Monday, February 24, 2020,
Happy Birthday today:
Activity Period: Tuesday- Bass Fishing & Baseball; Wednesday-FCA & FFA Committee
A representative from the Parkland Pathway program will be here Wednesday, February 26th during 5th hour. They have requested that this be a senior only event. Sign up in the Guidance Office if you are interested.
The Girls Track and Field program had a strong showing at the Armory on Friday night. Finishing in the top 3 were Harper Hancock 2nd in the 800, Aliyah McDaniel and Aly Bagwell were 1st and 3rd in the Shot Put. Anna Anderson was 1st in Pole Vault, Kayla Nelson and Maci Kraft were 2nd and 3rd in the Long Jump, and Arianna Pruitt-LeFaivre, Brooke Garretson, and Suzie Migut were 1, 2, and 3 in the Triple Jump. The Rockets will be back at the Armory on Thursday March 5th and Saturday March 7th.
GSA will be meeting Wednesday after school in room 5.
Bass Fishing will have an informational meeting on Tuesday morning at 8 in the High
Happy FFA Week! We love seeing all of you 'Mericans! Don't forget to celebrate by dressing up for Tractor war Tuesday, Western Wednesday, Gone Huntin' Thursday, and Farmer Friday.Be sure to look for deer in the hallways on Wednesday. There will be 4 deer hidden throughout the school. If you find one, bring it to the ag shop and claim your prize. On Friday, there will be 4 ducks hidden in the school. If you find one, bring it to the ag shop and claim your prize.The Chicken Wing lunch will be held tomorrow during the lunch hour in the ag shop. Lunches are $5 and are open to all students and the public.The pork chop lunch will be Thursday in the ag shop. The cost is $5 and open to the public.
Anyone planning on playing Baseball this spring there is a Mandatory meeting at 7:45 on Tuesday morning in the Health room.
Students and staff: The Rocket Locker will be open to all students starting in March. The Rocket Locker is a place for any student to grab anything that they need in order to be the best learner they can be. The locker will be located in the library. Students can stop by anytime to get things like: snacks, clothing, or hygiene items. This will be a no-questions-asked system, so any student who finds themselves in need of food, clothing or supplies may take what they need when they need it.
In order to stock the locker, Officer Franzen and the students in the Life Skills program will be holding a food drive from February 21st - February 28th. If you are able, please consider donating non-perishable foods, new or gently used clothing, and new hygiene supplies to the Rocket Locker. Any student that brings in a donation will be entered into a raffle and will be entered to win a gift card to Starbucks, Smoothie King or Dairy Queen!