This is W Day.
Don't forget to bring your $3.00 for the 8th grade dance tomorrow from 2:50 - 4:15. There will be free food, drinks and cool give aways for all who attend. The theme is glow in the dark so wear white or neon to really stand out. See you Thursday.
8th grade girls volleyball players - please turn in your uniform to Coach Otte or Coach Vigil. Admission to Pizza Party is $1 and uniform must be turned in. The Volleyball Pizza Party is on Friday, May 8th during 8th grade lunch.
All library books are due next Monday, May 11. Please return all your library books by Monday to avoid late book fines!
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week!! Please take a moment out of your day to say thank you to your awesome teachers for helping you be successful this year.
Wednesday: Student Council and PTO purchased lunch for the staff today - ask them about how yummy it was.
Thursday: 6th grade student council has made a poster that students can sign and provided a healthy afternoon snack for all staff in the lounge. An apple a day - makes your teacher feel loved!!
Friday: Thank you to all students that helped us to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week. If you haven't had a chance to say thank you - make sure and do it today. A kind word goes a long way!! Let's end this year on a strong positive note. Enjoy our weekend.
Hey 6th graders - 86 students will not be receiving a yearbook during the last week of school...BUMMER
Hey 7th grader - 79 students will not be receiving a yearbook during the last week of school...BUMMER
Hey 8th graders - 42 students will not be receiving a yearbook during the last week of school...BUMMER
BUT WAIT! THERE IS STILL TIME TO ACT. Check out Infinite Campus or ask our bookkeeper, Mrs. Kelley to see if you have purchased one. IF NOT...pay $25 on IC or bring cash or a check to Mrs. Kelley to reserve your copy.
Student Council: We will be having a meeting at 7 AM tomorrow. 7th graders please turn in your officer applications. We will be having our end of year party. Please remember to bring food and drinks.
Words of Wisdom
Quote: "When I was little, I was a handful, always getting into things. I was warned: If I continued, I would be solely responsible for the consequences. This is how I learned the difference between right and wrong. Right is comfort, wrong is pain." –Grandmother Twylah Nitsch