Friday, May 7, 2021


MAY 7th, 2021


College info/visit dates/Scholarship info


If any junior or senior would like to visit with a representative from a university or college, please let Ms. Bergeson know and she will set up a Zoom meeting for you.


Any junior or senior boys who are interested in attending Boys State this summer, see Ms. B for more information. Registration is now open; you apply online at


Any sophomore or junior who is interested in attending the Summer Accounting Institute July 11-15 on the campus of USD please see Ms. Bergeson for more information.


The National Guard is sponsoring a job/career fair on Saturday, May 8 from 1:00-5:00 at the Pierre National Guard Armory. Several colleges and employers will be there with information. See Ms. Bergeson for more information.






v  Senior recognition parade on main street in Harrold on May 14th at 730pm. All seniors can and should attend.



o   No Pool / No Problem - Summertime at the pool is still ON!

o   The City of Highmore is working with River Cities Public Transit to provide FREE weekly transportation to the Miller pool throughout the summer. (Weather permitting)

o   The proposed schedule is:

§  Monday – Wednesday – Friday

§  2 trips each day departing from the High School at 12:30 pm and 2:30 pm.

§  Kids will be returned from the pool beginning at 5 pm.

§  The City of Highmore will provide chaperones.

o   Please note: roundtrip transportation is FREE for the kids but they will still need to pay for pool entrance.

o   Want to help cover the cost of transportation for the kids? Please visit to donate. All funds go directly to the operation of the Splash Bus.

Ø  FCCLA Member Year End Party/Awards will be Monday May 10 from 12:00-12:45 in the High School Meeting Room.  A meal will be provided.

Ø  The women’s civic league is looking for volunteers to work at the baseball concessions stand this summer. This is a good way to get volunteer hours for scholarships. Contact Susan Bast at 870-1131. A schedule will be made up at a later date.

Ø  The journalism students need students who are involved in rodeo to e-mail photos and any information about the season/personal stats. to Mrs. Bast for inclusion in the yearbook. Since all of those activities happen away from school, and much of it, after school is out, we have to rely on students to supply the photos and information. Thank you!

Ø  There is only one driver’s ed class now: on Thursday, May 27 from 9-11

Ø  If any high school student is interested in running for Student Council President, Vice President, or Secretary/Treasurer please let Mr. Schmidt know by Friday, May 14 at noon.

Ø  Any 13-18-year-old boys who have not signed up for summer baseball, and want to play, need to contact Jim Stephenson ASAP.  His cell is 870-3079



Activities:  Friday, 5/7- TR @ Miller – 12:00

                                      8th Grade Graduation – Gym – 7:30

                   Monday, 5/10- FCCLA Awards- Mtg Room – 12:00-12:45

                                           JHTR @ Huron – 3:45

                   Tuesday, 5/11- 5th gr. Field Trip to Ft. Pierre – 8:30-3:00

                                            TR-281 @ Miller – 10:00

                   Wednesday, 5/12- Senior Semester Tests 1,2,3,7

                   Thursday, 5/13- Senior Semester Tests 4,6,8

                                             6th gr. Field Trip to Pierre – 8:30-3:00

                                              GF-CSDC @ Faulkton – 10:00

                                              Academic & Athletic Awards (Aud) – 7:00

                   Friday, 5/14- Senior Breakfast – Methodist Church, Grad set up & rehearsal – 8:30

                                         K-6 Field Day – TBA

                                         Pre-K Graduation @ South Park – 11:00

                   Saturday, 5/15- JH/HS TR-CSDC @ Onida – 10:00

                   Sunday, 5/16- GRADUATION – 2:00



DEPARTURES: Friday, 5/7 – TR to Miller at 10:30, release at 10:25

                Monday, 5/10 – JHTR to Huron at 1:30, release at 1:25

                Tuesday, 5/11 – 5th grade to Ft. Pierre at 8:30 (returning at 3:00)

                 TR to Miller at 8:30

                Thursday, 5/13 – 6th grade to Pierre at 8:30 (returning at 3:00)

                   GF to Faulkton at 8:15

                 Saturday, 5/15 – TR to Onida at 8:15




Ticket Takers: Tuesday, 0/0– (work time- 0:00)

Concessions Workers: Tuesday, 0/0-  

Bingo Workers: Tuesday, 0/0 -      

Soph. Pop Shoot workers:  Tuesday, 0/0-     





Whatever you are, be a good one – Abraham Lincoln


v  Anyone wanting to see the school’s wellness policy please refer to the school’s website under “News”

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Highmore, SD 57345
High School (605) 852-2275
Elementary (605) 852-2276
Fax (605) 760-8449

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