Week of May 9

Saint News

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

         Today is a Gold day.


Breakfast

Lunch
MondayPop TartFruitJuiceMr. RibFresh Veggies Fruit
TuesdayBEC BiscuitFruitJuiceSausage Gravy & BiscuitsFresh VeggiesFruit
WednesdayMini DonutsFruitJuicePizzaFresh VeggiesFruit
ThursdayBreakfast PizzaFruitJuiceChicken NuggetsFresh VeggiesFruit
FridayNO CLASSESNO CLASSES

Monday: 5/16 

Girls Final Round Regional Golf

Varsity Baseball @ SEW 6:00

PK Crafts with Dads

Tuesday: 5/17 

SENIORS LAST DAYSENIOR CHECK OUT

Senior Computer Check out

Graduation Practice

Wednesday: 5/11.

Bus evac drills

Parenting class will be reading at the elementary school 2nd period.

Food For America Program at elementary in the afternoon. (All Ag. students)

Boy’s Sectional Golf TBA

Baccalaureate at the Baptist Church on Wednesday at 6:00.

Thursday: 5/12 

B/G District Track @ Wayne 4:00

Friday: 5/13 NO CLASSES

Girl’s 1st Round Regional Golf @ CD

*Next years Juniors and Seniors – If you are interested in taking SWCC college classes next school year please see Mrs. Buckingham asap for an application.  Classes fill up quickly so don’t wait!!!

Birthdays:

5/11 Mattie Lovett

5/12 Kourtney Smiarowski

5/15 Kinsey Coffey

Just a reminder student masks are available for those who would like one to wear.

Pledge of Allegiance

 “I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America,

 and to the republic for which it stands,

 one nation under God, 

indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

EVERFI Empowered District Honoree

Mormon Trail has successfully implemented a wide range of programs and services in the 2020-2021 school year focused on critical skills such as financial literacy, social-emotional learning, health and wellness, inclusion, college and career readiness. This honor is awarded by EVERFI, a digital education organization focused on helping educators address the most challenging issues affecting society.

Mormon Trail Jr./Sr. High School has been utilizing the service of EVERFI for about six years. This honor is only bestowed on 6% of schools across the nation.

New HS Construction

Kids Eat Free

Mormon Trail CSD will be running the Summer Food Service Program through the end of the school year. What this means for you is that any child under the age of 18 in the community will be provided with free breakfast and lunch. Please contact Ashley Eslick at (641)877-2521 or by email at aeslick@mormontrailcsd.org for more information on signing up. (If your student is enrolled in Mormon Trail you do not need to do anything.) Meals will be served Monday thru Thursday at both buildings and on Fridays meals will be served at the Elementary in Humeston. The program will not be serving meals when school is on break. These days are as follows; November 25-27, December 21-January 1, April 2, and April 5.

CTE-Career & Technical Education

Students are entering a highly competitive workforce and we are working hard to ensure our students are prepared. When we say students are career and college ready, it means they can integrate and apply 21st century skills, technical knowledge and skills, and core academic knowledge. Students even take OSHA training courses to help them work safely in their future careers.

Career and Technical Education at Mormon Trail emphasizes real world, real life skills and connects the learning to academics and training that will help our students be successful in the global economy. Our goal is that every Mormon Trail student will graduate from high school globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life in the 21st century.

I-Smile

Exciting News! I-Smile™ program has received legal approval to start using the electronic I-Smile™ @ School consent/release form! The link to the form is: https://is.gd/ismileconsent  and may be used immediately!

 

We are hoping to utilize this process in an effort to be more environmentally friendly.  You would not believe the amount of paper we go through. L  Of course, we still accept paper consents, some families will still need paper copies, the electronic form is another option beginning 2019-2020 school year.  Many of you have paper already, if you choose to go paperless any unused paper forms can be returned to the I-Smile dental team.

 

 

This will eliminate TEACHERS OR NURSES having to hand out or collect paper forms. J

The electronic consent forms are completed and submitted directly to IDPH (Iowa Dept. of Public Health).

 

The electronic consent is very secure (meets and exceeds requirements for collecting and storing Personally Identifiable Information [PII]) and information in the consent cannot be shared outside of the release of information parameters. It is also very user friendly – works on all Apple and Android phones, iPads and tablets, as well as all desktop and laptop computers.