Saturday, May15 will be SWC Pizza Ranch Night in Edgerton. The crew at the Luverne Pizza Ranch will cook up your favorite order of pizza and chicken and deliver to Edgerton at 5:30 p.m. (no delivery charge). Place your order by 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 17 by calling the Luverne Pizza Ranch at 283-2379. A portion of the evening's delivery proceeds will help with future class trips to Washington DC!
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Southwest MN Christian Circle 11 invites you to their annual Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast on Monday, May 31 from 7:30-10:00 a.m. at the high school campus - 550 Elizabeth St. In addition to hot pancakes served right off the griddle, there will be sausages, juice, milk and coffee. Free will donations gratefully accepted.
Going into next year, we have two head coaches who have decided to step down from their respective positions. Denise Nerem, Head girls basketball coach, and Kevin Caspersen, Head soccer coach. Their commitment to our student-athletes has been amazing. They have been an extension of the classroom with their commitment to doing things the right way. We can’t thank both of them enough for the time commitment they have given to our programs. We are thankful for Denise’s leadership during her tenure as our Head Girls basketball coach. Her impact on Girl’s in our school has been very crucial for many. Her ability to teach basketball, along with life lessons, and create spiritual growth will be severely missed. We can’t thank Kevin enough for the contribution he made for the soccer program. His knowledge of soccer, ability to teach the game, passion for the game, and ability to help young men grow has been an asset to our athletic department. We are thankful for his dedication to our program. We will be accepting applications for both positions. If you are interested in either position, please reach out to Mr. Vande Kamp. If you know of anyone who would be a good candidate, please connect with Mr. Vande Kamp, so he can reach out to that individual.
Members of the Class of 2021 enjoyed a trip to Washington DC April 13-17. They flew from Omaha directly to Washington DC and hit the road walking within minutes of arriving at the hotel. Highlights of the trip include: *Walking tour of all the monuments *Seeing the Supreme Court building, the Library of Congress building, and the Capitol *Seeing Ford's theatre *An afternoon visit to Mt. Vernon (George Washington's home and farm) *A full day visit to Gettysburg to see the location of the Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, a visit to a home occupied by Confederate soldiers during the war, and the battlefield area and historical markers. *A visit to the Museum of the Bible *Meeting and brief visit with House Representative, Michelle Fischbach *Tour of the Basilica of the Nat’l Shrine of Immaculate Conception *Walk past the White House *Visit to Arlington Cemetery and witnessing the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
High School Fine Art's Chapel, Thursday, April 22... where we were able to focus on God the colorful creator who created us with a variety of talents and gifts. Genesis 1 - In the beginning, God created all things..... which we can celebrate and give Him praise. During the chapel we heard from the winning Den Ouden Writing selections - Wyatt Decker, Micah Schaap, Sydney Van Essen, Julianne Eisma, Taylor De Boer and Kathryn Prins, enjoyed musical selections from Mrs. Feikema and Kathryn Prins on flute, the One Accord group, and the Bel Canto assemble. The Triple A winner from SWC, Makenzie Snyder, was also recognized, and we were able to enjoy a segment of the upcoming SWC Spring Play - "Choose Your Own Oz". We also sang songs of praise and responsive readings of giving grateful praise from the Psalms. On display were some of the projects the Art and Shop students have been working on throughout this year. May everyone continue to ask the Lord to inspire us to identify what are our passions, hobbies, skills, knowledge and expertise so that with His help, guidance, protection, and governance, we may serve other people and also inspire others to make good use of their talents.
Weather permitting, the SWC Class of 2022 will host a car wash on Friday, May 7 starting at 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. at the high school parking lot. A free-will donation will be accepted and funds raised will be used toward their senior class trip to Washington D.C. Suggested donations - $10.00 for cars, $15.00 for pickups and $5.00 for vacuum. Larger contributions for a dirt loving vehicle or busy family lifestyle in the car vehicles would be greatly appreciated.
Christensen Broadcasting (http://www.christensenbroadcasting.com/cms/sports/sports-streaming/?S=christiensen) will LIVE Stream the SWC spring play - "Choose Your Own Oz" on Thursday, May 6 and Saturday, May 8, both evenings at 7:00 p.m.. If you would like to attend the performance in person at the elementary campus - 210 W. Elizabeth - please call the high school office (442-4471) to order your tickets ($6.00 for adults, $4.00 for students) and pick up your tickets at the will call/ticket table the evening of performance.
Please click on the SWC Circle/Parent Group #5 Headline for more information regarding a bake sale and pre-order meals of cream of chicken for a spring quick meal option!
Kingdom Kids ... A great Place To Grow! Check here for more information and a registration form!
Please watch the following video from District School Nurse, Denise Nerem, regarding the COVID decision tree. This will be a great reference for you to use as you evaluate the health of your child(ren) and if and when they can attend school if they are exposed or feeling ill.
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