All Solo & Ensemble performers should report to the band room during break today.
Seniors have a scholarship update meeting during break in Mr. Albrecht’s room today.
All students: do not leave anything of value in your lockers this weekend. The halls will be monitored during Solo & Ensemble, but there will be many visitors here tomorrow and we don’t want anything lost. Thanks!
On Sunday there will be an open gym for softball in the elementary gym from 6:00 to 7:30.
The last day for yearbook sales is next Monday. If you have a check for payment, please see Mr. Cassidy.
Seniors: PDAs for the yearbook need to be handed in to Aimee or Mr. Cassidy by next Wednesday, Feb. 19th if you would like it in the yearbook.
Any high school students interested in track this spring should sign up in the office. There is also a schedule to pick up from your coach.
Next week is FFA Week. Dress up days will be Monday – plaid day; Tuesday – favorite tractor/truck day; Wednesday – farmer/farm animal day; Thursday – camouflage/ blaze orange day; and Friday – blue and gold day. You can buy root beer floats for a dollar at break, and there will be a dodge ball tournament at lunch. See a bracket in the hallway, or talk to Mrs. Meyers to find out when your class plays. There will also be daily trivia, and 5 emblems that can be found for prizes.
Southwest Tech is offering an Outdoor Skills Day on Saturday, February 22 from 10:00 to 3:00. It is free to all ages. Some hands on stations include: Lasershot BB range, Traps & Furs Taxidermy, Hunting Dogs and much more. Visit SWTC.edu for more information.
Attention Juniors: The next ACT date is April 12th. Make sure that you are signing up ahead of time. See Mrs. Davis for the reimbursement form from the Booster Club.
UW Platteville is offering two opportunities for girls in grades 7-10 to attend Engineering, Math, and Science camps in March. One of the camps is overnight for the weekend. See Mrs. Davis for details.
Please wish Mrs. Burger a very Happy Birthday today!
Thought of the day: If you would be loved, love and be lovable. (Benjamin Franklin)