Each month of the school year, the employees of the School District of Black River Falls raise money with their “Denim Day Fridays” and then donate that money to a worthy group in the community. For the month of May, the employees from BRFSD raised $476.00, which High School Principal Tom Chambers presented to Mary Woods for use in the Jackson County History room. Ms. Woods stated that she will use the money towards purchasing the microfiche documents of the local newspapers, which are valuable historical resources and used very often by the patrons of this wonderful community resource.
Nine high school students and Wisconsin FCCLA Executive Council advisers spent three and a half days learning about leadership, planning events and setting personal, local, and statewide chapter goals for their year in office.
As Vice President of Public Relations, BRF senior Devin Newby will create and implement the Wisconsin FCCLA state program of work, promote the National FCCLA Outreach Project, national programs and community service opportunities within our community and throughout the state.
While attending the All Career Technical Student Organization (CTSO) training at Edgewood College in Madison, officers and advisers worked to prepare a program for the state of Wisconsin’s members and advisers.
All the students led organization are focusing on a statewide service project of “The Dangers of Using a Mobile Device While Driving.” Along with selecting and planning a statewide initiative that covers all CTSO student organizations, officers attended a etiquette dinner, and practiced parliamentary procedure.
We will be holding the high school’s Variety Show this Saturday, May 31 in the Lunda Theatre at 7 pm!
We encourage you to come support our students in this event! We have acts ranging from singing original compositions to dancing to Rock Band playing! It’s bound to be a fun show! Tickets are $5.
We are also accepting a new box of crayons and a new coloring book (with receipt) instead of $5 for the ticket. The high school’s music department is headed to New York this summer. The choir will be singing a hospital for children with cancer. Performing ensembles have brought in coloring books and crayons for the children when they visit. We’re hoping to do the same!
So, come on down, bring a box of crayons and a coloring book, and enjoy a night filled with amazing talent! You won’t want to miss it! If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Pacetti and the high school.
Morgan, Kendra and Hanna, three of Ms. Seyforth’s kindergartners at Forrest Street Early Learning Center, read a book Called “Help for Lion” during guided reading. They turned it into a readers’ theater and performed it for their class. Watch and enjoy!
Registering for swimming lessons
Lessons are FREE for K-12 students of the Black River Falls School District. All swimming lessons will be held at the Lunda Center Pool. There are two ways to register.
- Complete the registration form and return it to your child’s school office, or
- Email me at email@example.com
If you register online, you will get a confirmation notice from me via email. If you do not receive an online confirmation, be sure to contact me at 715-284-4357 ext. 4256 as your registration may not have gone through. Remember it is first come, first serve.
Class lists will be posted on the Lunda Center window by the end of May.