Reminder: No school on Thursday, Oct. 17 and Friday, Oct. 18 due to the MEA (Minnesota Education Convention).
Enjoy the long weekend!
BIG NIGHT FOR WOLVERINES!
CROSS COUNTRY BOYS AND GIRLS TEAMS CONFERENCE CHAMPS!
It was a big night on Tuesday for the Wolverine Cross Country boys and girls team at the Blueberry Pines Golf Course in Menahga where the Conference Meet was held. Here are the highlights from Coach Brunsberg:
WDC Boys and Girls - Conference Champs!
Individual Champs - Bereket Loer and Kira Sweeney
All Conference - Kira Sweeney, Ally Pavek, Amber Collins, Bereket Loer, Nathaniel Bervig, Lucas Hinojos
Conference Coach of the Year (Boys & Girls) - Mike Brunsberg
WDC senior Sean Carlson finishes his career with a Career Personal Record!
park region conference champs
Congratulations to the Lady Wolverines, who beat Sebeka Tuesday night for the Conference Championship!
Here are stats from Coach Sue Volkmann.
Tuesday, October 15
WDC vs. Sebeka WDC wins 3-0
Game scores: 25-19, 25-19, 25-13
Kills - Kennedy Gravelle-20, Maddie Carsten-14, Ashley Lepinski-4, Katelyn Gardner-2, Lauryn Gravelle-2.
Digs - Courtny Warren-22, Hailey Wiederich-11, Maddie Carsten-8, MacKenzie-6, Kennedy Gravelle-3, Katelyn Gardner-2, Laura Krause-1, Ashley Lepinski-1.
Serving - MacKenzie Carsten-21 for 21 with 3 aces, Maddie Carsten-10 for 10 with an ace, Courtny Warren-11 for 11, Laura Krause-8 for 9, Mari Grendahl-2 for 2.
Blocking - Kennedy Gravelle-3, Katelyn Gardner-3, Lauryn Gravelle-2, Ashley Lepinski-1.
Setting Assists-MacKenzie Carsten-39.
SIGN UP FOR GRADES 1-4 ELEMENTARY BOOSTERS
WDC is starting its Elementary Booster Program for students who could benefit from academic and social skills for grades 1-4 on Monday, October 21.
Registration forms are available in the elementary office. It will run Monday and Tuesdays from 3:10-5:10pm. There is bus transportation to bring students home after the program if parents/guardians need it.
WDC students organizing Collection Drive for SOMEPLACE SAFE!
Kennedy and Lauryn Gravelle are taking donations for Someplace Safe for their National Honor Society community-service project.
Personal Hygiene: deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, toothpaste, etc.
Diapers of all sizes, wipes
Cleaning supplies, rags, paper towels
Gently used/new baby clothing and infant items
Students, families and community members who wish to donate can bring items to the purple collection box in the high school office. Money donations are accepted in the high school office too.
Items will be collected throughout the month of October. Thank you for your support!
Someplace Safe works to create safer communities in west-central Minnesota by providing crime victim services.
Someplace Safe is a nonprofit agency offering a myriad of services to victims and survivors of crime, families, and communities in a nine-county region in west-central Minnesota.
Apple Crunch Day worked out well for second-grader, Gage. He took a bite of his yummy apple -- and his front tooth came out!
indoor track hours
School Indoor Track HOURS: M-F: 6am-7:45am and 3:15 to 9pm. Nine times around the track equals 1 mile. The public is invited to enjoy our indoor track, free of charge.
Occasionally, there are times that the track may be closed to the public. We will provide as much advance notice as possible when this occurs. Please bring your walking shoes with you and put them on once you are inside the school. NO ROLLER BLADES, ROLLER SKATES, STROLLERS, SKATEBOARDS or food allowed on the track.