Daily Announcements, April 18, 2024 Mentors/Mentees Will meet today during third hour. Elementary Volleyball The elementary teams play Mott/Regent in Hettinger tonight starting at 4:00. Please dismiss at 2:40 for departure at 2:50. Good luck girls! JH Track and Field Scheduled today in Hazen is cancelled. Baseball The game scheduled for Hettinger today is postponed to a later date. Quote of the Day "A great wind is blowing, and that gives you either imagination or a headache." ~ Catherine the Great
about 16 hours ago, Angie Eberle
Saturday's track meet in Lemmon has been cancelled.
1 day ago, Kirby Cagle
Due to the weather forecast for tomorrow, our baseball game with Heart River has been postponed. A makeup date will be decided.
1 day ago, Kirby Cagle
Daily Announcements, April 17, 2024 Testing Grades 7, 8 and 10 are testing during 1st and 2nd periods today. Cafe Concert Don't forget to reserve your table for the Swing Choir Concert! Call Angie at the school office at 275-8266. Youth Group will meet tonight at 6:30 at the senior center. Quote of the Day "The only limit to our realization of tomorrow will be our doubts of today." ~ Franklin D. Roosevelt
1 day ago, Angie Eberle
BUSINESS EDUCATION TEACHER - Scranton We are seeking a Business Education Teacher for grades 7-12 beginning the 2024-2025 school year. This is a full-time position with excellent benefits which include a full single healthcare policy, personal leave, sick leave, emergency leave, professional leave and 100% of teacher’s retirement (24.5% of salary) paid by the school district. Salary is very competitive and will be based on experience as per our Master contract. The baseline starting salary would equal $43,400.  Please send a resume, letter of interest and other credentials to: Kelly Pierce, Superintendent, P.O. Box 126, Scranton, ND 58653. If you prefer to use e-mail please indicate “Business Applicant” on the subject line and send to kelly.pierce@k12.nd.us   To Apply:  Please sent cover letter, resume, transcripts and three letters of reference to Kelly Pierce, Supt. P.O. Box 126, Scranton, ND  58653 or by email to kelly.pierce@k12.nd.us ( Salary $ $43,400 base ,000 - ,000) (permanent) + Scranton Public School: $43,400 base, increases with experience. District pays 100% of single health and 100% of Teachers Fund for Retirement (TFFR) at 24.5% of salary. Excellent leave and benefits on a beginning package totaling $60,000., Ref: BE001. If you have questions, please contact the Superintendent @ (701) 275-8266. Scranton Public School is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or non-disqualifying handicap in its education programs/activities and provides equal access to designated youth groups and employment practices.
2 days ago, Kelly Pierce
It is that time of the year to start registering for Driver Education. Please refer to the attachments for more information.
3 days ago, Kirby Cagle
Drives ed 1
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This Saturday! You won't want to miss it!
3 days ago, Jennifer Conlon
swing choir poster
Parents of FFA members. State convention letters sent home today along with waiver forms. Due back ASAP. Banquet potluck assignments also posted.
3 days ago, Misty Steeke
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Daily Announcements, April 16, 2024 Track and Field Today's Bowman meet is cancelled. Elementary Volleyball The elementary girls play at the Lemmon Auxiliary Armory tonight starting at 4:30. Please dismiss at 2:10 for departure at 2:20. Good luck girls! Baseball Vs. Shiloh in Hettinger starting at 4:00. Please dismiss at 1:50 for departure at 2:00. Go NightHawks! Congratulations! To the NightHawks' JH track and field participants! Some results from yesterday's meet: 2nd place 400 meter dash, Jaeda Jensen; 3rd place 400 meter dash, Kortney Schauer; 2nd place 200 meter hurdles, Anisha Ketterling; 3rd Place 200 meter hurdles, Acalia Olson; 3rd Place 4x100 girls' relay; and 1st Place high jump, Robert Morris. The meet ended with 35 personal records! Quote of the Day "Let the rain kiss you. Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops. Let the rain sing you a lullaby." ~ Langston Hughes
3 days ago, Angie Eberle
Summer EBT Program In summer 2024, North Dakota will launch Summer EBT, a new grocery benefits program that provides families $120 for each eligible school-aged child to buy groceries when school is out. Summer is a time when many children lose the free and reduced-price meals they get at school, and when households might need a little extra help putting meals on the table. Most families will get these benefits automatically, but some parents will need to apply. The new program is in addition to free meals that kids of all ages can get at summer meal sites in their communities. Most parents or guardians of eligible students will receive an email that provides information about the student's eligibility, how to update address information or how to opt out of the program if they choose. We were not able to get email addresses for every eligible student. Parents or guardians may contact our office if they don’t get an email and want to know if they will receive benefits and/or update their address information. We have a special Summer EBT email address: NDSEBT@nd.gov and the webpage is NDSummerEBT.nd.gov Eligibility: Children are eligible for the program if: · the child attends a school that offers the National School Lunch or School Breakfast Program, and a. the household receives SNAP, FDPIR, or TANF benefits, or b. the household income meets the requirements for free or reduced-price school meals. Many families will get Summer EBT automatically, but some families may need to apply. · If your children don’t meet the eligibility criteria listed above, but you think your household is eligible for Summer EBT, you can apply for Summer EBT by filling out a simple application. The application will be available online at https://ndsummerebt.nd.gov/ on April 24, 2024. How Summer EBT Works: The benefits will be provided on a separate EBT card for each eligible student and can be used to buy groceries. Families will receive $120 per eligible child for the summer. Benefits can be used at authorized retailers, like grocery stores and farmers markets, to purchase healthy foods like fruits, vegetables, meats and other protein sources, whole grains, and dairy. You can find more information about Summer EBT here https://ndsummerebt.nd.gov/
3 days ago, Kelly Pierce
The Track Meet in Bowman scheduled for tomorrow April 16 has been cancelled.
3 days ago, Kirby Cagle
Summer EBT Program Information
3 days ago, Angie Eberle
Summer EBT
Tomorrow's track meet in Bowman has been moved to a 12:00 PM start time. Kids will leave at 10:30.
4 days ago, Kirby Cagle
Daily Announcements, April 15, 2024 Lost and Found From Prom are on the concession stand. Please claim today. JH Track and Field There is a JH meet in Bowman today starting at 2:00. Please dismiss at 12:30 for departure at 12:40. Good luck all! Swing Choir The cafe concert is this Saturday! Call Angie at the school office at 275-8266 if you would like to reserve a table. NHS Applications and letter are due to Mrs. Olson today. Quote of the Day “April rains transform fields from plain, to lovely wildflower-filled terrain.”— Unknown
4 days ago, Angie Eberle
There will be Junior High track meet today in Bowman, athletes will be dismissed at 12:30 to depart at 12:40.
4 days ago, Kirby Cagle
5 days ago, Kari Lei Valloff
Daily Announcement, April 12, 2024 Congratulations! To the baseball team on the win! Prom Is tomorrow! Doors unlock at 7:45 with Grand March at 8:00. Track and Field The JH will compete in Baker today starting at 2:00. These athletes will eat at 11:50 and depart at 12:15. Good luck track and field stars! Winter Sports Banquet The Hettinger/Scranton Nighthawks will be having their winter sports banquet Sunday, April 14, at 5:30 in the Roberts-Reinke gymnasium in Hettinger to celebrate the accomplishments of the boys' basketball, girls' basketball, and wrestling athletes and teams. The Nighthawks Booster Club will be providing the main meal but are asking each family to bring their own beverage. We cannot wait for a fun night of celebrating our athletes! NHS Applications and letter are due to Mrs. Olson by Monday. Quote of the Day "Winter’s done, and April’s in the skies. Earth, look up with laughter in your eyes!" ― Charles G.D. Roberts
7 days ago, Angie Eberle
March 2024, Official Minutes
8 days ago, Angie Eberle
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Daily Announcements, April 11, 2024 Baseball The NightHawks travel to Beulah today with game time of 3:30. Please dismiss at 10:50 for departure at 11:00. Good luck guys! Honor Society Applications and letter are due to Mrs. Olson by Monday, April 15. State Science Fair Awards Mr. Roemmich received the list of awards from the state science fair: 2024 ND State Science Fair awards 2nd Finalist and International Science and Engineering Fair Qualifier: Aidyn Fisher, Scranton School District, "The Effect of Different Airfoils on Wind Turbine Energy Production" Xcel Energy Project Related to Energy or Electricity 3 Winners: Senior Division: Monetary Award of $25 And a Certificate Aidyn Fisher, Scranton School District, "The Effect of Different Airfoils on Wind Turbine Energy Production" Enerplus Project Related to Energy 1 Winner: Senior Division: Monetary Award of $500, A Water Bottle, A Backpack and a Certificate Aidyn Fisher, Scranton School District, "The Effect of Different Airfoils on Wind Turbine Energy Production" Department of Mechanical Engineering Project in Mechanical Engineering 1 Winner: Senior Division: Monetary Award of $75 And a Certificate Aidyn Fisher, Scranton School District, "The Effect of Different Airfoils on Wind Turbine Energy Production Ricoh Corporation Project Related to Environmentally Friendly Businesses 1 Winner: Senior Division: Certificate Aidyn Fisher, Scranton School District, "The Effect of Different Airfoils on Wind Turbine Energy Production Southwest Central Region 5th Place: Layla Krinke, Scranton School District, "Water pH Levels Affecting Yeast Fermentation in Bread." NDSSEF Association Project in Biochemistry 1 Winner: Junior Division: Monetary Award of $50 And a Certificate Layla Krinke, Scranton School District, "Water pH Levels Affecting Yeast Fermentation in Bread." NDSSEF Association Project Related to Human Nutrition or Food Science 2 Winners: Junior Division: Monetary Award of $25 And a Certificate Layla Krinke, Scranton School District, "Water pH Levels Affecting Yeast Fermentation in Bread" Acalia Olson, Scranton School District, "To Drink or Not to Drink." Department of Biomedical Sciences Project in Medical or Health Sciences 1 Winner: Junior Division: Monetary Award of $125 And a Certificate Layla Krinke, Scranton School District, "Water pH Levels Affecting Yeast Fermentation in Bread." North Dakota Pharmacists Association Project in Field of Pharmacology 1 Winner: Junior Division: Monetary Award of $75 And a Certificate Acalia Olson, Scranton School District, "To Drink or Not to Drink" Well done, students! National 8-Track Tape Day Who remembers the sweet frustration of the 8-track tape getting stuck in the player?
8 days ago, Angie Eberle
Get your copy of the 2023-2024 Yearbook!
8 days ago, Emily Erickson
Yearbook Poster
Yearbook Order Form