Daily Announcements
Lora Rohde
Tuesday, February 05, 2019

Tuesday, February 5:

 

Breakfast for Tomorrow:

Chocolate Bread

Fruit

Juice

Milk

 

Lunch for Tomorrow:

Chicken Patty

Bread

Steamed Corn

Ice Cream

Pineapple Chunks

Milk

 

Announcements:

-HS Basketball tonight vs. Wausa. JV girls @ 4:00 (3 qtrs); JV boys @ 4:45 (3 qtrs); Varsity girls @ 6:15 with Varsity boys to follow. This will be parent’s night for the basketball teams and spirit squad. The Booster Club will be serving Soup & Sandwiches starting at 5:00.

 

-Concession Stand Workers for tonight’s games are as follows:

Homeroom – 5:30: Bella Hulit, Erin Folkers, Carson Jones, Erin Meisenheimer & Logan Castillo

5:30 – 7:00: Aidan Gratzfeld, Devan Breen, Lexi Hans, James Pick & Ciara Pinkelman

7:00 – Clean-Up: Alivia Morten, Kennadi Peitz, Hailey Fuerhoff & Rubi Olsen

 

-Noon Dismissal for Teacher’s In-Service tomorrow.

 

-ASVAB Testing for juniors will be on Thursday.

 

-Interested in attending a track camp at Wayne State College next Saturday Feb 16th?  Cost is $40 if mailed in this week.  $50 at the door.  See Coach Noecker if you are interested in attending.  Great clinic, free shirt and all you can eat food at the G.A.G. 

-Any student in grades 7-12 who is interested in attending the No Limits Kick Butts Day in Lincoln with Nurse Freeman on Tuesday and Wednesday March 19-20 needs to fill out one of the applications available in the main office. They are due by WEDNESDAY Feb 13. Apps can also be completed online at www.nolimitsnebraska.com. This is a great opportunity to meet with senators at the state capitol and learn about how Big Tobacco targets youth. Also, it's completely FREE. Transportation and meals are provided by No Limits and you'll get free gear, too. Questions? See Nurse Freeman or email her at jfreeman@esu1.org.

- Nate Metschke, Neligh-Oakdale band instructor and father of 3 small children, died the evening of Dec. 24 after complications during surgery to remove cancerous mass from his liver.

HNS is joining with other schools in the area to have a Penny War with the proceeds going to the Metschke family.

On February 14, the participating schools will post their total amount raised. Locally the HNS class PK-6 and 7-12 that raises the most money according to the rules, will receive a surprise treat!

Containers for the High School will be located at the main office.