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Scenes from the Spring American Red Cross
and Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Blood Drive

 


Congratulations to the following speakers who advanced to the section tournament: Becca Campbell and Emily Peterson - Duo, Jarred Garcia - Drama, and Emilee Ellingson - Storytelling

The Section tournament is Friday at St. Peter High School.
Free admission to all spectators.


 

Band Information for Current
5th Grade Students


5th Grade Band Information Letter          Spanish Version
 

The Minnesota Action Valley Council will be at GFW High School to share information about 2-year college programs. If you are interested in higher paying jobs with lower tuition costs, this is the right meeting for you.  Where: GFW High School Auditorium Date: Tuesday, April 17th Time: 6:30 - 7:30 PM.  Is a two year degree right for you? – Come learn more about associate degrees that community and technical colleges can offer you to advance your career.      Do you want to keep your tuition costs low? – Get  information on tuition cost for community and technical  schools.   Note: Please notify your school’s contact person or your school’s main office if you need a ride to the event. Please contact them by Friday, April 13th.  Amanda Pearson: amanda.pearson@sibleyeast.org District Office: 507-964-2292
 





Mrs. Gasow's First Grade Presented with the Monthly BAMS Award

This Month's Focus was "Fairness"



 

Sibley East Elementary Birthday Recognition!!!
 

Each month we celebrate students who have a birthday in that month. Those being honored eat together at decorated tables and a powerpoint is shown with their picture, name, and age.  They also get ice cream for a treat.  Everyone sings happy birthday to them.

 




 
 

 



Mr. Harter's
Principal Update






 

Co-Curriculars are doing well at Sibley East!

 

The Winter season has been a successful year for the co-curricular activities at Sibley East High School!  Our boys’ basketball team recently played in the sub-section championship game on Monday (3/12/18); they finished with a record of 20-9; the girls’ basketball team earned  a home play-off game for the first time in many years; they finished high in the conference and provided much excitement for their fans. The Sibley East Wrestling team qualified ten wrestlers for the state tournament; with Dayne Morton bringing home the state championship.  On the more academic side, the Sibley East High School Knowledge Bowl team recently qualified two teams to compete in the Regional meet. On this past Saturday (3/10), Sibley East hosted a two-hundred student speech meet which is something that we have not done for a long time.  

 

All of these activities are just a part of the experiences that are provided for the students of Sibley East.  As I am sure everyone knows, there is more to co-curricular activities than making a basket or cheering for the local team.  The research indicates that students who are involved in school activities are more likely to be better students and score higher on standardized tests such as the ACT and the SAT.  Additionally, the research shows that there is a strong association between student involvement in extracurricular activities and improved attendance and behavior.

The experience of following your fellow class mates as the school’s teams participate in tournament games is something that students will never forget; after graduating from high school it is  never really the same. So I hope to see not only the students but as many fans as possible continue to cheer for the Sibley East Teams!

 

 
 
 
Summer Care with Junior Wolverines

It is time to start thinking summer!  Do you know where you child will go for care during the summer months?

Junior Wolverines, Sibley East's School Age Care program, will be open daily during the summer from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m..   Our program is open to all students in grades K-5!  

We are planning many fun activities with Community Ed, including trips, summer rec, and possibly even swimming lessons.  

If you would like more information, or wish to register, please contact Apryl Deno at 507-237-3351 or email .  The registration deadline for summer care will be May 4th, but register early to guarantee a spot!