October Math Student of the Month
Congratulations to Kylee Combs for being named Math Student of the Month for the Month of October 2017. Kylee is in 9th grade and is currently taking Geometry. Some of the things she has been studying in Geometry are classifying different types of angles and whether they’re complementary, supplementary or neither, If-Then statements and their converses, proofs, properties of parallel lines and transversals and slope. Kylee does a good job in class always has her homework done and if she has a problem with the homework she’s not afraid to ask questions. Kylee has an excellent grade in Geometry class and scored in the upper percentile on her Maps Math Test. Congratulations again to Kylee for being named Math student of the month for October.
Friday's Lunch Menu: Barbecue Pork Sandwich, Scalloped Potatoes, Bananas & Strawberries & Milk.
Monday's Lunch Menu: Breaded Beef Patty, Baked Potato w/toppings, Bread & Milk.
Monday's Breakfast Menu: Cereal, Toast & Milk.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY TO: NICHOLE LAUTENSCHLAGER!!!
Early Dismissal today -Elem-1:20pm HS-1:30pm. This is due to Lincoln Christian Schools inability to host evening football games because of not having lights installed on their football field yet.
VB Pioneer Conference-Monday, Tuesday & Friday this week
V FB- today at Lincoln Christian at 3:00pm. Dismiss players at 11:35am to eat lunch. Bus leaves at 12:15pm. Premake-up slips are not needed. Good luck!!!
V VB Triangular- Monday at home with Falls City and Johnson-Brock at 5:00pm.
JV/V VB- Tuesday at home against Diller-Odell at 6:00pm.
HS Boys Basketball meeting after school on Monday in room 205.
JR High Girls Basketball sign up sheet in the Office. Season starts on November 1st!
Cheerleaders will leave today at 1:30pm for game. You will be dismissed at 1:20pm. Mrs. Novotny will pick you up in front of commons. Please be on time.
Halloween Treats - Sophomore class fundraiser- Place your order for Halloween treat bags from October 11th to October 23rd! They cost $1 each and will be delivered during IAP on Halloween. See the sophomore class officers to order yours (Lauren Trauernicht, Claire Hookstra, Janessa Cooper, Jacob VanWinkle, Alice Arnold, Dalton Meyer and Sami Cresse).
Red Ribbon committee meeting Tuesday during IAP in room 204.
Junior class meeting Monday during IAP in room 209.
PINK OUT SHIRTS: Interest has been shown in doing a second round of ordering of the 'GO FIGHT WIN' pink out shirt design. Proceeds will still go to the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network. T-shirts- $10 LongSleeve Tshirts- $12 +$3 for 2XL+ Crewneck Sweatshirt- $18 Hoodie- $20 +$4 for 2XL-3XL +$8 for 4XL-5XL If you would like a shirt, please contact me either at the school or via email (email@example.com) with your order. Money must be collected before the order deadline. PLEASE HAVE ALL ORDERS SUBMITTED BY TODAY @NOON.
Picture Retake Day is Wednesday, October 25. Forms are available in the office. If you did not get your picture taken on original picture day-you MUST get one taken on this day.
Cloud County Senior Preview Day will be Wednesday, November 15th at 2:00 PM. Call for registration if you want to attend. 800-729-5101 ext 214
Seniors planning to enter the teaching field should apply for the Delta Kappa Gamma scholarship. This application is a resume with specific details and one letter of recommendation. Deadline is Feb 24th, 2018
UNO now offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency Management. Lyndsey Rice, academic advisor for UNO can tell you more about this exciting new program. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
SCC Discovery Days are October 13 on Beatrice campus and October 27 on Milford campus and October 20 on Lincoln campus. All Discovery Days run from 9:00 to 1:30 with lunch included. Parents are welcome to attend. Register at www.southeast.edu/discoveries
Seniors in NHS can apply for the national NHS scholarship. Deadline to apply is january 30, 2018. Applications can be found on their website.
Project HELP is a federally funded program that is partnered with Central Community College, Southeast Community College. Mid Plains Community College and Northeast Community College. It is a program focussing on helping low income individuals achieve and education in health care. They offer scholarships, tuition waivers, scrubs, gas cards, professional success and career coaching. check out their website www.projecthelpcareers.com
RHOP (Rural Health Opportunities Program) had a deadline of November 15. If you are thinking professional health programs such as Medical Laboratory Science, Dental Hygiene, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Physician Assistance and Radiography, you need to check this opportunity out.
Seniors who complete their application process and are admitted to UNL by November 2, you will be "True Red" and will receive exclusive Husker gear, early scholarship notifications, early access to room selection and early sign up for New Student Enrollment.
UNL now offers a new program of study, Software Engineering. If you want to know more, contact Jenna Huttenmaier at email@example.com
Seniors who have scored at least a 23 on the ACT should apply for the Hagan Scholarship. Each scholarship is worth up to $40,000 and the opportunity to study abroad if you choose. Deadline to apply is November 15 and there are several steps to the process including a completed FAFSA.
Nebraska students who earn at least a 23 ACT score and have a strong high school GPA may be eligible for a Husker scholarship. Go to the UNL website to apply for all UNL scholarships.
Acacia Fraternity, UNL, is offering a scholarship to incoming male students. Deadline to apply to January 31, 2018
Cosgrove Music Club is offering a scholarship to a graduating senior who plans to major in music. The scholarship is worth $500 and the deadline to apply is March 15, 2018. Applications can be found in the counselors's office or contact Twila Wise
Wayne State College offers scholarships to incoming freshman who are majoring in art and design. Application deadline is November 15. Application can be found wwe.wsc.edu/art-design
Southern Adopts the Standard Response Protocol (SRP)
Southern Public Schools has adopted the Standard Response Protocol (SRP) for the 2017-2018 school year. The Standard Response Protocol is a standardized safety plan that schools across the state of Nebraska will implement this coming school year. The Standard Response Protocol creates a common vocabulary that all stakeholders can easily understand both the response and the status of any safety concern that may occur during a given school year.