Fourth Grade visited the nursing home today and sang Christmas carols with the residents. Spreading holiday cheer!
In honor of Native American Heritage month, the Killdeer High School students had the pleasure of meeting and learning from three very gifted speakers this week. On Tuesday, Mr. Clinton Wolf- Cultural/Spiritual Leader from the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation-spoke to the students about cultural myths and expectations. On Wednesday, Ms. Wind Spirit Spotted Bear- Professional Model, Graphic Designer, Cultural Language Preservation Specialist, Artist- shared origin storytelling, tribal history and her language. On Thursday, Allan Demerary- Native American Flute Player, Cultural Storyteller and Educator- shared his story telling gift with the students while challenging them to work together. All three speakers shared a common message of respecting each other, coming together, understanding one's past to move into the future, being a leader, and demonstrating courage. The Killdeer staff and students would like to thank our speakers for taking the time to share with us and hope we can convince them to come back again!
Kennedy will be working hard helping our younger students stay safe on the playground. She will also be helping to spread holiday cheer. Thank you for being such a positive role model with our younger peers.
Killdeer Girls Basketball at the DSU vs Rocky Mountain College basketball game. Team Building! 🧡🖤
November Cowboy Pride winners. Congratulations. ❤️
https://vimeo.com/774402982 Heroes Day❤️ Honoring our Veterans
The Fine Arts production of High School Musical is one to check out!! The students did an amazing job under the direction of Mr. Housel. Congratulations on a successful opening night!! Be sure to check it out on the 19th (7:00) and 20th (3:00)!
The weather changed our plans for the Veteran’s Day Program. Our elementary students created some artwork for this special day.
Art from our Veteran’s Day program that was not able to take place due to weather.
The weather changed our plans for the Veteran’s Day Program. Our elementary students created some artwork for this special day. A collection of photos for you to enjoy.
The weather changed our plans for the Veteran’s Day Program. Our elementary students created some artwork for this special day. Enjoy!
Veteran’s Display. Thank you to the families and staff that helped us create such a special wall of honor.
This year we had 3 All-Region selections and 2 All-Region Honorable mentions. Congratulations!! We are so proud of your hard work and dedication to the Football program. Noah Jepson - All Region Linebacker Gus Bohmbach - All Region Linebacker Birch Bang - All Region Defensive End Joseph Dukart - Honorable Mention Offensive Line Ben Roundy - Honorable Mention Offensive Line
Jax Kilburn will be on patrol this week helping our kindergarten students stay safe on the playground. Thank you Jax for helping to keep our students safe at school.
Killdeer High School Student Council is selling Ugly Christmas Sweaters! Order Forms are due today (Nov 14th)
Check out the Girls Basketball Fundraiser! Store closes Nov 28th https://stores.logomagicinc.com/cowboysbasketball
Killdeer Fine Arts Production coming soon: November 18, 19 and 20th. 🤩
Gracie Doe. All region volleyball!!!! Super proud of you Gracie!! Well deserved.
Parent meeting for HSGBB HSBBB and 7-12 Wrestling tonight at 530 in the high school commons. Meeting will be 45 min to an hour. Also Big News!!! KILLDEER WILL HOST THE 2023 REGION 7 VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY AND THE 23-24 REGION 7 GBB TOURNEY. A big thank you to the school board and admin for their vision. Exciting times!!
Corporal Ricky helped the AAA Killdeer Safety Patrol sell their patrol mix to raise money for the Shop With A Cop Program this morning. He also had the opportunity to work with some of our fabulous students. Thanks for visiting our school Corporal Ricky, from the Dunn County Sheriff's Office.