January 25, 2022

  • Lunch for today is: Loaded Hash Browns w/Dinner Roll, Popcorn Chicken Bites w/roll, or Asian Salad w/Roasted Flatbread.
  • Juniors are reminded to pay your $15 dues to Jaycie Cox or Mrs. Buechle.
  • An updated fines list is posted in the office window.  Everyone needs to check to be sure you have all of your obligations taken care of.  Reminder that no prom invites will be given until all fines and dues are paid.
  • Any sophomores or juniors that are interested in taking the CNA class through MPCC next fall, please see Mr. Cronin or Mrs. Manning.
  • Students - mark your calendars for February 3 at 6:30 p.m.  The BIONIC team is hosting a pizza and dessert night as part of their membership drive!  ALL students are welcome to join!  BIONIC team members - please bring your underclassmen friends who you think would be interested in joining the team!  We will also be creating Valentines for Veterans that night.
  • Any current junior boy interested in The American Legion Cornhusker Boys State this Summer, please go to the office and pick up information.
  • Any current junior girls interested in American Legion Auxiliary Girls state this summer, please go to the office and pick up information.
  • Boys basketball will be playing Broken Bow at Gothenburg Thursday at 5:30 pm in the south gym. Girls basketball will play Cozad at 7 pm Thursday at Gothenburg in the north gym.  Teams will dismiss at 1:15 pm and depart at 1:30 pm. Both boys and girls will not be playing in North Platte on Friday/Saturday.
  • FFA Greenhand ceremony will be at 7 pm tonight in the Auditorium and Commons.
  • FBLA Best of the West Business competition will be at Chadron Wednesday.  Bus will load at 6:45 am and depart at 7 am.
  • FFA State Degree Interviews and Proficiency Judging will be at North Platte Wednesday.  Departure will be at 8 am.
  • Seniors, please fill out the google form sent to you for Senior Prophecies as soon as possible.
  • Student Council will be having a meeting on Monday 1/31 at 2:45, please try to attend before your practices! 
  • Congratulations to this week’s Badger of the Week, Lindsey Boes.  Coach Galvin says Lindsey is a strong leader within the Speech program.  She not only leads by example, but she builds up and encourages her teammates.  Lindsey went above and beyond to help us out when we hosted our home meet- arriving earlier than expected so she could help, as well as be a leader to her fellow Speech teammates- all while perfecting her performance and fine-tuning her second event.  We are excited to see what Lindsey will do this season.  She will be greatly missed next year!
  • Congratulations to this week’s Badger Scholar of the Week, Kaylee Hanson.  Mrs. Cardinal says Kaylee is pumped right now in Personal Finance.  We are playing the stock market game until April and Kaylee is all over this.  She is researching companies, trading after hours, and tracking everything in a Google Sheets (using her skills from Info Tech).  I LOVE this.  It is so exciting to see a student really run with the information that they are learning and take it to a whole new level - actually go beyond expectations.  This is where learning truly happens.  Keep it up Kaylee, trade on my friend!