Sioux Central students in grades TK - 4 will present their “Spring Sing” on Thursday, April 15th at 7:00PM in the gym. Masks will be required for all singers and audience members. This year’s concert will focus on songs sung on a family road trip. It will be a fun program! We are doing a “Coins for Connor” fundraiser in conjunction with the concert. The proceeds will help Connor Hansen. Connor Hansen (parents Jessie and Kyle Hansen) is a 2nd grader at Sioux Central. He was diagnosed with All-Acute-Lymphoblastic Leukemia and spent several weeks at the Children's Hospital in Omaha for treatment. Connor is currently in remission but continues his treatments in Omaha and will be out of in-person school for the remainder of the school year. Please help us collect “Coins for Connor” on April 15th! Bring your change. There will be a jar inside the gym doors for your donations. We look forward to seeing you at the Elementary Spring Sing on April 15th!
almost 3 years ago, Kari Schmidt
The HS golf meets for today have been postponed. The HS boys track meet in Spirit Lake has been cancelled.
almost 3 years ago, Alan Vasher
5th and 6th Grade Parents: Middle School Transition Night Tuesday, April 13 at 6:00 pm in the gym. 8th Grade Parents: High School Transition Night Tuesday, April 13th at 7:00 pm in the gym.
almost 3 years ago, Kari Schmidt
Reminder...the HS girls track meet tonight in Holstein will start at 4:30 p.m. for both running events, and field events. Go Rebels!
almost 3 years ago, Alan Vasher
Anthony will be attending Basic Training and AIT (Job Training) this summer/fall. Once completed, Anthony will be a 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Diesel Mechanic). Your Rebel family is so proud of you Anthony! For his service in the Iowa National Guard Anthony will be awarded The Iowa National Guard Service Scholarship: $9,274 Per year Federal Tuition Assistance: $4,000 Per Year Montgomery GI Bill: $397 Per Month while going to College GI Bill Kicker: $200 Per Month While going to College
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
Tony
Aloha! Lauren Berberich took our taste buds on a vacation to Hawaii at Delish Central’s very first luau! She served sweet, salty, and tangy pineapple pork, white sticky rice and baked green beans-topped with bacon and a brown sugar. Homemade pineapple ice-cream whip for dessert!
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
Lauren
Transition Night at Sioux Central will be Tuesday, April 13th! Middle School Transition for all 5th & 6th grade students and parents will start a 6:00pm in the H.S. Gym. High School Transition for all 8th grade students and parents will follow at 7:00pm in the H.S. Gym.
almost 3 years ago, Holly Lockrem
Seniors will have Senior Seminar during Iowa Assessments on Monday, April 12th and Wednesday, April 14th. Seniors who complete their requirements on Monday will be allowed to have a "Late Start" on Tuesday, April 13th. Please contact Mrs. Lockrem if you have any questions.
almost 3 years ago, Holly Lockrem
Attention Juniors and Seniors: Prom Picture order form attached! We are blessed to have the talented Tim Fuchs from TFC Photography taking our prom pictures this year! Thanks Tim!
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
photo page
Photo Page
Statewide Assessments are next week for 3-11 grade. Attendance is very important as makeup tests can be a challenge to schedule. All students are required to take the test. Click here for more information https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gHtolhauC__7Bu2z4cl5hOyIt7FOP0Xz2qkl-RUhnc4/edit?usp=sharing.
almost 3 years ago, Kari Schmidt
April 30th is a Staff PD day, students will not have school on this day! Go Rebels!
almost 3 years ago, Kevin Wood
Our school nurse was a little “quacky” today. Have a great long weekend.
almost 3 years ago, Kari Schmidt
A bit Quacky
Sioux Central honored their long term care facility workers today. Thank you for representing our district by spreading your goodness to others!
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
LTC
Mrs. Hanson's FCCLA club made blankets for the premie incubators at Blank Children's Hospital. What a great way to serve others!
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
Blanket
Blanket
Blanket
Spring is the season for planting! Our preschoolers, 2nd graders, and 4th graders have been busy planting seeds. They are excited to watch them grow! If you have the opportunity, ask one of our 2nd graders about pollination. They can tell you all about it! #SiouxCentral
almost 3 years ago, Erin Olson
2nd grade plants
growing with a bottle
growing in pots
Only a few more days to place your order and help the SC after prom students! Thanks to all who ordered! Order by Thursday, April 1st using this link: https://bit.ly/3tslzLU Pick-up date: Friday, April 9th 4-7PM at the elem. gym entrance by the football field parking lot.
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
pizza
Head Chef Jada Binder took Delish Central diners on a trip across the world with this Chinese meal: Crispy chicken tossed in a sweet and savory honey sesame sauce served over a bed of traditional fried rice, deep fried crab rangoons, and a berrylicious fro-yo berry bark.
almost 3 years ago, Ms. Turnbull
Jada
Head and Assistant Chefs
The Sioux Central baseball program is hosting a clinic for 5th-8th graders on April 17th, 24th, and May 1st. Info sheets were sent home with kids today. If you need anything else please contact Coach Vasher at avasher@siouxcentral.org
almost 3 years ago, Alan Vasher
Reminder that tonight is Preschool Pre-Registration at Sioux Central from 5:00-7:00 p.m (Open House Style) outside the elementary office. This is for families who have children who will be 3 or 4 before September 15, 2021 who don't already attend preschool at SC. You will need to bring your child’s immunization record and a copy of your child’s birth certificate. Can't wait to see you there! Spread the word as you don't have to live in the SC School District to attend preschool here!
almost 3 years ago, Kari Schmidt
Just a reminder that College Planning for 10th grade students and parents will be at 6:00pm tonight, in the Business Room. Financial Aid for 11th grade students and parents will follow at 7:00pm.
almost 3 years ago, Alan Vasher