prom will not be held on April 18th. We do plan to host a Prom for the 19-20 school year! We just cannot set a date without knowing when we will be able to be back in the building. If we can do it in May, we will. If it has to be pushed out into the summer, we will do that. Prom may have to be modified, but we will get something put together. GRADUATION - THS Class of 2020 is still scheduled for Graduation exercises on May, 24th. While we are hopeful this will happen, we may have to make alternate plans as we learn more about when we are able to get back to the building. Rest assured, similar to Prom, and more importantly, we will have a graduation ceremony. It too, may have to be slightly modified, but we will honor the Class of 2020. Keep Sailing!
In transitioning to extended learning, we understand there have been a lot of concerns. We would appreciate your feedback to help us improve. Please fill out the attached survey to help us grow. Thank you! https://forms.gle/u1yRQcy5U45k2oFbA
Join our online book fair!! Shop the link here- https://www.scholastic.com/bf/centralelementaryschool15
Friday Night Lights! THS is joining in. We will be turning on the football field lights at THS on Friday, April 3rd from 7:00-9:30PM as a way to honor our students, staff, and community members in this time of distance learning while school buildings are closed due to COVID-19 concerns. These lights are a symbol of hope and an assurance that you students are in our hearts and on our minds. Thanks for other ND and Minnesota schools for sharing the idea and joining in! Keep Sailing Pirates!
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Reminder to High School Students, you MUST check in to your Advisory periods daily. Check your email. Check each class on Google Classroom. Questions? Concerns? Call (701-664-3606)/email me(email@example.com)! Keep Sailing! You've got this! Mr. Odegaard
Tioga is serving lunches today! 11:30-12:30 if you have signed up.
Just a reminder-The North Dakota Dept of Health is asking schools to send out a reminder about our responsibility as citizens. We've heard this dozens of times, but it bears repeating: It is critical for you to take preventive action for your health and for the community: *Wash your hands frequently with soap. No soap-use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content. *Avoid touching your T-zone (eyes, nose, mouth) *Practice social distancing. Avoid groups with more than 10 people. Use drive-though, pickup, or delivery. *Work from home when possible. *Stay home if you are sick. *Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw it in the trash and wash your hands. No tissue-cough or sneeze in your elbow. *Clean and disinfect frequently touch objects and surfaces. *Stay away from individuals who are sick. Stay 6 feet away from others as much as possible. Please, please, please follow these recommendations for our community. Stay home. Stay well, and thank you.
Central Elementary is closing the playground effective immediately. Please do not send children to the playground, we cannot guarantee that they are germ-free, nor could we gatherings to ensure compliance with guidelines. We will have signs to stay off until further notice and hope this serves as a reminder to stick to outdoor activites that don't involve surfaces that can spread the virus. We still encourage our students to be active...Thanks
Hello Tioga Athletes - Your track coaches would love to stay connected and help you stay ACTIVE during this time. Please join our REMIND thread to receive at home workouts. www.remind.com/join/wctnf
The Tioga Innovation/Distance Learning Plan was approved Sunday, March 29 by the Department of Public Instruction and Governor Burgum's office. For more information regarding distance learning in Tioga, you may find the plan here: http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/8329
Good afternoon THS students. Our extended learning plan is approved. Your teachers are prepared and have done an awesome job getting started. You, our students, will be the ones to make this work! Use your piratek12.org email addresses & Google Classroom to set sail! Mr. O
High School Digital Bookshelf An entire library in one click! Fiction, Graphic Novels, Hi-Lo, Nonfiction, Young Adult https://bit.ly/2UIfGdv
Elementary Digital Bookshelf An entire library in one click! Beginning Readers, Chapter Books, Fiction, Graphic, Novels, Hi-Lo, Nonfiction, Picture Books https://bit.ly/3anj1pe
We are encouraging parents to sign their children up for Grab-Bag lunches. You can pick them up outside of Central on Monday-Friday from 11:30-12:30. Guidelines are on the letter, and there is a form to complete and sign if you are asking someone else to pick up lunches for you. We've had a great turnout-thank our fabulous cooks!
Just a friendly reminder for all TIOGA SENIORS and COLLEGE STUDENTS...log on to the THS High School homepage and complete the Tioga Dollars for Scholars, Elmer Ness, and Alva J. Fields Scholarships!
Happy Friday! We encourage families to participate in our Grab-Bag lunches as it is NOT income-based. If you choose to do so, please call 664-2333. Once you sign up,we assume you’ll eat every day. If, after you sign up, you change your mind, call the school or tell a cook that you won’t participate anymore. We hate to waste food! Thanks so much! Stay home. Stay well!
Good Morning Tioga High School! This is a lot different, but school is resuming session. Developing a daily routine is going to be a challenge during these strange times. Personal accountability and responsibility are at a new level. Make good decisions and we will be able to work our way through the bumps in the road. All students need to be logging in to their piratek12.org email addresses and accepting the invites to classes that may have been added to Classroom. Your teachers are to be contacting you by tomorrow. Many of them have materials posted for you already. Communication is going to be vital for your success. Talk to your teachers! Let them know if you have multiple classes over-scheduling each other. I would rather not move to using our master schedule so that all students would be occupied from 8:40-3:35, but we may have to go to a modified master schedule if we are not able to work together. We've got this! Don't get frustrated by the challenge. Embrace change. This is new for everybody, including our staff. Be flexible. Get up! Get going! Keep Sailing! Mr. Odegaard Brodie.Odegaard@k12.nd.us Bodegaard@piratek12.org 701.664.3606
Pickup went very well. Thank you to all those that came. *Buses are running now with deliveries. This is much earlier than we had planned but the day has gone very smooth and everything is ready! Please be looking for your afternoon bus route delivery!
Band students: If you need reeds or band supplies to last a while, I am at Tioga High School today during pickup. Percussionists will need sticks and a practice pad at home. Mrs. Lewis
Daily Morning Pledge with Mr. Schaffer. Here is a link to my direct school webpage: http://tiogand.apptegy.us/elementary-principal--3 When you scroll down you will see a link to click for Pledge.
A 5:00 view of what's been happening the last couple of days. It's all ready to go! Each student will be getting a CashWise tote with most of their supplies. These can then be reused to support CashWise as they have been there to support us. "Come and get it" and "we will deliver" tomorrow. Thanks to all of the staff members that helped.
Central Parents: teachers/aides/cooks/janitors/secretaries have been working hard the last few days as we prepare for distance learning. Communication will be a big key to our success for student learning during our last quarter. Teachers will be reaching out to you, if they haven't already, by Friday, March 27th on expectations. I will be available for any questions or concerns. You can email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call 701-664-3441 and I will get the message. Do not hesitate to contact me...."Work like a Captain and Play Like a Pirate!" Thanks...
Central Parents, we will have pick up tomorrow (Wednesday, March 25th, 2020) starting at 10am. We will have you pick up at Door # 9 or #10, these doors are located on the gym (Benson street). We will have aides by the door and they will get your child’s things and bring to you. If you have multiple children, you can pick up at one time. We are asking parents to pick up at the following times: grades k-1 @ 10-11am, grades 2-3 at 11am-12pm, and grades 4-6 at 12-1pm. Please practice social distancing while waiting outside the building. We will also have tables located outside with lost and found items, what is not picked up will be washed and donated. We will have boxes/totes by door #1 for library books, bookmobile books, rec wrestling singlets, basketball practice jersey/shorts/game jersey to be dropped off. If you are a bus student, we will have bus drivers drive their routes and drop off items. You will also be able to give bus drivers library books, bookmobile books, wrestling singlets and basketball jerseys/shorts/practice jerseys to bring back. If bus parents plan to pick up their student’s items, please let bus drivers know. If you are not able to pick up items please contact your classroom teacher or the school, so we can make arrangements. Teachers will be making contact to you about expectations by Friday, March 27th, if they haven’t already.
THS 7-12 Students: I will post pics later, but you should see our cafeteria right now! Thanks to a great crew, all of your lockers have been cleaned out (which will make that process easier for everyone later hopefully). We are prepared for pickup tomorrow (10-11 for grades 11 & 12, 11-12 for grades 9 & 10, and 12-1:00 for grades 7 & 8) and afternoon bus route delivery. Those time frames will help us, but come when available between 10:00-1:00 if able please. Textbooks, FCS projects, Art projects, Ag projects, band instruments; it seems like everything is leaving but the kitchen sink. It is really weird. But expect a load when you show up. Please plan to pull up parallel to the curb out the main entrance (similar to bus loading) and we will plan to deliver your materials to you in your vehicles, one, two, or three at a time. If a line forms, we will extend that to the west parking lot (out the cafeteria doors). You will not be able to enter the building. Let us offer curbside delivery please. We have probably over-packed supplies for many of you but trust that you will return materials to the school as check-in is needed - hopefully when we are back in school in the building. You may be missing some materials, but everything we have from your lockers, classrooms, etc. that we know of is packed. If you are missing materials, check what you had brought home Friday, March 13th, in backpacks, vehicles, etc. THIS IS ESPECIALLY TRUE FOR CHROMEBOOKS AND CHARGE CABLES! We packed what we could find. If a Chromebook comes home with no charger, check your backpack, etc. to make sure that you do not have it. If you need something, call me at the school (664-3606) starting on THURSDAY, and we will try to make arrangements to get things to you. There is value in making sure you keep track of your charge cords as well. Please make an attempt to do so. We may be running very low on charge cables as several have been misplaced, etc. If you have extra materials to return, bring them with and drop them off. We have NOT packed up any materials from the PE locker rooms at this time. As we learn more about how long we may be out of the building, we will look to do a lockerroom pickup as well, but would like you involved in that process. If something essential is needed, call on THURSDAY and we will try to work through that. Please be checking your piratek12.org emails as well as your k12.nd.us accounts. Your teaching staff has done a tremendous job on short notice in preparation to continue with distance education! You have messages waiting in Google Classroom as well as in Teams. Use what formats you have been using in classes, and look for announcements from your teachers on what may have changed. Many of your classes are already in the mode for a soft rollout and you should be reached by all teachers by Friday. Full scale learning has a hard deadline of April 1st. Missing you all and hoping you are doing your part! If anyone is looking for a chat, email@example.com is my main school email address, but you will find me in many of your Google Classrooms now as well! Stay well! Pirates thrive in sailing uncharted waters! Mr. Odegaard
Parents/Guardians For K-6 For classroom counseling lessons, I am going to be utilizing the Seesaw app for grades K-6. I am going to have classroom teachers send home a seesaw form that will show you exactly what to do to set up your students account. This is how I will reach out to you and our students for assignments, check-ins, etc. Please make sure to download the app if you don’t already have it and follow the instructions on the paper given. Thank you! Mrs. Benson
Starting Tuesday, March 24, grab lunches will be distributed at Central by Door 8 (north corner by the gym) was from 11:30-12:30. If you have signed up, you don’t have to call. If you haven’t and want to participate, call 664-2333 or 664-3441.
Scholarship Alert! The scholarship application deadline for the Kingsley T. Davidson Memorial Scholarship Trust has been extended from April 1st to April 15th.
Hello from the Library! I am in the process of getting junior high and high school library books out to as many students as possible. Please let me know what you are interested in reading. I will do my best to send books home with your school supplies that parents are picking up on Wednesday. My goal is to get a book(s) to every student! Send requests to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks...stay healthy...read on! Mrs. Larson
Scholarship Alert! Reuben T. Guenthner Scholarship deadline changed to April 15th by NOON. For more information go to: https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cte.nd.gov%2Fsites%2Fwww%2Ffiles%2Fdocuments%2FStudents%2FGuenthnerScholarship.pdf&data=01%7C01%7Ctom.larson%40K12.ND.US%7C1b8eddb822e749a474f108d7cf4e00c9%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0&sdata=Kb%2BSNbHcseWu2y%2BcocU02bZhTr7q9UzU1xaQeuiKkiY%3D&reserved=0
Thank you to all who have completed the online survey regarding devices and home internet access. To those households who indicated that they DO NOT have internet access, the school should have contacted you with a solution to get connected as we prepare for distance learning. Please contact the district at 664-3606 on Monday if you do not have internet access and you have not been contacted by us yet!
Thomas Larson’s online office. For personal communication about confidential counseling with me, students and parents can visit the following link. It is HIPPA certified and offers video and audio interaction. I will be available during normal school hours and beyond if necessary. Please continue to use my email, and phone for texting/phone conversations. If you use the doxy.me link for secure and confidential contact and it indicates I’m not available send, call, or message me when you would like to use doxy and I will enter my cyber office. The link is: https://doxy.me/mrlarsonsoffice I look forward to working with all of you!
In preparation for distance learning, chrome books, books, some personal belongings will be packed up by staff. For students in TOWN, the following schedules have been set for WEDNESDAY, March 25, when you can pick these items up: Central by Door 1: Grades K-1: 10:00-11:00 Grades 2-4: 11:00-12:00 Grades 5-6: 12:00-1:00 High School by main lobby: Grades 11-12: 10:00-11:00 Grades 9-10: 11:00-12:00 Grades 7-8: 12:00-1:00 Students who ride the BUS: The bus will follow its normal route and will deliver your items to your house. If no one is able to receive those items, they will be taken back to the schools and you can contact the school the next day to make arrangements to come and pick them up. We are planning to start the online learning program on Thursday. Some teachers may begin earlier with activities to help with this tool of instruction. If you have an available device, check your email or other ways you have communicated with teachers for more information. This is new for many of you and new for us. Together, it will be an effective tool. Thanks for patience. Stay home. Stay well!
Scholarship Alert! The Frank A. Wenstrom & M. Esther Wenstrom Foundation and John Eberle Scholarship Fund deadline was moved to April 15th. If you misplaced your applications you can find them on American State Bank and Trust Co, of Williston website. https://www.asbt.com/Trust/ScholarshipsGrants
Tioga Schools will start grab bag lunch and breakfast on Monday, March 23 from 1:00-4:00 at Central. Pickups will be outside by Door 1. If interested, call THS TODAY before 4:30 at 7016642333 to reserve the bags.
From Thomas Larson-School Counselor Many students and parents have and continue to communicate with me through distant modes. For students and parents who do not have my contact information I am and will continue to be available through the following contacts: Tom.email@example.com. Or text/call 701-641-3255. Education and mental health issues can and will be addressed. Do not concern over the day or time. I will be available at any hour. Seniors please stay active with scholarship applications. Deadline extensions are rapidly changing and I will keep you notified as they occur. Please continue to allow me to assist you in any area I can. More modes of communication will be forthcoming and that information will be forwarded to you. Stay safe and take an active role in taking care of each other as we move forward in providing necessary services to you. I miss all of you and look forward to hearing from you.
Tioga Schools will NOT hold classes in the buildings “until further notice.” The buildings will not be open-there is no guarantee anyone will be on site and student and community members cannot be in our buildings. We have started working on “Opportunity Learning” or as may be better known as online learning. Watch for information next week as we gear up to deliver instruction. Please stay home. Stay well! Thank you!
Superintendents were told by the ND Dept. Of Instruction that Governor Burgum will announce tomorrow at 4:00 if schools will be closed next week. As soon as I hear, I will post to the Tioga app, Facebook, and Twitter. Stay home. Stay well.
We are asking our families for help in filling out this survey ASAP in order to better plan for continuing the education of your students. We are exploring options of remote/online learning for students as we follow the recommendations of our state governor and President of the United States in an effort to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Only ONE parent/guardian per household needs to submit this form. Please use the following link: https://forms.gle/9UpaJ2YgyNZpio7R7
As we are social distancing, a reminder to high school students enrolled in NDCDE courses. Courses are still in session. Please be diligent in your studies, watch your due dates and stay on track. We don't have all the answers for how this will all work out. Stay committed!
Gear Up for Kindergarten is postponed until schools are allowed to have other activities!
We have also been asked to notify Hunters Safety course participants that class has been postponed. Classes were scheduled to begin Mon., March 16. Future class dates will be passed along when information becomes available.
Tioga schools will NOT have school Monday-Friday due to Governor Burgum’s announcement that schools will be closed all week. Watch for announcements for next week. The school is closed to ALl activities to include any use of the gym or weight room. Stay home. Stay well. Thank you!
Please read the following press release below from the NDHSAA. All NDHSAA Sponsored Activities at Tioga High School are currently suspended. We sincerely hope everyone remains safe and we can resume normal operations soon. Wishes of health for all! "March 13, 2020 2:45 pm FARGO – On Friday, March 13, due to the Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump the NDHSAA Main School Contact, NDHSAA will suspend play at the 2020 NDHSAA Class A Basketball State Tournament and all remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason State Tournaments including the 2020 NDHSAA Class B Boys Basketball State Tournament. In addition to the remaining 2020 NDHSAA Winter Postseason Basketball State Tournaments being suspended, all remaining fine arts and spring sports seasons have been suspended indefinitely, which includes practices and game contests. Further information will be released as it becomes available. Brenda Schell, NDHSAA Assistant Director"
The Powers Lake Jamboree (scheduled for Saturday, March 14th) has been postponed and rescheduled for April 4th.
The DL-B wrestling tourney in Berthold is STILL on for tonight (March 13th). The wrestling tourney in Kenmare tomorrow(March 14th) is cancelled. We will keep you updated to any changes on the Tioga Wrestling page or the Tioga School webpage.
Parent update on the coronavirus as of March 13, 2020. Please use the following link to view the Tioga PSD policies concerning significant diseases. Specifically pages 38-46. https://go.aws/38MZTiH
You will notice in your child's backpack a Home & School Connection, which will help: 1) Improve school success 2) Foster the home and school partnership 3) Make learning fun with simple activities 4) Enhance parenting skills and discipline 5) Build positive character traits 6) Strengthen family life March's has a a piece on standardized testing, which we will be starting after spring break(March 23rd) for grades 3-6 at Central. Grades 3-6 will be tested in ELA and Math. Grade 4 will also be tested in Science. On days of testing it is important for your child to be in school and well rested. Ask teacher about testing schedule. Here's eight simple tips for parents to help your child perform his or her best on testing days. 1) Prioritize attendance and homework. ... 2) Communicate with your child's teacher. ... 3) Talk to your child about test taking. ... 4) Offer positive reinforcement. ... 5) Support healthy habits. ... 6) Give your child a study space. ... 7) Keep testing in perspective. 8) Debrief after the test.
SRO Amy Nickoloff from Williams County Sheriff's department is in with Central 5th grade classes doing the D.A.R.E. program..... D.A.R.E. envisions a world in which students everywhere are empowered to respect others and choose to lead lives free from violence, substance use, and other dangerous behaviors. D.A.R.E. IS SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION AND MUCH MORE! This year millions of school children around the world will benefit from D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education), the highly acclaimed program that gives kids the skills they need to avoid involvement in drugs, gangs, and violence. D.A.R.E. was founded in 1983 and has proven so successful that it has been implemented in thousands of schools throughout the United States and 50+ other countries. D.A.R.E. is a police officer-led series of classroom lessons that teaches children from kindergarten through 12th grade how to resist peer pressure and live productive drug and violence-free lives.
Spring Picture Day is going to be different compared to Spring Pictures in the past. LifeTouch is getting away from sending pictures home and keeping what you want. Where now, you have to pre-order or a proof will be sent home after picture day to order. Your sons or daughters should have or will have picture forms. Any questions call the office....
Donuts with Cops is rescheduled for Friday, March 6th at Central Cafeteria for breakfast.....
Reminder that March is reading month at Central, with a theme of "BE A RAD READER!" Dress up Days: Monday, March 2nd is Dr Seuss Day and students can wear hats and crazy socks. Tuesday, March 3rd is Bedtime stories and students can wear pajamas. Wednesday, March 4th is Read Me and students wear a shirt with words on it. Thursday, March 5th is Hunt for a good book and students wear camo. Friday, March 6th is Let's C.O.L.O.R. (Celebrate Our Love Of REading) with grades wearing the following colors: K-orange, 1st-purple, 2nd-yellow, 3rd-green, 4th-red, 5th-blue and 6th-black. If you would like to volunteer and read contact classroom teacher or the school. thanks
The Boys Basketball team will play again today in the District 16 Tourney in Stanley. 4:30 vs Burke County. Good Luck Pirates!
We had the Tioga American Legion at Central during our assembly to explain the flag, the pledge and what they do...Each student received a small flag from the Legion. We stood and honored our flag with the anthem. We said the pledge as a group, which Jim Prather recorded and will broadcast on the radio.. Thank You Tioga American Legion for all you have done, past, present and future......
Congrats to following Central students for being Character Students of the Month: K Germundson--Abe McCarthy K Molenda--Harlow Moberg 1 Leupp--Arabella Rosas 1 Dauwalder--Tate Rice 2 Klug--Madden Johnson 2 Lyon--Jerol Gohrick 3 Iverson--Meadow Meyer 3 Long--Bella Slough 4 King--Weston Laliim 4 Heier--Stephanie Delrio 5 Mosley--Brackon Jackson 5 DeMoe--Kambree Johnson 6 Orlenas--Amanda Kingston 6 Roses--Taylor Brown
Reminder Donuts with Dads tomorrow (Friday, February 28th) at Central starting at 7:30am to 8:30am....
It's now the boy's turn! The District 16 BBB Tourney starts on Friday in Stanley. Tioga will play Stanley in Game #2 at approximately 6:00. For those unable to make it, the tourney will be streamed on the NFHSnetwork. If you had a subscription for our home games/activities, it will work here as well. Go Pirates! Good Luck!
CONGRATULATIONS to the 126# STATE CHAMPION from the Williams County Firestorm, ETHAN WONSER!
Boys Basketball Games tonight: NSP is still fighting illness. Tonight's games will be modified to not extend quarter limitations for players yet still get games in. The JV game will be shortened to likely only 2 quarters. The JV game will start at 6:00 with a full varsity game to follow. If more than 2 quarters are able to be played, we will and will run a little later. The Cheer Camp performances will be the younger group prior to the varsity game and the older group at halftime of the varsity game. 1st group should be at the school at 6:00 and the 2nd group 6:45 as the varsity game may start earlier. We apologize for the vagueness of scheduling tonight, but at this time we are uncertain how the day will unfold with the health of players. At the end of the season, rescheduling options are very limited. We appreciate tour understanding.
Spelling Bee results: 1st Grade - Maya Loveridge 1st Place 2nd Grade - Amber Wilhelmy 1st Place 5th Grade - Marriane Reyes 1st Place Middle School - Kaden Keller 4th Place Kasey Odegaard 1st Place Congrats to all!
Good luck to the following Central Students who will be representing Central in the William's County Spelling Bee today at Bakken School in Williston: Winners for Central Elementary 1st- Maya Loveridge 2nd-Amber Wilhelmy 3rd-Waylon Seelye 4th-Dulce DeLeon 5th-Marriane Reyes 6th-Baylee Rieniets
The flu has hit NSP. Tonight's BBB games with NSP have been postponed to Thursday, Feb. 20th at 5:45 and 7:15. Cheer Camp performances will take place with the same schedule on Thursday. GBB will practice after school today with BBB practicing at 5:45
ND Class B Region 3 Results for Williams County 106 Aaron Brimhall (12-15) placed 6th and scored 6.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Justin Hudson (Northern Lights) 27-18 won by decision over Aaron Brimhall (Williams County) 12-15 (Dec 8-6) Cons. Round 1 - Aaron Brimhall (Williams County) 12-15 won by fall over Cayne Rudolph (Stanley) 13-17 (Fall 4:19) Cons. Semi - Lane Cooper (Bishop Ryan) 35-22 won by fall over Aaron Brimhall (Williams County) 12-15 (Fall 0:57) 5th Place Match - Gunner Rakness (Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark) 20-18 won by decision over Aaron Brimhall (Williams County) 12-15 (Dec 7-2) 113 Rocker Aguilar (11-15) placed 5th and scored 5.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Gattlin Ledoux (Bishop Ryan) 26-25 won by fall over Rocker Aguilar (Williams County) 11-15 (Fall 0:24) Cons. Round 1 - Rocker Aguilar (Williams County) 11-15 received a bye () (Bye) Cons. Semi - Timothy Ford (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 25-10 won by fall over Rocker Aguilar (Williams County) 11-15 (Fall 4:33) 5th Place Match - Rocker Aguilar (Williams County) 11-15 won in sudden victory - 1 over Cooper Bredahl (Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark) 7-20 (SV-1 14-12) 120 Canvas Sanders (31-8) placed 2nd and scored 20.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Canvas Sanders (Williams County) 31-8 won by fall over Elizabeth Massine (Velva) 8-28 (Fall 1:39) Semifinal - Canvas Sanders (Williams County) 31-8 won by fall over Octavio Alvarez (Bishop Ryan) 38-20 (Fall 4:49) 1st Place Match - Jakob Hudson (Northern Lights) 37-4 won by fall over Canvas Sanders (Williams County) 31-8 (Fall 3:47) 126 Ethan Wonser (40-4) placed 1st and scored 24.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Ethan Wonser (Williams County) 40-4 won by fall over Kenny Smith (Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark) 2-10 (Fall 1:19) Semifinal - Ethan Wonser (Williams County) 40-4 won by fall over Logan Berg (MonDak) 17-19 (Fall 3:21) 1st Place Match - Ethan Wonser (Williams County) 40-4 won by decision over Gunnar Mogen (Velva) 41-9 (Dec 4-2) 132 Cristian Lagunes (38-14) placed 2nd and scored 17.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Cristian Lagunes (Williams County) 38-14 won by major decision over Triton Kaercher (Velva) 20-26 (MD 12-1) Semifinal - Cristian Lagunes (Williams County) 38-14 won by decision over Connor Harvey (Bishop Ryan) 26-10 (Dec 7-4) 1st Place Match - Riley Odden (Rugby) 41-12 won by major decision over Cristian Lagunes (Williams County) 38-14 (MD 14-4) 138 Hugo Garcia (17-15) placed 3rd and scored 12.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Hugo Garcia (Williams County) 17-15 received a bye () (Bye) Semifinal - Keyton Meiers (Stanley) 32-8 won in sudden victory - 1 over Hugo Garcia (Williams County) 17-15 (SV-1 3-1) Cons. Semi - Hugo Garcia (Williams County) 17-15 won by decision over Wesley Harvey (Bishop Ryan) 10-8 (Dec 6-5) 3rd Place Match - Hugo Garcia (Williams County) 17-15 won by fall over Aden Jensen (Rugby) 8-11 (Fall 1:56) 145 Angel Guerrero (17-20) placed 5th and scored 5.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Diontrea Andersen (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 22-17 won by fall over Angel Guerrero (Williams County) 17-20 (Fall 1:57) Cons. Round 1 - Angel Guerrero (Williams County) 17-20 received a bye () (Bye) Cons. Semi - cade McCloud (Northern Lights) 40-15 won by fall over Angel Guerrero (Williams County) 17-20 (Fall 2:23) 5th Place Match - Angel Guerrero (Williams County) 17-20 won by decision over Isaac Christenson (Rugby) 15-25 (Dec 10-4) 152 Dylan Tabbert (16-24) placed 4th and scored 12.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Dylan Tabbert (Williams County) 16-24 won by decision over Gavin Houle (Northern Lights) 23-22 (Dec 8-2) Semifinal - Bransyn Yanish (Velva) 32-6 won by fall over Dylan Tabbert (Williams County) 16-24 (Fall 1:35) Cons. Semi - Dylan Tabbert (Williams County) 16-24 won by injury default over Coy Okeson (Bishop Ryan) 18-20 (Inj. 3:26) 3rd Place Match - Skyler Ford (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 24-6 won by fall over Dylan Tabbert (Williams County) 16-24 (Fall 0:29) 160 Clayton Grove (12-15) place is unknown and scored 0.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Michael Thomas (Velva) 30-11 won by fall over Clayton Grove (Williams County) 12-15 (Fall 0:29) Cons. Round 1 - Isaac Herbel (Northern Lights) 21-18 won by fall over Clayton Grove (Williams County) 12-15 (Fall 0:35) 170 Parker Sandstrom (32-16) placed 3rd and scored 18.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Parker Sandstrom (Williams County) 32-16 won by fall over Brenden Hedges (Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark) 5-17 (Fall 1:38) Semifinal - Darrion Wilson (Northern Lights) 30-21 won by fall over Parker Sandstrom (Williams County) 32-16 (Fall 3:50) Cons. Semi - Parker Sandstrom (Williams County) 32-16 won by fall over Bram Johannsen (Bishop Ryan) 15-29 (Fall 4:29) 3rd Place Match - Parker Sandstrom (Williams County) 32-16 won by fall over Andrew Christensen (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 11-21 (Fall 2:21) 182 Cameron Johnson (22-8) placed 3rd and scored 14.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Cameron Johnson (Williams County) 22-8 received a bye () (Bye) Semifinal - Bryce Selzler (Velva) 25-6 won by fall over Cameron Johnson (Williams County) 22-8 (Fall 1:52) Cons. Semi - Cameron Johnson (Williams County) 22-8 won by fall over Alex Bly (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 7-16 (Fall 1:50) 3rd Place Match - Cameron Johnson (Williams County) 22-8 won by fall over Ezera Wuori (Northern Lights) 23-16 (Fall 2:42) 195 Jayce Murdock (15-10) placed 3rd and scored 18.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Jayce Murdock (Williams County) 15-10 won by fall over Jaxson Holter (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 1-5 (Fall 3:19) Semifinal - Wyatt Hanson (Velva) 17-9 won by fall over Jayce Murdock (Williams County) 15-10 (Fall 4:38) Cons. Semi - Jayce Murdock (Williams County) 15-10 won by fall over Joaquin Salgado (Stanley) 8-21 (Fall 1:44) 3rd Place Match - Jayce Murdock (Williams County) 15-10 won by fall over Jaxson Holter (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 1-5 (Fall 3:11) 220 Keaton Brunelle (12-16) placed 3rd and scored 18.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Keaton Brunelle (Williams County) 12-16 won by fall over Christian Gamboa (Northern Lights) 14-17 (Fall 1:38) Semifinal - Jerimiah Jespersen (Velva) 28-9 won by fall over Keaton Brunelle (Williams County) 12-16 (Fall 0:21) Cons. Semi - Keaton Brunelle (Williams County) 12-16 won by fall over Landon Zietz (Rugby) 6-20 (Fall 2:36) 3rd Place Match - Keaton Brunelle (Williams County) 12-16 won by medical forfeit over Noah Swegarden (Bishop Ryan) 38-16 (M. For.) 285 Chris Garcia (15-15) placed 5th and scored 8.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Zane Miller (Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central) 32-16 won by fall over Chris Garcia (Williams County) 15-15 (Fall 1:11) Cons. Round 1 - Chris Garcia (Williams County) 15-15 won by fall over Deryck Lang (MonDak) 4-24 (Fall 2:21) Cons. Semi - Jordan Robbins (Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark) 26-23 won by fall over Chris Garcia (Williams County) 15-15 (Fall 2:08) 5th Place Match - Chris Garcia (Williams County) 15-15 won by decision over Jonathan Leonard (Northern Lights) 10-7 (Dec 8-3)
What a day for Pirate and Firestorm athletics! First the wrestlers qualify 9 for the state tourney, finish as the Runner-up in the team race and have an awesome day hosting the Region III wrestling tourney. Just now the Lady Pirates defeated Burke Co. 48-38 to qualify for the Region 8 tourney on Monday, Feb. 24th. First time since 2011! CONGRATULATIONS to all!
It's a busy weekend! The Lady Pirates GBB team will play Stanley tonight in the District 16 Tourney semifinals in Crosby. Game time will be around 7:30. Good Luck Pirates! Tomorrow, the Firestorm wrestling team will host the Region III Individual Wrestling Tourney. Come out for a great day of wrestling and support these kids as they work to qualify for the State tourney. Wrestling starts at 10:00. Good Luck Firestorm!
7th and 8th grade Science Fair projects are being judged this afternoon in the THS lunchroom. The community is welcome to attend from 3:00-3:30.
Booth's bus route will be running late this afternoon. Sorry for the inconvenience!
If you would like a copy of Jack and beanstalk, please call the office. The jump drives cost $10 for Dave T to purchase. Thanks
Reminder that the Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences are tonight from 4:00-9:00. For elementary parents, if you have not signed up for a time or haven't been contacted by your child's teacher, please reach out to the teacher. We look forward to seeing everyone tonight!
Registration is now open for 4-6th grade basketball. Tentative start date is March 2nd. Please register at your earliest convenience so we can make sure we have correct amount/sizing of uniforms. Register at: https://tiogarec.sportngin.com/register/form/765821037 Any questions contact Andrea Keever or any other Rec director. Thanks
Tioga High School’s Tech Team, MainFrame Meltdown, is competing at State competition in Bismarck! We have already had a busy morning with robot inspections and interviews! Live stream link: https://youtu.be/WCsHBpCzqQg
Can you do pirate alert: Tioga Rec Elementary K-3 basketball players will play at halftime of the varsity games tomorrow. K/1 please be there at 6p, they will be performing at halftime of the varsity girls game. 2/3 please be there at 7p, they will be performing at halftime of the varsity boys game. Any questions contact Andrea Keever or Deb DeMoe.
Band and Choir Music Booster Meeting tonight at 7pm in the High School Cafeteria All are welcome and encouraged to come, more active members are needed. Hope to see you there! Ella Lewis
Central will be off limits starting at 6pm tonight and not open till Sunday morning. We are trying to help combat the germs in the building. If you have any questions please give Mr. Schaffer a call at Central. Getting Healthy!!!!!!
TIOGA SCHOOL will run start 2 hours late today. Buses will run 2 hrs late. No breakfast.
TIOGA Schools will be running buses and starting classes 2 hours late on Friday, January 24 due to the fog.
If you have any women’s golf clubs that you no longer need, you are welcome to donate them to the Tioga Girls Golf Program.
BBB vs Kenmare tonight from the THS Gym. 5:45 JV. 7:15 Varsity. If you can't make it to the games in person tonight, BEK TV is here to broadcast the varsity game! Thank you to those sponsors that make that happen. Both the JV and Varsity games are scheduled to be broadcast on the NFHSNetwork as well.
The Girls' Basketball games tonight will be played in Plaza. The JH Boys game will be at the Stanley Elementary School. Good Luck Pirates!
Attention Pirate Football Players grades 7-12 for 2020-2021 season interested in a 2 day Quarterback camp in Jamestown, ND on June 13-14. Read attached flyer and if interested visit this site: www.jefftrickeyqbcamps.com If any questions contact Coach Schaffer.
Just a notice of the start times for tonight's Girls' Basketball games vs Mandaree. The JV game will start at 5:15 with Varsity at 6:45. Good Luck Pirates!
Activities taking place in the Tioga High School Gymnasium are now able to be livestreamed! We have partnered with the NFHSNetwork to be able to broadcast our activities to those unable to attend activities in person. Purchasing a subscription to the NFHSNetwork will allow for unlimited access to not only our home activities, but also for thousands of high school sporting events around the United States. Other area schools are also joining the NFHSNetwork which will make “attending” some of those out of town activities a little easier. For those who are “snowbirding”, you can still stay caught up with Pirate and Firestorm athletics. Let those relatives out of town know there is now an option for watching from long distances. We have the Pixellot camera system installed in our Gym and we were able to run a test at last night’s Girls’ Basketball game vs. Divide County. Not only was it a big win for the Lady Pirates on the court, but the NFHSNetwork broadcast of the game was a success! There will also be a system installed at the football field for football games in the fall. It is unclear how the automatic camera system will operate with track and field events. To follow the Pirates or for out of town fans unable to follow your teams to Tioga, * head to https://www.nfhsnetwork.com . * In the search bar at the top of the page, search for: Tioga High School – Tioga, ND. * Click the subscribe button in the top right corner. There is a monthly subscription fee of $10.99 or an annual fee option. Athletes, broadcasts should eventually be tied to Hudl accounts. Otherwise, home games should also be available On Demand now as well. Good Luck Pirates!
Happy New Year! It's back to basketball with the Lady Pirates hosting Divide Co. tonight and the Pirate boys hosting Berthold Friday night. Tonight's games are JH, JV, and Varsity beginning at 4:30. **There will not be kitchen concessions available tonight** Friday night games are JV and Varsity beginning at 5:45. Good Luck Pirates!
Congrats to the following Central students for winning Character Student of the Month for December: Chloe Nygaard, Teagan Lalim, Maya Loveridge, Serena Little, Tucker Rice, Trynitee Brown, Blessing Mwende, Clay Placek, Atley Pagel, Dulce DeLeon, McCoy Jorstad, Mekiah Twinn, Sasha Durfee, Kaily Saldana
Home Wrestling tonight! TONIGHTS ACTION!!! 1st Dual Under The Mat Light Come Support The Firestorm Wrestlers! STARTS AT 6:00 PM Stanley vs Williston
Central Concert tonight starting with grades 1 through 3 starting at 5:30pm. There will be an intermission between concerts. Grades 4 through 6 starting at 7pm. We will have doors open at 5pm. Doors # 1, 2 and 8 will be open. Door #2 is the door that goes out to the playground, so if you park on main street you can cut through playground and enter door #2. FAT C will be selling items in the Music room. Tioga Travelers will be selling concessions in the cafeteria.
Can you beat their time of 15:44? The Escape Room is ready! 4-8th grade ($10 per person, easier room) 9th grade -Adult ($15 per person) Register your group at http://bit.ly/TiogaEscape19
Music Students and Parents: please sign up to help with boosters, thank you! https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/60b094ba5aa2fa20-thsband1 Mrs. Lewis
Basketball K-3rd grades! January 7th - 30th, 2020 Tuesdays and Thursdays Tioga Community Center; 4-5p $35 (includes t-shirt) Coach: Deb Demoe Register at tiogarec.com or use link below. https://tiogarec.sportngin.com/register/form/656694743…
Christmas Wreaths!!! THS Student Council has 6 wreathes remaining. $20 per wreath. Call 701-641-3255
Congratulations to Kaden Pederson and Karter Longie for placing nationally in the top 12 for the FBLA Fall LifeSmarts Challenge! They have qualified to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference this summer in Salt Lake City.
Please attend the THS Band and Choir Concert tonight, Dec. 3, 7:30, at the Tioga High School. Enjoy soup and sandwiches before the performance!
Reminder of the early out today for Teacher Professional Development. Central will dismiss at 12:50 and the High School 1:00. Happy Thanksgiving!
Come on over to Jam in your Jammies! K-2nd grade from 3:45-4:45pm 3rd-4th grades from 5-6:30pm 5th-6th grades from 7-9pm You can wear your pajamas to school the day of and come on back to party, have treats and dance at your given time that afternoon/evening. To kick-off our Backpack Program the admission for the dance is One Item for the backpacks or $1 towards the program! The Holiday season is finally here, come join us for some Christmas Cheer!
Reminder about basketball camp tomorrow Saturday November 23rd at tioga high school for boys/girls in grades K-6. Grades K-1 from 8am to 9am, grades 2-3 from 9:30 to 10:30 and grades 4-6 from 11am to 12:30. Cost is $20. Contact Pat Alberts 641-7588.
Tioga Schools is advertising for a Jr High Wrestling Coach, starting immediately. Interested persons should contact Brodie Odegaard at 7016642333. Open until filled. EOE
Monday November 18th there will be a parents meeting for the JV/Varsity Boys Basketball team grades 9-12. The meeting will take place at the Tioga Ambulance Bay at 7 pm. Please call Pat Alberts with any questions (701-641-7588).
Wonderful Northwest Concert! Students selected by audition, held at MSU. Tioga Students: Betsy, Jessi, Riley, and Sophia Watch Here: minotstateu.edu/nwmusic/
Parent-Teacher Conferences are tonight from 4:00-7:00 at both Central Elementary and the high school. Please attend!
Congratulations to the THS Drama Club for placing 5th at the Region 9 contest today. Myra Morton (honorable mention) and Jessi Daniel (superior) also earned individual awards.
Here are Central's Honor Choir students: Tessa Buxton, Presley Hill, Brenna Hollingshead, Karli Longie, Quincee Eide, Sara Taylor, Aleigha McDaniel, Destyni Woods, Keira Driskill, Marriane Reyes, Abagail Ferguson, Nora Hanson, Madison Eraas, Nathaniel Tims, Jakob Peterson, AriAnna Post, Aletta Nelson, Kambree Johnson Of those students only six were chosen to compete in Minot and those students are: Quincee Eide, Marriane Reyes, Destyni Woods, Nathaniel Tims, Aletta Nelson, and Abagail Ferguson. Congrats and thanks Mr. Osthus....
CHRISTMAS WREATHS Tioga high school student council continues to take orders for 20 inch Christmas wreaths!!! They are $20 each. Get your order in today! They are going fast. We ordered 200 wreaths and over 100 are already spoken for! Contact any student council member or call 701-641-3255. All wreaths will be delivered before Thanksgiving break. money for the orders will be due at time of delivery. Thank you for your support of our Youth leaders!
At Central, we will have a table full of clothes that are looking for homes. Please visit the lost and found table which will be in the hallway by office during parent teacher conferences tonight and Thursday. Pants, sweatshirts, and other items..thanks
Reminder of Parent Teacher Conferences tonight and Thursday form 4:00-7:00 pm at both buildings. Elementary conferences are scheduled and high school conferences are come and go. Please visit with your children's teachers to work together in furthering their education.
Follow the link below for the 2019-20 Tioga Endowment Fund Application. http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/8342
Community Members: Please complete the survey before Nov. 14. Thanks for your help. https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/121472/3912
Congratulations to the Pirate Volleyball team on their 3-1 victory over Burke County tonight! They will now face the Ray Jays on Monday at 5:30 in a Region Qualifier match at Stanley High School! Good Luck Pirates!
1st grade students in Miss Dauwalders class, please bring back your art to remember papers. The sub gave you the wrong paper. The code is specific to each child, so do not order and please bring those forms back. Thanks
Parents: Please complete the two surveys before Nov. 14. Thanks for your help. Links to Parent Surveys: https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/121529/3912 https://eprovesurveys.advanc-ed.org/surveys/#/action/121471/3912
Reminder of wrestling camp going on this weekend and Fish fry on Sunday. Any questions contact Coach Anderson. Firestorm Wrestling Camp schedule Friday Nov. 1st 7:00pm-9:00pm Grades 7-12 Saturday November 2nd 8:30am-10:00am grades 1-6 10:30-12:00 grades 7-12 1:30pm-3:00 pm grades 1-6 3:30pm-5pm grades 7-12 Any parents bringing homemade desserts for the fish fry on Sunday can drop them off during the afternoon sessions on Saturday.
The Volleyball team will play in an elimination match of the District 16 Tourney today in Stanley versus Burke Co. at 4:00. Good Luck Pirates! The National Anthem will be great too as members of the THS Choir are prepared to sing for the tournament today as well.
We had peculiar smell at Central today. So to be on the safe side we evacuated, had MDU check it out and found out it was nothing. We believe it was an odor from outside the building that got into our building through our fresh air exchange on the roof. Students received an extra extended recess today. Any questions call Mr. Schaffer at Central. Thanks
Safety of all our students, parents, community and staff are of paramount concern to the school district, and we take it very seriously. We require your assistance to ensure the safety of all students and community. Please note the following and adhere to the procedures that are in place to protect the safety of students. When dropping off or picking up your child, make sure to park your vehicle and do not wait in the middle of the road. This is a big problem in the mornings in front of Central. During Pick up time on Main Street, we will have an Aide help on the crosswalk after school. Please do not park in the crosswalk and please use the crosswalk. It is tough for vehicles to see between vehicles when students/parents walk across the street. Reminder you can drop off from Main street to the playground. We have aides on the playground starting at 8am. Do not make U-turns in front of Central During School Hours of 8:00am to 3:45pm. (This is the busiest time for students to be dropped off or picked up.) In Front of Central on Benson Street, we will have no parking from 8am-9am and again from 3pm-4pm. This means you can only drop off or immediately pick up during these times directly in front of Central. We will have signs out to help. If you need to come into Central in the morning, please park on the side streets or over by the playground side on Main Street. . If you have any questions please give me a call 701-664-3441, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop in to visit.
Central School Picture Info!! We have not received pictures back yet and they are not sure when they will ship! So retake day is postponed. Once we get the pictures we will schedule retakes. If you have any questions please call Lifetouch at 1-701-293-6356. Thank You!
PinkOut Shirts are being distributed TODAY! So make sure you have yours ready to wear TOMORROW NIGHT to any of the volleyball games. Thanks for the support!!!
Pirates lost 14-7 to Nedrose tonight for their final game of the year.
**PinkOut Volleyball Bake Sale** If you are looking for something to do over this 4 day weekend I say BAKE! The volleyball team will be selling baked goodies Monday and Tuesday at our Home Matches. ALL PROCEEDS raised will be donated LOCALLY (plus money raised from PinkOut Shirts). We would appreciate any and all baked goodies you could donate for those two nights!
Christmas Wreaths!!! For one year only the Tioga High School Student Council will take over the annual Christmas Wreath sales! Thank you class of 2021 and Mrs. Klabo for this opportunity! Orders will be taken from now and going into the first part of November. The wreaths are 12” and remain $20 each. All wreaths will be delivered before Thanksgiving break. To place an order please call or text 701-641-3255 or reach out to one of these student leaders: Alex Anderson, Abrianna Volz, Ethan Loveridge, Kennedi Keever, Branssen Volz, Moses Carr, Bethany Schmidt, Sara Iverson, Madelyn Carr, Elio Garcia, Cristian Lagunes, Karter Longie, Adeline Norgaard, Maelyn Sanders, Tim Staal, Asha Valliere, Clara Brimhall, Chloe Carr, Kaden Pederson. All 20 of these students will attend the State Student Council Convention in Bismarck on December 8, 9, and 10. These young leaders would greatly appreciate your support!
5th-6th grade football equipment return is tonight 10-15-19at 6:15 or tomorrow 10-16-19 @ 4:15 at the baseball field shed!
Fresh, hot, homemade tator-tot hotdish on a cool North Dakota fall day! Shout out to our kitchen staffs at both buildings that do a terrific job serving our students and staff! Our meals are terrific! Parents, we understand that sometimes lunch bills can be frustrating, but what a value when so well taken care of!
Tioga Lego Robotics 5th-6th grade team is in need of a couple team members. If your student is interested in joining please contact Ms. Klug at Sarah.email@example.com for more information.
Stanley had a change in their football schedule. We had a change in ours. We got together and added a football game with Stanley for tomorrow night. Tioga at Stanley. Tuesday, October 15th. 7:00 in Stanley for their Senior Night. This actually replaces the game from earlier in the season. Go Pirates!
Weather Changes! The Varsity football game with Kenmare this evening is on as scheduled! Kickoff at 7:00. KTGO 1090 AM, 92.7 FM will be there to broadcast if you are unable to make it. It can be streamed at BakkenBeacon.com or by downloading their app as well. The NWC Varsity volleyball tournament scheduled for tomorrow in Stanley has been POSTPONED with the make up date of Oct. 19th. There are 15 teams in this tournament and several of them are likely looking at travel difficulties tomorrow. We are aware that the makeup date is over a long weekend and other plans are likely in place for players, coaches, officials, and fans. Rescheduling a tournament involving 15 teams at this time of year is extremely difficult and personal plans may not be able to be changed. Regardless, the Pirates will be well represented and there to compete! Go Pirates! (Go AWAY storms!)
Tasha Schuh was scheduled to speak this week in North Dakota at Williston, Crosby, Tioga, Mandan, and Bismarck. Due to incoming winter weather Tasha has chosen to postpone her presentations this week in North Dakota. I am working with Crosby, Williston, and Tasha's husband/manager Doug in securing a new date for Tasha to present. Tasha is a highly sought after speaker so the soonest date for rescheduling will be in April. Together with Williston and Crosby we will nail down a day during the week of April 20th, 2020. The day we choose will come at a later time as all three of our schools let our calendars evolve into Spring. As soon as I know the exact day I will post it to our school social media. Thank you and have a great day!
Thanks to the THS Student Council and the assistance of the Bank of Tioga we have the privilege of hosting speaker Tasha Schuh this Thursday, October 10th at Tioga High School beginning at 1:00 p.m. Tasha focuses on who is in “your pit crew” because she believes that we all need a team to surround us and support us to be successful in our race of life. We can’t do life alone. She also uses the acronym PATH which focuses on four things that have helped her in her race: 1. Purpose 2. Attitude 3. Team 4. Hope Tasha’s story of tragedy, transformation, and triumph inspires students to know, no matter how difficult things can get, there is hope. If you would like to learn more about Tasha, and her story and message, her website is: www.tashaschuh.com.
Pirates lost 46-7 to Velva. Keep working..
The football game for 5th and 6th grade has been canceled for tonight 10-3-19. There also will be no practice.
No Cross Country today 10-3-19
FanCloth Gear that was ordered through Volleyball Program is scheduled to ship October 7 according to their production team.
Change to volleyball schedule!. Tuesday, October 1st, we will play two JH Volleyball matches vs. Powers Lake starting at 4:00. Matches will be JH, JH, JV, and Varsity at approximately 4:00, 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00.
The Powder Puff Flag Football Game will be moved to the THS gym. Game starts at 7pm tomorrow (Saturday). Concessions will be provided. $5 admission. Hope to see you there!
Pirates lost 16-8 tonight to Garrison. Played hard...
Pirates won 22-20 over South Prairie...Congrats
To go along with the last post, if you would like to get involved, there is an opportunity available. If you are interested in Line Judging home volleyball matches, please contact Mr. Odegaard at the high school. 701.664.3606. If you are interested in becoming an official, I would possibly be able to help you there as well. If you have other thoughts or ideas of what you could do to help our students, please let me know. Please contact me directly at the school or email Brodie.Odegaard@k12.nd.us . Thank you! Brodie Odegaard
Students and Parents! For an opportunity to explore careers in the Bakken on October 2nd go to: careers.bakkenoilshow.com
Advisory meetings the remainder of this week: Tuesday-NHS Wednesday-Homecoming Committee - School Picture Day! Thursday-LifeSmarts (9th-12th anyone interested) Friday-National FFA
BAND Students and Families: this Monday Night at 7pm at the High School there will be an Instrument Rental Night by Toby from Prairie Winds. He will explain his Rent to Own policy and forms for rental/purchase can be filled out on site. Hope to see you there! Mrs. Lewis
Tioga High School would like to thank CashWise and their employees for supporting our students and schools. Today they presented a check on behalf of the More Rewards program to the school. These funds will go in to the Special Projects fund to be used for a yet to be determined expense to directly impact students! Thank you CashWise and those patrons responsible for helping to make this happen! More Than A Great Deal!
Rec football for grades 2-4 is cancelled for tonight. Thanks
There will be no cross country tonight 9-12!
Reminder that Rec football for grades 2-4 starts tonight from 6pm to 7pm in front of Tioga High School on the practice field....
Advisory meetings the remainder of this week: Tuesday-FCCLA Wednesday-Senior Class Thursday-Flag Team (anyone interesting 7th-12th) Friday-Homecoming
No football practice tonight (9-9) for grades 5-6!!
Update to the volleyball game tonight: The two junior high games are at 4:00 & 5:00 in the Ray elementary gym. The C, JV, & V games are at 5,6,& 7:00 in the high school gym.
Reminder of the parent/signup meeting for Robotics tonight at 7pm in the Tioga High School Library. This is open to students in grades 5-12.
Mr. John Halligan is currently completing his second student assembly, Ryan's Story, to the 9-12 students at THS. It is a powerful message addressing Bullying/Cyberbullying, mental health, and suicide prevention. Reminder and encouragement for all parents and community members to attend his session this evening at 7:30 in the THS gym! He would love to share his thoughts with you.
Pastor Booth’s, Sara’s, and Dolly’s bus route drop off times this afternoon (Monday) may be later than usual. Dolly’s riders will be split between the other two routes because we can’t find a driver for her route. We appreciate your patience!
Message from Tioga Rec! Let's keep ALL students active! 4th - 6th volleyball starts Monday Aug 26th at 4p. Go to tiogarec.com to register
Pirates lost 43-15 today to New Salem. Keep working....
Robotics team meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 29th at 7 PM in the high school library. Students in grades 5-12 interested in participating and their parents are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Sarah Klug or Bridgette Odegaard at the high school.
The first day of school at THS yesterday had some great moments. One of them was at lunch time. There were a few students who saw others eating alone and asked them to join their group. Powerful! Yesterday no one ate alone. Today - more of the same, no one ate alone. Impressive! 173 more days of no one eating alone.
Make sure to visit our website or download the app to stay updated on important information such as lunch menus, upcoming activities, athletic schedules, and many other important documents. www.tioga.k12.nd.us
A couple of reminders-Tioga Schools start school on Thursday, August 22. We’re excited to see you! Open house is scheduled for Wednesday from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome to walk through the buildings!
https://fancloth.shop/WB2XF Above is the link to purchase Tioga Volleyball apparel for this season. GO PIRATES!
Very short notice, but any high school students that would like to hear a great leadership presentation, you are welcome to be at the high school at 4:30! Mr. Tom Cody spent today with our staff and would like to speak with as many students as possible. 4:30-6:00.
Thanks to everyone that came to help move today. With all the help, it only took 2 hours to move things into the classrooms. Again thanks, it was greatly appreciated.
We are moving today at Central starting at 1pm...Bring a friend and a dolly to help get teachers in there rooms....Thanks in advance for the help..
Reminder to High School students - if you need to finalize your class schedule, or if you have not registered yet, PLEASE stop in and see Mr. Odegaard. Friday afternoon would be a great opportunity to do so! (Or yet this afternoon if you are available) The first day of school is a difficult time to complete these tasks. Staff has P.D. next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. The 2019-2020 school year begins Thursday, August 22nd!
Mover Volunteers wanted!!! We are planning to start moving into the newly remodeled classrooms at Central on Sunday, August 18th at 1pm. This is the earliest that we will be able to move in and any help will be greatly appreciated. We are hoping to only move on this one day, so we can get teachers into their classrooms and get ready for school to start on Thursday, August 21st!!!! Any questions you can call Central at 701-664-3441 and talk to Steph or Mr. Schaffer....
Tioga High School is seeking an athletic director (AD) for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information, call Brodie Odegaard or Carolyn Eide at (701) 664-2333. Open until filled. EOE
FYI for those using the High School gym (open gyms, etc.)... Please do NOT use the coaches office exterior entry doors until next week Wednesday. Football players, we will get locker room access figured out. Please use other entries!
Volleyball Meeting for 9-12th grade athletes will be Monday, August 12 at 6:30pm. We will go over season expectations and hand out practice/game schedule. This will take place in the HS Library.
Reminder of High School Registration today and tomorrow from 9-5 (closed from 12-1). All students, new and returning, in grades 7-12 should register at the high school office.
Football players that are interested in playing football in grades 9-12, we will have a meeting at 7pm at High School gym on Monday, August 5th. We will fill out a brief bio sheet and get equipment. If you cannot make it, get a hold of one the coaches. Also, reminder to get your physical done before Monday, August 12th....
Both gyms are closed due to construction and waxing. Next Volleyball Open Gym will be Wednesday, August 7 at the HIGH SCHOOL.
As of July 31, school is still scheduled to start on August 22. Central’s renovation is on schedule. We will need volunteers on August 19-21 to help move back into the building. Please contact the elementary at (701) 664-3441 to volunteer!
Tioga Central Elementary is advertising for an elementary aide for the 2019-2020 school year. For more information, call Mr. Schaffer at 7016643441 or Mrs. Eide at 7016642333. EOE
The 2019-2020 high school sports schedules are now available at http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/70228
No Volleyball Open Gym Today. Next one will be WEDNESDAY at 6!
No Volleyball Open Gym Tonight! Postponed to Sunday (July 7) at 4pm.
Percussionists: A Drum Camp Opportunity https://www.visitwilliston.com/calendar/2019YamahaSoundsofSummerMusicCamp/?fbclid=IwAR0QRABh3gTr5L9zQYyHSu3GKc5ptCEOjWteWH9lb1-wHyM0bJ6Tr6_u2Wc
Tonight the kids find out how they did! Watch tonight's Awards of Excellence Program live here: https://youtu.be/jb_Jh3yWJCo #NLC
Volleyball Open Gym CHANGE: Open Gym will be WEDNESDAY EVENINGS with one COMBINED time. ALL PLAYERS grade 6-12 come play - starting at 6pm at Central Elementary.
The Tioga School Board Election is today from 11am to 7pm in the high school library. Please share and come out and vote!
Due to set up for Memorial Day service, there will be NO VOLLEYBALL OPEN GYM today. We will start NEXT Thursday, May 30. 4:30-6:00 (Junior High) 6:00-8:00 (High School)
The bike rodeo at the Tioga Medical Center is postponed!
The Tioga High School girls golf team has qualified for state! We will welcome them back into town about 5:45! Congrats girls! Congrats also to Kaden Pederson qualifying on the boys side!
We will be moving the larger items at Central from 9am till done (not sure when done is, but when it is I will post on our social media).... Just come in door #1 and they will send you our way. Thanks in advance......
Happy Wednesday! With there being only two days left of school we ask all parents make sure lunch balances and library fines are paid by tomorrow! Thank You!
Just a reminder that if you are looking or willing to help move boxes and miscellaneous items from classrooms to the cafeteria at Central, we will be moving from 9am to 4pm on May 13th & 14th. On Thursday the 16th we will be moving the bigger items into the hallways..We will be keeping the gym open so our youth and varsity programs can utilize the gym space....I will keep you posted through social media if we need to go evenings or additional days... Any question Please contact Mr. Schaffer at Central....Thanks
Students from Mrs. Carkuff’s Child Development class collaborated with the 1st grade students to create monsters for the students to read with over the summer. The 1st graders drew their monsters and the high school students recreated them! Check out more photos here: https://bit.ly/2W2aggs
Congrats to the students that participated in the Math Meet at Alexander. Here are the students that placed: Brennan Johnson 6th place over all Kaden Keller 2nd place overall Katie Haakenson 1st place calculator test Kaden Keller 1st place calculator test Gunnar Moberg-1st in 5th grade Jeremiah Schmidt-5th in 5th grade 5th grade Team Test- 2nd place Kiya Sparks: 6th place Natalia West: 6th place Boden Iverson: 6th place Alexa Griffin: 4th place
The Tioga Boys earned a third place finish at the NWC meet held at Burlington on Tuesday. The boys shot a 354 and were edged out by Stanley by 5 strokes for 2nd. Kaden Pederson paced the Pirates with an 82 and finishing in 7th place.
Don’t want to make supper? The FBLA kids have you covered! Free will donation pancake supper at THS 5-7 tonight. Chinese auction and door prizes!
Buses will be running 20 minutes late tonight. A field trip bus got behind. Thank you!
Central Elementary is looking for volunteers on the following days to help move from the original building to the new part. We need to be cleared out so they can begin the process for the remodel project starting on Monday, May 20th We will be moving boxed items from classrooms on Monday the 13th and Tuesday the 14th from 9am to 4pm (later if people want to stay and help). Wednesday the 15th if needed from 9am-4pm(Hoping to have done on Tuesday). If you have a dolly, bring it with you to move boxes. We will not be moving the bigger items until Thursday the 16th from 9am till 4pm (or later) and possibly Friday if needed. If you are able to volunteer, please call the office and let us know what day you can come in to help. We will have a sign-up sheet at front desk with Steph (701-664-3441). If you have any questions, please call Mr. Schaffer….. Thanks
The Tioga Boys golf team placed 3rd yesterday at the Tioga Invitational. Des Lacs- Burlington took home 1st, followed by Stanley and Tioga. Kaden Pederson finished in 5th for the day.
Congratulations to the Band and Choir for earning all star ratings at regionals this season! Also, congratulations to the soloists and ensembles moving on to state competition in Bismarck this weekend! Go Pirate Musicians!!!
All FBLA, FCCLA, and FFA members and their family are invited to the CTSO Banquet at 6:30 on Thursday, May 2nd in the THS Gym. The kids have worked hard and we look forward to recognizing their achievements. Cake and ice cream will be served.
Happy Tuesday! We are all getting excited for the performances tonight!! Grades 1-3 starts at 5:30- students should arrive at 5! Grades 4-5 starts at 7-students should arrive at 6:30! Doors 1,2,7 and 8 will be open at 4:30. The doors on the playground side will be open! The book fair will also be open from 4:30-8:30 in the library!! See you all soon!
The Junior High track meet scheduled for Monday has been cancelled.
The FBLA Pancake Breakfast schedule for tomorrow has been postponed and will be rescheduled as soon as possible.
The boys had their first golf meet of the year in Stanley today and came home with a 2nd place finish. Kaden Pederson claimed 5th place and Karter Longie took 6th. The girls were at DLB today and took home 3rd place. Asha Valliere finished the day with a 3rd place finish. Great day of golfing everyone!
Congratulations to Asha Valliere for taking 1st place at the Stanley Invitational today. The team had a big day as well with a 2nd place finish! Great job girls!
Congratulations to Asha Valliere for taking 1st place at the Des Lacs-Burlington meet today. Asha shot an 81, finishing 7 strokes ahead of second place.
The JH track meet scheduled for today in Rugby has been postponed.
Williston High School football camp: Will be having a youth camp for grades 3-6th on June 8th. I will send out more info at a later date. Minot State Youth football for k-5 camp: June 25th-27th. http://football.msubeaverscamps.com/
Tioga Football Lineman: Coaches, We will be having our 3rd annual Brent Qvale Lineman camp on Friday, June 7th at WHS. Last year we had 70 lineman at our regional camp with 7 college coaches. This year we are opening up the camp to include 7-12 grade. We also have 11 collegiate coaches from 7 regional colleges who will be coaching the camp. I have included our registration form which can also be accessed from our district website, so please have all of your lineman who wish to go fill it out. Cost will remain $40 for the day, this includes camp a camp t-shirt and lunch as well, which they can pay at the door. We are planning for over 100 lineman to be in attendance this year and would love for your guys to be a part of it! I can also email you our flyer as well, which has all of the details on it. Thanks gentlemen! https://forms.gle/19WhudLL1KZKDKs69
Reading Month Tioga Central Elementary March 2019 During Reading Month, students in each grade level competed to see who could read the most words while averaging 85% or better on their AR quizzes. Central students read a total of 9,760,165 words & took 1,963 AR quizzes! First place will receive a reading achievement medal, $20 in Book Bucks, a paw print fleece blanket & a mini pizza from Pinnacle. Second place will receive $15 in Book Bucks & a paw print drawstring backpack. Third place will receive $10 in Book Bucks & a set of paw print stampers. Kindergarten 1st place – reading 7,161 words – Bella Holte 2nd place – reading 5,784 words – Carson Placek 3rd place – reading 5,021 words – Jackson Griffin Grade 1 1st place – reading 17,659 words – Easton Rehak 2nd place – reading 7,657 words – Keslee Keever 3rd place – reading 5,621 words – Thatcher Davis Grade 2 1st place – reading 11,379 words – Gracie Davidson 2nd place – reading 7,973 words – Kayleigh Orluck 3rd place – reading 7,269 words – Violet Sagaser Grade 3 1st place – reading 383,421 words – Piper Moberg 2nd place – reading 69,244 words – Michael Twinn 3rd place – reading 52,740 words – Julia Kingston Grade 4 1st place – reading 295,657 words – Kiya Sparks 2nd place – reading 221,014 words – June Kuntz 3rd place – reading 71,180 words – Abagail Ferguson Grade 5 1st place – reading 273,498 words – Gunnar Moberg 2nd place – reading 178,009 words – Claire Lakey 3rd place – reading 169,912 words – Jeremiah Schmidt Grade 6 1st place – reading 1,066,758 words – Kysten Keever 2nd place – reading 490,790 words – Yurek Loveridge 3rd place – reading 478,246 words – Petra Peterson
Tioga Public Schools has an opening for a High School Math Teacher and 4th Grade Elementary Teacher. For more information, call the High School at 701-664-3606 or the Elementary at 701-664-3441.
Another successful state convention for Tioga High School. This time it was FCCLA. Congratulations to Gracie Nutt and Emma Taylor for qualifying for Nationals with their Food Innovations STAR event! Paige Hollingshead, Aiyanna Plummer and Madelyn Carr received a gold award for their See What We’ve Done project. Finally, congratulations to Lydia Carr on your year as North Dakota’s State FCCLA President.
The track meet scheduled for today at the Tioga High School has been cancelled.
Congratulations to our 18 JH and HS students that advanced to state. Tioga saw a lot of success and is coming home with numerous awards. In the JH NW Region Riley Pederson took 4th, Emma Taylor took 3rd, Gracie Nutt took 2nd, and Brock Sundhagen took 1st. In the HS NW Region and advancing to ISEF is Lydia Carr and Cameron Taylor as Alternates and Mikayla Wolfe took 2nd. Congratulations to all these students this is a huge accomplishment!
Prom will be on Saturday April 13th at Tioga High School. Grand March will start at 8:00 pm. Couples must plan to have their pictures taken between 5:30-7:00. The gym will open to the public starting at 7:15. Admission is $2 per person.
The 2019 Letterperson's awards banquet will be Monday, April 15 @ 6 p.m. in the THS gym. A meal will be served, and awards will be given out to varsity letter winners and speech/drama participants. Parents are invited and encouraged to attend.
Tioga FBLA members are in Bismarck competing at the State Leadership Conference. Last night was the Opening Ceremony and some of the awards were announced. Today is competition day as well as leadership workshops. The students look forward to finding out how they did at the Awards Ceremony tomorrow morning.
There is no K-2 wrestling practice tonight 3-21-19!
Tioga Parents! An opportunity and invitation for all area communities! We will also have two presentations at the high school for students. WHAT EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW! Vaping and Cyber-security Student Safety Series Trenton School and the Great Northwest Education Cooperative are hosting two parent nights on March 28th and April 1st. Both events will be held at Bakken Elementary School's Auditorium at 7:00 PM. National presenters Robb Holladay and Kent Mollberg will be providing assemblies at area schools as well as these two parent nights. Target audience is students grade 5-12 and ALL PARENTS, but everyone is welcome.
The CTSO Carnival is today. Free will pasta meal starts at 11:30. Carnival games and bingo at 1:00.
No K-2 wrestling practice tonight 3-5-19! Dual for all wrestlers is at the high school starting at 6 pm against Kenmare! *wrestlers must be there no later than 5:30*
They're Back! The Tioga Rec Council is once again bringing the Woodside-Moormann Basketball Camp back to Tioga. Please follow the attached link! https://www.woodside-moormanncamps.com/page/show/3166104-tioga-basketball-camp
Save the date of April 15 for the THS awards banquet. Varsity letter winners, as well as speech and drama participants, will be recognized for their accomplishments. More details to follow.
Show your school spirit at the boys' basketball games this weekend. Tonight the theme is Black Out and tomorrow it will be 80's Style. The game starts at 6:00 tonight against Powers Lake. Good luck Pirates!
Congrats to the following students that placed at the Williams County Spelling Bee at Bakken Elementary in Williston. Amber Wilelmy took 2nd in 1st grade division. Kaden Keller took 1st place in 6th grade division. Ryne Skabo took 1st place in Middle School Divsion and qualified for the State Spelling Bee.
Congrats to the following students from Central who will compete at the Williams County Spelling Bee on Wednesday, February 20th at Bakken Elementary in Williston at 3:30pm... Good Luck!!! 1st-Amber Wilhelmy 2nd-Waylon Seeyle 3rd-Piper Moberg 4th-Kiya Spraks 5th-Nathaniel Tims 6th-Kaden Keller
Today’s 7&8th grade Science Fair will be open to the public in the Tioga High School Gym from 2:45-3:20pm.
A JV BBB game has been added for this Friday vs Alexander. Two games will be played at THS, starting at 5:45 with the JV game. Varsity will follow.
Reminder of Parent Teacher Conferences tonight at Central Elementary and Tioga High Schools. Elementary conferences are scheduled and high school conferences are available from 3:35-9:00pm. Please come visit your teachers and support your children's educations.
Tioga's first robotics team, EV-3PO will have it's three rounds of competition at 1:10, 2:00, and 2:55 PM today. Watch it live at http://www.hbsound.com/fll2019
School on time. No morning bus routes. We plan to run buses in the afternoon.
KEYZ 660 radio will be broadcasting all 9 games of the District 16 GBB tourney, which tips off today at 4:30. They can also be listened to online, no matter where you are in the world: https://network1sports.com//station/keyz Good luck, Lady Pirates!
Pastor Booths bus will be running late this morning.
High School Students: Don't forget tomorrow is the Hippies vs Rockers Dress Up Day to celebrate FBLA week. Best dressed gets a prize! Can't wait to see your outfits!
There is an update to the February Activity Calendar. The Close Up Pancake breakfast scheduled for February 10th has been cancelled.
Mr. Seibel, Mr. Larson, and Mr. Booth's buses may all be running late this morning.
The District 16 GBB Tournament starts Thursday in Tioga. If you are interested in selling tickets or keeping an eye on hallways and doors, please contact Ryan Eraas at the high school. These are paid positions and also include free admission to all 3 days of the tourney.
Tioga Schools and buses 2 hours late February 4, 2019.
Saturday's schedule for the Tioga JV BBB Tourney: 10 a.m.: Trenton vs New Town 11:30 a.m.: NSP vs Stanley 1 p.m.: Powers Lake vs Tioga 2:30 p.m.: Ray vs Burke County
Central Elementary Cheer Campers.. There will be practice Monday at 4pm. K-1 will perform at the 5:45 JV game and the rest will perform at the varsity game. If you have any questions ask Ms. Lyon..
Congrats to the JV Pirates boys team last night on their victory in the tourney! They will play Burke County tonight at approximately 7:30. Good luck in the semi-finals!
The Tioga JVBBB tourney tips off today with 3 games, starting at 4:30. Tioga will play the last game of the day vs Stanley @ approx. 7:30. Admission is $5 adults, $3 students, and $3 senior citizens (65 and up). Tioga activity passes are not valid for this tourney.
Congrats to Kambree Johnson who will be the only one representing Tioga at the District Level Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest in Williston at St. Joes Elementary. Here is a list of the Tioga Winners: Boys 9: Graham Schaffer Girls 9: Kambree Johnson Boys 10: Vance Sams Girls 10: Ava Wallin Boys 11: Nick Wolla Girls 11: Savanah DeMoe Boys 12: Brennan Johnson Girls 12: McKenna Landsverk Thanks Mr. Nichols for helping our students during the competition.
Correction no buses on Jan 30(Wednesday).
Tioga Schools-no buses, but we will have school on Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Registration for 4th-6th rec will be held on Tuesday, February 5th from 4-5:30PM at Central Elementary. Parents/guardians are asked to enter Door 1 for registration. This is a program for 4th-6th boys and girls. Parents are asked to come prepared with the athlete's uniform size the day of registration. Payment is expected the day of registration. The cost is $50 per child with a family maximum for winter sports of $125. If the athlete attended the winter Pirate basketball camps, that $25 does apply toward the family maximum. There will be a mandatory parent/athlete meeting & short practice at Central gym on Monday, March 4th at 5:30 for girls and 6:30 for boys. Schedules will not be handed out until the meeting on March 4th. The season will run through the end of April. Please follow us on Facebook - Tioga Rec Basketball – for updates/changes to the schedule. Please contact Andrea Keever, Rec Council President, at (701)648-9763 with any questions.
Reminder about tryouts today for BlackBeard for students in grades K-8. They start at 3:45pm and finish around 5:30ish....
No breakfast on Monday, January 28
Tioga Schools will run buses and start 2 hours late on Monday, Jan. 28,2019.
Central Elementary in Tioga has a part time opening for a prep and serving cook. Lifting required. For more info, contact Carolyn Eide At 701-664-2333. Open until filled. EOE
Boys basketball game schedule for January 24: Burke County @ Tioga, varsity and junior high games only, starting @ 6 p.m. @ THS. There is no JV game.
Congratulations to EV-3PO on their advancement to State First Lego League. They also took the award for project presentation! They set their goal high for the 1st year as a team to make it to state and they accomplished their goal!
Tioga’s First Lego League Team is done with their first round of judging. This afternoon they have robot trials.
Don’t forget about DONKEY BASKETBALL this Sunday. Advance tickets are available at the elementary and high school offices. https://www.facebook.com/159434844100447/posts/2251173844926526/
Tioga High School has immediate openings for a administrative assistant (secretary) and a paraprofessional (aide). An application form will be posted on Monday or you can pick one up at the Tioga High School office. Open until filled. Call (701) 664 2333 for more information.EOE
Band Students and Families: Here is the link to the Band Boosters Basketball Concessions Sign-up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b094ba5aa2fa20-thsband Thank You for Supporting the Music Program! Happy 2019! Mrs. Lewis
Today's basketball game schedule in Trenton: JV girls: 4:15 V girls: 5:45 V boys: 7:15 There is no JV boys game in Trenton.
The soft lockdown has expired. The school day and buses will operate as normal. Thank you for your patience and support.
Tioga PD has requested the schools be on a soft lockdown as of 2:15, December 13. The incident is not on school property. This is precautionary. Thank you.
Schedule for December 18 home basketball games vs Stanley: 3:00 p.m.: JV girls 4:30 p.m.: JV boys 6:00 p.m.: V girls 7:30 p.m.: V boys
MLS GBB does not have a JV team this year, so Tioga's GBB JV will play the Divide County JV team at 5:45 this Friday. Tioga and MLS varsity will play at 7:15. Both games at Tioga High School.(December 14)
Saturday's (December 8) schedule for the GBB Tip off Tourney: Noon: Trinity Christian/Alexander vs Ray (5th place) 1:30: Tioga vs Burke County (3rd place) 3:00: Divide County vs Trenton (championship) Come out and support the Lady Pirates as they play for third place!
Stanley Lion's Boys Basketball Tournament Bracket Download the PDF here: http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/26155
The December activities calendar has been updated with more events. If you printed a copy previously, you will want to replace it with the new version. https://goo.gl/gYZGJf
The 2018 Tioga GBB Tip-off Tournament is on December 3, 6, 7, & 8. See the picture for more details or go to: www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/26155 Good Luck Pirates!
Bring on December! The school website/app is up to date with the school activities and menu items for the remainder of the 2018 school year. Check out the Documents section, if you would like to download a copy of the calendars. www.tioga.k12.nd.us/documents
Congratulations to the Lady Pirates on their win against the Ray Jays tonight!
Central Elementary had an odor today for a brief time. MDU investigated and natural gas and carbon monoxide was NOT detected. The odor came from the drains and the odor is gone. Thank you.
For those of you that are confused as to why no phone calls were received this morning with weather information, we have gone through some changes over the last year. Instant Alert is no longer used due to viability and feasibility issues. All texts, calls, Facebook posts, push notifications, etc. now come through the school app. Please go to your app store/platform and download the Tioga Public Schools app by Apptegy! You will then receive push notifications on weather events, etc. very similar to Instant Alert in the past. More info to follow.
Tioga schools will NOT run buses this morning but plans to run them this afternoon. No breakfast today.
Again, school and buses are 2 hours late today, November 28, 2018 at Tioga Schools.
Tioga schools will run buses 2 hours late and start school at 10:30 today, November 28, 2018. Be safe-drive slowly!
No JHGBB practice Wednesday morning as well as JHBBB or Tech Day at MSU.
With the rain, and now VERY icy road conditions, there will be no 6:30 am JHBBB practice Wednesday morning and we will not be sending a bus early (7:00) to Tech Day at Minot State. Hopefully roads are better in the morning and this was not needed, but current conditions are leading law enforcement to request "No travel advised". Please be safe all!
The girls basketball games on November 30 are in Tioga. The TPS November activity calendar lists them as being in Ray, but that is a typo. V/JV/JH games start at 4:30 in Tioga. All games played at the high school.
The Tioga GBB Tip off Tourney dates have slightly changed from the original schedule. Dates are now December 3, 6, 7, & 8. Tioga will play on December 6 @ 6 p.m. vs Divide County, and December 7 @ 6 p.m. vs Trinity Christian. This year's tourney format will be round robin.
Firestorm wrestling will host Rugby and Killdeer on November 27, starting at 5 p.m. Come out and support the wrestlers!
Congrats to the following Tioga Pirate Football Players on being selected for the following awards: All-Conference: Andrew Knudson, Mitchell Kennell, Douglas Pexton Honorable-Mention All-Conference: Canvas Sanders, Keenen Volz
Follow the link below for the 2018-2019 Tioga Endowment Fund Application. http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/8342
The Tioga Junior High Music Concert will be held Thursday, November 15, at 7:30 pm at the THS Gym. Mark your calendars!
The Region 8 Volleyball Tournament will be held at THS on the 5th, 6th, & 8th. Check out the bracket here: http://www.ndhsaanow.com/brackets/volleyball/435/2018-ndhsaa-class-b-region-8-volleyball-tournament/printable.pdf
The THS Drama Club will perform their one-act comedy, "Where Should We Eat?" at 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 4 @ the Tioga Theater. Admission is $3 adults and $2 students.
Central Elementary is seeking 1-2 full-time education aides. Duties will include working with students in small group or classroom duties, lunch and recess supervision. Please contact Central Office at 701-664-3441 for more details or stop in to fill out job application.
Central students will again be doing a magazine fundraiser this year with Great American Opportunities. This gives our students to get magazines for themselves and in return we earn some money for projects at Central. We will use the money to look at Shade Structures for the Central Playground. Here is the link to look at: bit.ly/tiogaelementary Thanks
Make sure to check out the book fair at the THS Library! http://www.scholastic.com/bf/tiogahighschool1
WRESTLING CAMP & FISH FRY!! At Tioga High School Grades 7th -12th Friday Oct 26th 6:30pm - 8:30pm Saturday Oct 27th 8:30am - 11:00am & 5:00pm - 7:30pm Grades 1st - 6th Friday Oct 26th 4:30pm - 6:30pm Saturday Oct 27th 11:00am - 1:30pm No registration needed, please be ready to wrestle at your time allotment! PARENTS - If you are willing to bring a homemade dessert for the fish fry on Sunday please text Coach Anderson or respond below so we know what will be provided. All desserts can be brought to the school on Saturday afternoon following the wrestling camp or Sunday morning by 9:00am. Any questions call Coach Anderson at 701-290-4456.
The FCCLA will be offering a “Drop-in Daycare” at the High School in the gym during Parent-Teacher conferences from 4-7 on Tuesday Oct. 23 and Thursday Oct. 25. Free-will offering.
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Tuesday and Thursday, October 23 and 25, from 4:00-7:00 at both schools.
Congratulations to the 1st graders on winning the pink out competition. The high school volleyball players rewarded their class with rootbeer floats and reading them stories.
The Book Fair will be open Tuesday, Oct. 23rd –Friday, Oct. 26th in the High School Library. It will be open during school hours as well as during Parent-Teacher Conference on Tuesday and Thursday until 7:00 pm. It is open to the public! https://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/tiogahighschool1
PinkOut shirts will be distributed in the elementary TOMORROW (Tuesday). Wear your PINK to Thursday night's game to receive points for your grade level! ELEMENTARY GRADE WINNER WILL GET ROOT-BEER FLOATS + READING TIME WITH THE VOLLEYBALL TEAM.
Parent Teacher conferences will be on Tuesday, October 23 and Thursday, October 25th from 4-7 p.m. Please use the link below to sign up! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090845afa82faaf49-parent
The JH Football game with Trenton on October 4th has been rescheduled for Thursday, October 11th @ 5pm @ Tioga.
Central Parents: with temperatures dropping and chances of snow, please have your sons/daughters dressed appropriately for recess. Bring warm coat, snow pants, hat, gloves and boots.... We will be going outside. Thank You!!
Tomorrow, October 1st at 4:00 pm there will be a meeting for cheerleaders (grades 7-12) and parents at the Tioga High School cafeteria. Hope to see you there!
No football today (9-25–18)for grades 2-6!!
No cross country today 9-25-18
Central Elementary is a “Box Tops School” Help Central Elementary earn cash by clipping General Mills Box Tops from products and sending them to school! Each one is worth 10¢ and our school can use the cash for whatever it needs. Since joining the program back in 2000, we have earned over $5,000.00! Some of the things purchased with the money include a TV, books & shelving for our library. The money has also been used to purchase incentives & prizes for Reading Month. See a list of products at BTFE.com/products. We appreciate your support!
The September 17 JH and JV football games vs Ray/Powers Lake will be played in Powers Lake. JH @ 5 p.m., JV @ 6:30 p.m.
United Quality Co-op will be sponsoring a tailgate meal before this Friday's (Sept. 14) football game. A meal of brats, hot dogs, chips, and water will be served by the grandstand, starting at 6:15 p.m. The Co-op is generously donating all proceeds to THS.
THANK YOU to those members of the THS student body who helped clean up the bleachers tonight after the VB match! Hats will be allowed at THS tomorrow! Servant leadership. Thank your peers!
Pirates won 30-6 over Trenton tonight. Great game.
The JH football team will travel to Trenton on September 6 for a game vs the Tigers. Kickoff is 5 p.m. This game was added this week to the season schedule.
The JV football game scheduled for August 20 vs Divide County has been cancelled due to no JV team in DC this fall. This will also cancel the game on October 1.
Pirates lost 36-0 to Mott-Regent tonight. Get Better, Work Harder and Keep Playing!!!!
Tioga High School is looking for an evening custodian. Call Carolyn Eide at (701) 664-2333 for more information. EOE
Please join us today, August 14th, for Open House and Central and Tioga High School from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Tioga Rec Registration for Rec Fall sports will be tomorrow from 4-6p during open house at Central. Football grades 2-6th, volleyball grades 5-6, and cross-country grades K-6.
The THS Office will be closed this morning due to a meeting. It will reopen after 1 p.m. Sorry for any inconvenience.
JH practice starts Monday August 13th at 8:30am at Tioga High School on the stage. Football is a game of numbers and we need all players out.....See you Monday..
HIGH SCHOOL Volleyball Practice begins Monday, August 13. Physical forms must be turned in before player can participate. Practice Times for the week of August 13 - 17 : Monday : 8:00am - 10:00am AND 11:00am-1:00pm Tuesday : 7:00pm - 9:00pm (in-service/open house) Wednesday : 4:30pm - 7:00pm (in-service day) Thursday : 4:30pm - 7:00pm (in-service day) Friday : 8:00am - 10:00am AND 11:00am - 1:00pm *A full practice/game calendar will be handed out at the first practice.
The THS gym will be closed until the afternoon of Tuesday, August 7 for floor waxing. Thanks for your cooperation!
REMINDER : Any 9th-12th grader interested in playing VOLLEYBALL there will be a MEETING TONIGHT - 5:15pm - in the HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY. This is for all players and parents to discuss team expectations and receive the practice/game schedules.
Reminder of registration taking place today. The offices will be closed from 12-1, but open until 5.
Reminder there is a football meeting tonight for all students in grades 9-12 at 7pm at Tioga High School Gym.
Jenkins Family Fundraiser 4 on 4 Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament🏐 During the tournament there will be consessions and other activities in the park. All proceeds to go to the family! Go to the following link for details and to register your team! https://jodeenbergstrom.com/registration-optin22332530
Have a child looking for something to do? Are you looking to get them out of the house for a day - doing something fun and educational? The Second Annual Stanley TechCamp is coming up next week. Students will learn to build a Digital Weather Station! - check it out and register for FREE here: https://stanleytechcamp2.eventbrite.com/ Thanks to the generous support from: Stanley Economic Development Corp. City of Stanley AM 1090 KTGO Radio (www.bakkenbeacon.com) Lunch provided by Stanley Commercial Club
THS VOLLEYBALL PRACTICE IS FAST APPROACHING. *There will be a MEETING for ATHLETES(Grades 9-12) and PARENTS on AUGUST 2, 2018 in the HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY at 5:15pm. We will discuss team expectations and hand out practice/game schedules.
Tioga HS gym will be closed until Monday, July 30 due to the wood floor being refurbished. Thank you for your help and cooperation!
Reminder-if you are interested in bidding on the trailer houses behind the school, bids must by at THS by 400 pm, Monday, July 23
We are seeding the Southwest part of Central’s playground. We ask that everyone stays off the area for the summer and fall so the kids can play on grass next year! Thanks!
FREE TO ALL STUDENTS GRADES 7-12! Stanley TechCamp - Digital Weather Station by Dakota Public Relations DATE AND TIME Thu, July 19, 2018 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM CDT Location Golden Age Club 7 South Main St Stanley, ND 58784 For more details and to register go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stanley-techcamp-digital-weather-station-tickets-48082344587?aff=eand
PIRATE FOOTBALL “Success isn’t owned. It’s leased and rent is due every day.” ― J.J. Watt July 13th, 2018 9-12 Football Players 7-8 Players I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. It’s that time of the year again. We are only a few weeks away for the fourth season of “Pirate Football”. I hope everyone is looking forward to the upcoming season. We will be having a football meeting for grades 9-12 on Wednesday, August 1st at Tioga High School Gym at 7:00 P.M. We will be handing out equipment at this meeting. I will have practice jerseys available for sale for practice. If you cannot attend the meeting and want to play, get a hold of one of the coaches. Bring a buddy with to the meeting; strength is in numbers for the game of football. The first day of practice for grades 9-12 is Monday, August 6th at 8am, which means our first day of contact will be Thursday. We will have practice on Saturday, August 11th and this will be team picture day. Since Teachers and Coaches have In-Service on August 14th, 15ht & 16th we will be having practices in evening on those two days (approximately 4-7). If you haven’t been lifting and running it might be a good idea to get going in the next couple of weeks. First game is Friday, August 17th vs Mott/Reagent. School starts Monday, August 20th. Which gives us just 10 days before our first game, so if you want to play in the first game you cannot miss a practice. Junior High meeting will be Monday August 13th at 8:30am at High School on Stage. You will get equipment and have a practice, so make sure you bring shorts, t-shirt and shoes. Important!!!! Everyone must get a physical. NDHSAA says a physical must be done yearly in order to compete. In order to practice you must have a physical and a consent form signed in order to start practice. DO NOT WAIT UNTIL AUGUST TO SCHEDULE, BE PRO-ACTIVE AND GET THIS DONE BEFORE THE FIRST WEEK OF PRACTICE. IT IS TOUGH TO GET IN FOR PHYSICALS WITH THE INFLUX OF PEOPLE IN OUR AREA. See you at the meeting and lets’ get ready to play some Pirate Football. On the back is the schedule. Coach Schaffer-- work: 664-3441, email: firstname.lastname@example.org Coach Odegaard—work: 664-3606 Coach Carkuff—work: 664-3606 Football is believing. Football is TOTAL COMMITMENT. Football is HARD WORK, DEDICATION and SELF SACRIFICE. FOOTBALL is a TEAM that BEATS with ONE HEART. FOOTBALL is MUD, SWEAT and DRIVE. FOOTBALL is WHATGEVER IT TAKES. FOOTBALL is WHAT YOU GIVE—110%. FOOTBALL is BROTHERHOOD…ON and OFF the FIELD. FOOTBALL is FINDING a WAY to WIN for the HOME CROWD. FOOTBALL is ONE GOAL. HARD WORK WILL ALWAYS OVERCOME NATURAL TALENT WHEN NATURAL TALENT DOES NOT WORK HARD ENOUGH…. Tioga Pirates 2018 Varsity Football Schedule Monday, August 6 practice begins 8am Friday, August 17 Mott/Regent (H) 7:00 Friday, August 24 @ Surrey 7:00 Friday, August 31 @ Trenton/TC 7:00 Friday, September 7 Kidder County (H) 7:00 Friday, September 14 Ray/Powers Lake (H) 7:00 Friday, September 21 MLS (H) (homecoming) 7:00 Friday, September 28 @ Divide County 7:00 Friday, October 5 Parshall (H) 7:00 Junior Varsity Schedule Monday, August 20 Divide County (H, scrimmage) 5:00 Monday, August 27 Ray/Powers Lake (H) 6:30 Monday, September 10 Scobey, MT (H) (please note start time) 4:30 Monday, September 17 @ Ray/Powers Lake 6:30 Monday, September 24 @ MLS 6:00 Monday, October 1 Divide County (H) 6:30 Junior High Schedule Monday, August13th Practice 8:30am Monday, August 27 Ray/Powers Lake (H) 5:00 Monday, September 10 Parshall (H) (Please note start time) 6:00 Monday, September 17 @ Ray/Powers Lake 5:00 Monday, September 24 @ MLS 4:30 Monday, October 1 Divide County (H) 5:00 Thursday, October 4 Trenton (H) 5:00 Monday, October 8 @ Divide County 5:00
Minot State has a football camp on July 9th-10th. Morning session is for k-5 from 9am to 12. Afternoon session is for 6-8 from 2pm-5pm. http://football.msubeaverscamps.com/register.cfm
The FBLA members had a great trip to Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD where they competed at the National Leadership Conference. Although they did not place in the top 10 in their events, they worked really hard and should be proud of their accomplishments! The conference hosted around 12,000 FBLA members. The kids were also able to gain countless memories along the way while touring the US Capitol, monuments at the National Mall, Holocaust Museum, Mount Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery, National Aquarium, and many other fun places. Huge thank you to everyone that has supported FBLA and helped make this trip possible!
THS is advertising for a custodian. Competitive salary and benefits. Work hours from 200PM to 1000PM. Open until filled. Call 701-664-2333 for more information. EOE
The Tioga School Board election will be held Tuesday, June 12, from 11:00 a.m -7:00 p.m. at the Tioga High School Library. Please vote!
Another successful year of FCCLA summer camps in the books. Thanks to all the campers for supporting our program. Beginner sewing campers made pillows case, advances sewing campers made emoji pillows, and the cooking campers made fruit and veggie salsa, homemade tortilla chips, individually seasons hamburgers, homemade mac and cheese and scones!
ND Science Fair Gold Star Weekend June 15-16 Great event for high school students looking to take their science fair projects to the next level. Remember that science fair can lead to some amazing scholarship opportunities; as well as, build professional experience and relationships!
Driver's Ed Info: Possibility of 15 spots available. Class would start on Tuesday, May 22nd. Cost is $150. Please call THS on Monday for further details.
Congratulations, Joel Anderson, for winning 1st place in the State of North Dakota for his original painting of Tioga! His painting will compete against other state finalists at the Western Governors’ Association Annual Meeting in Rapid City, ND on June 25-27. We are proud of you for your accomplishment! Also, kudos to Ms May, THS Art teacher!
The boys region golf meet scheduled for this Friday has been moved to Monday, May 21. Start time will be 10 a.m. in Mohall.
FCCLA will be holding sewing and cooking classes this summer. Check out the pictures for more details and follow the link to complete the forms. http://www.tioga.k12.nd.us/o/tioga/browse/25496
Congrats to the Central Students and Teachers who participated in the Math Meet yesterday. Congrats to the 4th grade class who took 1st place as a team. Congrats to Jeremiah Schmidt and Aletta Nelson who took 1st place in 4th grade division. Gunnar Moberg took 4th place in 4th grade division. Brianna Rose who took 5th place in 4th grade division. Congrats to Kaden Keller who took 1st place in the 5th grade division. Congrats to Kaden Keller and Brennan Johnson who won calculator test.
Coach Arlan asked us to pass this on: Just got information on this last night! Sounds like a great opportunity for all ages! The Steiner coaches are Olympic Medalist from North Dakota. Along with all the other highly successful wrestlers and coaches that will be there. Please consider attending this. Great opportunity to learn!!
Reminder-on May 18, all library books and textbooks must be returned; all fines and bills,to include lunch, library, and music, must be paid
Choir opportunity for current fourth, fifth, and sixth grade singers: The American Legion has asked for three songs at their Memorial Day program. Anyone interested can get a registration form from Mr. Osthus. They are due no later than Tuesday, May 8.
Congrats to students going to State Music! They leave at 1 pm tomorrow for Bismarck State College. Signed permission forms need to be turned in to Mrs. Lewis. Students will return Saturday evening.
All is clear-eveyone is safe. Thanks for your cooperation and support.
All is clear-everyone is safe. The track meet will resume now. Thank you for your cooperation and support
The Tioga Schools are in a soft lockdown due to a threat in town. The track meet kids are in the school. We are being cautious. The police recommended this action.
2018 Awards Banquet is Thursday, May 3, @ 6 pm in the gym. A meal will be served, followed by an awards ceremony. Varsity letters will be presented, and golf/track participants will be recognized.
We will have doors # 1 and #8 open on the west side of Central Elementary School. We will also have playground door #2 open. Book Fair is open Thursday, April 26 from 4:30 – 8:00.
This afternoon Tioga High Shool had 3 officers from Minot PD, Captain John Klug, Detective Carmen Asham and Officer Andreas Casarez, teaching STEM students the basics of Crime Scene Investigation.
IT’S BOOK FAIR TIME AT CENTRAL! The Scholastic Book Fair at Central Elementary will be open to the public on Wednesday, April 25 from 4:30 – 7:00 and on Thursday, April 26 from 4:30 – 8:00. Please use outside entrances #7 or #8. It will be held in the elementary library which is on the north end of the lower floor. Students will also have a chance to shop during school hours. Please remember, all purchases benefit our school! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
JUST A REMINDER!! If you haven't already make sure you turn in your singlets and uniforms. High School wrestlers turn into Mrs. Brown and Pee Wee Wrestlers please leave at the front desk of Tioga Elementary School. Please do this as soon as possible so we can get inventory finished.
Don't forget that the THS Spring Art Show is tonight form 6:00-7:30 in the HS gym. Snacks will be provided. Free admission. Stop by to support the high school arts!
Prom is tomorrow! All are welcome to attend Grand March at 8 p.m.--Admission is $2.
A cell phone was left at PeeWee Wrestling on April 6 held at THS. Please call 701 664 3606 to identify.
Central Parents, the phone line is down at Central and will not be working till this afternoon. If you need us please email me email@example.com unitl our phone line is up and running. Thanks
4/5/18 Evening bus routes will be running late. We will pick up elementary students at regular time but hold buses at the high school as we will wait for a HS field trip bus to return with route riders. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Congrats to the following 6th grade students who received the President's award for Educational Excellence. They maintained a GPA of at least a 3.5 in grades 4-6 and they had to be in the top of their standardized test in Math or Reading. Congrats to Riley Bentley, Hunter Davis, Kennedi Keever, Ethan Loveridge, Kasey Odegaard, Payton Raan, Geovanna Perez, Luke Thompson and Brooke Vachal.
Here are a couple of pictures that a former Tioga Pirate (Craig Nansen) gave to me. The first is a picture of the old Elementary school that was located straight across from the Zion church on the playground. The 2nd is of Central after it was built without the gym. Any other old pictures of either schools please send to us. Thanks
THS awards banquet will be held Thursday, May 3, @ 6 p.m. in the high school gym. More details to follow.