In order to be eligible for a diploma from Ashby Public School, grade 11 students must fulfill graduation assessment requirements in writing, reading, mathematics, and writing by taking the ACT Plus Writing test.
The ACT Plus Writing includes 215 multiple-choice questions plus a Writing test and takes approximately 4 hours to complete, including a short break. Actual testing time excluding breaks is 2 hours and 55 minutes plus the 30 minute Writing test. ACT results are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US.
ACT Plus Writing is a required graduation assessment to provide information to grade 11 students, their parents, and educators regarding the level of preparedness for postsecondary success on a nationally recognized college entrance exam.
The ACT plus Writing Test will be offered to all grade 11 students at no charge at Ashby Public School on Tuesday, April 19, 2016.
Any grade 12 student wishing to re-take the ACT on this date, please contact Barb Kraemer at 218-747-2257 or email@example.com.
A Science Fair is where students present their science project results in the form of a report, display board, and models or experiments that they have created. The Ashby Science Fair allows students in grades 7-8 and 9-10 to compete in science activities while learning valuable science facts. Many Ashby students have been working on their projects since January.
In the United States, science fairs first became popular in the early 1950s. Interest in the sciences was at a new high after the world witnessed the use of the first two atomic weapons and the dawn of television. As the decade progressed, science stories in the news, such as Jonas Salk’s vaccine for polio and the launch of Sputnik, brought science fiction to reality and attracted increasing numbers of students to fairs.
The Ashby High School Science Fair was held on Monday, March 21 in the big gym at school. Grades 7 and 8 presented their projects and were judged in the morning while students in grades 9 and 10 displayed their projects and were judged in the afternoon. The Science Fair was open to the public from 4:00-7:00 p.m. An awards presentation was held at 7:00 p.m.
For a complete list and pictures of this year's projects visit this page on our seb site: ACTIVITIES...SPECIAL EVENTS...SCIENCE FAIR. Enjoy!
”The Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Company is directing a portion of its sales of the products of Powerade and Powerade Zero back to participating area high school under a program called Powerade 4 Schools. The amount given is based on the Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Co. territory and then divided to high schools based on a percentage of purchased beverages at the schools and in the communities. The program’s goal is to encourage active lifestyles through the support of school athletic programs, within the Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Co. franchise.”
Viking Coca-Cola would like to thank Shane Tappe, K-12 Principal, Heidi Hoff, Student Council Advisor, John Kent, Letterwinners Advisor, together with Trever Schlosser, owner of JC’s Grocery and the entire community for their support if the Powerade 4 Schools Program. Ashby Public School received a check in the amount of $803.04, to be split between the Student Council and Letterwinners.
Student Council Members pictured L to R are:
Miles Wing-Pres., Brianna Spangler-V.Pres., Taylor Koefod-Treas., Sami Johansen-Sec., along with Rob Solyntjes-Sales Representative
What people like most about Reading...there are many reasons such as:
-Learning, gaining knowledge, and discovering information.
-The pleasure of escaping reality, becoming immersed in another world, and the enjoyment gotten from using your imaginations.
-The entertainment value of reading, the drama of good stories, the suspense of watching a good plot unfold.
-Enjoy relaxing while reading and having quiet time.
-Learn about a variety of topics through reading.
-Enjoy finding enrichment through reading and expanding your worldview.
-Being mentally challenged by books
During I Love to Read month, Ashby 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students set a goal of reading 1000 books. -They surpassed their goal by reading over 1300 books. Individual high goals were recorded for one boy and one girl from each grade.