SEE IT...REPORT IT The Hope-Page Schools See Something...Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows you to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. You can do this by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions and harassment. Please call 911 if this is an emergency Please click HERE to link to a secure form to submit concerns.
On Thursday, October 31, the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members of District 6 held a meeting at Central Cass High School. This meeting takes place every year as all members gather in support of the organization and commit to new positions. This year celebrates the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of FCCLA. This year’s meeting was presented in a new style called FACSx Talks. It was based on the popular TEDx Talks where instead of one speaker presenting for forty-five minutes to an hour, there are more speakers presenting for only fifteen minutes. The FACSx style was well received. It helped the students see a wide variety of presenters and organizations. The meeting consisted of many guest speakers. State supervisor, Ann Dietchman, introduced herself as the new state advisor for FCCLA. She shared her story of how FCCLA impacted her school and career achievements. Kirsten Keally from WDAY spoke to the members about public speaking and her experiences in reporting. In the afternoon, employees from Friends of the Children, a nonprofit in the FM, presented what they do to help underprivileged children succeed. Central Cass FACS teacher/FCCLA advisor, DeAnn Grommesh, gave a speech about the 2019-2020 theme: Our Story. The meeting ended with the installation of new district officer positions for 2020-2021. Congratulations to Tessa Thurlow from Fargo Davies for being elected as the new District 6 FCCLA president, as well as all the incoming officers. We look forward to the new upcoming year!
Spartan Shoot out to the following Football Awards for Region 1: FSHP Jack Ihry, Phillip Platt, Carter Rings, Owen Zerface, Will Erickson H.M. - Blake Jacobsen, Haiden Huschka, Dalton Stein Coach of the Year Andrew Kainz & Larry Fontaine Senior of the Year Jack Ihry Region 1 Ranking 1. Jack Ihry, FSHP 2. Cole Myers, Richland 3. Sammy Satrom, MPCG 4. Sawyer Satrom, MPCG 5. Jared Tangen, Tri-State 6. Hunter Medenwalt, Hankinson 7. Phillip Platt, FSHP 8. Hayden Lick, Tri-State 9. Carter Lingen, Richland 10. Dawnson Sedivec, MPCG 11. Brandon Gruenwald, Tri-State 12. Derick Carl, Tri-State/ Brett Wendel, LMM Congrats Spartan on a fabulous year of football!
Hope-Page Schools will be having a late start on Wednesday, December 4th. We will have Mrs. Knott coming in that morning to supervise students at the school in Page from 8-10 a.m. Children may be dropped off at the Page School any time after 8 a.m. Please let the school know if your child will be coming before 10AM.
Special Election Official Results - On Monday, September 16, 2019 at 8:00 PM the Hope and Page School Boards met to canvass the special election results at the Page Public School. With two absentee ballots added to the poll tally, the final results are and 185-4 in Hope and 122-45 in Page. The reorganization of Hope and Page School Districts into one, new consolidated district is considered passed by majority vote from both school districts. - Alli Roller, Business Manager
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On Wednesday, July 12th, Hope-Page Schools lost a very special Spartan Star. Braden Dahl was a bundle of energy always ready with a smile and a hug. A constant twinkle in his eye making you wonder what he was up too. A prayer service will be held at the church, Sunday Night @ 7:00PM with the funeral Monday at 10:00AM at the Page school. Students and families are invited to come to the Hope-Page Elementary School on Sunday @ 3:00PM to say good-bye with picture, a card or a story. We will also offer grief support and an opportunity to talk if needed.
North Dakota has a new accountability system reported through NDInsights, more commonly referred to as the “Dashboard.” The Dashboard contains reports that display the performance of school districts, schools, and student groups on a set of state and local measures to assist in identifying strengths, challenges, and areas in need of additional support. North Dakota’s new NDInsights website is designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and school – including ours. The North Dakota Dashboard features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English Learner progress and attendance. The Dashboard replaces the former School District Report Card and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports. Please note, the data made available to the public masks or hides data for groups with 10 or fewer students to protect confidential information about individual students. For questions concerning K-12 education data, please contact the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. Web: www.nd.gov/dpi/contact
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