Announcements May 14 – 18

The last meeting for the year for club hOpe is THIS Tuesday at 730am in Mrs Rodriguez room. This is the Senior Breakfast celebration – so please make sure to come! Anyone planning on joining club hOpe next year – please come on Tuesday so you can get signed up for the events this summer we will be doing!

 

2018-2019 BPA Officers: President-Chloe Swanson, Vice President-Jack Thines, Secretary-Audrieanna Schmidt, Treasurer-Isaiah Walsh, Chaplain-Mason Springer, Historians-Tori Baker, Chloe McKee with more leadership opportunities to come.

 

HOSA members:  Please return your dry cleaned blue suits by Friday.  You will be charged $100 if you do not return the suit!

 

CAGE: Krum and Althoff need students to help sort the costume racks on MONDAY, May 14th after school. There is a lot of costumes to go through, and the more people we have, the faster it will go. Let Mrs. Krum or Miss Althoff if you can help!!

 

Tonight is the Band and Vocal Spring Awards Concert at 7:30PM, Ohnward Fine Arts Center.  Band and Vocal Students need to be at Ohnward at 7PM Dressed in concert attire. Seniors will turn in concert attire after the concert.

 

We are excited to announce that the Iowa Department of Education has included Conditions for Learning as part of the plan under the new federal education law, Every Student Succeeds Act.  All Iowa public school districts will use the Conditions for Learning Survey (Survey) to improve safety, student engagement and the overall learning environment so that all Iowa students have optimum conditions for learning. Maquoketa has joined the state in this important work!

Between April 11 and May 30, 2018, 5th – 12th graders will be invited to complete a brief Conditions for Learning Survey online.  Participation in the Survey is nameless and strictly voluntary, and no student is required to fill out the survey.  The Survey will take about 15-20 minutes to complete.

The purpose of the Survey is to obtain information about how students feel about the culture and climate of their school and teachers, as well as the safety of their school.  The information collected will help the state, our schools, and local community improve the school.  It is important to ask students to tell us what is good and working about their experience in school, and what needs to be improved, in their eyes.  You may review Survey questions located in the office.

Here is a link to the copy of the letter being sent to parents/guardians.

 

FFA Meeting Friday morning, May 18 at 7:30. Get livestock ID’s turned into Mr. Lansing ASAP