“Little Knights” Elementary Wrestling Practice
Registration: Monday, 30th NOV. 5-6:30 pm in the WCA High School Commons Area.
We will also be taking care of Individual Pictures during the registration process bring your wrestling shoes.
Cost = $35 per wrestler or $45 per family
= $50 deposit on each wrestling singlet (please write a separate check) = $5 parent pays for name on red wrestling shirt sleeve
Season = December 7, 2015 thru Feb 23, 2016
Practice = Wrestling room off the gym at the high school in Barrett
Eligibility = PreK-6th grade WCA North/South and neighboring area students
Tournament information can be found at http://theguillotine.com under youth - calendar
Practice will be split into two sessions: Session I 5:45- 6:30 for pre K thru 2nd grade
Session II 6:30-7:30 for 3rd - 6th grade
Practice and Team Picture at 6:30
Jr. High Tournament Elementary Helps
Varsity Tournament Elementary Helps
Tues 23 Last Regular season Practice
Conference Tournament Elementary Helps
6 to 7:15 pm
“Little Knights” Elementary Wrestling
Name_________________________ School___________________ Grade____
Age_______ Approximate weight_____________ Years Experience________
Telephone number________________ E-mail address___________________
I hereby give my permission for my child to participate in the “Little Knights” Wrestling Program. I understand that he/she is entering this program at his/her own risk, and assumes responsibility for any injuries that he/she may receive as a direct or indirect result of participation in this activity. I also agree not to hold the employees or volunteers of WCA or WCA Wrestling Boosters responsible. I will provide a separate check in the amount of $50 per singlet as a deposit. This deposit check will be returned at the end of the season upon receipt of each singlet.
Signature of Parent/Guardian Date
Please make check payable to the WCA Wrestling Booster Club.
Office use only
Booster Club t-shirt
Public Invited to Take a Tour: Members of the Brandon-Evansville facility Task Force and School Board Members will be taking a tour of the new Rothsay School at 7 PM on Wednesday, December 9th. This would be a great opportunity for all community members to see this new campus and learn how the building is working for Rothsay district, students and staff. Transportation will be provided, leaving the front of the Brandon Campus at 5:45, departing Evansville at 6 PM. If you would like to attend please contact Jeanine at 218.948.2241 ext 2001by Monday, 12/7 so that buses can be reserved!
The Brandon-Evansville School’s #1 priority in transportation is safety. In order to follow through on that priority we need your help. This year we have received an increasing number of phone calls and written messages concerning changes in transportation needs. There appears to be an assumption that the district will make whatever change is necessary to accommodate personal and family schedules. We realize that your life is hectic and schedules change, but these daily changes are getting more than a bit overwhelming. We want to work with you on transportation concerns, but there are increasing concerns about student safety.
If each elementary student (NOT including Pre-School) were to have one change per month we would average approximately 13 change requests per day. This gives us 245 chances per month to have a mix up or 2,132 times per year. At this time we are averaging significantly more than 13 requests per day.
A Brandon-Evansville School Bus Slip is available for you to use if a change in the regular bus drop off is needed. Please complete this form and send with your child to school the day of the change. Your Kindergarten – 3rd grade student should show their teacher and bring with them on the bus. Students in 4th – 8th grade should bring to Jeanine in the office before 9:00 AM.
For the safety of all students, no changes of drop-off locations will be permitted after 9:00 AM except in the case of an extreme emergency. In an extreme emergency please call your child’s school. We will make an attempt to accommodate you. Parental convenience is not considered an emergency situation. Going to a friend’s house (even if it is on the same bus) is not considered an emergency situation. Frequent bus changes make it difficult for bus drivers to monitor riders and to know where each student disembarks each day.
It is HIGHLY recommended for children in Kindergarten & PreSchool to have an older sibling or parent meet them when the bus arrives for drop off to ensure that someone is home. If the bus driver becomes aware that there is nobody home the driver will contact the office and return the child to the School.
This is a great time to discuss a Family Emergency Plan: Does your child know how to use the phone to get a hold of someone if nobody is at home? Does your child have a house key or know where to find one? Does your child have a neighbor to go to in case no one is at home? In the event of an early dismissal, students will be riding on their designated bus drop-off and will arrive at different times than normal, have you discussed several possibilities so your child knows what to do?
We certainly can understand that emergencies occur and we will work with you in those situations, but we don’t believe that we would classify any of the changes that we are aware of this year as an emergency. Please understand that we are not trying to make your life more difficult, but we have to put the children’s safety first.
All 4th-6th Grade Boys and Girls interested in the B-E Youth Basketball: It's the time of the year for Youth Basketball to begin. The program is designed to develop your child's skills in basketball and also to be part of some good competition among other schools. All girls and boys grades 4th - 6th are welcome to attend. Details of the program are in the attached flyer. Please return the forms to the Evansville Office by November 12, 2015. Practices will begin in December.
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Brandon Office (Brandon Elementary and B-E High School)206 West 3rd Street/PO Box 185, Brandon, MN 56315Phone - (320) 524-2263 or (320) 834-4084 Fax (320) 524-2228
Evansville Office (Evansville Elementary and B-E Middle School)123 2nd Ave./ PO Box 40, Evansville, MN 56326Phone - (218) 948-2241 or (320) 834-4841 Fax (218) 948-2441