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Congratulations to the winners of the NHS Good Character Drawing:  Carson Christopherson, Julia Steffensen, Matt Simmons, Damian Danzeisen, Abby Klocker, and Cade Gross.  See Mrs. Honomichl by Friday 11/22 to select your Reward.
Congratulations to Julia S. and Brayden S. for being selected to represent Sioux Valley at the Hugh O’Brian (HOBY) Youth Summer Leadership Seminar in June 2020.
MS Students:  Hanging out in the Commons after school is not an option.  If you need homework assistance, teachers are available until 4:00 pm in their classrooms.   

Juniors and seniors interested in attending the Deubrook Career Fair on Wednesday, December 4th (during 6 & 7 periods), please register with Mrs. Jorgenson by Tuesday, November 26th.

The deadline to register for spring 2020 dual credits is December 20, 2019.

Thursday, November 21:

  • A recruiter for the United States Army will be in the commons during lunch today.

Friday, November 22:

  • NHS is sponsoring a high school candy corn count contest. There is a jar in the library. Guess how much candy corn is in the jar, write it down on a slip of paper, and put your guess in the box. Deadline today.


Scholarships AvailableHERE

A representative from SDSU will be in the commons on Thursday, December 5 @ 8:00-8:20am.

Juniors and Seniors interested in a career in STEM:  Davis-Bahcall Scholar Program.  Up to eight students will be chosen to participate in this all-expense-paid summer-study program June 7-July 12, 2020.  More information and application can be found HERE .

Students Grade 9-12:  Resource Conservation Speech Contest/Scholarship.  $2,300 awarded in scholarships! Topic:  “What Does a Tree Do for Me?  Contest rules and entry form found HERE     Deadline:  March 28, 2020.

Girls in grades 6-12:  Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program has mentors ready to be placed with you!  Reasons why you should apply:

  • Mentors will spend at least one hour per week with you doing activities like enjoying shared hobbies, exercising, helping with homework or chores, attending sporting events, movies, and may more.
  • Plans free group activities for all mentors and students—for example, holiday parties, SDSU ball games, bowling, visits to zoos, museums, and other family fun events.
  • Is an excellent, proven-effective opportunity to provide a positive and rewarding experience for you.
  • All mentors are trained, have background checks, and is matched with students who have similar interests.
  • See Mrs. Jorgenson for an application.








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