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Southern Jr-Sr High School Bulletin for Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Wednesday's Lunch Menu: Ham Slice, Scalloped Potatoes, Sugar Cookie, Bread & Milk.


 

Thursday's Lunch Menu: Pizza Quesadilla, Baked Beans, Bananas & Strawberries & Milk.


 

Thursday's Breakfast Menu: French Toast Stick, Sausage Links & Milk.


 

NO School - Friday - Spring Break


 

Hope Week Suicide Prevention Week and overall mental health well-being- THIS WEEK-Sponsored by Southern Hope Squad Overall theme: Keep going because you did not come this far just to come this far! Wednesday-Wear yellow for suicide prevention, the “light of the light.” Thursday-Wear blue for supporting suicide prevention.


 

Hope Squad will be going to the elementary today. Dismiss at the end of 5th period. They will be gone for 6th period and part of 7th period.


 

Senior Due Date Reminders- TODAY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17 AT 4:00PM. Senior Scholarship Interview Letter of Application & Resume, Graduation Speeches & Graduation Cover Design are all due to Karen in the office.


 

Golf- today at Southern Invitational at 9:30am. Good luck!!!


 

Track Uniforms & Warm ups- Lyndon Salts, Ryan Pallas, Nic Lyons, and Tyler Johnson need to turn in their track uniforms and warm ups ASAP.


 

JH Track- today, Freeman Invitational at PAWNEE CITY at 10:00am. Bus leaves at 8:00am. NOTE: This is a change in the location. Good luck!!!


 

JH Track- Monday at Valley Heights (Blue Rapids) at 1:00pm. Dismiss members at 10:50am (end of 3rd period). Bus leaves at 11:00am. Pre makeup slips are available in the office.


 

Students get your Shop projects paid for and removed from School.


 

FBLA Members: 9th-11th grade members are eligible to run for an officer position for next year. If you are interested, please see Mrs. Schluter for an application. They are due back to her by Thursday, April 18th.


 

Attention NHS members: Please get a form from Mrs. Pospisil or the office, and then have your parents sign it. The form must be returned by TODAY, so you can attend the NHS Spring Trip to the Omaha Zoo, which is Thursday on April 18th. If you are going to the zoo, you will also need a pre-makeup slip filled out for next Thursday. Pre-makeup slips are in the office or you can see Mrs. Pospisil for a pre-makeup slip.


 

FBLA recycling today during IAP. Please set items outside of classroom.


 

Senior class meeting Monday during 4th period in room 306. All seniors need to be there. Please talk to Mr. Murphy or Mrs.Goes if you can't be there.


 

CALLING ALL 7-12 Grade Artists: The annual Southern Art Show is coming up on April 24th and 25th. ANY STUDENT in grades 7-12 who have completed a project that they would like to display during the art show needs to bring their completed piece(s) to Mrs. Neverve in the art room no later than THURSDAY April 18. Even if you are not currently in an art class, you are welcome to submit your artwork. Current art students are required to participate -see Google Classroom for more details. Please see Mrs. Neverve if you have any questions.


 

2018-2019 Yearbooks- The last day to order a yearbook is MAY 3rd. The cost of the yearbook is now $45. We will NOT be ordering extras for people to purchase in the fall, so you will NOT get one if you do not order one by May 3rd! This yearbook also comes with autograph pages (given out at the end of the school year) that you can stick into your yearbook once you receive it in the fall.


 

Students can enter the essay contest. In 600 words or less, they should describe what healthcare will be like in 20 years and how technology will be used to improve healthcare. Students should submit their essays by April 22 to HTMEssays@aami.org. They should include their name, school, town/state, and email address. The top three winners will receive a total of $1,000 and be recognized nationally.


 

Spring College Fair is on SCC Lincoln campus from 1:00 to 3:00 on Sunday, April 28. This is a good time for Sophomore and Junior families to get information about a variety of colleges.


 

Seniors can apply for the RAAD scholarship. Deadline is April 17. Applications are in the counseling office.


 

Peru State College has Fall dual enrollment classes available. See Mrs. Goes for more information


 

Applications for summer employment at the homestead would include the Youth Conservation Corps. This is for Students 15-18. Applications need to be postmarked by April 26th. Call 402 223-3514 to get the application.


 

Students who are taking college classes either through SENCAP or directly from a college can apply for some reimbursement from the Southern Foundation. Please get the form from Mrs. Goes by April 24.


 

If you are 18 and are looking for a summer job, stop by and see Mrs. Goes.


 

Only one student has complete the request form to get money back for taking a college class this year. All college classes are eligible for this refund. The request forms must be submitted to Mrs. Goes by April 24


 

Juniors and Sophomores who want to take college classes from SCC or Peru next year, need to complete the paperwork.


 

Are you interested in supporting local businesses? Growing your community? And shaping your future with innovative new ideas? Then you won’t want to miss the third annual Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities (CEC) Conference in Beatrice on April 24th and 25th. Presented by Nebraska Extension’s Community Vitality Initiative with support from NGage, Main Street Beatrice, and the Beatrice Chamber of Commerce. See Mrs. Goes for the student scholarship program. Deadline to apply is this week.


 

Digital Expressions Media Camp. The camp is offered to high school students ranging from incoming ninth graders to outgoing graduates. Students interested in broadcasting, photography, videography, sports commentary or any other form of media production, should look into this camp on their website DigitalExpressionsCamp.com The camp is held from June 9-14th and will feature hands-on learning opportunities, collegiate-level instruction and field trips and visits featuring industry professionals. Also, since the camp is hosted at UNK, students get the experience of living on campus for a week and getting the college experience. Registration is open now and is open until May 1.


 

The newest Supply Chain Management program at UNK can be an interesting career field. Find out more about this program at https://youtu.be/we0-hcHeuv4.


 

Seniors who qualify for the sports boosters scholarship have until the 19th to get their applications in.


 

Endicott Clay in Fairbury is looking for summer help if you are 18 years old. See Mrs. Goes for the details.


 

ACT Word of the Day- Umbrage-resentment, offense