Friday, September 20, 2019


September 20th, 2019


College visit dates

The representative from Presentation College will be on Thursday, September 26 at 12:45 in the conference room. Any sophomore, junior, or senior interested in checking out what Presentation has to offer, stop on in.

The representative from Mitchell Technical Institute will be on Tuesday, October 29 at 11:40am.  Any sophomore, junior or senior who is interested in what MTI has to offer is welcome to come to the conference room.

The representative from BHSU will be here on October 3 at 2:00 P.M. Any sophomore, junior, or senior interested in learning more about what BHSU has to offer are welcome to visit with them.

Wednesday, October 9th from 11:41-12:51 the representative from Northern State University in Aberdeen will be here. Any sophomore, junior, or senior who is interested may visit with the rep.








Ø  FCCLA will be selling caramel and frosted rolls, juice, and some PIRATE items (bandanas, beads, tattoos) in the FACS room before school on Friday morning.  First come first served.  Rolls are $2.00, Juice $1.00.  Will sell leftovers by the half or whole dozen until gone.

Ø  FCCLA DUE DATES:  Please turn in FALL LEADERSHIP (in Huron) forms by THURSDAY, September 29 and NATIONAL FALL CONFERENCE in DALLAS FORMS & down payment no later than Monday, September 23 but preferably ASAP.  Talk to Mrs. Kroeplin if you have questions.

Ø  Dig for a Cure Shirts are for sale.  Order forms and payment are due back by Tuesday, September 24th.  Please pick up and drop off forms in the FACS room or HS office.

Ø  Highmore - Harrold Pirates store is now open! The junior high is selling these items to raise money for their field trip in the spring. Find items available for your family and friends. Check out the shop details below.

o    OUR SHOP DETAILS, Shop Now: , Store Open From: Sep 16 - Sep 25, 2019

Ø  Juniors and Seniors: We will be eating at the Pizza Ranch on Monday. The cost is $9.00 per person. Please bring your money to Ms. B by Monday morning at 8:30. Also, I need you to register for the College Fair at It will ask you to print out a ticket so the representatives can scan the barcode. This saves you from having to write your name over and over. See Ms. B for more information.

Ø  Ms. B is looking for 10 students in grades 7-12 to attend a training called Teens Against Tobacco Use. After going through the training, you will go to the elementary classrooms and teach tobacco prevention to the students. The training is on Tuesday, October 29 in Ft. Pierre. See Ms. B for an application.

Ø  There are 4 Highmore Harrold gym bags that were given out yesterday in the office. If you were a student gone for land judging and would like one, please come by the office. First come first serve.



Activities:   Friday, 9/20- Pirate Day

                                          Homecoming Parade & Pep Rally – 1:00

                                          Punt, Pass & Kick – FB Field – 3:00

                                          FB vs. Stanley County (Miller) – 7:00

                   Saturday, 9/21- XC @ Gettysburg – 10:00

                   Monday, 9/23- Book Fair

                                            Srs/Jrs Post Planning Fair- 1:00

                                            JHVB @ Crow Creek – 5:00

                                            JHFB @ S. Buttes – 5:00

                   Tuesday, 9/24- Book Fair

                                             JHVB vs. Faulkton (H) – 4:30

                                             VB vs. Faulkton (H) – 6:30

                   Wednesday, 9/25- Book Fair

                                                  Landjudging @ W. Springs

                                                  XC @ W. Springs – 1:00

                   Thursday, 9/26- Book Fair

                                               Dismissal – 2:00

                                               P/T Conferences – 2:30-8:00

                   Friday, 9/27- NO SCHOOL

                                          FB vs. W/WS/SC (Miller) – 7:00

                   Saturday, 9/28- JHVB @ JVC Tourney – 9:00

                                              VB CSDC @ Gettysburg – 10:00

                                               JHFB @ S. Buttes Jamboree – 10:00


DEPARTURES:   Friday, 9/20 – JHFB to Miller at 3:00 (from north school doors)

               FB to Miller at 4:30

                            FBCH to Miller at 5:45

                 Saturday, 9/21 – XC to Gettysburg at 8:00

                 Monday, 9/23 – Juniors and Seniors to Ft. Pierre at 10:45, from north school doors

                 JHFB to Onida at 3:00, release at 2:55, from north school doors

                 JHVB to Crow Creek at 4:00

                 Wednesday, 9/25 – Land Judging to W. Springs at TBA

                        FCCLA to Gettysburg at 7:30

           XC to W. Springs at 10:45, release at 10:40

                 Thursday, 9/26 – K-12 Dismissal at 2:00

                 Friday, 9/27 – JHFB to Miller at 3:00, from north school doors

                                         FB to Miller at 4:30

                                         FBCH to Miller at 5:45

                 Saturday, 9/28 – JHVB to Huron-JVC at 7:15

                   JHFB to Onida at 8:00, from north doors

                   VB to Gettysburg at 8:15


Ticket Takers: Tuesday 9/24- Brita Bergeson, Brent Liechti (Work Time- 4:00)

Concessions Workers: Tuesday 9/24-

50/50: Tuesday 9/24- Oakley, Justin



                          BREAKFAST – DONUTS, YOGURT             BREAKFAST – FRENCH TOAST



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