DRHS School Announcements:

Dell Rapids High School Announcements:Quarriers

Thursday, October 30th
• Ms. Ruesink is out ALL day today!
• Lunch:  a-Tator Tot Hot Dish;   b-Hot Dog;   c-Taco Salad

  • Chess club – The chess club is open to all students’ grades 8-12. Join us every Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Huska’s room.
  • Any junior or senior students interested in being a legislative page should see Mrs. Ruesink for more information. Registration deadline is Friday, November 14th.
  • Any junior/senior students interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on November 4th should stop in and see Mrs. Ruesink to get registered.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by TOMORROW.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Student Council Meeting TOMORROW over lunch in the Spanish Room.
  • STUDENTS: The STAFF parking lot (Northwest side of school) is only for STAFF if you do not have a STAFF permit please DO NOT PARK in the lot, parking without a permit can result in detention time assigned! Thanks!!
  • REMINDER TO SENIORS—Deadline to submit your yearbook/ composite & baby pictures to drhsnews@gmail.com is Nov 21st.   Also, stop in the office to fill out diploma information.
  • Attention Cross Country Runners:  Please turn in your clean uniforms to Coach Hegge.
  • The South Dakota Air National Guard is hosting a Career Day on October 29th from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM for students and parents.  This will include a base tour, jet take-off, lunch, and informational sessions to learn more about career opportunities and generous benefits the Air National Guard has to offer. See Mrs. Ruesink for more information.
  • OPPORTUNITY for Juniors and Seniors—the EmPOWER Youth Leadership Program—for more information please stop in the office.
  • There will be an Art club meeting TOMORROW at 8:15 in the art room. All members please attend.
  • An admissions representative from the following institutions will be here next week:
    Mitchell Technical Institute on Monday, November 3rd at 1:45
    Northern State University on Tuesday, November 4th at 10:30
  • The time has come to register for spring dual credit courses! Technical Institutes courses open on November 1st.  BOR (4-year college) courses open November 17th.  If you would like more information on Dual Credit courses and this opportunity to earn college / technical school credit at a greatly reduced price, please see Mrs. Kludt ASAP.
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week (Oct 27-Oct 31) is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week with students at the elementary school, the middle school, and St. Mary’s.
    Next week’s activities will include dress-up days.
    ·         TODAY – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • In addition to Red Ribbon Week activities, students can take part in a contest to try to win an iPad for themselves and $1000 for their school.  Students and families decorate their home’s front door, mailbox or fence with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, “Love Yourself. Be Drug Free.”  Take a picture with the decoration and upload it to the following site: RedRibbon.org/contest from Oct. 1-Nov. 4!  You must be 18 years or older to upload the photo.  Ask friends and family to vote for your photo beginning Nov. 5.  Eleven winners will be announced December 5th!
  • Good Luck to the volleyball team as they host Dakota Valley tonight starting @ 5pm.  **Senior Recognition Night for VB, XC & Golf.**
  • Good Luck to the All State Chorus members as they rehearse tomorrow and perform Saturday at the Sioux Falls Arena starting at 7pm.
  • **Junior football parents will be serving a meal to all football players, coaches, statisticians, and cheerleaders on Sunday, November 2nd at approximately 5:45/6:00pm (after practice) in the middle school commons.  Go Quarriers!!

 

 

Wednesday, October 29th
• Happy Birthday to Anna Schmit!!
• Lunch:  a-Italian Dunkers w/ Marinara Sauce;   b-BBQ Rib Sandwich;   c-Sub Sandwich

  • Chess club – The chess club is open to all students’ grades 8-12. Join us every Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Huska’s room.
  • Any junior or senior students interested in being a legislative page should see Mrs. Ruesink for more information. Registration deadline is Friday, November 14th.
  • Any junior/senior students interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on November 4th should stop in and see Mrs. Ruesink to get registered.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by Friday, Oct. 31.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Student Council Meeting on Friday over lunch in the Spanish Room.
  • STUDENTS: The STAFF parking lot (Northwest side of school) is only for STAFF if you do not have a STAFF permit please DO NOT PARK in the lot, parking without a permit can result in detention time assigned! Thanks!!
  • REMINDER TO SENIORS—Deadline to submit your yearbook/ composite & baby pictures to drhsnews@gmail.com is Nov 21st.   Also, stop in the office to fill out diploma information.
  • Attention Cross Country Runners:  Please turn in your clean uniforms to Coach Hegge.
  • The South Dakota Air National Guard is hosting a Career Day on October 29th from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM for students and parents.  This will include a base tour, jet take-off, lunch, and informational sessions to learn more about career opportunities and generous benefits the Air National Guard has to offer. See Mrs. Ruesink for more information.
  • Quiz Bowl team will meet TODAY DURING LUNCH in Mrs. Gleason’s room.
  • OPPORTUNITY for Juniors and Seniors—the EmPOWER Youth Leadership Program—for more information please stop in the office.
  • The time has come to register for spring dual credit courses! Technical Institutes courses open on November 1st.  BOR (4-year college) courses open November 17th.  If you would like more information on Dual Credit courses and this opportunity to earn college / technical school credit at a greatly reduced price, please see Mrs. Kludt ASAP.
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week (Oct 27-Oct 31) is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week with students at the elementary school, the middle school, and St. Mary’s.
    Next week’s activities will include dress-up days.
    ·         TODAY – “Drugs Turn You Inside Out” – Wear your clothes inside out!
    ·         Thursday – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • In addition to Red Ribbon Week activities, students can take part in a contest to try to win an iPad for themselves and $1000 for their school.  Students and families decorate their home’s front door, mailbox or fence with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, “Love Yourself. Be Drug Free.”  Take a picture with the decoration and upload it to the following site: RedRibbon.org/contest from Oct. 1-Nov. 4!  You must be 18 years or older to upload the photo.  Ask friends and family to vote for your photo beginning Nov. 5.  Eleven winners will be announced December 5th!

 

 

Tuesday, October 28th
• Happy Belated Birthday to Noah C.!
• Happy Birthday to Cole V. & Anthony M.!!
• Lunch:  a-Super Nachos;   b-Baked Breaded Fish;   c-Oriental Salad

  • Chess club – The chess club is open to all students’ grades 8-12. Join us every Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Huska’s room.
  • Any junior or senior students interested in being a legislative page should see Mrs. Ruesink for more information. Registration deadline is Friday, November 14th.
  • Any junior/senior students interested in taking the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) on November 4th should stop in and see Mrs. Ruesink to get registered.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by Friday, Oct. 31.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Student Council Meeting on Friday over lunch in the Spanish Room.
  • An admissions representative from Dakota Wesleyan University will be in Mrs. Ruesink’s office today at 1:45
  • STUDENTS: The STAFF parking lot (Northwest side of school) is only for STAFF if you do not have a STAFF permit please DO NOT PARK in the lot, parking without a permit can result in detention time assigned! Thanks!!
  • REMINDER TO SENIORS—Deadline to submit your yearbook/ composite & baby pictures to drhsnews@gmail.com is Nov 21st.   Also, stop in the office to fill out diploma information.
  • Attention Cross Country Runners:  Please turn in your clean uniforms to Coach Hegge.
  • The South Dakota Air National Guard is hosting a Career Day on October 29th from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM for students and parents.  This will include a base tour, jet take-off, lunch, and informational sessions to learn more about career opportunities and generous benefits the Air National Guard has to offer. See Mrs. Ruesink for more information.
  • Quiz Bowl team will meet TOMORROW DURING LUNCH in Mrs. Gleason’s room.
  • OPPORTUNITY for Juniors and Seniors—the EmPOWER Youth Leadership Program—for more information please stop in the office.
  • The time has come to register for spring dual credit courses! Technical Institutes courses open on November 1st.  BOR (4-year college) courses open November 17th.  If you would like more information on Dual Credit courses and this opportunity to earn college / technical school credit at a greatly reduced price, please see Mrs. Kludt ASAP.
  • JUNIORS!!! We need people to sign up for concessions for the three playoff games in the next two weeks.  If we don’t get enough juniors to sign up by tomorrow then it will be given to another group and the money will be lost for prom.  Please see Mr. Brisbois or Wendy to sign up.
  • Good Luck to the football team as they host the first round of playoffs tonight vs. Sisseton @ 7pm.  NO PASSES will be accepted.  Cost is $7.00 for adults and $5.00 for students.  GO QUARRIERS!!
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week (Oct 27-Oct 31) is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week with students at the elementary school, the middle school, and St. Mary’s.
    Next week’s activities will include dress-up days.
    ·         TODAY – “Team Up Against Drugs” – Wear Quarrier clothes!
    ·         Wednesday – “Drugs Turn You Inside Out” – Wear your clothes inside out!
    ·         Thursday – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • In addition to Red Ribbon Week activities, students can take part in a contest to try to win an iPad for themselves and $1000 for their school.  Students and families decorate their home’s front door, mailbox or fence with a double-looped red ribbon and the theme, “Love Yourself. Be Drug Free.”  Take a picture with the decoration and upload it to the following site: RedRibbon.org/contest from Oct. 1-Nov. 4!  You must be 18 years or older to upload the photo.  Ask friends and family to vote for your photo beginning Nov. 5.  Eleven winners will be announced December 5th!

Dell Rapids MIDDLE SCHOOL Announcements

Dell Rapids Middle School Announcements:Quarriers

Thursday, October 30th
Lunch today will be choices of:    Tater Tot Hot Dish, Hot Dog or Taco Salad

  • Attention 7th and 8th grade girls:  If you are interested in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  • Attention 7th grade students:  If you are interested in reading announcements this quarter, please sign up in the office.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by Friday, Oct. 31.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated with students at the elementary, middle and high school as well as at St. Mary’s.  The week’s activities will include dress-up days:
    ·         TODAY – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • Red ribbons were handed out this week – students are asked to wear the ribbons all week long. Prizes will be given throughout the week to students who are “caught wearing their red ribbons.”

 

 

Wednesday, October 29th
Lunch today will be choices of:    Italian Dunkers with Marinara Sauce, BBQ Rib Sandwich or Sub Sandwich

  • Attention 7th and 8th grade girls:  If you are interesting in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  • Attention 7th grade students:  If you are interested in reading announcements this quarter, please sign up in the office.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by Friday, Oct. 31.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated with students at the elementary, middle and high school as well as at St. Mary’s.  The week’s activities will include dress-up days:
    ·         TODAY – “Drugs Turn You Inside Out” – Wear your clothes inside out!
    ·         Thursday – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • High school students will be in the MS commons Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings before school with Red Ribbon pledges. All MS students are encouraged to sign a pledge if they are committed to loving themselves by staying healthy & drug free.

 

 

Tuesday, October 28th
• Happy Birthday to Mitchell G.!
Lunch today will be choices of:    Nachos, Baked Breaded Fish Sandwich or Oriental Salad

  • ***Student flu shot clinic is today.  Nurse Jill will call students when it is your turn.
  • Attention 5th and 6th grade band students:  No band lessons with Ms. Ostraat today.
  • Attention 7th and 8th grade girls:  If you are interesting in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  • The DRMS Quiz Bowl team started its season off with a bang yesterday in Sioux Falls at the Greater Sioux Falls Area Home School Association competition.  Competing against 26 talented teams from the region, both Dell Rapids teams finished in the top 8 of the competition!  Dell Rapids #2 finished the competition with 96 total points, which was good for 2nd place overall, and Dell Rapids #1 finished with 79 total points, which was good for 8th place.  Great job Quiz Bowlers!  Our next competition is Nov. 7 at Canton.
  • Good Luck to the football team as they host the first round of playoffs tonight vs. Sisseton @ 7pm.  NO PASSES will be accepted.  Cost is $7.00 for adults and $5.00 for students.
  • Do you have any shoes that you no longer wear that are gently used?  If so, consider donating them to the project, “Shoes for the Shoeless.”  They will be distributed to those in need in the Sioux Falls area.  Bring them to your homeroom teacher or the FACS room by Friday, Oct. 31.  For more information please check the posters that are around the school.
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated with students at the elementary, middle and high school as well as at St. Mary’s.  The week’s activities will include dress-up days:
    ·         TODAY – “Team Up Against Drugs” – Wear Quarrier clothes!
    ·         Wednesday – “Drugs Turn You Inside Out” – Wear your clothes inside out!
    ·         Thursday – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • High school students will be in the MS commons Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings before school with Red Ribbon pledges. All MS students are encouraged to sign a pledge if they are committed to loving themselves by staying healthy & drug free.
  • Red ribbons were handed out this morning- students are asked to wear the ribbons all week long. Prizes will be given throughout the week to students who are “caught wearing their red ribbons.”

 

 

Monday, October 27th
Lunch today will be choices of:    Orange Chicken, Cheeseburger or Sub Sandwich

  • ***Student flu shot clinic is scheduled for tomorrow.
  • Attention Cross Country Runners:  Please turn in your clean uniforms to Coach Hegge.
  • Attention 7th and 8th grade girls:  If you are interesting in playing basketball this year, please sign up in the office.
  • Congratulations to the State Cross Country runners on a great performance in Huron on Saturday!
  • Good Luck to the Oral Interp students as they travel to Sioux Falls Washington HS today for a meet.  Dismiss students at 1:15 for a 1:30pm bus time, meet starts at 3pm
  • Good Luck to the DRMS Quiz Bowl teams as they travel to Sioux Falls today.  Dismiss students at 2:40 for a 2:45 bus time.  Event starts at 4pm.
  • Good Luck to the volleyball team as they travel to Beresford today.  C game starts at 5pm with JV and Varsity to follow.
  • The 6th grade volleyball team lit the Chester gym on fire on Saturday at their end of season tournament.  Dells had two teams participate.  Dells 1 ended pool play with a 4-4 record.  Their final game was a barn burner, finding the score tied with their opponent 20-20.  No 2-point win rule in this tournament during pool play.  It looked like Dells was going to lose that final point but one of our players dove from out of nowhere to save the ball from hitting the ground and send it flying over the net, scoring the winning point.  So exciting!!!
  • Dells 2 saw their pool play end with a 6-2 record, which qualified them to play in the Gold Division bracket, which were the top four teams out of 21 total.  They were pitted against the Flandreau Fliers in the semi-finals and took the win 2 games to 0.  That sent them into the finals against Colman-Egan.  Holy Buckets that was a fun match to watch.  After leading in Game 1, our team lost 25-23.  Game 2 went our way with a score of 25-17.  Game 3 was a close game, which we led 13-10, but lost the heartbreaker 15-13.    Therefore, we took second place out of 21 teams.  Way to go, Girls!
  • Each year, Red Ribbon Week is held to commemorate the death of Kiki Camarena, a United States DEA Agent who was tortured and killed in Mexico while working in the fight against drugs. Now students, teachers, and families across America participate in this annual awareness campaign.  Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated with students at the elementary, middle and high school as well as at St. Mary’s.  The week’s activities will include dress-up days:
    ·         TODAY – “Sock It To Drugs” – Wear crazy socks!
    ·         Tuesday – “Team Up Against Drugs” – Wear Quarrier clothes!
    ·         Wednesday – “Drugs Turn You Inside Out” – Wear your clothes inside out!
    ·         Thursday – “Be All You Can Be” – Wear camo!
    ·         Friday – “Color My World Drug Free” – Wear red!
  • High school students will be in the MS commons Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings before school with Red Ribbon pledges. All MS students are encouraged to sign a pledge if they are committed to loving themselves by staying healthy & drug free.

Dell Rapids School District Early Childhood Screenings

The Dell Rapids School District will be offering free developmental screenings for children ages birth through five that live within the school district boundaries.  Even if your child has been screened in the past, you are welcome to attend again.  The screenings will be held on Monday, October 20th, and Monday, October 27th at the Dell Rapids Elementary School.  Registration for the screenings can be done at http://www.dr-k12.org/special/childhood_screening.

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Homecoming Royalties

The Dell Rapids and Dell Rapids St Mary Homecoming Royalties have been announced for the 2014 Homecoming.  This year’s Homecoming for both schools will be the week of September 29th – Oct 3rd.

Dell Rapids St Mary Homecoming Royalty:

  • Brandi Wolles
  • Claudia Schwebach
  • Ally Mullaney
  • Wes Heinricy
  • Noel Hansen
  • Mitch Brown

**Coronation will be held on Monday, September 29th, at 7:00 p.m.

Dell Rapids Homecoming Royalty:

  • Taylor Brown
  • Meg Dearduff
  • Baily Munk
  • Jessica Tisher
  • Adam Karst
  • Tanner Ljunggren
  • Riley Schmidt
  • Andrew Wiebenga

**Coronation on Monday, September 29th will be changed from 7:30pm to 8:00pm.  Please share that time change with your family and friends. 

Dell Rapids School Registration and Open House

Quarrier LogoDell Rapids Public Schools will be holding registrations starting on Monday, August 11th, and will continue on Tuesday, August 12th.  The Senior class registration will be on Monday from 9:oo a.m. until 12:00 p.m.  The Junior class registration will also be on Monday from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.  A mandatory Parent/Student meeting for fall sport participants in grades 7-12 will also be held on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gym.

Registration will continue on Tuesday with elementary student registration at the elementary school from 7:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  Sophomore class registration will be held from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.  5th grade registration will also be held from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at the middle school.  Freshman registration will run from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m at the high school while grades 6-8 registration will be held from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the middle school.

Open houses for Dell Rapids public will take place on Tuesday, August 26th.  The elementary school open house will be from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.  The 5th grade open house will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the high school gym.  Open house for grades 6-8 will be held in the home room classrooms also from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on August 26th.

The first day of school is Wednesday, August 27th.

Complete school supply lists can be found by clicking the links:

2014 Minnehaha Funeral Home Scholarship

Since 2013 the Minnehaha Funeral Home, of Baltic, Colton, Dell Rapids, and Garretson, South Dakota, has awarded a $500 scholarship to one graduating high school senior from each of the high schools in our area. Minnehaha Funeral Home has always prided itself in its community involvement, and these scholarships will continue that focus. In addition to academic information, applicants were asked to submit an essay on how ethics and morals impacted their daily life. Recipients were chosen by a five person committee made up from the funeral home’s board of directors. We are pleased to announce that the 2014 recipients of the Minnehaha Funeral Home Scholarship of:

  • Baltic High School-Shi Almont
  • Chester Area High School-Adam Anderson
  • Dell Rapids High School-Michael Mitchell
  • Dell Rapids St. Mary High School-Kiley Reecy
  • Garretson High School-Conner Blosmo
  • Tri-Valley High School-Clark Haugen

Dell Rapids National Honor Society Awards Banquet

Dell Rapids High School held its National Honor Society Awards Banquet on Monday, May 12th, at the Dell Rapids Lutheran Church.

Below are the list of winners:

  • Bausch & Lomb Science Award—Jessica Tisher
  • George Eastman Young Leadership Award—Sarah Haak
  • Frederick Douglas Susan B. Anthony Award—Melanie Wilke
  • Trent Area Scholarship—Madie Vietor, Ben Hinricher, and Jacob Huewe
  • American Legion Scholarship—Tia McKillip
  • Minnehaha Funeral Home Scholarship—Michael Mitchell
  • David Schmidt Memorial Scholarship—Sheridan Skinner
  • Golden West Scholarship—Tia McKillip
  • Dan Daugaard Scholarship—Jackson Gleason
  • DREA Scholarship—Mallory Luke & Jacob Habeger
  • PEO Scholarship—Lexi Snyder
  • DR Lions Club Scholarship—Lexi Snyder
  • Jerry Hoftiezer Memorial Scholarship—Michael Mitchell & Ben Hinricher
  • DR Forward Youth Scholarship—Victoria Murphy & Lexi Snyder
  • Jeremy Baum “Hope” Scholarship—Alexis Damm
  • Wyatt Ammon Scholarship—Brock Reinhiller
  • Regina Evans “Grandma” Scholarship—Jonathan DeNoon
  • Gloria Beck Scholarship—Tia McKillip
  • Woody Yaroch Memorial Scholarship—Taiven Logan
  • Bernice & Henry Speh Scholarship—Kenaniah Swenson & Zane Schumacher
  • John Solem Scholarship—Tia McKillip, Jonathan DeNoon, Matthew DeNoon & Lexi Snyder

National Honor Society Awards—

  • NHS Teacher of the Year—Jann Saxon
  • NHS Friend of Education—LuAnn Heidebrink

Sports Recognition & Awards Night Awards:

  • Ron Berg—FB Jacob Habeger & Cody Nielsen
  •                     WR Austin Eulberg & Brock Reinhiller
  • WR State Champion: Leon Maxwell
  • Zach Leighton “Believe” Scholarship-Cody Nielsen, Andy Scherff, Zach Schroeder, & Mikaela Adams
  • Michael Entringer Scholarship—Cody Nielsen & Michael Mitchell
  • Scholar Athletes: Lexi Snyder & Cody Nielsen
  • Quarrier Athlete of the Year: Michaela Stofferahn & Zach Schroeder

Booster of the Year—Kevin & Jeanine Schnieders

Dell Rapids Finish 3rd at One-Act Play Regions

The Dell Rapids one-act play cast earned a 3rd place finish at the Region 3A competition held in Brandon on Thursday, January 30th.  Outstanding acting awards were earned by by Taiven Logan and Michael Mitchell with a three-for-three sweep from the judges.  Alec Riswold also earned an outstanding actor award from two out of the three judges.  Jessica Tisher earned a nomination from one judge.

Dell Rapids Connections

“Connections for a Healthy Community”

Dell Rapids Connections is a group of community partners including the Dell Rapids Public School, Dell Rapids St Mary School, the Dell Rapids Ministerial Association, and community members.  The mission is “connecting families to community resources.”

Dell Rapids Connections seeks to:

  • Empower families to make healthy decisions
  • Enhance awareness of community resources
  • Provide education and support to families
  • Provide opportunities to improve/foster healthy relationships

Upcoming September and October Events:

September 4th

  • Restoration Generation
  • Dell Rapids Public and Dell Rapids St Mary MS/HS School Assembly and Evening Community Concert

September 10th

  • National Suicide Awareness Day

September Teaching Staff Goal:  Assist Suicide Prevention Training

October 20th – 4:00 to 6:30 p.m.

  • “To Save a Life” movie at Old 77 – Parent viewing

October 23rd – 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

  • “To Save a Life” movie at Old 77 – 7th through 12th grade viewing