Hinckley-Finlayson Schools – ISD 2165 March 2018

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           The Jr High Speech season came to an end on February 1 at  HFHS at the Two Rivers Jr High Conference Meet. We had 4 speakers that did very well. Makenzee Bridges placed 6th overall  in Prose, Maddie Dutcher and Brooke Bjerke placed 1st in  Dramatic Duo. Jezzlyn Ringler (not pictured) placed 2nd in Ext Speaking. There were a total of 8 schools with 89 speakers  competing in 12 different categories. Our Senior High season starts on Feb 10 and runs through April 16th. It is not too late to  join speech. See Mrs. Hodena with any questions.  

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Jaguar Pride Annie France, Sandra Korf, and Brian Masterson for presenting, at the School Board Conference/ Minnesota Secondary Principals conference, and Indian Education Conference, on the Ninth Grade Academy. Jill Hopkins and Brigitte Fritz for Pennies for Patients work. Shawn Brigan for arranging Coaches vs Cancer game and fundraiser. FCCLA members Allie Miller, Katelyn France, Kristina Johnson, Ashley Golly, Jezzalyn Ringler for advancing to State. FCCLA members Ann Holmes and Jezzalyn Ringler for earning Region Merit Award. Bruce and Nancy Pogatchnik for $1,000.00 matching donation to Collecting for the Cure (formerly Pennies for Patients). Bruce and Nancy Pogatchnik for $500.00 donation to Angel Fund. Randy Hickle and Tobie’s Restaurant for $250.00 donation to Robotics team. Thank you to the Hinckley Lions Club for their donation of monies that went towards purchasing books for Book Bingo on January 29th at Hinckley Elementary. We had a great crowd and every student went home a book to read. Regional Science Fair Award Winners: Katelyn France, Edward Roubinek, Madelyn Dutcher, Jacob Perrotti, Sally Nelson, Jacob France, Allyce Mulder, Aryanna Puetz, Jenna Bina, Hailey Bue, Hannah Davis, Josey Olson, Brooke Golly, Kristina Johnson, Dylan Miller, Rebecca Matson, Isaiah Brindamour, and Haley Risley. Congratulations! Jill Hopkins for organizing book bingo. Jeff Wilson for serving as bingo caller. Volunteer Honors Society students Annika Maser, Haley Risley, and Katelyn France. Anonymous donation of $200 to the angel fund feeding students.

Char Hart with her new Jeff Wilson haircut. Char volunteered to cut her hair if HES could meet their goal fundraising for Pennies for Patients. HES raised $4360.03. (HS raised $1829.60) during the campaign. All proceeds are sent to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Minnesota.


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

Principal’s Post – High School


A Thousand Cranes placed 3 at Subsection Region 5A One-Act Play Competition. Hinckley - Finlayson High School Highlights: Mid-quarters have been given out at conferences. If you did not make it to conferences, they will be sent home with your students. These mid-quarters are a good way to see the progress so far for the quarter and they also allow you to know what the students should be working for the last part of the quarter. Please call the high school office if you have questions. Our next round of MAP testing happens in April - after MCA testing is finished. These tests give us a lot of valuable data that help us make decisions on class placement for the next school year. The tests also give us a predictor to how the students may do on the MCA tests later in the school year. The state required MCA testing will start right away in April. This will be a busy month in the HS but again, these tests will give the teachers and the school valuable data to see where our students are and to help us program for the upcoming school year. Spring sports are right around the corner. Softball and Track begin on March 12th. Baseball and Golf begin on March 19th. Please call Mrs. Scullard if you need any guidance on getting students started with sports. Some other dates to be aware of: February 27th: March 1st: March 2nd: March 5th: March 6th: March 12th: March 14th: March 19th: March 23rd: March 27th: March 28th: March 29th and 30th: April 2nd:

Conferences 4pm-8pm Conferences 4pm-8pm No School No School NHS Banquet 6pm Band Concert 7:30pm Early Release Choir Concert 7:30pm JH Dance 7-10pm End of Qtr 3 Qtr 4 begins No School No School

As always, if there are any questions, comments, or concerns, please let me know. Go Jags! Brian Masterson Principal HFHS (320) 384 – 6132 [email protected]


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

Principal’s Post –Elementary Schools Spring is just around the corner, which means we have many activities coming up. The sixth graders are now preparing for their weeklong trip to the Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center. This is an opportunity for these students to experience different activities and team building skills. The students have worked hard at raising money to attend Wolf Ridge. We thank you for your support. Please make sure you are visiting the webpage frequently. We have a variety of activities taking place, such as: music programs, all school celebrations, and many other events at the elementary schools. Spring is a busy time of the year for us. If you ever have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at school. Educating your child must be a partnership between home and school for it to be successful. We always look forward to working with you and your children. Sincerely, Jeff Wilson, Elementary Principal 320-384-6443 or 320-233-7611 [email protected]


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

Superintendent’s Post After several meetings our facilities committee has recommended our schematic drawings. The Hinckley Elementary will have the early childhood rooms at the front of the school and our media/STEM area at the east end of the school. The High school will have all new construction at the south east corner of the school. There will be a more secure entrance that will serve as community education/fitness, high school office, Fine Arts, and sports entrance. Our architect reports that the limited amount of remodel will benefit us in both timeline and budget. Over the next few meetings we will be tackling a few projects. First, we will review plans for the kitchens. We will also begin making decisions on layout of rooms for our new construction. During March we will begin making plans for new exterior doors, roofs, and tuck pointing. The citizen advisory committee is working well and giving great feedback. If you are interested in attending a meeting, check Facebook for specific dates. Meetings are typically every other Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. at HFHS in Room 107 (the board room). Rob Prater Superintendent 320-384-6277 [email protected]


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

Download the RSchoolToday App to your phone. In the app store it’s called Activities Scheduler. This will allow you to pull up our activities calendar with a single touch.

High School – March 2018 Friday, March 2: No School 5:45 p.m. BBB (V, JV, C) vs Pine City @ Pine City HS

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Saturday, March 3: State Wrestling Tournament Monday, March 5: No School Wednesday, March 7: State Hockey Tournament

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Thursday, March 8: State Hockey Tournament Friday, March 9: State Hockey Tournament Saturday, March 10: State Hockey Tournament

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Monday, March 12: 7:30 p.m. Grades 7-12 Band Concert Ostrand Fine Arts Center Tuesday, March 13: State Girls Basketball Tournament Wednesday, March 14: Early Release State Girls Basketball Tournament Thursday, March 15: State Girls Basketball Tournament Friday, March 16: State Girls Basketball Tournament Saturday, March 17: State Girls Basketball Tournament Monday, March 19: 7:30 p.m. Grades 7-12 Choir Concert Ostrand Fine Arts Center Wednesday, March 21: State Boys Basketball Tournament Thursday, March 22: State Boys Basketball Tournament Friday, March 23: State Boys Basketball Tournament


Saturday, March 24: State Boys Basketball Tournament 10:00 a.m. Track (V) vs Braham @ Foley Thursday, March 29 – Monday, April 2: No School (Spring Break)

Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

COMMUNITY EDUCATION Adult Basic Education Classes & GED Preparation Brad Jensen See more information on ALP/GED Page. Learn basic computer skills. Prepare for your GED (High School Equivalency diploma). Brush up for college (math, writing, reading and spelling). Dates: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdays (During School Year) Place: Empowered Learning Center (next to Post office, use East door by parking lot.) Time: 3:30pm -5:30 pm Cost: FREE

MHSRC 55+ Driver Improvement Class - Refresher Course Gene Carlson - MN Hwy Safety Center instructor For those that are 55 years and over and have taken the initial class before. The class will explore changes in laws, the latest vehicle technology, and provide you with easy-to-use defensive driving tips. In addition, we will explore traffic safety and accident prevention. The classroom course allows for a 10% reduction in your insurance rate (check with your local insurance agent). Please pre-register at least one week prior. The local insurance office does provide refreshments and door prizes. Date: Time: Place: Cost:

Thursday, March 15, 2018 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm or 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm HFHS Room 107 $22.00, please preregister at least one week prior.

Basic Estate Planning Instructor: Melissa A Weinrich, FIC, Financial Associate of Thrivent Financial Discuss common estate planning needs. Outlines a 6 step process for estate planning. Illustrate foundational requirements such as wills and trusts, basic strategies such as gifting and family trusts, and advanced strategies like charitable trusts. Explanation of trusts their advantages. Date: Time: Place: Cost:

Thursday, March 8 6:00-7:30 pm HFHS Room 107 FREE, please call/email to preregister.

Science Explorers’ Emergency Room 101 (Grades K-6) In the Emergency Room, you will become a student doctor as you learn about the human body and basic first aid through plenty of hands on activities. You will participate in mock emergency situations, create a basic first aid kit, plus learn the importance of mucus and other gross stuff that your body produces to keep you healthy. Date: Time: Place: Cost:

Friday, March 2, 2018 (No School Day) 9:30 a.m. - Noon HFHS 147 $22, preregister by Feb 22


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

COMMUNITY EDUCATION Medicare 101 LaVonne Sorenson, Senior Outreach Specialist Are you new to Medicare? Overwhelmed about the thought of turning 65 and having to sort through the confusion of enrollment, supplements, advantage plans, part d, etc? Or have you been on Medicare for some time and still have questions? The Senior Link Line can help you. Refreshments will be provided. Please preregister so we can plan for materials. Date: Time: Place: Cost:

Wednesday, March 21 or Wednesday, May 16 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Hinckley-Finlayson High School Room 107 FREE pre-register by calling Community Ed 320-384-7325 or Senior Linkage Line at 800-333-2433

Walk the Hallways

Yoga (Ages 14 & Up) Charrie VanVleet

The hallways of the HFHS are available to walkers for FREE. You must stop by or call Community Ed at (320-384-7325) to be put on the walker list. There is no walking on the days when school isn’t in session. If interested in walking at the Finlayson Elementary in the morning before school, please contact Jill at 320-233-7611. Date: Time: Place: Cost:

Monday-Friday 3:30 pm – 9:00 pm HFHS Hallways or Finlayson Elementary FREE

Cardio Kickboxing

Learn yoga in a fun and relaxing setting. Whether you are a beginner or have experience with yoga, you will build flexibility, balance and concentration. Come learn various yoga poses. Bring a yoga mat or blanket and wear comfortable clothing. Enter in the Pool entrance (south side of the school). Date: Time: Place: Cost:

March12,19,26 / April 9,16,23 (No Class April 2) 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm HFHS Media Center $44 for the session

Open Gym

Maggie Robbins & Corrilla Clark Get motivated and in shape! Trim and tone while doing something fun! There is a one-time fee of $15 for wrist wraps. Check out their Facebook page for more information. www.facebook.com/HinckleyFinlaysonCardioKickboxing Date: Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays (ongoing) Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Place: HFHS Fine Arts Center Cost: $2 class or $20/month

Enjoy Sunday evenings in open gym. This free activity is supervised by HF Coach/staff on a volunteer basis for grades 4-12 only. Due to the large participation and overcrowding, we need to split by age groups. The first hour (from 5:30-6:30) is for students in grades 48. The second hour (from 6:30-7:30) is for students in grades 912. Please do not show up early or stay late since you cannot be hanging out in other areas of the school. Hinckley Open Gym Grades 4-12 Date: Sundays Place: HFHS Main Gym Time: 5:30-6:30 pm grades 4-8

Finlayson Open Gym Grades 4 - 12 Date: Sundays Place: FES Gym Time: 4:00 – 5:00 pm grades 4-8

6:30-7:30 pm grades 9-12

Save the dates: Monday, March 12th @ 5:00 p.m. - Mystery Quilt Reveal Saturday, April 14th Father/Daughter Dance - Theme: Candyland For additional information contact KRISTA MATSON 320-384-7325 [email protected] FACEBOOK: Hinckley-Finlayson Community Education Or visit the Community Education website at www.hfcommed.weebly.com


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

5:00 – 6:00 pm grades 9 -12

Hinckley-Finlayson Public Schools P.O. Box 308 Hinckley, MN 55037

Thank you to all staff, students and community members who participated in our blood drive on February 14th.


Where every student is KNOWN, VALUED and CHALLENGED to SUCCEED.

Non-Profit Organization US Postage PAID Hinckley, MN 55037 Permit #34

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