Daily Bulletin

Friday, October 31, 2014

 

 

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Quesadilla wedges w/ salsa & sour cream, refried beans, fresh broccoli diced pears, Halloween cookie!.

     

2.      Breakfast  Tuesday, Nov. 4th:  Mini Waffles w/ syrup.

 

3.      Reminder to students & families:  There will NOT be school on Monday, Nov. 3rd due to teacher workshops.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

4.      Quarter 1 ends today.  Accelerated Reader Tests may be taken all this week during advisory.  Do not wait until the last minute!  (Mrs. Klun)

 

5.      Hibbing Technical Career Dayis Friday, Oct. 31st for the students who have signed up.  The bus will leave at 8:15 and get back by 3:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

6.      Halloween Dance tonightfrom 7:30 -10:30 p.m. in the cafeteria for grades 6-8th.  Costume contests, pop & water for sale, and cost $5.00  Sponsored by Music Boosters.

 

7.      The yearbook staffwill meet on Sunday at 1:00. Please finalize all add sales prior to the meeting.  (Mr. Rouse)

 

8.      Cross Country Team Banquetwill be Sunday, Nov. 2nd from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Hidden Valley.  Potluck, appetizers, and desserts.  All CC runners and their families are invited to celebrate a great season!  (B. Prigge & S. Hanson)

 

9.      Ely Knight Hawks 4-H Club  invites you to an open house Monday, Nov. 3rd at VCC room 111 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Activities, create your own snack, and information.  See you there!

 

10.  Grade 10 ACT Plan testwill be Tuesday, Nov. 4th in the media center from 8:05-11:00 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

11.  Grade 8 ACT Explore testwill be Wednesday, Nov. 5th from 8:05 – 11:00a.m. in the media center.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

12.  Dance Team Sign-Upwill be Tuesday, Nov. 4th in the media center during advisory.  Come and sign up if you are interested!  (Coach Housey)

 

13.  University of Minnesota Duluth  will have a rep. in the counseling office on Wednesday, November 5th at 10:30 a.m.  Get a pass from Mrs. Kess if you would like to meet with them.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

14.  Job Services for students in grades 9-12:  A rep. from the Northeast Training Center will be here to meet with students on career planning, interests, mock  interviews and financial literacy Wednesday, Nov. 5th during advisory in the media center.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

15.  Early notice to students & parents:  Parent Teacher Conferences will be Nov. 11th from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.  and Nov. 13th from 3:00 – 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

 

1.      Hot Lunch Today:  Roast turkey w/ mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, apples, dinner roll.

     

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

 

3.      Reminder to students & families:  There will NOT be school on Monday, Nov. 3rd due to teacher workshops.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

4.      Quarter 1 ends Friday, Oct. 31st.  Accelerated Reader Tests may be taken all this week during advisory.  Do not wait until the last minute!  (Mrs. Klun)

 

5.      College Knowledge WeekToday, Freshmen & Sophomores come to the computer lab during advisory for info on Credits, GPA, high school courses and How to Graduate!  (Mrs. Kess)

 

6.      IRYAmeeting  today during advisory in Mr. Lah's room.  (Mr. Lah)

 

7.      Hibbing Technical Career Dayis Friday, Oct. 31st for the students who have signed up.  The bus will leave at 8:15 and get back by 3:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

8.      High School/Middle School Costume Contest  Friday, Oct. 31st.  The theme is “Dress as your favorite musician”.   Sponsored by the Ely Music Boosters.

 

9.      Halloween Dance Friday, Oct. 31stfrom 7:30 -10:30 p.m. in the cafeteria for grades 6-8th.  Costume contests, pop & water for sale, and cost $5.00  Sponsored by Music Boosters.

 

10.  The yearbook staffwill meet on Sunday at 1:00. Please finalize all add sales prior to the meeting.  (Mr. Rouse)

 

11.  Cross Country Team Banquetwill be Sunday, Nov. 2nd from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Hidden Valley.  Potluck, appetizers, and desserts.  All CC runners and their families are invited to celebrate a great season!  (B. Prigge & S. Hanson)

 

12.  Ely Knight Hawks 4-H Club  invites you to an open house Monday, Nov. 3rd at VCC room 111 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Activates, create your own snack, and information.  See you there!

 

13.  Grade 10 ACT Plan testwill be Tuesday, Nov. 4th in the media center from 8:05-11:00 a.m.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

14.  Winter Sports Meeting for all parents and studentswho will participate in high school hockey, high school basketball, or high school Nordic skiing.  There will be a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 5th at 5:30 p.m. in the gym.  Coaches will be invited to address their players with information about first practices.  Forms will be available to pickup and complete.  If you cannot make it, please contact your coach to get information.  (Mr. Omerza) …

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

1.      Hot Lunch Today:    French Bread Pepperoni Pizza , salad w/ dressing, grape tomato, pineapple tidbits.

       

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

 

3.      Reminder to students & families:  There will NOT be school on Monday, Nov. 3rd due to teacher workshops.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

4.      Congratulations to our  winners of the Veteran’s essay contest;Alison Zaverl, Sam Terwilliger, Kalyssa Eilrich.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

5.      Student groupsmust have bulletin announcements signed by their advisor before giving them to the office.  (R. Erickson)

 

6.      Recycling pick up is today during advisory.  (Mr. Lah)

 

7.      Quarter 1 ends Friday, Oct. 31st.  Accelerated Reader Tests may be taken all this week during advisory.  Do not wait until the last minute!  (Mrs. Klun)

 

8.      College Knowledge Week– Tuesday, Nov. 4th  Juniors & Seniors Scholarships & Financial Aid meet in the computer lab.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

9.      Hibbing Technical Career Dayis Friday, Oct. 31st for the students who have signed up.  The bus will leave at 8:15 and get back by 3:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

10.  Pep Rally  for UNICEFwill be today during advisory.   Students will report to their advisory for attendance  and be escorted to the gym by their teacher.  (Ms. McGrane)

 

11.  High School/Middle School Costume Contest  Friday, Oct. 31st.  The theme is “Dress as your favorite musician”.  There will be a mystery judge and prizes will be given.  Rules:  No face covering, inappropriate items, and must fit in with school dress code.  Sponsored by the Ely Music Boosters.

12.  Halloween Dance Friday, Oct. 31stfrom 7:30 -10:30 p.m. in the cafeteria for grades 6-8th.  Costume contests, pop & water for sale, and cost $5.00  Sponsored by Music Boosters.

13.  Winter Sports Meeting for all parents and studentswho will participate in high school hockey, high school basketball, or high school Nordic skiing.  There will be a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 5th at 5:30 p.m. in the gym.  Coaches will be invited to address their players with information about first practices.  Forms will be available to pickup and complete.  If you cannot make it, please contact your coach to get information.  (Mr. Omerza)

14.  The Minnesota Scholars of Distinction  program recognizes achievement by highly motivated, self-directed students.  Each area was developed with educators, the business community and others.  Students may now apply for Scholars of Distinction Awards in Leadership, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Theater Arts.  For information about the process for a 2015 award, visit   http://education.state.mn.us/MDE/StuSuc/ScholarRecog/ScholarsDistinc  All applicants are required to complete the “Intent to Apply Form”, available Oct. 15th – Dec. 15th.

Monday, October 27, 2014

 

 

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

       

2.      Breakfast  Tomorrow:  Bacon scramble breakfast pizza.

 

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

 

4.      Congratulations to the Cross Country runners  Teddy Pierce, 6th place  and Seth Prigge, 7th place both be advancing to the State Meet.  Congratulations to Erin Bianco, 10th place.  The Girls team was 5th over all,  Boys  7th over all.    (Staff & Students of EHS)

 

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

 

6.      College Knowledge WeekToday during advisory in the computer lab Mrs. Kess will help seniors complete college applications.  Many colleges do NOT charge application fees this week.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

7.      Middle School Students– There will be a sign up for the Lego Team after school today 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)

 

8.      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)

 

9.      Key Clubwill meet on Tuesday, Oct. 28th during advisory in room 203 (J. Swanson, ECR)

 

10.  Girls’ H.S. Swim Teammembers will be excused at 1:45 on Tuesday, Oct. 28th for their “Pumpkin Quad” at Mesabi East.  (Coach Spehar)

 

11.  All Juniors:  There will be a program for you in the media center on Tuesday, Oct. 28th from 12:30- 1:00.  All juniors should go to your 5th hr. class for attendance then report to the media center. The program is regarding college visits and the difference between transfer programs and technical programs.  The presentation is by an admissions rep. from Lake Superior College.  There will be time for questions after. (Mrs. Kess)

 

12.  Hibbing Technical Career Dayis Friday, Oct. 31st for the students who have signed up.  The bus will leave at 8:15 and get back by 3:00 p.m.  Lunch will be provided.  (Mrs. Kess)

 

13.  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)

 

14.  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)

 

15.  High School/Middle School Costume Contest  Friday, Oct. 31st.  The theme is “Dress as your favorite musician”.  There will be a mystery judge and prizes will be given.  Rules:  No face covering, inappropriate items, and must fit in with school dress code.  Sponsored by the Ely Music Boosters.

 

16.  ACT / PLAN test is Nov. 4th for grade 10,  ACT / EXPLORE  test is Nov. 5th for grade 8,  ASVB test for grade 11 is Nov. 14th    and  Juniors will have Duluth College visit for the day on Nov. 10th.  (Mrs. Kess)

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)

Academic Events

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3

11/03/2014
Teacher Workshop - No School for Students (Q Comp)

NOV
11

11/11/2014 4:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Parent Teacher Conferences Washington

NOV
13

11/13/2014 3:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Parent Teacher Conferences Washinton Elementary

Athletic Events

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Fine Arts Events

NOV
14

11/14/2014 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Play- Shrek the Musical

NOV
15

11/15/2014 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Play- Shrek the Musical

DEC
7

12/07/2014 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Ely Christmas Choir