May 24th Announcements
May 24th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/24/2018*

*“B” Day*

*2018-2019 Cross Country Sign Up*

Attention 6th and 7th grade runners, it’s time to start thinking about the
upcoming cross country season. If you love running, being outdoors, and
improving your fitness while having fun then cross country is for you!
Practices will begin the first week of school (all completed paperwork
would need to be turned in by first practice). *All those interested
should sign up in the office. *More details to follow. Any questions see
Mrs. Hughes

*Jazz Ensemble* students are reminded to turn in your Standard of
Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method book (Bossa Madeira).

If any students are interested in learning about the weight room, bio
mechanics or just interested in staying fit and active, the coaching staff
at Sheboygan Falls High School would like to help you out. The athletic
program will be running a class to go over basics of bio mechanics and
lifting weights. No prior knowledge is necessary. Because we are getting to
the end of the school year the coaching staff is trying to find a time that
will work for all athletes interested. Please contact coach Henney with
your time available during the beginning of summer.

Eat dinner at Chili´s tonight Thur May 24 and help support our students
traveling to Costa Rica. Simply tell your server you are there for SFHS.
If you don´t want to dine in, Chili´s To-Go is a great option. Every
little bit helps over 30 students get to Costa Rica!

*Attention 7th grade girls interested in playing volleyball next fall:
There will be a brief informational meeting with Coach Miota onThursday,
May 31st during lunch recess in the gym lobby. *

Hello SFMS parents!

The 8th grade students in Integrated SS/LA will be presenting their war
unit projects on May 31st and June 1st. If you would like to be part of the
public audience for these presentations, please RSVP to Courtney Dekanich
at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us by Thursday, May 24th. The
presentation times are below. We would love to have you join us and see all
the hard work our students have done!

Thursday, May 31st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

1:45-3:10

Friday, June 1st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

On Tuesday, June 5th, the 7th grade class will participate in our annual
field trip. At 12:30 PM we will be viewing *A Wrinkle in Time* (PG) at
Marcus Theater in Sheboygan. We will be arriving early (12: 10) for
concessions. The concession stand will be open for students to make their
own purchases. We will be returning to school between 2:30-2:45.

*8th grade parents*: A reminder that 8th Grade Recognition rsvp slips need
to be turned in by Tuesday, May 29. To date, we only have 1 parent signed
up to be a chaperone for the dance. In order for the dance to be held, we
need a minimum of 10 chaperones, including at least 2 men. Please
reconsider helping with this and let Alice Samse or the MS office staff
know asap.

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – *

* Adult participants =8 Ms. Tetschlag*

* Student participants = 30 *Lucy H., Brady M., Katelyn
S. Maya K.

*Auditions for 2018 Fall Musical*

Mark your calendars!

Auditions for the 2018 fall musical will be held:

May 29, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 29, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

June 1, 4-6 pm (MS band room)

No need to prepare. Audition materials will be taught at each audition.
Students will only need to attend one of the audition times. Sign-up on the
HS Choir room door.

The show for this fall will be announced on May 22, at the Fine Arts
Banquet. Audition packets will be available in the HS and MS office
starting on May 23.

*USED BAND INSTRUMENTS*

Some of our Beginning Band Student Families are looking to purchase a used
band instrument. Please contact Mrs. Winkler at
cwinkler@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or 467-7880 ext. 4120 if you have an
instrument that you would like to sell.

*5th Grade Beginning Band Parent Meeting*

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

6:30 PM – MS Auditorium

Door #2 and Door #12 will be open at 6:15 PM

Students are welcome to attend with their parents. 🙂

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 24-Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Learn more about the brain-body connection #4mind4body: bit.ly/
MayMH #MHM2018

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 23rd Announcements
May 23rd, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/23/2018*

*“A” Day*

Eat dinner at Chili´s tonight May 23 or tomorrow night Thur May 24 and help
support our students traveling to Costa Rica. Simply tell your server you
are there for SFHS. If you don´t want to dine in, Chili´s To-Go is a great
option. Every little bit helps over 30 students get to Costa Rica!

*Attention 7th grade girls interested in playing volleyball next fall:
There will be a brief informational meeting with Coach Miota onThursday,
May 31st during lunch recess in the gym lobby. *

Hello SFMS parents!

The 8th grade students in Integrated SS/LA will be presenting their war
unit projects on May 31st and June 1st. If you would like to be part of the
public audience for these presentations, please RSVP to Courtney Dekanich
at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us by Thursday, May 24th. The
presentation times are below. We would love to have you join us and see all
the hard work our students have done!

Thursday, May 31st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

1:45-3:10

Friday, June 1st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

On Tuesday, June 5th, the 7th grade class will participate in our annual
field trip. At 1:00 PM we will be viewing Show Dogs (PG) at Marcus Theater
in Sheboygan. We will be arriving half an hour early (12:30) for
concessions. The concession stand will be open for students to make their
own purchases. We will be returning to school between 2:30-2:45.

*8th grade parents*: A reminder that 8th Grade Recognition rsvp slips need
to be turned in by Tuesday, May 29. To date, we only have 1 parent signed
up to be a chaperone for the dance. In order for the dance to be held, we
need a minimum of 10 chaperones, including at least 2 men. Please
reconsider helping with this and let Alice Samse or the MS office staff
know asap.

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – *

* Adult participants =8 Ms. Tetschlag*

* Student participants = 30 *Lucy H., Brady M., Katelyn
S. Maya K.

*Auditions for 2018 Fall Musical*

Mark your calendars!

Auditions for the 2018 fall musical will be held:

May 29, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 29, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

June 1, 4-6 pm (MS band room)

No need to prepare. Audition materials will be taught at each audition.
Students will only need to attend one of the audition times. Sign-up on the
HS Choir room door.

The show for this fall will be announced on May 22, at the Fine Arts
Banquet. Audition packets will be available in the HS and MS office
starting on May 23.

*USED BAND INSTRUMENTS*

Some of our Beginning Band Student Families are looking to purchase a used
band instrument. Please contact Mrs. Winkler at
cwinkler@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or 467-7880 ext. 4120 if you have an
instrument that you would like to sell.

*5th Grade Beginning Band Parent Meeting*

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

6:30 PM – MS Auditorium

Door #2 and Door #12 will be open at 6:15 PM

Students are welcome to attend with their parents. 🙂

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 23-Living a healthy lifestyle may not be easy but can be achieved by
gradually making small changes and building on those successes.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 22nd Announcements
May 22nd, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/22/2018*

*“B” Day*

Hello SFMS parents!

The 8th grade students in Integrated SS/LA will be presenting their war
unit projects on May 31st and June 1st. If you would like to be part of the
public audience for these presentations, please RSVP to Courtney Dekanich
at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us by Thursday, May 24th. The
presentation times are below. We would love to have you join us and see all
the hard work our students have done!

Thursday, May 31st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

1:45-3:10

Friday, June 1st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

*8th grade parents*: A reminder that 8th Grade Recognition rsvp slips need
to be turned in by Tuesday, May 29. To date, we only have 1 parent signed
up to be a chaperone for the dance. In order for the dance to be held, we
need a minimum of 10 chaperones, including at least 2 men. Please
reconsider helping with this and let Alice Samse or the MS office staff
know asap.

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – *

* Adult participants =8 Ms. Tetschlag*

* Student participants = 30 *Lucy H., Brady M., Katelyn
S. Maya K.

*Auditions for 2018 Fall Musical*

Mark your calendars!

Auditions for the 2018 fall musical will be held:

May 29, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 29, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

June 1, 4-6 pm (MS band room)

No need to prepare. Audition materials will be taught at each audition.
Students will only need to attend one of the audition times. Sign-up on the
HS Choir room door.

The show for this fall will be announced on May 22, at the Fine Arts
Banquet. Audition packets will be available in the HS and MS office
starting on May 23.

*USED BAND INSTRUMENTS*

Some of our Beginning Band Student Families are looking to purchase a used
band instrument. Please contact Mrs. Winkler at
cwinkler@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or 467-7880 ext. 4120 if you have an
instrument that you would like to sell.

*5th Grade Beginning Band Parent Meeting*

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

6:30 PM – MS Auditorium

Door #2 and Door #12 will be open at 6:15 PM

Students are welcome to attend with their parents. 🙂

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 22-Sleep: Your physical and emotional health depends so much on how
rested you are. Sleep is fundamental to a healthy mind and body – getting a
good night’s sleep can make a huge difference in your overall health.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 21st Announcements
May 21st, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/21/2018*

*“A” Day*

Hello SFMS parents!

The 8th grade students in Integrated SS/LA will be presenting their war
unit projects on May 31st and June 1st. If you would like to be part of the
public audience for these presentations, please RSVP to Courtney Dekanich
at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us by Thursday, May 24th. The
presentation times are below. We would love to have you join us and see all
the hard work our students have done!

Thursday, May 31st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

1:45-3:10

Friday, June 1st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – *

* Adult participants =8 Ms. Tetschlag*

* Student participants = 30 *Lucy H., Brady M., Katelyn
S. Maya K.

*Auditions for 2018 Fall Musical*

Mark your calendars!

Auditions for the 2018 fall musical will be held:

May 29, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 29, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 4-6 pm (HS choir room)

May 31, 6-8 pm (HS choir room)

June 1, 4-6 pm (MS band room)

No need to prepare. Audition materials will be taught at each audition.
Students will only need to attend one of the audition times. Sign-up on the
HS Choir room door.

The show for this fall will be announced on May 22, at the Fine Arts
Banquet. Audition packets will be available in the HS and MS office
starting on May 23.

*USED BAND INSTRUMENTS*

Some of our Beginning Band Student Families are looking to purchase a used
band instrument. Please contact Mrs. Winkler at cwinkler@sheboyganfalls.k12.
wi.us or 467-7880 ext. 4120 if you have an instrument that you would like
to sell.

*5th Grade Beginning Band Parent Meeting*

Tuesday, May 29, 2018

6:30 PM – MS Auditorium

Door #2 and Door #12 will be open at 6:15 PM

Students are welcome to attend with their parents. 🙂

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 21-Stress has a huge impact on our lives and can make even day-to-day
life difficult. Research shows that stress is closely linked to high blood
pressure, heart disease and obesity. It also shows that people who feel
depressed or chronically stressed may have a greater risk of physical
illnesses.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 18th Announcements
May 18th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/18/2018*

*“B” Day*

Hello SFMS parents!

The 8th grade students in Integrated SS/LA will be presenting their war
unit projects on May 31st and June 1st. If you would like to be part of the
public audience for these presentations, please RSVP to Courtney Dekanich
at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us by Thursday, May 24th. The
presentation times are below. We would love to have you join us and see all
the hard work our students have done!

Thursday, May 31st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

1:45-3:10

Friday, June 1st:

9:30-11:00

12:10-1:40

*MATH-A-THON PRIZES/TSHIRTS *are in the office. The following students
should pick them up today or tomorrow. Hailey L, Milo R, Ben K, and Skyler
B.

Join the MS & HS Jazz Ensembles for JAZZ IN THE PARK today at 5:00 p.m. in
Settler’s Park. Bring a chair/blanket and a picnic supper and enjoy some
great live jazz!

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Please check the lost and found for any of your missing belongings.
Everything will be brought to goodwill on Friday!

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – Activities included guided meditation, piano, yoga,
exercise, climbed a tree.*

* Adult participants =31 Me. Berg and Mrs. Marquardt*

* Student participants = 47 Karson G, Ellie A, Katelyn S,
and Dylan A*

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 18-Mental health is essential to everyone ’s overall health and
well-being, and mental illnesses are common and treatable. So much of what
we do physically impacts us mentally –it’s important to pay attention to
both your physical health and your mental health, which can help you
achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to recovery.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 17th Announcements
May 17th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/17/2018*

*“A” Day*

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Please check the lost and found for any of your missing belongings.
Everything will be brought to goodwill on Friday!

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – Activities included guided meditation, piano, yoga,
exercise, climbed a tree.*

* Adult participants =31 Me. Berg and Mrs. Marquardt*

* Student participants = 47 Karson G, Ellie A, Katelyn S,
and Dylan A*

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 17-Sleep plays a role in all aspects of our life and overall health.
Getting a good night’s sleep is important to having enough physical and
mental energy to take on daily responsibilities.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 16th Announcements
May 16th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/16/2018*

*“B” Day*

Students that finished the Ecybermission project during the science
challenge group during the first round of Falcon Time can stop by Ms.
Huenink and get collect mission completion certificates.

6th Grade parents, please click on the link below to get information for
the field trip to the Marsh.

Grade 6 Sheboygan Marsh Trip Parent Information

Please check the lost and found for any of your missing belongings.
Everything will be brought to goodwill on Friday!

May 16th is Student Appreciation Day !!! Ice cream treats will be handed
out during students lunch hour.

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Thurs May 17

Full Ensemble

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – Activities included guided meditation, piano, yoga,
exercise, climbed a tree.*

* Adult participants =31 Me. Berg and Mrs. Marquardt*

* Student participants = 47 Karson G, Ellie A, Katelyn S,
and Dylan A*

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/16 – “spring into sports” – show your favorite spring sport whether
it be tennis,

Soccer, baseball, etc. – No golf cleats please!

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

The Falcon Way Store will be open on the following remaining days of our
2017-18 school year. *7th & 8th* – Please have your Falcon Feathers with
you at lunch where you can purchase Awesome items.* 5/16, 5/2*

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 15th Announcements
May 15th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/15/2018*

*“A” Day*

Please check the lost and found for any of your missing belongings.
Everything will be brought to goodwill on Friday!

May 16th is Student Appreciation Day !!! Ice cream treats will be handed
out during students lunch hour.

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Thurs May 17

Full Ensemble

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – Activities included guided meditation, piano, yoga,
exercise, climbed a tree.*

* Adult participants =31 Me. Berg and Mrs. Marquardt*

* Student participants = 47 Karson G, Ellie A, Katelyn S,
and Dylan A*

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/16 – “spring into sports” – show your favorite spring sport whether
it be tennis,

Soccer, baseball, etc. – No golf cleats please!

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

The Falcon Way Store will be open on the following remaining days of our
2017-18 school year. *7th & 8th* – Please have your Falcon Feathers with
you at lunch where you can purchase Awesome items.* 5/16, 5/2*

*Summer Opportunities *

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25th through June 28th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

*Basketball Camp*

*WHERE*: Random Lake High School

*When:* Sunday, June 10th

​Boys and Girls – $55

*GRADES 3-6* – 11:30am-2:30pm

*GRADES 7-12* – 3:30pm-6:30pm

*Can simply register at the door (email first) or visit *
*joshgassercamps.wixsite.com/hoops*

*Questions contact: **jgassercamps@gmail.com* <jgassercamps@gmail.com>

Each camper will also receive autograph & photo

PLEASE BRING A BASKETBALL FOR YOUR SON/DAUGHTER TO USE

Will focus on developing players’ overall physical and mental skills
through teaching fundamentals and drill work. Skill development will
include ball handling, shooting, scoring moves, footwork, finishing around
the basket, and defense. We will also focus on intangible aspects of the
game from our experiences as college and professional basketball players
including: hard work, perseverance, leadership, toughness,
teamwork, aggressiveness, and academics. We believe spring and summer is
the most important time of the year for individual improvement so we hope
this can be a great start to the offseason and give them drills to work on.

​This will not be a camp where we roll the balls out and let them play 5v5.
Kids play enough 5v5 in practice, open gyms, AAU, etc.. We want the kids
getting in the gym to focus on individual skill development in a hard
working, fun, and competitive environment.

​Having the privilege to work with University of Wisconsin coaches, NBA
coaches/trainers, and European professional coaches, there are many skills
and drills I have been able to learn to improve as a player. The consistent
theme will always be the fundamentals and little details to improve
individual and team performance on both ends of the court.

​Instruction will be provided by:

*​Josh Gasser*: Former Wisconsin Badger & European Professional

Among other coaches

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 14th Announcements
May 14th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/14/2018*

*“B” Day*

May 16th is Student Appreciation Day !!! Ice cream treats will be handed
out during students lunch hour.

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*Mead Public Library’s 2018 ACUITY Cool Picks Summer Library Program for
Kids!* This year’s theme *Libraries Rock*. The program begins Monday,
May 14 and
ends Tuesday, September 4. All students *going into* grade 6-12 are
eligible. When a participant reads a book, he or she will fill out a short
report form, which is online. Participants can turn in up to 30 reports
during the program. Each report completed will be submitted for a chance to
win one of our many prizes. The grand prizes are an Xbox One, a mountain
bike, a Kindle Fire, or a HDTV!! Stop in the Middle School Library to pick
up a brochure. Good Luck!!

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

The spring concert is planned for May 14th at 7:00 pm in the High School
Auditorium. Students should plan to arrive at 6:30 pm, and 6th, 7th, and, 8
th grade choruses report to the cafeteria.

Appropriate dress for this concert will be the following:

Boys: black dress pants, white dress shirt (short or long sleeves), black
socks, and black shoes.

Girls: black dress pants or black skirt (knee length or longer), white
shirt (sleeves should cover the shoulder), black nylons or tights, black
shoes. Please no belts over shirts for women.

The dress rehearsal will be held on May 14th at 7:50 am. *Presto Show
Choir will rehearse at 7:15 am.* Students walking, riding the bus or being
dropped off by parents will report directly to the High School. We will
need parent supervision for this rehearsal. If any parent is interested,
please contact Mrs. Charbonneau by Friday, May 11th.

The students should arrive back at the middle school at these times from
the morning rehearsal on May 14th: 6th grade – 9:00 am; 7th grade and 8th
grade – 9:30 am.

*Presto Show Choir Ladies* – we are going to wear black for this
performance with our scarves.

*Uke Club* – we will not be practicing at the high school but please join
us for the concert on May 14th and report to the High School cafeteria at
6:30 pm. You may wear dress up clothes for this performance.

Thank you for your continued support of the Choral Music Program here at
Sheboygan Falls Middle School. I am looking forward to a wonderful concert.

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 2 – Activities included guided meditation, piano, yoga,
exercise, climbed a tree.*

* Adult participants =31 Me. Berg and Mrs. Marquardt*

* Student participants = 47 Karson G, Ellie A, Katelyn S,
and Dylan A*

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 14-The Gut-Brain Connection: That gut-wrenching feeling in the pit of
your stomach is all too real – your gut is sensitive to emotions like
anger, anxiety, sadness, and joy – and your brain can react to signals from
your stomach. All the more reason to eat a balanced and nutritious diet –
so that your gut and your brain can be healthy.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/16 – “spring into sports” – show your favorite spring sport whether
it be tennis,

Soccer, baseball, etc. – No golf cleats please!

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

The Falcon Way Store will be open on the following remaining days of our
2017-18 school year. *7th & 8th* – Please have your Falcon Feathers with
you at lunch where you can purchase Awesome items.* 5/16, 5/2*

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25**th** through June 28**th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Tues May 15

Full Ensemble

Thurs May 17

Full Ensemble

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

14 6-8 Chorus Dress Rehearsal – 7:55-9:45 – HS

6-8 Chorus Spring Concert – 7:00 p.m. – HS

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.

May 11th Announcements
May 11th, 2018

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*5/11/2018*

*“A” Day*

*END OF YEAR MEDICATION PROCEDURE:*

Parents are reminded that they are expected to pick up their son or
daughter’s medication at the end of the school year. Unless the student’s
medication form indicated that they may carry and administer their own
medication, *the student may not transport their own medication home.*
Medication
must be picked up prior to the last day of school. We cannot store any
medication over the summer with the move to the new Middle School. All
remaining medication will be properly disposed of no later than June 7,
2018.

*Attention Musicians!*

This year’s annual LAKELAND UNIVERSITY MUSIC CAMP is *July 22-28th* for all
middle and high school musicians. Lakeland’s camp offers band, choir,
orchestra, and piano ensembles along with a variety of electives such as
Jazz Band, Show Choir, Yoga, Bucket Drumming, Comedy Improvisation, and
many more! It is a great opportunity to further develop music skills with
some of the best teachers and musicians in the state.

For more information, check out our website at Lakeland.edu/MusicCamp.

For questions, please contact Becky Charbonneau (Camp Director) at
rjcharb@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us or Stephanie Stowers (Camp Registrar) at
musiccamp@lakeland.edu.

We hope to see our Sheboygan Falls musicians there!

*6th Grade, due to many conflicts on the playground there will be no
football allowed in the morning or at lunch recess time for the remainder
of the year. *

*LIBRARY FINAL CHECK OUT INFORMATION** – Please return all Library items by
WEDNESDAY MAY 23rd. If you cannot locate items, stop in the library to
pick up a slip with the money amount of the items that are missing. Thanks
for your help with final return of your library items.*

The spring concert is planned for May 14th at 7:00 pm in the High School
Auditorium. Students should plan to arrive at 6:30 pm, and 6th, 7th, and, 8
th grade choruses report to the cafeteria.

Appropriate dress for this concert will be the following:

Boys: black dress pants, white dress shirt (short or long sleeves), black
socks, and black shoes.

Girls: black dress pants or black skirt (knee length or longer), white
shirt (sleeves should cover the shoulder), black nylons or tights, black
shoes. Please no belts over shirts for women.

The dress rehearsal will be held on May 14th at 7:50 am. *Presto Show
Choir will rehearse at 7:15 am.* Students walking, riding the bus or being
dropped off by parents will report directly to the High School. We will
need parent supervision for this rehearsal. If any parent is interested,
please contact Mrs. Charbonneau by Friday, May 11th.

The students should arrive back at the middle school at these times from
the morning rehearsal on May 14th: 6th grade – 9:00 am; 7th grade and 8th
grade – 9:30 am.

*Presto Show Choir Ladies* – we are going to wear black for this
performance with our scarves.

*Uke Club* – we will not be practicing at the high school but please join
us for the concert on May 14th and report to the High School cafeteria at
6:30 pm. You may wear dress up clothes for this performance.

Thank you for your continued support of the Choral Music Program here at
Sheboygan Falls Middle School. I am looking forward to a wonderful concert.

As we welcome the month of May I have decided to run a weekly raffle to
celebrate taking care of yourself mentally and physically. Every Friday in
May I will draw four names to win a special prize from my office. All you
have to do is stop by the office and complete a short survey noting how you
took care of your self during the week. Examples might be that you read a
book for enjoyment, played your instrument for enjoyment, played a sport,
or simply took a walk. We are encouraging everyone to be mindful of the
importance of being your best! To be at your best, means finding time to
relax. Thank you and good luck! Ms. Markofski

* Week 1 – Activities included walking, reading, meditating,
gardening, etc.*

* Adult participants =18 (Mrs. Probst won the raffle)*

* Student participants = 15 (John, Erin, & Zach won the
raffle)*

School Nutrition Employee Week~ May 7th -11th

Police Week May 13-19

www.policeweek.org/schedule.html

The high school football parent meeting has been rescheduled due to the
conflict with 8th grade graduation. It will now be held on Wednesday, May
30, at 5:30pm at the high school.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month! When you or someone you love is
dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it is a lot to handle. It
is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s
overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. So much of what we do physically affects us mentally. That is
why this year’s theme for May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body
– is a call to pay attention to both your physical health and your mental
health, which can help achieve overall wellness and set you on a path to
recovery. May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental
Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the
importance of good mental health for everyone. This May we are focused on
how a healthy lifestyle may help prevent the onset or worsening of mental
health conditions, as well as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other
chronic health problems. It can also help people recover from these
conditions. Eating healthy foods, managing stress, exercising, and getting
enough sleep can go a long way in making you both physically and mentally
healthy. Each day during the month of May, Mental Health America will post
a challenge on our website atwww.mentalhealthamerica.net/challenge and on
our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. Each daily challenge will be
designed to take relatively little time, and be accessible to individuals
no matter their level of physical fitness of where they are on their mental
health journey.

May 11-Getting the appropriate amount of exercise benefits nearly all
aspects of a person’s health. Not only does exercise help control weight,
it also improves mental health, and chances of living longer and healthier.

*Let us show some community and school spirit by participating in special
Wednesdays! Each Wed. for the remainder of the year, we will have a fun
theme. Play along and have some fun!*

Wed., 5/16 – “spring into sports” – show your favorite spring sport whether
it be tennis,

Soccer, baseball, etc. – No golf cleats please!

Wed., 5/23 – School Spirit Day – Show your Falcon pride

Wed., 5/30 – National Say Something Nice Day – let’s just say “Nice in
Ninety” – Try to

say or do something nice every ninety minutes. Report to any staff

member what you did that was nice or what someone did for you and

receive a Falcon Feather

Wed., 6/6 – National Eyewear Day – wear sunglasses or goofy glasses

The Falcon Way Store will be open on the following remaining days of our
2017-18 school year. *7th & 8th* – Please have your Falcon Feathers with
you at lunch where you can purchase Awesome items.* 5/16, 5/2*

*Basketball News!!* Sheboygan Falls’ Boys basketball camp for boys
entering 4th grade through 9th grade is *June 25**th** through June 28**th*.
Learn the fundamentals of shooting, dribbling, passing, scoring, and
playing defense from the Sheboygan Falls’ basketball coaching staff and
players. Camp forms are located in the office or you can pick one up from
Mr. Frohling at the middle school.

Any questions, contact Coach Frohling at jafrohling@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us

Ice Cream: 5th grade – Ben G. & Ethan B.; 6th grade – Hailey L. Alivia B.,
and Megan G.; 7th grade – Keira K.; 8th grade – Jake S.

Show Choir Schedule

Date

Time

Room

5/14

7:15

HS

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble – May Schedule*

All rehearsals are held in the MS Band Room 7:00-7:45 a.m.

Tues May 15

Full Ensemble

Thurs May 17

Full Ensemble

Fri May 18

Jazz in the Park

5:00 PM

Settler’s Park

Tues May 22

Breakfast

7:00 AM

MS Band Room

*Health Tip:*

As summer approaches we fill our calendars with fun, vacations, relaxations
and appointments. As we close the current school year and prepare for the
2018-2019 school year please make time to get all the necessary
appointments done ahead of time.

Doctors visits: physicals, Immunizations, medication forms, etc

Dental visits: see your family dentist *or *fill out paperwork to
participate in the School Dental Program we offer here at school.

Vision: be on the lookout for squinting, complaints about blurry vision,
headaches, worsening performance at school, short attention span, losing
one’s place when reading, avoidance with reading, and turning head from
side to side when looking at something.

Take time to schedule these appointments ahead of time to avoid the rush
and stress at the beginning of a school year. We want your children at
school, ready to learn. Please contact your school nurses if you have any
questions or need help finding access to care.

*MAY*

11 Team 200 Blue Harbor Outing

14 6-8 Chorus Dress Rehearsal – 7:55-9:45 – HS

6-8 Chorus Spring Concert – 7:00 p.m. – HS

18 Jazz in the Park – MS/HS Jazz Ensembles – Settlers’
Park 5pm

22 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

23 8th Grade Band – Band Festival at the Kalahari

24 Marsh 6th Grade- Tetschlag/Hiles/Fiorini

25-28 No School

29 5th Grade Band Parent Meeting – 6:30 p.m. – MS
Auditorium

31 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

*JUNE*

1 Marsh 6th Grade-Debbink/Dufoor

4 5th Grade Civil War Reenactment – Kohler

5 8th Grade Recognition – HS Auditorium

6 8th Grade Trip

7 Last day for students grades 5-7 (Early Release
11:10 a.m.)/8th Grade No School

Grades Due at 3:45 p.m.