RAPTOR NATION: All games tonight and the conference wrestling tournament scheduled for tomorrow have been postponed. Make-up dates will be communicated ASAP!
RAPTOR NATION: Due to the inclement weather, there will be no school on Friday, January 12th. Stay safe Raptor Nation and have a great weekend! #CLAWSUP
RAPTOR NATION: We will have a 2-hour late start on Wednesday, January 10th. This will replace our regular Wednesday schedule. No before school activities. No professional development. No morning preschool. Stay safe Raptor Nation!
RAPTOR NATION: The high school basketball games for tonight v MVAOCOU have been postponed to Monday, January 22nd.
RAPTOR NATION: We will be closed on Tuesday, January 9. Stay safe!
RAPTOR NATION: There will be a 2-hour late start on Tuesday, January 9th. No before school activities or morning preschool.
With the early dismissal, there will be no afternoon preschool. Stay safe Raptor Nation!
RAPTOR NATION: Due to the incoming storm, we will be dismissing 2.5 hours early today. Please move the dismissal bus and pick up times up 2.5 hours since they are staggered between buildings. No afterschool activities. The public hearing and board meeting tonight is still on as scheduled at this time.
RAPTOR NATION: There will be NO before school activities tomorrow, Monday, January 8th.
With the threat of winter weather on Monday, the joint school board meeting scheduled for tomorrow night in Holstein will now be a split meeting. Schaller-Crestland will hold their meeting in Schaller at 7:00 and Galva-Holstein will hold their meeting in Holstein at 7:00. This will cutdown on the amount of driving that would take place on some potentially dangerous road conditions.
SC Elementary had a very special guest this morning. KTIV meteorologist Jacob Howard visited with students about different kinds of weather and his job as a meteorologist. Thank you Jacob for spending time with us today!
ELITE RAPTORS ALERT: Congratulations to these two for the milestones they reached as Raptors. Tatum Shepherd recorded her 100th pin and Madison Stowater scored her 1000th point for the Raptors. Way to go ladies on your amazing accomplishments. #CLAWSUP #ELITE
Three more days to bring in pop tabs! Thank you to all that have donated.
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to our Wee Wildcat Daycare. 15 years and going strong! Congratulations to director Jackie Wandrey who has been a part of all 15 years. #CLAWSUP
RAPTOR ELITE ALERT: Congratulations to our Junior High Northwest Iowa Honor Choir participants. Thank you Mr. Petersen for your efforts in working with our students. CLAWSUP!
RAPTOR ELITE ALERT: In the spirit of giving and remembrance, our Spanish classes collected food in honor of Dia De Los Muertos. Donations were made to Ida County Community Basket and to Schaller's Blessing Box. #CLAWSUP!
RAPTOR NATION: We are only one week away from our high school musical performance of Cinderella. Come out and support these talented students. There will be two performances this year. Friday, November 10th @ 7:00 and Saturday, November 11th @ 7:00. Both shows will be held in the Rosemary Clausen Performing Arts Center. Let's pack the house both nights! #CLAWSUP!
RAPTOR ELITE ALERT: Congratulations to the Ridge View Raptor Model UN team for their efforts at the Iowa Youth Symposium on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. Participants at the event were Corvin Griffin, Arianna Saldana, Brody Bisenius, Sophia Keleher, Kimora Melaancon, Ethan Brockman, Jordan Kluver, and Joe Goettsch. You all did an excellent job representing RIdge View. #CLAWSUP!
Schaller-Crestland: We will be having an informational meeting tonight about the bond project at the school gym in Early. The meeting starts at 6:30. Come and learn about the proposal, tax impact, and what you will see on your upcoming ballots for the November 7th elections!
RAPTOR NATION: The Schaller-Crestland bond informational meeting that was previously scheduled for Oct. 25th, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, November 1st, at 6:30, in the middle school gym in Early. Learn about the plans and tax impact of the potential bond project that will be on the ballot in November for members of the Schaller-Crestland School District.