Announcements March 29th – April 2nd

We will be taking a practice test for ISASP during GST on Wednesday, March 31. This will be a great opportunity to explore the online testing platform in preparation for the upcoming assessments in mid April. 

 

GOLFERS:  THURSDAY WE WILL MEET IN THE WEST GYM AT 3:30  TO PICK UP BAGS AND JACKETS.  NO CLUBS NEEDED.

 

There will be split practice sessions this week for golf.  Check your school email for your assigned times.

 

2021-2022 student senate officer applications and petitions are available in the office or in Mrs. Raker’s classroom (room 113) beginning on Tuesday, March 30. In order to be eligible to run for an officer position, you are required to have been in student senate for at least one year. Completed applications and petitions are due to Mrs. Raker by 3:30 PM on Thursday, April 8.

 

SENIORS! There will be a senior ‘zoom’ meeting during GST on Wednesday, April 7. PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND, as we will discuss important information regarding graduation, Prom, etc. WATCH YOUR EMAIL for the zoom link as it gets closer!

 

PROM ticket sales start on April 7th during lunch…$30 each…out of town guests need forms….questions, see Ms Wiggins

 

BLOOD DRIVE-MUST BE 16 TO DONATE!!!

HOSA will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, April 7th from 10AM – 1PM in the West Gym.  Sign up during lunch on Thursday, April 1st or Tuesday, April 6th or stop in the nurse’s office. Please bring photo ID and make sure to drink plenty of healthy fluids 24 hours before donation and eat a balanced meal within four hours of your donation. 16 year old donors must have a signed parental consent form.

All presenting donors will receive a voucher to redeem a $5 electronic gift card OR a pair of socks.

Seniors: your pictures need to be turned in to Mrs. Edwards by Thursday. If you are having issues with meeting this deadline, please come see me. 

 

 

Attention nature enthusiasts!!

There is an opportunity for students who are interested in learning more about prairie ecology, helping conduct plant surveys, and possibly some woody/invasive plant removal. The participating students will need to participate in 4, four hour work days with Tony Vorwald from Jackson County Conservation out on our county managed remnant prairies. The students will receive a small stipend for their effort, $8 an hour. They will also receive a tallgrass prairie ID guidebook.  

Tony is looking for about 6 students who might be interested in this project. He is  flexible on when the work days are conducted but they need to be completed by the end of August. 

You can also talk to Mr. Becker, Mrs. Gaul, or Mrs. Quinlan if you are interested.