Simley Announcements 5-25-17
Published on May 25, 2017 12:33

The Student Center will be closed hours 4, 5, and 6 today.

All medication in the health office will be sent home on Thursday June 1 and Friday June 2 with students.  If you do not want the medication sent home with your child, please call the nurse directly at 651.306.7014 or email at  so that other arrangements can be made.  Please note, if your child has a doctor prescribed medication at school you will receive a phone call to make arrangements for pickup.

Attention all students and athletes!  All physical education and athletic lockers must be cleaned out by June 2nd!  Any items left in the locker room after this date will be donated.  Thank you for cleaning out your lockers!

If you have artwork that was displayed in the art show, stop by the Art room before the end of the year to pick up.

The Simley Boys Golf Team entered the Conference Championships firmly ensconced in the middle of the pack and emerged in the same position. The Spartans were led by Junior Jamie Warrick who fired a blistering 75 riding the back of a hot putter and pin point accuracy. Senior Carson Westra came achingly close to breaking the barrier (80) as his first putt on the closing hole burned the edge. Junior Evan Schultz's (81) towering drives were the longest that this reporter has ever witnessed in the Metro East and Senior Jason Gabriel rounded out the team scoring with a Houdini-like 83. Congratulations to Jamie Warrick for capturing All-Conference honors with his fine round, while Sophomore Ben Borchard garnered All-Conference Honorable Mention with steady play all season.

The Simley girls golfers took to the links at Highland National on Wednesday for the final contest of the conference season looking to accomplish a rare feat in high school golf, an undefeated conference season, and that is exactly what they did. The Spartan's bested the second place team in the field by an impressive 33 strokes, leaving no doubt in anyone’s mind who deserved the conference title. Highlights from the day included an impressive drive by freshman Anna Ahern on the par four ninth hole that made spectators wonder if she was playing by herself. An iron off the tee on the par 3 8th hole by Britta Iverson that locked onto the pin as if guided by GPS. A sand shot by Annika Iverson from the green side bunker on the 4th hole that would have made any tour pro proud. A tee shot by Rachael Wolfe that almost reached the par 4 17th green. Play so steady from Emma Johnson that many in the crowd wondered if she was playing in her sleep, and so many up-downs from Isabella McCauley the entire course was talking about her short game. Congratulations to Britta Iverson- All Conference Honorable Mention. Rachael Wolfe- All Conference. Annika Iverson- All Conference. Emma Johnson- All Conference, and Isabella McCauley- All Conference and Conference Player of the year. Well done team, undefeated conference champions sounds pretty good!   

Congratulations to the Softball team for their big 11-5 win over #1 seed Holy Angels. The team has advanced to the semi-finals of the section tournament. The next game will be on Friday, May 26 at 5 p.m. at Richfield Middle School. Good luck to the team.

Attention Seniors:  TODAY is Senior Signing Day.  Senior Signing will be held in the Spartan Center during 5th hour.  Please plan to attend during your lunch period.  Remember to wear your new college gear for the school you will be attending in the fall!

YEARBOOKS - If you have not picked up your yearbook yet, stop by Mr. Mandell's room as soon as possible. There are still extras available for $90.

Simley All-Night Party Graduation Party 2017….Is just days away!

We still need Volunteers!  

  • Set-up on Thursday night June 8th sign up and come for an hour or stay all night.

  • Friday night June 9th, we need security people, casino workers, athletic games work.

This party can not happen without volunteers. Parents, Teachers, Coaches, Community members - ALL are welcome.

Please consider sign up for a shift at the sign up genius link below:

2017 Simley's Senior All Night Party

We are very excited to host Simley's Senior All Night Party. However, this event would not be possible without you! The party is scheduled for June 9, 2017   If you have any questions regarding this event or volunteering for this event, please contact:


Attention Parents - If you are calling in to report an absence and would like to go directly to the Attendance line, please call 651-306-7010.  

If you were unable to make it to the Student Recognition Ceremony last Wednesday, you can pick-up your awards in the Main Office.

If you are interested in attended a summer gymnastics camp, there are flyers in the athletic office and with Mrs. Walsh.  Please contact Mrs. Walsh with questions.

Attention all girls that are planning to play high school tennis (JV/Varsity) in the fall There is a meeting with Coach Tretsven at 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday, 5/31 in the Simley Spartan Center to talk about Summer Tennis opportunities and the Fall 2017 season.

Driver Education Classroom and Behind the Wheel

Grades 9-12

Our Driver Education program is taught by certified licensed instructors. The state of Minnesota requires anyone under the age of 18 wishing to obtain a MN Driver's License to complete an approved course in driver education. This course must include a minimum of 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behind-the-wheel instruction.

Simley High School, IGH


June 12-23; 8:30-11:30 am



June 12-23; 12-3 pm


Register Here

Lots of New Summer Enrichment classes for students in grades 6-12! Check out the link here

Are you interested in becoming a better athlete? Do you want to get stronger, faster, jump higher and have more agility? The summer Spartan Trained program is for you. This program is for male and female athletes entering grades 7-12. The program starts June 12 and will run through August 11th. The program meets 5 days a week the entire summer.  Athletes who complete the program will receive a t-shirt at the end of the year. Students who meet the requirements can also letter in strength training. The cost of the program is $100.  The family max for fees is not applicable to the Summer programs.  High school boys will train from 7:00-8:15AM. High School Girls will train from 8:30-9:45AM. All middle school students will train from 10:00-11:15AM. Registration is now open on school view through Feepay. Informational Fliers are available in the activities office.

Interested in visiting colleges this summer? You’re in luck! We are taking a road trip and you’re invited! You can join us for 1, 2, 3, or all 4 days. We will visit 2 colleges per day and it’s free to participate. Visiting campus is one of the best ways to figure out if a college will be a good fit for you so take advantage of this great opportunity! Applications can be picked up in the Career Center or Counseling office. Space will fill quickly and is first come, first serve so be sure to get your application in early! See Ms. Kimble with questions.

The class of 2017 is invited to the ALL NIGHT PARTY on Friday, June 9th.  The party is a great event for graduating seniors!  The doors to the party will open at 10:00 PM and all those who plan to attend must be there by 10:30 PM!  The party will end at approximately 4:00 AM.  The night is filled with lots of fun:  henna tattoos, palm readers, casino games, free food and much much more!

$40 Admission charge will be collected during the lunch periods on Wednesday, May 24th and Thursday May 25th this week and Wednesday, May 31st and Thursday June 1st next week.

Each student should also bring in a photo from elementary school days approximate size 3 X 5, please label the photo with your student's first and last name.  Photos can be retrieved at the end of the party, but not guaranteed to be returned.

Admission payments can also be mailed no later than Friday, June 2nd with photos & T-shirt size to:  All Night Party, 3042 96th St E, IGH, MN  55077

For all those students who will be in 7th-12th grade next year and missed the Cross Country meeting Monday night, please see or contact Mr. Gerber for information on summer training and the fall season.

Simley Co-Ed High School Bowling Club:  Do you have a son or daughter in 7th through 12th grade that is interested in bowling for the Simley Co-Ed High School Bowling Club?  Any level of bowler is welcome.  Practices will begin mid-August.  If interested, please contact Gary Salzman (coach) at  for more information.  


Reminder to Simley students - You are NOT allowed to be in the middle school. This includes cutting through the middle school in the morning and afternoons when arriving to or leaving from school.


Simley Activities for today:  Metro East Conference Schedules