Mrs. Stafslien
Students in 3rd grade completed their studies on ocean animals by making an outstanding mural! Great job kids! 💦🐬 Thanks to Mrs. Ellis for helping with this!
about 18 hours ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
General admission will be allowed for tonight's (1/19) A,B,C GBB games vs Kenmare starting at 4:15, but will be capped at 50% capacity. There will be 500 seats available for tonight's game and it will be first come, first serve. We have yet to hit capacity but be aware that admission is not guaranteed. Masks are required, concessions will be served, and it will be streamed free of charge on NFHSnetwork.
1 day ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
NFHS is experiencing some technical difficulties. I am working with customer service to resolve the issue.
2 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
A,BJH BBB vs Burke Co. will start at 4:30pm tonight (1/18) at the High School. Masks are still required at all times. Attendance will be open to the general public but will be capped at 600. Concessions will be offered and it will be streamed on NFHSnetwork free of charge.
3 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
The 3rd graders have been learning about cultures around the world! 🌏 This year looked a little different in the way they presented what they learned, but the show must go on! 👍🏻 Here is our 3rd Grade Virtual Culture Show! Click the link below! https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1LS9Buyzi9-ytXe4ZLdH3kz07G-eTpFna4Gq5xXBTcUc/edit
6 days ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley Public School
The school board had a special meeting on January 14 to discuss the continuation of wearing masks in our school district. At this time the board decided to continue to require masks in the school buildings even if the state mandate is lifted at some point. The board’s main goal is to keep students in the building learning face-to-face as much as possible and they felt that the masks help that goal since an individual does not have to quarantine if both they and the person who has tested positive are wearing masks. The board will review the requirement to wear masks at least monthly to determine whether they will continue with the requirement.
6 days ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
JHBBB @ Jim Hill tonight is postponed and I am currently working on a new date for that game. JH Wrestling Mixer scheduled for tonight is still on. Tonight will be a 4:30pm start as scheduled. We will be utilizing 2 mats in the gym and 1 mat in the multi-purpose room. Fans in the gym are asked to sit in their designated locations and there will be a limitation of parents only in the multi-purpose room during their child's respective athletes match in that room. Limited concessions will be served.
7 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School's phone lines are working again.
7 days ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School's phone lines are currently down. If you need to report an absence or reach the school, please email the high school at alice.dusek@k12.nd.us and the elementary at jasmynn.halvorson@k12.nd.us.
7 days ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools will start two hours late today, January 14. Buses will not run in the morning or afternoon.
7 days ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School
There will be a special meeting of the Stanley School Board at 5:00 PM on Thursday, January 14 in the teacher workroom at the high school to discuss the mask mandate.
8 days ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
For tomorrow's (1/14) JHBBB games at Jim Hill 4pm and 5pm start, attendance is restricted to 2 parents/guests per participate. Masks are required at all times, and it is asked that you leave once your child is no longer participating.
8 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Vouchers will no longer be needed for events at the HS. With expanded capacity will will just cap the number of fans at 50% capacity, which is about 600 fans. General admission will be first come, first serve. Events at the Elementary school will still need to be restricted because of the small size of the gym. Please look for future posts and messages from coaches for any details pertaining to home or away games. You may also contact me with any questions by phone or email (brooks.stafslien@k12.nd.us). Masks are required at all times and we will continue to provide free streaming on NFHSnetwork for all events at the HS.
8 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
GBB tonight 1/12 A,B,JH @ Stanley HS will start at 4:30pm. General admission will be allowed, so no vouchers will be given out. Concessions may be available tonight, but S-Club is still waiting on our pop order that is expected to arrive on Wednesday. Masks are required at all times and the game will be streamed free of charge on the NFHSNetwork.
9 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
BBB tonight 1/12 @ Berthold will be A & B games only. It is open for general admission, so vouchers will not be given out. Stanley fans are asked to enter door 1 and sit in the west bleachers. Masks and social distancing are required at all times. This game will be streamed on the NFHSNetwork: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/lewis-clark-high-school-berthold-nd/gam8fe579346f
9 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Sports pictures for students in grades 7-12 are January 15th from 3-6 at the HS.
10 days ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public Schools
Our music/choir classes will begin singing in class on January 13th. Students will be singing while wearing masks. If you have any questions, please call your building administrator.
10 days ago, Stanley Public Schools
Dana Curren
JUNIOR CLASS STUDENTS AND PARENTS -- Workers needed for Tuesday and Thursday! Please message Mrs. Curren immediately if you can work one of those nights, even if for only an hour. Please help ensure that we are able to serve concessions for our community!
10 days ago, Dana Curren
Brooks Stafslien
For the most up to date schedule changes please use the following schedule. https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/
12 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
GBB AB vs Killdeer 2pm start will be open to general admission. 500 seats will be available. Masks are required, no concessions at this time, and it will be streamed on NFHSnetwork free of charge.
12 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
NDHSAA has issued new attendance guidelines for activities. Stanley High School will now issue 500 general admission tickets to the public on a first come, first serve basis. Masks are required at all times, including in the gym, during the game. Failure to follow the directive issued by the state can result in NDHSAA fines for the school and/or cancelation of our seasons. Thank you for your cooperation.
13 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's GBB matchup with Bishop Ryan is supposed to be streamed on NFHSnetwork but they are having technical difficulties that they are actively trying to resolve. If they can not fix the issue before the varsity game, I will post a Youtube link for fans to watch.
14 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Dana Curren
JUNIOR CLASS PARENTS--We will begin serving concessions again on Tuesday, January 12. Please check your email or ask your student for the letter sent home today about Junior Class Concessions. Email Mrs. Curren if you did not receive the email. Thank you!
14 days ago, Dana Curren
Dana Curren
SHS Junior/Senior Prom is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 17. Junior/Senior Banquet will be held Friday, April 16. Please watch for more information in the near future!
14 days ago, Dana Curren
Stanley Public School
Cheerleading practice starts Monday, January 11, 2021 at 4 p.m. at the high school.
15 days ago, Stanley Public School
Mrs. Stafslien
Do you wanna build a Snowman? ⛄️ Mrs. Stafslien’s class made “Frosty” the Snowman during science class to be able to observe the water cycle first hand! We are observing each day and recording data!
15 days ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder for Stanley fans attending events that masks are required at all times. This includes when you are in the gym seated as well. This is a directive from the State and must be followed per NDHSAA guidelines. Failure to follow mask procedures can result in a referral to the NDHSAA Board of Directors which could result in fines for the school and/or cancelation of activities. Masks will be required until at least January 18th when the governor's executive order will either expire or be extended. Thank you for your cooperation.
17 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
1/8 A,B,C BBB vs Bishop Ryan 4:15 @ Stanley HS. General admission is available for this game and tickets can be picked up at the office. This game will also be streamed on NFHS free of charge and no concessions will be provided.
17 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
1/7 A,B,C GBB @ Bishop Ryan will have restricted attendance. Passes have been distributed to players families. This game will be streamed but I have not been provided a link yet. 1/7 C BBB 4:30pm @ Stanley HS vs South Prairie will be streamed on the NFHS Networkhttps://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/stanley-high-school-stanley-nd Attendance is capped at 300 but tickets will not be distributed. No charge for this event 1/7 Wrestling vs Velva and Rugby @ Rugby 5pm Stanley vs Rugby followed by Stanley vs Velva. Passes will be distributed to families and are required for attendance. Streaming available at the following link. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/rugby-high-school-rugby-nd
17 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
1/5 BBB and GBB @ Tioga: Attendance is restricted and tickets will be distributed to players families. Masks are required at all times and GBB fans are asked to leave before the boys games start, unless you have a child participating. JVGBB 3pm and Varsity 4:30pm - JVBBB 6pm and 7:30pm 1/5 JHGBB Kenmare @ Stanley Elementary 4:30 start 2 games. Tickets have been distributed to players families and are required for attendance. This game will not be streamed.
17 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
1/4 GBB @ Des Lacs JV/V starting at 5:45 will be streamed at the following link:https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/des-lacsburlington-high-school-des-lacs-nd/gamb4f974a4a5 Tickets have been distributed and are required for admission. Masks are required at all times.
17 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Eden Cuypers
Parents of elementary students using Edgenuity: Any students in grades K-6 who are learning online through Edgenuity can join our lunch bunch! They will have the chance to see their classmates through a Teams meeting set up during their lunch time. I have attached the schedule for January lunch bunch meetings. Students need to join through the grade level counseling group on Teams. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Cuypers.
17 days ago, Eden Cuypers
Stanley FFA
Congratulations to our 10 members that received free FFA Jackets and scarves/ties through the North Dakota FFA Blue Jackets Bright Futures Program! Jacket Recipients: Mattiea Stone Abigail Clark Abby Wing Jack Hynek Norah Hermanson Bethany Enander Carter Jenkins Kayden Grisham Zachary Curren Aubrey Locken
17 days ago, Stanley FFA
Anthony Cuypers
Parents of 8th Graders, I am asking students to bring in a mason jar preferably a Quart size jar for a lab on Thursday and Friday. These will be returned back to you once the lab is finished. We are starting a unit on Minerals and we were going to grow our own Rock Crystal Candy Sticks. No lids are needed for this.
17 days ago, Anthony Cuypers
Alecia Pulver
Parents of students in 7-12: Teachers will no longer automatically start an online Teams live video stream of classes. Live video streams will be reserved ONLY for students who have two or more symptoms of Covid and need to be out for 10 days or for when students need to quarantine. (All other absences will be handled as before the pandemic.) If your child has two or more symptoms and needs to be out for 10 days or needs to quarantine, you must call the office so teachers will know to start an online meeting for your child.
17 days ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
We seem to be experiencing some technical difficulties with our NFHS streaming services for today's Stanley vs TGU BBB game. I apologize for the inconvenience and will work to remedy the issue. Thank you for your understanding.
23 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
December 30 GBB vs Our Redeemers: It is asked that only parents/families of athletes attend tomorrow's 1pm JV/V matchups @ Our Redeemers. Concessions will be limited and masks are required. The games will also be streamed on the following link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrD-fnz1XmtZnh2LkCv6ZRQ December 30 BBB A,B,C @ Hazen with an 11am start will be streamed on the NFHS Network. Passes have been given to players. Social distancing and masks are required at all times.
24 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tomorrow 12/29: BBB C game vs Tioga will start at 10:30am and TGU JV game will start at 12:30pm will a varsity game to follow. approximately 175 general admission tickets are available for pickup at the HS. There will be no concessions available, masks are required, and all games will be streamed free of charge on the NFHS network. Tomorrow 12/29 GBB A,B vs NSP @ Plaza 2pm start for the JV game with the varsity game to follow. Only 25 tickets have been provided for our players families but the game will be streamed on the NFHS network. Fans that do attend are asked to sit on the north side of the gym, social distance, and masks are required at all times.
24 days ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Parents of 8th grade Distance Learning Students: Please be on the lookout for an email from the North Dakota Center for Distance Education. This email will contain information about your child's North Dakota studies class. This class will officially open on January 4th.
about 1 month ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Rough Rider Tournament Final Round:
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Lions Bracket Final Round:
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Parents of students in grades 6-12 who have signed up for our distance learning option: Please check your email for information regarding Edgenuity login information.
about 1 month ago, Stanley Public Schools
Karen Colbenson
Brayden teaching the reading class how to create a gingerbread house using his impressive computer skills.
about 1 month ago, Karen Colbenson
Brooks Stafslien
Streaming for GBB tonight @ New England can be found at the following link. You will need a paid subscription to view this particular game. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/new-england-high-school-new-england-nd
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
JH Wrestling tonight @ Killdeer will not allow away fans. JH Wrestling on Saturday @ Bishop Ryan will have a 2 pass per participant restriction. Varsity wrestling on Saturday will have a 2 pass per participant limit, capped at 20 passes. Streaming for Kenmare can be found at http://bit.ly/HonkerYoutube.
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Lions Tournament: Stanley vs Tioga @ Ray 5pm start. Tickets will be available to the public after 12:30pm. Reminder: Each team in the tournament is capped at 150 fans for Ray and 125 fans for Berthold. Masks are required, please social distance in family pods, and sit in the appropriately labeled seating. Streaming will be available 15min prior to game time using the following link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKz32d4n__Up2HfST0OXcg
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
JHGBB tonight @ Trenton will be livestreamed on NFHSNetwork. Vouchers were not given out and attendance is restricted to 2 fans per player capped at 50. There will be a $3 charge for attendance. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/trenton-high-school-trenton-nd
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley FFA
Congratulations to Lara Lane for being selected as a recipient for a $1,000 National FFA SAE Expansion Grant. This award was sponsored by General Mills and she will use it to expand her candle business. This year 23 different sponsors made 29 different types of SAE Grants available and Lara was one 5,968 applicants.
about 1 month ago, Stanley FFA
Brooks Stafslien
Rough Rider Bracket for Day 2 on December 17th.
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Updated Lions Bracket for Thursday, December 17th. Streaming information will be posted on Thursday.
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jacob Hellman
Today 4th grade had high school sign language students join them to teach how to sign “We Wish You a Merry Christmas”. The kids had a blast learning the song!
about 1 month ago, Jacob Hellman
Stanley FFA
It is that time of year again! It is the time that Ag 2 and Ag 3 students show off their creative talents by creating holiday decor items using scrap items from around the shop/their home. Check out their talents and vote on your favorites before Thursday, December 17th at 8am on the Stanley FFA Facebook Page!
about 1 month ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA
It is that time of year again! It is the time that Ag 2 and Ag 3 students show off their creative talents by creating holiday decor items using scrap items from around the shop/their home. Check out their talents and vote on your favorites before Thursday, December 17th at 8am on the Stanley FFA Facebook Page!
about 1 month ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA
It is that time of year again! It is the time that Ag 2 and Ag 3 students show off their creative talents by creating holiday decor items using scrap items from around the shop/their home. Check out their talents and vote on your favorites before Thursday, December 17th at 8am on the Stanley FFA Facebook Page!
about 1 month ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA
It is that time of year again! It is the time that Ag 2 and Ag 3 students show off their creative talents by creating holiday decor items using scrap items from around the shop/their home. Check out their talents and vote on your favorites before Thursday, December 17th at 8am on the Stanley FFA Facebook Page!
about 1 month ago, Stanley FFA
Elementary Library
12 Days of Making sponsored by Capstone. Check back each day to access 2 free eBooks and activities around a maker topic. https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/e/2PACX-1vT5S_Nyfa0H1HchbeDRIkEZ-P-1WsU1jUtwkr1rf8NxGRJGNXy4BzGimK3oh-hB-Y0orAVxNYPhAsRJ/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000#slide=id.p
about 1 month ago, Elementary Library
Brooks Stafslien
For tonight's Lions Tournament matchup in Ray, fans are asked to show up no earlier than 25 minutes prior to the game. Masks and passes are required for entry. There will be no concessions and Stanley fans are required to sit in the section marked for Stanley fans. General admission tickets are available for the public and available at the HS office. Tickets are required for entry. Streaming will be available using the following link. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRKz32d4n__Up2HfST0OXcg
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
For today's A,B GBB game in Killdeer, there will be a 2 fan restriction per player. Any parents that did not receive tickets may pick them up at the HS office at your earliest convenience. Visit the following link for live streaming the game. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/killdeer-high-school-killdeer-nd
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
🩰 Nutcracker Day 2! 🌲 Another fun day of nutcracker activities was had by Mrs. Stafslien’s class today! We went on a virtual fieldtrip by the Southern California Ballet Academy where we learned about the history of the story/ballet, explored a 3D tour of the theater, designed our own costumes, and got to watch the actual ballet performance! We also drew our own nutcrackers and made crowns/soldier hats to wear during the performance! Lilly-Jean was our winner of our Nutcracker trophy this week! Such a fun day!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
JHBBB practice will begin on Monday, December 14th @ Stanley Elementary. Practice will start with a brief parent meeting at 6pm with a regular practice to follow. Make sure your athletes have masks, all necessary forms were sent home with your students that signed up. If you did not receive those forms they will be available at the parent meeting. If you are unable to attend the parent meeting, please make arrangements with the coaches for an alternative time. Practice will run until approximately 8pm. Game schedule can be found via the following link: https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/date/2019-08-26/view/week/
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Due to sewer issues, the Stanley Lions Holiday Tournament will have to be moved to Berthold and Ray. See the attached bracket for the location changes.
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
📖 Because of Winn Dixie Party! 🐕 After finishing the novel, Mrs. Stafslien’s class enjoyed “sandwiches, pickles, lozenges, and animal crackers” which all appear in the book, during our party today! The kids LOVED this story and so far, love the movie too! Thanks to the parents who helped with this!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Hello Everybody!! Aunt Bethany and Uncle Louis made a visit to Stanley High today for ‘Dress As Your Favorite Christmas Character’ day.
about 1 month ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Last night the governor announced that his executive order that placed restrictions on athletic contests is set to expire on Monday. This announcement was in addition to NDHSAA passing new guidelines on attendance. Stanley will now allow 300 fans at our games based off of the graduated guidance (see image). For the Lions Tournament starting on Monday, each school will be given 150 tickets per game in Stanley and Ray but 125 tickets per team at Berthold. During the regular season, District 16 voted to distribute up to 75% of the allowable tickets to the home school and up to 25% of the tickets for away schools. For Stanley that would be 225 home tickets and 75 away. Since not all gym sizes are the same, ticket numbers will change based on the host sites gym capacity, but the percentages of distribution will remain the same. Masks are required for all of those in attendance and concessions will remain closed until further notice.
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Parents of Jr High/Sr High Students: If your child fails a first semester class, they are ineligible for the first two weeks at the start of the next semester. Please check Powerschool for your child's grades.
about 1 month ago, Alecia Pulver
Jacob Hellman
Today in Mr. Hellman’s social studies classes the students continued learning about the causes and start of the US Civil War. To show the differences in supplies and weapons the class got to have a mock battle with paper “bullets.” Union soldiers had 3 shots while Confederate soldiers had one. At the end all students battled Mr. Hellman who represented the south at the end of the war. Much like the confederate states, he lost!
about 1 month ago, Jacob Hellman
Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Lions Tournament will take place at three different locations this year. Stanley will host 5pm and 7:30pm games on December 14th, 17th and 18th. Ray will host 5pm and 7:30pm games on the 14th and 18th and L&C Berthold will host a 5pm and 7:30pm games on the 17th. With current restrictions set at 50 fans, each team will be given 25 passes to distribute. There will be no general admission and attendance will be invite only. Games held at Stanley will be streamed on the NFHS Network free of charge. Once streaming information from Ray and Berthold are made available, I will post it. Reminder for the most up to date scheduling information, please visit the following link: https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/ NFHS Link for Stanley: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/stanley-high-school-stanley-nd
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
The Killdeer Rough Rider GBB Tournament game 1 for Stanley has been rescheduled for Monday, December 14th @ Killdeer 5pm (central). Game 2 will be either Thursday the 17th or Friday the 18th depending on gym/schedule openings for the team we will face. Game 3 is scheduled to take place on Saturday the 19th. There will be a 50 fan restriction for attendance so no general admission and attendance will be invite only. Killdeer has the ability to stream on NFHS, but I have not received a specific game link and will do so once it is available. Links listed below are for the general NFHS page and to our athletic scheduler as well. Please refer to the scheduler for the most up to date scheduling information. Link to NFHS: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/ https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/
about 1 month ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Reminder: Today is the last day to sign up for next semester's distance learning. If you have not directly talked with a building principal, you are not enrolled. The enrollment window will close at 4:30 today, December 7th. When you enroll in distance learning, you are committing to the entire semester.
about 1 month ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
As we wrap up the semester, junior high/high school students need to check with their teachers about the last day they will accept any late work. Parents may also email or call classroom teachers if they have any questions about missing assignments.
about 1 month ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public Schools
Reminder: The deadline to enroll your child in the distance learning program is December 7th at 4:30pm. Parents must call the building principal to enroll their child. If you have not talked to a principal, your child is not enrolled. When you enroll in distance learning, you are committing to the entire semester.
about 1 month ago, Stanley Public Schools
Mrs. Stafslien
🎄Nutcracker Day! 🎁 Mrs. Stafslien’s Class had Day 1 of our Nutcracker month of fun! -First off, their teacher greeted them at the door but was no longer “just” their teacher! -We had a word search race ( Congrats Anthony & Tyson) and made nutcracker glyphs! -We also had our first winner of the Nutcracker trophy “Sir Crackington” awarded to River! Great job kids! It was a very fun day!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Reminder: The deadline to enroll your child in the distance learning program is December 7th at 4:30pm. Parents must call the building principal to enroll their child. If you used the distance learning option during the fall semester, you will need to call to enroll your child in the spring semester. When you enroll your child distance learning, you are committing to the entire semester.
about 1 month ago, Stanley Public Schools
Eden Cuypers
Elementary students who are online are welcome to join our Lunch Bunch on Teams! It's a great time to hang out with some classmates who are in-person at school and laugh and talk with friends! Attached is a schedule of lunch bunch dates. The elementary school counselor, Mrs. Cuypers will start a meeting in the grade level counseling Team for your group. This is not required at all, but you can join when you'd like to. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Cuypers at the elementary school!
about 1 month ago, Eden Cuypers
Kendra Evensvold
Mrs. Evensvold's Desktop Publishing/FBLA students created their own Christmas Activity Book as a class. Almost every page was created from scratch and I am very impressed with their work! Copies were given to students in grades 1-3, but you can view and print your own copy by following the link below. https://www.mrsevensvold.com/christmas-activity-book
about 1 month ago, Kendra Evensvold
Alecia Pulver
Sign up for next semester’s distance learning will close on December 7th. If you are enrolling your child in distance learning, this will be for the entire semester. Additionally, if you miss the sign up deadline, your child will not be able to sign up for distance learning. Families will need to make their decisions regardless of a mask mandate, as students will not be able to move back and forth from distance learning to in-person learning. Again, you will be signing up for the entire semester. Our previous link was to gauge interest in distance learning. To formally sign up for distance learning, you must call the building principal. Deadline for signing up is December 7th at 4:30pm. Please call your building principal with any questions. Thank you. Stanley Elementary 701-628-2422 Stanley High School 701-628-2342
about 1 month ago, Alecia Pulver
Mr. Peterson
No objections here! Senior forensics successfully concluded the 2020 mock trials. All teams came with their game faces and ready to argue. The epic courtroom battles resulted in two not guilty verdicts. A special thanks to Wade Enget, Heather Lee, and Traci Hysjulien of the Mountrail County Courthouse for making this day a possibility. An additional thankyou to the jurors who volunteered their morning listening to the cases and deliberating the verdicts. The 2020 jurors included Pam Germundson, Matthew Heidbreder, Cammi Hysjulien, Lauri Hynek, Lisa Lapica, Calli Hennessy, Barb Nesheim, and Heather Lee. Thank you for your time and service. A shout-out to all participating seniors. Your efforts and preparedness were remarkable. The way each of your handled the pressures of the courtroom and dominated were outstanding! #ScienceSwag
about 1 month ago, Mr. Peterson
Kendra Evensvold
Yearbook sales are still on! Order at https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/ for $35!
about 1 month ago, Kendra Evensvold
Stanley Public Schools
The staff of Stanley Public Schools would like to thank the wonderful people at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Ross for gifting each of us with a $10 gift card to The Rustic Bean. Your generosity put a smile on our faces and joy in our hearts. Thank you for being our #daymaker. We appreciate your kindness and will most certainly enjoy our gift cards!
about 1 month ago, Stanley Public Schools
Erica Klabunde
Students, please join us in our December dress-up days!
about 1 month ago, Erica Klabunde
Ms. Tronset
COZY FRIDAY! Reading students wore their coziest clothes while listening to Jan Brett's newest story Cozy. Check out this awesome story and the musk ox farm in Alaska that inspired its main character. https://www.janbrett.com/
about 1 month ago, Ms. Tronset
Brooks Stafslien
NDHSAA Q and A: 1. Q. Are winter sports teams able to practice in-person between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. No. E.O. 2020-43 does not allow any organized activities outside of school hours. 2. Q. Are winter Fine Arts activities able to practice in-person between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. No. E.O. 2020-43 does not allow any organized activities outside of school hours. 3. Q. Are coaches allowed to hold virtual practices/workouts between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. Yes, provided they are approved by the local school district. Class A Basketball virtual practices/workouts prior to their traditional first allowable practice dates may not be mandatory. 4. Q. Do virtual practices/workouts count towards the nine-minimum practice rule for sports? A. No. 5. Q. Are Fine Arts activities allowed to hold virtual practices between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. Yes, provided they are approved by the local school district. 6. Q. Are Fine Arts activities allowed to hold virtual competitions between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. Not at this time. 7. Q. Are coaches able to work with students in the school weight room between November 16, 2020 and November 29, 2020? A. No. E.O. 2020-43 does not allow any organized activities outside of school hours. 8. Q. May a high school student use the school’s weight room or athletic facilities as part of a physical education class? A. Yes, provided it is done during the instructional day. 9. Q. Are schools able to sponsor an ‘open gym’ or ‘open ice’ or ‘open mat’ session off school grounds. A. No. 10. Q. Are school sponsored camps allowed? A. No. 11. Q. Are winter sports participants allowed to attend individual camps, off school grounds, on their own? A. No. Sports-specific, special training camps during the season are not allowed. 12. Q. Are winter sports coaches able to instruct their players as part of a non-school team? A. No. Student participation on non-school teams during the season is not permitted. NDHSAA FAQs for ND Executive Order 2020-43 NDHSAA Board Approval: 11/17/2020 Updated: 11/18/2020 13. Q. May students participate out-of-state during the winter activities suspension? A. No. A student that participates on a non-school team in a similar sport during the season is suspended for six contests for each non-school contest they participate in. 14. Q. May a student participate on an out-of-state winter sports team through a coop with an out-of-state school? A. No. E.O. 2020-43 applies to all North Dakota schools and students. 15. Q. May a non-school team use school facilities? A. No. 16. Q. Will NDHSAA postseason event dates be altered? A. At this time the plan is for all NDHSAA winter postseason events to be held as scheduled. 17. Q. Will sports specific regulations, including maximum allowable contests, be altered? A. Sport-specific regulations will be reviewed in the near future. 18. Q. Are schools able to hold previously scheduled concerts, musicals, plays, esports, etc. prior to November 30th? A. These events are not sanctioned by the NDHSAA. Administrators may refer to guidance from the Governor’s Office. 19. Q. Is the nine-practice rule waived once activities resume on November 30, 2020? A. No. Students will still need to participate in nine daily practices prior to competing in a contest. 20. Q. Do practices prior to November 16, 2020 count toward the nine-practice rule? A. Yes. Sports that were suspended in the middle of their season (hockey, wrestling, junior high basketball in some areas, etc.) may begin playing contests on December 14, 2020. 21. Q. When is the first allowable contest for sports that were not delayed? A. Sports that have their first practice on November 30, 2020 may begin playing games on December 14, 2020. 22. Q. Is the deadline for winter sports teams to submit their schedule, roster, photo, and cutline extended? A. Yes. The new deadline for submission will be Monday, December 21, 2021
2 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
Governor Burgum has announced that sports practices and extracurricular activities will be allowed to resume on November 30 with extra precautions in place. Competitions will remain suspended until at least December 14. More information will be provided as we get it.
2 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Community Schools is pleased to have three projects enrolled in the St. Joseph's Community Health Foundation's Twice Blessed program. With this program, any donation made to the SACK Program, Stanley Elementary School playground project or the Will Athletic Complex will be matched by Twice Blessed. Your donation will be doubled, making your contribution go farther. To participate in this program, please donate at the following link. https://sjchfnd.com/twice-blessed/
2 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Student Council expresses gratitude for our teachers! Thank you teachers for all you do! Enjoy your breakfast.
2 months ago, Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Stanley FFA
Check out what our talented Ag 1 students have been working on! Head on over to the Stanley FFA Facebook Page to cast your vote for your favorite Corn Hole Board design!
2 months ago, Stanley FFA
Erica Klabunde
Our students have done a great job wearing their masks today! Please be sure they’re coming with clean masks each day. Masks also need to be worn on buses. Thank you, parents and students. We appreciate you! 💙
2 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public School
Due to the state health officer order and Governor Burgum’s executive order, starting Monday, November 16 face masks will be required at school through at least December 14. Also, all extracurricular activities including all games, practices, and open gyms are cancelled through December 14.
2 months ago, Stanley Public School
Karen Colbenson
Congratulations to seventh grader Cody Anderson! He passed the most quizzes and spent the most time on software in reading class to earn his ND word search shirt!! Be proud of yourself, Cody!!
2 months ago, Karen Colbenson
Stanley Public Schools
Parents, as we move into the holiday season, please know that distance learning is not for vacation purposes. It is meant for quarantining and ill students only.
2 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Elementary Library
Our online book fair ends this Sunday. All purchases support the Stanley Elementary School Library. https://efairs.follettbookfairs.com/guest/home?classCode=M478G
2 months ago, Elementary Library
Stanley Public School
For the second semester (January 4 – May 21) our full-time online option will look different than the first semester. For the second semester, our students who opt to learn full-time online will be utilizing an online learning platform called Edgenuity. The students will be learning from this platform and will not be learning directly from the teachers in our buildings. Everyone should realize that this is a rigorous program that will not be an easier option to in person learning. Parents/guardians will need to assist students in grades K-6 with coursework as they will not be working directly with a teacher. Older students (7-12) will have to watch their pacing and make sure they are getting their work done so they can complete their classes prior to the end of the school year, this will require parents to help monitor their student’s progress and students to be self-motivated and organized. Again, all online learners should expect that the online courses will be quite rigorous. Students who choose the online option will not be learning at the same time as the learners in our buildings, rather they will be learning asynchronously through this new platform. Students will be able to work on their classes at their own times. We will have a staff person who is monitoring student progress and helping to keep students on track to complete their courses by the end of the semester. This staff person will be the point of contact for all online learners. Any questions on the new online learning option should be directed to the building principals – Mrs. Klabunde at the elementary school (701-628-2422) and Mrs. Pulver at the high school (701-628-2342). Please complete the survey at the link below by Monday, November 16. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Kni_2_HO8UqGyB-SAQYdtluIF0g7CthOsy3ZDOrrYz9UNFROSUw0ODhOVUpEQTJNWllWQlJTVlo1RC4u
2 months ago, Stanley Public School
Erica Klabunde
We’re looking for a custodian at the elementary school. If you are interested or know of someone who may be interested, the application can be found on our website or this link: https://stanley.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx.
2 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Today at SHS, it is “tell me something good Tuesday!” Students and staff send on messages of good things in their life. But that’s not all! It is also “ Toaster Tuesday!” Sophomore, Zosia Braddock, designed a positive toaster filled with goodies to be passed around to bring joy and hope to Stanley students. Be the change you wish to see in the world! Have a terrific Tuesday!
2 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Today at SHS, it is “tell me something good Tuesday!” Students and staff send on messages of good things in their life. But that’s not all! It is also “ Toaster Tuesday!” Sophomore, Zosia Braddock, designed a positive toaster filled with goodies to be passed around to bring joy and hope to Stanley students. Be the change you wish to see in the world! Have a terrific Tuesday!
2 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Shandi Camino
22 a day. Did you know that 22 veterans commit suicide every day? We want to help! Your Bluejay Student Council will be hosting a fundraiser next week in honor of Veterans Day. Staff and students will participate in a national dress down week (jeans and hats) for a $5 donation. All proceeds will be sent to the GI Go Fund, which aids our nations veterans in receiving housing, employment, education, and mental health care. Would you like to join us? Donations can be made online at: https://gigo.org/teams/bluejay-stuco-stanley-nd/index.html Honor their sacrifice. Happy Veterans Day. ❤️🤍💙
2 months ago, Shandi Camino
Sarah Brewer
District 16 Volleyball Awards, click the link below https://5il.co/mtie Congratulations to Raygen Lee & Leevi Meyer for being selected for the 2020 All-District 16 Team and also to Leevi for making the 2020 All-District 16 Tournament Team!
3 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Stanley Public Schools
We have been notified someone in the high school building has tested positive. All close contacts have been notified.
3 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Elementary Library
Don't forget to checkout our online book fair going on now. All purchases support the Stanley Elementary School Library. https://efairs.follettbookfairs.com/guest/home?classCode=M478G
3 months ago, Elementary Library
Erica Klabunde
Our future voters fulfilled their civic duty. 🇺🇸
3 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Jacob Hellman
For the last week Mr. Hellman’s social studies class has been learning about the 2020 election. They have looked at who the candidates are running for office in North Dakota as well as the ballot measures and even learned what the electoral college is. Today everything came to a close as the students were allowed to vote in their own classroom election. Students were given a sample ballot yesterday to take home and discuss with parents. After deciding who they wanted to vote for they cast their ballot during the election in fourth grade social studies class. The results of the election were: President: Jorgenson - 1 Biden - 2 Trump - 38 Congress: Peterson - 3 Armstrong - 33 Raknerud - 3 State Senate: Rust - 37 State House: Anderson - 30 Longmuir - 38 Governor: Lenz - 2 Burgum - 35 Hendrickson - 1 Coachman (write in) - 2 Superintendent of Public Instruction: Dick - 24 Baesler - 20 County Commissioner: Houge - 13 Olson - 27 Rice - 14 Heinle - 25 Ballot Measure #1 Yes - 12 No - 27 Ballot Measure #2 Yes - 21 No - 18
3 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Alecia Pulver
High school students and staff: We are currently working on our boiler system. The building may be chilly in the morning. Please dress accordingly. Thank you.
3 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Eden Cuypers
Check out the Virtual Lunch Bunch for any elementary students who are distance learning at any time! Information for the lunch bunch can be found on your student's Teams Counseling Page, and the schedule for November lunch bunch times is attached here. Please ask Mrs. Cuypers if you have any questions!
3 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Elementary Library
Stanley Elementary School is hosting a Follett Book eFair from November 1st to November 15th. Online orders will ship free to the school when the fair is complete. Every purchase made helps earn free books for the Elementary School Library. https://efairs.follettbookfairs.com/guest/home?classCode=M478G
3 months ago, Elementary Library
Erica Klabunde
We’ll be having a loose change collection next week (Nov. 2-6) to help Denise Sundean with medical expenses. Anyone and everyone is welcome to bring in change to help. 💜
3 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Kendra Evensvold
Order your 2020-2021 yearbook at https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/ for $35!
3 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Ms. Tronset
Mrs. Meyers students read the book Creepy Pair of Underwear By Aaron Reynolds this week. They then made their own creepy underwear. They turned out so cute!
3 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Stanley Public School
We have been notified of two positive cases at the high school and a positive case at the elementary school. Close contacts will be notified and advised to quarantine. One of the people who tested positive was wearing a mask, so any individuals that came into contact with that person who were also wearing a mask will not be required to quarantine.
3 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder for fans that are attending tonight's game that masks are required. Games will be streamed on the NFHSnetwork: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/divide-county-high-school-crosby-nd/gam0ebbb1681d
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Sarah Sorenson
A few of our 7th graders taking part in the #redglassesmovement Today was Wishful Wednesday at SHS...Tell us what you wish for! Be bold, dream big!
3 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Darcie Faul
Mrs. Faul’s 1st Graders are wearing red glasses in support of the #redglassesmovement. Live Boldy. Love Big. Pass it On.
3 months ago, Darcie Faul
Sarah Sorenson
#redglassesmovement Live boldly, love big and pass it on! We are wearing red glasses to live out this message. Watch the video below to find out why. https://vimeo.com/leatherandwood/review/467892423/be349bf4c5
3 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Brooks Stafslien
This year's District 16 VB Tournament will take place at the home site of the higher seed in the tournament. Fans will be limited to 2 tickets per participant and MASKS ARE REQUIRED for attendance. General admission will not be allowed. If you dont have a pass or a mask, you will not be allowed entry. There will be a $5 charge for admission. Concessions will be limited to pop, popcorn, and candy. These rules are universal to all host sites for the District 16 Tournament. See the attached picture for the bracket and use the following link to see the NDHSAA post season guidelines: https://ndhsaa.com/files/2020_21_Board_And_Committees/10-15-20/NDHSAA_Football_and_Volleyball_Postseason_Attendance_Protocols_Approved.pdf
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tickets will not be distributed for tonight's 5pm A,B,C VB game @ South Prairie, but there will be a restriction of 2 fans per participant. Stanley fans are asked to sit on the east side of the gym, and streaming will not be available.
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley FFA
Thank you to everyone that purchased a wreath and raffle ticket, it was a successful fundraiser that will provide several opportunities for our members to grow their FFA experience!
3 months ago, Stanley FFA
Alecia Pulver
The eligibility report for grades 7-12 is completed every Wednesday. This would be a great time to check your child's grades in Powerschool. If you are having trouble accessing Powerschool, please call the high school office.
3 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Come Vote on Your Favorite Decorated Pumpkin! The students of the medical related careers class are hosting a breast cancer awareness fundraiser at the 2020 annual Dig Pink game. We chose 10 teachers to carve and decorate pumpkins so that YOU can vote for your favorite one. You can stop by the booth near the lunchroom and buy tickets to drop in the cup for your favorite pumpkin! All funds are being pulled in with the earnings from the Dig Pink game to be donated to a breast cancer organization. Price- 2 tickets for $1 We know the attendance at the game is very limited, so if you can't attend, you can donate online at: https://the-nest-33.square.site/s/shop
3 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public School
There will be A/B/C volleyball vs. Mohall starting at 5:00 PM at the high school. It is Dig Pink night for volleyball tonight. Also, there will be a varsity football game vs. Bismarck St. Mary's starting at 6:00 PM at the high school. It will be senior night at the football game tonight. Attendance at both events will be limited. There will be no general admission to either event tonight. Everyone must have a reserved ticket pass in order to attend the games tonight.
3 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School
We have been notified of two positive cases at the elementary school. All close contacts have been notified and advised to quarantine.
3 months ago, Stanley Public School
Alice Dusek
Retake pictures are tomorrow, Tuesday, October 20, 2020; 9:30AM to 10:30 AM at elementary school & 11AM to noon at the high school Order forms are available online: https://gemarphotography.hhimagehost.com/V2/Home/Index Students MUST return original pictures to get retakes taken.
3 months ago, Alice Dusek
Erica Klabunde
We’re wearing purple today to show Denise our love and send her positive vibes of strength. We miss you, Denise, and can’t wait to see you again!
3 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley FFA
Today is the last day to support the Stanley FFA Wreath Sales Fundraiser. We are sold out of raffle tickets for the year, but have plenty of wreaths that can be purchased. Orders are due at 4:00pm Today (Monday, October 19th) at the link attached. http://the-nest-33.square.site/
3 months ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley Public Schools
Junior high GBB practice tomorrow, Monday, Oct 19th, at 4:00 at the elementary school..
3 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Eden Cuypers
Elementary parents & families: Mrs. Cuypers is starting a Virtual Lunch Bunch for students who are distance learning or quarantined so they can connect with their in-school peers and classmates. A calendar with a schedule, a parent letter, and a video with directions on how to access the Lunch Bunch meetings can be found in Teams on your student's grade level counseling group. The Virtual Lunch Bunch is completely optional, but a way for your child/children to connect with their friends and classmates and boost their mental health while learning from home. It is a time for your student to have fun, chat with their peers, and even be a little silly! If you or your student have any questions or concerns, please email, call Mrs. Cuypers at the elementary school, or send her a message on Teams.
3 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Eden Cuypers
Elementary parents & families: Mrs. Cuypers is starting a Virtual Lunch Bunch for students who are distance learning or quarantined so they can connect with their in-school peers and classmates. A calendar with a schedule, a parent letter, and a video with directions on how to access the Lunch Bunch meetings can be found in Teams on your student's grade level counseling group. The Virtual Lunch Bunch is completely optional, but a way for your child/children to connect with their friends and classmates and boost their mental health while learning from home. It is a time for your student to have fun, chat with their peers, and even be a little silly! If you or your student have any questions or concerns, please email, call Mrs. Cuypers at the elementary school, or send her a message on Teams.
3 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Brooks Stafslien
While Mountrail County continues to be in the orange designation, we will be restricting attendance to reserved tickets only. Two reserved passes will be given to each participant and general admission will not be allowed. These restrictions will apply to both volleyball and football. NDHSAA also released post-season guidelines today so click on the link for further details. Districts and Regional tournaments for VB will be played at the home court of the higher seed instead of a specific host site. Also, pay special attention to the mask requirements for post season events. https://ndhsaa.com/files/2020_21_Board_And_Committees/10-15-20/NDHSAA_Football_and_Volleyball_Postseason_Attendance_Protocols_Approved.pdf
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
2 tickets per player are being distributed for tonight's 4pm JH and 7pm Varsity match-ups @ Beulah. There will be no general admission allowed. The game will be streamed on: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/beulah-high-school-beulah-nd/gam93e164633a The game will also be broadcast on: KDKT 1410 AM http://www.kdktsports.com/
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
NDHSAA Statement on XC: In accordance with adjustments made by Governor Burgum yesterday to the Large Gathering Protocols, modifications have been made to the 2020 NDHSAA State Cross Country Meet. Instead of a combined state meet, two sites (Jamestown - Class A) and (Cooperstown - Class B) will be utilized for this NDHSAA postseason event. The Class A Division Races at the 2020 NDHSAA State Cross Country Meet will be held October 24 at Jamestown’s Parkhurst Campground/Pipestem Reservoir located at 281 North Jamestown, ND 58401. Jim Roaldson, Athletic Director at Jamestown High School, will serve as tournament site manager. The Class B Division Races at the 2020 NDHSAA State Cross Country Meet will be held October 24 at the Cooperstown Country Club Golf Course located at 305 Fairway Drive Cooperstown, N.D. 58425. Rick Anderson, Cross Country Coach at Griggs County Central, will serve as tournament site manager. CROWD LIMITATIONS: Attendance at each 2020 NDHSAA State Cross Country Meet site will be limited. All Class A and Class B teams that are bringing a full 7 runner roster will be allowed to bring one alternate and two coaches. Class B teams will receive four wristbands per participant/alternate/coach. Class A teams will receive two wristbands per participant/alternate/coach. Participating schools will receive wristbands from the NDHSAA that will be available for purchase. Wristbands will be required for entrance into the state meet. Wristband admission price is $10. Facemasks/coverings are required to be worn in areas where social distancing can’t be maintained. TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Cooperstown Country Club (Cooperstown, N.D.) Class B Boys: 3:00 p.m. Class B Girls: 3:45 p.m. Parkhurst Campground/Pipestem Reservoir (Jamestown, N.D.) Class A Boys: 3:00 p.m. Class A Girls: 3:45 p.m. More information on tshirt orders, course maps, and starting boxes will be available in the next few days. For more information on the NDHSAA State Cross Country Meet, please visit: https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndhsaanow.com%2Ftournaments%2Fcrosscountry-boys&data=04%7C01%7Cbrooks.stafslien%40k12.nd.us%7Cef107d5a62c94f016e1308d87149a81a%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0%7C0%7C637383908456186834%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=du%2FjdqQznB7bO8r6BoqhuQa6%2FoqmFpQKckYuTuAq5vU%3D&reserved=0 https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndhsaanow.com%2Ftournaments%2Fcrosscountry-girls&data=04%7C01%7Cbrooks.stafslien%40k12.nd.us%7Cef107d5a62c94f016e1308d87149a81a%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0%7C0%7C637383908456196792%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=hLWQS%2FnCsHkkWkesJhGkJ4oZVHd49wQqwmjb5lIiZ5A%3D&reserved=0 NDHSAA Boys Cross Country: https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndhsaa.com%2Fathletics%2Fcrosscountry-boys&data=04%7C01%7Cbrooks.stafslien%40k12.nd.us%7Cef107d5a62c94f016e1308d87149a81a%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0%7C0%7C637383908456196792%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=pWe%2FuZJ6CEODo7yX7CtX9kbZ5w2%2B2u0ZgxGNwEcHw9U%3D&reserved=0 NDHSAA Girls Cross Country: https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ndhsaa.com%2Fathletics%2Fcrosscountry-girls&data=04%7C01%7Cbrooks.stafslien%40k12.nd.us%7Cef107d5a62c94f016e1308d87149a81a%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0%7C0%7C637383908456196792%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C1000&sdata=zCBreRZAKu5tLJaiXkMoON9y9nM%2BDBHTvoNqYaFba0w%3D&reserved=0
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
As you have probably heard, Governor Burgum has downgraded the designation of Mountrail County from yellow to orange. The Governor and the ND Healthy Return to Learning Committee made clear that the county colors are specific to large gatherings and businesses and not meant for schools to alter the instructional model they are using. We are required to report each individual associated with the school (student and/or staff member) who tests positive for COVID-19. So far, since we have had to start reporting information to the state (which was in early August before school started), we have had to report 14 positive cases associated with the school. Of those 14 cases, 7 were not in the school during their infectious period either because it was prior to us being in school or because they were out of the school for other reasons. Of the 7 cases that were in our buildings during their infectious period, six (6) were deemed to have close contacts and one had no close contacts. From these cases we had a total of 101 student close contacts identified and 9 staff close contacts. All close contacts were quarantined for 14 days from their last exposure to the positive case. Of our 110 total close contacts, 1 has ended up testing positive. So, only 0.9% of close contacts in our school have tested positive. From the data tracked in North Dakota it has been found that about 1% of close contacts in schools have tested positive and, as you can see, we are experiencing about the same in our school. So, though the county level designation has changed, at this time we aren't making a change to our instructional model. However, there may be some changes to the number of people allowed at school events (sports and other activities) and more limitations placed on visitors in the buildings and use of the building by outside groups. Last, but not least, it is strongly recommended that everyone in the school wear a mask. Wearing a mask will help cut down on the number of people required to be sent home as close contacts. As you have probably heard, if both the positive individual and anyone who would normally be considered a close contact are wearing masks, only the positive individual will have to isolate. Those who would be otherwise be considered close contacts would not have to quarantine, they would just have to continue to wear a mask and self-monitor for symptoms. So, please do consider wearing a mask when social distancing is not possible.
3 months ago, Stanley Public School
Alecia Pulver
Parents of students in grades 7-12, eligibility for activities comes out every Wednesday. Please use this time to check your child's grades on Powerschool. If you do not have your Powerschool login, please call the school for assistance. Thank you.
3 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
Tomorrow (Thursday, 15th) we’ll be wearing pajamas for a $1 donation to help Denise Sundean with her medical expenses. Friday we’ll have hat day for a $1 donation. 💙 Our continued prayers go out to Denise and her family.
3 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public Schools
Please remember that our distance learning option is for students who need to be home for an extended period of time due to quarantining or isolating. This is not for students to come and go at will. When your elementary aged child needs to distance learn, please let the classroom teacher know a day ahead of time. This gives the teachers time to get materials together and time for you to pick up materials for the students. When your junior high/high school aged child needs to learn from home, please call the office so we can alert the teachers for attendance taking purposes. Thank you.
3 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Sarah Sorenson
Daily Day-maker Movement Week One: #madeyousmile Don’t get so absorbed with your own life that you fail to look up. When we intentionally look up - notice - act, we are given the opportunity to be necessary to someone - to be their blessing, to be there day-maker. When we choose to live our lives from that lens, we become bigger on the inside, which makes us better on the outside. Let’s intentionally create a ripple effect that lifts hearts. Scattered all over Stanley this week will be “made you smile” gifts for the person finding it and for that person to share. The Stanley Rec and the Mountrail Country Health Foundation will kick off the week. Each class in the elementary and high school will be working together to scatter the smiles as the week progresses. Nobody will really remember anything about you except the imprint you choose to make on them. Intentionally Look Up...Notice....Act. One simple act can change the tone of someone’s day, or even life.
3 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's A,B volleyball game vs Glenburn starting at 5pm will not have general admission available to students or the public. With Mountrail County being identified as a yellow county, attendance is restricted to 250. Tickets were distributed to home and away players/families. These tickets are required for entry into the game. If you do not have a ticket, you will not be allowed to attend the matches. Streaming will be available free of charge on the following link. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/stanley-high-school-stanley-nd/gam89ebc29fa4
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Ms. Tronset
Donations wanted. The title department is looking for donations of working flashlights. These can be dropped off at the office with a note attention Title. Stanley Elementary title students love to read by flashlight on Fridays!
3 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Erin Essler
Essler's 7th Life Science launched into the Characteristics of Life today with a little prank. Introduced them to Sewer Lice. They observed and came up with reasons why they're living. They got so excited/disgusted that they went to Google and that's when they figured it out! #igotthemhooked *Sewer Lice are just swollen raisins in Squirt, the carbonation moved the raisins around. So, is moving really a characteristic of life...?
3 months ago, Erin Essler
Kendra Evensvold
Order your 2020-2021 yearbook today! $35 each. They will be delivered the fall of 2021. http://ybpay.lifetouch.com/ Yearbook ID Code: 13954221
3 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Stanley Public School
We have been notified of a positive case at the high school and a positive case at the elementary school. All close contacts have been notified and advised to quarantine.
3 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
Away fans/parents will not be allowed for tomorrow's JHVB match @ Ramstad Middle School.
3 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Miss Olson
A message from the Music Department: Unfortunately, due to covid-19 and the aerosol studies that were put out by the University of Colorado Boulder, the Music Department and Administration for Stanley Public Schools have sadly decided to postpone the planning of Fall/Winter concerts until Spring Semester. We've exhausted all possibilities for alternatives, and this is the conclusion we've come to. We will be posting a Music Department video later this semester to show the community all that we are currently working on in the classroom in the place of regular concert music. We are so happy that we are a part of such a supportive, patient, positive, and kind community - we excitedly await the day that we can get back to normal music activities. If you'd like to read more about the aerosol study, here is a link: https://www.nfhs.org/media/4119369/aerosol-study-prelim-results-round-2-final-updated.pdf.
3 months ago, Miss Olson
Karen Colbenson
The high school hallways are full of positivity and love! Thank you, SHS Cheer Team!!
4 months ago, Karen Colbenson
Anthony Cuypers
I apologize everyone, at this time the clothing that was suppose to be in today has not arrived. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused and let’s hope it comes in tomorrow.
4 months ago, Anthony Cuypers
Brooks Stafslien
There will be 318 general admission tickets available for tonights A,B,C VB match-up vs Nedrose 5pm start. It will also be streamed on NFHSnetwork.com, free of charge.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Anthony Cuypers
Attention Football Parents and Community Members, if you ordered clothes from the Football BSN team shop those should be in today. Please stop by the HS between 4:00 and 4:55 today to pick up orders. Thank You-Coach Cuypers
4 months ago, Anthony Cuypers
Stanley FFA
Things look a little different for the annual Stanley FFA Wreath & Raffle Ticket fundraiser this year. We have decided to take it online, you can place your order here: https://the-nest-33.square.site/s/shop and choose an FFA member to credit your order to! Orders are due Monday, October 19th at 4pm!
4 months ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Stafslien
🍩🍪 Array Bakery Day! 🍪🍩 Mrs. Stafslien’s class has been studying arrays in math. Arrays are representations of multiplication facts. What’s a better way to get kids excited about math than SWEETS! 🧁 We made arrays in many different ways with all kinds of goodies. We had a blast!
4 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
There will be 318 general admission tickets for Stanley fans available for tonight's A,B,C volleyball match-up vs Ray starting at 5pm
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
In an effort to help Denise Sundean with medical expenses, we’re selling pumpkins at the elementary school for a freewill donation. The pumpkins are in our parking lot, and donations can be paid in our office. Thank you for any help you can give! 💙
4 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Shandi Camino
Student Council and administration have made the decision to postpone homecoming celebrations and activities until a later date. We still plan to have a coronation and other events; it just won't be this week. We will let you know when the new date has been determined. We do have permission to continue with our dress up days this week. Thank you for your understanding.
4 months ago, Shandi Camino
Brooks Stafslien
Ray just informed me that we have to cancel tonight's JH VB matchup scheduled for 4pm @ Stanley Elementary. Friday's FB game vs Minot High JV has also been canceled.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alice Dusek
Upper Missouri District Health will be provide a flu shot clinic at both schools on Friday, October 2, 2020. The flu shot clinic will be at the high school from 8am to noon and at the elementary school from 1pm to 4pm. Vaccination forms are available at both schools and must be completed prior to vaccination.
4 months ago, Alice Dusek
Stanley FFA
4 months ago, Stanley FFA
Brooks Stafslien
No fan restrictions for tonight's A,B,C VB matchup @ Divide Co. General admission will be allowed. If you check out their Facebook page I was told there is a possibility of it being streamed live but that wasnt for sure.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
With the large number of absences of staff due to illness and quarantining for close contacts, we are in desperate need of subs in pretty much all areas of the school – we need substitute teachers, substitute paras, substitute cooks, substitute janitors, and substitute secretaries. If we are not able to find enough subs it becomes increasingly likely that we may have to move to an online format for school for at least some of our students. If you are willing to be considered for a sub position in any of these areas please contact Mrs. Pulver or Mr. Stafslien at the high school (701-628-2342) or Mrs. Klabunde at the elementary school (701-628-2422).
4 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
A,B,C VB tonight @ L&C Berthold will not be allowing general admission. Fans that can attend will have already been given tickets. The link below will give you access to live streaming: https://tinyurl.com/yxkwbwct
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
We have been notified of two individuals at the high school who tested positive for COVID-19. Those that were identified as close contacts have been notified and were advised to stay home to quarantine. If you were not notified about being a close contact, your child is at a lower risk for COVID-19 infection.
4 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley FFA
Congratulations to our FFA members that participated in the District Leadership Contest today, we are very proud of all of their accomplishments! Our results are below: *Chapter of the Day *1st Place Parliamentary Procedures Team (State Qualifier) *Officers of the Day - Logan Lapica (President), Caiti Hennessy (Treasurer) and Kyra Fox (Reporter) *1st Place Demonstration Team - Kyra Fox & Ava Schuster(State Qualifier) *1st Place Employment Skills - Graci Parmeter (State Qualifier) *1st Place Prepared Public Speaking - Lara Lane (State Qualifier) *2nd Place Extemporaneous Speaking- Macee Jones (State Qualifier) *3rd Place Creed Speaking - Bethany Enander
4 months ago, Stanley FFA
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's JHVB match vs Kenmare 4pm @ Stanley Elementary will be closed for general admission. Reserved tickets were given out last week and must be presented to gain access to the game. If you do not have a reserved ticket, you will not be allowed to attend. This game will be free of charge and will not be live-streamed by the school.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's JH FB game vs Minot Ramstad will start at 5pm. We will not have seating so bring your own chair and make sure to social distance. Please make sure you stay on the old track area and not on the inner portion of the grass infield. There will also be some cement forms set up so please stay off of those areas as well. General admission is allowed and there will be no charge.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
We have been notified of two individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the Stanley Elementary School. One individual was not in the school during their infectious period so there were no close contacts identified. The other individual was in the school during their infectious period and families of all of the close contacts were notified last night. Those that were identified as close contacts have been advised to stay home from school and quarantine. If you were not contacted about being a close contact your child is at lower risk for COVID-19 infection.
4 months ago, Stanley Public School
Mrs. Stafslien
🍁 STEM CHALLENGE DAY! 🍁 Mrs. Stafslien’s class was challenged to think critically and creatively to create a leaf glider that would travel the farthest. They were given 3 choices in leaf shapes and paper clips to design what they thought would work best. All of them did such a great job with this and had fun along the way! Congrats to Anthony whose glider went 11 feet!! 🍂
4 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley FFA
Reminder that corn hole board orders are due on Thursday, October 1st! Get yours today at this link: https://the-nest-33.square.site/product/corn-hole-boards/86?cs=true&fbclid=IwAR30ubD8mzu2PvkQWX2fY3mKG6gEJW3ajy_VGRIhk5JlesyzM5Iv-x0qmv0
4 months ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Stafslien
3rd grade students have been learning about Non-fiction books along with animal adaptations. We read a few of the “What if you had Animal” books and the students got to create their own wild self. They did one on Seesaw as well telling why they would want to have certain animal adaptations! 🦁🐨🐸🐻🦉
4 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Homecoming Spirit Week!!! Next week! Show your school pride!
4 months ago, Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder that there is Parent Teachers conferences tonight from 4-7pm. Please practice social distancing and if you are unwell, you have the option to meet virtually. Contact classroom teachers to schedule a virtual conference.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tomorrow's 7pm VFB game vs Watford City will proceed as scheduled. Electronic Tickets were sent out to participants so that they could distribute them to their families. General admission will not be available for Stanley fans. You will be required to present your electronic pass at the gate for entry. The electronic passes are prepay only so no need to pay at the gate. The game will be live streamed through the following link: https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fchannel%2FUCbSHvu4MtYypJvgX6gAqYFw%3Fview_as%3Dsubscriber&data=01%7C01%7CBROOKS.STAFSLIEN%40k12.nd.us%7C3955cd2427f84f3c64c708d85cde5b94%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0&sdata=SMO2jsRJDnfeER7Kwe3BoYLs%2BjnrI7kdGS91Bkt5WHY%3D&reserved=0
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
One of the administrators from Stanley High School has tested positive for Coronavirus. The administrator was on a previously planned absence from school and has not been in the building since September 11. Therefore, no one in the school system is being identified as a close contact.
4 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
Tomorrow's JH,C,B,A volleyball matches in Powers Lake will start at 4pm and you must have received a reserved seat in order to attend. Fans of the JH and C matches are asked to leave once those games are concluded, unless you have a another child participating in the A or B matches. Powers Lake will be streaming the games live on Facebook, see their school website for details. https://www.powerslake.k12.nd.us/
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Kendra Evensvold
2019-2020 Yearbooks are in! There are limited extra copies that can be purchased in the HS office for $35.
4 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Brooks Stafslien
Because of the JH/JH/V matchups games are starting a bit earlier than normal. We will be starting the second JH game in a couple of minutes so it is looking like the Varsity game will be starting before 7pm.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
There are 325 general admission tickets available for purchase for tonight's home VB matchup vs Williston TC 5pm start
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
Parent-Teacher Conferences are on 9/24 & 9/29 from 4-7. Please remember to be mindful about social distancing.
4 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder that we are trying to collect as much information as possible in the event we have to move to distance learning. It is our intention to be in person as the primary means of educating our students, but in the event we have to move to a hybrid or full distance learning we would like to be as proactive in gathering information as possible. If you have not completed the survey please use the following link to do so. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Kni_2_HO8UqGyB-SAQYdtovtjlIyjB5PvX2ZHzz_2vtUNlFHRjVUQ1lVVjNUQU5DR1dHREFNWTMyMS4u
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jacob Hellman
Mr. Hellman’s Social Studies classes have been learning about colonial taxation and the causes of the Revolutionary War. On Friday the classes launched a “preemptive strike” against Queen Jasmynn and France. His Royal Majesty King Hellman III also raised taxes to hire more soldiers for protection. So far the colonists are okay with the taxes but there may be some protesting in our future.
4 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Brooks Stafslien
JH/JV football vs Kenmare scheduled for tonight here in Stanley has been moved to Kenmare due to construction delays. 5pm start @ Kenmare with no concessions and there will be no charge at the gate.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
If you are interested in purchasing a Homecoming t-shirt from Clothing Design students or a Cornhole board from the Ag 4 students, please visit the link below: https://the-nest-33.square.site Thank you for your support Homecoming shirts are due THIS Monday Sept 21! Cornhole orders are due Thursday Oct. 1st!
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley FFA
The Ag 4 class is selling corn hole boards as a fundraiser! Check out this link to order before Thursday, October 1st. https://the-nest-33.square.site/product/corn-hole-boards/86?cs=true
4 months ago, Stanley FFA
Brooks Stafslien
No restrictions or special instructions for tonight's JHVB match up in Divide Co. General admission is available for all fans.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Title Family Night /Drive Up Today!! Sept. 17 from 4:15-5:15 Elementary School Entrance area Drive up, meet the teachers, and pick up a goody bag! We are so happy to be working with your children and would love to say "HI!" and welcome you and your child to our Title Family!! Mrs. Gorder, Mrs. Evenson, Ms. Tronset and Mrs. Meyer
4 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Brooks Stafslien
Saturdays A,B,C VB match up vs Heart River will be played in Belfield and will begin at 1pm MT/2pm Central time. General admission is open to all fans and games will be streamed on the NFHS network as well.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
I just received word that tonight's JHVB match @ L&C Berthold will not be streamed. General admission is available for all fans.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Courtney Albertson
Click the link to purchase Stanley homecoming gear! Orders will be available through Monday September 21st at 4:00 PM. Orders will be picked up at the high school. https://the-nest-33.square.site/product/homecoming-gear/81?cs=true
4 months ago, Courtney Albertson
Miss Olson
This week is National Arts in Education week in North Dakota! https://mailchi.mp/e4a18fdd3727/governor-burgum-proclaims-arts-in-education-week "This came by way of an official proclamation from [Governor Burgum's] office, which recognized the “arts as an integral part of life in North Dakota and an integral part of a complete education that contributes to the vibrancy and vitality of communities and the nation.” Please reach out and let Governor Burgum know you appreciate his support of arts in education via Facebook, Twitter, or Email." From Ms. Olson: Arts education has been a large part of my life since I was a little girl. From the time I was able to pick up a crayon, I've been drawing, coloring, painting, and taking pictures. As I got older I discovered how much I love music and singing and how free and beautiful it makes me feel when I listen to and participate in choir and instrumental groups. In junior high school, I learned to play the guitar and, was active in high school talent shows, and LOVED to write my own lyrics. When I was in college, I discovered programs called "Finale" and "Noteflight." Those programs gave me new ways to put my emotions and feelings onto a page and be even more creative with how I write music. It's so important to have some kind of creative outlet especially for young kids - it was life changing for me to be able to have music and the visual arts as a safe place to go to and be myself. Those who know me best know that music was, and is, the one thing that can get me out of a bad mood, help lift my spirits, and keep me going even when I am having a hard time. #BecauseOfArtsEd How have the arts affected you and your life? Share a story with us!
4 months ago, Miss Olson
Brooks Stafslien
JHVB @ Lewis and Clark Berthold tomorrow 4:30 will allow general admission and the game will be streamed via a youtube. Once I get the link, I will provide the information for streaming. The matches will take place in their old gymnasium. Concessions will be available for purchase.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alice Dusek
GOTTA GO DRIVING SCHOOL Information is available for anyone interested in driver's ed. Stop by the high school to pick up the information.
4 months ago, Alice Dusek
Brooks Stafslien
VB Match A,B,C @ Killdeer will begin 4:30MT/5:30CT. 2 tickets will be given out per participant capped at a maximum of 80 tickets. Our information came late so parents will be contacted tomorrow for further ticketing information. There will be no general admission for Stanley fans. Games will be streamed on NFHSNetwork. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/killdeer-high-school-killdeer-nd
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Varsity Football Scheduled for this Friday, September 18th vs Kindred has been canceled.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's football game in Valley City will also be streamed on BEK TV, as well as, newsdakota.com.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder for tomorrows VFB game in Valley City. Stanley parents/fans will NOT be allowed to attend the game. Barnes Co. is under the Yellow (our Phase II) designation so they have placed restrictions on attendance to home (Valley City) parents only. There will be no general admission. Here is the streaming information I have been provided: "The website is newsdakota.com. Fans can click on the video tab and that will take them to our streaming page and they can watch the game."
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder for tonight's A,B,C and JH VB matches in Tioga starting at 3pm. Williams County is currently under the Yellow designation (Phase II). With this designation comes a 250 person limitation (including workers and participants). Only fans with reserved parent tickets will be allowed entrance to the VB matches. JH parents, you are asked to leave upon completion of the JH games, unless you have a player on the A,B,or C squads. Again, only parents with tickets will be allowed to attend, NO GENERAL ADMISSION. Here is the link for Live Streaming: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/tioga-high-school-tioga-nd/gam899a63967d
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Dana Curren
JUNIOR CLASS PARENTS -- Still looking for workers for concessions tonight. Will start at 4:30 pm. No need to prepare or bring food--all will be ready when you get here! Message Mrs. Curren ASAP at dana.curren@k12.nd.us if you can help. Thank you!
4 months ago, Dana Curren
Courtney Albertson
Nutrition and Foods classes went on a garden tour hosted by Dennis Beehler! Students learned about garden growing methods and were able to pick fresh produce that will be used in upcoming cooking labs. A huge thank you to Dennis for sharing your bountiful knowledge and harvest!
4 months ago, Courtney Albertson
Brooks Stafslien
In order to be as proactive as possible, we are working to be prepared IN CASE we need to move to yellow. At this point, we have NO IMMEDIATE INTENTION of changing our daily format. Again, this is just to prepare IN CASE things change in our county. In order to help with this POTENTIAL transition, we need to gather as information. To be clear, it is our intent to operate in Phase 1 as long as possible, but we also must be prepared in the event we have to move to distance learning. Please use this link to access the survey: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Kni_2_HO8UqGyB-SAQYdtovtjlIyjB5PvX2ZHzz_2vtUNlFHRjVUQ1lVVjNUQU5DR1dHREFNWTMyMS4u
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
For tonight's VB: A,B,C match vs L&C Berthold @ Stanley, there will be 220 general admission tickets available. For Thursday's VB match in Tioga, general admission will not be available due to Williams County being in Yellow (our Phase II) an will have a 250 person restriction on their gym. Tioga will issue 2 reserved seats for each participant. JH parents are asked to leave once the JH matches are over to allow for seating for the A,B,C matches. Tonight's game will be available on the NFHS network for free but Thursday's matches in Tioga will require a subscription to view.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Barnes County (Valley City) has been identified as being a county of higher risk and has gone to level Yellow (our Phase II). This means their event capacity has been restricted to 250 people. With this restriction in place, they will only be allowing home parents at their game this Friday, September 11th. Stanley fans will not be able to attend the event but it will be streamed on: http://www.newsdakota.com/.
4 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Fun September Reading Calendar Activities!! Check in Documents!!
4 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Title Family Fun Night-Drive up!! Thursday, Sept. 1 7 4:15-5:15 Title Student Families Elementary School Entrance Pull up on street, meet the teachers/say HI!!/Goody Baskets for Your Family!! We can't wait to see you- we will bring goody baskets to your vehicle! Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. Gorder, Ms. Tronset, Mrs. Evenson
4 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien’s 3rd graders and their student teacher (Mrs. Wenger) took a nature walk today observing different plants. They searched for all of the things a plant needs to grow and parts of the plants like roots, stems, and leaves. Even our distance learners came along! What a beautiful day to explore nature! 🌱☀️
5 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Sarah Brewer
Fall sports pictures will take place Tuesday, September 8th. Order forms are available in the office or click on the attachment provided. https://5il.co/knoy
5 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder that tonight's 5pm Varsity FB game will be broadcast by KTGO 1090AM or 92.7FM. Parshall will not be video streaming the event. Tailgating will be provided starting at 4:15pm and concessions will be available during the game as well. There are no fan restrictions and Stanley Activity Passes will be accepted if you physically show them at the gate. If you do not bring your pass, expect to have to pay. There will be a ribbon cutting following our game for Parshall's new facility and then Parshall will take on Divide Co. starting at approximately 7:30pm. Go Blue Jays Link for online radio broadcast: https://www.am1090theflag.com/
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
The JH game in Watford City is now streaming.
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Try this link for the game in Watford City. https://youtu.be/3L38X20iGaU
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Brooks Stafslien
It appears that the feed from Watford City is experiencing problems. I will send out another message if I am informed that it becomes active.
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
If your child is showing 2 or more symptoms, they need to stay home for 10 days from onset of symptoms (even if they are feeling better), OR they need to have a negative covid test and be feeling better, OR they need to have a note from a doctor saying their symptoms are related to another issue and they can be allowed back in school. We need your cooperation with this in order to keep our students and staff healthy. It is our goal to stay physically in school as long as possible and adherence to this is critical. There is additional information on our website.
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
Parents, please alert us if your child is home ill and will be learning from home. We need to have record of this. If you have not previously selected distance learning as an option, your child should be physically present in school unless they are showing symptoms. Your child cannot move back and forth at will. This makes it impossible for our teachers to keep track of their learners.
5 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Attention Seniors and Guardians of seniors! Whether determining a career path, figuring out the FAFSA or looking for scholarships, the College Handbook from the Bank of ND is your trusted resource. This easy-to-read guide helps students navigate through their freshman to senior year of high school as they prepare for college. Go to https://collegehandbook.bnd.nd.gov/ for more information!
5 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School is pleased to announce that all students are eligible to receive FREE breakfast and lunch until further notice. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced on Monday that it would allow schools to serve free meals to kids until December 31, 2020 or until federal funding runs out. Effective immediately, all Stanley students will receive a free breakfast and lunch. Stanley Schools will continue to track when students eat breakfast or lunch via their lunch accounts. Although students will not be charged, current funds in a student’s account can be held until USDA funding is exhausted. Are students who are distance learning eligible for free meals? Yes. However, you must call the appropriate school (high school or elementary school) to let them know you want a meal and to find out what time you can pick up your meal. Should our family still apply for free or reduced meals? YES, families still must submit applications for free and reduced meals as the USDA funding could run out prior to December 31. If no approved application is on file, families will automatically become full pay once federal funding runs out. So, please continue to submit free and reduced price meals applications.
5 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
JH Football @ Watford City (5pm) will be played at their high school, and they will stream it using the link found at the end of this message. There will be no restrictions for fans. As always, remember to maintain social distancing. https://nam02.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fchannel%2FUCbSHvu4MtYypJvgX6gAqYFw%3Fview_as%3Dsubscriber&data=01%7C01%7CBROOKS.STAFSLIEN%40k12.nd.us%7C82dcb6705c254077c8f308d84fa31325%7Cdbbf782acef14af186c81f9201061db6%7C0&sdata=KEF2rm9HuD4Refanmnv1hVS1ML1oyorNmUve6XyF9qM%3D&reserved=0
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley public schools wishes provide the safest possible environment for extracurricular actives. Below are the guidelines we will follow. 1. Please arrive no sooner that 1 hour before the first scheduled game. 2. If you are sick, do not enter the school. 3. Please try to maintain social distancing in our gymnasium. The stage will be open for seating at all indoor events. Please do not sit in blocked off/reserved seats. 4. At this point we have a maximum of 500 people allowed at our events. Away teams will be issued two tickets per athlete. Stanley athletes will receive 4 tickets per athlete. The remaining seats will be open for Stanley fans until we reach our 500 limit. 5. It is requested that students attend games of their similar age group/peers (JH students at JH events and High School students at HS events), unless they have a sibling participating in that event. 6. All students sixth grade and under that attend events must be seated with their family. 7. All people attending the event must be seated in the gym at all times unless going to/from concessions or the bathroom. We need everyone’s cooperation in making sure there is no congregating / playing in our hallways, commons, lunch room, etc. 8. Entry fees will be $5.00 for everyone Kindergarten-Adult for JV/Varsity games. Pre-K and under will be free. We ask that you try to have exact change. Junior High events will be no charge. 9. The cafeteria will be closed for eating. You can buy concessions, but then must return to the gym to eat. Since we are eating in the gym, concessions options will be limited. 10. Water fountains will only be used for filling bottles, please do not use them for drinking from. 11. Please do your best to social distance. Each family group should maintain 6ft spacing from other fans and masks are recommended but not required to attend events. 12. All events that take place in the HS gym will be live streamed for free on the NFHS Network. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/stanley-high-school-stanley-nd Click on the link for more information: https://5il.co/kk10
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley FFA
Thank you to everyone that came to support the Stanley FFA at our BBQ last night. We appreciate the community support and thanks to everyone we were able to serve over 200 meals!
5 months ago, Stanley FFA
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨Reminder🚨 Today is Wednesday, which means school will dismiss at 2:45(es), 2:50(hs). Every Wednesday from here on out is early dismissal.
5 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Dana Curren
JUNIOR CLASS PARENTS If you did NOT receive an email from Mrs. Curren concerning concessions, please send an email to dana.curren@k12.nd.us. This email contains important information concerning concessions. Thanks!
5 months ago, Dana Curren
Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Student Council Applications are due FRIDAY. Campaign materials are due on Monday. Come see Mrs. Camino
5 months ago, Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Stanley FFA
It's BBQ Day! We will have tables set up and curbside pickup available (See curbside pickup directions below). The menu for tonight is in the photo and we will have our FFA T-Shirts Available for $10 with limited quantities and sizes available. Curbside Pickup Instructions: 1.) Please Text the number (833) 307-0987 to order 2.) Type out your order that you would like 3.) Make sure to include your name AND a description of your vehicle. 4.) Use the East side 1 Way road into the school that goes right by the Ag Shop to pickup your order. You will park along the greenhouse and school for us to bring out your meals. 5.) If you order ahead of time, please be sure to let us know when you are here. We look forward to seeing everyone tonight from 5-7pm! As always, thank you for supporting Stanley FFA!
5 months ago, Stanley FFA
Alecia Pulver
Picture day at the Junior High/High School tomorrow, September 2nd. If your child is a distance learner with our district, please bring them in anytime from 9am - noon. If your child is ill, we will have retakes at a later date.
5 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
We pledge allegiance to the flag of The United States of America 🇺🇸💙
5 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Brooks Stafslien
Here is the link for tonight's FB game vs Tioga https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/tioga-high-school-tioga-nd You can also tune into KTGO 1090AM or 92.7FM to listen to the live radio broadcast.
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
The HS football game scheduled for tonight vs Tioga has been moved to Monday, August 31st. The JH game will play as scheduled followed by the varsity. The JV game has been canceled for Monday. Also, to clarify an earlier statement all home events in our HS gym will be free of charge but we dont have the ability to stream events outside of the HS gym. Our school has purchased free streaming rights for all home games, but for any away game where schools use the NFHS Network, you will have to pay for a subscription to view. Our streaming rights only apply to home contests and our HS gym is the only location set up to stream at this time. The following link will give you access to the most up to date scheduling information. Sign up for "Notify Me" for automatic scheduling change notifications. https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
Someone with COVID-19 has been reported at Stanley Junior/Senior High School. No students were identified as a close contact (within six feet for a total of 15 minutes or more) to the individual with COVID-19. This means all students are at lower risk for COVID-19 infection, but parents should still be aware of the signs and symptoms of COVID-19 infection and what to do if your child gets sick. Common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever and cough. Some individuals may also experience shortness of breath, runny nose, fatigue, sore throat, body aches, headache, chills, loss of taste/smell, or gastrointestinal symptoms. Symptoms can vary by person and range from very mild symptoms to severe illness. The disease is most severe in elderly and individuals with serious chronic medical conditions. The infected person is following North Dakota Department of Health guidelines concerning isolation and is not in the school now. Also, all individuals identified as close contacts to the individual with COVID-19 have been advised to stay home from school for the next two weeks and quarantine. Although no students were identified as a close contact, all students and staff should still watch for symptoms of COVID-19. If an individual currently has symptoms or develops symptoms of COVID-19, they should contact their healthcare provider who may evaluate them for COVID-19. Click this link (https://5il.co/kdkf) for more information for those who may have been exposed but are not a close contact.
5 months ago, Stanley Public School
Brooks Stafslien
Tonight's football game vs Tioga will be streamed on the NFHS Network. Our home games will be free of charge, but in order to watch away games, you will have to pay for a subscription. I was told that they were waiting on some licensing permissions, so the link to the game isnt active yet. It is scheduled for a 7pm start, concessions will be available, and there will be a 500 person restriction on attendance. https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/tioga-high-school-tioga-nd
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley FFA
Join Stanley FFA for the Back to School BBQ on Tuesday, September 1st outside behind the Ag Shop. There will also be a curbside option to pick up meals.
5 months ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley Public Schools
We have a number of students who are showing signs of illness. Please read through the attached document from the Department of Health on what to do if your child is showing signs of illness. This is a very important document, as sick people are not allowed in our buildings. Thank you for keeping your ill children home. They can log into their classes and attend virtually from home. They will not be counted absent if they are joining their class virtually. https://5il.co/kcxm
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Erica Klabunde
Parents, do not drop your students off before 8:00. This will be the case every day. Please find other arrangements for your children before 8:00. Thank you for being respectful of this.
5 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
2021 Senior Remind for students and Parents! Sign up to receive senior information and scholarship info!
5 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alice Dusek
PICTURE DAY 9/1/2020 at elementary school 9/2/2020 at high school Order forms are available at the schools or may be placed online: gemarphotography.hhimagehost.com
5 months ago, Alice Dusek
Brooks Stafslien
Varsity FB vs Central Cass on September 4th has been moved to Parshall High School. Start time is scheduled for 5pm with Divide Co taking on Parshall to follow with a 7pm start. I will relay site specific details once I receive them. I do know that there will be tailgating provided by a local Parshall business starting at 4pm and concessions will be provided as well.
5 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
Please do not drop students off before 8:00. They won’t be supervised outside before 8:00. Thank you.
5 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public Schools
Just a reminder, no students are allowed in the building before 8am. Please do not send your child earlier, as our buildings will be locked.
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Wednesday, August 26th will be our first day of school. We will have a full day of school. We will begin our Wednesday early out schedule on September 2nd. Reminder, there is no in-town bus service.
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Wednesday, August 26th will be our first day of school. We will have a full day of school. We will begin our Wednesday early out schedule on September 2nd.
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
Parents of jr high/high school students, before we begin classes on Wednesday, it would be a smart idea to make sure your child still remembers their k12 login. If they do not remember how to log in to their email or Teams account, please fill out the tech work order at http://www.stanleyforms.k12.nd.us/tech-work-order/
5 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
Elementary parents and guardians, we’re looking forward to seeing the students on Wednesday! Since we’re trying to limit the number of students at recess in the morning, please make every effort to arrive after 8:20, if possible. Do not bring students before 8:00, please. We’ll allow one parent to accompany their kindergartener to class on the first day only. There will be no other parents in the building. Thank you for understanding. We will have staff on hand to help students find their classrooms and get their supplies to class, as needed. Students can go right to class to drop off supplies before going out to recess. Consider sending a water bottle, since our water fountains have been turned off. Water bottle filling stations will stay in use. We look forward to working together to make this a successful year!
5 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Jasmynn Halvorson
Gemar Photography will be taking our students yearbook pictures this year on September 1st at the elementary. Head on over to their website gemarphotography.hhimagehost.com to order your child’s pictures. Paper copies will also be sent home for those who prefer to use forms! -Jasmynn
5 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Anthony Cuypers
2020 Stanley High School Team Shop

Shop the Football Apparel 20 Store!

Hurry, shops closes 08/31/2020.

5 months ago, Anthony Cuypers
Alecia Pulver
A big thank you to Cashwise for donating disinfectant wipes to both the high school and the elementary school. We appreciate your thoughtfulness!
5 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Anthony Cuypers
Thank you to the Stanley Fire Department for the cool down after practice today. Greatly appreciated by all players. Would also like to thank the Germundson family for Powerades and treats!!!
5 months ago, Anthony Cuypers
Alecia Pulver
Parents of Jr High/High School students: As we learn more in our in-service training days, it would be very helpful for your child to bring a pair of earbuds to school with them to help with feedback from the sound while working on their computers. Also, a water bottle will be very helpful for your child to bring with them. We needed to modify our water fountains so that students can fill water bottles but are unable to get a drink from the mouthpiece. Thank you.
5 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Jasmynn Halvorson
Please call to schedule a time
5 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Stanley Public Schools
Join us this Saturday, August 22nd, for a Girls' Basketball Fundraiser Carnival at the Wilson Park (Stanley Park). Come and have some fun while supporting the team!
5 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School
The Stanley Cheerleaders attended a home camp instructed by UCA. UCA is a national cheer organization. They host many events around the world. In order for the team to stunt, they must attend a camp to become stunt certified. Everyone did a great job and represented Stanley High very well. Jackie, the UCA instructor, was so impressed by our cheer team , she would love to come back next year! Congrats to Autumn Pulver for winning jump off and All American!
5 months ago, Stanley Public School
Jasmynn Halvorson
Elementary class lists have been posted and sent out. You will find your teacher letters & class lists on the app or website under documents --> elementary school. Another reminder that today is the last day to sign your children up for distance learning. 12 days left of summer!!! - Jasmynn
5 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Barb Reese
UCA Cheer Camp is Saturday, August 15, 2020 at the high school from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please let Barb Reese, Cheer Coach know if you will be attending. 701-628-3811
5 months ago, Barb Reese
Stanley Public School
Cheer Practice will begin on Monday, August 17, 2020 at 4 p.m. Please bring your signed physical form and signed concussion form to Alice Dusek, high school secretary or Barb Reese, Cheer Coach You can join the Remind App to get the lastest schedule or changes. Class name is Cheerleading; Class Code is @d5374 Go Blue Jays!
5 months ago, Stanley Public School
Sarah Brewer
Volleyball information for 9-12 graders
5 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Sarah Brewer
Junior High Football Parent/Player Meeting: Tuesday, August 11 at 7:30pm at SHS Junior High Football Practice begins on Wednesday, August 12 at 7:00am
5 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Alice Dusek
2019-2020 Booster Athletic Awards Night onight at 6pm at the Sauber Complex. No meal and bring your own chair. Memberships for this year will be sold.
5 months ago, Alice Dusek
Sarah Brewer
This year to allow for social distancing, personal transportation to school is encouraged. There will be no stops in the city of Stanley to limit the number of riders on the buses. There will be assigned seating on each bus for contact tracing purposes. Family members/siblings will be placed together first. Any families that are out of the Stanley City Limits that want to be scheduled on a bus route need to contact Sarah Brewer at 701-628-3811 or sarah.brewer@k12.nd.us.
5 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Alice Dusek
See attached information regarding registration at the high school August 10 through August 13.
5 months ago, Alice Dusek
Stanley Public Schools
Join us in remembering and honoring our teacher, co-worker, and friend, Mrs. Lindberg. Throughout her 38 year career, her family estimates that she would have taught over 1,000 cherished students. What an amazing impact she had on this world! If you or your child is one of her students, please add a photo or favorite memory below with the hashtag #Lindberglegacy. We love you, Mrs. Lindberg!
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
A big thank you to Equinor for gathering and donating disinfecting supplies to our schools. We received thermometers, masks, hand sanitizer, disinfecting wipes and other items that we can put to good use. Thank you, Equinor, for your kindness and your donation!
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alice Dusek
See attached info regarding registration at SHS on Aug 10 through Aug 13, 2020.
6 months ago, Alice Dusek
Stanley Public Schools
If you are enrolling your child in the online learning option for the semester, please use this link. Enrollment deadline is August 14th, 2020. https://tinyurl.com/y5rb44ch
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
The Stanley Girl's Basketball Community Carnival will be held on Saturday, Aug. 22 from 2:00pm-6:00pm at Wilson Park. Join our girl's basketball team for a night of fundraising carnival fun! All proceeds from the carnival will go towards equipment for the girls and towards camp costs.
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Sarah Brewer
Football parents and players, click the link below to access the 2020-2021 information letter from your coaches. https://5il.co/j7i1
6 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Stanley Public Schools
In a effort to offer more seamless instruction during COVID, we will start school on Wednesday, August 26th. The delayed start will provide our teachers with the time they need to prepare for dual instruction, both online and face-to-face. An updated school calendar can be found at https://5il.co/j62o
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Shandi Camino
Hi Stanley Parents, With school just around the corner, the math department would like to talk about calculators. Each math teacher has a shared classroom set, and we do have a plan to disinfect these between each class. If we digress in our Covid safety level, we may lose the sharing opportunity. If you would like to provide your child with a personal calculator, you may do so. IT IS NOT REQUIRED, but could be recommended. These are the calculators that we are using: Jr. High, PreAlgebra, Algebra 1, Geometry, and Applied Math: ~~ TI-30xIIs - Scientific Calculator https://www.amazon.com/TI-30XIIS-Texas-Instruments-Scientific-Calculator/dp/B015G8NZKW/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=ti-30xiis&qid=1596663863&sr=8-3 Algebra 2, PreCalc, Calc: ~~TI-84 Plus - Graphing Calculator. **this is a fairly expensive calculator (around $120), but it will be required in college math, so it could be considered an investment. https://www.amazon.com/Texas-Instruments-TI-84-Graphing-Calculator/dp/B00TFYYWQA/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=ti-84&qid=1596663910&sr=8-2 Please reach out to me if you have any questions.
6 months ago, Shandi Camino
Jasmynn Halvorson
KINDERGARTEN PARENTS: Please check your emails, a message was sent out about kindergarten assessments. If you have not registered your kindergartener yet please contact the elementary school to do so.
6 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Alecia Pulver
Stanley Jr/Sr High Registration will be Aug 10 - 14 from 8:30am - 3:30pm each day. Most students completed registration last spring, so attendance is not required. Please use this time to pay any fees and address any scheduling questions, should you have any. Monday, Aug. 10 - Students in grades 11 & 12 Tuesday, Aug. 11 - Students in grades 9 & 10 Wednesday, Aug 12 - Students in grades 7 & 8 Thursday, Aug 13 - New Student Registration If 7th graders would like to walk through the school on their registration day, please observe the following schedule: 8:30am - 11:30am - Students with last names A-N 12:30pm -3:30pm - Students with last names 0-Z Generally, there is no formal supply list for grades 7-12, but plan on having a notebook for each class and pencils/pens. You may want a folder system of your liking, but most work will be completed digitally. You will need a backpack large enough to hold books for three classes. Teachers are currently putting together any additional supply needs for their classrooms. More information will be sent out later this week.
6 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alice Dusek
2019-2020 Athletic Awards Night will be held on Monday, August 10 at 6PM at the baseball complex. Bring your own chairs & no meal. If bad weather, it will be held at the fair building.
6 months ago, Alice Dusek
Stanley Public School
Reminder that the Stanley School Smart Restart Draft Plans will be discussed at the public forum tonight at 7:00 PM at the Stanley High School Gym. The meeting is also available remotely by calling 701-404-1777 and entering Conference ID: 938 460 4#. To read a copy of the draft Learning Plan click this link: https://5il.co/j41y To read a copy of the draft Health & Safety Plan click this link: https://5il.co/j41x To read a copy of the draft Athletics Return to Play Plan click this link: https://5il.co/j485
6 months ago, Stanley Public School
Jasmynn Halvorson
🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 🏐 If your JUNIOR-HIGH daughter will be playing volleyball please join the remind group - www.remind.com/join/stanjhvb If your HIGH SCHOOL daughter will be playing volleyball please text eg8g88b to 81010 to join the remind group.
6 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Stanley Public School
There will be a public forum on Wednesday, August 5th at 7:00 PM at the Stanley High School to review the Stanley School's Smart Restart Learning Plan and Health & Safety Plan.
6 months ago, Stanley Public School
Jasmynn Halvorson
Elementary 2020-2021 Supply List https://5il.co/izo4
6 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
Huge thanks to the volunteers today that were involved with the removal of the grandstands and lights. What a wonderful site to see when community members and businesses donate their time and talents for the community. Go BlueJays.
6 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Thank you for your rapid response in our earlier survey. Please provide additional information with the survey linked below. Your feedback is important to us. https://tinyurl.com/y2c72gho
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Parent, as we begin our planning for re-entry this fall, we ask that you complete this survey. Your input is important to us. https://tinyurl.com/y6y4dl5u
6 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Sarah Brewer
See the link below to check out the NDHSAA's update regarding the 2020 Fall Sports & Activities https://5il.co/icv2
6 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Brooks Stafslien
NDHSAA announces the reopening of fall athletics. Safety guidelines have not been announced yet and will be released as soon as they are available. Go BlueJays
6 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
We want to thank all of our students, staff, and families for their patience as we plan to resume school this fall. As you all probably know, Governor Burgum released the ND Smart Restart Guidance for schools yesterday. The guidelines from the state provided for local control and decision making by school boards and administrators in consultation with educators, staff, local public health officials, and families. The decisions on how to open school safely will be based on guidance from the North Dakota Department of Health, US Centers for Disease Control, and other sources. The guidelines require districts to present two plans to the school board for approval before any student services can be conducted this fall. Both plans will be published on the district’s web site. School administrators will now begin the process of planning for returning to school this fall. As mentioned previously, we will be seeking input from families. In the coming days we will be sending out a link to a survey for families to share their thoughts and input on several key points. We will post the link to the survey on our web site, on the school’s Facebook page, and a link will be sent by text message via our alert system. Again, thank you for your patience as we work out plans to resume school this fall.
6 months ago, Stanley Public School
Sarah Sorenson
It's our last week of the "Live Your Best Life" Challenge! All names will be put into a drawing for a grand prize! Did you know that spending time with family builds confidence for all of its members. Parents can teach children to build self-esteem through specific skills such as problem solving and communication. They can also model the ability to love oneself without degrading others. For parents and children, confidence grows simply with the knowledge that they are valued and appreciated by their loved ones. For more information on the benefits you gain by spending time as a family go to: https://highlandspringsclinic.org/blog/the-top-ten-benefits-of-spending-time-with-family/
7 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Live Your Best Life Challenge - Week 3! According to Highland Springs Specialty Clinic, children who spend more time with their families have shown less risk of behavioral issues, such as violence and substance abuse. When they receive positive attention for positive behaviors, it increases their desire to continue those healthy patterns. Doing activities together also provides an outlet for pent-up emotions that could otherwise lead to unhealthy decisions. If a child or teenager feels comfortable bringing problems to you for a listening ear and advice, they will be better equipped to cope with problems and make positive choices.
7 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Due to a lack of interest in having a prom in July and having a small number of students available for set up/tear down, we have made the decision to cancel prom. We apologize for any inconvenience and disappointment, but we cannot move foreword based on the numbers received in our student surveys.
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Did you know there are mental health advantages to participating in our "Live Your Best Life Challenge?" According to research, interacting with a close social network—especially face-to-face communication, as opposed to digital—significantly reduces the occurrence of depression, anxiety, and other mental illness. Being physically present with loved ones creates a strong emotional support to buoy you up through life’s challenges. Get out there and play! Congratulations to Kelly Gustufson, our week 1 winner!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Bailey Hawbaker
Congratulations to Rhett Hanson on being named a State Proficiency Finalist in Beef Entrepreneurship!
8 months ago, Bailey Hawbaker
Alecia Pulver
Special thanks to Oliver and Crew for taking photos at our graduation ceremony. https://olivercrew.shootproof.com/gallery/12163817
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley FFA
Congratulations to the Stanley FFA State Degree Recipients: Calli Hennessy, Rhett Hanson and Morgan Vachal! You can check out the session they were recognized in here: https://youtu.be/GGnWsFeyBbA
8 months ago, Stanley FFA
Sarah Sorenson
It's not too late to start the June Challenge! People have already been "spied" living their best lives!!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Dana Curren
Juniors and Seniors--if you answered "YES" or "MAYBE" in the most recent Prom Signup Survey, PLEASE go check your school email NOW. Mrs. Curren needs your response to that email by the end of Wednesday, 6/3/2020. PARENTS--please make sure that your student has done this. THANK YOU!
8 months ago, Dana Curren
Stanley FFA
Even though we are unable to be together on NDSU Campus for State FFA this year, we are able to celebrate from our homes. All are welcome to check out the sessions for this year's convention on Youtube, North Dakota FFA Facebook Page or www.ndffa.org. Also, we would like to send good luck to Morgan Vachal as she runs for a position on the 2020-2021 North Dakota State FFA Officer Team this week!
8 months ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley Public School
Link to the 2020-2021 Calendar for Stanley Public School District: https://5il.co/gttu Some important dates: First Day of School - August 19, 2020 Last Day of School - May 21, 2021 Graduation - May 23, 2021
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Sarah Sorenson
Last week's winners were: Nolan Fjeldahl, Tyra Rolfe and Nicole Longmuir! You all win $25 gift cards to restaurants in our Community! Last week to post for this challenge! Be looking for details for our June challenge!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Parents of this year's juniors and seniors, please have your child complete this prom survey. Thank you. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WN6GQCG
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Applications for the Head GBB coaching position for the 2020-2021 are now being taken electronically. Visit the link below for further details: https://stanley.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=31
8 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Our football field has just been sprayed for weeds. Please stay off for 24 hours. Thank you.
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
Elementary parents, if you’d like to sign your students up for summer school, please call Jasmynn at 628-2422 by Thursday the 28th at noon. If there is no answer, please leave a message with your name and number.
8 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Senior count-down! ZERO days left!!! Featuring Stanley High School's very own, THE PH Scale! Click below to hear what they have to say! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1m3scaCW4-Y&feature=youtu.be
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Cards can be dropped off in the bus barn until 1pm today.
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public School
Congratulations to the Stanley High School Class of 2020! We are so proud of you and are looking forward to the graduation ceremony at 2:00 PM today. Just a quick reminder that only those with tickets will be allowed to attend the ceremony. For those who are not able to attend in person you can watch a live stream of the ceremony at this link: https://youtu.be/NQ5NIBi04Ok (prior to the ceremony we will be airing some videos of the senior class at this link). Also, here is a link to the program to help follow along at home: https://5il.co/ghgv
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School
Congratulations to the Stanley High School Class of 2020! We are so proud of you and are looking forward to the graduation ceremony at 2:00 PM today. Just a quick reminder that only those with tickets will be allowed to attend the ceremony. For those who are not able to attend in person you can watch a live stream of the ceremony at this link: https://youtu.be/NQ5NIBi04OK (prior to the ceremony we will be airing some videos of the senior class at this link). Also, here is a link to the program to help follow along at home: https://5il.co/ghgv
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School
Funny - good one. I wonder who could have done this. We're thinking the senior class. Congrats on your graduation!
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Alecia Pulver
Thanks to the great community of Stanley for coming out and supporting our seniors at the parade tonight. Thank you to all the volunteers who made this possible and thank you to George Littlecreek for sharing our the senior playlist. The seniors had a great time - lots of smiles all around! The Blue Jay Spirit award goes to Kim Dupay and the Best Decor award goes to Heather Lee. Please stop by the high school on Tuesday to pick up your prizes. Here is the playlist for those who would like to enjoy the songs again! https://open.spotify.com/playlist/78F4PuX07OdMrpLMsgBzvn?si=U97NgbrQQyKaYwypCUZeEQ
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Our staff made this heartfelt video for the class of 2020. Seniors, you are loved and you will be missed! https://youtu.be/1im5CQlG2mE
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
We will begin the parade at 7:30.
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Dana Curren
PROM BANQUET SIGN UP SHS Jr/Sr Banquet and Prom 2020 will be held on Friday, July 10, at the South Complex. We know that this is not ideal for all. but we are so happy that we will still be able to provide these two important events to our students. We don't know what this will look like yet, but we need to know who will attend. ALL JUNIORS AND SENIORS have received an email from Mrs. Curren with a link to a survey. This survey will give us an idea of how many people may be attending these events. Parents, please make sure that your child completes this survey, even if they are not planning to attend either event. We want to make sure that everyone has had the opportunity. Please watch this page for further updates and information!
8 months ago, Dana Curren
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Summer Reading Tips/Reading Rockets: Write journal prompts & put in a jar. Ask your child to pull out one prompt each day & write it in his/her journal.
8 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Erica Klabunde
Blue Jay students: Happy last day of school! I’m so proud of all of you for your hard work this entire year. You’ve done your best on your schoolwork and have shown great character in how you choose to treat others. You’ve been missed for the past couple months, and we all can’t wait to see you again! Sixth graders: Congratulations on graduating strong. I know you’ll take your empathy, leadership skills, and strong work ethic with you to seventh grade. Parents: You did it!!! Your dedication to your children’s education didn’t go unnoticed. Thank you for your hard work in helping our students navigate their new way of learning. We know it was challenging and appreciate your help. Sending you all virtual high fives and pats on the back. Teachers: There needs to be new words invented for the respect you all deserve. The dedication you’ve shown during our distance learning experience is admirable. You changed the face of public education overnight while homeschooling your own children and taking care of your families with grace. It’s been awesome to witness such incredible work ethic. Your students and parents are blessed to have teachers who care so much about each and every student. Support staff: You’ve been the silent rock stars of Operation Distance Learning! You’ve come in to work even in the midst of virus uncertainty, all for the sake of helping your district. I have so much admiration and appreciation for your willingness to do whatever it takes, whenever is needed. You’re incredible role models to the students and community. Everyone have a great summer and be safe!! With love and gratitude, Ms. Klabunde
8 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
2 days left of school featuring senior Alyssa Ruden! Click the link below to hear what Alyssa misses about seeing all of YOU! https://youtu.be/LZ0jrmP6Nuo
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
"Live Your Best Life" Challenge! Let's see your photos, everyone!! What are you doing to be your best?
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Click the link below for our last SOAR Meeting of 2019-2020! It's short and sweet! https://youtu.be/-piajd-zzeQ
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Senior Countdown...3 days left, featuring Taylor Dean! Click on the link below to hear about Taylor's favorite memories along with shoutouts to her teachers and coaches! https://youtu.be/g-BdFUW0Hs4
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Join us for the Class of 2020 Senior Class Parade. This is the perfect opportunity for the community to come out and support our graduates! Wear your Blue Jay gear and make signs to help celebrate the class! See the flyer below for the parade route and specials provided by area businesses! We've made the parade route long enough to ensure space for social distancing. Hope to see everyone there!
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Join us for the Class of 2020's Virtual Class Night. Click on the link below at 7:00 pm to watch our senior class awards along with their senior class video. Congratulations to the Class of 2020! https://youtu.be/1E5-KTbKp28
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Summer Reading Tips/Reading Rockets: www.readingrockets.org *Ask a relative to be a pen pal. Kids can write complete sentences/paragraphs for their message, create drawings or copy simple words to mail​! And it's fun to get letters back! * Hidden Treasure: Hide a special book for your child. Write out simple clues and have a scavenger hunt to find the book. *Take turns reading. You go first, then have your child re-read. This helps build important fluency skills.
8 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Check out our Summer Reading Folder in Documents! Suggestions for Fun Activities/Reading this Summer!
8 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Sarah Sorenson
"Live Your Best Life" Challenge Week 3 Day 2! Don't let the wind stop you! Post your pictures below!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Last Week’s Blue Jay Live Your Best Life Challenge are: $25 gift card to pinnacle - Marshall Fjeldahl, Cal Sorenson, Carson Enger (Pick up your gift card from American Bank Center) Summer pool passes: Heidi Stafslien and Michell Davis (will be sent in the mail!) Congrats!!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Week 3 of our Blue Jay "Live Your Best Life" Challenge! Names for last week's winners will be announced soon!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 21. Congrats Hunter Hines!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Mrs. Davidson
8 months ago, Mrs. Davidson
Mrs. Davidson
Stanley Elementary Virtual Field Day 2020 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI87CDdi9tI
8 months ago, Mrs. Davidson
Sarah Sorenson
5 days to go according to our Senior Countdown! Click on the link below to listen to Grace Bates give thanks and words of advice for her underclassmen! https://youtu.be/hh-0y0Mf-Hc
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Our drawing for prizes for the Bluejay "Live Your Best Life" Challenge is today!! Post your pictures from the weekend below to be entered!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Bailey Hawbaker
Stanley FFA Members have been working hard this year and we would like to acknowledge their achievements. Check out this video to see the success of our members and recognize the award winners! Thank you to the ND FFA State Officers for announcing our award winners. Congratulations to all of the award winners! https://youtu.be/Yk8Ny8CCCbg
8 months ago, Bailey Hawbaker
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 20. Congrats Malachi and Joshua! Only one more day to go!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 19. Congrats Morgan and Riley!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Great news, Bluejays!!! We are extending the "Live your Best Life" Challenge so that it begins on a Monday and ends on Sunday! That means you have an extra 2 days to get these activities in...like participating in our Track and Field Virtual 5K!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Great news, Bluejays!!! We are extending the "Live your Best Life" Challenge so that it begins on a Monday and ends on Sunday! That means you have an extra 2 days to get these activities in...like participating in our Track and Field Virtual 5K!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 18. Congrats Coy and Grace!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Alecia Pulver
On Friday, May 15, the senior class will be using the west parking lot at the high school for their class picture from 9:50 - 10:30. For anyone who needs to pick up locker items during that time, we ask that you park on the street to the north of the school and walk to the front door where we will meet you and get your items. Pick up will return to normal once the seniors vacate the parking lot. Seniors, please park on the street when you arrive so we can get set up in the parking lot. Remember to stay 6 ft apart from your classmates.
8 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 17. Congrats Cody and Trapper!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Day 4 of Week 2 of our Challenge! We will draw 4 winners tomorrow so show us your pics!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Day 4 of Week 2 of our Challenge! We will draw 4 winners tomorrow so show us your pics!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
2020 Senior Countdown featuring Shayna Dazell. Click on the link below to hear Shayna's wise words of advice for underclassmen! https://youtu.be/CvQENRJJcAc
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Erica Klabunde
Our staff is ready and waiting! Starting today from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm you can come pick up your students’ personal things at both the high school and elementary school. Pull up to the front door and someone will come out to help you. This is also the time for you to drop off any library books and school devices (with cords) you may have. We look forward to seeing you!
8 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public School
School lunch will continue to be served until Thursday, May 21. Lunch will still be available to be picked up each weekday at the elementary school from 11 AM to 1 PM on May 21.
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 16. Congrats to Alyssa Ranum and Alyssa Ruden!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Day 3 Week 2 of our "Live Your Best Life" Challenge! What will you do today to be your best? Share a pic below! We miss seeing all your awesome faces!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
2020 Senior Class Countdown featuring Rhett Hanson! Listen to Rhett's words by clicking on the link below. https://youtu.be/ANucvWFNXLY
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Click on the link below to listen to senior, Morgan Vachal, countdown the days left of this school year! https://youtu.be/6xQwI8wiias
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Click on the link below to listen to senior, Morgan Vachal, countdown the days left of this school year! https://youtu.be/6xQwI8wiias
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Thank you everyone, for all your hard work in making distance learning happen! You have done so much and taken on a huge task to make learning in a new way possible!! Have a wonderful summer, and keep reading! Here is a link to sign up for Summer Reading Tips offered by Reading Rockets (www.readingrockets.org): Summer Reading Tips Daily Message: https://www.startwithabook.org/reading-tips-text-messages Reading Rockets: www.readingrockets.org
8 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 15. Congrats Tyson and Bridger.
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Link to Mrs. Sorenson's SOAR Video: https://youtu.be/6h6owLCQ4sQ
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
"Live Your Best Life"Challenge! Can't wait to see what you all did today! Post your pics here or email them to me!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Watch Day 9 of our 2020 Senior Countdown featuring Kodie Clark! https://youtu.be/tTuJ0i6NtOM
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
Day 1 of Week 2!!!! It's a brisk, yet refreshing morning here in Stanley, ND...But a perfect day to get out there and Live Your Best Life!!! Post those pictures, Bluejays!
8 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Stanley Public School
On Friday, May 8, Gov. Burgum lifted the 14 day quarantine if you are traveling to ND from a different state. The quarantine is still in effect for those from an international destination. This may affect those immediate family members who are planning on attending our gradation ceremony. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, we are not able to open our graduation ceremony beyond immediate family members or grandparents. If we need to hold the ceremony in our gym vs. our football field, only parents, their spouses, and immediate family living inside the home will be able to attend. Please see the attached information for our graduation plans. We will have a meeting for senior class parents on Wednesday, May 13 at noon and at 7pm. You only need to attend one meeting. Link will be sent out Wednesday morning. Here is our 2020 Graduation Plan: https://5il.co/g1hl
8 months ago, Stanley Public School
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 14. Congrats Katie and Jayde!
8 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Week 2 of Blue Jay "Live Your Best Life" Challenge! Looks like a beautiful day to live your best life!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 13. Congrats Hunter and Jossi!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 12. Congrats Alex and Isaac!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Live your best life week one winners: Prize 1: football - Becky Goettle Prize 2: Washer Uaed game - Marshall Fjeldahl Prize 3: tiki toss - Longmuir family Prize 4: NDSF concert passes - Shandi Camino Congrats to our winners! Look for next weeks challenges to be posted this weekend! If you want a head start, here’s a hint: campfire stayed on the list!!!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien wants to give A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to the 3rd grade TOP 5 in our Virtual Math Meet! 💙 Cooper, Ava, Regan, Clayton, and Weston! They received a certificate, Amazon gift card, and a T-shirt! Great job! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Everyone did such a terrific job and it was a very close race! All of our 3rd graders have worked so hard this year and we are incredibly proud of you!
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Families of seniors, we are planning an outdoor graduation ceremony at this time. The outdoor ceremony is our preference, with an indoor ceremony planned as backup in case of inclement weather. If we must have the indoor ceremony, any family members attending who live outside the state of ND must be inside the state and quarantined for 14 days before they can attend. This follows the orders set forth by the ND Deportment of Health at this time. This may change in the future, but is the order we must operate under now. We are still finalizing all of our plans and will share them with you as soon as possible.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 11. Congrats Calli and Lucas!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Day 5 of the Blue Jay “Live your Best Life” Challenge! Get those pictures posted or sent to Mrs.Sorenson! We draw for prizes today!!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Jacob Hellman
Mr. Hellman’s math class wasn’t going to let Covid - 19 ruin their math meet fun. Today they held the first virtual math meet. It was a blast! They definitely thought outside the quadrilateral parallelogram!
9 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Alecia Pulver
Dear Senior Parents, Thank you all for your patience as we waited for direction from the state as far as how your child’s Graduation will look. This is already an emotional time for you as parents and to add uncertainty to it is difficult. Know that Administration and I are working hard to pull everything together while following the guidelines issued by the CDC and the state. The following dates and times have been confirmed. Links to the virtual events will be shared in digitally in numerous ways as soon as they are ready. Here is a list of the dates and times of senior events: · Senior Parent Meeting: TBA – Mrs. Pulver and Mr. Holte are working on this right now. · Senior Virtual Class Night – May 19 at 7:00 PM will be held virtually. Scheduled links will be shared as soon as scholarship selection has been completed. Those links will turn on at 7:00 PM that evening. · Senior Community Parade – May 22nd at 7:00. More information will be given as this event is still in the planning stages. · Graduation Ceremony – Will be held at Stanley High School Gymnasium at 2:00 PM. A link for the live stream of the ceremony will be sent out closer to Graduation Day. Thank you again for your patience during this time! It is certainly a time of uncharted waters for us all. We will keep you updated through this planning. We are communicating with your senior most days through Microsoft Teams and Remind. Thank you! Sincerely, Mrs. Sorenson
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 10. Congrats Rhett and Jason!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Erica Klabunde
We’ll be having drop-off and pick-up days on the weekdays beginning May 14th through May 21st. During this time, you’ll be able to drop off any library books, textbooks, and devices (with cords) you may have. You’ll also be able to pick up your child’s personal belongings. We’ll have people available between 8:00 am through 6:00 pm on the days listed above. High school families will drive up to the front door of the high school and someone will bring your items out to you. Elementary families, if the weather is nice on the 14th and 15th, we’ll have outside stations set up according to grade level on the south side of the elementary school. You’ll be able to drive up to the grade level you need for easy pick up of your child’s belongings. There will be someone to help at each grade level. That is where you’ll drop off your books and/or technology devices as well. When dropping of a device, the cord must be with it, and there will be a sheet for you to sign stating you’ve dropped it off. If the weather doesn’t cooperate, we’ll have items inside and will bring them out to you at the front door. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation and support during our distance learning experience. You’ve done an incredible job with all that has been expected of you, and we all appreciate your dedication to your children’s learning.
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Day 4 of Week 1 “Live Your Best Life” challenge. Drawings held tomorrow! Share those pictures, Bluejays!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
The Governor has released some guidance so we can start planning a possible ceremony. More details to follow within the next couple of days.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Listen in on the Governor's address for information about graduation in ND. We do not know what the guidance is and will be getting the information the same time as the public.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Day 3 of our “Live Your Best Life” Challenge! It’s a beautiful day to get outside! Here’s a peak at this week’s prizes. Drawing will be held on Friday!!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 9. Congrats Laura and Mackenna!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Alecia Pulver
Check out the Stanley Blue Jays Class of 2020! https://www.kxnet.com/2020-salute-to-seniors/stanley-high-school/
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Blue Jay Track and Field Athletes and Coaches invite you to show your support on May 15-17 by joining us for a Virtual 5K walk/run! Saturday, May 16 would have been our Regional Track Meet. !!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 8. Congrats Hannah and Ty!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Day 2 of our live your best life challenge! One of the prizes to be drawn on Friday is 2 ND State fair concert passes!!! Get out and live your life!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Tune in to Tioga's KTGO Talk of the Town on Tuesday, May 5th at 7:35 am to listen a segment spotlighting our seniors. We will spend 10 - 15 minutes each week throughout the month of May with KTGO and share all of our seniors' accomplishments and future plans.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! 🎉 Our Stanley teachers and staff are the best of the best. 💙 Help us thank them for all they do by sending a note of thanks to your child’s teachers (& other staff members who positively influence them) via email, text, or snail mail.
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Day one of the Blue Jay "Live your best life" Challenge! Post your photos in the comments or email them to Sarah.Sorenson@k12.nd.us! We will have FOUR winnners on Friday, thanks to CRS Construction and Stanley Parks and Rec!!! Get busy living, Bluejays!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
SOAR Video and Homework....Dare to Define Yourself through growth: 1 - Check-in with yourself...How are you feeling right now? Name those feelings, acknowledge those feelings. Then text, call, snap, OR message a family member or a friend and ask them how they are feeling...Do not accept "good" or "okay" as an answer. Say, "I really want to know, how ARE you?" Then listen with the passion that you want someone to listen to you. 2 - Write down on a piece of paper or in your notes on your phone or list in your head the disappointments you are facing on this day. Name them. Acknowledge them. Sit in the disappointment for a moment. 3 - Name at least ONE thing you are thankful for right now. 4 - Decide how and what you are going to do to have a positive effect on those around you each day. HINT: You could use the Blue Jay "Live Your Best Life" Challenge for ideas! https://youtu.be/dhkQaP9rO5c
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 7. Congrats Shayna and Taylor!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 6. Congrats Kieasha and Cody Curren!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 5. Congrats Kodie and Madison!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien’s class had such a fun night! FORT NIGHT! 🍿 The students made forts in their homes and ate some snacks! We all met for a video chat and listened to music, shared what our forts looked like, danced, chatted, and listened to Mrs. Stafslien read a few stories!
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Tune into KD news tonight for a wonderful feature on Blue Jay track and field, well done tracksters and Coach Reum. I wish I had better news for the rest of the season but NDHSAA has officially canceled the rest of the 2020 spring season as well as the winter tournaments. Thank you to the seniors and their families for the years of hard work and dedication. Go Blue Jays
9 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Sarah Sorenson
Join our "Live your Best Life Challenge!" Be your best as you help others, move your bodies and make memories with family. Post your pictures on the FB post or email them to Sarah.Sorenson@k12.nd.us and your name goes into a drawing for prizes that will be drawn every Friday!
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Kendra Evensvold
There's no better way to remember our time together (and apart) this year than ordering a yearbook! Order today at https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/ and search for Stanley, ND.
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 4. Congrats to Lakyn and Adamaris!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs.Stafslien’s class got a surprise visit from “Flat Stafslien!” They received a note telling them to take it with you in whatever you’re doing because she missed them so much and wanted to spend time with them! Here’s just a few things they did together! (Made snowflakes, created drawings, and went swinging!) ❤️
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs.Stafslien’s class got a surprise visit from “Flat Stafslien!” They received a note telling them to take it with you in whatever you’re doing because she missed them so much and wanted to spend time with them! Here’s just a few things they did together! (Made snowflakes, created drawings, and went swinging!) ❤️
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 3. Congrats Lacey and Kelsie!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Alecia Pulver
Students in K-6 who have all assignments handed in by the end of May 13th will be spending the remaining school days doing fun end of the year activities. Those who have unfinished work will have the opportunity to finish work and raise their grades. Students in grades 7-12 who are passing their classes at the end of May 13th will be finished with their regular school work. After May 13th, we will enter an intervention phase for those students who are failing, missing work, or want to work to improve their grades. For those who have completed their regular classroom work, the teachers will provide enrichment learning opportunities for your child to partake in. More information will be coming soon on when we'll be accepting library books, text books, and devices, as well as when parents can pick up student belongings.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 2. Congrats Taylor Bailey and Grace Bates!
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Here are a few ideas to help your child or teen during this time of social distancing and distance learning.
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Plans are underway for Stanley graduation 2020. We are currently exploring options for the graduation ceremony and class night. Details are still coming together as we learn more about social distancing guidelines. We can share that we will have a senior parade through town on Friday, May 22nd at 7pm. Likely, the parade will be the greatest opportunity for the community to come out to see and support the students. If anyone would like to be involved in planning the parade, please email alecia.pulver@k12.nd.us. More details to follow.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Kendra Evensvold
Senior Spotlight Day 1. Congrats Leah and Bailey! Check back daily for your favorite Senior as we move closer to graduation.
9 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Sarah Sorenson
Today's SOAR video features a poem, called Fire in the Night, written and read by Bluejay 8th grader Dejaun Johnson. Now is the time to shine, Bluejays! https://youtu.be/RwxZH9cLPgs
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
Stanley junior/senior banquet and prom has been rescheduled for July 10th. More information to follow.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Stafslien
Well since we can’t go to the beach, we will bring the beach to us! 🌴 Mrs. Stafslien’s 3rd graders played Beach Bingo this week during their Teams meetings! The students dressed up in hats, sunglasses, hula skirts, leis, swimming gear, and even had some beach balls to play with! Prizes are in the mail kids! It was a lot of fun!! 😎
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley Public School
After much discussion and deliberation, at this point Stanley Schools would like parents and students to plan to continue with off-site learning for the remainder of the academic year. Graduation will take place on Sunday, May 24 at 2:00 PM. We are working on different options for graduation depending on social distancing guidelines that may be in place.
9 months ago, Stanley Public School
Eden Cuypers
Author read-alouds about anxiety, kindness, and other social-emotional topics! https://dianealber.com/videos/
9 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Mrs. Stafslien
Well since we can’t be at the beach, we will bring the beach to us! 🌴 Mrs. Stafslien’s 3rd graders played Beach Bingo this week during their Teams meetings! The students have dressed up with hats, sunglasses, leis, beach balls, hula skirts, and swimming gear! ☀️
9 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
For the month of April, this Love and Logic course is offered free (normally $99). This is a great course for ANY parent to take. https://www.loveandlogic.com/collections/spr20/products/love-and-logic-parenting-online You will learn parenting tips on how to: -End arguing and manipulation -Neutralize defiance -Replace anger and frustration with empathy -End bedtime battles -Set kids up for success by allowing them to make small mistakes when the price tag is small. And much more!
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
You are invited to join Holly Arnold and Audrey Williamson in a zoom meeting to visit, share, brainstorm with fellow peers and caregivers? If so, please e-mail holly.arnold@ndsu.edu and you'll be sent an invite. The first session is Wed. April 22.
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Erica Klabunde
We’d like to wish a very happy Administrative Professionals Day to the hardworking ladies who keep us thriving. Alice, Jasmynn, Sarah, and Serena, we appreciate all you do for the schools. Thank you! With admiration, Stanley Administrators
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley FFA
Check out what the FFA Officers have been working on! https://youtu.be/_WZGM-vjV-U
9 months ago, Stanley FFA
Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Pulver's Principal Challenge for April 20-24. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01Qdu8Da6Yw&t=2s
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public School
I am certain that there are still many questions in our community about the status of school activities. I can provide the information we have at this time, but there is still much uncertainty. We miss having the students in the building and are looking forward to when we can have them back in the school again. Below is an update on a few items that I am sure many in our community are wondering about: When Will Classes Resume? The short answer is we do not know when, or if, classes will resume this spring. We definitely miss having the students in the buildings and we are hopeful that we can have the students back in the building prior to the end of the school year. However, Governor Burgum has ordered all schools to be closed until further notice. We are expecting an update at the end of April or beginning of May. If things change and the Governor allows us to resume providing an education in our building we all need to be prepared for it to look different than what we have been used to. We would potentially have to look at implementing recommendations on how to follow social distancing guidelines in our buildings. We may not be able to have all grades/classes in the building at the same time, we may have to have smaller groups of students in the building for shorter periods of time, etc. We just don’t know what it might look like to bring students back into our buildings. So, even if it is announced that schools may resume please be prepared for it to look different than what we have been used to. Extracurricular Activities The North Dakota High School Activities Association (NDHSAA) has postponed all high school extracurricular activities until at least May 1. Therefore, at this time our extracurricular activities are postponed until at least May 1. We will await further guidance from NDHSAA regarding our spring sports and activities. Prom Prom was supposed to be held on Saturday, April 18. We had announced earlier that we were postponing prom. We know this is an important event for our students and we are hoping that it can take place at a later date. We are looking at some dates in July that we may be able to hold prom. We are also exploring the option of having the annual Junior-Senior Banquet on the same evening as prom. We are working on surveying students to find out what dates might work best for them. More information will be provided as soon as it is available. Class Night Typically the school hands out scholarships and other awards at Class Night the week of graduation. Class Night will still take place this year, but how it will look has not been determined yet. Scholarships will still be awarded and students will be recognized though it will likely not be in the same format as previous years. It should be expected that the number of participants may be limited. More information will be provided as soon as it is available. Graduation We will plan to honor our seniors on their regularly scheduled graduation day at 2:00 PM on Sunday, May 24, 2020. We don’t know what that will look like yet, but will be keeping parents and the community informed as we get closer to that date.
9 months ago, Stanley Public School
Erica Klabunde
Calling all Blue Jay families... here is the updated and typo free (don’t look too close) spirit week calendar. We encourage all Stanley families (and community members) to take part in the fun. We’ll call it our family mindfulness challenge. The fun starts Monday!
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Erica Klabunde
ALL K-12 Blue Jays (and families), show us your spirit!! Next week we’ll do another fun spirit week. Each day we’ll have you post a picture in the comments, starting Monday, April 27th. Don’t disappoint... we miss your faces!!!
9 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Eden Cuypers
Coping Skills Challenge for this week!
9 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Sarah Sorenson
SOAR Meeting with Mrs. Sorenson: FIVE ESSENTIAL FACTORS FOR A GROWTH ENVIRONMENT https://youtu.be/YZa7yvivNz4
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
On Friday, April 17th, there will be another opportunity for students in grades 7-12 to get items from their lockers. There are no specific time breakdowns per grade, but general pickup will go from 9am - 3:30pm. Please come and get any items you need. We will have vehicles enter from the main parking lot on the west side of the school and drive to the east parking lot. Wait for someone to come out of door #10.
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Davidson
We are missing our students and wanted to say hello! Hope you enjoy the video. Stay well! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQRWH9k-S-4
9 months ago, Mrs. Davidson
Alecia Pulver
Congrats to Kodie Clark for winning the drawing from last week's principal's challenge! Students, please watch the video for this week's Principal's Challenge and this time send me your photos in Teams! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FW5RQxzr2GU
9 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sheila Morgan
NDIT-EduTech Covid-19 Response Resources for Educators, Students, and Parents: http://www.edutech.nodak.edu/nd-it-edutech-covid-19-resources/
9 months ago, Sheila Morgan
Jacob Hellman
Mr. Hellman has always believed that hard work should be rewarded. As his class began their distance learning he made a deal with them: If they could go one whole week with every student checking in and working, he would shave what is left of his facial hair. The class accepted the challenge and got to watch via live video chat as Mr. Hellman shaved his mustache off today. Good work 4th graders!!
9 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Sarah Sorenson
Dare to Define YOU...Weekly SOAR Video: Are you growing? What are you doing to learn, grow and stay healthy? Also featuring 2020 Seniors! https://youtu.be/2Kl2sQ5ic0o
9 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Elementary Library
Our online book fair ends this Friday, April 17th. Check out the Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/144723400297879/?fref=nf Or order directly online here: https://c6812.myubam.com/1511777 50% of all sales goes towards new books for our library.
9 months ago, Elementary Library
Alecia Pulver
Parents of junior high and high school students: As teachers work through their classes today, they will mark a student absent if they have not completed any work for the week for their class. A message will go out at 3:00pm if you child has been marked absent. You can log into PowerSchool to see which of your children has been marked absent and for which class. Missing assignments will be listed in their PowerSchool. If you do not have access to PowerSchool, please email alice.dusek@k12.nd.us for assistance.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
A very happy Assistant Principals Week to Mr. Stafslien! We appreciate all the hard work you do and support you give us all. With much appreciation, Ms. Klabunde and Mrs. Pulver Students, we’d like to urge you to send Mr. Stafslien a message to let him know how much you appreciate him! His email address is brooks.stafslien@k12.nd.us.
10 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Alecia Pulver
Parents of Junior High and High School Students: There has been talk among students that the off-site learning assignments 'don't count' so students do not need to complete them. These assignments DO count towards your child's class grade and potentially towards earning a credit towards graduation. Please share this information with your child so they understand the importance of completing their work. Additionally, there was an April Fool's joke that circulated via social media that students will need to repeat their current grade. This is not true. We are educating students through the off-site learning plan so they can continue their work and advance to the next grade. Again, the completion of work will be critical in earning credit towards gradation. Lastly, if your child needs a laptop, the school is able to lend one to you. Please email your child's building principal to make arrangements.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Parents of Seniors: We know many of you are looking for answers about graduation. We have no further direction from the governor about when we will be back together under one roof. As we look to the future, we will hold a celebration for our graduates on Sunday, May 24 at 2pm. We don't know what that will look like now; it will depend on any social distancing restrictions we will have at that time. It is likely it will not be your typical graduation ceremony, but we will do what we can to honor our graduates in one way or another.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public School
Parents can again use PowerSchool to track student grades. If you do not know your login/password for PowerSchool please e-mail Alice.Dusek@k12.nd.us for high school parents and Jasmynn.Halvorson@k12.nd.us for elementary school parents. Attendance will be taken weekly and will be based on completion of assignments throughout the week. Students will be counted absent if they have not completed any work. There will be no school/assignments Friday, April 10 through Monday, April 13 for our scheduled Easter break. We will resume off-site learning on Tuesday, April 14. Reminder that school lunches are available during this time of school closure. Lunches can be picked up from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM from Monday through Friday at the front door of the elementary school while school is closed. Meals are available for all children ages 1-18 and are available at no cost. Because of our Easter break meals will not be able to be picked up on Friday, April 10 and Monday, April 14. However, this week meals for Friday and Monday can also be picked up on Thursday.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Eden Cuypers
Mindful Monday with Mrs. Cuypers! https://youtu.be/eWo3Msuw3Wk
10 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Sarah Sorenson
Attention families receiving SACK bags: Due to the Easter weekend, pick-up will be on Thursday, April 9th from 11-1 at elementary school.
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Alecia Pulver
What are you doing to stay mentally healthy during our time of social distancing? Take the Principal's Challenge and post your photo below for a chance to win a gift card for Badland's Brew. Thank you to our seniors who are leading us in this challenge! We miss you all. Take care and stay healthy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=33r_i9pIHcI&feature=youtu.be
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Elementary Library
Don't forget to checkout the Stanley Public Schools Online Book Fair. The school gets 50% of the sales in free books! https://www.facebook.com/groups/144723400297879/
10 months ago, Elementary Library
Brooks Stafslien
Blue Jay Strong - Special thanks to Mary Kilen and the Mountrail County Promoter for providing these wonderful pics. -thanks to Coach Bartz for managing the lights
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Hello Parents, An error message went out about attendance and missing assignments. We are still learning. We apologize for any confusion or stress. Thank you for your patience and grace.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Stafslien
The 3rd graders drew BLUEJAYS today from home! They did such a great job! 💙
10 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School will be uniting with other schools across the state tonight by turning on our football lights from 7pm until 9:30pm. The lights are to honor our students, staff, and community members, in this time of distance learning, while school buildings are closed due to the COVID-19 virus. The movement was started by Minnesota's High School Activities Association as a symbol of hope and assurance that students are in the hearts and minds of educators across the country. As you see the lights, the message is to assure everyone that we are still here for our students and our community. We are all in this together. The Stanley Blue Jays call on each and every one of us to unite in this time of need and pledge to come out stronger than ever. Thank you to Minnesota High School Activities Association for starting this movement and thank you to fellow North Dakota Schools for participating in this pledge of hope and unity.
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Hello Parents, Your feedback is helpful in our offsite learning process. Please take a moment to fill out this survey. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Kni_2_HO8UqGyB-SAQYdtkYumP-R7G9Bubt1s9Aue7VUQUZJSTlTVFM1U1RPNk0zQVJHSFE5TkhZQS4u
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Parents of junior high and high school students, if you received a call that your child was absent, it is because they have not submitted work to their teachers. During off-site learning, attendance is taken by work submitted. Please email your child's teachers if you have specific questions about their work. A reminder to parents of high school students, your child needs to submit their work in order to continue to earn credit towards their high school graduation. If you are experiencing obstacles with technology or off-site learning in any way, please contact Mrs. Pulver at alecia.pulver@k12.nd.us or 701.628.2342.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Students, please watch this message from Mrs. Pulver. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUmJ5ySpY9o Parents, we know that social distancing has brought along plenty of closures, postponements, and disappointments for your children. This link provides helpful information in supporting your teens during this time. http://www.parentslead.org/sites/test.parentslead.org/files/Dealing%20with%20Disapointment-teens.pdf
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
Senior meeting with Mrs. Sorenson tomorrow, Friday, April 3rd at 1:00 in our senior team. Parents of seniors: please remind your senior...we are meeting about putting together a series of videos that highlight our seniors! We want all of the 2020 class to be involved!!
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Brooks Stafslien
Congratulations Rhett, it has been a pleasure to watch you participate in athletics over and to be part of your education over the years, well deserved. (See BSC press release below) Coach Jim Jeske is pleased to announce the signing of Rhett Hanson, a 6' 6" forward from Stanley, ND, to a national letter of intent to play basketball for the Mystics. Rhett was a 2nd Team All-State, two-time All-District, and two-time All-Region selection. He was named District 16 and Region 8 Senior Athlete of the Year. During his senior season, Rhett averaged 19.2 points, 11.8 rebounds, 4 blocks, and 1.7 assists per game.- this write up is from BSC's website: posted April 1
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Sheila Morgan
Students & Parents: Here's a link to a Student View of Microsoft Teams. So if you are having questions about how Teams work, this is a video training for you! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VyR-fhA_Ls
10 months ago, Sheila Morgan
Sheila Morgan
Hi Everyone, Please take a look at this link to great information and training for ND K12 Educators, Students, and Parents. https://preview.mailerlite.com/d1d8m0/1389195230581888539/b6s3/
10 months ago, Sheila Morgan
Sarah Sorenson
Stanley High school’s Weekly SOAR meeting https://youtu.be/3piWxIEaHdE
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Stanley Public School
Stanley School’s off-site learning plan was approved by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction and by the North Dakota Governor’s office. On March 19th the Governor ordered that all North Dakota schools remain closed until further notice, and those orders have not changed. Therefore, students will not be returning to our school buildings and we will continue with our off-site learning until further notice.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Elementary Library
With parent-teacher conferences being canceled, we were unable to have our spring book fair. Please checkout our online book fair here. https://www.facebook.com/groups/144723400297879/
10 months ago, Elementary Library
Sarah Sorenson
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Eden Cuypers
Check out the coping skills for this week's daily challenge! Try them out when you feel tough emotions during your day! https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/4d3a6a63-f729-4f75-aac1-72f0b4eb9f7b
10 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Ms. Tronset
I saw some awesome responses to our first STEM challenge! I can't wait to see your responses to this one. What can you do with an aluminum can? Post a picture in the comments or email me jennifer.tronset@k12.nd.us
10 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Alecia Pulver
Mr. Simmers’ classes will not meet via video on Monday, March 30. Please check Planbook for any assignments.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Ms. VanVugt’s classes will not meet via video on Monday, March 30. The daily assignment is posted on PlanBook and in teams.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Thanks to Ms. Hawbaker and Mr. Peterson for this Planbook information! https://web.microsoftstream.com/video/697a6e8d-d587-4633-8d89-31a944ad24e0
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Parents of Junior High and High School students: In an effort to manage the screen time your child has each day while still continuing education, we have adjusted the video check in times. Teachers in core content classes are now scheduled for video chat in the mornings one day a week and in the afternoon another day per week. Non-core classes are scheduled on Wednesday. These are times for your child to check in virtually with the teacher and ask questions about any assignment or content. These are not the ONLY times your child’s teacher is available - you, or your child, may contact that teacher at any point to set up a virtual meeting, chat, or phone call. However, these are the times your child’s teacher will have a specific time set aside for a virtual check in. If technology allows, we ask your child to check in to a virtual meeting with each teacher at least once a week. However, the other methods of communication - emails, Teams, chat, are also excellent ways to reach teachers and should be utilized by both teachers and students throughout the week as well. Thank you for your patience. We know this has been a lot to handle at home. It’s been a great deal change for us at the school as well. We are learning as we go and are working diligently to make the best choices for students as we strive to find a balance between learning and screen time. Please see the attached schedules as a reference. Teachers will be in contact with your students regarding specific meeting times.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Jasmynn Halvorson
*Quarter 3 Honor Roll* Great job kids!!!!
10 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Eden Cuypers
Here's a few coping skills to try for our challenge this week!
10 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Dana Curren
Junior Class Parent After Prom meeting scheduled for March 26 has been postponed until further notice.
10 months ago, Dana Curren
Eden Cuypers
Coping Skills Challenge!! Check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBRjNI644tw
10 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Alecia Pulver
School Announcements: Parent/teacher conferences have been canceled. Prom is postponed. At this point, our intent is to hold prom at a later date.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
Social distancing at its finest! Our hardworking paras are here to help you! 💙
10 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Jasmynn Halvorson
Parade route!
10 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
STANLEY SCHOOL'S STAFF PARADE! Friday, March 27 @ 3:00 PM
10 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Eden Cuypers
Mrs. Cuypers' - counseling during distance learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfL3UwKENBo
10 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Stanley FFA
Happy National Agriculture Week!! Check out the Stanley FFA Facebook and Instagram pages to see how our members get involved within the Agriculture Industry! We will be featuring our members each day this week on how they stay active in Ag!
10 months ago, Stanley FFA
Alecia Pulver
Schedule for locker pickup 9:00-10:00 - 7th grade students 10:00-11:00- 8th grade students 11:00-12:00 - freshman students 12:00-1:00 - sophomores 1:00-2:00 - juniors 2:00-3:00 - seniors Stanley HS will do another locker pick up on Tuesday, March 24th. Please see the schedule for your pick up time. If you have more than one student in the building, choose the time that works best for you. At this point, we are only clearing out instructional items your child may need for their off-site learning. To expedite the pick up, we are going to use the street on the south side of the building. Please enter from the main parking lot on west side of the building and drive to the east parking lot. Turn left into the parking lot and wait for someone to come out of door #10. See attached photo Parents of elementary students, there are no specific pick up times, please come as you are able.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Sarah Sorenson
High School SOAR Meeting: Add Magic to Your Week! https://youtu.be/zdLibmj-7eI
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Sarah Sorenson
High School SOAR Meeting: Add Magic to Your Week! https://youtu.be/zdLibmj-7eI
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder to all families: As we go through this trial week, we will all undoubtedly encounter some road blocks. Please continue to reach out if you find that there are needs that are causing difficulty with offsite learning. We are expecting that unforeseen issues will present themselves, and we are prepared to help you with those needs as they are communicated to us.
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Parents, We will begin off-site learning on Monday, March 23. Off-site learning means the learning takes place outside of our building. This can be delivered to students via technology OR other means for those who do not have internet access. We are working on ways to get materials for those of you who do not have internet access. On Monday, March 23rd, please call the school or email your child's teacher if you do not have internet access. For those with internet access, starting Monday, March 23rd, you may go to the menu on the school website and click on lesson plans. https://www.stanley.k12.nd.us/ During March 23-27, we will focus on our new method of teaching and learning. We will see what works, and what doesn't, and try to work around any obstacles. This is new to all of us - students, families, and teachers. We ask for patience and grace for yourself, your children, and our staff. Please contact your child's teacher (or call the school office) if you are experiencing any obstacles or frustrations of any kind. We cannot improve our method of delivery if we do not have an understanding of how things are working out at home. Again, this is a learning process and we anticipate adjustments will be needed. Please do not comment on our Facebook posts and expect an answer. If you have any questions, contact the teacher, principal, or school directly.
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Attention high school students: ITV classes resume at their regular time tomorrow. You will log into your personal device to watch. Please check your school email for more information. Dual credit students - check with your college for information about your classes. NDCDE and Acellus students - there are no changes to your classes. Continue with your class. Please email your instructor, Mrs. Petras, or Mrs. Pulver if you have any questions.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Erica Klabunde
Stanley Blue Jays, we’re going to have a social media spirit week starting tomorrow (Monday the 23rd) for K-12. Each day we’ll post on Facebook and give you an opportunity to post your spirit week pictures in the comments below. It’ll be a fun way to stay connected. 💙
10 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Attention all Sophomores and Juniors who plan to take dual credit classes next year through Williston State College: Please email your registration paper to brittney.f.oneill@willistonstate.edu as soon as you can. If you have questions you can email Mrs. Sorenson or Mrs. Petris.
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Erica Klabunde
Here’s a message from your friendly neighborhood principals! https://youtu.be/9V_eWAA0kQY
10 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public Schools
Parents, We will begin off-site learning on Monday, March 23. Off-site learning means the learning takes place outside of our building. This can be delivered to students via technology OR other means for those who do not have internet access. We are working on ways to get materials for those of you who do not have internet access. On Monday, March 23rd, please call the school or email your child's teacher if you do not have internet access. For those with internet access, starting Monday, March 23rd, you may go to the menu on the school website and click on lesson plans. https://www.stanley.k12.nd.us/ During March 23-27, we will focus on our new method of teaching and learning. We will see what works, and what doesn't, and try to work around any obstacles. This is new to all of us - students, families, and teachers. We ask for patience and grace for yourself, your children, and our staff. Please contact your child's teacher (or call the school office) if you are experiencing any obstacles or frustrations of any kind. We cannot improve our method of delivery if we do not have an understanding of how things are working out at home. Again, this is a learning process and we anticipate adjustments will be needed. Please do not comment on our Facebook posts and expect an answer. If you have any questions, contact the teacher, principal, or school directly.
10 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Happy Friday and First Day of Spring!! It's a beautiful day out! I sure miss my school family and kiddos!! Can't wait start our new way of learning on Monday!! Thank you to everyone for being positive, working together and doing so much to continue our students' education in a new way!! We've got this!! Karyn Meyer-Karyn.Meyer@k12.nd.us :)
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Ms. Tronset
STEM club kids and anyone who would like to join. My challenge to you is to create anything you can out of a paper towel/ toilet paper roll. Post a picture of your creations on the comments or email it to me jennifer.tronset@k12.nd.us
10 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Ms. Tronset
STEM club kids and anyone who would like to join. My challenge to you is to create anything you can out of a paper towel/ toilet paper roll. Post a picture of your creations on the comments or email it to me jennifer.tronset@k12.nd.us
10 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Stanley Public Schools
Special thanks to our wonderful para-educators who tallied up miles walking all over the schools to deliver locker necessities to our families. We appreciate your hard work. Rest well tonight!
10 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School
Stanley Schools will be closed until at least April 6 - this date may be extended based on future announcements from the Governor. We will begin off site learning on Monday, March 23. Details on how our off site learning will work will be provided tomorrow (Friday, March 20).
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School
By the order of Governor Burgum, Stanley Schools will be closed until further notice. Information on plans for future off site learning will be announced as soon as possible.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Alecia Pulver
Parents, we ask for your patience as we work to get your items from the lockers today. We have a number of people who are helping us retrieve items, but it will take some time. Just a reminder, parents and students are not allowed in the building. We will bring the items out to you. You do not need to clean out everything from their lockers, just what they will need for the next week or two, in the event that we have an extended school closing.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Title Parents: I can set up your FREE. "EPIC!" use if you send me your e-mail address! We use EPIC! in Title Reading, and would love to support this use at home!! My Class Code is: khb9112. This may work at home for now, but I can also add your e-mail for extended use. Please contact me at Karyn.Meyer@k12.nd.us! Thanks much!!
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Stanley Public Schools
Parents, please ensure that if your child is a 4th grader or older, they know their passwords and can log into their K-12 email accounts (not their powerschool). If we educate offsite, your child will need access to their emails and the Microsoft office suite. If your child cannot log in, please call their school as soon as possible so we can get their passwords to you.
10 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
In an effort to prepare for a possible extended school closure, we are offering times for parents/students to retrieve items from lockers on Thursday, March 19th. The public will not be allowed in the building. We will have employees go to the lockers to get the items you need and hand them to you. We do not want people waiting in the vestibule. Make a line of cars by the front door and we will come to you. Elementary parents, line up on the street facing west in front of the main entrance. High School parents, line up in front of the building facing south. Please use the following schedules for pick up times. We understand you may have more than one student in our buildings. If that is the case, you will be allowed to get the items for all of your children at one stop. Thank you. Elementary Pick Up Schedule: 8:00 - 9:00 - 6th grade 9:00 - 10:00 - 5th grade 10:00 - 11:00 - 4th grade 11:00 - 12:00 - 3rd grade 12:00 - 1:00 - 2nd grade 1:00 - 2:00 - 1st grade 2:00 - 3:00 - Kinder High School Pick Up Schedule 9:00-10:00 - 7th grade students 10:00-11:00- 8th grade students 11:00-12:00 - freshman students 12:00-1:00 - sophomores 1:00-2:00 - juniors 2:00-3:00 - seniors
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public Schools
Summary of today's work: Stanley teachers met to discuss ways to deliver education off site if mandated school closures are required. Teachers are now in the planning phase for this scenario. Surveys were conducted via phone to determine internet and technology availability in students' homes. Plans are in progress to address ways to get technology to students, if needed. We are also working on the option of safe reentry to school if the Governor allows school to resume on Monday. We will keep you informed of any plans as needs arise. Our school will provide lunches/breakfasts for students. As announced earlier, sack lunches/breakfasts will be available for pickup at the elementary front door from 11am - 1pm starting tomorrow, March 18.
10 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Sarah Sorenson
With school not being in session, SACK bags were delivered to homes this afternoon! Our Program is ready to do what it takes in the coming weeks to help out any families who need weekly bags. Thank you to our area churches, Mountrail County Health Foundation, Cashwise, and Joyce’s for you help and support!!
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems! www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Alecia Pulver
Parents, we are trying to call all families to complete a survey about access to technology and need for lunches during a possible school closure. Please watch for this phone call, if you are able. Your information is critical to our plans moving forward.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
From Title Teachers: Please e-mail us regarding any questions you have about Reading or Math concerning our Title students. Try to incorporate Reading and Math in everyday activities with your child- board games, cards, puzzles, cooking, baking, storytime, "I-Spy", have kids teach you something they have learned at school, etc. Keep it fun, enjoyable, and stress free!
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Sarah Sorenson
Tuesday Soar meeting from Mrs.Sorenson. Information for snipes about scholarships along with a Covid 19 bucket list challenge!! https://youtu.be/5Es9tunUvPE
10 months ago, Sarah Sorenson
Stanley Public School
Stanley Schools will be offering lunch during the school closure starting Wednesday, March 18. A to-go bag which will include lunch for that day and a breakfast for the following morning can be picked up by parents or students at the front door of the Elementary School from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. All high school and elementary meals are to be picked up at the front door of the elementary school. A school staff member will be watching and will bring meals out to the vehicle. Students will not be allowed in the school to eat their meals.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Mo Willems- Author of Piggy and Gerald, Pigeon, Knuffle Bunny- shares drawing lessons online! Fun Activity!! https://www.washingtonian.com/2020/03/16/mo-willems-is-hosting-a-livestream-doodle-starting-today/
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Author Jan Brett shares a read aloud of her new story about a Musk Ox character, "Cozy" online!! Visit her Facebook page!! Enjoy your story!! Also, visit her webpage, www.janbrett.com. :)
10 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Alecia Pulver
Jr high/High school students, please click on this link for a video from Mrs. Pulver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMFlzl067vA&feature=youtu.be
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Stafslien
💦 WEATHER CHANNEL UPDATE! 🌪 Mrs. Stafslien’s class had the task of creating a weather channel by reporting on a type of storm. They needed to define the storm, describe safety measures to take, and interesting facts about each! We had so much fun doing this! We even had wind (Thanks Brence for the massive fan!), snow, and water during our reports! *Great job to Dane for being our anchor man!
10 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
💦 WEATHER CHANNEL UPDATE! 🌪 Mrs. Stafslien’s class had the task of creating a weather channel by reporting on a type of storm. They needed to define the storm, describe safety measures to take, and interesting facts about each! We had so much fun doing this! We even had wind (Thanks Brence for the massive fan!), snow, and water during our reports! *Great job to Dane for being our anchor man!
10 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien
💦 WEATHER CHANNEL UPDATE! 🌪 Mrs. Stafslien’s class had the task of creating a weather channel by reporting on a type of storm. They needed to define the storm, describe safety measures to take, and interesting facts about each! We had so much fun doing this! We even had wind (Thanks Brence for the massive fan!), snow, and water during our reports! *Great job to Dane for being our anchor man!
10 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: With the high use of credit and debit cards, the actual counting of money has become a less familiar practice for children to observe and participate in these days. Help your child make purchases at stores, allowing them time to pay with cash and to count out change. This will help with their math skills and with the concept of spending.
10 months ago, Mrs. Gorder
Erica Klabunde
Elementary students, click on the link below for a message from Ms. Klabunde. https://youtu.be/ACXp-I0rdNY
10 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley Public Schools
We know there are a lot of questions about our plans for the near future. At this time, we are working through two different scenarios based on the direction of ND Department of Public Instruction and the ND Governor’s Office. Option 1 - Safe re-entry to school - This will include surveying families/staff that have been out of state, sanitizing of the schools and buses, changes to the school environment (such as lunch rotations to minimize student contact or changes in recess schedule and hallway procedures.) Option 2 - Potential for long term closing/e-learning - This will include a staff initiated survey/phone call to parents to determine access to technology from home (expect a phone call on Tuesday), developing lessons/packets for younger students, providing access to sack lunches for those with need. This is a fluid situation during unprecedented times. At this point, we do not know which option the state will determine for schools. We are doing what we can to be prepared for either scenario. We are working with the best interest of our students, staff, and community at heart. More information will be shared throughout the week. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
10 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School
Governor Burgum has ordered all K-12 schools in North Dakota be closed March 16-March 20. So, there will be no school in Stanley this week. More information will be shared when it is available.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley Public School
Per the guidance from the North Dakota Governor and North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, Stanley School will continue to provide education as usual. This is a fluid situation and we will make additional announcements on any changes if needed. School will resume Monday as scheduled. As the previous announcement stated, all extracurricular activities including practices and contests have been postponed indefinitely. As an extra precaution the school buildings are closed outside regular school hours until further notice. Also, reminder there is no school next Thursday and Friday due to previously scheduled spring break.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Alecia Pulver
The 7-12 dance for tonight, March 13, has been canceled.
10 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Per the NDHSAA, in response to President Trump's Emergency Declaration. All extracurricular activities have been postponed indefinitely. This includes all practices and contests alike. All open gyms will also be postponed until further notice.
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Bailey Hawbaker
Be sure to get your Yardzee order in!
10 months ago, Bailey Hawbaker
Brooks Stafslien
5/6 grade Elementary BBB practice will start on Monday, March 16 @ 5:30 in the High School lunch room. There will be a brief parent meeting where coaches Lucas Colbenson and Drew Nichols can hand out and present information for the upcoming season. After the meeting, practice will be held until 7pm in the High School Gym.
10 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public School
With the ongoing concerns about Coronavirus, we want you to know that the safety and health of our students, staff, and community is one of our top priorities. We will continue to do what we can to try to stop the spread of disease causing germs and ask for the parents and community to help in this endeavor. The Stanley School District custodial staff is cleaning and sanitizing commonly touched surfaces on a regular basis throughout the day. Disinfecting wipes have also been distributed to all teachers to help clean surfaces in classrooms throughout the day. Buses will be disinfected on a regular basis. We are also encouraging students and staff to wash hands more frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds at a time. We ask that parents and community members help follow these practices as well and also encourage students to regularly wash their hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and water while they are not at school. We ask that students, staff, and community members that are sick to please not come to the schools. Those experiencing a fever (100.3 °F or higher) and other flu/respiratory illness symptoms should not come to school. If you have questions about student attendance, please contact the building principal. Please note if an individual has a fever below 100.3 °F but have been taking medicines that help reduce fevers they should not come to school until their fever is below 100.3 °F without medication.  If the Coronavirus comes to our community, we will be in close contact with public health officials to help determine the best course of action for the school. We are hoping it doesn't become necessary, but, as seen in other communities around the country, it may become necessary for the school to close for a period of time (this decision would not be made lightly). We will also be working closely with North Dakota High School Activities Association on potential impacts to extracurricular activities. You may have seen that some schools throughout the country are closing down school and conducting learning online. Please know that we have been told from the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction that is not an option in North Dakota - that would not count toward the number of classroom hours required by the state.
10 months ago, Stanley Public School
Stanley FFA
Yardzee sets are being assembled! Be sure to get yours today by going to the link: https://the-nest-33.square.site/
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA
Are you interested in hosting a work experience student next year? Set up a booth at our career fair on Wednesday, April 8th from 11am-12:30pm for our Stanley High School Junior Class members to see the career opportunities within our community! Please sign up at the link below and contact Miss Hawbaker with any questions! https://tinyurl.com/whj28fy
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Shandi Camino
Stanley students grade 7-12 are invited to join us for a Topsy Turvy Sadie Hawkins dance on Friday, March 13. 9pm-Midnight $5 at the door Come get your glow on! Hosted by Stanley Student Council https://facebook.com/events/s/topsy-turvy-sadie-hawkins-danc/1036544290079143/?ti=icl
11 months ago, Shandi Camino
Jasmynn Halvorson
♣️1st Annual Pinochle & Uno Tournament♥️ $25 per person for Pinochle, $10 per person for Uno(kids are welcome to play uno). Pinochle players sign up in pairs. If you do not have a partner we can partner up singles.Please contact Jasmynn (jasmynn.halvorson@k12.nd.us) or Anthony (anthony.cuypers@k12.nd.us) to register.
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
National Reading Month!! Sign up for a free month at Skybrary!! Skybrary is a carefully curated, ever expanding interactive library of digital books and video explorations designed to engage young readers and foster a love of learning. Try it yourself on the Web, iPhone, iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android tablets. https://www.levarburtonkids.com/skybrary?s_src=RIF-Promotes
11 months ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Stanley FFA
This week the Ag 4 students have been presenting their Dream Farms to the class. Students had to come up with their perfect location, amount of acres, commodities they would like to raise, the machinery they would run, how many employees do they need and a budget to run their farm.
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Stafslien
Time for a party! Mrs. Stafslien’s reading class finished reading the book “Because of Winn Dixie” and had a party today just like in the book! Thank you so much to the parents who helped bring in items for the kids to try! They LOVED IT! 🐶
11 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Dana Curren
Junior Class Parents' Meeting TONIGHT 7pm in Commons to plan After Prom Party and Jr/Sr Banquet. Message Mrs. Curren or Lisa Lapica if you can't attend.but are planning to phelp out.
11 months ago, Dana Curren
Jasmynn Halvorson
Reminder tomorrow is a half day. Elem dismissal at 12:20, hs at 12:30.
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
5th and 6th grade speech meet schedule.
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
Elementary 5/6 GBB starts tomorrow night (March 3rd) at 5pm in the Elementary Gym. 5/6 BBB is tentatively set for Monday, March 16th @ 5:30pm at the Elementary Gym. We will be sending a letter home with all male 5/6 grade students in the next couple of weeks with further details once a practice and game schedules are finalized. Go Blue Jays
11 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Dana Curren
After Prom Parents' Meeting Thursday, March 5 7pm in Commons Notify Lisa Lapica or Mrs. Curren if you cannot attend
11 months ago, Dana Curren
Jasmynn Halvorson
Triangle Y Camp Flyers are at the elementary office.
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
Reminder: Thursday, March 5th is a half day for teacher inservice. Elem dismissal is at 12:20pm, hs at 12:30pm.
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Sarah Brewer
Track Practice starts Monday, March 2nd @ 7:00am - bring warm clothes in case practice is outside.
11 months ago, Sarah Brewer
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: (Gr. K-2) Think of a number for your child to guess. After each guess, respond with the words "more," "less," "higher," or "lower." This gives your child the opportunity to learn different math vocabulary and helps your child associate number words with counting sequence.
11 months ago, Mrs. Gorder
McKenzie Jarmin
The Elementary students wrapped up the Kids Heart Challenge today with a competitive dodgeball game against the teachers and staff. In a 3 week period, students raised a record-setting total of $24,100! This money will be used by the American Heart Association to assist those in need.
11 months ago, McKenzie Jarmin
Stanley FFA
CTE groups: Ag, Business, Marketing & FACS Students are joining forces to bring you Yardzee. Yardzee is a game with Jumbo handmade wooden dice. The game is played just like the classic game Yahtzee, but in the yard at the beach or campsite. The groups are working together to make and market the product, to get one of your own order by Friday, March 13th at this link! https://the-nest-33.square.site/
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Stafslien
This is Doris. She volunteers her time to come to the elementary school almost everyday to read with the students. She is the kindest, happiest, and most positive person. Thank you so much Doris for all that you do! EVERYONE at Stanley Elementary appreciates and loves you! ❤️
11 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Here is the District 16 BBB Tournament bracket. If you can’t make it to the game, there is a streaming option through nfhsnetwork.com. All games will be streamed online and there is also a video on-demand option if you want to watch it later. It is $11 for a 1 month subscription. A subscription gives you access to any NFHS sponsored activity in the country, including playoffs.
11 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
There will be 2 games played today during JHBBB's match up with Burke County, 4:30 at the Elementary school. It was originally scheduled for 1 game but Burke County has enough players for 2 games tonight. Go Blue Jays
11 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jacob Hellman
Today in Mr. Hellman’s Social Studies class the students were given a mystery box. The box was put to together by the state historical society and contains real artifacts related to Native Americans. Students got hands on time to hold, feel, and even smell the objects. The class then took a guess at what each object was and what we will be learning about. There were some great guesses!
11 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Stanley FFA
The Stanley FFA Members would like to thank everyone that supported them during our FFA Week. We would especially like to thank American Bank Center for grilling brats for teachers and members on Friday and also to Marilyn Gaebe for donating cupcakes to all of the members this week! We appreciate all of the community involvement and the students enjoyed their special week. If you want to support our chapter this week, on Wednesday, February 26th, we will have our annual Pie Social at the Mountrail County Ag Improvement Farm and Ranch Day. The FFA Officers will also be at Tractor Supply on Wednesday morning handing out treats, so come out to the store to donate to the Grants for Growing event by buying and FFA Emblem!
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Shelby Zahn
Miss Zahn’s class had quite the adventure today! We walked to the high school on such a beautiful day for a fun-filled afternoon with Miss Albertson’s FACS Class for Foodie Friday! The kiddos learned how to make a grilled cheese, then had a Grilled Cheese-Off. Winners were chosen for Best Teamwork, Best Use of Bacon, Most Golden Brown, Most Appealing, etc. We had so much fun! Thank you to Miss Albertsons & her class for having us! 💙
11 months ago, Shelby Zahn
Kendra Evensvold
Happy FFA Week at Stanley High School!
11 months ago, Kendra Evensvold
Stanley FFA
Want to come see who has to Kiss the Pig? Stanley FFA Members will be holding Ag Olympics during 7th and 8th hours today for all of the High School and Jr.High students. Come to the school at 3pm to see who will have to Kiss the Pig between: Mrs. Pulver, Mr. Schell, Mr. Peterson, Miss Hawbaker and Jana!
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Alecia Pulver
Hunter’s Education information for those who are interested.
11 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA Members had their annual Food for America day at the Elementary School on Wednesday. The High School students taught each grade about a different commodity within our state and even gave them a treat that went along with each commodity.
11 months ago, Stanley FFA
Dana Curren
Stanley High School Academic Olympic team took 1st place! They will go on to represent the large schools in our region at State Academuc Olympics on March 23!
11 months ago, Dana Curren
Shelby Zahn
The 5th graders had their field trip today at the Minot State University Science Show. First, we attended a magic show where we saw a bunch of cool chemistry reactions and many more science experiments. After lunch, we broke off into small groups and got to go to different rooms with different experiments... Erosion, dissection, fluorescent DNA, rocket launching, & CD air hockey were just a few of the activities we could choose from! We had a blast! 💥 A huge thank you to Sarah Brewer & Brence for driving the buses! And another thank you to our chaperones, Holly Gustafson, Barb Roise, and Stacey Mortensen, for joining us today! We couldn’t have done it without you all! 😊
11 months ago, Shelby Zahn
Brooks Stafslien
My apologies, I forgot to recognize Max Jackson for his 1st place in the 7th grade division. Congratulations Max
11 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
Congratulations to the 2020 Mountrail County Spelling Bee winners. Grade level winners included: Carmen Wing 2nd place for the 5th grade division, Alexis Conard took 2nd and Joey Cotton took 3rd in the 6th grade division, Sienna McLaughlin took 2nd in the 7th grade division, and Adrien Rossin finished first in the 8th grade division. Adrien also was crowned the Mountrail County Spelling Bee overall champion and will participate in the State Spelling Bee held in Bismarck on March 23rd. Sienna McLaughlin also finished 3rd overall and will be an alternate for the State Bee. Congratulations to all of the winners and good luck at State.
11 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨Teacher In-services🚨 February 20th - Full Day Off March 5th - Half Day (Elem dismiss @ 12:20, HS @ 12:30)
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Dana Curren
Junior Class Parent Meeting TONIGHT 7pm in the Lunch Room. PLEASE ATTEND. Notify Mrs. Curren if you cannot make it and want further information.
11 months ago, Dana Curren
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: Math requires active learning. This means in order to learn math, students must complete assignments and homework. Math is not a subject where students can simply listen in class and expect to become proficient. It is a subject that builds on what is previously learned - like building blocks. Missing school and not completing work can affect a student's understanding and progress. All the "building blocks" must be in place for the continuance of successful learning.
11 months ago, Mrs. Gorder
Mrs. Davis
The second grade classes have been researching wolves and today they got to Skype with a wolf expert from Wolf Haven International.
11 months ago, Mrs. Davis
Mrs. Stafslien
Way to “GLOW” class! Mrs. Stafslien’s class has been reading so much that they earned a party! They had glow tic tac toe, bowling, painting, and mazes! 🌟
11 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Shelby Zahn
Stanley Elementary’s very own walked away from the 2020 Spelling Bee with 2nd place in the 5th grade division!! 🥈 Congratulations to Carmen Wing! We are so proud of you! 🥳
11 months ago, Shelby Zahn
Shelby Zahn
Miss Zahn’s language arts classes were ‘Barbecuing Up a Good Time with Idioms’ this week! The students worked in groups to match idioms to their meanings. We are having a blast with our Figurative Language Unit! 🤓 Did you know that “chew the fat” means to gossip? Apparently nowadays that’s called, “spilling the tea” according to some pretty hip fifth grade students. 😎
11 months ago, Shelby Zahn
Jacob Hellman
When you hear the word Garfield what do you think of? Mr. Hellman’s social studies classes were surprised to learn it was the name of a former president and not a big orange cat! Over the next week they are working on a research project where they are assigned a lesser known president and learn facts about their life and presidency. They are learning lots!
11 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Jasmynn Halvorson
5th & 6th Valentines Dance! We had around 70 kiddos attend!
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨5th & 6th grade parents🚨 Don’t forget to send your kiddo to the dance tonight. Starts at 7 - $5 entry, there will also be concessions for purchase as well! *Jasmynn worked extra hard last night to get cotton candy made for the kiddos to enjoy!
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Erica Klabunde
Mr. Hellman’s class played games today. They each had one minute to try dialing a rotary phone, then had to find a name in the phone book. With no Siri to help, it proved a challenge!
11 months ago, Erica Klabunde
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨NO SCHOOL, Monday, February 17th(Presidents Day) & Thursday, February 20th(Teacher In-Service).🚨
11 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Stafslien
⚠️ CAUTION KIDS AT WORK! ⚠️ Mrs. Stafslien’s math class had to complete measurement challenges today using a ruler to the nearest quarter inch! Tomorrow, they go back to the Construction ZONE! 🛠
12 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
We had an incorrect message go out this morning saying that students were absent. We are working on correcting the error.
12 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Dana Curren
Junior Class Parent meeting Tuesday, 2/11 at 7 pm in lunch room. Will be discussing After Prom Party and fundraising. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Curren
12 months ago, Dana Curren
Brooks Stafslien
2020 District GBB Bracket
12 months ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
Shout out to our hardworking pee wee girls basketball coaches & players 💙🏀
12 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Stanley Public Schools
Spring and summer Driver's Ed enrollment is this evening (Feb 6th) from 5:00-7:30 pm at the high school teacher workroom. Come as you are able during the time block to get your child signed up.
12 months ago, Stanley Public Schools
Jasmynn Halvorson
Wear red tomorrow for heart health!!! ❤️
12 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien’s students created their own postcards that they were to send back “home” while traveling to Ellis Island/ NYC! They freehanded their front pictures and wrote letters on the back to family left behind. They did such a great job! 🗽
12 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
Enbridge stopped by to present the school with a check for $5000 for our playground!! 🔹THANKS ENBRIDGE🔹
12 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jacob Hellman
Today the North and South took a bit of a break from marching and drilling in the Civil War game. The class looked at what soldiers at that time did to pass the time when they were not marching, drilling, or fighting. One of the big activities of the time was to design a regimental flag. Groups began working on a flag of their own that could be carried into battle. General Hellman assures the troops that they will soon be “going to see the elephant” (fighting in their first battle).
12 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Jacob Hellman
Today was a big day in Mr. Hellman’s Civil War game. Students began marching towards a battlefield where they were told they would be engaging the enemy. As they approached a turn in the road they heard a sound approaching. Groups had to decide what action to take. Several groups decided to throw caution to the wind and fire at the approaching sound. These groups were horrified to learn that they had killed a cow being walked by a farmer. They are slowly learning that they must have patience during this game. What will tomorrow bring?
12 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Courtney Albertson
Child Development students had a blast with Mrs. Dittbrenner’s 3rd grade class for Foodie Friday!
12 months ago, Courtney Albertson
Eden Cuypers
K-6 students earned character awards during the month of January for showing perseverance! During our assemblies, they also worked with their classes to brainstorm ideas for positive self-talk messages and accomplishing goals by breaking down difficult tasks into smaller steps.
12 months ago, Eden Cuypers
Alecia Pulver
Please see the attached information for an upcoming driver’s ed meeting.
12 months ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley FFA
The Ag 4 students spent their Friday networking with Agricultural Businesses at the Ag Expo in Minot.
12 months ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: Knowing the basic facts of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division enables your child to compute faster and more easily "see" the relationships in more complex math problems. Knowing the basic facts is a confidence booster for all children. Math facts can be easily practiced using flashcards, math apps, or verbally with a family member/friend. One way to switch up practicing multiplication facts is change how you're asking the questions. Most of the time we ask for the product, for example, "8 times 5 equals what?" Instead, change the question and ask, "8 times what equals 40?" This requires a deeper knowledge of the multiplication fact and prepares your child for division.
12 months ago, Mrs. Gorder
Darcie Faul
Mrs. Faul’s class will be sharing their 100th Day Projects today! Come check out their creativeness during the following times! 9:00-9:50 10:30-11:00 12:15-12:45 1:30-2:00 Happy 100th Day of School!
12 months ago, Darcie Faul
Jacob Hellman
Today Mr. Hellman‘s social studies classes continued their simulation Civil War game. They have been training hard in a mock basic training and improving their skills. Today they had an opportunity to improve one of their simulation skills and to be promoted. They also took time to practice their writing by doing their first journal entry. They will keep writing about their experiences in these journals throughout the game. Most were happy but some were upset with the general for not promoting them.
12 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Mrs. Stafslien
Time to travel to America! 🗽 Mrs. Stafslien’s class has been learning all about Ellis Island, The Statue of Liberty, their ancestors, and more! They were given the task to take only “one suitcase” with them and needed to decide what they should bring along for the journey! 🧳
12 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Jacob Hellman
Today Mr. Hellman’s social studies classes continued learning about the Civil War. They have started a simulation game where they get to join one of the sides and fight in the war. Classes are currently in basic training where they are drilling hard and learning skills. They even got to taste hard tack (a very hard very dry Civil War type of cracker)!
12 months ago, Jacob Hellman
Miss Olson
Hello! Miss Olson has a few former band uniforms tucked away in her closet that she would love to give away! They have not been used in the last few years, so she would like them to go to a home that WILL use them! There are six white jackets (five with blue pants), 20 blue jackets, and hats! If you'd like to have one...or all of them...please give Miss Olson a call at the school!
12 months ago, Miss Olson
Jasmynn Halvorson
🎭Thank you to the Bowbells Community Theater for bringing “The Sensuous Senator” to Stanley🎭 ! We were able to raise $1200 for the playground. If you weren’t there you missed a great show! Cheeks were hurting from laughter. Make sure to come out next year!
12 months ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Shandi Camino
Seventh grade students celebrate their reading goal accomplishments with a sledding party. Mountrail County deputies join in the fun!
12 months ago, Shandi Camino
Mrs. Stafslien
What a fun day! Mrs. Stafslien’s reading class had a “Book Tasting!” 📚🌹 Students had appetizers (cornbread muffins, bananas, chocolate, & fortune cookies) that are all mentioned in the chapter books they were to “taste!” They rotated tables while reading the first few pages of each book, making predictions, and ranking which book they would like to read in small groups next week! 📚
12 months ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Ms. Tronset
Our first 5th/ 6th grade boys STEM club was a blast! Students learned what STEM stands for - science, technology, engineering and mathematics. They learned about the STEM process imagine, plan, create, improve, ask. Then they developed their own paper airplanes.
12 months ago, Ms. Tronset
Brooks Stafslien
GBB Game tonight ABC @ Kenmare 4:15 will be broadcast on BEK
almost 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
Offer from the Discovery Center in Minot.
almost 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
Reminder: tomorrow is a half day! Elem dismissal @ 12:20, hs @ 12:30
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
Varsity BBB tonight vs Burke Co. will be broadcast on BEK.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨ELEMENTARY PARENTS/VISITORS:🚨 I have made up new visitor’s badges. Please remember when you are wanting to go further than the office you MUST check in at the front desk before doing so. Thank you for helping us keep or school safe. -Jasmynn
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
A,B,JH BBB games tonight will all be played in Bowbells. C BBB originally scheduled @ South Prairie tonight will be postponed until a later date.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Here are the results from the Stanley speech meet that was held on Saturday, January 18th. Congratulations to our students! Serious Prose: Alae Aboussad—8th place Autumn Pulver—7th place Macee Jones—6th place Kodie Clark—2nd place Storytelling Zosia Braddock—2nd place Humorous Duo Emma Hamilton and Tawni Nohr—3rd place Avery Ellis and Deanna Lamping—2nd place Poetry— Macee Jones—5th place Sidney Woodhouse—4th place Kodie Clark—2nd place Impromptu— Sidney Woodhouse—8th place Alex Ruud—7th place Kya Kraft—6th place Alex Reynolds—5th place Zosia Braddock—4th place Dramatic— Autumn Pulver—4th place Kodie Clark—1st place EPR Kya Kraft—5th place Kodie Clark—2nd place Sidney Woohouse—1st place Humorous— Kaydence Vachal—7th place Avery Ellis—6th place Ben Wing—1st place (qualifying for state) Persuade— Macee Jones—1st place (qualifying for state) Extemp Speaking— Logan Ruud—7th place Alex Ruud—6th place Kaydence Vachal—4th place Mackenzie Ranum—3rd place Alex Reynolds—2nd place Macee Jones—1st place (qualifying for state)
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley schools will be in session on Monday, January 20th. We will have an early dismissal on Tuesday, January 21st for a teacher inservice. Elementary will dismiss at 12:20. High School will dismiss at 12:30.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
Friday morning, NDHP Trooper Hilzendeger rode a Stanley school bus, watching for anyone violating the stop arm. Trooper Gudvangen was close by in his patrol car to stop any violators. Thank you, NDHP, for working to keep our students safe. Our students and driver enjoyed having you on the bus!
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
We have enjoyed reading the Jan Brett Christmas selections and activities and now are on to her Winter titles and Literacy Activities!! Please help our school win a visit from this amazing author!!!
about 1 year ago, TItle 1/Karyn Meyer
Elementary Library
10 Benefits of Reading 1. Mental Stimulation 2. Stress Reduction 3. Knowledge 4. Vocabulary Expansion 5. Memory Improvement 6. Stronger Analytical Thinking Skills 7. Improved Focus and Concentration 8. Better Writing Skills 9. Tranquility 10. Free Entertainment https://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/10-benefits-reading-why-you-should-read-everyday.html
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨PARENTS:🚨 Please make sure you are sending your children to school with proper winter attire: WINTER coat, hat, gloves, snow pants, & boots for recess, riding the bus, or going to activities. Students without proper attire WILL NOT be allowed on the bus. If a bus were to break down, it is VERY dangerous not to have proper clothing.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
C squad GBB tonight 4:15 @ the HS vs Underwood has been canceled do to travel concerns and impeding weather near the Underwood area. BBB vs NT 5:45 will be held as scheduled.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: Woodburnpress.com said it perfectly when they said, "Children are learning new math skills every day, and they may sometimes get frustrated. If your child is feeling discouraged or frustrated, provide encouragement and keep a positive attitude. Remind your child that being good at math isn't something you're born with - math is something you learn."
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Gorder
Jasmynn Halvorson
2 weeks ago, one of our own lost someone very close to them. Boston Glueckert, 15 year old nephew of 3rd grade teacher Mrs. Ploium passed away suddenly due to natural causes. To show our support to Mrs. Ploium and her family, the staff at the elementary and high school raised $500 to be given to the Williston Coyote Foundation for a scholarship the family set up in Boston's name.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Elementary Library
Last week 2nd graders learned about engineering and perseverance by building towers from marshmallows and spaghetti.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Stanley FFA
A few years ago Stanley FFA students traveled to Puerto Rico. Recently, the area they visited has been hit by a large earthquake and they are in need of the items below. Our chapter is gathering the items and will be shipping them to those in need! Please bring items listed to the Ag Room by Friday, January 17th so we can get them sent out! Please let Miss Hawbaker or Jana know if you have any questions. Anything and everything is greatly appreciated!
about 1 year ago, Stanley FFA
Mrs. Stafslien
Do you wanna build a snowman!? ⛄️ Meet Patty. She is the snowman that Mrs. Stafslien’s science class made today. They will be tracking her throughout the week to focus on the water cycle! 💧
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Alecia Pulver
Driver's Ed parent meeting - January 15th at 7pm in the high school lunch room.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Elementary Library
Watch for information about the new before school STEM club for grades 3-6. Permission slips are due Friday.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Elementary Library
Watch for information about the new before school STEM club for grades 3-6. Permission slips are due Friday.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Jasmynn Halvorson
🚨Upcoming days off for Teacher In Service🚨: Jan 21st (Early release - ES 12:20, HS 12:30) Feb 20th (Full day)
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
5th & 6th Grade Valentine's Day Dance!
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Stafslien
“Determination & Doughnuts” was Mrs. Stafslien’s theme yesterday in her class! They have earned 10 sprinkles given for great behavior anytime she has a substitute teacher or compliment from another adult. She brought them all doughnuts for being so awesome! 🍩🍩Her class also became determined while they wrote goals they wanted to accomplish in 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣! 💪🏻
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
Stanley Public School is offering Driver's Education through Gotta Go Driving School. Students will complete an online class and a behind the wheel portion. After successfully completing the online portion through Gotta Go Driving School, Stanley Schools will reimburse parents the $100 cost of the online class. (Class must be taken with Gotta Go Driving in order to receive the reimbursement. Parents will be responsible for the cost of the behind the wheel portion.) This course will be offered year-round through Bonita Hornberger, who is employed with Gotta Go Driving School, in addition to being employed with Stanley Public Schools. Students must be 14 and have their learners permit in order to take the class. Please contact Bonita Hornberger for more information. There is also a sign up sheet at the high school. You can reach Mrs. Hornberger at 701-240-4993 (leave a message or send a text) or email bone6271@hotmail.com.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Jasmynn Halvorson
Valentine's Photo Shoot!
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Alecia Pulver
Congratulations to Mr. Cuypers and our STEM science class for receiving a grant from Continental Resources for $2500! The money will go towards purchasing additional curriculum and supplies for Mr. Cuypers' new STEM science class that started this fall. STEM - science, technology, engineering, and mathematics - helps our students understand how these areas relate in real world applications.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public Schools
Congratulations to our Snoball Queen, Calli Hennessy, and Snoball King, Ty Gorder, who were crowned at our home game last night! Court members include Taylor Bailey, Grace Bates, Taylor Dean, Calli Hennessy, Grace Sorensen, Malachi Braddock, Ty Gorder, Bridger Pulver, Trapper Simmers and Coy Smith. The Snoball Dance will be Friday, January 10th from 9:00pm-12:00am for students in grades 9-12. Cost is $5.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Jasmynn Halvorson
5th & 6th Grade Honor Roll Q1 & Q2
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Brooks Stafslien
Please pay close attention to schedule changes in the upcoming weeks. Due to low numbers in areas schools' GBB teams, we have lost some C games. This Thursday vs Minot Ryan will start at 5:45 with no C game, Monday the 13th vs Ray 5:45 start with no C game, and Tuesday the 14th no C game vs Divide Co. 5:45 start. Use the link listed below to keep up to date with all future changes and sign up for "Notify Me" if you would like changes automatically emailed or texted to you in real time. https://www.district16region8con.org/public/genie/1224/school/4/
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
We are pleased to announce that we now have streaming services available for athletic events in our HS gym. You are able to watch games live anywhere you have internet access. By joining NFHS streaming services for a small monthly fee you will have access to Blue Jay events, as well as any HS event that uses NFHS streaming across the country and can be used to view post season events as well. A portion of your subscription will be credited to our school as well. Use this link to subscribe today: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/support/stanley-high-school-stanley-nd?redir=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.nfhsnetwork.com%2Fschools%2Fstanley-high-school-stanley-nd
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Jacob Hellman
On Monday Mr. Hellman’s social studies classes began their study of the US Civil War. To help the class understand the differences in the numbers and supplies for the two sides we had a paper ball fight in class. The north had more students and more paper balls than the south. In the end the entire class was allowed to attack Mr. Hellman. He barely escaped the attack!
about 1 year ago, Jacob Hellman
Stanley Public Schools
Congratulations to the 2020 Snoball Court: Taylor Bailey, Grace Bates, Taylor Dean, Calli Hennessy, Grace Sorensen, Malachi Braddock, Ty Gorder, Bridger Pulver, Trapper Simmers and Coy Smith. Coronation is tonight (January 7th) between the junior varsity and varsity ball games (approx 5:30.) The Snoball Dance will be Friday, January 10th from 9:00pm-12:00am for students in grades 9-12.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Jasmynn Halvorson
🎭 Bowbells Community Theater will be presenting the play “The Sensuous Senator” at the Stanley Elementary Gym this Friday, Jan 10th at 7:00, doors open at 6pm. Tickets are $15 - proceeds go towards the playground. ADULTS ONLY! Hope to see you there. Link to the fb event: https://facebook.com/events/s/bowbells-community-theater-pre/2716679195065721/?ti=icl
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Stanley FFA
Stanley FFA members attended the Winter Leadership Conference in Bismarck this weekend. They started the weekend by delivering Chemo Care Kits to cancer patients at Mid Dakota Clinic, then using teamwork to try to escape at Trapped in Bismarck escape rooms. On Saturday the conference began and students were able to enhance their leadership abilities by attending sessions and then had the opportunity to help their fellow FFA members package 200,000 meals for the Meals of Hope service project that delivers these meals to local residents within North Dakota.
about 1 year ago, Stanley FFA
Bailey Hawbaker
The Ag 1, Ag 2 and Ag 4 students showed off their shop projects and had a contest where students and teachers could choose their favorites! The Ag 1 classes made corn hole boards and the Ag 2 and Ag 4 classes made a scrap wood holiday decor project. The students had a blast designing these and they all turned out great! Winning the Teacher Choice award was Caiti Hennessy with her “Have a Merry Christmas” tree and winning the Student Choice Award was Jacob Littlefield and Tucker Gorder with their “Just Do It” corn hole board.
about 1 year ago, Bailey Hawbaker
Brooks Stafslien
New backboards go up at the Elementary.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Stanley Public Schools
The great people at Pepsi stopped by to drop off a little Christmas cheer for our students who helped pick up a crate of water that took a spill a couple of weeks ago. Previously, Safari Fuels and Stanley Pinnacle surprised the students with coupons for meals. Pepsi sent our students off to Christmas break with some duffle bags and Pepsi swag. In addition to all the fun surprises, our students made a great connection with our Pepsi delivery drivers and shared some laughs and smiles.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Jasmynn Halvorson
💛💚🧡 Thank you to all the teams that played and the spectators that came to watch! We were able to raise around $800 for our elementary school playground. Congrats to the Nelsons on their first place finish. 2nd place went the Servivors, followed by Glo Getters in 3rd and Nutcrackers in 4th.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Roise’s class’s finished product! Great lookin’ blankets!
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Jasmynn Halvorson
💙Mrs. Roise’s kindergarten class, along with help from moms, dads, and grandparents are making tie blankets for the Minot Homeless Coalition💙
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: Give your child a ruler to measure objects around the house. Depending on their grade level, they could measure to the nearest inch or to the sixteenth of an inch. With your help, this hands-on practice teaches how to use a ruler as a measurement tool, how to read a ruler, incorporates math in their daily life, and provides a fun opportunity for your child to practice math!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Gorder
Stanley Public School
Lions Tournament Update
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public School
Elementary Library
Students celebrated reaching their Quarter 2 AR goals with a game party. They could choose from Kahoots trivia, Charades, Pictionary, Bingo, or a variety of board and card games.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Alecia Pulver
Overflow parking for the Lion’s tournament is in the outfield of the baseball diamond.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Mr. Stafslien and Mrs. Dusek are ready to battle it out in the Christmas costume contest!
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Stanley Public Schools
You may have noticed a number of patrol cars in our high school parking lot this week. The North Dakota Highway Patrol is using our multipurpose room for training. The NDHP appreciates using our centrally located facilities and we appreciate having a police presence in our building each day. Today, the forensics class was able to watch the training and learn about the control tactics the officers use on the job. Mrs. Pulver learned handcuffing techniques. Mr. Peterson was a little more brave and learned what it was like to be in some of the police holds.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Public Schools
Alecia Pulver
Stanley PE students have been learning the life-long sport of bowling. Special thanks to Jim Dazell for hosting all the students at the alley each week and for providing the delicious Christmas treats today!
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Updated Lions Tournament Bracket
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Sarah Brewer
There have been reported cases of lice at the Elementary School. Please do a head check and if your child does appear to have lice or nits - keep them home.
about 1 year ago, Sarah Brewer
Mrs. Stafslien
Mrs. Stafslien’s class was sponsored earlier this year by community members for $1 scholastic books. They received so many donations that they had an overflow of money! The class discussed and voted on giving a book to each preschooler in town! They read them a book and did art project! The students had so much fun and can’t wait to go to another preschool later on this week! Such a great group of kids!!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
SANTA!!!!! We had a visit from Santa yesterday. He passed out candy canes to all our good little girls and boys.
about 1 year ago, Erica Klabunde
Jasmynn Halvorson
Between 2:30-3:00 we will be conducting our Shelter In Place DRILL.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Courtney Albertson
Blue Jay SALE 25% off all gear this week only! We will be open during the Lions tournament so stop by to get some great deals! To see what we have check out our website: https://squareup.com/store/the-nest-33
about 1 year ago, Courtney Albertson
Alecia Pulver
Congratulations to Stanley students for organizing a successful blood drive. Staff and students over the age of 16 were able to donate (with parental consent.) There are still spots open this afternoon (12/16). Call the high school at 628-2342 to schedule.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Brooks Stafslien
Reminder that we will be having a shelter in place drill in both buildings today, December 16th.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Brooks Stafslien
On Monday, December 16 we will be conducting a shelter in place drill in both buildings. (HS and Elem.) A reminder will be sent out Monday morning and again during the actual drill. It will be labeled as a drill.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
Mrs. Roise’s class had an exciting afternoon! They made gingerbread cookies, and those sneaky buggers ran away! The gingerbread men left hints all around the building for the students to follow. They were finally found on the students’ desks, decorated, and enjoyed!!
about 1 year ago, Erica Klabunde
Erin Essler
Essler's Human A&P students are learning the bones of the axial skeleton and parts of a long bone. We used Quizlet to print off our Power Words and then turned it into a game of Heads Up! Their partners could point at parts, sutures, or use verbal descriptions to give clues!
about 1 year ago, Erin Essler
Ms. Tronset
Students read books about a tree that had 6 ornaments. They then decorated their own trees with ornaments.
about 1 year ago, Ms. Tronset
Brooks Stafslien
50th Annual Lions Tournament Bracket
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Miss Olson
Join us for the Winter Concert! Grades K & 3 will be performing this Thursday, the 12th, at 2pm (for students and staff, seating is limited) and 7pm (for family and friends)!
about 1 year ago, Miss Olson
Jasmynn Halvorson
Reminder: Tomorrow is a half day for Teacher In-Service. Elem dismissal- 12:20, HS dismissal - 12:30.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Mrs. Stafslien
Thank you so much to everyone who came to the 3rd grade Culture Show! Mrs. Stafslien’s class studied 6 different countries and learned all about their culture. They served food, told about common items in each country, and dressed up in traditional costumes. They did such a great job!! 🌍
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Stafslien
Mr. Peterson
No objections here! These forensic seniors just conducted the courtroom battle of 2019 with completion of mock trials.Thanks to the jury members and folks at the Mountrail Country Courthouse for making this day special. Congrats to the defense teams on their not guilty verdicts.
about 1 year ago, Mr. Peterson
Shelby Zahn
Who knew studying for a test could be so fun?! Miss Zahn’s language arts classes played Jeopardy this week using Factile! Verbs, contractions, and predicates... Oh my! We love when learning can be something the kids enjoy! ♥️
about 1 year ago, Shelby Zahn
Alecia Pulver
Jr/Senior High winter sports pictures are Monday, December 9th. Order on mylifetouch.com with code EVT7SQZ3V.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
Shout out to six of our junior high/high school students! After school, the Pepsi delivery person had a stack of bottled water fall over, sending a great number of bottles to the ground. Stanley students stepped in right away (without being asked) and helped with the clean up! They made short work of the situation and had the delivery back on track in no time.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Alecia Pulver
The online code for the junior/senior high school winter sports photos is EVT7SQZ3V.
about 1 year ago, Alecia Pulver
Mrs. Gorder
Elementary Math Tip: Kids benefit greatly from playing board games! Your child will learn teamwork, patience, and how to win and lose gracefully. Board games can also help with brain and language development. Simple games teach colors, counting, hand-eye movement, following directions, and waiting your turn. As you get older, strategy games help you plan, organize, and make decisions. Sitting down and finishing a board game without interruptions can build attention spans and interpersonal relationships with those who play together. So grab a board game and have some FUN - everyone will benefit!
about 1 year ago, Mrs. Gorder
Jacob Hellman
Today Mr. Hellman’s 4th grade asked Mrs. Lindberg’s Kindergarteners “Do you want to build a snowman?” They said yes of course!
about 1 year ago, Jacob Hellman
Brooks Stafslien
Thursday, December 12th Wrestling Triangular vs Killdeer and Kenmare will start at 5pm. The order will be Stanley vs Killdeer, Killdeer vs Kenmare, and Stanley vs Kenmare. Friday, December 12th BBB opener will be A,B,C games starting at 4:15 at Des Lacs High School, not Burlington.
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Eden Cuypers
Congratulations to our students receiving a character award for Gratitude this month! Thank you for showing your appreciation of others and your things!
about 1 year ago, Eden Cuypers
Stanley FFA
The Ag students enjoyed trying out our new virtual welder yesterday. Thank you to the Stanley Community Foundation Grant that helped us to purchase this equipment to use in our program!
about 1 year ago, Stanley FFA
Erica Klabunde
Mrs. Obert has the yummiest class today. Lefse for the win!! 💗
about 1 year ago, Erica Klabunde
Jasmynn Halvorson
ADULT BLACK LIGHT VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT ON DEC 21. MONEY RAISED WILL GO TOWARDS THE ELEMENTARY PLAYGROUND. CONTACT JASMYNN TO REGISTER A TEAM.
about 1 year ago, Jasmynn Halvorson
Courtney Albertson
Students in Family Consumer Science class calculated the price of classic items found on the Thanksgiving Day dinner table. The National average cost of this year’s feast for 10 is $48.91. Also be on the look out for students showing gratitude with their Give thanks assignment!
about 1 year ago, Courtney Albertson
Kendra Evensvold
Order your 2019-2020 yearbook! Website: https://ybpay.lifetouch.com Yearbook ID Code: 13954220 OR search for Stanley, ND
about 1 year ago, Kendra Evensvold
Courtney Albertson
Alae Aboussad shared all about Morocco culture and cuisine for Foodie Friday! She explained the holidays they celebrate, Geographical location, traditional clothing, Moroccan national anthem, the currency and information about the exchange program that brought her to Stanley!
about 1 year ago, Courtney Albertson
Jacob Hellman
In preparation for Thanksgiving Mr. Hellman’s 4th grade and Mrs. Lindberg’s Kindergarten made turkey hats today. They loved them!
about 1 year ago, Jacob Hellman
Shandi Camino
699!!! We rounded up 699 snack donations to fill our school snack pantry this week. Way to go, Blue Jays! Because no kid should be hungry at school ❤️❤️❤️
about 1 year ago, Shandi Camino
Elementary Library
More students who knew their nonfiction vs fiction were able to “breakout” in the library.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Elementary Library
More second grade students were able to “breakout” in the library.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
SHS is joining the cause! High school students and staff can wear pajamas on Monday for a $1 donation toward the SACK (Stanley Area Cares for Kids) program, which provides food and items to families in need.
about 1 year ago, Stanley Blue Jay Student Council
Brooks Stafslien
Blue Jay boosters are hosting an 11:15 hospitality room at the Fargo Dome tomorrow in room 201. Come grab a bite to eat mingle with our 2019 state qualifying Blue Jays. Also, a special congratulations to Region 8 player of the year Jossi Meyer. Jossi will be recognized for her selection tomorrow and up for nomination for player of the year as well. Go Blue Jays
about 1 year ago, Brooks Stafslien
Erica Klabunde
Elementary students and staff can wear pajamas on Monday for a $1 donation toward the SACK (Stanley Area Cares for Kids) program, which provides food and items to families in need.
about 1 year ago, Erica Klabunde
Sarah Sorenson
Stanley High School got to participate in UND SCRUBS Camp today. They learned about careers in radiology, EMS, Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, Nursing, Physician, Naturopath, Orthopedic Surgery and Optometry. Some of our presenters are Bluejay alumni! Thank you to all of the presenters for sharing their passion for the medical field with our students. Thank you to Kylie Nissan at UND for bringing this to our school. Thank you to Stephanie Olson Everett, Sam Stranger and the Mountrail County Medical Foundation and Medical Center for providing the support to make this happen! And to the SHS staff for their support and help throughout the day!
about 1 year ago, Sarah Sorenson
Erica Klabunde
The elementary staff is turkey hunting today! Ten naughty little turkeys got loose and hid around the building. Whoever finds one gets a bag of goodies! #GrownupsNeedFunToo 🤪
about 1 year ago, Erica Klabunde
Stanley FBLA
Tech Day Participants
about 1 year ago, Stanley FBLA
Elementary Library
2nd graders had to show what they know about nonfiction and fiction in order to “breakout” in the library today.
about 1 year ago, Elementary Library
Stanley FBLA
Congrats to Allyson W. for taking second place in accounting at MSU's Tech Day competition!
about 1 year ago, Stanley FBLA
Elementary Library
5th grade reviewing coding with Code and Go Robot Mouse in tech class