4:00 PM - 7:00 PM JH Softball Game vs Central Cass in Casselton
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Softball Game vs Central Cass in Casselton
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Baseball Game vs Thompson in Hope (DH)
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM JH Softball Game vs Hankinson in Hankinson
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Softball Game vs Hankinson in Hankinson
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM Softball Game vs Pembina County North in Mayville
4:30 PM - 7:00 PM JH Softball Game vs Thompson in Thompson
Enjoy the Hope-Page High School & Maple Valley Band/Choir students perform some music pieces. Great Job to all!
Hope-Page Schools will be hosting a Gift Basket Silent Auction the end of April. The proceeds of the auction will go to benefit The Carlson family. Nikkie Carlson was diagnosed with liver disease earlier this year and has been doctoring steadily while waiting for a transplant. Nikkie is a 1994 graduate of Hope High School. Her two girls, Shelby and Brynlee, are students at Hope-Page Elementary School. Classes and staff will be creating baskets throughout the month of April. If community members would like to donate to a basket, please have them to one of the school offices by April 26th. Electronic Bidding will open at noon Wednesday, April 28th on the school Facebook Page and close Friday, April 30th at noon. There will also be an opportunity to bid on baskets in person before the elementary spring concert, from 6 p.m.-7p.m. April 29th. Contact the school office if you have any questions.
On Tuesday, March 30th under the direction of Mara Campbell, the Hope-Page Chamber Choir, soloist Gabrielle Satrom, and a duet featuring Emma Gullicks and Emma Thompson attended the Regional Vocal Contest in Enderlin. Each piece performed received a Star for superior performance (the highest rating), with Gabrielle also earning a State star which in a non-COVID year would have meant advancing to the state level. Participants included Claire Ihry, Elizabeth Kleven, Eve Thompson, Gabrielle Satrom, Bobby Bergfield, Tommy Erickson, Emma Gullicks, Emma Thompson, and Lillie Knott. “The Hope Page Choir and soloists set a new bar for excellence at contest this year,” said Mrs. Campbell. “I am so proud of my Spartan choir and the passion and dedication they give which enabled us to give such fabulous performances”. Great Job Spartan Nation!!!
There will be a 3 on 3 basketball tournament held at Mayville State on May 1st starting at 8:00am for grades 3rd – 6th. Click on the link to find more information about the event and the foundation itself. Link to event information: https://fb.me/e/1dubGx2KT
Hope-Page Elementary is getting low on our extra winter gear! If you have any old snow pants, hats, gloves or boots laying around that you need a place for pleae sent them to the elementary school! We will get them washed up for our kiddos who forget, or for the days it turns from summer to winter in 2 hours! Thank you!
Students participated in the first ever Page NASP tournament this past week. Everyone did a fabulous job. We had 157 participants from 8 different schools. Medal winners from the Page NASP tournament. Jack Thompson placed 5th in the high school boys division and Sam Thompson placed 2nd in elementary boys and Charlie McCullough placed 5th. Amazing job boys!!🏹
We would like to extend a huge thank you to the Hope Area Community Foundation for their generous donation to our school archery program. With their help, we were able to purchase two block targets and a box of arrows to help our archers get more practice time in the gym. We are very fortunate to be part of a wonderful community that helps our students get more opportunities in our school.
PreK-6th grade students at Hope-Page Elementary recently became heart heroes in the Kids Heart Challenge (formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart). This year’s theme was Superheroes and the students at Hope-Page proved they were just that. All 105 students were challenged to raise at least $1, and they all succeeded. A total of $5,870.96 was raised by students! Kids Heart Challenge was held in November this year with the hope that it would not be cancelled because of the pandemic. Students kicked off the Heart Challenge the beginning of November and wrapped up their fundraising with an assembly in December. Student incentives this year consisted of a variety of thank-you gifts from the American Heart Association, as well as some extra incentives from the school. Students who raised $100 were able to pick a staff member to wear a costume for an hour. For every $100 a student raised they could pick a different person. Costumes included Big Bird, Willy Wonka, Thing 1, a grape and a Happy Heart. A total of 32 hours were spent in costume for the staff at Hope-Page Elementary. The class who raised the most money per student were awarded a “Mystery Party” for their classroom. This year's top class was the 3rd grade! The top fundraiser was awarded with a mystery! On the day of the assembly the top fundraiser picked 1 of 3 “mystery” envelopes. Each envelope consisted of a different incentive 1) sliming a staff member 2) throwing a pie in a staff member face or 3) shaving Mike Kingston’s head. The top fundraiser was Kindergarten student Cam Heidorn. Cam raised $367 and chose his envelope wisely. After selecting the mystery prize Cam opened it up to find he got to shave Mike’s head! Great job Cam and thanks Mike! It is always amazing to see the support and kindness provided during our fundraising, but this year, with everything else that is happening it is heartwarming to see what can happen when our kids come together!
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The Hope-Page Spartan Engagement Team is a team of school stakeholders that meet to create and implement goals for the school district. The team will be sharing a monthly survey with the community to continue to monitor goals and offer an opportunity for communication. Please complete the attached survey before April 19th. If you are interested in more information on the Spartan Engagement Team please contact Heidi Kingston or Angie Zerface. Thank you!
As you may know the U.S. Department of Agriculture has extended the flexible free school meals program through June 2020. All students in grades PK-12 are receiving free meals except milk breaks. We want to make families aware that you have a few choices for the credit you have in the food services account. Families can request to transfer the credit to pay for other fees at the school, or you can contact the school and request a refund. We would suggest you contact the school before the end of January 2021 for refunds. Otherwise the credit can be kept as is and will transfer into the next school year lunch account. Thank you.
STEAM is asking you to start saving these materials at your house and have your child or children bring them to school anytime and give to Mrs. Burchill. Paper tower rolls, Toilet paper rolls, Empty Pop bottles (cleaned out), Empty Clorox wipe containers, Shoe boxes.
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.
2nd Quarter Newsletter NOW AVAILABLE!!! Great Job Spartan Nation!!!
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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