Tuesday, April 21, 2015

posted Apr 21, 2015, 7:12 AM by Unknown user

 

Congratulations to the baseball team on their big win over Black Hawk last night!

 

Good Luck to the softball team as they play Juda tonight and to the baseball team as they play Albany! Good Luck to the track members as they travel to River Ridge tonight! Track members should be dismissed 1:35

 

2014-2015 and 2015-2016 FFA officers you will have an officer team meeting Wednesday at 7:30 AM. You will be planning for Food for America.

 

All week NHS members will be selling lottery tickets for $1. Buyers should take their tickets to the office and deposit them in the lottery box on the table. Winner will be chosen on Friday. The prize is a giant candy bar. There will be a coloring contest going on all week. See any NHS members for details.

 

Friday is Light It Up Blue Day (wear blue) and there will be a bake sale during SCT. All proceeds will be donated to the A.N.G.E.L Autism Network.

 

The 2015 Post Prom will be held from 12:00 to 3 AM at Argyle High School. Activities include: Mega Thrill Triple Lane, Cash Cube, dodgeball, nerf gun war, delicious food, photo booth, and great prizes! Students will be allowed to go home and change and return at the school by 12:30 AM. If you plan to attend, you must return the permission slip to the office by Monday, April 27th.

 

All middle school softball and baseball summer league forms are due to Mrs. Treuthardt by Wednesday, April 22nd.

 

Attention all middle and high school students: Summer school sign-up sheets are now available in the office. Pick one up and consider attending one or more of the classes. Please fill out, sign and return to the office by May 8th.

 

If you are interested in attending a week long Business World summer program at Edgewood College, please see Mr. Cassidy for details.

 

Please wish a very Happy Birthday to Marcus today!

 

 Autism Fact of the Day: Autism is four to five times more common in boys than girls. An estimated 1 out of 42 boys and 1 in 189 girls are diagnosed with autism in the U.S.

 

 

 

 

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