Track apparel for sale, store closes March 4th. Click the shop now button on the bottom of the page. https://artwork.bsnteamsports.com/v3/flyer/1121/112186/11218668/0e20a7/11218668-flyer.pdf
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Wisconsin Chili Lunch is Thursday.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Physics students gave egg drops another try with different challenges. This time they needed to design a container that was no larger than 4x4x4 inches to protect their egg. Eggs were dropped from increasing heights ranging from 1 meter to 3 meters. We had some unique design ideas with some fun results. Most students protected their egg from a height of 2 m, but 3 m was a bit more difficult.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Tonight's transition meetings for 8th grade and 11th grade families has been postponed due to unexpected illness. Notification will be shared when a new date is scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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You are invited to the first ever Forensics Family Night!!!
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
Forensics
There will be a Pep Rally for Cody Petersen Thursday, February 22nd at 9:00 AM to congratulate him and send him off to Individual State Wrestling. Public is welcome to attend.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Reminder: There will be transition meetings for current 8th grade families and current 11th grade families this Wednesday (February 21) at 5:30 and 6:45. Information will be shared out electronically if you are not able to attend!
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Congratulations to the Girls Basketball team-10 time Conference Champs! Special congratulations to Anna Fronk on scoring 1000 career points+.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Last night we unveiled a new scorer’s table that will be used for years to come in our gym. For 40+years when you looked over at our scorer’s table you could almost guarantee that you would see the smiling face of Bill “Barrell” Schroeder. Barrel was a lifelong resident of Bangor and embodied the Bangor Pride that makes our school district what it is today. Barrell was a 2015 inductee into the Bangor Athletic Hall of Fame as a contributor and just this year was recognized by the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association - as a Distinguished Service Award winner for his contributions to our school district. Bill passed away on October4th. A memorial was established in Barrell’s name and his family has donated that money to the district towards the purchase of our new scorer’s table. We unveiled this table in his honor, and thank him and his family for their years of support of the Bangor School District and Bangor Athletics.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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WWIS 99.7 FM will broadcast the Girls Basketball game on Saturday at 5:45 PM.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Check out the amazing artwork on display at the Public Library in Bangor this month. Mrs. Olson’s 7th grade artists did watercolor animal eyes and 8th grader artists created a Beyond the Border piece out of watercolor and ink. High school artists also got into the watercolor action creating a variety of watercolor technique pieces.
about 2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Congratulations to Alexa Heitkamp and Grace Giraud for representing Bangor FFA at the district Leadership Development Event on Wednesday evening! Good luck to Alexa as she moves onto the sectional contest in the Discussion Meet category! Sectional LDEs will be held in Galesville on March 12th.
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Notice: PRIME VENDOR REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) The Coulee School Nutrition Group is accepting RFP’s for a Prime Vendor for the 2024-2025 school year for Food and Supply Products until 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 14th 2024. Please direct all bidders and bid documents to Jesse Bender, Tomah’s Director of Food Service – jessebender@tomah.education or phone – 608-374-7363 RFP’s will be opened the same day at 9:00 a.m., Thursday March 14th, 2024 at the Sparta Administrative Center, 900 E. Montgomery Street, Sparta, WI 54656. Direct questions or informational requests to Jesse Bender, Director of Food and Nutrition Services, Tomah School District. Coulee School Nutrition reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to waive technicalities. Thank you, Emily Klunk Director of School Nutrition View RFP here: https://www.bangor.k12.wi.us/documents/district/about-bsd/nutrition-services/rfp/582485
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Congratulations to the following Middle School students, who are ALL moving on to the Level Two Forensics Competition. Please give a few accolades to: Rayna Arttus, Sylvia Bath, Mariana Lugo-Jimenez, Olivia Brickl, Abi Connot, Rian Lueck, Gretchen Risch, Grace Haag, Julianne Thielker, Olivia Brokopp, Addison Wilcox, Chase Bretz, and Julian Meiners. They all did very well on their performances and will be advancing to Level II at Westby on Thursday, February 22nd.
2 months ago, Bangor School District
MS Forensics
Last week, 13 Bangor FCCLA students competed in the WI FCCLA Region 5 regional STAR Event competition at WTC in La Crosse. Congratulations to the following students for all their hard work over the past few weeks putting together their educational projects! Megan Goede - Baking & Pastry Carson Sylla - Interior Design Alexa Heitkamp - Sustainability Challenge - Composting McKenna Keuler - Sustainability Challenge - Hydroponics Kaydence Bean and Charlotte Gollnick - Focus on Children - How Technology Affects Children Abby Lexa - Chapter in Review Display Aubree Gilbertson - Sustainability Challenge - What is America Feeding Us? Monroe Sebranek, Kilee Schuster, Callie Lictao - Professional Presentation - Effects of Diet Culture on Children Julianne Thielker and Grace Haag - Repurpose & Redesign - Towel Tote Bags Of these students, we have 11 state qualifiers - double the amount from last year! An honorable mention goes out to Sarah Adams and Rebekah Justinger, who are also competing in Chapter Website, which is an online-only event and has the chance to make it straight to Nationals. Please help us to extend a warm congratulations to all of these student leaders!
2 months ago, Bangor School District
FCCLA
Artists from Mrs. Olson's Bangor HS Art classes and from Mrs. Dahl's Black River Falls HS Art classes did a collaboration project that is hanging at CESA 4 in West Salem for the month of Feb. The project is titled, "Hearts of Kindness". Each student in Mrs. Olson's Drawing & Art Survey class created an 8x8 painted cardboard background to exchange with a BRF student and vice versa. Students then created a heart related artwork on top of the background they received. In addition, students wrote about themselves and included a photo weaving of themselves.
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Students in Ms. Beckman’s Anatomy and Physiology class created models and station cards about the parts of the Central Nervous System. Each student was responsible for researching their topic, creating a card to inform their classmates about it and make a model that shows what it would look like inside the body.
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Girls Basketball will not have a JV game tonight at Wonewoc-Center. They will play Varsity only at 7:00 PM.
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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"Students in 8th grade Spanish class learned about alebrijes, mythical creatures from Mexico. Alebrijes are often a combination of animals, and are covered in bright colors and creative designs. Each student designed and built their own alebrije and described the animals and colors they used in Spanish!"
2 months ago, Bangor School District
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Traffic Flow Update The concrete will be poured for our new weight room and locker room floors in front of the MS/HS on Friday of this week and next week on Monday and Tuesday. This is a lengthy process and will require multiple extra vehicles in our front drive during morning drop-off times. For this reason, through traffic in front of the MS/HS will be limited to buses only on Friday, Monday, and Wednesday. Please plan accordingly and allow the space needed for progress to continue on our construction projects!
2 months ago, David Brokopp
Concrete Pour