Daily Bulletin - Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Tuesday's Lunch Menu: Breaded Pork, Potatoes Au Grain, Strawberry Shortcake, Butter Sandwich & Milk.
Monday's Lunch Menu: Polish Dog on Bun, Scalloped Potatoes, Orange Slices, Chocolate Chip Cookie & Milk.
Monday's Breakfast Menu: French Toast Stick, Sausage Patty, Juice & Milk.
National Honor Society Members! Please remember to attend the Treasure Hunt Friday if you signed up to help! Those of you working at 4:00 need to report to the Community Center to distribute numbers to businesses. Those of you serving cocoa need to report at 5:00 to 223. S. 7th - across from the Welsh Center. See you then!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAY TO: TYLER JOHNSON & MELISSA HAYES!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY FRIDAY TO: GWEN MENDENHALL!!!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUNDAY TO: KYLA MORRIS!!!
Students, if you have been in quarantine/isolation due to a positive test or because you have been exposed due to contact, you must still wear your mask. Many of you have had to miss activities and we don't want that to continue. Masks are a requirement, not a suggestion.
Attending activities- It doesn't matter if you are attending a varsity contest, JV contest or a JH contest, both home and away, if you are not social distancing, you must wear a mask or you may be asked to leave and not be able to attend activities.
The following students need to turn in their STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET (yellow)- These were in the packets given to students on first day. If you need another one, please see Karen in the office. Students are NOT allowed to leave IAP if paper isn't turned in. Juniors-Donald Gurganious. Freshmen-Tony Pruneda. 8th grade-Samantha Kelsay. 7th graders-Amealia Hopkins.
The following students need to turn in their Parent/Student Handbook Page- These were in the packets given to students on first day (oldest family member-only 1 per family needed). A copy was also in the Back to School letter. If you need another one, please see Karen in the office. Students are NOT allowed to leave IAP if paper isn't turned in. Freshmen-Ryleigh McColery. 8th Grade-Samantha Kelsay. 7th Grade-Ryan Boosinger, Taylor Watts.
Laptops- From now on, students who have not paid the tech fee will need to leave their computers in their IAP rooms before they check out or leave at the end of the day. Each IAP will have a couple of students return the computers to the carts. You cannot remove school equipment from the building without permission and if you have not paid the tech fee, you do not have permission to take a school computer home.
Wednesday, November 25 -Friday, November 27-NO SCHOOL-Thanksgiving Break
JH -IAP starting today- 7th & 8th grade students whose grades are all C- or higher, may go to the gym during IAP. You must check in with your IAP to see if you qualify.
The HS Jamboree Basketball Game Scheduled for Tuesday, November 24 at Superior has been cancelled due to several health issues.
Student-Athletes receiving All-District football honors included: 1st Team: Brock Adams, Doug Rainey, 2nd Team: Carson Borzekofski, Alex Retherford, Honorable Mention: Juan Basulto, Howard Bennett, Evan Saathoff, Chance Swearingen. Congratulations.
Congratulations to following student-athletes for their All-Conference football honors: 2nd Team Offense: Doug Rainey, 2nd Team Defense: Brock Adams, Howard Bennett, Alex Retherford, Honorable Mention: Carson Borzekofski
JH GBB- Monday at Milford Invite at 5:45pm.
JH Wrestling- Monday at Wilber-Clatonia Invite at 6:00pm.
SENIOR PHOTOS- Seniors - please get your baby picture, young family photo, and senior picture to Mrs. Weyer or Mrs. Ogg by December 11th (email or give them physical copies). These will be used in the yearbook and the senior slideshow. If they are not turned in by Dec. 11th, you are opting out of having your photos in the yearbook and slideshow. The senior photo must be vertical. If you do not have a senior portrait yet, Mrs. Ogg or Mrs. Weyer can take one for you. Please see either of them if you have any questions. Also, Karen in the office will need 2 PHYSICAL wallet size vertical headshots of your senior photo for the newspapers, same deadline.
Southern is hosting a food drive sponsored by Southern’s FFA Chapter - Through Tuesday, November 24th, each grade will compete for an ice cream sandwich party with a goal of 100 items per class! Drop off your food items where you pick up your computers in the morning and a tally of food items collected will be in the commons to track your classes progress! We thank you for your support and food items!
Junior Class meeting Tuesday, Dec 1st during IAP in auditorium.
Science Club- The Science Club will meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month during IAP in room 303. The next meeting will be December 2nd. Students with failing grades who would like to be in Science Club will be asked to stay in their IAPs and may attend meetings once their grades are passing.
Digital Media fundraiser- Digital Media is selling cardboard cutouts for basketball games to purchase more equipment (New Camera) We have different sizes. Large-$20, Small $10, or Raider Logo for $10. Digital Media students will place the Large Cutouts in the stands for the home basketball games. They will set them up and take them down for you. The small cutouts will be handed to you at the basketball game. You will be in charge of taking those with you. Please fill out a new form for each picture. This will help with organizing the orders. The form can be found here: https://trst.in/O7nLpR Please email a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org. The picture should be taken at least 3 feet apart from the shoulders up. If you need help with this, please indicate below and one of the digital media kids will help you. Any questions please email email@example.com or call at 402-645-3326.
The Junior Class Post Prom, will be serving the Treasure Hunt Meal on Friday, November 27th at the Wymore Community Center. All available juniors are asked to be at the Community Center between 4:15pm and 4:45pm (or whenever you can). We should be done around 8:00pm. BRING A MASK!
2021 Yearbooks - If you place an order for a 2021 yearbook by January 29th, you will pay a discounted price of $35. After that, the price of the yearbook will go up to $45. Seniors - If you place your yearbook order by Jan. 29th, you will get your senior ad (message next to baby pic) in the yearbook for FREE (a $10 value). NOTE: The 2021 yearbook will now include the elementary school as well. Ask Mrs. Ogg if you have any questions about this. You may purchase your yearbook by sending the money with your child to the HS or elementary office where they will be given a receipt, OR you may mail a check to the elementary or high school office (write "for 2021 yearbook" in the memo line), and a receipt will be mailed back to you.
Hope Wymore Donations - Gift donations are being collected to be sent to Hope Wymore. Some simple gift ideas would be some things from the Dollar Store, such as games, easy activities, cards, brushes, hair ties, nail polish, socks, hats, scarves, coloring books, colors, markers, perfume/axe, shaving cream, razors, or hair gel, etc. You could also donate throw blankets. These gifts will be organized and taken to Hope Wymore on Dec. 11th. The employees at Hope Wymore will put them in gift bags and decide who gets which gift, so you do not need to wrap them. You could donate gift bags as well. Please bring donations to Mrs. Ogg's classroom by Dec. 11th. Thank you!
Seniors!! It is time to complete your FAFSA! Every senior who completes their FAFSA will win a gift card to a local business! Call RJ Vega at EducationQuest (402 475-5222) to schedule your appointment today! Let Dr.Bond know when you've completed it to receive your gift card!! Ready, set, GO!
Seniors! Virtual College Fair site is open until Dec. 1 Please remember that the EducationQuest college fair site will remain open until December 1 so that you can visit college booths and watch recorded sessions. Students who visit at least 3 college booths between now and December 1 will be automatically entered into a drawing for a $500 scholarship.