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Friday, May 5, 2017

posted May 5, 2017, 7:14 AM by Amanda Hawker

Friday, May 5, 2017


Monday’s lunch is:


Shrimp poppers, mac & cheese, California blend mixed veggies, carrot sticks w/light ranch, apple or strawberries, and milk.




Tomorrow there will be a high of 65 and low of 35 with the forecast showing it will be sunny.




High School Football Cheerleading: sign up sheet for any 8th grade student interested in High School Football Cheerleading is in the office. There will be an informal meeting on Tuesday, May 9th at 7:30am here at the Middle School.


Earth Day Photo Contest:

Mrs. Neil will be taking Photos for the Earth Day Photo Contest. A total of 5 entries can be submitted by each student and taken with a digital camera within the last year. Students must take their own pictures. No photos from outside sources. Photos can be any combination of the following categories: Wildlife, landscape, plant life, humor in nature, people in nature, or underwater life. Email entries to Mrs. Neil by Friday May 5th.


End of Year Library Information:

Thursday, May 18th              Reports with check out list for each homeroom teacher

ALL FINES DUE…will be sending notices and will be serving lunch detention/RR the last week if not cleared up

Friday, May 19th                    Library Closed Mrs. Hawker is gone

Monday, May 22nd                 Last day to check out from the library

Tuesday, May 23rd                Report with check out list yet to be returned to each teacher

Wednesday, May 24th           ALL MATERIALS RETURNED TO LIBRARY

STUDENTS…Any items not returned or fines left unpaid will be billed to your account through the Central Office.  If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hawker.




7th & 8th Grade Boys Track here starting at 4:15.


7th & 8th Grade Girls Track at Beckman starting at 4:15


Health Fact:


When ordering a salad in a restaurant, ask for the dressing to be on the side so you can choose how much to use.


Fun Fact:


A hard working adult sweats up to 4 gallons per day. Most of the sweat evaporates before a person realizes it’s there!


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