Monday, February 24:
Breakfast for Tomorrow:
Mini Pizza Bagels
Lunch for Tomorrow:
Mini Corn Dogs
-This week is National FFA Week. Today’s trivia question is:
What year was the first National FFA Convention? Please put your answers in the bucket at the central office.
There are hidden animals throughout the school this week. If you find one return it to Ms. Lammers to receive a prize. Reminder to all teachers & staff to have their breakfast RSVP’s in by the end of the day.
Tomorrow’s dress up day is Redneck/Hillbilly day.
-Attention juniors & seniors! There are 2 college reps coming this week, both on Thursday. The rep from Northeast Community College in Norfolk will be here at 10:00. It is highly encouraged that in addition to juniors interested in Northeast visit with this rep, but seniors also, even if they have already decided to go to Northeast. This is an opportunity to check base one more time to see if there is anything else that you need to know.
Our other rep visit on this day is at 2:00 and it is the Joseph's School of Cosmetology in Norfolk.
Please see Mr. Kneifl for a sign-out sheet if you wish to visit with either of these reps.
-The HNS speech team placed 3rd at Saturday's Crofton Invite. Medal winners were:
Entertainment--Sam Harms, 1st
Humorous Prose--Shaye Morten, 2nd, Carsen Hopping, 4th
Informative--Delayne Sudbeck, 6th
Persuasive--Brianna Hopping, 3rd
Poetry--Brianna Hopping, 2nd
Duet Acting--Abbe Morten and Kayden Jueden, 3rd, Isaac Bruning and Dylan Dendinger, 6th
OID--Dylan Dendinger, Sam Harms, Abbe Morten, and Shaye Morten, 1st, Isaac Bruning, Parker Hopping, Reece Morten, Teagan Scoggan, and Bennet Sievers, 3rd
The next meet for HNS is Saturday, March 7 at Norfolk. There is no meet this Saturday, February 29. Next Monday, March 2 is speech night.
-Attention students 14 or 15 years of age who works on a farm owned by someone other than their parents or guardians. There is information on the bulletin board by Mrs. Pedersen's room regarding a Tractor Safety Course. Please read this flier as you are required by law to have certification of this course. Again, this is for 14 or 15 year olds who work on a farm owned by someone other than your parents or guardians. See Mr. Kneifl for further information.
-Pierce Honor band is Saturday, April 4th. Auditions are due today. This is an event for grades 6-9. Please see Mrs. Hahne if you are interested.
-Youth Ages 11-18 interested in joining the Cedar County Sharp Shooters Shotgun Program are asked to stop by the office to pick up a flyer with information about how to join. The Sharp Shooters program enables youth to learn and develop safe firearm handling skills and sound fundamentals of shooting. It also offers opportunities for competition where youth can exhibit their skills.
-K-2nd grades Field Trip tomorrow. Bus will leave at 11:50.