Morning Announcements, September 29, 2017

Morning Announcements

Friday, September 29, 2017

 

Students: The Main Office and Student Services will no longer be collecting food service money from students. Students, you must bring your cash/checks to the kitchen directly.

 

As a Homecoming special, the Commons will be offering 12” pizzas for $5.00 and football brownies for $5.00 today and tomorrow. Stop in at the Commons and order your items today!

 

Reminder to all FBLA members: Make sure you continue selling you’re Football Mania tickets. Selling 5 tickets is one of the easiest membership requirements and you can make $5 for own FBLA purposes by selling just one card.

 

Students and Staff- It’s Blood drive time again! Our first drive is October 3. All students over 16 are encouraged to share your blood and help save lives! Sign up in the main office for your appointment time. There will be  prizes for donors and a competition between the grades for the grade with the most donors!

 

Students: Do you like playing Jeapordy or Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Then you might enjoy our academic quiz team, “Hi-Q”. If you are interested in joining Hi-Q, there will be a sign up sheet outside Mrs.Dallmann’s room 123. Please sign up and attend an informational meeting next week Wednesday, Oct.4 during lunch. Please consider joining your high school academic quiz team!

 

Homecoming tickets are now on sale by Student Services. Tickets are $10.00/each. Tickets will be on sale before school and at lunch.

 

It’s that time of year again for the FBLA Ice Cream social in Mrs Tate’s room. It will be held outside of Mrs. Tate’s window second block on homecoming Friday. Ice Cream is free for FBLA members and $3 for non member. ”

 

Juniors & Seniors:  The following College Representatives will be in Student Services:

Monday, Oct. 2: Northern Michigan-6th hour

Tuesday, Oct. 3-UW Marinette-3rd hour

Friday, Oct. 6-St. Norbert College-3rd hour, Ripon College-8th hour

 

If interested please sign up in Student Services. This is a great way to see what the colleges and universities have to offer.