SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMMING DETAILS:
Location: Silver Brook Town Hall
Duration – 4 weeks
Days of the week – Monday-Thursday
Time-frame – 8:00-12:00 daily
Schedule – Week 1 (June 7-10), Week 2 (June 14-17), Week 3 (June 21-24), Week 4 (June 28-July 1)
Subjects – Students will be required to complete all four core subject areas (English, Math, Social Studies, and Science).
*Transportation and Breakfast/Lunch will be provided.
Please contact the following school personnel if you have any questions:
Kim Belcastro – Superintendent: PHONE: (218) 384-4274 ext. 2003 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erik Holter – 7-12 School Counselor: PHONE: (218) 384-4274 ext. 2008 EMAIL: email@example.com
Caitlin Anderson – K-6 School Counselor: PHONE: (218) 384-4274 ext. 2806 EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wrenshall School District conducts strategic planning; district looking for community input via survey
The Wrenshall School District is in the initial stage of developing a strategic plan. The school board is working with the Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA) to provide guidance and assist with the planning.
The school board is seeking input from school district residents and staff to help in identifying the school district’s strengths and areas for improvement. School district residents and staff can give the school board feedback by completing the “Wrenshall School District Strategic Planning Survey.” The information gathered from the survey will be analyzed by the MSBA and used to help identify school district strategic priorities.
Community Members are needed for the Strategic Planning Committee!
Community Member input is still needed for the long range planning process facilitated by the Minnesota School Board Association.
Meetings will be held:
Tuesday, May 18, 2021, 5:30 PM
Tuesday, June 1, 2021, 5:30 PM
Tuesday, June 15, 2021, 5:30 PM
Please email Beth Peterson email@example.com if you are interested in being on this committee.
2020-2021 Grading/Retention Guidelines
Grading and Retention Guidelines during Distance Learning:
- Credits required for graduation: 50 required.
- Credit based: Passed classes earn credits toward graduation. (1 credit earned per semester per class).
- It’s the teacher’s discretion on what a passing percentage is. These parameters are set at the beginning of the class. It is the student’s responsibility to know and understand these parameters and ask for clarification if needed.
- If you fail a class, there are credit recovery opportunities available during the academic year, as well as over the summer. Please contact your school counselor for further information and registration.
- No grade of less than 50% will be considered passing. Teachers have the right to have a higher D- percentage.
- If a student fails 5 or more core classes within the 20-21 school year, they will be reviewed for retention.
- All decisions will be made by staff and administration regarding retention and class repeats. All decisions are final.
Concerned about your child?
Request a meeting with the school team to discuss your concerns and to develop an action plan to assist your child. To set up a meeting contact Mr. Holter at: 218-384-4274 ext. 2008 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions or would like to schedule a Google Meet with a High School Teacher please reach out via email.