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02/08/2019
 

If you haven’t yet attended a Social Studies Club meeting, now is your chance! We’ll be competing in the Amazing Race where teams answer questions and complete challenges to win prizes. Meet in Mr. Fader ‘s room on Monday until 4:25. Bring a friend!

 

Alliance Club don’t forget you have a meeting after school today.

 

Last day for Fine Forgiveness in the library!  See Mrs. Fedor or Mrs. Burkitt for details on how you can do something nice and wipe out your fines.

And be sure to stop by the library during the lunch hours today for the Valentine Service Project Party.  Check your email from Mrs. Fedor for details.

 

Do you have old pairs of eyeglasses cluttering up a drawer? Keys that don’t open or start anything? Empty ink cartridges that you just don’t know what to do with? Or how about really old mobile phones that don’t even have a charger anymore? Good news – you can donate those items to the Leo’s Club, and they will recycle them for you! All items that are collected will help fund programs for the visually- and hearing-impaired right here in Illinois.

 

Keep bringing in Pop Top Tabs for Ronald McDonald House Charities. You can put them in the boxes in the cafeteria or bring them to Ms. Beyer in 6Blue. Our donations will help Ronald McDonald House, a home away from home for families of children receiving treatment from a nearby hospital. 

 

Music students today is a Band/Orchestra day.

 

From the Sports Desk:

Beat the winter blues by participating in Boys' Volleyball! No experience needed.  Come sign up in the main office!  First practice will be on Feb 19th.  Be sure you have an updated sports physical on file. See you there!

It was a packed house at South and the fans were rowdy for the battle between North and South. The 7th grade A team came out hot and battled the entire way. Evyn Schokora and Ivy Black helped lead the charge on offense with 11 and 5 points, while Caroline Madden was locking it down on the defensive end. Unfortunately, the girls came up just short in the end.

The 7th grade B team played hard the entire way. Lucie Buchanan was going coast to coast on offense and put up 6 points while Haley Hart and Rayna Johnson played terrific defense. Sadly, the girls couldn't seal the deal but they played hard the entire way. 

The 8th grade girls’ basketball faced off against North last night under the big lights at the high school. The A team was unable to contain North on the offensive glass and ended up losing the game.

We had to turn the AC on last night during the B game because of the hot shooting by Hannah McMillen. Hannah knocked down shot after shot. The game came down to the wire and with under a minute, the South Vikings took the lead and held on to win.

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