Daily Bulletin

Friday, October 24, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Stuffed crust dunkers w/ pizza sauce, garden salad, fresh broccoli, crackers, McIntosh apple .

       

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

 

3.      Reminder to all students, Quarter 1 ends on October 31st.

 

4.      Congratulations to the Cross Country runnerswho have been named All-Iron Range Conference for their performance in Tuesday, Oct. 14th meet:  Emma Terwilliger, Erin Bianco, Teddy Pierce, Caroline Homer, Ryne Prigge.  (Staff & Students of EHS)

 

5.      Congratulations to the Swim Teamfor their win at the last home meet of the season!  (Staff & Students of EHS)

 

6.      Boys & Girls in grades 6-12,  Basketball open Gym will be Monday – Thursday from 3:00 -5:00 p.m.  (Coach McDonald & Visser)

 

7.      Hockey Cheerleadingsign up sheet is in the office for girls in grades 8-12th who are interested.  Please sign up this week.  (K. Mattila)

 

8.      The Media Center will be closed today from 12:30-2:00 p.m. except for scheduled classes.  (Mrs. Klun)

 

9.      Students who signed up to work at the Elementary Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 25th, please note the time change.  The party will be from 3:00 -5:00 p.m.  If possible please come to the cafeteria by 2:30 p.m.  (Mrs. Lassi)

 

10.  Middle School Students– There will be a sign up for the Lego Team after school on Monday,  Oct. 27th in Mrs. Thompson’s room.  Anyone can join, even if you’ve never picked up a Lego in your life.  If you are interested, but are not able to attend,  please talk to Mrs. Thompson.  (Mrs. Thompson)

 

11.  Volleyball Banquetfor all players, coaches and parents Sunday, October 26th  from 4:00-6:00pm  at the Grand Ely Lodge. Players are free parents/guardians are $15 each.  (Coach Penke)

 

12.  Volleyball Jerseysneed to be turned in by today to Mr. Ivancich's room #101. Please wash before turning in. Thanks.   (Coach Penke)

 

13.  Superintendent student chatin Board Room today at noon.  (Mrs. Leitgeb)

 

14.  “Why I Appreciate American Veterans” essay contest:  Essays are due in the office today.    (Ms. McGrane)

 

15.  Ely Timberwolves Football Section Semi Finals with  Kelliher-Northome will be Saturday, Oct. 25th at 7:00 p.m. in Ely.  Go Wolves!

 

16.  Yearbook Meeting– Sunday, Oct. 26th at 1:00 p.m. in Mr. Rouse’s room.  (Mr. Rouse)

 

17.  Key Club UNICEF fundraiser– Guess how many pieces of candy corn are in the jar and win a chance to throw a pie in a teacher’s face!  1 guess $0.25 /  5 guesses $1.00.   (Key Club)

 

18.  Pep Rally  for UNICEFwill be Wednesday, October 29th during advisory.  Key Club is asking students & staff to wear blue to create  an ” Ocean of Care for UNICEF”.  (Key Club)

Thursday, October 23, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:   Chicken patty on bun w/ lettuce & mayo opt.  tater rounds, green beans, mixed fruit .

       

2.      Breakfast Tomorrow:  Apple or Cherry Pillsbury Frudel.

 

3.      Hockey Cheerleadingsign up sheet is in the office for girls in grades 8-12th who are interested.  Please sign up this week.  (K. Mattila)

 

4.      Students who signed up to work at the Elementary Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 25th, please note the time change.  The party will be from 3:00 -5:00 p.m.  If possible please come to the cafeteria by 2:30 p.m.  (Mrs. Lassi)

 

5.      X-Country team membersgoing to the section meet in Cloquet will be gone all day today.  Your bus leaves at 8:30 a.m.  (Coach Dusich)

 

6.      October is College Knowledge Month!    Today, during advisory  in the computer lab Mrs. Kess will meet with Juniors & Seniors on “How to Choose a College”.   (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      IRYAwill meet today during advisory in Mr. Lah’s room.  (Mr. Lah)

 

8.      Key Clubmembers please go to room 203 during advisory today.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

9.      Attention Class of 2015:  Seniors will be ordering their Graduation cap/gowns and celebration items on today at 7:30 a.m.  in room #203.  Please remember your completed order form along with your deposit.  (R. Erickson)

 

10.  Volleyball Banquetfor all players, coaches and parents Sunday, October 26th  from 4:00-6:00pm  at the Grand Ely Lodge. Players are free parents/guardians are $15 each.  (Coach Penke)

 

11.  Volleyball Jerseysneed to be turned in by Friday, Oct. 24th  to Mr. Ivancich's room #101. Please wash before turning in. Thanks.   (Coach Penke)

 

12.  Superintendent student chatin Board Room Friday, Oct. 24th at noon.  (Mrs. Leitgeb)

 

13.  “Why I Appreciate American Veterans” essay contest:  Essays are due in the office by  Friday, October 24th.    (Ms. McGrane)

 

14.  Ely Timberwolves Football Section Semi Finals with  Kelliher-Northome will be Saturday, Oct. 25th at 7:00 p.m. in Ely.  Go Wolves!

 

15.  Pep Rally  for UNICEFwill be Wednesday, October 29th during advisory.  Key Club is asking students & staff to wear blue to create  an ” Ocean of Care for UNICEF”.  (Key Club)

 

16.  Halloween Dancefor grades 6-8th Friday, Oct. 31st in the school cafeteria from 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.  Cost is $5.00 there will be a “Thriller Dance Contest” Costume contest for creepiest, coolest, scariest, humorous, best, and  most original.  Sponsored by Ely Music Boosters - pop & water for sale.  (Music Boosters)

 

17.  Advance Notice**  The ACT PLAN test for 10th grade will be November 4th  and the ACT EXPLORE test for 8th grade will be November 5th  from 8:0-5 – 11:00 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:   Mac & Cheese, hot dog on bun w/ ketchup & mustard, baby carrots, cauliflower w/ ranch, apple sauce .

     

2.      Breakfast Tomorrow:  Tony’s sausage breakfast pizza.

 

3.      Recyclingpick up today during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

4.      Hockey Cheerleadingsign up sheet is in the office for girls in grades 8-12th who are interested.  Please sign up this week.  (K. Mattila)

 

5.      Middle School studentsshould plan to have a jacket with them as you will be going outside, if it is not raining, the last part of your lunch break.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

6.      October is College Knowledge Month!    Today, in advisory your teacher may tell you about his/her educational path after high school.  Ask them!  (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      Key Club’s “Pie your Teacher for UNICEF”   We have a container filled with Candy Corn.  Guess how many pieces of candy are in the jar during middle & high school lunch.   1guess for $0.25  or 5 guesses for $1.00.  The person who has the closest guess will get to put a pie in the face of Ms. McGrane, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Hohenstein or Mrs. Thompson!  The last day to buy a guess is October 28th.  (S. Zaverl, Key Club)

 

8.      Attention Class of 2015:  Seniors will be ordering their Graduation cap/gowns and celebration items on Thursday, Oct. 23rd at 7:30 a.m.  in room #203.  Please remember your completed order form along with your deposit.  (R. Erickson)

 

9.      Students attending the HCC Technical Career Day on  October 30th:  We will leave school after attendance and return at 3:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

10.  “Why I Appreciate American Veterans” essay contest:  Essays are due in the office by  Friday, October 24th.    One high school & one middle school student will be chosen to read their essay at the Veteran’s Celebration on October 30th in the Washington Auditorium.  They will also will a student activities pass valued at $54.00 for events during the remainder of the school year.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

11.  The American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program, “A Constitutional Speech Contest”  Scholarships from $1,500.00  to $18,000.00 for state and national winners.  Information is available from your English teachers and Mrs. Kess.  (Mrs. Kess)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:   Soft shell taco w. lettuce, tomato, cheese, salsa, sour cream, corn, fresh orange.

     

2.      Breakfast Tomorrow:   Blueberry Pancakes w syrup.

 

3.      Found– A coin purse was found in the gym.  Come to the office and describe if you believe it is yours.  (R. Erickson)

 

4.      Middle School studentsshould plan to have a jacket with them as you will be going outside, if it is not raining, the last part of your lunch break.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

5.      October is College Knowledge Month!    Today, JUNIORS  may come to the computer lab during advisory to discuss the topic, “I don’t have any ideas what to do!”   and  “ What careers are for me?”  (Mrs. Kess)

 

6.      Hibbing Community CollegeRep. will be in the counseling office today at 11:30 a.m. to meet with interested students.  See Mrs. Kess for a pass.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      Key Clubwill meet today during advisory in room 203.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

8.      All-Night Grad Party  parent/guardian meeting:  A mandatory meeting for all parents/guardians of Seniors today at 6:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  Junior parents are also needed and encouraged to come. This meeting will be to discuss the main fundraisers and volunteer help needed for the party, allow for input and ideas for the party, and distribute information and raffle tickets.  (T. McDonald)

 

9.      Attention Middle School students:Come to the Media Center during Advisory on today if you are a seventh or eighth grader interested in Middle School Student Council. (Ms. Kingsley)

 

10.  Student Councilwill meet Wednesday, Oct. 22nd at 7:10 a.m. in the media center.  (Mrs. Lassi)

 

11.  Key Club’s “Pie your Teacher for UNICEF”   We have a container filled with Candy Corn.  Guess how many pieces of candy are in the jar during middle & high school lunch.   1guess for $0.25  or 5 guesses for $1.00.  The person who has the closest guess will get to put a pie in the face of Ms. McGrane, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Hohenstein or Mrs. Thompson!  The last day to buy a guess is October 28th.  (S. Zaverl, Key Club)

 

12.  Attention Class of 2015:  Seniors will be ordering their Graduation cap/gowns and celebration items on Thursday, Oct. 23rd at 7:30 a.m.  in room #203.  Please remember your completed order form along with your deposit.  (R. Erickson)

 

13.  The American Legion High School Oratorical Scholarship Program, “A Constitutional Speech Contest”  Scholarships from $1,500.00  to $18,000.00 for state and national winners.  Information is available from your English teachers and Mrs. Kess.  (Mrs. Kess)

Monday, October 20, 2014

 

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Cheeseburger w/ ketchup, mustard, pickle & onions, French fries, baked beans, sliced peaches.

     

2.      Breakfast Tomorrow:   Sausage & Cheese breakfast bagel.

 

3.      Middle School Student lunch information:  When excused from the cafeteria students are to go to where directed (outside or gym).  Students are not to go to unsupervised areas (such as band room, hall or 4th hr. class).   (Mrs. Kess)

 

4.      All Seniors – Graduation meeting:  The representative from Jostens will be here today at 11:30 in Ms. Kingsley’s room #211 to meet with you regarding graduation.  (R. Erickson)

 

5.      October is College Knowledge Month!    Today, Seniors may come to the computer lab during advisory to discuss the topic, “I don’t have any ides what to do!”   and  “ What careers are for me?”  (Mrs. Kess)

 

6.      Hibbing Community CollegeRep. will be in the counseling office on Tuesday, Oct. 21st at 11:30 a.m. to meet with interested students.  See Mrs. Kess for a pass.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      Key Club will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 21st during advisory in room 203.  (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

8.      All-Night Grad Party  parent/guardian meeting:  A mandatory meeting for all parents/guardians of Seniors will be Tuesday, Oct. 21st at 6:00 p.m. in the school cafeteria.  Junior parents are also needed and encouraged to come. This meeting will be to discuss the main fundraisers and volunteer help needed for the party, allow for input and ideas for the party, and distribute information and raffle tickets.  (T. McDonald)

 

9.      Attention Middle School students:Come to the Media Center during Advisory on Tuesday, October 21 if you are a seventh or eighth grader interested in Middle School Student Council. Your ticket in is ONE idea for a service project, and ONE idea for a fun event! See Ms. Kingsley or Mr. Hohenstein if you have any questions.  (Ms. Kingsley)

 

10.  To ALL students who are going to participate in winter athletic activities:  you MUST have a physical exam on file in the athletic office prior to the first day of practice.  You will not be allowed to practice until you have an exam on file.  If you are unsure of whether you  need a physical, please see Mr. Omerza as soon as possible.   (Mr. Omerza)

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