Today’s Announcements

**Due to Americans with Disabilities Act regulations, we are required to make our website disability accessible.  Some of you may have already noticed that there have been considerable changes made to our district website.  Teacher websites will be brought into compliance as well.  By the end of December, any teacher website not already in compliance will be taken offline.  Over the following months, those websites will be checked for compliance errors and corrected to meet the guidelines.  As each website is completed, it will be brought back online.  Sorry for any inconveniences this may cause. **

 

Richland #44 Daily Announcements

Thursday, May 24, 2018

 

Menu: Cook Cooks Choice(Elem) BBQ Chicken on a Bun(HS)

Friday: Cooks Choice(Elem) Sandwich(HS) Plate Count:

 

 

-The following students still owe for prom:  McKenzie B.

 

-Last day of school –  Friday, May 25th.

 

-Richland #44 High School Graduation – Sunday, May 27th, 2:00 p.m.

 

-Anyone interested in working at the school board election contact Kendra – 701-372-3713 or Kendra.L.Dockter@k12.nd.us

 

-A semester of Trigonometry will be offered this summer, 4 hours a day for 15 days in June. It will count for 1/2 of a math credit.  It will be open to next year’s Juniors and Seniors. We will meet Monday-Thursday (with the exception of Memorial Day) the last week in May through June 21st. We will meet in the morning, exact hours to be determined. Talk to Mrs Becker if you have questions.

 

-Final tests at the high school are scheduled for Wednesday, May 23rd to Friday, May 25th. Students need to be in school in time to take their first test and may leave after their last test of the day.

Schedules are available to the students in the commons area.

 

***NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on August 2, 2018 a Special School Board Election will be held in the Richland #44 School district for the purpose of electing school board members due to a recall.

Any Candidate for election as a member of the school board shall file with the Business Manager of the board not less than sixty-four (64) days before the election and before four o’clock PM. This means the deadline for filing is May 30, 2018. A statement which is mailed to the business manager shall be in the business manager’s physical possession be four o’clock on the sixty fourth day before the election. All times are Central Daylight Savings Times: (ND Century Code 15-2-23, 15-28-03, 04, 06, 07 and 09)

ONE MEMBER SHALL BE ELECTED FROM EACH OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

AREA 1 (one) – One member shall be elected from that portion of Eagle Township and that portion of Walcott Township included in the district and lying north of the Walcott Road. (1 year term)

AREA 3 (three) – one member shall be elected from the village of Abercrombie, (1 year term)

AREA 6 (six) – One member shall be elected from the village of Colfax, ND (2 year term)

 

Job Openings at Richland #44

Tech Coordinator:  Applicant should be able to work with hardware and software in the school buildings.  Applicant should also be able to work with teaching staff in developing technology based classroom instruction.

 

Athletic Director:  Seeking individual for Athletic Director.  Example of duties include scheduling games and workers, overseeing coaching staff, and being the athletic point of contact for the school.  Hours will vary.

For more information on hours and wages, please contact Kendra at Kendra.L.Dockter@k12.nd.us or 701-372-3713

 

Route Bus Driver – would run a route in the AM (roughly 6:45-8:15am) and PM (roughly 3:15-4:45).  Must hold current Class B Driver’s License with a passenger endorsement and pass an ICC physical.    Benefits include NDPERS Retirement

 

Upcoming Meetings:

Mon, July 23rdPTO – 6:00 p.m. in the HS library

 

PARENTS & STUDENTS:

Summer Camp registrations are now available.  Please visit https://richland44schooldistrict.weebly.com/athletic-camps.html for information on the following Camps:

Elem Basketball –Boys & Girls Grades 4-6 in Fall 2018

JH Basketball – Boys & Girls Grades 7-8 in Fall 2018. Forms can be picked up in the office.

Elem Volleyball – Girls Grades 4-6 in Fall 2018

Volleyball Cobber Camp

Girls Basketball/Volleyball Open Gyms – Grades 7-12 in Fall 2018

Camp dates, times, cost, and more can be found at this site.

 

ATHLETICS: 

Softball: Congratulations to the Varsity girls on placing 3rd last night and qualifying for the state tournament. They will play Bishop Ryan on Thursday May 31 at 6:30 pm in Jamestown

 

Varsity Track: Congratulations to our Track Athletes heading off to compete at the State Meet in Bismarck Friday and Saturday.  Wish them luck!

Kennedy Flaa – Triple Jump, High Jump and Long Jump

Blake Loomis – Shot Put

Cole Myers – 1600m run

 

Trap: *The Clay Target Team family night will begin at 5:00pm on Thursday, May 24.  We will have a picnic meal then have time to have a fun shoot.

 

ACTIVITIES/ORGANIZATIONS: 

Richland Community Calendar:  The Music Parents are again doing their community calendar fundraiser.  The calendar will include all school events as well as community events, birthdays, anniversaries, etc…. To order your calendar for next school year, go to http://richlandmusicparents.weebly.com/calendar.html or call Mark Aamold at ​(701) 353-8267 and leave a message.  Thank you for supporting the arts at Richland!

 

COMMUNITY INFORMATION:

-SEND Community Theater’s production of State Fair Auditions – May 30th, 7:00 pm @ Barney VFW Theater Hall. 11 Major Roles, many extras of all ages will be needed. Performances will be held July 19, 20, 21, 22 at the Barney VFW. For more info contact Cathryn Goerger – cathryncostello@mac.com or 701-210-1065.

 

Community Potluck – hosted by Christine Park Board. May 31st, 6-8 p.m. at the shelter

 

Helping Hands COMMUNITY PROJECT – June 2 at the Abercrombie Pavilion Park starts at 10am…please come help us make the park look great! (see Tessa or Austin that morning if you need a signature for volunteer hours)

 

Picnic in the Park – June 20th @ Abercrombie Pavilion Park– free will offering…proceeds will go towards improvements to the Pavilion Park grounds.  Come out and enjoy food, friends, & fun!

 

SAVE THE DATE:  ABER DAY 2018 JULY 21 – 5k, pancake breakfast, vendor blender 9am-4pm, parade@10:30am (start working on your floats), little miss & little mr AFD Rodeo princess & prince, rodeo@5pm & street dance 8pm(REDLINE)