Saturday, January 16, 2016

January 15, 2016 - Crestwood Secondary

Crestwood Secondary Schools (7-12)
http://www.howard-winn.k12.ia.us/crestwood-junior-high 

Chris Rogne, Principal
crogne@howard-winn.k12.ia.us
office: 563-547-2764
Twitter: @chris_rogne





Events for the Week of January 16th - January 22nd     
         
Saturday, January 16th:


9:00            9th girls BB @ Valley High School
10:00          Varsity Wrestling Tournament @ MFL MarMac High School
2:00            Home JV girls BB vs. Kee, Lansing
3:00            Home JV girls BB vs. Kee, Lansing

Monday, January 18th:

                    NEIC Conference Honors Music Festival a Waverly
4:00             7th-8th grade Wrestling @ Sumner-Fredericksburg         

Tuesday, January 19th:

4:15             7th-8th grade Wrestling @ Charles City Middle School
5:00 - 9:00   Dollars For Scholars Phoneathon

Wednesday, January 20th:

3:30             Secondary BLT Meeting in the High School Media Center
6:00 - 8:00   Dollars For Scholars Phoneathon    
6:30             After prom parent committee meeting in the CHS Student Center             
             
Thursday, January 21st:

11:30          NEIC Conference Principal's Meeting
4:15            8th Boys BB @ Charles City Middle School
4:15            Home 7th grade Boys BB vs. Charles City
6:15            JV Wrestling dual @ Decorah High School
6:15            9th grade girls BB game @ South Winneshiek High School
7:15            9th grade Boys BB game @ South Winneshiek High School
7:15            Varsity Wrestling dual @ Decorah High School
         
Friday, January 22nd:

9:00            High School Success Team Meeting
10:40          JH Success Team Meeting
5:00            9th grade girls BB @ Charles City High School
5:00            Home 9th grade boys BB vs. Charles City
6:15            JV girls BB @ Charles City High School
6:15            Home JV boys BB vs. Charles City
7:30            Varsity girls BB @ Charles City High School
7:30            Home Varsity boys BB vs. Charles City 
                 
CBE - Pathways to post-secondary opportunity 

Brian Ondrashek, NICC Construction Instructor,presents to students in Mr. Ferrie and Mr. Lentz's class
One of the 10 characteristics of a Competency Based Education (CBE) system is where district provides smooth transitions within and beyond the PreK-12 experience.

A key indicator of this includes a system where reports and transcripts contain reliable evidence of student learning and information necessary for post-secondary institutions to admit and place students. PowerSchool, our student management system is one tool we use to assist with this.  Another indicator of this characteristic is open communication exists between levels within the district between the district and post-secondary providers that typically serve the district’s graduates. We are fortunate to have the partnership with NICC for Crestwood students to be able to pursue career pathways while earning both High School and College credit.



Highlights from the Howard-Winn / NICC partnership in fiscal year 2014-2015:


  • 143 Crestwood students took advantage of concurrent enrollment offerings at NICC
  • 1,325 college credits were earned by Crestwood students
  • $687,662 tuition cost for concurrent enrollment classes
  • $4,803 average savings per year for Crestwood students
An average student taking concurrent enrollment classes at NICC can save their family, on average, $9,000 - $10,000 on college before graduating high school.

FB Cheerleaders Honored for Academic Achievement 


The following students received a 3.0 - 3.24 GPA in their classroom work while actively participating in football cheerleading. These students exemplify the excellence achieved by the young people of today and the future of tomorrow.  





Skye MeineckeMegan FerrieMaia HarveyAlison McGuire
Michaela PinterAbbe FooteDestiny HodgesKatrina Sanders
Kayla ReinhartAutumn ForcelleKayla HruskaKatie Saner
Elaina BalkKirsten GossmanLindsay KlennertOlivia Smith
Hailey DullBailey HagemanMorgan LarsonKatelyn Stortz
Kelly DietzenbachBobbi HagemanNoel LloydMackenzie Ward
Keaunna WilsonSami Weigert


 

Students involved in activities average fewer absences per year than the general student population. „ 

Participation in high school activities is a valuable part of the overall high school experience. „ 

Students who compete in high school activity programs achieve higher grades and have better attendance. „ 

School activities teach lessons that include citizenship, teamwork, motivation, cooperation and self-discipline. „ 

Those who participate in activity programs are less likely to have discipline referrals than the general student population.





NICC Construction Trades


The demand is high in construction trades. Job openings are expected to increase an average 22 percent through 2020*. Attend our free career event and learn from employer sponsors about job openings, earning potential, financial assistance and short-term training opportunities in building construction and construction equipment operation.  The majority of the classes take place 2 nights a week starting February 15 - April 2nd

Construction Trades Career Event
January 20, 2016 at 5:30 p.m.

Wilder Business Center
Northeast Iowa Community College Calmar Campus
1625 Highway 150 South, Calmar
Register Today!


Meet Mr. Dennler
What grade levels and subjects do you teach?
Biology - 10th
Anatomy - 11-12th
Environmental Science - NICC - 11-12th
Natural Resource Conservation - NICC - 11-12th


How many years have you been an educator? How many years at Howard-Winn?
Howard-Winn was my first teaching job 20 years ago.

Where did you attend college?
I graduated from Central College in Pella, IA with a BA in Biology. I got my Masters of Science in Science Education through Montana State in Bozeman, Montana.


Was there a particular event or person that inspired you to become an educator?
I always wanted to be a teacher and a coach. I originally planned on being a math teacher because of my high school geometry and calculus teacher, but switched to biology after my freshman year in college. I had a strong biology and anatomy teacher in high school and I grew up on a farm loving the outdoors so it just fit better.

What is your favorite thing about Howard-Winn? 
It feels like home. I have been here 20 years now and I enjoy the staff and students I work with everyday. We have good students to work with and we have the opportunity and encouragement to grow in our professional lives.

Any words of wisdom or advice?
Work hard everyday, even if you don't think anyone is watching you!

More about Mr. Dennler:
I like spending time with my wife Stephanie and daughter Ella. I love to travel, spend time outdoors with my family, hunting and fishing, and watching/coaching sports. It has been really enjoyable to share the state tournament with my wife and daughter the last two years.

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