Daily Bulletin

Monday, June 2, 2014

1.      Breakfast tomorrow:   peanut butter with grape or strawberry jelly on whole grain bread.

 

2.      Hot Lunch today:popcorn chicken, tater tots, peas/carrots, assorted fruit.

 

3.      Boys’ Basketball:  There will be a short meeting after school today in Room 207 for all boys basketball players grades 6-11.  (Coach McDonald)

 

4.      There will not be volleyball tonight.  (Coach Penke)

 

5.      6th grade students  will have a picnic and a walking tour of Ely on Tuesday, June 3rd.  (Mrs. M. Anderson & Ms. Suihkonen)

 

6.      Yearbooks   Any students wishing to purchase yearbooks should see Mr. Rouse in room #112.  The price is $60.00.    (Mr. Rouse) 

 

7.      Junior Summer Golf sign up sheets, for ages 8-15,  are in the office.  (M. Mills)

 

8.      Girls’ Summer Softball:   If  you are a girl entering 5th grade through 8th grade you are invited to attend a week of FREE  softball camp July 21st  - 25th at the high school softball field.  Register by July 14th at    www.classes.elymn.com   or call Mary at 365-7806.  (M. Schwinghamer)

 

9.      The last day of school for students in grades 6-11 will be Tuesday, June 3rd.    (Mr. Bettin)

Friday, May 30, 2014

1.      Breakfast  Monday:   Pillsbury apple or cherry frudel.

 

2.      Hot Lunch today: Quesadilla wedges w/ salsa & sour cream, refried beans, fresh broccoli, raisins, diced pears.

 

3.      Lost & Found tableis in front of the office.  Be sure to look at the items.  (R. Erickson)

 

4.      Transition Day for 5th grade:  Today will be Transition Day, when 5th grade students will spend time in the Memorial Bldg. with the 6th grade students and teachers.  They will learn about lockers, tour the building, go over the school handbook, and  have a question & answer session.  Please make them feel welcome in our building!

 

5.      Students going to Germany this summerwill have a mandatory meeting in Mr. Braff’s room today during lunch.  (Herr Braff)

 

6.      Boys’ Baseball:  There will be a short meeting after school on Monday, June 2nd  in Room 207 for all boys basketball players grades 6-11.  (Coach McDonald)

 

7.      Locker Clean up today during advisoryfor those who did not have a chance to clean yesterday.  (Mr. Bettin)

 

8.      All Football Playerscheck with Mr. Omerza to see if you need a sports physical.  (Coach Lamppa)

 

9.      Yearbooks   Any students wishing to purchase yearbooks should see Mr. Rouse in room #112.  The price is $60.00.    (Mr. Rouse) 

 

10.  Girls’ Summer Softball:   If  you are a girl entering 5th grade through 8th grade you are invited to attend a week of FREE  softball camp July 21st  - 25th at the high school softball field.  Register by July 14th at    www.classes.elymn.com   or call Mary at 365-7806.  (M. Schwinghamer)

 

11.  Football Cheerleading!!  All students in grades  8-11th that are interested in joining football cheerleading for next school year,  there will be an informational sign-up meeting today during 2:30 advisory in room #203.  (M. Durham)

 

12.  Early Notice:  The last day of school for students in grades 6-11 will be Tuesday, June 3rd.    (Mr. Bettin)

Thursday, May 29, 2014

1.      Breakfast Tomorrow:   Peanut butter & grape or strawberry jelly on whole grain bread .

 

2.      Hot Lunch today: Chicken Noodle Soup with grilled cheese sandwich, sunflower seeds, baby carrots, celery sticks, applesauce.

 

3.      Lost & Found tableis in front of the office.  Be sure to look at the items.  (R. Erickson)

 

4.      6th Grade Bandwill need to be excused at  12:40 p.m. today for their spring concert in the Washington Auditorium.  (Ms. Alexander)

 

5.      The Section track meetwill be gone today  for the Section 7A  meet.  (Coach Helms & Dusich)

 

6.      Students going to Germany this summerwill have a mandatory meeting in Mr. Lah’s room on Friday, May 30th during lunch.  (Herr Braff)

 

7.      All Football Playerscheck with Mr. Omerza to see if you need a sports physical.  (Coach Lamppa)

 

8.      Boys Varsity Baseballwill be excused at 1:15 (the bus departs at 1:30) for the Section 7-A quarter final game in Hibbing.  Ely vs. Silver Bay.  (Coach Ivancich)

 

9.      Yearbooks   Any students wishing to purchase yearbooks should see Mr. Rouse in room #112.  The price is $60.00.    (Mr. Rouse) 

 

10.  Football Cheerleading!!  All students in grades  8-11th that are interested in joining football cheerleading for next school year,  there will be an informational sign-u[p meeting this Friday, May 30th during 2:30 advisory in room #203.  (M. Durham)

 

11.  Junior Golffor ages 8-15 begins Monday, June 9th.  You may pick up a registration form in the school office or at the Ely Golf Course.  (M. Mills)

 

12.  The athletic department is looking for people to fill positions for next fall.  They include working the chain crew for junior high football games, selling tickets at football/ volleyball games, and working lines at volleyball matches.  The rate of pay varies for each of the jobs listed.  If interested, please contact Mr. Omerza.  (Mr. Omerza)

 

13.  Early Notice:  The last day of school for students in grades 6-11 will be Tuesday, June 3rd.    (Mr. Bettin)

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

 

1.       Breakfast Tomorrow:   Pancake & sausage on a stick w/ syrup .

 

2.       Hot Lunch today:  Nacho Day!  Kim’s famous cheese sauce w/ taco meat & salsa, black beans, corn & fresh orange.

 

3.       Anyone in grades 7-11 planning on playing football this fall,  there will be a meeting today during advisory (2:30) in the gym.  (Mr. Lamppa)

 

4.       The Middle School Awards program (grades 6-8th)  will be today at 1:15 in the gym.  Your teachers will escort you.  (Mr. Bettin)

 

5.       The Section track meetwill be gone all day Thursday, May 29th,  for the Section 7A  meet.  (Coach Helms & Dusich)

 

6.       Yearbooks   Any students wishing to purchase yearbooks should see Mr. Rouse in room #112.  (Mr. Rouse) 

 

7.       Football Cheerleading!!  All students in grades  8-11th that are interested in joining football cheerleading for next school year,  there will be an informational sign-u[p meeting this Friday, May 30th during 2:30 advisory in room #203.  (M. Durham)

 

8.       Junior Golffor ages 8-15 begins Monday, June 9th.  You may pick up a registration form in the school office or at the Ely Golf Course.  (M. Mills)

 

9.       CLIMB Theatre is  looking for a few studentsto participate in a week long workshop with them July 21-26.  High School or older Junior High students who are interested please call  Mary Larson at 365-3020.  (M. Larson)

 

10.   Early Notice:  The last day of school for students in grades 6-11 will be Tuesday, June 3rd.    (Mr. Bettin)

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

1.      Breakfast Tomorrow:   Tony sausage breakfast pizza .

 

2.      Hot Lunch today: Tyson chicken fries w/ BBQ sauce tri taters, peas, mixed fruit.

 

3.      Anyone in grades 7-11 planning on playing football this fall,  there will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 28th during advisory (2:30) in the gym.  (Mr. Lamppa)

 

4.      The Section track meetwill be Thursday, May 29th.  (Coach Helms & Dusich)

 

5.      Yearbooks   Any students wishing to purchase yearbooks should see Mr. Rouse in room #112.  (Mr. Rouse) 

 

6.      Junior Golffor ages 89-15 begins Monday, June 9th.  You may pick up a registration form in the school office or at the Ely Golf Course.  (M. Mills) 

 

7.      Early Notice:  The last day of school for students in grades 6-11 will be Tuesday, June 3rd.    (Mr. Bettin)

 

8.      The athletic department is looking for people to fill positions for next fall.  They include working the chain crew for junior high football games, selling tickets at football/ volleyball games, and working lines at volleyball matches.  The rate of pay varies for each of the jobs listed.  If interested, please contact Mr. Omerza.  (Mr. Omerza)

 

9.      CLIMB Theater actors will be in Ely for one week this summer to work with high school students and perform a play for the community.  If you are interested being part of their play registration deadline is May22 nd .  Questions contact Mary Larson 365-3020  (M. Larson)

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