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k! ::7 : /41 iiii i : 7ΈΈΈ:ΈΈΈ i!ΈΈΈ14 ii Έ i :i • Open Wide Next Tuesday, Sept. 2nd at the : ART COMPUTERS help OHS students complete their homework and learn about advance- Ortonville Public Schools Ortonville Public Schools offer the following: Kids' Kingdom Preschool • Early Childhood Special Education • Full Day Kindergarten • Accelerated Reader Program • Direct Instruction Supplemental Reading • Comprehensive Special Education Programs • English As A Second Language • New LibraryMedia Center • Physics • Chemistry • Biology • Environmental Science • Advanced Math Courses including Calculus • Trigonometry Analytic Geometry • Spanish (3 year study) • Vocational Business, Industrial Technology, Family Consumer Science • Advanced Computer Application Courses • Over 120 Courses in 7-12 • College courses through Southwest State University • Web Based Educational Programs • Fine Arts Program • Musical Opportunities • Varsity Athletics and Extra Curricular Activities including: Awards Association • Baseball Basketball • BPA • Builders Club • Camera Club • Cheerleading • Class Plays • Cross Country • FCCLA • Football • Golf • Gymnastics • Key Club • Knowledge Bowl • One Act Plays • Pep Band • Speech • Softball • Student Council • Track • Vocal/Instrumental: Solo and Ensemble Competition • Volleyball • and Wrestling. academic standards for 2004-2005 : legislature dropped and For freshman year the standards are to complete Arts. 3 credits in math; these credits must cover algebra, geometry and statistics and probability. In science, they must complete 3 credits, one of which has to be biology. They must complete 3-1/2 credits of social studies, including 1 credit in U.S. history, 1 credit in geography, 1/2 credit in world history, 1/2 credit in economics and ADMINISTRATION Jeff Taylor, Superintendent - (320) 839-6181 Sarah Miller, Business Manager FACULTY ngans, Principal ............................... guage Arts .................. Art Special Education - TMH "' .................... Learning Disabilities ................ Social Studies & Drivers Ed. Music . ..................... Instrumental Music & Consumer Science Studies, PE & Health .......... ;Math Social Studies ...... Health & PE pecial Education - EMH Education ...... Emotional Behavior Disorders ................................ Language Arts ....... Industrial Technology ...................... Business Education guage Arts ..................... Guidance Counselor ........................................... Science ............. Vocational Agriculture Ed. ............................. Spanish PE ............................................... Math .............. Library Chemistry-Physics & Science ......... Math 1/2 credit in government/citizenship. They will be required to complete 1 credit in the arts; these include visual arts, music, theater, dance or media arts. They will also be required to complete a minimum of 7 electives. The local school board may determine additional requircmems: .... ELEMENTARY FACULTY Joel Stattelman, Principal Kelly Gustafson .................... Reading Specialist Laurie Maas ..................................... Kindergarten Lynn Keller .......................................... Grade One i Patricia Kramer ................................... Grade One ! Heather Eastman ................................ Grade Two i Patricia Thompson ............................. Grade Two Jane Anderson ................................. Grade Three Bonna Rasset ................................... Grade Three i Elizabeth Ketz .................................... Grade Four I Kyle Kirkeby ....................................... Grade Five John Olson ......................................... Grade Five Nancy Aune .......................................... Grade Six Joe Eustice ........................................... Grade Six Sheila Hoernemann ............. Physical Education Diane Goddard ............................................ Music Rachel Croatt .... Learning Disabilities Spec. Ed. Susan Maus ...... Learning Disabilities Spec. Ed. Trevor Keller ...... Emotional Behavior Disorders Sandra Josephson .................. Speech Therapist Carol Nelson ............. Early Childhood Spec. Ed. Susan Spors .......................................... Chapter I Carolyn Engebretson .... Elementary Computers KIDS KINGDOM ..................... Christine Peterson SCHOOL NURSE .............................. Laurie Maas COMMUNITY EDUCATION .... Shawnda Johnson ORTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Serving the Ortonville, Odessa, Big Stone City and Bellingham Area I TIME SCHEDULE Grades K-6 ............... Classes begin at 8:15 am. JuniodSenior High School ............ Classes begin at 8:20 a.m. Elementary Dismissal .......................... 3:08 p.m. High School Dismissal ....................... 3:15 p.m. Bus routes Bus routes and pick-up times will no longer be published in the paper. This information will be included in your back-to-school letter. If you do not receive this information in our back-to-school letter, please contact Gene Weeding, Transportation Supervisor at (320) 839-3223. ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL will begin the 2003-04 school year on Tuesday, September 2. \\; Equal Opportunity Employer .... • . ................... Purchasing/Secretary .... Elementary Secretary/Receptionist ...... Payroll/Superintendent's Secretary .......................... High School Secretary i ............................ High School Secretary ........... Printing Technician PERSONNEL Paula LaVoi Niki Mosey Ann Nelson Diane Rieck Jon Zahn Julie Thymian Lori Cloos Kathy Oakes Ginger Athey - Supervisor Swenson Darlene Novak Nelsen Julie Johnson TRANSPORTATION Gene Weeding, Supervisor Russell Leger ....................................... Driver - Route #2 Dave Homrighausen ............................ Driver - Route #3 Harlan Nelson ...................................... Driver - Route #6 Roy Haugen ......................................... Driver - Route #7 Dick Crosby ......................................... Driver - Route #9 Donald Schumacher ........................... Driver - Route #12 CUSTODIAL Glenn Henningson, Supervisor Buildings/Grounds Gerald Koenen Ado Klapel Myron Mueller James Scheff Sharon Watkins Daniel Menge STUDENT / FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICED STAFF (Big Stone County Family Services) Gale Mittelstaedt, Program Coord./Social Worker Joanne Jandro ..................... ; ................. M.Ed./Therapist Karen Stone ............................................. M.A./Therapist Janet Weeding ............................. Secretary/Receptionist ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS will soon be hitting the books, as the Ortonville School Systems open for the upcoming school year on September 2. k! ::7 : /41 iiii i : 7ΈΈΈ:ΈΈΈ i!ΈΈΈ14 ii Έ i :i • Open Wide Next Tuesday, Sept. 2nd at the : ART COMPUTERS help OHS students complete their homework and learn about advance- Ortonville Public Schools Ortonville Public Schools offer the following: Kids' Kingdom Preschool • Early Childhood Special Education • Full Day Kindergarten • Accelerated Reader Program • Direct Instruction Supplemental Reading • Comprehensive Special Education Programs • English As A Second Language • New LibraryMedia Center • Physics • Chemistry • Biology • Environmental Science • Advanced Math Courses including Calculus • Trigonometry Analytic Geometry • Spanish (3 year study) • Vocational Business, Industrial Technology, Family Consumer Science • Advanced Computer Application Courses • Over 120 Courses in 7-12 • College courses through Southwest State University • Web Based Educational Programs • Fine Arts Program • Musical Opportunities • Varsity Athletics and Extra Curricular Activities including: Awards Association • Baseball Basketball • BPA • Builders Club • Camera Club • Cheerleading • Class Plays • Cross Country • FCCLA • Football • Golf • Gymnastics • Key Club • Knowledge Bowl • One Act Plays • Pep Band • Speech • Softball • Student Council • Track • Vocal/Instrumental: Solo and Ensemble Competition • Volleyball • and Wrestling. academic standards for 2004-2005 : legislature dropped and For freshman year the standards are to complete Arts. 3 credits in math; these credits must cover algebra, geometry and statistics and probability. In science, they must complete 3 credits, one of which has to be biology. They must complete 3-1/2 credits of social studies, including 1 credit in U.S. history, 1 credit in geography, 1/2 credit in world history, 1/2 credit in economics and ADMINISTRATION Jeff Taylor, Superintendent - (320) 839-6181 Sarah Miller, Business Manager FACULTY ngans, Principal ............................... guage Arts .................. Art Special Education - TMH "' .................... Learning Disabilities ................ Social Studies & Drivers Ed. Music . ..................... Instrumental Music & Consumer Science Studies, PE & Health .......... ;Math Social Studies ...... Health & PE pecial Education - EMH Education ...... Emotional Behavior Disorders ................................ Language Arts ....... Industrial Technology ...................... Business Education guage Arts ..................... Guidance Counselor ........................................... Science ............. Vocational Agriculture Ed. ............................. Spanish PE ............................................... Math .............. Library Chemistry-Physics & Science ......... Math 1/2 credit in government/citizenship. They will be required to complete 1 credit in the arts; these include visual arts, music, theater, dance or media arts. They will also be required to complete a minimum of 7 electives. The local school board may determine additional requircmems: .... ELEMENTARY FACULTY Joel Stattelman, Principal Kelly Gustafson .................... Reading Specialist Laurie Maas ..................................... Kindergarten Lynn Keller .......................................... Grade One i Patricia Kramer ................................... Grade One ! Heather Eastman ................................ Grade Two i Patricia Thompson ............................. Grade Two Jane Anderson ................................. Grade Three Bonna Rasset ................................... Grade Three i Elizabeth Ketz .................................... Grade Four I Kyle Kirkeby ....................................... Grade Five John Olson ......................................... Grade Five Nancy Aune .......................................... Grade Six Joe Eustice ........................................... Grade Six Sheila Hoernemann ............. Physical Education Diane Goddard ............................................ Music Rachel Croatt .... Learning Disabilities Spec. Ed. Susan Maus ...... Learning Disabilities Spec. Ed. Trevor Keller ...... Emotional Behavior Disorders Sandra Josephson .................. Speech Therapist Carol Nelson ............. Early Childhood Spec. Ed. Susan Spors .......................................... Chapter I Carolyn Engebretson .... Elementary Computers KIDS KINGDOM ..................... Christine Peterson SCHOOL NURSE .............................. Laurie Maas COMMUNITY EDUCATION .... Shawnda Johnson ORTONVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Serving the Ortonville, Odessa, Big Stone City and Bellingham Area I TIME SCHEDULE Grades K-6 ............... Classes begin at 8:15 am. JuniodSenior High School ............ Classes begin at 8:20 a.m. Elementary Dismissal .......................... 3:08 p.m. High School Dismissal ....................... 3:15 p.m. Bus routes Bus routes and pick-up times will no longer be published in the paper. This information will be included in your back-to-school letter. If you do not receive this information in our back-to-school letter, please contact Gene Weeding, Transportation Supervisor at (320) 839-3223. ORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL will begin the 2003-04 school year on Tuesday, September 2. \\; Equal Opportunity Employer .... • . ................... Purchasing/Secretary .... Elementary Secretary/Receptionist ...... Payroll/Superintendent's Secretary .......................... High School Secretary i ............................ High School Secretary ........... Printing Technician PERSONNEL Paula LaVoi Niki Mosey Ann Nelson Diane Rieck Jon Zahn Julie Thymian Lori Cloos Kathy Oakes Ginger Athey - Supervisor Swenson Darlene Novak Nelsen Julie Johnson TRANSPORTATION Gene Weeding, Supervisor Russell Leger ....................................... Driver - Route #2 Dave Homrighausen ............................ Driver - Route #3 Harlan Nelson ...................................... Driver - Route #6 Roy Haugen ......................................... Driver - Route #7 Dick Crosby ......................................... Driver - Route #9 Donald Schumacher ........................... Driver - Route #12 CUSTODIAL Glenn Henningson, Supervisor Buildings/Grounds Gerald Koenen Ado Klapel Myron Mueller James Scheff Sharon Watkins Daniel Menge STUDENT / FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICED STAFF (Big Stone County Family Services) Gale Mittelstaedt, Program Coord./Social Worker Joanne Jandro ..................... ; ................. M.Ed./Therapist Karen Stone ............................................. M.A./Therapist Janet Weeding ............................. Secretary/Receptionist ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS will soon be hitting the books, as the Ortonville School Systems open for the upcoming school year on September 2.