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Congratulations to the 2014 Homecoming Court:

front row (left to right): Paige Reynolds, Josie McCarty, Renee Nehring,
Abigail Blok, and Morgan Wiemann
back row (left to right): Clayton Kahl, Daniel Borkowski, Skylar Iske,
Christian Wilson, Ben Langner
Junior Attendants (not pictured): Vivienne Lange and Keegan Hutchinson

For more pictures of the Homecoming celebrations, please view the Homecoming Tab along the top of the page. 

 




THANK A MILLION TEACHERS

Farmers Insurance has created an easy-to-use website where anyone can thank their favorite teacher: www.thankamillionteachers.com Write a brief essay (less than 1000 words) on why your favorite teacher is deserving of a $2,500 school supplies shopping spree. Then send others (18 years and older) to the site to vote for your nominee. Each valid email may vote once per day. The deadline is October 30, so get your nominations in early and vote often. Let us know when your nomination is complete and we will text and tweet promos to vote for your nominee. 

 

The "Maverick Merchandise" School Store  

The Junior Class is sponsoring a school store with all of your favorite spiritwear items.  The following link will get you to the store where you can customize your items online and have them shipped directly to your house!  We are no longer taking orders at the school, please use the following link:
http://www.mylocker.net/my/shop/mavericks12121241/index.html
 

 

 

 

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Parents Right-To-Know

Sec. 1111 (h) (6)

Parents may receive information on the professional qualifications of their child’s classroom teacher from the school district.  Parents will receive timely notice that their child has been assigned, or has been taught for four or more consecutive weeks by, a teacher who is not highly qualified.  Parents will be informed if their child is placed in a Limited English Proficient program.  Parents will receive information on student’s performance level on each state assessment.   

STUDENT RECORDS ACCESS:

The board recognizes the importance of maintaining student record and preserving their confidentiality.  Student records containing personally identifiable information are kept confidential at collection, storage, disclosures and destruction stages.  The board secretary is the custodian of student records.  Student records may be maintained in the central administration office of administrative office of the student’s attendance center. 

Parents and eligible students will have access to the student’s record during the regular business hours of the school district.