The SDHSAA Summer Moratorium is from July 1-July 7. This is a time period restricting access to White River athletic facilities, including the weight room. Please see the SDHSSA rules below. SDHSAA Moratorium Rules: a. From July 1 - July 7 annually, no contact may take place between student-athletes and their coaches. This period shall be known as the summer “moratorium.” This restriction on activity includes any team contact, individual contact, private lesson, open gym or other situation wherein coaches will interact with student-athletes in an activity setting for any SDHSAA-Sanctioned Activity wherein coaching, guidance or supervision is provided. b. Coaches must abstain from any activity with their student-athletes during this time that could fall under the auspices as previously listed in this section. i. Clarification One – Coaches cannot schedule any team activity for their players, including camp participation, open gyms, conditioning programs or outside entities providing instruction, during the moratorium period. ii. Clarification Two – Coaches must make every attempt to not participate in any situation that could fall under the definitions as listed previously in this section. iii. Clarification Three – Coaches and Schools must refrain from allowing non-school personnel access to facilities, equipment or resources during the moratorium
4 days ago, Louie Krogman
WHITE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 47-1 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING June 13, 2022 6:30 PM A. ROUTINES--ORDER A-1 CHAIRMAN CALLS THE MEETING TO ORDER A-2 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG A-3 ROLL CALL A-4 ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS A-5 APPROVE AGENDA B. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION—is placed first on the Agenda to accommodate (1) a school patron who wishes to address the Board; or, (2) a patron who wishes to present a proposal or concern; or, (3) to a patron who has provided the Board Chairman with a written grievance prior to the meeting which has not been resolved after the school patron has worked through the school organization. (Working through the organization means the school patron has met with the staff member, as appropriate; and with the principal, as needed; and/or, then with the superintendent.) If these meetings have been held and the grievance remains unsolved, the Board will deal with the written grievance at its meeting. If not, the Board shall proceed, without interruption, with the other business of the Board. Personnel matters of a controversial nature, which would include students, teachers, or other persons, shall not be discussed by the Board in open session with a school patron. A school patron may request an executive session with the Board. (An executive session may be granted at the Board’s discretion; and, only after the Board’s business is concluded. This is an accommodation to other school patrons who are attending this meeting.) Anyone wishing to speak to the Board must be acknowledged by the Board Chairman. This will permit the meeting to be handled in an orderly manner. Speakers are requested to identify themselves and their topic and are asked to limit their remarks to five (5) minutes. Thank you for your attendance, interest, and participation. B-1 Start School Plan 2022-23- Review and open for public input Possible action item to revise/change. C. ROUTINES--BUSINESS - Approval and signing of the Minutes of the March 14, 2022 School Board Meeting - Approve Monthly Financial Reports for March, 2022 - Authorize Payment of Bills - Approve the transfer of Impact Aid funds to the General Fund and Capital Outlay Fund. D. PERSONNEL AND OTHER ACTION ITEMS D-1 Principal’s Reports D-2 Travel Reports/Requests D-3 First Presentation- Parent/Student Handbook Policies E SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT E-1 Facilities Projects Updates E-2 Board Policy Manual Review F. EXECUTIVE SESSION(s) as needed G. ADJOURNMENT
25 days ago, Tom Cameron
The MS gym is closed until further notice for renovations. The HS gym is closed Sunday, May 29 and Monday May 30 for a Memorial Day program.
about 1 month ago, Tom Cameron
Congratulations to Mr. David Monnens on being selected as the new White River Middle School principal! We look forward to your commitment to the community and effort to make the middle school a positive place for students and staff.
about 1 month ago, White River Middle School
WRHS theatre seats- FREE, you pick them up. They come in sections of 3 and 4. Could be singles or pairs with some reconfiguring. They have two legs with bolt holes to secure them down to something. If interested stop by the HS theatre.
about 1 month ago, Tom Cameron
theatre seats
theatre seats
There is a retirement celebration for John Gross, Michele Astleford, Karla Mallory, and Kent Green today from 2:00-4:00 pm in the WRMS gym. This is open to the public to stop in and wish them a happy retirement!
about 2 months ago, White River Middle School
HS TRACK AT REGION 7B MEET 5/19/22 High school track will compete in the Region 7B meet today at Kadoka, starts at 10:00 (central) (field events), and 11:00 am (central) (running events). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
The WRMS 8th Grade Celebration will begin at 1:00 pm today in the high school gym!
about 2 months ago, White River Middle School
HS TRACK AT WALL 5/16/22 High school track will compete at Wall today, field events will start at 12:00 pm (central) and running events will start at 2:00 pm (central). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
HS GOLF AT BH CLASSIC (HART RANCH) 5/16/22 High school golf will compete at the Black Hills Classic at Hart Ranch today, starts at 10:30 am (central). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
White River School District 47-1 School Board Meeting May 17, 2022 7:00 PM A. ROUTINES—ORDER A-1 Chairman calls the meeting to order. A-2 Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. A-3 Chairman calls on the Business Manager to record the roll: A-4 Additions or deletions to this agenda. A-5 Approve agenda for this meeting. B-1 Motion to approve Preliminary Budget for 2022-23. C-1 Motion to adjourn into executive session as per SDCL 1-25-2 for student, personnel, legal, and negotiation matters. D-1 Motion to adjourn the meeting.
about 2 months ago, Tom Cameron
HS GOLF AT FISH LAKE INVITE (PLANKINTON) 5/13/22 High school golf will compete at the Fish Lake Invite today at Plankinton, starts at 10:00 am (central). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
MS/HS TRACK AT WGP CONF MEET (MARTIN) 5/12/22 Middle school and high school track will compete in the Western Great Plains conference meet today at Martin, field events will start at 10:30 am (central), running events at 12:30 pm (central). Let's goooo Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
The WRMS 8th Grade Celebration is scheduled for Wednesday, May 18 @ 1:00 pm. The event will take place in the high school gym. This event is open for everyone in the public to attend. We look forward to seeing you all there!
about 2 months ago, White River Middle School
HS TRACK AT CAPITAL CITY QUALIFIER 5/10/22 Livestream link here: https://youtu.be/GkTVFv0ARHY
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
MS/JV GOLF AT WALL 5/10/22 MS/JV golf will compete at Wall today, starts at 3:00 pm (central). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
HS TRACK AT CAPITAL CITY QUALIFIER (PIERRE) 5/10/22 High school track will compete at the Capital City Qualifier meet at Pierre today, starts at 3:00 pm (field events) and 4:00 pm (running events). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
HS TRACK AT KADOKA 5/7/22 High school track will compete at Kadoka today, starts at 11:00 am (central). Good luck Tigers!!
about 2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
HS GOLF AT DUNES INVITE (FT PIERRE) 3/6/22 High school golf is at the Dunes Invite at Ft Pierre today, starts at 10:30 am. Good luck Tigers!!
2 months ago, Eldon Marshall
WHITE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 47-1 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING May 9, 2022 6:30 PM A. ROUTINES--ORDER A-1 CHAIRMAN CALLS THE MEETING TO ORDER A-2 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG A-3 ROLL CALL A-4 ADDITIONS OR DELETIONS A-5 APPROVE AGENDA B. PUBLIC PARTICIPATION—is placed first on the Agenda to accommodate (1) a school patron who wishes to address the Board; or, (2) a patron who wishes to present a proposal or concern; or, (3) to a patron who has provided the Board Chairman with a written grievance prior to the meeting which has not been resolved after the school patron has worked through the school organization. (Working through the organization means the school patron has met with the staff member, as appropriate; and with the principal, as needed; and/or, then with the superintendent.) If these meetings have been held and the grievance remains unsolved, the Board will deal with the written grievance at its meeting. If not, the Board shall proceed, without interruption, with the other business of the Board. Personnel matters of a controversial nature, which would include students, teachers, or other persons, shall not be discussed by the Board in open session with a school patron. A school patron may request an executive session with the Board. (An executive session may be granted at the Board’s discretion; and, only after the Board’s business is concluded. This is an accommodation to other school patrons who are attending this meeting.) Anyone wishing to speak to the Board must be acknowledged by the Board Chairman. This will permit the meeting to be handled in an orderly manner. Speakers are requested to identify themselves and their topic and are asked to limit their remarks to five (5) minutes. Thank you for your attendance, interest, and participation. C. ROUTINES--BUSINESS - Approval and signing of the Minutes of the March 14, 2022 School Board Meeting - Approve Monthly Financial Reports for March, 2022 - Authorize Payment of Bills - Approve the transfer of Impact Aid funds to the General Fund and Capital Outlay Fund. D. PERSONNEL AND OTHER ACTION ITEMS D-1 Principal’s Reports D-2 Travel Reports/Requests D-3 SDHSAA Amendments 1-7 D-4 SDHSAA Board Election D-5 Summer Learning Plans D-6 SDRS Special Pay Plan E SUPERINTENDENT’S REPORT E-1 Facilities Updates/ESSER Funding E-2 2022-23 Preliminary Budget F. EXECUTIVE SESSION(s) as needed G. ADJOURNMENT
2 months ago, Tom Cameron