Parents: Attached is a sign up list for clubs in November and December. Please note that some of the clubs will be continuing from the September/October session. You will need to sign your child up again if they plan on continuing to participate in the clubs. Sign ups will close on Tuesday, October 17th at 8:00 am. Please contact Kari Rooney if you have any questions. Spanish: https://forms.gle/US2z2J6hR9pfkLeQ8 English: https://forms.gle/fw7fwMZ9PiTmsT1T9
Community Club Meeting
Wakefield FCCLA Chapter had 50 out of 65 members attend District 7 Leadership Conference at Wayne State College. Members attended keynote speakers, breakout sessions & FCCLA trivia. 🌟Mayte, District 7 Officer 🌟Ashlyn, Nebraska State Officer & Presenter #nebraskafccla #fccla
Pictures Needed - Please send pictures to email@example.com or drop them off labeled to the high school office by November 3rd
Important Dates for the Week
Our District is growing and our facilities will need to adapt. Nuestro Distrito está creciendo y nuestras instalaciones deberán adaptarse.
Feel Good Friday. Senior football players give their jerseys to a teacher or coach that has influenced them.
Tomorrow is the last day to officially order a Trojan Blanket to support the Junior Class Prom Fundraiser. If you purchased a blanket already and have not sent your check to the school (PO BOX 330), please do so. Thank you to everyone who supported our fundraiser.
Congrats to Katie Borg for reaching 1,000 career digs!!
On Friday, September 29th, 43 students from Wakefield attended the Latino Youth Summit at Northeast Community College. This annual event welcomes Latino students from all across Northeast Nebraska. This event featured a national speaker, Gabe Salazar, who encouraged high school students to pursue their dreams. He was the first in his family to graduate college and he overcame homelessness and poverty. He urged students to chase their passions despite any obstacles they may face. Salazar discussed other successful Latino leaders such as Jose Hernandez, Eva Longoria, and Delores Huerta. One point he continued to emphasize was, "You can make your choices, but your choices can make you." Gabe Salazar was incredibly engaging and reiterated that each person has a purpose and can be anything they want to be. The Latino Youth Summit also included a tour of Northeast Community College's campus, a delicious lunch, and a drawing for scholarships. Two Wakefield students, Elizabeth Garcia and Melida Jiataz, were lucky enough to be drawn for a $1,000 scholarship to Northeast Community College. Finally, the day concluded with a student and professional panel which allowed students to ask questions of the local Latino leaders. The panel topics ranged from post graduate plans, finding a mentor, and pursuing passions. The Latino Youth Summit was a fantastic event which fueled students' desires to further their education after high school.
Do you have questions about the upcoming bond election? Plan to join us and we can answer any questions you might have. ¿Tiene preguntas sobre la próxima elección de bonos? Planee unirse a nosotros y podremos responder cualquier pregunta que pueda tener.
Back Row: Yuleidy Alonzo Guteierrez, Madelyne Herting, Ella Reimers, Melanie Armendariz, Jose Ruiz Arana Front Row: Jessly Maldonado Pedro, Ximena Hernandez, Holden Kammer, Cruz Torres The Wakefield Community School handed out September Super Trojans. A student from each grade was chosen. To be nominated, a student must go above and beyond the expectations of the school. The following students received the award: PreKindergarten (3 yr olds): Cruz Torres PreKindergarten (4 yr olds): Holden Kammer Kindergarten: Jessly Maldonado Pedro 1st Grade: Ximena Hernandez 2nd Grade: Yuleidy Alonzo Guiterrez 3rd Grade: Jose Ruiz Arana 4th Grade: Ella Reimers 5th Grade: Melanie Armendariz 6th Grade: Madelyne Herting
Tax information can be confusing! Don't forget we have a residential and ag land calculator on our website to find your personal impact! www.wakefieldschools.org ¡La información fiscal puede resultar confusa! ¡No olvide que tenemos una calculadora de terrenos residenciales y agrícolas en nuestro sitio web para encontrar su impacto personal! www.wakefieldschools.org
Congratulations to the 2023 Homecoming Queen and King: Katie Borg and Isaac Walsh
The proposed plan ensures all of our prioritized needs are being met. You can learn more by clicking the "School Bond Info" tab on our website: www.wakefieldschools.org or go to http://www.bondissue.org/wakefield El plan propuesto garantiza que se satisfagan todas nuestras necesidades prioritarias. Puede obtener más información haciendo clic en la pestaña "Información sobre bonos escolares" en nuestro sitio web: www.wakefieldschools.org o ir a http://www.bondissue.org/wakefield
Wakefield high school students eagerly explored teaching at the Educators Rising Fall Expo at WSC, gaining valuable insights and inspiration for future careers in education. #EducatorsRising
2023-2024 All School Class Photo We Are W A K E F I E L D #trojanpride
Congrats to Jordan Metzler for reaching 2,000 career set assists!!
Community Meeting Tonight
FBLA is once again sponsoring the PINK OUT volleyball game on October 19th. We will be selling pink out shirts for $15. To order click on the google form linked below. The proceeds will go back to the families in our community who are currently affected by breast cancer. "Her Fight Is Our Fight" is our motto this year and our hope is that our community will support our efforts to provide these families with assistance as they go through their fight. https://forms.gle/2M944X73p919YGZj8