The ASB Innovation Fundraiser kicks off today! Please watch this video for information and details. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC-dIP3ECM0
‼️ ‼️ OUR FUNDRAISER IS COMING TO AN END ‼️ ➡️ 📢Please send your child with their COMPLETED packet tomorrow, Tuesday, October 26th.
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Reminder: There is no school on Thursday, October 21st or Friday, October 22nd.
Dear ASB INNOVATION ACADEMY Parents, We are half-way through our sale! To be successful we need your support. WHY: To help fund our programs and school functions. GOAL: For our students to participate and sell 10 items. Shop Online and Share with Family and Friends: Email, Text & Post to Social Media! TO REGISTER: Visit: SupportMySchool.org or Text: Register to 636-202-1400 School ID: 137200 Student ID: (found on order form) The more email invites you send, the more supporters we will get! So, break out your email contact list, share on social media, and help spread the word! Register above to be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a Kindle Fire Tablet! Share with Family, Friends & Co-Workers Thank you so much for your support! ASB INNOVATION ACADEMY Questions about registration? Call Gifts N Things at 800-468-7511
Oct. 18-22 is the Week of Inclusion. Participate in some acts of service. Let someone know you are here for them. Help end social isolation and invite someone to eat lunch with you. Small changes can have a big impact! #bullyprevention #service #nooneeatsalone #hereforyou
This week for World Bullying Prevention Month we are STANDING UP FOR OTHERS! Tomorrow, let's support everyone by wearing your favorite color 💚💜💛 #bullyprevention #supporteveryone #standup
We would like to take a moment to remind drivers and pedestrians to be cautious around our schools. Parents, please remind your students about being a safe pedestrian, and drivers, please be sure to stop at all stop signs and watch for pedestrians. Thank you!
We are experiencing some phone issues throughout the district today. We are sorry for any inconveniences this may cause.
Check out our featured eighth graders in this edition of our 8th Grade Spotlight!
Williston Basin School District #7 takes the safety and security of our students and staff very seriously. Recently, our School Board passed board policy KAAB, School Volunteer Program. This policy states that anyone who wants to volunteer in our schools during the school day must submit to, and pass, a background test. While we understand that this may cause an inconvenience to some, we feel strongly that this policy is in the best interests of student and staff safety. For those of you who want to volunteer with events such as classroom parties, field trips, assisting with carnivals, fairs, field days, reading days, lunch in a classroom (not in the gym or lunchroom), etc., please contact Barb Erickson (701)572-1580 ext. 01012 or email@example.com. The school board has also passed board policy KAAA, Visitors in Schools. For the safety and security of everyone, those of you who want to visit our schools during the school day as spectators to watch assemblies, talent shows, programs, concerts, or to have lunch with your student in the gym or lunchroom, will need to have your current photo I.D. scanned at the front office and receive a visitor badge to wear during your time in the building. We appreciate your support in helping to keep our students and staff safe. If you have any questions, please contact your building administrator, or the Superintendent.
For anyone needing food assistance, Great Plains Food Bank will be in Williston today from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m.
Here's great way to help promote kindness this month! These monthly calendars offer 31 days of easy activities! #BeKind
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We will be featuring 12 eighth-grade students each month. If you missed the first 6, here is another look!
October's SEL Word of the Month: Compassion
October is World Bullying Prevention Month. To kick it off, we are encouraging all staff, students, parents, and community members to wear BLUE on Monday, October 4, 2021, to show support and make a statement against bullying. This is the first of several anti-bullying activities we have planned in our district. We would love to see our communities' involvement and support. If you would like to share photos of yourselves or your students wearing BLUE on Monday, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. *By submitting photos, you are giving authorization to WBSD7 to post those photos to their websites and/or social media feeds. For more information about #BLUEUP and Stomp Out Bullying, visit stompoutbullying.org. The SEL Word of the Month is: Compassion
UPDATED Parade Map for Friday! The Homecoming Parade starts at 4:00 pm on Friday, October 1st, starting at the Raymond Family Community Center, and ending at the Upper Missouri District Health Unit.