March 11, 2020
1. Lunch for today is: Macaroni & Cheese w/Dinner Roll, Pork Fritter Sandwich, Beefy Lasagna w/Garlic Breadstick, or Taco Salad w/Tortilla Chips, Peas, Fruit & Veggie Bar & Milk.
2. An updated fines list is posted in the office window so check it frequently to make sure you have taken care of your obligations. Anyone with a fine or dues listed will not receive a prom invitation. Underclassmen will also not be able to attend as a date if they owe any fines or dues.
3. There will be a mandatory parent/student meeting on Thursday, March 19th, at 6 pm in the commons for ALL students who are attending state FBLA.
4. The Flag Corp will be having auditions on April 17th to fill 3 spots and 1 alternate. You are required to participate in Band to be a member. Practice schedules can be picked up in the office.
5. Cherry County Department of Roads is looking for summer help. Must be 18 to apply. Call 376-2420 for more information and ask for Terry.
6. The representative from UNL will be here today at 11:00 am. Sign up in the office if you want to see them.
7. John Baylor ACT test prep will be today from 8-10 am. Classes then run on the 10:00 schedule.
8. LOGOS will NOT be meeting today due to the spring break schedule.
9. There will be no school Thursday and Friday due to spring break. Classes resume on Monday at 8:00 am.
10. District Speech will be at North Platte next Monday at 9:00 am. Bus will load at 5:45 and depart at 6:00 am.
11. Congratulations to the following for being selected as Prom Servers: Renee Fisbeck, Tessa Krolikowski, MaKenzie Long, Becca McGinley, Nicole Williams, Ben Butcher, Matt Gibson, Cameron Jordan, Cody Miller, & Holden Mundorf.’
12. Prom servers will meet briefly after school in Mrs. Adams room today.
13. Congratulations to the Badger of the Week, Kaylee Vavra. Mrs. Galvin says Kaylee has done an exceptional job this Speech season. She is receptive to both coach and judge feedback. Kaylee has placed at every meet we’ve attended this season, rounding out the regular season with a 3rd place tie, this past weekend in a field of 57 competitors. Way to go, Kaylee!
14. Congratulations to the Badger Scholar of the Week, Aleah Jacobs. Mrs. Lueck says Aleah has not found Physics easy, but has pushed herself so hard this year. She has challenged herself in taking the course, and has stuck to it even when she feels like it is hopeless. Her hard work has paid off, and she has done really well in the class. She doesn't always enjoy when we do labs or when she has to go out of her comfort zone, but she jumps in each time and every time. I am so proud of all that you have done and the way you have stuck at it despite everything feeling like it was against you, keep it up!
15. There will be a speech meeting for all those attending Districts on Monday after school today in Mrs. Cardinal's room.