Thank you Chief Matteson and Cory Suonvieri for being our first guest readers for Read Across America Week!
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March Staff and Student Spotlights
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Floodwood Services and Training is looking for summer workers. If you are interested or you know a student interested please reach out to Dawn at dlamping@fst2b.org
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Community Education Advisory Reschedule Notice
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Invest Early, an early childhood program in the Itasca area, is currently undertaking an initiative to catalog the present opportunities for child care enhancement in the region, aiming to grasp an updated view of the current landscape of need and opportunity. Business of Child Care will be hosting a series of listening sessions to hear from everyone who benefits from child care – employers, school district(s), and civic/government leaders – as well as those already providing this important service, our existing child care providers. Through IASC (Itasca Area Schools Collaborative), which Floodwood is a part of, we are invited to the table in this discussion. They want to hear from all 7 of IASC's districts. If you are interested in sharing input, please see the images on how to register.
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Read Across America Week March 4-8
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March 2024 Lunch Menu https://5il.co/2fdx7
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A group of 10th and 11th grade Floodwood girls attended the Women in the Workforce event held on the MN North College Grand Rapids campus. They heard from a panelist of women who work in careers that are male dominated jobs. They told their stories and answered questions. This was a great opportunity for the girls to be exposed to jobs and opportunities they may have not thought of before. Then the girls attended a hands on session and checked out the booths set up with more information.
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Due to continued health issues among players and coaches, tonight's Girls basketball game at Ogilvie is canceled.
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Scholarship Opportunity for seniors attending Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College! See image for details.
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Game Night scheduled for Saturday Feb 17th will be rescheduled to a later date. More information to come........
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February Student and Staff Spotlights
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The Floodwood music program is looking for gently used instruments. Please reach out if you would like to donate or have questions - bpfeifer@isd698.org
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• February is Minnesota School Board Recognition Month. The Minnesota School Board Association has set February as Minnesota School Board Recognition Month to build awareness and understanding of the vital function elected school board members play in our society. Floodwood School District is joining other public school districts from across the state to celebrate School Board Recognition Month to honor local board members for their commitment to Floodwood and its students. Thank you to the Floodwood School Board: Steve Hall, Tracy Hutchinson, Leanaya Miller, Cory Suonvieri, Tanya Johnson and Dave Rohde.
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Lake Superior College is hosting a number of PSEO Information Sessions in the coming months. They will offer both in-person sessions as well as Zoom options. They will present information about the PSEO program and answer questions. There will also be a panel of current PSEO students who will share their experiences. Pizza will be served and tours available at the in-person sessions. Dates and times can be found on the LSC website.
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Snow Week is February 12th through February 16th.
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On Friday, January 26, fifty-seven students from seven Itasca Area Schools Collaborative (IASC) high schools toured area businesses as part of a career-connected experience coordinated by the IASC NEXT Career Pathways program. The Forge and Acme Tools, Hawkinson Construction and The City of Grand Rapids’ Yanmar Arena hosted students from Bigfork, Floodwood, Grand Rapids High School, Grand Rapids Area Learning Center, Greenway, Hill City, and Northland. Business and industry tours are an important part of building a strong construction career workforce for the future. Thanks to all participating businesses and teachers who committed to providing this valuable experience for students in the IASC NEXT Construction Career Pathway.
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February Food Service Menu https://5il.co/2cc8d
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Infant and Toddler Safety Course offering through Cloquet Memorial Hospital. https://5il.co/2derq
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