The district serves approximately 280 students in grades PreK-12. Maxwell and Jamesville Hutterite Colonies fall within the Menno District. In addition to academic classes, the school offers several sports including football, basketball, volleyball, track, and cross country. Vocal and instrumental music, as well as drama, FFA, and FCCLA, are a few of the other options available to students.
Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards and each student in Grades 2-12 has their own device to use. High School students are able to have their laptop with them 24X7. Technology plays an important part in the education of students at Menno Public Schools with teachers and students using the available tech tools to teach, learn, and collaborate.
The students, staff, school board, and the community at large will work together to develop and maintain high academic standards and strong co-curricular activities enabling students to become productive members of society and lifelong learners.
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IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT OPENINGS:
The Menno School is looking for folks interested in helping out by becoming Substitute Teachers and/or Substitute Bus Drivers.
Current Info./Coming Events:
Junior High basketball practice and game schedule (Word &.PDF format)--reminder all schedules are subject to change.
2020 Menno Junior High Basketball Schedule.docx
2020 Menno Junior High Basketball Schedule.pdf
**Through the National School Lunch Program, the Menno School District has been approved for free meals, which includes breakfasts and lunches, for all students effective October 1, 2020. The free meals will continue until the last day of school in May. Students getting seconds will still need to have money in their accounts.
Menno School Sick Student-Staff Policy.pdf
Menno School District Close Contact Policy Update(passed by school board 10/5/2020)
Menno School District Close Contact Policy Update.pdf
SDHSAA Parent Letter--Covid-19
SDHSAA Return To Play Form--Covid-19
Menno Back To School Plan 2020.pdf
The following resolution was passed at the special school board meeting Monday 8/24/20:
The Menno School Board of Education strongly encourages anyone who wants to wear a mask, that they wear a mask, but it is the Menno Board policy that it is not mandatory by anyone to wear a mask for students and staff.
Activities for the week:
VB at Parkston, C match 5:15, JV & Var 6:30
Parkston vs. Menno – High School Armory
Face coverings are required for all non-participants at this event. We ask that you practice social distancing when possible. Visiting fans will be asked to sit on the West side of our gymnasium. All Trojan fans are asked to sit on the East side of the gymnasium. A concession stand will be available with only pre-packaged items for sale. Please health self-screen before the event and do not attend if you are not feeling well.
Locker Rooms: Menno in North Girls
Thursday - VB here with Andes Central/Dakota ChristianC match 5:00, JV & Var 6:15Ticket sellers: Kristin H. & Candace F.Concessions advisor: Betsy K. Concessions workers: Laura, Tyler, & Chandler
Varsity VB vs FA/Marion at Marion will be played on Oct. 22. 7:00 pm. No JH or JV matches
Volleyball vs. AC/DC has been rescheduled to Oct. 29. C match at 5:00, JV 6:15, and varsity will follow.
2020-2021 Athletic Schedules: Updated on August 17, 2020
Master HS Schedule 2020-2021.pdf
Master JH Schedule 2020-2021.pdf
Laptop Information Video
Menno High School Home Athletic Events are live-streamed on the NFHS Network
Sites for learning at home:
The Bureau of Information Telecommunications (BIT) https://bit.sd.gov/ Security Division has prepared a document covering security best practices for K-12 School Districts.
K-12 Security Considerations.pdf
Menno School District 33-2 does not discriminate on the basis of race,
color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its educational programs,
activities employment opportunities. For assistance with civil rights
related questions or concerns, please contact Supt. Tom Rice, the 504 and Title IX
coordinator at PO Box 346, Menno, SD 57045 or call 605-387-5161 or the
Office of Civil Rights, US Dept of Education, One Petticoat Lane, 1010 Walnut
St., 3rd floor, Suite 320, Kansas City, MO 64106
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