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Attention Seniors

Scholarships for graduating seniors of Storm Lake Public and Storm Lake St. Mary's High Schools!

Any graduating senior at Storm Lake Public or Storm Lake St. Mary's who plans to pursue higher education may apply. Storm Lake Charter School students who plan to further their education may apply when they have completed their Charter School program.  Our scholarships are awarded based on merit.

For more information click HERE.

Dance Squad Brings Home the Gold

On Thursday December 4th, the Storm Lake Dance Squad traveled to Des Moines to compete in the Iowa State Dance Team Competition.  The competition was held the 4th and 5th with over 5000 participants and 275 routines.  The Dance Squad competed in Class Eleven Pom and received a Division 1 and also in Large School Hoopla where they received a Division 1 and the 1st Place trophy.  The Dance Squad was awarded the Distinguished academic award for maintaining a 3.6 Team GPA.  In addition, Senior, Ellen Converse was recognized for being one of the twelve scholarship finalist.  
Congratulations Coach Co and the Dance Squad team!!

 

Upcoming Events

Monday, December 15

8th Boys Basketball vs Cherokee H 4:15 pm
7th Boys Basketball vs Cherokee T 4:15 pm
HS Winter Concert B-O-C @ HS 7:00 pm

Tuesday, December 16

JV Boys/Girls Basketball vs Emmetsburg H 4:45 pm
Boys @ Storm Lake Elementary
Boys/Girls Basketball vs Emmetsburg H 6:15 pm
7/8 Winter Concert @ MS 7:00 pm

Wednesday, December 17
 School Board Meeting 7:00 pm
Thursday,  December 18
8th Boys Basketball vs LeMars H 4:15 pm
7th Boys Basketball vs LeMars T 4:15 pm
Wrestling MOC-FV/Sibley-Ocheyedan/ELC H 6:00 pm
9th Basketball vs South O'Brien H 6:30 pm
 
Friday, December 19
JV Boys/Girls Basketball vs Spencer H 4:45 pm
Boys/Girls Basketball vs Spencer H 6:15 pm
 
Saturday, December 20
9th Basketball Tourney @ Alta 9:00 am
Wrestling Fort Dodge Invitational T 10:00 am
 
Sunday, December  21
 

 



 

 
 

In the Spotlight

In the classroom-6th Grade

Over the past few weeks and months the 6th graders have been working on a variety of activities, projects, lessons, and skills.  One of the more exciting activities we all had the opportunity to take part in was our lung dissection. As you might imagine, this was a big activity with lot of planning and preparation. (A big thanks goes out to our 6th grade Science teacher, Mrs. Wilson, for her hard work in all of the planning and preparation.) From start to finish the kids were engaged, intrigued, and full of questions. With over 40 lungs and 40 + groups we had a full commons with some of the most enthusiastic students willing and eager to find out more. It was truly an experience the kids will remember.

We are now working on completing a number of projects prior to our holiday break as well as preparing for our class field trip on 15th of December when we travel to the Durham Museum in Omaha to take part in an exhibit called Identity: An Exhibition of You. We are all excited for the opportunity!

In the classroom-7th Grade

The seventh graders in Elizabeth Petersen's language arts class having been walking to the elementary to read with Chelsea Brugman's first graders.  This week the first graders got to select a book they wanted to read to the seventh graders.  The seventh graders enjoyed being able to help the younger students with their reading skills. The next time we read together the seventh graders will read their group a book they create that has the five stages of plot and a theme or lesson they are trying to teach their audience.

Honoring Cole
The Tornado Girls Basketball Team honored former Coach Cole Buchholz who passed away last spring. Senior Rylee James spoke about Cole's influence on the team and how they are dedicating this season to him. An autographed basketball was presented to his wife Caitlin. Several members of Cole's family were in attendance. A group picture was taken after the presentation.