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Upcoming Events
 
Superior School District Reminders and Announcements
 
  2017 Summer School Programs  
 
  
 
     
 
 
 
  STATE LEGISLATORS VISIT LSE  
 
As part of their studies on “Career Exploration,” students in Terri Harings’ 4th grade classroom at Lake Superior Elementary School were recently visited by Senator Janet Bewley and Representative Nick Milroy. The students learned about their legislators’ educational backgrounds, roles and service in our state/local legislature, what qualifications they are required to have to do what they do, “perks” of their job, their salaries, and MORE! They discussed budgets, petitions, and how to become involved in government at the local, state or federal level.

The students felt a connection, learned how to reach someone if they have a concern, and learned a lot about how our government works. It was great fun and an excellent educational opportunity.
 
     
 
  SMS COLOR-A-THON IS BACK!  
 

SUPERIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Registration 8:00- 9:00 A.M.
Event Starts 9:00 A.M.
 
SUPERIOR MIDDLE SCHOOL
3626 HAMMOND AVENUE
SUPERIOR, WI 54880
 
Event Coordinator: Kim Pipitone 
 
For more information click HERE!
 
     
 
  SHS GROUNDBREAKING  
 
April 19 marked the official groundbreaking for renovations and new construction at our Superior High School! It was a typical spring day in Superior--with a cold Lake Superior wind--but that didn't dampen the spirits of anyone in attendance!

In addressing the crowd, Superintendent Janna Stevens stated, "Superior High School was built in the 1960's when the expectations for learning were vastly different than they are today. We now live in a time where accountability for learning is at its highest. We live in an age where technology is simply a part of the everyday work...for students and staff. Our staff and students need adequate space as well as appropriate design in all of our classrooms to meet the various needs and expectations of all learners. We live in a time where security must be in place. Our kids and staff deserve the very best the district and community can provide ... they are our future, let's take good care of them!"

Superintendent Stevens praised the many people who have played a role in getting the district to this historic moment. She also praised the Superior Community for their dedication to the children and staff in the School District of Superior.




 
     
 
  CIVIC ORATION CONTEST WINNERS  
 
The 2017 Civic Oration Level 2 contest was held at Superior High School on Thursday, April 13th. Congratulations to the top three participants who will advance to the Level 3 contest on May 9th in Elroy, WI. Schools participating this year were Bryant Elementary, Cooper Elementary, Four Corners Elementary, Northwestern Elementary, Cathedral MS, Superior Middle School and Northwestern Middle School.

3rd Place (Left) Abagail Gavin - Superior Middle School
1st Place (center)--Lucie Landwehr - Northwestern Middle School
2nd Place (Right) Adelaide Poskozim - Cathedral Middle School
 
     
 
  SALUTE TO SERVICE  
 
This year's Salute to Service, an event honoring those who have retired over the past year or who plan to retire at the end of the current year, will be held on May 22, 2017. Hors d'oeuvres will be served at 4:30 p.m. and the program will begin at 5:00 p.m. The event will be held at Superior Middle School.
 
     
 
  COOPER GROUNDBREAKING  
 
Students, staff and community came together on April 12 to celebrate the official groundbreaking of our new Cooper Elementary School. In addressing the crowd, Superintendent Janna Stevens stated that she is “so proud of the Superior community for their dedication to the children and staff in our school district.” The support our district has received to maintain facilities over the last several decades shows the trust our district has been given by the citizens of Superior. That trust has been earned through proactive long and short term planning, fiscal responsibility, and the commitment of School Board members and administration to the district and community.

Cooper was built in the 1960’s when the concept of open classrooms, segregated special needs learners and no-need for security were at its highest. Our staff and students need adequate space as well as appropriate design in all classrooms to meet the various needs of all learners. Our staff and students need to have a facility which provides the necessary security to feel safe so learning can thrive.

Our students and staff deserve the very best the district and community can provide. They are our future. Let’s take good care of them!

Congratulations, Cooper community. We look forward to watching you grow!



 
     
 
  MOBILE ICE HOUSE FOR SALE  
 
Construction and Metals Students at Superior High School built two ice houses as a project. The students still have one for sale and they are offering it up to you at the cost of building materials ($3,000.00).

Both the trailer and ice house were custom built from new materials. The six interior led lights are set up to run off 12 V system. Included with the purchase are four hole covers. The house is fully insulated. The trailer has an extra long tongue so it can stay hitched to your vehicle and still kneel down to fish.

For more details or to see it in person contact Mr. James Bianchi at Superior High School, 715-394-8720.
 
     
 
  Kindergarten Round-up Dates  
 
 
 
     
 
  Enrollment Information  
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
2017-2018 SCHOOL CALENDAR

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  OPEN ENROLLMENT 2017-18  
 
Please click on the image below for information about and time lines for Inter-District Open Enrollment and Within District Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year.
 
 
     
 
  2017 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE  
 
Scholarship applications and material for the Superior High School Class of 2017 are now available. Any scholarship awarded by the SHS Scholarship Committee is based not only on grades and academic achievement, but also on leadership, involvement, character, and citizenship. The Scholarship Selection Committee believes that it has the responsibility to uphold these honored distinctions in making its decisions. Therefore, if any violation of the Student Code of Conduct occurs prior to the close of the school day on June 6, 2017, the scholarship recipient will forfeit his/her scholarship.

Click here to be redirected to the Superior Scholarship Foundation webpage for application forms and a detailed list of all scholarships offered.
 
     

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