Friday, May 20, 2016

posted May 20, 2016, 7:29 AM by Unknown user

FFA Ag Business team:  please stop by the Ag Room during the first 2 minutes of lunch today for a quick picture. 

 

There will be a HS volleyball meeting today during lunch. 

 

This afternoon, 51st State Assembly Rep Todd Novak will be speaking to all MS – HS students in the cafetorium about Wisconsin Government and tobacco related issues.  He will be taking questions from teachers and students.   The assembly will be from 1:45 to 2:25. 

 

Boys basketball players in grades 8 – 11:  you have a meeting next Monday, May 23 during homeroom in Mr. Bob’s room regarding summer league basketball. 

 

FFA members:  please sign up and help out with making coffee cakes next Thursday after school.  Also your help is needed on Tuesday, May 31st for highway clean-up. 

 

Seniors:  all bills need to be paid before graduation, including your AP exam fee of $91.00. 

 

Reminder to all Seniors who received scholarships, it is very important to write a thank you back to the person or organization giving the scholarship. 

 

The Green County YMCA is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard class in June.  There are a couple posters near the locker rooms with information. 

 

 Argyle School District is seeking student workers for seasonal (LTE) employment for the summer of 2016 (June – August).  The duties may include but not be limited to:  moving and/or lifting furniture, sanitizing classrooms, desks, floors and/or other duties as assigned.  Hours will be determined on a weekly basis.  If interested in this position, please fill out a District application (see the website) and submit a letter of interest to Mr. Updike by Friday, May 27th. 

 

Anyone who has borrowed a chrome book from Mr. Sturnik’s room, please return it ASAP. 

 

Please get all library books returned ASAP.  Check the lists in the library for more information. 

 

 

 

Thought of the Day:     No matter where you go in life or how old you get; there’s always something new to learn about.  (Wazim Shaw)       

 

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