The primary function of the Mobridge-Pollock Public School System is to promote the well-rounded and continuous growth of its youth into effective citizens in a democratic society. To attain this goal the school shall endeavor to provide a suitable environment for helpful guidance, training, and experiences which will assist each student to become better adjusted in his/her family, social, and business relationships, concerned for his/her own welfare and the welfare of others, open-minded on controversial issues, trained in work habits, skills, and logical reasoning, and prepared for profitable and gratifying use of leisure time. Furthermore, the school shall endeavor to provide for the physical and moral well-being of each student. Finally, the school shall cooperate with the home, church, and other community forces to build the educative experience of its youth.
The South Dakota Music Education Association recognizes teachers serving 25 or more years to music education. Mrs. Zahn received her 25-year award prior to the All-State concert. Pictured with Mrs. Zahn is Kim Bogart, SDMEA award chair.
Congratulations to Heidi Olson, Caelen McCollam, and Blaise Thompson on qualifying for the State. Heidi placed 3rd, Caelen placed 12th, and Blaise placed 5th at the region meet in Chamberlain on Thursday.
Good luck at State next week.
The Mobridge-Pollock Cross Country team traveled to Gettysburg to compete in the Central Conference meet. The boy's team placed first and Heidi Olson won the girls division. Great day for the Tiger runners!!
Congratulations to Mrs. Nicole Dallman on being named the Region #4 Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Dallman is a third-grade teacher in Mobridge-Pollock School District. Please visit the link posted to see other Region TOY winners. Best of luck to Mrs. Dallman in being a finalist for State Teacher of the Year.