Monday

Monday, December 9, 2019

Counseling

  • Attention Seniors – This is a reminder that the Counseling Office will be closed over winter break.  If you are planning to apply to colleges and/or scholarships with a January 1, 2020 deadline, please note that the Counseling Office will be closed, and transcripts will not be sent over the winter break.
  •  For college and scholarship deadlines that are during the winter break:

 

1.   The blue transcript request form must be turned in to the Counseling Office no later than Monday, December 16, 2019.  

 

2.    If your application requires a recommendation from your teacher or counselor, you must request the recommendation no later than Monday, December 9, 2019.  

 

  • Check your deadlines now!  If you have any questions, please stop by the Counseling Office and ask.  We are happy to help! 
  • Attention all Sophomores and Juniors: Would you like to take classes off campus next year? Are you more of a hands on learner? There will be an information meeting about 916 programs this Wednesday at 1:15 in the Counseling Office. Programs vary from Medical and Dental Careers to Business, Law Enforcement, and Education to Auto Dismantling and Auto and Diesel Technology to Cosmetology. Please stop in the counseling office today to sign up for the information session. This is an exciting opportunity!

All School Information

  • NHS is sponsoring a 10 Days of Giving event to help those in need. It will run from Monday December 2nd through Tuesday December 10th. During all lunches they will have a table accepting donations such as shampoo, bar soap, kleenex, deodorant, toothbrushes, and other basic toiletries. Donations will help stock local food shelves this winter.

  • Karaoke for a Cause! Sponsored by Student Council
  •  When:  December 11th  from 6:30pm to 8:30pm in the cafeteria overflow lounge.
  • Price is $4 at the door or bring winter gear that will be donated to Joseph’s Coat Charity; ticket sales will also go to Joseph’s Coat.  Refreshments will also be available.  
  •  Please consider joining in on the fun and help us launch this fun night for a great and local charity! 

Athletic/Activity Information

Club Information

  • Grab your snowboards or skis and get ready for outdoor fun at Afton Alps!  All students, from grades 9 - 12, are welcome to join the Downhill Ski and Snowboard Club.  Whether you are an advanced, intermediate or beginner, the Downhill Ski and Snowboard Club is for you!   Come join us for five evening trips scheduled on Mondays in January and February. Students may rent equipment at Afton Alps.  Space is limited so sign up today! Registration can be done on the Community Ed. web site.
  •  Black Student Union is starting to plan out annual African American Night. If you would like to be apart of it, or maybe represent your country, model for your country (you don’t need to be from the county to model or represent it) please reach out to me 651-755-6023 with your email.
  • Have you ever written a poem that was complete and utter trash? Have you ever made a haiku or limerick that was terrible and upsetting? Do your rap lines need some editing so you can finally “spit bars?” Shiddee Poetry Club is just the place to share and expose all of your worst rhymes! Held in Mr. Nunn’s room on Mondays! Poetry- that’s the tea. Hungry making poems- gotta buy some groceries.
  • Turning Point USA will have its second meeting of the year tomorrow morning at 7:45 in Mr. Waugh’s room (107)…. Come on down to discuss current events and have fun!

Results/Highlights
  • Congratulations  to the Science Olympiad team for a job well done at the Boyceville, Wisconsin, Science Olympiad Invitational Tournament on Saturday! The team placed 9thcompeting against 59 other high school teams from Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Also, 14 students earned between 1 to 5 individual metals. You make us proud!
Team Information

Events Calendar

Lunch