Thank you for being patient as we have been working to lay out a schedule for the students to conclude the school year. It will be up to families to drop off and pick up their students. I realize this is an inconvenience, but our busses are still unavailable.
The schedule for May 18 and May 19 is as follows:
School Hours: 9:00am to 3:00pm
Presbyterian Church- Grades 8-12
Catholic Church- Grades 6 & 7
American Lutheran- Grades PK-5
Pre-School Hours: Morning 9-11:20/ Afternoon 12:30-3
We will not be providing breakfast but will have snacks and waters available for students at each location. WILL provide lunch for the students. *Please drop off no earlier than 8:45 and arrive by 3:00pm to pick your students up.*
Items for Elementary: Please have your students wear tennis shoes, no sandals. Return library books on Wednesday.
Items for Middle School- Please wear tennis shoes, no sandals. Return any supplies or library books that belong to the school. Bring items for softball.
Items for High School- Please check your grades and have any missing or incomplete assignments ready to submit. Bring computers and school supplies you may have at home. We will be checking in computers on Wednesday. Attend NTHS, unless your instructor has let Ms. Keszler know you have completed the requirements. Bring items for softball. Students, check your school email for more details. You will have an email from Ms. Keszler.
4 th grade Field Trip will depart at 9:00am on Wednesday on the west side of the school.
Kindergarten Field Trip will depart at 9:00 am on Thursday on the west side of the school.
JH Golf @ Sioux Valley 5/17 will depart at 9:00am on west side of school.
Region Track @ DeSmet 5/19 will depart at 8:00am on west side of school.
Reminder that there is Crisis Counseling available Tuesday for Students and Community members from 10am-3:00pm at the American Lutheran Church.
Family Fun Night is tonight at the Nick and Steph Pillatzke Residence from 6:30-8:00.Bring a lawn chair and enjoy some music and fellowship. Address: 45984 SD HWY 22 Castlewood
In Castlewood, we are committed to working together with our school board, families, and the community to build a foundation for life for our students. Castlewood School District is home to approximately 280 students in grades K – 12.
Castlewood School is a warm, caring, and inviting place where students enjoy learning. We take pride in our staff, students, education, and the many extra-curricular activities that are offered.
We offer a preschool class, which is housed in the elementary building. Our preschool teacher is a certified elementary teacher, who provides students with the social and academic skills they need in the years to come. Research suggests that well-designed preschool programs lead to long-term improvement in overall school success. We believe in giving our students an early start, because we know that preschool is a foundation for the rest of a child’s education.
Technology is also an essential part of our educational system. Every student in our school (K-12) has a device, which enables us to be a 1:1 school. Our teachers are continually increasing the use of technology at all grade levels. We believe that technology is vital for our students to be successful in post-secondary education and today’s working world.
Feel free to contact the school if you would like more information about the educational experience we offer.