May 21, 2021
Floodwood School Condensed Version: https://5il.co/t0yk
May 22nd, Prom
Students and guests will not be allowed to attend if: diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 10 days, in quarantine or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
May 27th, 8AM Senior Brunch with Board Members prior to graduation practice
May 27th, School issued hotspots need to be returned
May 28th, Last Day of Preschool
May 28th, 7PM Graduation
Seniors are not limited to a number of guests
Band will be performing
Do not attend if you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 10 days, in quarantine or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
May 31st, Memorial Day, No School
June 3rd, Last Day of School
Floodwood Awards Ceremony
Congratulations to all of the scholarship and award winners!!!! #PolarPride
Including the near perfect attendance, High School students with 98% or higher present for the school year.
Carter Stokke, Jordan Romanek, Savannah Speese, Stevie Desrosiers, Madeline Irvine, Brooke Johnson, Darby Autio, Deacon Laine, Alice Irvine, Hannah Zieroth, Lila Melloch, Summer Johnson, Kalli Fjeld & Kiaja Stokke
Ecumenical Baccalaureate Service for our 2021 seniors
To all the amazing families of the Floodwood High School,
The pastors and churches of Floodwood (St Louis Catholic Church-Father Pio, Hope Lutheran Church- Pastor John, New Life Community Church-pastor Dan, Floodwood Baptist Church- pastor Steve and Four Rivers Fellowship-Pastor Dave) would like to invite each of you to our Ecumenical Baccalaureate Service for our 2021 seniors.
Every year the churches come together and have a service to encourage and pray for our seniors as they are about to take possibly the biggest step in their lives. They are stepping out of the comfort of their parents' homes and into a path of life in this world with numerous decisions and obstacles along their way. Every year we rotate which church the service will be held at and this year the Baccalaureate Service will be at:
Four Rivers Fellowship
102 E 8th Ave, Floodwood, MN, 55736
Wednesday May 26, 2021 at 7:00 pm.
You are all invited to join us if your busy schedule allows you the time.
Floodwood Services & Training
Household Hazardous Waste & Video Display Devices* Collection
May 27, 2021 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
For additional information: https://5il.co/stx8
A Very Special Thank you to the Floodwood Ambulance Service, EMS workers and Volunteers for all of your hard work, dedication and for always being there!!!
Please continue to follow MDH guidelines to help keep all kids in school and decrease the cases of COVID-19. If your student has a fever, cough, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, chills, muscle aches, fatigue, headache, nasal congestion or runny nose, please keep them home.
GET CHROMEBOOKS FOR EDUCATION AT NO COST TO YOUR FAMILY
Minnesota Afterschool Advance (MAA) is here to help your family get a device to assist your student’s education! By using both the K-12 Education Tax Credit and scholarship dollars from Youthprise, we’re committed to getting even more Minnesota families a Chromebook.
How can MAA help?
If your household income is under $33,500 in 2020 and 2021 and you file taxes, MAA can use a tool called the K-12 Education Tax Credit plus scholarship dollars from Youthprise to get you a Chromebook for no additional cost, plus save you 75% or more on afterschool and summer activities like tutoring, music lessons, and driver’s education. Learn more about how MAA works by watching a short animated video.
We are limited to one device per household due to tax credit rules.
Click here for additional information: https://mnafterschool.org/chro...
FREE COVID-19 Testing available for all Middle and High Schoolers every Tuesday
Pfizer vaccines now available for 12+. For additional information and vaccination sites visit the vaccine connector:
To schedule a vaccine in St. Louis County, MN
St. Luke's COVID-19 Vaccine in Duluth, MN
Thrifty White Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Vaccine
Essentia Health Essentia Health COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Please remind your student masks are still required at school.
The CDC cites the following reasons for continuing to wear masks in schools:
Students will not be fully vaccinated by the end of the 2020-21 school year. Youth under the age of 12 are not yet eligible for vaccination. Youth between the ages of 12 and 15 became eligible for vaccination on May 12, 2021. Because people are not fully vaccinated until 2 weeks after their second dose of the Pfizer vaccine, students in this age group will not be fully vaccinated before the end of current school year.
The time needed for schools to make systems and policy adjustments. Systems and policy adjustments may be required for schools to change mask requirements for students and staff while continuing to ensure the safety of unvaccinated populations.