Community and School partnership makes the biggest impact. https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/lead/trending-news/engage-high-school-seniors-now-to-ensure-your-communitys-future-later #proudtobealion #wearelinton
On Saturday, May 30, 2020 there will be a statewide celebration of North Dakota's high school Class of 2020. Carson Wentz will give the commencement address, with special messages from Josh Duhamel, and Tigirlily. The occasion will be wrapped up with a performance by Tigirlily. The ceremony will be broadcast on North Dakota’s ABC television affiliates and streamed on the websites of Forum Communications Co.’s North Dakota newspaper properties: The Forum, The Jamestown Sun, The Dickinson Press, and the Grand Forks Herald. Tune in on May 30th at 2pm to celebrate the statewide Class of 2020!
The Master Calendar for Linton Public Schools 2020-2021 School Year is now available on our website. Click here to check it out: https://5il.co/gp64
Summer School Update: As the Governor offered further guidance we have updated our summer school plans. Please see attached letter for a new start date of June 1st. We also confirmed that instruction will be in person at the Linton School. Please contact Mrs. Flyberg or Mrs. Huber with interest by Friday May 22nd.
Fast Approaching is our Bus Route Pick-Up day happening Thursday, May 14th followed by an In-Town Drop Off day Friday, May 15th (details below) We are also very excited to see you all right from your home or placed around town during our Friday evening parade be sure to check the map for all the route details.
Reminder our Summer School Deadline is quickly approaching. Tentative Summer School Plans: Register your students by returning via google forms link or completing and mailing back attached form. https://forms.gle/n9gsotfmYZpx3fFc7
5/1/20 Survey Links: Elementary: https://forms.gle/feMne9G39iwHqXot6 Middle School: https://forms.gle/fwxjqJNNso1SDXWEA High School: https://forms.gle/CXwQsPfQy3t7dM3M7 We want to thank you for taking the time to fill out our google forms. These surveys have been our guide to implementing e-learning and helping to navigate this unchartered time. #inthistogether #wearelinton
Today is Hot Lunch Staff Appreciation Day, make sure to comment and give a shout out to Liz and Rita. They fill the halls with smells of fresh buns, fuel us all each day, and never miss a beat. We can't thank them enough for the role they play in making our school day successful. Without hesitation they took on the job to continue offering their lunches while we were all away and I must say they have knocked it out of the park. Text, post or comment to thank them for their dedication to our Linton Lions. #thankfulgratefulblessed
Stop and take time for fun, put your books aside and have a good laugh on us. We are so proud of all the work you do each day, so we wanted to share a little fun for you. Can you guess your teacher Bitmoji style? Laughter really is the best medicine!! #inthistogether #laughterfuelsyoursoul #gamesarelearningtoo
Tentative Summer School Plans: Register your students by returning via google forms link or completing and mailing back attached form. https://forms.gle/n9gsotfmYZpx3fFc7
"Our current world is filled with changing statistics, uncertain outcomes, and heightened emotions. Take some time to rebuild your internal landscape with a focus on foundation. Which emotional needs are being met, and which require some nurturing? When you let go of something that no longer serves you, you’re letting yourself evolve and grow, choosing a new path that is full of possibility. That decision is filled with grace and dignity." Listen to Checking In with Susan David (from TED) for clear and actionable tools to maintain mental health in the face of a global pandemic. http://ed.gr/cc3cs
Happy Administrative Professionals Day to Marcia, Donna, Lacey these ladies are the constant in our school. They are apart of almost everything that happens each day, so today we get to give them a shout out and remind them how important to all us they are. Send them a message or post a comment to make them feel extra special today.
K-6 Students & Parents: The Elementary Yearbook staff is requesting your help! The distance learning platform we are currently using is an important part of our story this year. We would like to feature pictures of the students in their “new” classrooms. Please submit a picture of your child in their new workspace. Examples include: the student sitting at their desk, in front of their computer, writing, coloring etc. Also, if your child participated in the social media movement #aworldofhearts please submit a picture of them by their hearts in their window. You can submit your pictures by putting them in the comments of this post or by emailing them to Mrs. Jangula @ email@example.com Thank you!
Linton School will be joining many school districts across the state in turning on our football field lights tonight (April 3rd) from approximately 7:00 - 9:30 PM. This is our way of honoring our students, staff, and community members in this time of distance education while our school buildings are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These bright lights in Linton serve as a symbol of hope and assurance that our students remain in our hearts and minds as we "educate from a distance". GO LIONS!
Weekly Survey - April 3rd We broke the survey's down by grade level to help us gain more specific data to better reach then needs of our students. As always we appreciate your feedback! Happy Friday. High School: https://forms.gle/imuJVMV9uDsUHf4o8 Middle School: https://forms.gle/ha47pUoeC8kSqZFs6 Elementary: https://forms.gle/yEvM1EQ9szdvEuCq7
As we embark on our new e-learning platform journey, your feedback and guidance are critical in helping our school develop the best plan we can for the students at LPS. Please take the time to complete this short survey. Have a great weekend! https://forms.gle/9Mhvn71GqfPbuJMx7
Good Evening LPS families, We hope this tutorial can guide you through a few new features on our website, and answer any Google Classroom questions you may have. https://youtu.be/HmOsgK1HjDA We are so excited to see the kids already using and navigating the new e-learning platform along with our LPS teachers! We are sure to grow and come out stronger than ever as a community through this trying time! Mr. Schirado and Mrs. Huber
Dear Linton School Parents, Thank you to those that were able to participate in our 3:00 PM Zoom Parent meeting today. Unfortunately, our public meeting was hacked by someone with malicious intent. I sincerely apologize for this happening during our meeting! We have contacted law enforcement to help us investigate this occurrence. Zoom customer service has also been informed of this incident. In the meantime, we have purchased Zoom Pro for any future public zoom meeting, which has 256 bit TLS encryption, is HIPPA and FERPA compliant, and uses privacy practices and technical security measures to ensure that customer data is even more protected. In addition, Zoom security features have also been vetted for maximum protection from outside users. Zoom meetings between teachers and students at Linton School are private meetings that take place by email invitations through password protected accounts – helping to prevent such an occurrence from taking place. Tonight’s 7:00 PM Zoom Parent Meeting has been pre-recorded, and a link will be posted for all interested families to view by 6:45 PM. Any follow-up questions can be directed to Linton School administrators. We will continue to do our best to offer timely communication that allows you to be an active participant in the education of your child. Respectfully, Paul Keeney Superintendent
We are excited to visit with you in a few short minutes. Topic: Principal's Update Time: Mar 26, 2020 02:55 PM Join Zoom Meeting https://zoom.us/j/748421429
Dear Pk-12 families, Mr. Schirado and Mrs. Huber will be holding two online meetings on Thursday, March 26th. During this time, we will do our best to answer any questions that you may have for the administration. If you are unable to get logged in during the meeting times, please know that we plan to continue having these online meetings as needed. Below is some key information for attending the meeting... -Limits: We have a 100 person limit and a max of 40 minutes for each meeting. -Joining the Meeting: We will put a link on our website live feed, Twitter, and Facebook page and text it out about 15 minutes before the meetings begin. You will simply click the link, download Zoom, and then you will be able to join the meeting. -Times (Thursday, March 26th): 3:00 PM (link will be sent out at 2:45 PM) 7:00 PM (link will be sent out at 6:45 PM) We look forward to visiting with you!
Today from 11:00am-3:00pm we invite all non-bus students to pickup their belongings that our staff has bagged up for you. Grades K-6 can pick up their items at the door H-1 located in the west parking lot. Grades 7-12 can pick up their belongings at the high school office entrance. Lunch pickup for those that have called in is @ noon in the East parking lot at the kitchen door labeled K-1. All belongings of bus students have been put on the buses and will be delivered today. Thank you!
Catch up on all the latest events surrounding education at Linton Public School by going to our COVID-19 tab on our website and news feed.
What's happening @ LPS... We already miss our students buzzing through the halls and hope this post finds you safe and healthy. We have been busy planning and creating infrastructure to be a place for you to find all the news and links in the days ahead. First, check out 2 new links on our website. https://www.linton.k12.nd.us/o/lintonps Second, read "News" which includes a parent informational letter on possible E-Learning platforms in the event of an extended closure. https://www.linton.k12.nd.us/article/212896?org=lintonps However, we hope to see your smiling faces in the very near future.
Your Urgent Attention is Required as we collect data for our continued educational supports. Please complete survey linked below. https://forms.gle/Vdy1MTcUKAnE7YDc7
Good evening, Due to the executive order of North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, as well as prudent action on the part of public education in North Dakota, we are closing school for grades PK-12 from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 20, 2020 due to ongoing concerns of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will continue to provide further communication on our district website, mobile app, and school Facebook page as new information becomes available.
As of March 13, 2020 – 2:45 pm Due to the Emergency Declaration issued by President Trump, the NDHSAA will suspend play at the 2020 NDHSAA Class A State Basketball Tournament and the 2020 NDHSAA Class B Boys Basketball State Tournament. In addition to the 2020 NDHSAA State Tournaments being suspended, all remaining fine arts and spring sports seasons have been suspended indefinitely, which includes practices and game contests. Further information will be release as it become available.
The Radio 3 Students have returned from a fun and successful trip to the 80th Annual Intercollegiate Broadcast System Conference in New York where they have brought home 19 Golden Microphones (with 3 announcements still coming) compared to 5 last year. Out of 88 High Schools and over 3,000 nominations in 72 categories involved in the IBS the Linton High School Radio Program was one of the top 10 schools receiving nominations...Well Done Radio Broadcasting Program!
COVID-19 Update and Precautions As a precautionary measure, Linton Public School has been working closely with the North Dakota Health Department to combat the potential for the COVID-19 virus to enter our state. Currently, there are no reported cases of the Coronavirus in North Dakota. Feel free to use the following link to stay current on state guidance and cases as they develop www.health.nd.gov/diseases-conditions/coronavirus We will continue to take active measures to keep our facility clean and safe as we do each and every year during flu, cold, and allergy seasons. We will continue to monitor the virus and its potential impact on our school district, taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community.
What a busy week of events! Our 5th and 7th grade classes brought their science knowledge to display at our local science fair! The projects were wonderful. A special congratulations to our top five 7th graders as they move on to compete at regionals on March 17, in Mandan. Good Luck Gentry, Brooke, Amber, Zach, and Gavin.
This week our 3rd graders had a special guest come and talk to them, Linton Mayor Dan Imdieke. The students learned about what our mayor does for our community, how we keep our city clean, and how we strive to attract and retain businesses and community members. Thank you Mayor Imdieke for coming to our school!
The Linton-HMB Lions will take on the Oakes Tornadoes at approximately 7:30 PM in the opening round of the Region 3 BBB Tournament on Monday, March 9th. FAN BUS: There are sign-up sheets in each of our offices for interested students wanting to ride a fan bus to the Region 3 BBB Tournament on Monday. The bus would leave Linton School at approximately 3:45 PM from Linton School. It will cost $5/student to ride, and the bus will stop at Jamestown for students to purchase their own supper prior to arriving at the Jamestown Civic Center. Student admission to the games is $5.25. Deadline to sign up for the fan bus is noon on Monday, March 9. GOOD LUCK LIONS!
Lion wrestlers wrapped up their season this past weekend at State with 2 podium placers. Senior Jaden Bosch #175 brings home at 6th place finish and Trey Jacob #140 wrestles into a 4th place finish. Garett Zink’s grit placed him just shy of a podium finish and Blake Ketterling’s 8th grade appearance at State is quite the accomplishment. Congratulations to all the Lion wrestlers on their season! #lionpride
SPEECH RESULTS from the Kulm Speech Meet on Saturday, Feb. 22: Caleb Blaze, 1st and State Qualifying in both impromptu speaking and poetry interp Brayden Byers, 1st & SQ in radio broadcasting, 3rd in speech to inform Loren Wolf, 1st in speech to persuade; 7th in humorous interp Katie Heidrich, 2nd in humorous interp; 8th in humorous duo with Jordan Heidrich Laura Hovland, 2nd in radio broadcasting Jessa Heidrich, 4th in serious prose; 4th in speech to inform Abigail Percel-Klein, 6th in serious prose Sydney Giese & Nautica Geestman, 4th in serious duo Nicole Lawler, 5th in speech to entertain; 6th in serious duo with Natalie Ballensky Elayna Meier, 8th in speech to inform Novice Awards (top 7th, 8th, or first year 9th grader) Jordan Heidrich, dramatic interp Lenora Wolf, serious prose Peyton Sauter, humorous interp Peyton Sauter & Kraysten Brueckner, humorous duo Zabrina Parker and Isabella Miller also competed but did not place. This tournament also had team awards. Linton-Strasburg/Zeeland placed 2nd with 91 points. Great Job Speech Team!
GOOD LUCK to our Lady Lions tonight as they take on the Carrington Cardinals @ approximately 7:30 PM in the opening round of the Region 3 Tournament. If you cannot make it to Jamestown you can catch the game on Linton High School's Radio Station Outlaw Country 100.1, BEK Cable Channel 22, the radio's website www.klhslintonhigh.com or the Android Phone App. Pregame should start around 7:15pm with the tip off at 7:30pm. Brayden Byers has the call...If you can't make it join him!
State Tournament Update: First Round of state wrestling is in the books. Trey Jacob wins by 12-5 decision and Senior Jaden Bosch wins by a pin, advancing both to tonight's quarterfinals. Blake Kettering and Garett Zink both lost by a pin.
Good Luck to our very own Jaden, Trey, Garett, and Blake today at the State Wrestling Championship in Fargo. Follow along with all the wrestling results at www.trackwrestling.com and watch live Friday and Saturday’s evening events on BEK TV. #resliencyandgrit #lionpride Congratulations to our 2001 Alum Nick Ibach as he will be inducted into the North Dakota Wrestling Hall of Fame. #hometownproud
Our Lady Lions brought home a 3rd place finish in the District 6 Basketball Tournament. Congratulations to Teegan Scherr, JayCee Richter, and Erica Umber on earning a spot on the All-District Team. Sending our Lady Lions all the luck as they prepare for the Regional Tournament, Monday where they take on Carrington in the final game of the evening.
BBB Games for Tonight: JH will be playing Strasburg-Zeeland @ 4:00 PM in the High School Gym. The JV will be taking on Underwood @ 6:00 PM followed by the Varsity @ 7:30 PM. Reminder - it is Parent's Night.
TONIGHT'S GBB GAME: Just a reminder the games are @ 5:30 & 7:00 PM in Oakes.
Our BBB team will be taking on Strasburg-Zeeland tonight @ 7:30 PM. You can watch that game on BEK Sports Plus East (KRDK). Our GBB team travels to Herreid. The game will be broadcasted on the NFHS network. Varsity game will begin @ 8:00 PM. You can find the link here: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/linton-high-school-linton-nd?utm_source=braze_automation&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Clell%20Wade%20Event%20Alert GOOD LUCK TEAMS!
REMINDER: This week is Kindergarten Registration for the 2020-2021 school year. Please visit the Elem/MS Office to register and bring a copy of your child's birth certificate and immunization records.
JH BBB CHANGE: tomorrow (Saturday, Feb. 1) there will only be 1 game played @ Shiloh. The game will be at 11:00 AM.
WRESTLING CHANGE FOR TONIGHT: Linton-HMB will be facing Bismarck JV @ 5:30 PM tonight instead of 6:30 PM.
BASKETBALL FANS: KSJB 600 AM will be broadcasting all 4 of tonight's games @ the Jamestown Civic Center. The schedule is as follows: 3:00 PM: Medina-PB vs. Strasburg-Zeeland (Girls) 4:30 PM: Medina-PB vs. Strasburg-Zeeland (Boys) 6:00 PM: Central Cass vs. Linton-HMB (Girls) 7:30 PM: Central Cass vs. Linton-HMB (Boys)
ALL high school parents are invited to attend a meeting for the Grad Finale/Post Prom committee on Wednesday January 15th, 7:00 pm at the Kelsch, Kriz & Associates, PC building on the rental side. The agenda is as follows: -select a date for the event (graduation night or prom night) -fundraising -election of co-chairs We need your help to make this event a success. Please let Jodi Kelsch know if you can’t make the meeting but have thoughts on any of the agenda items. Thank you!
BASKETBALL FANS: Come out and support the Girls Basketball Team tonight (January 9th) @ HMB as they take on Underwood. The JV game will begin at 6:00 PM with the varsity following at 7:30 PM. Tomorrow night (January 10th) the Boys Basketball Team will take on the Lamoure Loboes in Linton. There has been a C squad game added, starting at 4:30 PM, JV at 6:00 PM and varsity tip off at approximately 7:30 PM. Saturday (January 11th) the JV GBB team has a home game vs. Century @ 10:00 AM. The boys C squad will take on Century @ noon followed by the JV @ 1:30 PM in Linton.
JH BBB Changes: JH BBB on Jan. 3rd @ Herreid has been moved to Jan. 14 at 4:00 PM. JH BBB on Jan. 13 has been moved to Jan 23rd @ Medina at 4:30 PM. Each date will be one game plus an extra quarter or two.
During the Thanksgiving season, we take a moment to reflect on the many things we can be thankful for. This year we have been offered a wonderful opportunity by the Weiser and Keller family to help them pay back a wonderful organization. Please join us in this K-12 opportunity, all the details are below!
BOYS BASKETBALL APPAREL: Linton-HMB BBB Online Apparel Store Log-In Instructions Website: https://niscstore.mybrightsites.com/ Click on “LOGIN” upper right side of page Locate the New User Registration box, and fill in info: (NO GROUP PASSWORD) Click: Create Account You will see the Linton BB Tab hold cursor over and you should see “SPIRIT GEAR” tab click to enter store. *This online store is open now through Sunday, December 1, 2019.
LEA SCHOLARSHIP - The Linton Education Association is now accepting applications for the $500 Scholarship which is awarded to a former Linton High School student who is majoring in education and who is a junior or senior in college. Applications and/or more information can be obtained by contacting Nicole Purintun or Annette Pavlicek, Linton Public School @ 254-4173. The application must be postmarked by February 1, 2020.
END OF THE YEAR FOOTBALL POTLUCK - There will be an end of the year potluck for our football team on Sunday, November 24 @ 5:30 PM. Everyone is welcome!
November 18-22, 2019, is American Education Week and we want to take the time to highlight the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students, and community in a unified effort to build great public schools. Each day we will spotlight the different people who are critical in building our amazing team here at Linton Public School. We all play an important role in education and we want to recognize all of that amazing work. Friday, November 22: Substitute Educators Day. This day honors the educators who are called upon to replace regularly employed teachers. They take our phone calls day or night and arrive ready to wear countless hats. In a moment’s notice, they can be here and with no hesitation, fill the shoes of endless people. Without our amazing substitute teachers, we could not make each day happen. So, if you see these special people in town today, thank them for being the jack of all trades at Linton Public School. #Reach.Educate.Inspire
November 18-22, 2019, is American Education Week and we want to take the time to highlight the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students, and community in a unified effort to build great public schools. Each day we will spotlight the different people who are critical in building our amazing team here at Linton Public School. We all play an important role in education and we want to recognize all of that amazing work. Thursday, November 21: Education Support Professionals Day. Each day we arrive at school, and things are orderly and tidy, warm and safe, and the smells of yummy buns already linger in the halls. Our bus drivers rise earlier than the rest to ensure each of the students arrives safe and timely. While Francis and John stay late, and James is the first to come, you can bet it's all put back and shiny, ready for the halls to fill and the classrooms to buzz with learning. The moment you walk in if your tummy needs to be fed, Liz and Rita have just what you need warm and tasty to fuel our bodies for learning. Although they may not reside within the four walls of a classroom, these individuals are the catalysts that make this school run. If you see our bus drivers, janitors, and or cooks, today's the day to say a big THANK YOU! #Reach.Educate.Inspire
November 18-22, 2019, is American Education Week and we want to take the time to highlight the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students, and community in a unified effort to build great public schools. Each day we will spotlight the different people who are critical in building our amazing team here at Linton Public School. We all play an important role in education and we want to recognize all of that amazing work. Wednesday, November 20: Paraprofessionals Educators and Administrative Staff: We stop today to recognize our amazing paraprofessionals and administrative support staff, who walk along side of our teachers and admin daily to support all of our students. Handshakes, hugs, and reminders of gloves, they are there with just what is needed. Your phone calls are greeted with a friendly hello by Donna, Lacey or Marcia. These ladies know the schedules of many and the phone numbers of all. Their commitment to all our staff and students is endless. If you see these amazing ladies today give them a huge thank you! #Reach.Educate.Inspire
November 18-22, 2019, is American Education Week and we want to take the time to highlight the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students, and community in a unified effort to build great public schools. Each day we will spotlight the different people who are critical in building our amazing team here at Linton Public School. We all play an important role in education and we want to recognize all of that amazing work. •Tuesday, November 19: Parents Day. We are proud that you have picked us to be your child’s educator, but today we tip our hats to you. Research proves that parent involvement is critical in creating a successful educational experience. Today we thank you for the nights spent looking over homework, studying spelling words, reading together, and embracing those educational moments at home that make the difference. Your support is obvious everywhere we go whether it be from the sidelines of a game, a good nighttime story, serving team meals, packing snacks or celebrating a good paper. We see your dedication to education and can’t thank you enough for your support! #Reach.Educate.Inspire
November 18-22, 2019, is American Education Week and we want to take the time to highlight the importance of bringing together educators, parents, students, and community in a unified effort to build great public schools. Each day we will spotlight the different people who are critical in building our amazing team here at Linton Public School. We all play an important role in education and we want to recognize all of that amazing work. November 18: Teacher Day: We can’t thank our teachers enough for their continued dedication to shaping our students. Each day they present engaging lessons to our students to shape and mold them into successful students and citizens. Their countless hours of tireless work are truly appreciated. They wear numerous hats to represent all the opportunities we offer at LPS. If you see a teacher today share a big thank you with them!! #Reach.Educate.Inspire
Please join our FBLA group for a HOLIDAY PAINT NIGHT on Tuesday, November 19 @ 6:30 PM. Please register online @ https://bit.ly/2C1Jvgf Please see poster for more details.
LION FANS - come out and cheer on your Lady Lion Volleyball team tonight @ 5:00 PM as they play LLM for 3rd place in Region 3. GOOD LUCK!
ELKS FREETHROW CONTEST for Boys & Girls ages 8-13 is on Friday, November 15th @ 5:00 PM in the HS Gym. Any questions please contact Jon Richter.
This is Superintendent Keeney with an important message from Linton School. Linton School will be in a "soft lockdown" tomorrow as a precautionary measure to the events of the ND Public Service Commission hearing taking place at the Emmons Co. Courthouse regarding the proposed Pumping Station in rural Linton. A "soft lockdown" means that school will go on as usual inside our building. However, the doors will remain locked all day tomorrow and no one will be allowed to enter or exit the building unless it is an emergency situation. If your student has an appointment tomorrow, I am asking you to reschedule, especially if it is in Linton, if you are able. Parents of students in "old town", and those that live in town and walk to school, are asked to drive their children to and from school tomorrow. We will provide busing to our in-town students, who would otherwise have to walk home, but you need to inform either office if this is necessary for your student. These measures are simply a saftey precaution to keep all of us safe as the public hearing process is completed. The hearing will be broadcast on BEK TV, and is also linked to a YouTube channel that can be found on the ND Public Service Commission website. Thank You.
IT"S GAME DAY!! Good luck to the Linton-HMB Lions Football Team as they play in their semi-final playoff game in Cavalier today @ 2:00 PM. https://www.bek.coop/bek-tv/bek-watch-now/ #lintonhmblions #playhard #oneheartbeat
FOOTBALL FANS: The 9-man State Playoffs (Semifinals) game between Linton-HMB and Cavalier @ 2:00 PM will be livestreamed through BEK @ https://www.bek.coop/bek-tv/bek-watch-now/
Wrestling Apparel is now available to order - deadline is November 12th. https://lions19wrestling.itemorder.com/sale?read_message=true
Lions win!! Linton-HMB 28 Beach 14
Linton Public School Website Notification of Interactive Dashboard North Dakota has an accountability system reported through Insights, more commonly referred to as the “Dashboard.” The Dashboard contains reports that display the performance of school districts, schools, and student groups on a set of state and local measures to assist in identifying strengths, challenges, and areas in need of additional support. North Dakota’s Insights website is designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools – including ours. The North Dakota Dashboard features easy-to-read reports on multiple measures of school success, including test scores, graduation rates, English Learner progress and attendance. The Dashboard replaces the former School District Report Card and Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports. Please note, the data made available to the public masks or hides data for groups with 10 or fewer students to protect confidential information about individual students. For questions concerning K-12 education data, please contact the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction. Phone: (701) 328-2260 You may also direct questions regarding our specific district data to Secondary Principal, Michael Schirado at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final score of today’s playoff game: Linton-HMB 24 Surrey 12. Great job Lions!! Next Saturday the Lions will host Beach 🏈
Upcoming flu clinic on October 22nd, from 1-4pm @ LPS. More information provided on the website: click Explore, Links and flu consent form.
2019 Linton-HMB Lady Lions Basketball Fan Apparel Order Follow directions below to make your order to get 2019 Lady Lions Basketball gear. Certain items will allow a name on the back if desired. The store will close on October 31, 2019, so be sure to get your orders in! 1. Go to www.rambow.com 2. Enter store code: LLBKB 3. Choose from the items pictured and many more!
Tonight's football game between Linton-HMB and Hettinger-Scranton will be on 1490 AM radio. Game time is 6:00 PM CDT. Good luck LIONS! https://www.kndcradio.com/
The Linton-HMB @ Hettinger-Scranton Football Game scheduled for tonight at 7:00 PM CDT has been postponed to Monday, October 14th at 6:00 PM CDT. The game will be played at the Henry Biesiot Activities Center, home of the DSU Bluehawks in Dickinson, ND.
Alert System Update: With a snowy forecast projected for this week, we would like to take this time to share the notification channels used by LPS. In the event of inclement weather, the school may be late, dismissed early, or closed, the following forms of communication will be utilized to notify our students, parents, staff and other patrons: A notification will be sent out via our emergency notification system, including voice calls, and text messages. A notification will be posted to our Website, App, Facebook, and Twitter. Radio & TV stations will be notified: KFYR, KXMB, WDAY west, and 550 AM radio If your phone numbers have changed, please contact the Office (701) 254-4717 or Elementary Office (701) 254-4173 to provide us with the most up to date contact.
This week's high school classroom happenings: Mrs. Wald's Small Business Ownership Class traveled to Bismarck Larks's to meet the General Manager John Bollinger. They also participated in the One Million Cups Presentation. High School Student Council is proud to announce they had a busy day at their annual fall Blood Drive. Thank you for transforming the lives of others with your blood donation.
The Lion Varsity Football Team had a joint football practice with the 5/6th grade team today. Both teams had a blast! The varsity did a great job of showing the young kids how to work hard and the elementary team helped remind the old guys why they started playing this great game in the first place! It was a great day to be a Lion! 🏈
FOOTBALL GAME-Friday night's football game in Beach will be broadcast on The Mix 105.7 FM, and will be streamed live at www.themix1057.com GOOD LUCK LIONS!
Homecoming Parade Update It looks like the rain will be holding off until later this evening. Our LPS Homecoming Parade will go on as scheduled. The parade will take place downtown and will start at approximately 2:55.
Elementary, Jr. High and JV Football Schedule Changes from Athletic Director Keeney: 9/23/2019: Elementary Football Triangular at Kidder County. Bus leaves at 3:00 PM, first game for Linton-HMB is at 5:00 PM 9/23/2019: Jr. High and JV Football HOME vs. Napoleon-GS at 5:00/6:30 PM
Homecoming Parade Weather Watch Weather permitting, The LPS Homecoming Parade will continue as planned downtown tomorrow at 2:55. In the event that it is raining, we will have a small parade in the high school gym. We will determine the location at noon tomorrow.
The Scholastic Arctic Adventure Book Fair has arrived and is set up in the Middle School Library. The Book Fair creates a lot of excitement for students. We will be doing the following activities along with the fair. 1. Preview Time - students can create their wish lists. 2. K - 5 Classroom Bingo - class that gets Bingo first receives $25.00 to spend at fair. 3. Family Event Drawing - register your student for $25.00 in free books from the fair. 4. Poster Give Away 5. All for Books - donate money to bring more books to our school libraries. I highly recommend giving your child the gift of reading! Come check out the Scholastic Book Fair! Rhea Flyberg - Coordinator
Our Lady Lions volleyball team jumped out to an early lead in a 3-0 victory over district 6 opponent, the Kidder County Wolves. Great job Lady Lions!
On Thursday, October 10th our Volleyball Team will be hosting “Ace it for Asher” night during their games vs. Edgeley-Kulm which begin at 5:00 PM. Proceeds from this fundraiser will be given to the family of Asher Sorrels. Asher Ryan Sorrels, son of Tony and Emma ‘Leier’ Sorrels and brother to Easton and Edison, was diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) at 20 weeks. HLHS is a birth defect that affects normal blood flow throughout the heart with the left side not functioning properly. Asher had two of three surgeries at the Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis before going into heart failure. He has now been added to United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) as a 1A status for pediatric heart transplant and will remain in the hospital until a heart becomes available. After overwhelming support of this t-shirt fundraiser it was decided to open it up again for additional orders. All t-shirt proceeds will go directly to the Asher Sorrels family to help cover medical and traveling expenses along this journey. *Please see order form for more details and watch our facebook page for additional information closer to the benefit.
The visiting Lady Lions volleyball team stormed back to a 3-1 victory over Shiloh Christian this evening. Way to go Lady Lions!
ELEM. & JH FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ADDITIONS: The elementary football team has scheduled two games with Kidder County for Thursday, September 12, 2019 at Steele. The first game begins at 4:30 PM. This is an addition to their current schedule due to cancellations to start their season. The Jr. High football team has rescheduled their home game vs. Ellendale/Edgeley-Kulm to Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 5:00 PM.
The Lions football team was victorious in their home opener with a 34-14 win over the Kidder County Wolves. The Lions are off to a 3-0 start to their season, and have a bye in week 4. Great job Lions!
What are PD Days on our calendar? Professional Development Days for our staff are days where our teachers can collaborate and grow as life-long learners for the betterment of the Linton School District. Please note that on the following professional development dates this school year, there will be no school for students: September 13th, November 8th, February 7th, and April 3rd. Thanks!
Congratulations Lady Lion Volleyball on your 3-0 victory over the South Border Mustangs!
The Linton-HMB Lions Football team is off to a 2-0 start after earning a 38-20 victory over South Border in week 2!#LionPride
Due to a recent cancellation, the Linton-HMB JV football team will be back on the gridiron to take on Southern McLean in Washburn on Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 6:30 PM.
Jr. High Volleyball Update: The Linton-HMB volleyball team will be tangling with the Mustangs from South Border on Thursday, Sept. 5, at 4:00 PM and 5:00 PM in the Linton School elementary gym to start their season! Good Luck Lady Lions!
ATTENTION LION FOOTBALL FANS: The football online store is re-opening! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get some sweet gear. The store will be open until Sunday night, September 1st at 11:59 pm. Click on the link below to browse the store. And remember, Universal Athletic is donating a portion of all sales back to the Lion Football Fundraising Account. Last order we received $500. Go Lions! https://lions19fb2.itemorder.com/
5th/6th GBB & VB The first practice for 5th/6th grade GBB has been moved to Monday, August 26, 2019, and will take place at Linton School since the high school VB players have a scrimmage in Center. Rachel Umber will be this year's 5th/6th grade coach. We are anticipating most practices will be at HMB School. The first Jr. High VB practice will begin on Wednesday, August 21, 2019, right after school in the small gym at Linton School. Trevor Kleineschay will be coaching the 7th/8th grade team. Good Luck Lady Lions!!
New face @ LPS: Tanner grew up on a farm 18 miles northeast of Linton and graduated from Linton High School in 2012. He received a degree in Mass Communications from Bismarck State College.Tanner is thrilled to be the K-12 Physical Education teacher at Linton Public School. Tanner is also the new head football coach for the Linton-HMB Lions. He had previously been working in Bismarck Public Schools the past four years.He and his wife, Rikki, are expecting their first child this fall. Tanner enjoys coaching and playing golf.
New Face @ LPS: Alicia was born and raised in Bismarck, ND. She attended North Dakota State University (Go Bison!) and got a dual degree with Valley City State University majoring in Elementary Education along with Human Development Family Science. After graduating, she taught in Strasburg for 6 years and married her husband Mark. Alicia recently received her Masters Degree from Concordia University, St. Paul, in Differentiated Instruction. She is excited to be our new K-6 SPED teacher. Alicia and Mark will be welcoming their first child the end of September. "I'm excited for this year, a year of changes!"
Middle School (5th-8th) Feel free to stop in and grab your schedules and locker combinations.
Elementary Football Players can check out their football gear on Tuesday, August 20th @ 3:30 pm. Practice will begin on Wednesday, August 21st @ 3:30 pm.
LINTON PUBLIC SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE On Thursday, August 15th from 5:30-7:00 pm we will be hosting an all school open house. Food will be provided and everyone is welcome! **Following the open house there will be a short Volleyball and Football parent meeting.
Parents & Guardians of Learners in grades 9-12: As we prepare to begin the school year, Linton High School is inviting learners to review their schedules and make potential changes for the upcoming school year. Mr. Schirado will work with learners in ITV Room 2 during he times below to answer questions and work through class schedules. If a learner cannot attend during these times they should contact Mr. Schirado viz email to discuss their schedule prior to the first day of school. August 12th - 8:30 am - 3:00 pm August 13th - 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Contact info for Mr. Schirado: email@example.com