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Friday, February 14, 2020
Happy Valentine’s Day
JH Lunch rotation is B: 8th graders eat first, 9h in the cafeteria, 7th graders in the gym.
Happy Birthday to Mr. Yang!
Panther Fans: Friday night is a RED OUT for Heart Health at the Boys Basketball Game vs. RTR. Please wear red to show support and awareness for heart health.
Congratulations to Makala Lemburg for being the KSFY Touchstone Energy Scholar of the Week. KSFY will have a TV film person in our building this morning at 10 am. Please show your Panther Pride as this will be aired this coming Monday evening, Feb. 17 on KSFY.
No school on Monday, Feb. 17 due to President’s Day.
Midterm for quarter 3 is next Wednesday, February 19. Ineligiblity will begin Monday, February 24. Please think ahead and turn all of your overdue homework in and complete makeup quizzes and tests before the 19th so your teachers have time to grade them and get them in the grade book. If you are not passing or earn an incomplete, you will not compete until you arepassing or the incomplete is made up. All students on the restricted list will not leave for noon hour for the week of February 24-28.
It's almost Valentines Day and the Peer Helpers would like to help celebrate by having a compliment box available. There will be compliment forms in the guidance office for you to write a compliment to friend. Turn them back in to the valentines box (in the guidance office) and they will be delivered 8th hour on Friday. If you have questions please see Mrs. Gasca.
NHS members - Don't forget to bring your pie tonight for the Sweetie Pie Auction and sign up to work on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Larsen's Room
Please sign up for the snow dance, which takes place on Friday, Feb. 21. The cost for the evening is $20 for FFA member or $25 for non-FFA members. The event will be held at Bittons in Garvin.
Pins for sale! Get your colorful and positive pins for just 50¢ from the GSA club. Pins can be purchased in the Art Room or from individual club members. 25% of all funds raised will be donated to the Reach youth homeless shelter.
Starting today through March 3, vote for our Environmental Science’s “Mussel Movie 2020” on YouTube. Go to You Tube, search for “Mussel Movie 2020” and click the link in the description, and follow the steps to vote for our school. This is for a chance to win a trip to the MN Zoo. You can vote once a day on EACH device you have.
The After School Program will be available Mondays through Thursdays, w/Mrs. Ziemke or Mrs. Sundahl in the SWaS room, from 3:05-4:30 pm. Bussing is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays to in-town drops, Garvin, and Balaton. Currie is available only on Tuesdays. You will need your own ride home at 4:30 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Detention will be offered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, from 3:00-4:30 pm in Room 150. Once you leave detention, you must leave the school building.
Monday, March 18, 2019
Jr. High Lunch Rotation: B (8th graders eat first; 9th – cafeteria; 7th-gym)
Homework Help Room today: 8th Bring lunch tray & homework with you.
Good luck to our concert band and choir today at large group music contest at Cottonwood. Please come support our musicians as they compete—the band at 5:00 and choir at 7:15 pm at Lakeview High School.
Baseball players needing a ride to the VMC and Balaton need to ride the Activity Bus. The Activity Bus will depart the high school at 3:20pm and then stop at Elementary around 3:22pm. It will then go to the VMC and then on to Balaton.
Please remember to turn in your $80.00 payment and permission form to attend the state conference to Mrs. Campbell by March 22.
The City of Tracy is hiring Lifeguards (must be 15 on training date), WSI (swim lesson teachers-must be 16 on training date), Front desk, and Management positions. Applications are online on the City of Tracy Website, or will be available Friday in the HS Office.
Attention students- Cole Schreier came up with an idea to raise money for Emilie Hissam and her family. Cole decided he needs a haircut and he is going to let one of you lucky students or faculty cut it. It will be $1/entry. You can enter your name and pay at Angela's desk. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, March 20. Who's going to be Cole's new barber?
THERE WILL BE SCHOOL ON MONDAY, APRIL 22. Starting this Friday through Friday, May 3—it will be on a regular schedule with ALL grades starting class at 8:02 (no ramp up, no PLCs, etc.). Interruptions to a regular class period will be kept to the best minimum that we can do. This is to capitalize on our instructional time that we are here in school.
Detention is available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in Room 150 from 3:00-4:30 pm. Mrs. Apperson is the supervisor. If you are going to serve tonight, show up by 3:10pm. If no students show by then, the room will be closed.
The After School Program is open to all students Mondays-Thursdays. Bussing is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:30 pm at Door #1. The bus has drop-offs in town, Balaton, Garvin. Drop-offs in Currie are on Tuesdays only. Once you leave the after school program, you must exit the building.
Please come to the office to accept your Panther Pride award: Bao Vue, Stephen Rolling