The Meskwaki Youth Program is having a Girls Lacrosse Parent Meeting on January 15 from 7-8pm in the MSS High School Commons.
This is for Girls in Grades 4th – 6th, also please note there will be a $30 Registration Fee.
During this Parent Meeting the following will be discussed:
- Girls Team Name/Logo/Colors/Uniform
- Practice Times
- Upcoming Clinics
- Lacrosse Games and Tournaments
Join us as we welcome Chance Rush, Youth Outreach Advocate, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach to the Meskwaki Settlement on February 6th!
“Chance travels throughout the United States and Canada to work with Native communities in efforts to inspire, heal, motivate and energize. He has a talent for using his energy and humor to spread a simple message. He promotes healthy living and lives his life alcohol and drug free.”
Meskwaki Settlement School
Starting Thursday, March 19th the Meskwaki Settlement School, including offices, will be closed until at least April 13th. However, the elementary and middle/high schools will be open this Wednesday, March 18th from 2-6pm to allow students to retrieve essential items (like medication, laptops, etc.). If you need to get your child’s medication, an authorized adult MUST sign for it. It cannot be given to children. We are in the process of sanitizing our buildings, so access should be quick and targeted to retrieve only the items you need. Communication regarding academic support will be sent home from the school later today. Families may utilize the email directory located on the school’s webpage to connect with staff during the closing.