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High School Daily Announcements
Lila O'Keefe
Wednesday, April 03, 2019

ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 3, 2019

  • Lunch for today will be Turkey & Gravy w/Dinner Roll, Baked Breaded Steak Fingers w/Dinner Roll, or Chef Salad w/Flatbread, Mashed Potatoes w/Country Gravy,  Fruit & Veggie Bar & Milk.
  • Prom invites were distributed to the Juniors & Seniors that did not have a fine so if you did not receive your invite, see the office. 
  • Reminder that if you do intend on going to prom the deadline for all the forms to be signed and turned in to Mrs. Adams is this Friday, April 5th.
  • Order forms for T Shirts for the three time state champion Badger wrestling team are in the office for anyone interested.  Orders must be placed with the Outback by May 1st.
  • Reminder to Juniors and Seniors to turn in your $10 fee for post prom in the office.  Tons of prizes this year!  No one will go home empty handed. 
  • Attention sophomores:  If you are interested in attending the Nebraska HOBY Leadership seminar May 31-June 2, please talk to Mrs. Kilmer as soon as possible for registration purposes.  You can also find more information at www.hobynebraska.org.
  • FFA State Convention in Lincoln is today through Friday.
  • Boys basketball will meet today after school in Mr. Loofe’s room.
  • Departure for the Mullen Art show will be at 7:30 am Thursday.
  • Track will be at Winner this Saturday at 10:00 am. Departure at 7:30 am.
  • Happy Birthday to the following this week:  Logan Cate, Michaela Cornelius, Grace Woodraska, & Matt Gibson.
  • Congratulations to the Badger Athlete of the Week, Fletcher Larsen.  Mr. Beebout says Fletcher started off this track season by setting personal records in both the shot put and discus.  That is very impressive considering the opponent Mother Nature has been playing during the beginning of the season.  Fletcher is also extremely helpful to his teammates, always looking to help out any of them in need of assistance.  
  • Congratulations to the Badger Scholar of the Week, Mercy Maunu.  Mr. Fulton says Mercy is always willing to help in any way possible, always ready to go past that extra mile. She is pleasant, kind and truly cares about others in the building. Mercy even takes the time to write other students uplifting notes who have been going through tough times.