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Silver Lake Public Schools

Jr.- Sr. High School P.O. Box 8, 9405 S. Lincoln Street Roseland, NE 68973 Phone: (402) 756-6611 Fax: (402) 756-6613. Elementary P.O. Box 127, 104 Webster Street Bladen, NE 68928 Phone: (402) 756-1311 Fax: (402) 756-1313. Silver Lake Public Schools. silverlakemustangs.org.

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Silver Lake Public Schools

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  1. Jr.- Sr. High School P.O. Box 8, 9405 S. Lincoln Street Roseland, NE 68973 Phone: (402) 756-6611 Fax: (402) 756-6613 Elementary P.O. Box 127, 104 Webster Street Bladen, NE 68928 Phone: (402) 756-1311 Fax: (402) 756-1313 Silver Lake Public Schools silverlakemustangs.org

  2. The mission statements of Silver Lake Public Schools is to be dedicated to providing excellence in learning for all students through strong instructional leadership, a safe and inviting environment, and partnership with parents and the community. Mission Statement of Silver Lake Public Schools

  3. Superintendent: Jeff Walburn Elementary Principal: Mark Grove Second Principal: Ken Mahoney Administration Information

  4. History of Roseland • Established in 1875 • Named after the acres of wildroses growing here • 1901, boardwalks were built over mud holes • 250 inhabitants today • Excellent agricultural land

  5. History of Bladen • Established in 1872 • Bladen was established when the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. • When the train couldn’t make the grade at the bottom of the hill the townspeople relocated to the top of the hill creating Bladen, NE. • In 1905 was when the Webster County Fair was created. • Bladen remains a prime-shipping center for grain. • Many of the landowners are the grandsons or granddaughters of the people who stuck out the 30’s hardships.

  6. History of Campbell • Established in the 1870’s • The little Blue River attracted settlers to this area. • The Lincoln Land Company purchased the west half of Section 24 and platted the town of Campbell in May of 1886 named Alex Campbell, a supervisor of the railroad.

  7. History of Holstein • Established in the early 1870’s • Stories from early days suggest that their was a village • The coming of the railroad gave a boost to community development and Holstein was officially incorporated in 1889.

  8. School History • In 1986-1987 the Bladen Bulldogs and the Roseland Cardinals consolidated. • In 1998 the Campbell Cardinals merged with the Silver Lake School District. • In 2006 the Holstein Wildcats joined. • The 4 communities create an outstanding learning environment for kindergarten though twelfth grade students. • Silver Lake Public adopted the MUSTANGS as the official mascot and MAROON, SILVER, and BLACK as the schools colors.

  9. One-to-One Technology • At the beginning of January 8th, 2008 the students received their laptops.

  10. Elementary Opportunities • Student Council • Quiz Bowl • Science Fair • Knowledge Master Open • Jr. High Math Counts

  11. Elementary Opportunities • Technology: Laptop & Computer Lab

  12. Elementary Opportunities • Farm Safety • Earth Jamboree • Dr. Seuss Day • Community Boy/Girl Scouts • Interaction with Community Centers

  13. Elementary Opportunities • State Writing Contest • Accelerated Reader Program • Honors Night

  14. Elementary Opportunities • Winter/Spring Musical • Community Youth Basketball/Volleyball • Elementary Cheer Clinic

  15. Elementary Opportunities • 6th Grade Promotion • Field Trips related to material being studied

  16. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities Athletics • Cheerleading • Football • Volleyball • Girls Basketball • Boys Basketball • Track

  17. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Close-Up • FBLA • Student Council

  18. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • County Government Day • Science Fair • Quiz Fair • Academic A.C.T.I.O.N.S. Day

  19. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Speech • Drama • Pep Band • Choir and Musicals

  20. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Distance Learning: • Students earning college credit while in High School

  21. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Yearbook Staff • Journalism • Pony Express

  22. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Accelerated Reader Program • Science Fair • Honors Night • National Honors Society

  23. Jr.-Sr. High Opportunities • Student Activities Scheduled At Least Once A Month: • Homecoming • Prom • Lock-In • Movie Nights • Dances

  24. Why SLPS? • Updated Technology • One-to-One Technology Education • Advanced Computer Education • Power School

  25. Why SLPS? • Interactive Website • Includes Daily/Weekly/Monthly Announcements • Student Alert Program • Online Grading System & Lesson Plans

  26. Why SLPS? • Updated Facilities • Early Learning Center • Online Media Center

  27. Why SLPS? • College Credit • Articulated Classes • Online Classes through CCC-Hastings

  28. Why SLPS? • School Transportation To All Events

  29. School Board Member Information • President- Randy Sorenson • Vice President- Dana Meyer • Secretary- Kathy Riese • Treasurer- Joan Fisher • Members- Dennis Timm, Daren Niemeyer, Steve Parr, Jeff Grabill, and Lenard Trausch

  30. SLPS Is For YOU • Because We Care!

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