Daily Bulletin

Thursday, November 20, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today: Turkey Day!!  Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, green ;beans, cranberry sauce, apples, dinner roll, pumpkin bar.

 

2.      Breakfast  Tomorrow:  Banana chocolate chunk or oatmeal chocolate chip breakfast bar.

 

3.      SENIORS:  Mail in your sold 50/50 raffle tickets no later than Dec. 1st.  Please turn in tickets you know you won’t be selling, as soon as possible, to the high school office to allow other classmates to sell them.  Any questions please call Tracy McDonald at 365-6539

 

4.      Detentiontoday will be in Ms. Hart’s room #204 from 2:55 – 3:30 p.m.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

5.      IRYA  will meet today in Mr. Lah’s room during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

6.      “Frozen” Dance Clinic & Parade Performance– if you would like to be part of this students ages 5-15 may register at Studio North.  Fee of $30.00 includes practices, costume/props for parade, treats, and tons of fun!  (Dance Team)

 

7.      Key Club Nursing Home Committee  will meet Friday, Nov. 21st during advisory in the hs/ms office.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

8.       All volleyball jerseysneed to be turned in by Friday, Nov. 21st  to Mr. Ivancich’s room.  (Coach Penke)..

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

 

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Stuffed crust pepperoni pizza, garden salad w/ dressing, cherry tomato, grapes.

 

2.      Breakfast  Tomorrow:  Ham/egg/cheese compo breakfast bar .

 

3.      Detentiontoday will be in Ms. Hart’s room #204 from 2:55 – 3:30 p.m.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

4.      The Quarter 1 Honor Roll  has been posted on the bulletin board.  Please let the office know of any changes.  (R. Erickson)

 

5.      Recyclingpick up will be today, Nov. 19th during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

6.      College Reps. For  NDSU – North Dakota State University, will be in the counseling office today, Nov. 19th at 10:15 a.m.   See Mrs. Kess for a pass. (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      “Frozen” Dance Clinic & Parade Performance– if you would like to be part of this students ages 5-15 may register at Studio North.  Fee of $30.00 includes practices, costume/props for parade, treats, and tons of fun!  First practice is tonight, Nov. 18th from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. (Dance Team)

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Nacho Day!!  Kim’s famous cheese sauce w/ taco meat, salsa, tortilla chips, black beans, corn, fresh orange.

 

2.      Breakfast  Tomorrow:  French toast sticks.

 

3.      Key Club  will meet today, Nov. 18th during advisory in room 203.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

4.      Detentiontoday will be in Ms. Hart’s room #204 from 2:55 – 3:30 p.m.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

5.      Recyclingpick up will be Wednesday, Nov. 19th during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

6.      Student Council meeting  is Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 7:10 a.m. in the media center.  (Mrs. Lassi)

 

7.      Career Planning and Guidance Serviceswill be available from Marie Shanks of the Northeast Job Training center.  Meet with her on Wednesday, Nov. 19th during advisory in the media center.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

8.      IRYAfood drive last day is today.    (Mr. Lah)

 

9.      College Reps. In the counseling office  this week:  Michigan Tech.  today, Nov. 18th at 1:00 p.m.  and NDSU – North Dakota State University, Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 10:15 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

10.  Guthrie Theater presentation of “The Christmas Carol”  Reminder to all students in high school choir, 1st & 2nd semester middle school choir, and 1st & 2nd semester music theater class will be gone all day Wednesday, Nov. 19th for their field trip to the Guthrie.  Your charter bus will leave at 7:30 a.m. from the teacher’s parking lot  and you will return between 9:30 -10:30 p.m.  (Mr. Rouse)

 

11.  “Frozen” Dance Clinic & Parade Performance– if you would like to be part of this students ages 5-15 may register at Studio North.  Fee of $30.00 includes practices, costume/props for parade, treats, and tons of fun!  First practice is tonight, Nov. 18th from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. (Dance Team)

Monday, November 17, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:Tyson chicken fries w/ BBQ sauce, tri taters, peas, mixed fruit, bread .

 

2.      Breakfast  Tomorrow:Bacon scramble breakfast pizza .

 

3.      Key Club  will meet Tuesday, Nov. 18th during advisory in room 203.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

4.      Girl Basketball Players in grades 6-12.  Practice startstoday  and will be early all week.  (Coach Visser)

 

5.      Recyclingpick up will be Wednesday, Nov. 19th during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

6.      Any student who is interested in being a student manager for the girls basketball team please contact Coach Visser.  (Coach Visser)

 

7.      IRYAwill be holding a food drive until Nov. 18st.    (Mr. Lah)

 

8.      College Reps. In the counseling office  this week:  Michigan Tech. Tuesday, Nov. 18th at 1:00 p.m.  and NDSU – North Dakota State University, Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 10:15 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

9.      Guthrie Theater presentation of “The Christmas Carol”  Reminder to all students in high school choir, 1st & 2nd semester middle school choir, and 1st & 2nd semester music theater class will be gone all day Wednesday, Nov. 19th for their field trip to the Guthrie.  Your charter bus will leave at 7:30 a.m. from the teacher’s parking lot  and you will return between 9:30 -10:30 p.m.  (Mr. Rouse)

Friday, November 14, 2014

 

 

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Popcorn chicken w/ BBQ sauce, tater rounds, sweet potatoes, pears.

 

2.      Breakfast Monday:  Pancake & sausage on a stick w/ syrup.

 

3.      Book Fair Poster Winners:  If you have entered the book fair poster contest please check the bulletin board on the top floor for your name.  If your name is listed you may come to the office to pick up your prize.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

4.      Senior Class meeting  today during advisory in Mr. Lah’s room.  (C. Levar)

 

5.      Shrek the Musical    tonight  and Saturday, Nov. 15th at 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium.  Tickets are $5.00.  (Mr. Lah)

 

6.      ASVAB Testfor Juniors will be today  hours 1 – 4 in the media center. Please have two sharp #2 pencils.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      The End-of-the-Season  Football Banquet is Sunday, Nov. 16th from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the GEL.$15.00 per person - coaches, managers & players free.  RSVP Lisa Porthan 365-5536  or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.    by November 11th.  (M. Heiman)

 

8.      Sr. Raffle Ticket Sales:  Seniors, if you have extenuating circumstances that may prevent your selling both books of 50/50 raffle tickets, please turn in ONE book to the high school office by Monday, November 17to allow for other classmates to sell it. 
If you’ve sold your two books and would like more tickets to sell, please call Tracy McDonald at 365-6539.  (Tracy McDonald)

 

9.      Girl Basketball Players in grades 6-12.  Practice startsMonday, November 17th  and will be early all week.  All players must have a current physical and eligibility forms on file in Mr. Omerza's office before Monday.  (Coach Visser)

 

10.  Any student who is interested in being a student manager for the girls basketball team please contact Coach Visser.  (Coach Visser)

 

11.  IRYAwill be holding a food drive until Nov. 18st.  Please bring nonperishable food items.  Middle school & high school winners will receive a dilly bar party and high school students of the winning English class will receive extra credit!  (Mr. Lah)

 

12.  Enjoy a night out with dinner and a play!!  DC Seniors will put on an All-U-Can-Eat Spaghetti dinner in the cafeteria before the school play  tonight  serving from 4:00-7:00 p.m.  Adults $7, senior citizens and students $6,  K-6 $4,  and under 4 free.  See you there!

 

13.  College Reps. In the counseling office next week:  Michigan Tech. Tuesday, Nov. 18th at 1:00 p.m.  and NDSU – North Dakota State University, Wednesday, Nov. 19th at 10:15 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

14.  Guthrie Theater presentation of “The Christmas Carol”  Reminder to all students in high school choir, 1st & 2nd semester middle school choir, and 1st & 2nd semester music theater class will be gone all day Wednesday, Nov. 19th for their field trip to the Guthrie.  Your charter bus will leave at 7:30 a.m. from the teacher’s parking lot  and you will return between 9:30 -10:30 p.m.  (Mr. Rouse)

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