SCC Middle School

MS Cross-Country Season Begins!

It’s another year and the weather has been favorable for cross-country! This season we are running with approximately fifty 6th - 8th graders. The team is very well balanced, hungry to run, and hoping to continue our conference successes. Team captains are Kourtney LaBeause, Alivia Smith, Claire Moll, DJ Busch, and Riley Hackbarth. Our first meet was at Prescott where we faced a tough New Richmond team. We had some excellent individual performances by Angelica Olson, Liberty Grant, Claire Moll, DJ Busch, Cole Becker, Blake Olson, and Cougar Holder. Both of our teams took a close second to New Richmond. We are looking forward to flipping the results next time we meet on their course. Saturday, September 20th was our first home middle school meet at the SCC Cross- Country Trail. It was a beautiful morning and a great race. The boys’ team faced Grantsburg and took second, even with DJ Busch taking third overall. The SCC MS girls’ and the Colfax MS girls’ team were neck and neck during the race, only to miss winning the meet by two points. We had four girls in the top ten. This will speak volumes when we see Colfax again at conference. Liberty Grant took 3rd overall with Angelica Olson, Claire Moll and Brooklyn Mishler rounding out the top ten. It is going to be an amazing season. I hope you can come cheer us on!

Submitted by: MS Cross-Country Coach Jason Rohde


New Grading System for 4-K thru 5th Grade

St. Croix Central is excited to introduce a new grading system in the fall of 2014. Kindergarten through fifth grade students will be using standards-based grading in order to help students, teachers, and parents better understand the needs and strengths of each child in relation to the Common Core State Standards. The staff at SCC believes that standards-based grading will celebrate the strengths and support the challenges of all students.

For more information about grading in 5th grade, please visit the STANDARDS & REPORT CARDS page.


Upcoming Events and Announcements

Checkout SCC's ebooks and digital audiobooks!


Ebooks continue to be a hot trend in literature, and we at SCC (particularly in the library) would like to support that. We have been adding tons of great ebooks and digital audiobooks to our collections over the past three years. You can see what we've got at each building, buy clicking on the links below. Our ebooks will work on nearly any device, as long as it has an internet connection and a browser (Android, i-device, KindleFire, NookColor, or regular computer). You can get login information by contacting Amanda Olson or stopping in any of the libraries.

Learn how to use our ebooks with these videos:







Trick or Treating for Canned Goods

trick or treating for canned goods

Watch out for high schoolers on Halloween night!

No, they are not looking for candy! They are trick or treating for canned goods as members of the SCC Softball team, collecting food for the Roberts Hammond Food Shelf. Find them from 4-5pm on Halloween night in Hammond and Roberts!

Know you won’t be home? Leave your goods outside with a note, and they will collect them!

Any questions, or want to be sure your house is visited? Contact Mindy Rudiger;



New Archery Program at SCC!

We are pleased to announce a new, focused, competitive archery club for SCC students. The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) is a successful program designed for schools. SCC – NASP Archery will focus on the students’ success on the range and in life. Since our program is in its infancy, its direction will largely depend on the participants and the supporters of the program.

High school and middle school NASP certified educators, along with three trained community members, the focus will remain on you, the student. All of us are ready to share our experiences with you and help you to the next level. Come join us. All 5th – 12th grade students are welcome.

Contact High School Physical Education Teacher Mr. Langman by phone at (715) 796-5383 or email to get started.



Parent Volunteers Needed at the Middle School

The St. Croix Central Most Valuable Parents’ organization is looking for parent volunteers for the following:
7:30 a.m. —8:00 a.m.

to help out in the school store
Also, volunteers are needed to work at the middle school on special projects. If you are interested in helping, please email for more information.



Middle School Book Fair

Oct 20-24, open all school day.

Oct 21, open during the middle school concerts. Stop by the library!

SHOP ONLINE -- You can shop online from Oct 15 - Nov 4 by clicking HERE.

We will have contests throughout the week. Watch for flyers and listen to daily announcements.


Student Attendance

Please call the school by 8:00 a.m. if your son/daughter is going to be absent and give the reason for it. We do have voicemail at each school so you may leave a message before leaving for work. Please ask your child to stop in the office for a make-up slip upon returning to school.  As a safety precaution, we will make a follow-up call if we do not hear from you by 9:00 a.m.



Other Middle School Documents & Forms

MS ATHLETES 2014-2015 - - Do you need a physical or alternate year card?
If there is an OK next to your child's name, they are fine for the school year. Depending on where the "X" is in the column, is the type of physical that they would need. Green column is an actual physical and yellow column is alternate card. If your child's name is not on the list, they will need a physical card.
4th Quarter A Honor Roll
4th Quarter B Honor Roll
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