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Southern Jr-Sr High School Bulletin for Thursday, May 16, 2019

Thursday's Lunch Menu: Chicken Tenders w/Sauce, French Fries, Frosted Graham Cracker & Milk.


 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN MAY TO: 18TH-AVA WEINER & RYAN PRALLE, 20TH-DALTON SCHWARTZ, 21ST-ARYSA LAWR, 22ND-CHEYENNE LEACH, TAYLOR HICKS & KALE MAGUIRE, 24TH-BRIAN FORKE, 29TH-KAYLEE KLOVER & CODY COLSON, 31ST-RAYNA SHAW & ANTHONY O'KEEFE!!!


 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN JUNE TO: 1ST JOSH LUNDSTEDT & ANGELINA ESTRADA, 2ND-JAYDEN HARDING, 13TH-AUSTIN BECK, 14TH PRESTON ALLINGTON, 15TH-BRYCE KOTINEK, 16TH-KYEN TROXEL, 18TH MORGAN WARD, 20TH DRAVEN PEARSON, 25TH-FELICIA CARY!!!


 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO JULY TO: 2ND-CARSON BORZEKOFSKI, 3RD-LEVI HEIDEMAN, 6TH-SAMANTH PARDE, 11TH-DALTON ADEN, 12TH-TAIGON KOTINEK, MICHAEL O'KEEFE, 18TH-KAMBREE SINGELTON, 19TH-JUSTYN EPPENS, 22ND-GABE HEVELONE, 25TH-SKYLAR ANDERSON & ALEX RETHERFORD, 30TH-BRAYDEE FRASE, 31TH-EVAN HOPKINS!!!


 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN AUGUST TO: 2ND-KARLEY LAUBY & GERHARD VON NIESSEN, 4TH-HAYLEE HUTCHISON, 10TH-ALICIA THORNBURG & DOUG RAINEY, 15TH-BRIELLE TROXEL, BELLA IM & IZAK SPANN, 17TH-KYLEE COMBS, 20TH-PAYTON SALTS!!!


 

Last day of this school year is TODAY - We will run our regular schedule, periods 1-6. There will be no period 7 or IAP. Early dismissal: Elementary -1:20pm, High School - 1:30pm. HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!


 

Please check the LOST & FOUND box in the office- something in there might be yours! Left items will be disposed of after the last day of school.


 

If you have any medications, cough drops , etc in the office- please remind your PARENTS to pick them up by 2:00pm on May 20.


 

All students should have a new schedule given to them 2nd hour. There will not be any schedule changes next fall. If there is a problem see Mrs. Goes.


 

The following students need to turn in their JH track uniforms ASAP or they will be billed: Matt Wach.


 

Students -If participating in sports next year - PLEASE stop by office and get a SPORTS PHYSICAL FORM, SO YOU HAVE THE CORRECT FORMS.


 

Choir/Show Choir- Students interested in participating in choir and/or show choir next year:: We will be having auditions for choir AND show choir in the music room at the high school THE LAST TWO DAYS OF SCHOOL> (May 15th and 16th). For high school students in choir this year, you will audition during first period. Junior High students in choir will audition during period 5a (choir period). Students who were NOT in choir this year can come to the music room from 3:05 (IAP) until 4:30 on EITHER day, BUT you need to sign up for a time slot on my door. Students who were NOT in choir this year are the only ones who need to sign up for a time. For auditions: Everyone will be singing My Country Tis of Thee and you can practice with this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5nYo_je9yGg (start singing at 0:23 seconds). For show choir auditions: You will ALSO learn a dance during auditions. If you have any questions, please let Miss Kalvelage know!


 

Congratulations to the following 2019-2020 HS class officers: 12th grade-President-Mallee Jones, VP-Braydee Frase, Secretary-Janessa Cooper, Treasurer-Jacob Van Winkle, StuCo Reps-Braden Klover & Kambree Singleton. 11th grade-President-Kaylee Klover, VP-Taigon Kotinek, Secretary-Izak Spann, Treasurer-Alyssa Salts, StuCo Reps-Doug Rainey & Kylee Combs. 10th grade-President-Nate Lyons, VP-Brad Schmidt, Secretary-Jentry Schell, Treasurer-Shelby March, StuCo Reps-Connor Bradley, Madison Wegner. 9th grade – President –Kale Maguire, VP- Autumn Lane, Secretary-Callie Cooper , Treasurer-Kendrea Troxel, StuCo Reps-Austen Forney, Alaina Klover.


 

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Student Council!! President: Lauren Trauernicht, Vice President: Claire Hookstra. Other members include: Mallee Jones, Braydee Frase, Braden Klover, Kambree Singleton, Kaylee Klover, Taigon Kotinek, Doug Rainey, Kylee Combs, Nate Lyons, Brad Schmidt, Connor Bradley, Madison Wegner, Kale Maguire, Autumn Lane, Austen Forney, Alaina Klover.


 

Board of Education Student Representative- If any student is interested in becoming the Southern Board of Education Student Representative, please visit with Mr. Murphy.


 

FBLA recycling today at beginning of 6th period . Please set items outside of classroom.


 

The following students have signed up for a shop class next year but will not be able to be in that class unless your current shop bill is paid by the end of the school year. Sabastian Bottcher, Joe Wach, Ryan Pallas, Anthony O'Keefe, Preston Baehr, Arysa Lawr, Jacob VanWinkle, Joel Estrada, Dalton Meyer, Payton Salts, Braden Klover, Riley Wegner, Doug Rainey, Austin Forney, Izeah Human. Please get these bills taken care of or you may end up in a class that you did not sign up for.


 

A reminder to all Sophomores; Starting next Fall you have to take a semester of Personal Finance class to meet graduation requirements. This class is offered period 2 and period 5 this coming Fall. Only 9 sophomores have signed up for Personal Finance. this means that you will need to take it during your Senior year to meet graduation requirements. See Mrs. Goes if you want to change your schedule.


 

Students who are 16 years of age and interested in pursuing a health degree may want to attend the camp at Northeast Community College. The camp is limited to the first 30 applicants who must be at least 16 years of age. There is no charge for this camp. For more information and to register, visit northeast.edu/2019/Health-Wellness-Camp or call Dawn at (402) 844-7325. The camp includes: - Hands-on activities lead by instructors and health care professionals - The opportunity to ask questions and learn from professionals in various fields of health care - One-on-one visits with faculty about the college application process, admissions requirements and student experiences Programs featured: Nursing, Health Information Management Systems (HIMS) & Personal Training


 

Unigo is sponsoring a scholarship for students who are least 13 years of age. Write an essay with this topic: "May is the fifth month of the year. Write a letter to the number five explaining why five is important. Be serious or be funny. Either way, here's a high five to you for being original." (250 words or less). submit the essay online at www.unigo.com/our-scholarships


 

Students wanting to take college classes next year must have your forms turned in to Mrs. Goes before you leave for the summer. Classes are filling up and yours might not be offered if you wait too long.


 

Juniors who need their current college classes to count for graduation need to screen shot or print your final grade and give it to Mrs. Goes ASAP


 

ACT Word of the Day- Recalcitrant-defiant, unapologetic