It’s time to saddle up for our Wild West Book Fair!
Readers wanted Nov. 20-22!
Monday from 7:45a.m.--4:00p.m.
Band Concert--Monday Night!
7:00 P.M. --- Mon., Nov. 20th -- Auditorium
What a great season the Clay Target League has had this fall!
Our student-athletes took first in their Conference and ended the year strong with 11 of our student-athletes in the top 15. On the state level, Blake Legred tied for 3rd out of 2,930 athletes participating in the state for the Fall League, and Brayden Schultz ranked 8th.
Congratulations to Kim Stevermer for being named the
State Class A Tennis Assistant Coach of the Year!
The JUNIOR CLASS and the ROBOTICS TEAM are selling Reggie's Brew coffee to raise money for their respective events. See one of these students if you would like to order. You may also contact the office if you are interested. The coffee has been ground, labeled and is ready to brew! Additional items include cappuccino and hot cocoa mix, tea, and K-cup coffee.
7 Mindsets Training
On Oct. 23rd USC teachers learned about "The 7 Mindsets." Throughout the year, teachers will share these ways of thinking that, according to research, are commonly found among successful adults.
USC is adopting an ATTITUDE of GRATITUDE,
one of the powerful 7 MINDSETS!
United South Central School World’s Best Workforce Public Meeting Tuesday, November 21st in the Auditorium 5:00 p.m.
The district will present its “report card” to the community. The five areas of concentration are:
Kindergarten Readiness, Read Well by Grade 3, Closing the Achievement Gap,
Career and College Ready by Graduation, and Graduation Rates.
At the Powerful Learning Conference in New Prague, six USC educators participated in workshops about formative assessments, new Google applications, digital citizenship, science and technology applications for the regular classroom, 21st Century collaboration skills, and methods for encouraging more student engagement.
Click the picture and explore the USC's Winter Community Education offerings!
USC Students showed their ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE at today's
Veteran's Day program.
After the opening flag ceremony, participating veterans introduced themselves and were then honored by music, readings, student-made art, and guest speaker Ole Olson. Mr. Olson, Albert Lea, served in the military for 40 years.
Flexible Learning Plan Approved by School Board
The School Board approved a plan to implement up to three Flexible Learning Days in the event of emergency closings during the 2017-18 school year.
The approved plan includes changes that were prompted by parent and student feedback after last winter's Flexible Learning Day pilot. Read more about the plan by clicking here: