Dayton Easton was selected by the South Dakota High School Activities Association to perform the National Anthem at the State Football Championships on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Dome in Vermillion.  She will be representing Sanborn Central school and singing for the evening session that is scheduled to be played at 7:30 p.m. The game as well as Easton’s performance will be aired live on PBS tv and

The Woonsocket School welcomes 16 new PreK-12 grade students who have enrolled for the 2018-19 school year since the school year began on Aug. 15. Please welcome the following students and their families to the school and community: Pre-K3 – Paislei Bell; Pre-K4 – Jakobian Strawder; Kindergarten – Colten St. John, Skyla Strawder; first grade – Santana St. John, Tieghan Bell, Bradley Solderquist; second grade – Laylah Strawder; third grade – James Strawder; fourth grade – Brooklyn Kline, Ja’Myra Strawder, Halle Linn; seventh grade – Allison Nedved, Chase Linn; eighth grade – Don Young; 10th grade – Kydon Klopton.

Woonsocket School’s current K-12 enrollment totals 259 students and the PreK-12th grade enrollment is 298 students.

THE SCW FFA Agronomy team received a bronze award at the Agronomy CDE contest at the National FFA Convention. Pictured are Wesley Linke, Advisor Jessica Ronning, Carter Linke, Megan Linke and Collin Schmiedt.

The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket FFA Agronomy team enjoyed the experience of the 91st National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind. with the theme “Just One.”  Team/Chapter members attending were Megan Linke, Wesley Linke, Carter Linke and Collin Schmiedt. Advisor Jessica Ronning and Chaperones Amy Linke and Paula Linke accompanied the team.  

For the fourth time in the past six years, the SCW chapter competed at the National level with a state-winning CDE (Career Development Event) team.  

This past April, at the State FFA Convention, the team not only won the state Agronomy CDE team title, they swept the top three individual places with Wesley in first, Carter in second and Megan in third.  This qualified the team to compete at the National level.   

The group left on Monday, Oct. 22, for Indianapolis, and stopped along the way for a tour of Fair Oaks Farms in Fair Oaks, Ind.  While there, students were able to take what they learned in their animal science class about hog production and see firsthand how farrow to finish barns work. While touring the dairy-milking parlor, students were able to see the dairy cows being milked on a carousel. 

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.