Bridging Brighter Smiles is holding their next dental clinic at Bangor Elementary on: Wednesday, October 28, 2020 It is not too late to enroll! Get your Back to School smiles ready! Sign up online at: http://enrollment.bbsmiles.org/ Professional Dental Services Provided Right at School Include: Oral Screening Dental Cleaning Fluoride Varnish Application Dental Sealant Placement Oral Health Education Referral Assistance Forward Health (BadgerCare) Accepted! (Other Private Dental Insurance Not Accepted) Not sure if your child is enrolled, or due for care? Call Bridging Brighter Smiles at 262-896-9891, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are delivering lunch next week Monday through Thursday. Please sign up ASAP: https://forms.gle/bhQbVrLgLgfAYuaM7
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? Meal service at Bangor School District looks a little different this year. Every child, 18 years and younger, in the school district boundaries is eligible for FREE breakfast and lunch (through December 31st, 2020 or until federal funds run out). While learning is face-to-face, students will be able to receive their free meals at school, and while learning is virtual, meals can be pre-ordered for delivery. Meals are free to all students regardless of their free and reduced status; by participating in school breakfast and lunch students are helping to support the school's nutrition program. For more information on ordering meals please visit the school's website at https://www.bangor.k12.wi.us/. Here is the link for ordering meals for the week of October 5th: https://forms.gle/TU1zYpGhTZ18Bshf6
Charter relaunches free internet offer for students, educators: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U4TYHgjCU8yygWFs4mP1tvEmYA7P-AWS/view?usp=sharing
The School District of Bangor is currently accepting applications for sub custodians, sub bus drivers, sub aides and sub cooks. Interested persons should send completed Bangor School District support staff application, available on website (www.bangor.k12.wi.us) or in our district office. Please return applications to Jody Kotek, Bangor School District, P.O. Box 99, Bangor, WI. Application deadline: until filled. EOE
Bangor School District Families, Exciting news! The USDA has extended the waiver for free meals for all children 18 and younger in the Bangor School District (**NOTE- The USDA has indicated these meals will be offered free of charge until December 31st, or until funds for this have been depleted-meaning that anytime this could change. If this occurs, a communication will be sent.) ***For those of you who have already ordered meals for this week- you will receive all meals, free of charge. Morning milk will continue to be available for students in 4K through 5th grade, but this is not included in the universal free meals. Meals will be delivered within the school district boundaries starting at 11 a.m. on planned school days. Deliveries will include lunch for the current day and breakfast for the following planned school day. Breakfast and lunch will be provided based off a planned menu of hot and cold meal options. Please refer to the menu at http://bangor.nutrislice.com/ or download the nutrislice app on your android or apple device and search for Bangor in the Find Organization section. Ordering forms are due Wednesday, the week prior. Please fill out a separate ordering form for each week and each child. If your child does not have a lunch PIN just enter 0. Order here: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/898148/Meal_Ordering_Information_Fall_2020.pdf
Last Call! Please send any first day of school pictures to email@example.com! We've loved to see so many faces this morning and can't wait to share!
Happy First Day of School! Although we may not be together in person, we ant to see your faces! Remember to please take your child's picture and send to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Check out our News link to stay updated on COVID-19 information: https://www.bangor.k12.wi.us/article/210628?org=bangor-school-district
Although the first day of school might look different this year, it still deserves a celebration! First Day of School photos may already be in your routine and we want to see them! Help show how we are #BangorStrong by sending your students’ photos to email@example.com. We miss you and can’t wait to see your faces!
Nutrition Services will be providing breakfast and lunch delivery while school is virtual the first month. This information applies to all students 4K-12, including those enrolled in CRVA. Morning milk will be available for students in 4K through 5th grade. Unlike the free meals during the unplanned school closure this past spring, the family meal account WILL BE DEBITED the traditional meal pricing unless your student qualifies for free/reduced meals. If you qualified for free/reduced benefits last school year, those benefits will carry over until October, 14th 2020. Don’t forget to submit a free and reduced application to renew your benefits or see if you qualify. You can apply online on JMC Online Access Ordering Form - Week of August 7th Due Wednesday, September 2nd
Ready for school supply pick up from 1-6pm today for students entering grades 3-12. Grades 3-5 stop by the elementary school north parking lot and grades 6-12 pick up at the middle/high school. See you there!
Nutrition Services will be providing breakfast and lunch delivery while school is virtual the first month. This information applies to all students K-12, including those enrolled in CRVA. Morning milk will be available for students in 4K through 5th grade. Unlike the free meals during the unplanned school closure this past spring, the family meal account WILL BE DEBITED the traditional meal pricing unless your student qualifies for free/reduced meals. If you qualified for free/reduced benefits last school year, those benefits will carry over until October, 14th 2020. Don’t forget to submit a free and reduced application to renew your benefits or see if you qualify. You can apply online on JMC Online Access Ordering Form- Week of August 31st: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeRaCalTaaZN_KAut7MPWVYXDjwK7K-m0OVUyQr390NnM1lKg/viewform?usp=sf_link Order is due August 26th
School Board approves move to spring for fall sports. Please see WIAA article for details. https://www.wiaawi.org/News/News-Article/board-defines-alternate-season-winter-spring-seasons-shortened.
Board of Education reconfirms virtual instruction platform for the month of September at the August 19 board meeting. Thank you parents for your understanding and support during these unprecedented times. #bangorpride @BangorPride
A big THANK YOU to the Bangor Lions for donating school supplies and funds collected during their recent cookout.
FREE AND REDUCED LUNCH INFORMATION Don't hesitate to apply! Forms are available on our website here: https://www.bangor.k12.wi.us/o/bangor-school-district/browse/48347
Bangor Teacher Selected for National History Day Summer Webinar Series :https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cmJDKIYk1kAso0BU6jZbC6tdhlqJeRIr/view?usp=sharing Congratulations Mrs. Baurichter!
The Special School Board meeting tentatively scheduled for tonight is cancelled.
Today's the day! Grab your party hats and get ready to celebrate our graduates at 3:00pm! Congratulations to the Class of 2020! https://youtu.be/bhbfZiNIrHM
The Board of Education approved a virtual instruction format for students PreK-12 for the month of September. More information to follow for parents in the coming weeks. Thank you parents for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.
Please enjoy a virtual choir celebration of the Graduating Class of 2020: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1EMBYG64GVwf7-HhyNvS1chsCjSXeJU5q/view?usp=drive_web
Coming Soon: The Bangor Class of 2020 virtual graduation video will be released at 3:00 pm on Saturday, August 1st.
Rick Bierbrauer, agricultural educator at the Bangor School District in Bangor, Wis., has received the Outstanding Early Career Teacher award from the Wisconsin Association of Agricultural Educators (WAAE). Mr. Bierbrauer was presented this award at the WAAE Professional Development Conference held virtually June 29-July 2, 2020. The first five years of teaching are similar to a roller coaster- some amazing highs, stomach dropping falls, with a handful of crazy twists and turns throughout- but an exhilarating ride in the end upon reflection. We would like to recognize some of our early career teachers whose vision for their profession utilizes the twists, turns, surprises and joys of everyday teaching to make them outstanding in their schools. Rick strives to create a classroom where nobody is afraid to ask questions, make mistakes, and fail- and how can we do this together. He models this philosophy in his daily life and the organizations he partners with. Rick always asks questions, problem solves and implements solutions. When Rick started at Bangor, no agriculture classroom existed. Through his perseverance, Bangor boasts not only a physical classroom, but a 20x40 greenhouse, numerous hydroponic systems, orchard, vineyard and community garden. The creation of community partnerships with key businesses and grants financed most of these experiential learning activities. Rick developed 9 new classes, allowing the FFA to grow more than 300% and maintain this level of membership. Mr. Bierbrauer shares his talents with WAAE as committee chair of the Instructional Kits committee, presents workshops at PDC, and currently serves as the Section 3 Vice President.
The Bangor School District in partnership with the La Crosse, Onalaska, Holmen and West Salem School Districts is offering full-time virtual instruction through the Coulee Region Virtual Academy. Please see the link for more information: http://bangorwi.apptegy.us/o/bangor-school-district/page/coulee-region-virtual-academy?mode=edit
A BIG Cardinal thank you to our local Knights of Columbus, Lions, and Fire Department Family Auxiliary for their donation to our food pantry at Bangor Elementary. This will go a long way in supporting our local families!
Just a note to remind students and families that healthy mouths = healthy bodies and to keep up good habits during this extra long “break”! Interested in more information? Click here to enroll: https://enrollment.bbsmiles.org/
To the Bangor Class of 2020 and Families, Earlier this spring we were hopeful that we could still have our in-person graduation ceremony on August 1. We realize how important and special the graduation ceremony is for seniors and their families. Unfortunately, due to the increase in COVID cases in the past month we are no longer able to have the in-person graduation ceremony. We have spent time over the past month looking at various options (outdoors, spacing, etc.) but any ceremony would still have to fit the parameters provided by the county. You will see a media release below from the School Districts of Bangor, Holmen, LaCrosse, Onalaska, and West Salem. Since we are all faced with the same parameters, all of the high schools have canceled our in-person ceremonies. We will have a virtual graduation ceremony which will be released as soon as it can be finished. We will also look at having a drive up diploma pickup after consulting with the health department and local police department. There will be further information regarding this at a later date. Rick Muellenberg Principal, Bangor Middle/High School La Crosse County 2020 Graduates and Families, As many of you know, the La Crosse County Health Department currently has La Crosse County at a Red Level (Severe Risk). We are following the recommendations of the county closely as it pertains to our students. As a result, the public high schools in La Crosse County regretfully must cancel our in-person graduation ceremony plans. We know that many students, families, and school district staff members look forward to this event each year and we have made this decision with a heavy heart. Principals from each public high school in La Crosse County will be in touch with families with any other information pertaining to their school. Sincerely, Bangor HS, Holmen HS, La Crosse Central HS, La Crosse Logan HS, Onalaska HS, and West Salem HS
Coaching Position Openings 2020-21: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/742596/Coaching_Positions_20-21.pdf
Any families that have not dropped school materials off at the Elementary or Middle/High school, today is the day! Stop up between now and 6pm, only takes a minute or so. Thank you to families that dropped off materials yesterday, went very well!
Material drop off at Bangor schools is open for business! Last names beginning with A-M today, 10-6. N-Z will drop off tomorrow from 10-6. See you soon!
This will be the final week for lunch deliveries, please sign up here for Monday -Thursday: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
The Coulee Region SPARKS Group has partnered with @Bright by Text to bring this program to you! Whether you're a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle, neighbor, or babysitter, Bright by Text can make caring for a little one easier! Expecting parents and those with children up to age 8 can receive free tips and learning games directly to your phone, text SPARKS to 274448 or go to www.brightbytext.org
Reminder-order your meals for Tuesday-Friday, May 26-29: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! https://drive.google.com/file/d/185RhtaKq68Sl1pzhHGxMrQKiuNoddhDj/view?usp=sharing
The West Salem/Bangor FFA Alumni, LA Crosse County Dairy Breakfast Committee, and the Bangor FFA donated 85 packages of dairy products to the Bangor and West Salem School Districts to be distributed with their lunches. This is the second time in 2 months they've donated dairy products. With the leftovers, the Bangor FFA donated 55 gallons of milk to WAFER food pantry
Please order your meals for Tuesday-Friday, May 26-29: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Congratulations to Bangor Middle School CTE Students of the Month! March: Kaylea Small April: Zackery Dewall Students were chosen for their excellent effort in Career & Technical Education classes including Agriculture Education, Business & Information Technology, Family & Consumer Education and Technology Education
Check out Week 3 of the Alphabet Countdown at BES! Thanks to everyone who sent in pictures - we can't wait to see what you send in to Mrs. Olson this week! https://tinyurl.com/yavb54y2
The link is ready to order meals for next week, May 18-22: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
This year Bangor HS will be represented in the @NationalHistory Day National Contest! Chance and Leo's group performance script will be sent to the virtual contest. Lauren and Molly's group website was also chosen as an alternate. Excellent job everyone!
Bangor High School National Honor Society and Student Council will be hosting a Blood Drive on Thursday, May 14th from 12:30 to 5:30 in the HS gym. Due to the current health emergency, the American Red Cross will only be taking blood donors with an appointment. Please call Emily Schmitz at 486-5237 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Check out Week 2 of the Alphabet Countdown at BES! Thanks to everyone who sent in pictures - we can't wait to see what you send in to Mrs. Olson this week! https://tinyurl.com/yavb54y2
Each week during this closure Mr. Johnson has been putting videos out on the “Bangor Elementary PTO” Facebook page. If your not following this awesome group please search them and like them. See what’s going on at Bangor Elementary!
Check out Week 1 of the Alphabet Countdown at BES! Thanks to everyone who sent in pictures - we can't wait to see what you send in to Mrs. Olson next week! https://tinyurl.com/ybhp374t
Our school librarian, Kate Olson, doing a great job connecting with our kids through story times during the school closure. See article in the Monroe County Herald. http://www.monroecountyherald.com/news/bangor-librarian-connects-students-and-families-through-story-time
AP Language and Composition chatted with author Jay Heinrichs. He wrote New York Times bestseller Thank You For Arguing (which the students have read pieces of) and How to Argue with a Cat. His closing message for them was to take the strategies that they're learning about argument to make change and to have faith that they can do so.
Due to Governor Ever's school closure order for the remainder of the school year, the graduation date for this year's Senior Class of 2020 has been moved to Saturday, August 1st at 1:00. #seniors #bangorpride @BangorPride.
Per Governor Ever's Emergency Order #28, all schools in Wisconsin will remain closed for the remainder of the school year.
Parents - a great way to keep your child excited about literacy during this time is to watch Mrs. Olson's daily story time videos and talk about the story together! https://sites.google.com/bangorsd.net/libraries/school-closure-resources/story-times-with-mrs-olson
Tentative date (if ballots are available from township and village clerks) for canvass of school board election now Wednesday, April 15 at 3:30 in the district office.
Board of Education regular monthly meeting this Wednesday, April 15th at 6:30 at the high school. Please see agenda on school website. Go to District link, then Board of Education and then Board Information and Agendas.
Reminder: order lunches for next week Tuesday -Friday: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
The original link to the WKBT story on our Michelle Harper was incorrect. Please click on the link below to see the piece. https://www.news8000.com/bangor-teacher-embracing-technology-to-keep-students-on-track/ @BangorPride #bangorpride
The Bangor Middle School/High School CTE Students of the Month for February 2020 are Siri Anderson and Makayla Challet. Career and Technical Education includes Agriculture Education, Business & Information Technology, Family & Consumer Education and Technology Education. Students were chosen based on excellent work in the classroom and related student organizations.
All buildings will be closed today, Friday and Monday due to the scheduled Easter break. Thank you. @BangorPride #bangorpride
A message from the staff at Bangor Middle/High School https://drive.google.com/a/bangorsd.net/file/d/1d7TQe4tzV5vhkXbs6Z8y709askdzQJQ7/view?usp=drive_web
Special Board of Education meeting on April 8 at 6:30 at the high school. Public hearing on applying to the Department of Public Instruction for a waiver on instructional hours due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Please see agenda on website under Board of Education.
Update: We will deliver meals for Monday through Thursday with two meals being delivered on Wednesday. Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Reminder: order lunches for next week Monday -Wednesday: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Parents, did you know Mrs. Olson is doing daily storytime videos to make sure your students don't miss out on library time while they are at home? You can watch the daily videos at this site. https://sites.google.com/bangorsd.net/libraries/school-closure-resources/story-times-with-mrs-olson
This morning we got the news that after a vigorous audition to get into the all state honors choir, the most difficult one to get into in the state, our own Jadyn Larson was accepted for the second time in her high school career! She will learn the music and perform it at the state convention next year. This is an amazing accomplishment and we are so excited for her. Congratulations Jadyn! #Bangor Pride
Reminder: Please sign up for meal delivery this week.
Governor Evers issued a Safer At Home mandates that takes effect tomorrow, March 25 until April 24. Our school will remain closed during that time.
The School District of Bangor plans to provide FREE Cardinal Pack lunches to students while school is closed starting March 24th until school is allowed back in session due to COVID-19. Lunch will be provided on scheduled school days and delivered to your residence between 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Any child in your household 18 years old or younger is eligible, but please be considerate to children who do not have access to food during non-school days. All orders must be placed by 2:00 p.m. the business day before delivery. Order Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdgIYppBI44E59J9XAB3jGlywEy2xecmJ3_Dolf5HlHZ0y6nA/viewform?usp=sf_link
National History Day® (NHD) is proud to announce that Mrs. Carlene Baurichter, a teacher at Bangor Middle-High School has been nominated by the NHD program in Wisconsin for consideration for the 2020 Hannah E. (Liz) MacGregor Teacher of the Year Award. https://tinyurl.com/v4nyj5b
https://sites.google.com/bangorsd.net/libraries/school-closure-resources/digital-reading-resources BSD Parents, please check out all of these e-reading options for your child while they are away from school
Due to the Wisconsin Department of Health's mandate today at 4:30 today (Tuesday, March 17th) limiting gatherings in any public space to 10 people or more, the Board of Education meeting scheduled for tomorrow night (Wednesday, March 18th at 6:30) is postponed until further information is available on public meeting guidelines connected to the mandate.
UPDATE: The last day with students will be tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17. School will be closed beginning Wednesday, March 18 through Friday, April 3 due to the mandate of Governor Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Health.
If you wish to excuse your child from attendance tomorrow due to underlying health concerns, please call the elementary or middle/high school office. Thank you.
The WIAA just canceled the remaining state girls basketball tournament games and the remaining boys sectional and state tournament games.
Our boys lose a heartbreaker in the sectional semi final to Blair-Taylor 61-62. So proud of these young men and coaches. @BangorPride @BangorBBBall #bangorpride
The Bangor Middle/High School Students of the Month for February 2020 are: [front row] Madison Bass (daughter of Ron and Renee Bass); Rylee Lyga (daughter of Mike and Jac Lyga); Halie Lictao (daughter of Jason and Hannah Lictao); Dominic Keivel (son Steve and Cheryl Keivel); [back row] Dustin Heitkamp (son of Jeff and Lyndsi Heitkamp); Peyton Bierman (daughter of Ben and Kally Bierman); Nathanael Wiggins (son of Eric and Jena Wiggins)
State and Sectional Ticket Refunds: If you purchased a state GBB or sectional BBB ticket, you may get a refund at the high school office on Monday, March 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. You must have the ticket in hand to receive a refund.
Eye in the Sky Sports will be hosting a live stream of tonight's sectional basketball event. Cost is $6.99. Click on the following link: https://www.eyeintheskysports.com/live-singular-event-hs.php?e=82148
There will be NO SCHOOL TOMORROW (Friday) to allow for deep cleaning by our maintenance staff.
The WIAA just announced that they are limiting each team in the state girls basketball tournament and the boys sectional and state tournaments to 88 tickets per team. Each player and coach will select four immediate family members to attend. There will be no other spectators allowed per the WIAA. Please see WIAA press release for more information. Full refund of tickets for both girl's state and boy's sectional will be done at a later date at school.
We have extra State Basketball t-shirts for sale in the high school office until 3:00 pm today for $12.00.
Bangor Girls State Semi-final game will be broadcast on WWIS Radio 99.7FM
Girls State Basketball t-shirts are available for order through the following link. Orders must be done online and are due by noon on Tuesday 3/10. Shirts will be at school on Thursday for pick-up. https://shop.pnpproducts.com/BANGOR-GIRLS-STATE-BOUND-2020_c72.htm
PEP RALLY: Thursday at 8:15 AM in the High School Gym. Public welcome. Come and share your Bangor Pride!
Girls Basketball State Semi-final Game vs Clear Lake at Green Bay: Tickets on sale in High School office along with FAN BUS sign-up from 3:30 Monday until NOON Thursday. Tickets are $10.00. Fan bus $5.00 for adults, students and staff free. Bus leaves at 6:30 AM Friday.
Boys Basketball Sectional game vs Blair/Taylor at Adams-Friendship: Tickets on sale in the High School office along with FAN BUS sign-up until 3:30 PM Wednesday. Tickets are $6.00 each, 6 and under $1.00. Fan bus $5.00 for adults, students and staff free. Bus leaves at 5:00 PM.
Tickets for Girls State Basketball Tournament go on sale in the High School Office beginning at 3:30 today.
There will be NO SCHOOL this Friday, March 13th as our awesome girl's basketball team will be playing in the state tournament at 10:45 a.m. at the Resch Center in Green Bay. Go Lady Cardinals!! @BangorPride #bangorpride #bangorcardinals
Just out the pairings for division 5 state girls basketball tournament. Our Lady Cardinals will play Clear Lake Friday at approximately 11:00 at the Resch Center in Green Bay. Good luck ladies! @BangorPride #bangorcardinals #wisgb
There will be a fan bus to the Girls Basketball Sectional Semi-Final game on Thursday. $5.00 to community members and students ride free. All people signed up must have a game ticket. Sign up in the High School office by 3:30 PM Wednesday. The bus leaves at 5:30 PM.
Girls Basketball Sectional Tickets on sale now in the High School Office until Wednesday at 3:30 PM. Game time is 7:00 PM Thursday in Independence. $6.00 each, 6yrs and under $1.00.
Congratulations to our GBB team who won their sixth straight SBC title last night with their win over Cashton. https://lacrossetribune.com/sports/local/preps/high-school-sports-roundup-bangor-girls-clinch-sixth-straight-sbc/article_6769395e-6e9d-5a9f-8acf-7830bb1adbac.html
With the win over New Lisbon last night the boys basketball team won the Scenic Bluffs championship outright. Congratulations players and coaches on a great regular season. @BangorPride @BangorBBBall
Order Bangor Softball apparel from Games People Play. Order deadline is March 1st. https://bangor-softball20.itemorder.com/
The Bangor Middle/High School Students of the Month for January 2020 are: Angelina Vang (daughter of Ti and Pazoo Vang); Justin Arriola-Acosta (son of Alberto and Maria Ramon-Acosta); Haley Bion (daughter of Ron Bion and Sandy Fry); Sadie Kassera (daughter of Chad and Crystal Kassera); Madelyn England (daughter of Jakob and Abby England); Haley Jones (daughter of John and Katie Jones); and Jadrian Lor (daughter of Kou and Amber Lor)
Thursday's basketball game vs Necedah: No JV, Varsity will play at 7:15
The Bangor High School/Middle School CTE Students of the Month for December 2019 are: High School: Samuel Wittmershaus (son of Paul and Jeri Wittmershaus) Middle School: Andrew Schaub (son of Michael and Julie Schaub) Career and Technical Education includes Family & Consumer Education, Agriculture Education, Technology Education and Business & Information Technology. Students were chosen based on excellent work in the classroom and related student organizations.
Due to approaching bad weather, we are releasing at 1:30 today (Friday, January 17th). All after school and evening activities are cancelled.
Bangor High School held a Blood Drive on Wednesday, December 18th. The drive yielded 80 blood donations which included 10 staff donors and 13 student donors. The next drive is Wednesday, March 11th in the HS gym!
Bangor Middle/High School Students of the Month for November 2019 are (pictured from left to right): Madeline Schroeder (daughter of Ryan Schroeder and Stacy Schroeder); Landon Buehler (son of Jon and Laura Buehler); Nolan Langrehr (son of Paul and Christina Langrehr); Owen Johnson (son of Floyd and Terrie Johnson) and not pictured Tanner Jones (son of Merlin and Stacey Jones), Landen Freismuth (son of Travis and Maria Freismuth), Brittney Kundinger (daughter of Jon Kundinger and Becky Winger)
So proud of our Makayla Challet for being named the La Crosse Tribune Extra Effort award winner for BHS. Read the story here, https://bit.ly/2PrcVMA. @BangorPride #bangorpride
Tonight’s Girls Basketball game will be broadcast on WWIS Radio 99.7 FM
Tonight's GBB Game against Blair-Taylor is cancelled. No make-up date has been set.
Fall Sports Recognition Night will be held Sunday, December 8, at 6:30PM
Reminder: if you are the parent of a birth to 3 child in the Bangor School District you are invited to come to our school today from 9-11. This is simply an opportunity for parents and children to see what our 4K classrooms look like, meet our staff and ask any questions you may have. Just come through the front doors, check in to the office and we will be all set. Hope to see you this morning.
BANGOR SCHOOL DISTRICT Coaching Position Openings for 2019-20 School Year • Middle School Girls Basketball (8th Grade) *Looking for Enthusiastic and Knowledgeable Coaches* Interested Applicants should submit a letter of interest. Kevin Kravik email@example.com Athletic Director Bangor High School 700 10th Ave N Bangor, WI 54614 The Bangor School District is an equal opportunity employer.
Part time Para Professional position at Bangor Elementary School. Hours are Monday through Friday, 10:00am to 4:00pm. Position responsibilities include student support in various curricular areas, supervising bus transportation, recess supervision as well as other duties assigned as needed. Wage is dependent on experience and employee handbook salary schedule. Send letter of interest including level of education completed and work experience to Michael Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, November 27th.
Bangor Middle/High School Students of the Month for October 2019 are: Gabriel Cropp (son of Mark and Amy Cropp); Anna Fronk (daughter of Travis and Sarah Fronk); Nash Nagy (son of Matthew Nagy and Bernadette Nagy); Treyton Peters (son of Dale and Julie Arndt); Hank Reader (son of Tony and Mia Reader); Isaac Donskey (son of Ron and Sue Donskey); and not pictured Ethan Bushma (son of Andy Bushman and Deanna Koller, and Kevin and Diane Koller)
Aptiv is hosting an educational event on Dec. 12th. Families, educators and agencies can come and learn about special education resources-https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MVaos1Otq4rfV8gFOCN7F899ubRbXiu9/view?usp=sharing
Bangor Boys Basketball Apparel Order: Great Christmas gifts! https://bangor-boys-basketball-2019.itemorder.com/sale?read_message=true Order now through November 24th.
Tonight's Level 4 playoff football game will be live streamed on KQEG and on WWIS Radio 99.7FM.
UPDATE: Fan Bus to Friday's Level 4 football game is now FREE. Please sign up in the high school office.
Pleased to announce that our district, elementary school and middle/high school "Exceeded Expectations" on the DPI School Report Card released today. A big thank you to our community for the continued support of our school. #bangorpride @BangorPride
Fan Bus to Football Game in Eau Claire $5.00 Departs at 4:30PM. Sign up in school office.
Level 4 Football Playoff Ticket Presale: Monday 11/11 from 3:30-5PM, and during school hours until 12:00 Noon on Thursday 11/14. $6.00 Adults/$1.00 6 and under.
Please consider joining us for our Veteran's Day program this Monday, November 11 at 10:00 a.m in the high school gym to honor those who have served.
Reminder Parent-Teacher Conferences tomorrow (Thursday, Nov. 7). Elementary from 11:00-7:00 and Middle/High School 12:00-8:00. Hope to see you there. @BangorPride #bangorpride
Friday's Level 3 Football Playoff game vs Turtle Lake will be broadcast on the radio at https://radio.securenetsystems.net/cirrusencore/index.cfm?stationCallSign=WWISFM
The Bangor Elementary PTO has a Bangor Spirit apparel order option on the P&P website. http://www.shop.pnpproducts.com/ All orders are done online and need to be completed by November 15. Product will arrive before the holidays.
Wear orange Wednesday for Unity Day.
Bangor Pride Apparel Available Here With Delivery Before Christmas! https://bangorholiday2019.itemorder.com/sale?read_message=true
Nine talented vocalists from Bangor High School participated in the 28th Annual Clearwater Choral Festival at the Pablo Center in EauClaire. The day long event culminated in a powerful performance by the 264 member honors chorus made up of talented students from across the state. Front Row L to R: Caitlyn Clark, Cassidy Clark, Blake Groth Back Row: Talon Zager, Nathanael Wiggins, Nathan Lockman, Nora Wuensch, Jadyn Larson & Makayla Challet. Missing due to illness: Brittney Kundinger
Community Flu and Vaccination Clinic: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByniPaxe2vngSVRaSXpIZzVVSkpSekVLTks4bkN6YUtNSmRn
School District Surplus Auction: #191021-111 - Multi Municipal - Multi Location, Wisconsin at http://www.wisconsinsurplus.com/
Research says reading together significantly improves skill development in young readers. I ask you to read with your child every day. Help others by posting a picture of the story you read with your child today/tonight in the comment area so parents see what titles are out there. Thank you and let’s work together to help all kids find the joys of reading.
"Just another day at BHS.....showing what Big Red REALLY gets used for!" https://drive.google.com/file/d/1e02XjbaBA9ro6FNZSHqWtF1afIlHYrlQ/view?usp=sharing
Exciting conference football game versus Brookwood tonight at 7:00 PM. Also our mini cheerleaders will perform at halftime. Hope to see you there. #bangorpride
Bangor Middle/High School Students of the Month for September 2019 are: Jordan Sackmaster (daughter of Dan Sackmaster and Jane Sackmaster); Madisen Skrede (daughter of Chris Skrede and Amanda Anderson); Lizzy Brasic (daughter of Matt and Gerlyn Brasic); Nora Tucker (daughter of Nathan and Amanda Tucker); Nora Wuensch (daughter of Paul and Michelle Wuensch); Sam Wittmershaus (son of Paul and Jeri Wittmershaus); and Jayden Nachtigal (son of Scott and Tammie Jo Nachtigal)
Bangor Athletic Hall of Fame: Nominations are due Friday November 1st, 2019. https://www.bangor.k12.wi.us/o/bangor-school-district/page/hall-of-fame--41
November Harvest of the Month: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KEsKHg1NFXZ47aLCasZAOorEvQ2JVaAH/view?usp=sharing
Check out our website for this year's musical. Meet the cast and buy tickets here http://our.show/bangorschools
Senior Parents - This is a reminder for the Bangor Financial Aid Night on Wednesday, October 9 at 6:00 pm in the school cafeteria. Please RSVP to Hannah Schulz at email@example.com.
Homecoming parade tomorrow at 2:30. Homecoming game at 7:00. Hope to see everyone there. Go Bangor Cardinals!! @BangorPride #bangorpride
Nature's Recipe, Bangor Elementary's Outdoor School Site is Celebrating 25 Years! 4th grade students are studying WI Native Prairie flowers, plants, leaves, and grasses together in Nature's Recipe. The task for the day was to locate and compare all the different shades of green. They were amazed and eyes were opened to the power of observation. Students will be collecting seeds in the next few weeks so they can plant some in their own gardens and fields.
The Middle School Football game scheduled for today at Royall is canceled.
It's Operation Safe Stop Week in Wisconsin for bus/student safety. Good piece from WXOW TV 19. https://tinyurl.com/y5xwpzps
Bangor student helping science https://www.nbc15.com/content/news/Monarch-tagging-before-butterflies-make-1700-mile-journey-to-Mexico-561005111.html
Thanks to BHS Student Council for their Minute to Win It at halftime of FB game. Collected over $900 to help local family. @BangorPride
Regular monthly Board of Education meetings now begin at 6:30 pm. Tonight's meeting is in the Elementary Multi-Purpose Room.
Our Bangor Cardinals won 55 -6 over Necedah. Great job players and coaches. #bangorpride @BangorPride @bangorfb
https://www.sparkshappenhere.org Looking for information about activities to do with your child (birth to 4+) Check out the sparks web link above for ideas.
Orientation is August 27th-6th Grade at 6:00 PM, 9th Grade at 7:30 PM
Great article in Monroe County Herald on our new MS/HS principal Rick Muellenberg. #bangorpride @BangorPride https://tinyurl.com/y5bvehym
Awesome article in the Monroe County Herald on our new elementary principal, Mike Johnson. @BangorPride https://tinyurl.com/y3x3ntay
Great article in the Monroe County Herald on updates to our elementary school. So excited about our new library and playground. https://tinyurl.com/y457yuzo
If you wish to make an appointment for the BHS Blood Drive on Wednesday, July 17, please contact Emily Schmitz by email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk ins are welcome. #bangorpride @Bangorpride
National Honor Society/Student Council Blood Drive, Wednesday, July 17 from 12:30-5:30 in the BHS Gym. Please consider donating. Walk ins are welcome. #bangopride @Bangorpride
Summer School 2019 is scheduled for July 15th through August 2nd, 8:30-11:40.
Big changes to Box Tops for Education Program:https://www.boxtops4education.com/newbtfe?fbclid=iwar0ecs8wybzlwthu0tn-o5sfnsaoc2t30ofsreqsyfs8racdeztyqyybtmk
Awesome end of the year staff luncheon. Recognized retiring employees (Don Addington--39 years and John Olson--30 years. Also recognized staff who have served the district for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and even 35 years. A big thank you to those employees for their dedication to the District. @Bangorpride #bangorpride
Tomorrow is our last day of school with dismissal at 11:20 and 11:30. Thank you to the students, staff, parents and community for your work and support. It was Another Great Year to be a Bangor Cardinal! @Bangorpride #bangorpride
Tough loss to a very good Belmont team but what a great season for our Bangor Cardinals. So proud of the players and coaches. @Bangorpride #bangorpride
Our Bangor Cardinals will be playing Belmont in the sectional championship starting at approximately 4:15. Go Cardinals. @Bangorpride #bangorpride
The sectional baseball game v. Hillsboro at Riverdale will be played tomorrow (Wednesday) at 11:15.
Due to weather conditions, the baseball sectional at Riverdale has been cancelled. Makeup date will be posted once they are known.
The Bangor School District is looking for a full-time custodian for 2nd shift at Bangor Elementary School. Experience is preferred but not necessary. Hours are 2:30 to 11, Monday through Friday, during the school year, and 7 to 3:30 during the summer. Some overtime involved. Duties include general housekeeping, light maintenance, event set-up and teardown. Candidate must have a high school diploma or equivalent, and a valid driver’s license. Candidate must also be physically capable of lifting 50+ pounds. Ability to effectively communicate and build positive relationships with students, staff, and parents is a must. Salary commensurate with experience. Please apply with a letter of application, resume, including a list of references, and Bangor School District Support Staff Application Form (can be picked up at District Office or downloaded from our website: www.bangor.k12.wi.us ) Application materials should be submitted to Bangor School District, Attn: Mike Stange, Maintenance Supervisor, 700 10th Ave. South, P.O. Box 99 Bangor WI 54614 Application deadline is June 21, 2019.
Sectional Baseball will be broadcast on WWIS 99.7 fm
This group of Bangor 8th grade art students participated in the Necedah Visual Arts Festival. The young artists spent the morning making and discussing art! According to Mr. Schilling, "The kids had an awesome time." Pictured left to right: Megan Marr, Peyton Bierman, Olivia Schroeder, Chance Fuller, AJ Adams
Bangor Scenic Bluffs Conference Champion Apparel for sale here: https://bangorconferencechamps2019.itemorder.com/
Tonight’s regional final baseball game will be broadcast on WWIS Radio 99.7 FM or wwisradio.com
The Location of tonight’s baseball regional final game is 520 South Spring Street Augusta, WI. The field is not by the school. Game starts at 5:00. @Bangorpride #bangorpride
BASEBALL REGIONAL MOVED TO WHITEHALL . Due to field conditions at Independence High School, the baseball regional v. Independence-Gilmanton will be played in Whitehall at Melby Park, 18619 Hobson Street, starting at 5:00 today (Tuesday)
If you are a sports fan, BHS is the place to be tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon. We are hosting sectional track beginning at 3:30 and regional softball and baseball at 5:00. What a Great Day to be a Bangor Cardinal!! #bangorpride @Bangorpride @bangorsup
Top of the 6th, Bangor over Whitehall 7-1 in SB regional.
Top of the 5th in the softball regional. Bangor up 4-1 over Whitehall.
A reminder that due to the sectional track meet this Thursday, May 23, elementary students will be dismissed at 2:10 and middle/high school students at 2:15. Thank you.
The Bangor MS/HS April 2019 Students of the Month are: Madisen Skrede (daughter of Chris Skrede and Amanda Anderson), Megan Marr (daughter of Eric Marr and Tammy Marr), Dominic Keivel (son of Steve and Cheryl Keivel), Brittney Kundinger (daughter of Jon Kundinger and Becky Winger), Justin Wiggins (son of Eric and Jena Wiggins), Not Pictured: Halie Lictao (daughter of Jason and Hannah Lictao), Lizzy Glandt (daughter of Steve and Michelle Glandt)
As we near the end of school and with that Mr. Addington's tenure in our district, the Monroe County Herald did a very nice article in April on his career. Please see the attached link. Thanks Mr. Addington for your service. #bangorpride @Bangorpride https://bit.ly/2Jt4pL0
Please consider attending our BHS graduation on May 26 at 1:30 in the high school gym. We will be honoring the the Class of 2019. Please see link with the list of graduates from @lacrossetribune. #bangorpride @Bangorpride #seniors https://bit.ly/2JsRFUM
Sports Update:. The softball regional game at Bangor v. Whitehall has been moved to Monday at 5:00 due to predicted weather on Tuesday. #bangorpride @Bangorpride #wiaa
So excited for our Senior Banquet tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Cafetorium to recognize and honor this fine group of seniors. #bangorpride @Bangorpride #seniors
Reminder of our BHS Band and Choir concert tonight starting at 7:00. Enjoy a great night of music by your talented singers and musicians. #bangorpride @Bangorpride
Reminder of the BHS blood drive today from 12:30-5:30 at the high school gym. Thanks for considering donating. #bangorpride @Bangorpride
The Bangor softball team received a number 1 seed in Division 4 Section 3. Will play the Whitehall--Pittsville winner at home next Tuesday, May 21. Good luck girls. #bangorpride @Bangorpride
We hope to see everyone at the Scenic Bluffs Conference track meet tonight (Tuesday, May 14) starting at 4:00. Come and support our awesome track team, visit the concession stand for great food and enjoy the beautiful weather. #bangorpride @Bangorpride
A friendly reminder of the National Honor Society/Student Council blood drive tomorrow (Wednesday, May 15) from 12:30-5:30 in the high school gym. We hope to see you there. Thank you in advance for donating.
With their doubleheader win over Cashton last night our baseball team are Scenic Bluffs Conference champions. Congratulations players and coaches on a great regular season. Looking forward to post-season play starting next week. #bangorpride
Correction to previous posts on the date for the BHS Blood Drive. It is Wednesday, May 15 not May 13 as listed. Thank you.
BHS Blood Drive, Wednesday, May 13. Please call Emily Schmitz at 486-5237 to schedule an appointment or walk in the day of. Thank you.
BHS Blood Drive this Wednesday, May 15 from 12:30-5:30 in the high school gym hosted by the National Honor Society and Student Council. Please consider donating and saving lives. Thank you!!!
We’re thrilled to announce Bangor School District’s new app! It’s everything Bangor, in your pocket. Download the free app on Google Play or the Apple App Store--search “Bangor Cardinals Wisconsin.” And remember, It's a Great Day to be a Bangor Cardinal!
Our Bangor School District website will be down this weekend as we transition to the new website from Apptegy which will go live this Monday. Thank you for your patience. #bangorpride
Scholarship and Awards Night is such a great event for all the hard work our students have done. #bangorpride
A reminder that we will have a student instructional day this Friday, May 3. This is a makeup day for the April weather cancellation.
Please consider supporting the BEA Scholarship drive. Chicken Q tonight at the elementary tonight, Tuesday, April 30 from 4-7.
Congratulation to our Ashlie Lockington who was named a 2019 WIAA Scholar Athlete. #bangorpride
Tonight's track invitational has been canceled due to weather.
Testing out our new Apptegy LiveFeed System. Looking forward to using it in the future