Radio 1420 AM will be broadcasting live coverage on Tuesday evening beginning at 6:45 p.m.
A Message from HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital: The heroin epidemic is a big issue in our county, and the Healthy Sheboygan County 2020 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Committee is attempting to draw awareness to this issue. As part of this initiative we are promoting the “Dose of Reality” campaign which is a very visible and coordinated promotional effort taking place throughout the state to increase the awareness of and solutions to the current health crisis of opiate addiction and overdose.
The Oostburg School District would like to share resources from this committee, including reminders of the dangers of prescription painkiller abuse and the locations of permanent drug disposal sites in Sheboygan county. Please see the attached flyer for more information about disposing expired, unused, or unwanted medications.
Each day of the week is a special surprise,
Celebrate with us and you will grow wise.
Some great stories I will introduce,
By the great author Dr. Seuss.
My Many Colored Day Monday – Wear as many colors as possible
Dr. Seuss Book: My Many Colored Days
Tired Tuesday – Wear your pajamas or comfy clothes
Dr. Seuss Book: Sleep Book
Wear Red, Black, and White Wednesday – Wear red, white, black in honor of Dr. Seuss’s 112th birthday today
Dr. Seuss Book: The Cat in the Hat
Tip off Your Hat Thursday – Wear a hat to school
Dr. Seuss Book: The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins
Fun Sock Friday – Show off your crazy socks today
Dr. Seuss Book: Fox in Socks
Win some Dr. Seuss materials with a guessing/trivia contest in the library. Enjoy the fun and celebration! If you have any questions please feel free to contact Mrs. Heinen in the library at 564-2392, ext. 3300.
We are now over half way through our first year using our new math series GoMath. To this point, our teachers have been very happy with the instructional materials and resources. We are noticing that our students are talking more about math, seem to enjoy the materials and resources, and are learning many different ways to approach math problems. Students are exposed to more math story problems, and the focus is on understanding before procedure.
We realize that with new resources, there is always a learning curve, and we look for ways to improve our use of the instructional materials, how we communicate about the resources, and most importantly how we can involve you in the learning of our students. With that in mind, we would like to get your feedback about how the math program is impacting our students. In the next week or so, you will receive a short survey via email, giving you an opportunity to provide feedback to us about our math programming. We would appreciate you taking a few moments to complete the survey. We’ll be using the information for our improvement efforts.
Please mark your calendars: Celebration of the Arts – Tuesday, March 8!
Have a great weekend!
Middle school wrestling will begin on Monday, February 29th. Practice will run right after school until 4:30 in the high school auxiliary gym or wrestling room. Sign up in the office if you are interested. Permission forms and schedules are available in the office or the forms folder on this webpage. The sport fee is $20 for the 1st sport and $10 if this is your second school sport. All forms and fees need to be turned in at the office before practice on Monday, 2/29. Contact Coach Schanen with any questions.