• Friday, March 11, 2016

    Monday, March 14

    7:00-8:00 AM - Open Library

    7-7:45 AM - Open Gym, North/South Gym

    1:05 pm - 7th and 8th Grade Orchestras leave for Valentine Hills Performance and rehearsal at Orchestra Hall

    2:45-4:00 PM - After-School MCA Sessions for Grades 6, 7, and 8

    2:45-4:00 PM - Sports Games, Choral Ensemble, Swimming

    6:30 PM - 7th and 8th Orchestras Orchestra Hall Performance, Minneapolis

    Tuesday, March 15

    7:00-8:00 AM - Open Library

    7-7:45 AM - Open Gym, North/South Gym

    7:15 AM - Guys Chorus, Chamber Orchestra

    2:45-4:00 PM - After-School MCA Sessions for Grades 6 and 7, Jazz Band, Guitar Club, Makeup Swim,. Newspaper, Science Olympiad, Service Learning Club, Swimming, STRIPES

    2:45-5:00 PM - Floor Hockey Game at Chippewa

    2:45-4:00 PM - Academic Support for Reading, Math, Language Arts, Science, Spanish and Social Studies

    Wednesday, March 16

    7th Grade STEAM Day

    7:00-8:00 AM - Open Library

    7-7:45 AM - Open Gym, North/South Gym

    7:00 AM - Chess Club

    2:45-4:00 PM - Academic Support for Reading, Math, Language Arts, Science and Social Studies

    2:45-4:00 PM - Sports Games, Strategy Gaming, Gardening Club, Mural Club, Yearbook

    2:45-5:30 PM - Swim Meet at Chippewa

    Thursday, March 17-Friday, March, 25

    Schools will not be in session March 17-27.  School will resume on March 28. 

    Monday, March 28

    School resumes

    7:00-8:00 AM - Open Library

    7-7:45 AM - Open Gym, North/South Gym

    2:45-4:00 PM - After-School MCA Sessions for Grades 6,7, 8,

    2:45-4:00 PM - Sports Games, Choral Ensemble, Swimming


    Highview parents are invited to join us in our Media Center on Thursday, April 14th at 6:30 PM for a very special presentation by the Gundersen National Child Protection Training Center and Jacob Wetterling Resource Center. 

    The presentation, Smart Not Scared, is geared towards parents of middle school and high school youth. 

    It will address sexual abuse prevention as being a team effort. This presentation covers personal safety strategies for preteens and teens with a focus on the importance of being a voice for change. Topics include consent, do no harm, bystander intervention, and personal safety strategies for teens.

    Please join us for this important evening. 


    Registration is still open for Floor Hockey, Swimming, Flag Football, Tennis, Track and Softball.  Please register online or get a registration form near the Highview attendance window.


    Hey Knightkrawler fans!  Irondale’s FIRST Robotics Team 2052 is going to World Championship in St. Louis, Missouri.  To help support the team, please join us for our Third Annual ComedySportz FUNdraiser and Bake Sale on Friday Evening, April 15, at 7:00 p.m.in the Irondale High School Auditorium.  For more information on the event or to order tickets, please contact Shannon Mildenberger at shannonlynn88@msn.com or 763-780-4449.  We hope to see you there!


    Highview has made a recent change to our after-school academic support for students.  Our focus is now content based.  Each content area (Math, Science, Language Arts, Spanish, and Social Studies) is taught by a teacher from that content area.  In addition, we offer a quiet area for students to read silently or take/retake a test. 

    This new change was created to provide as much to support to our students as we possibly can.  If you have any questions, please contact your student’s dean or Dr. Eller.


    There will be an incoming 9th Grade Player/Parent Meeting on March 30th at 6:30 PM in the Irondale Auditorium. For more information, please visit this website  http://ihs-knights.com/incoming9footballmeeting


    Just a few reminders when dropping off and picking up your children at school:

    Please pull to the right of the inner circle using just a single lane.   Have your children enter and exit the vehicle quickly and safely. Continue to stay in a single lane when exiting the lot.  

    The outer large circle is for buses only during drop off and pick up.  Please do not enter that area.   

    Our number one priority is the safety of your children.  Please be aware of students in the lots going between vehicles. We ask that you also have a conversation with your children about safety in the lots.  Using crosswalks is always the best choice! 

    Thank you for helping to keep our students safe!  Hawk Pride!


    Mark your calendars now for the 7th grade trip to the Laurentian Environmental Center next fall.  For many students in the Mounds View School District, their trip to the Laurentian Environmental Center (LEC) was a highlight of their middle school years.  We are very excited to announce an opportunity for our current 6th grade students to participate in the Laurentian trip in the fall of 2016.  Students will spend 3 days and 2 nights of educational and team-building activities in the north woods of Minnesota.

    Trip 1: Monday, October 24th through Wednesday October 26th.

    Trip 2: Wednesday, October 26th through Friday, October 28th

    LEC is a public residential educational facility that combines environmental education, leadership training and outdoor skills recreation programs.  Please visit the LEC website at www.laurentiancenter.org  for more information.

    More information will be forthcoming about this exciting opportunity


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