Plan to stay after school today for the Student Council Movie Night! This week’s movie is The Greatest Showman. Don’t miss it!
Alliance Club don’t forget you have a meeting this afternoon.
Social Studies Club, you have a meeting after school on Monday in Mr. Fader’s room 112.
Art Club don’t forget that you are meeting on Monday after school as well!
Math Club – you too! Your meeting on Monday after school will be at North.
South will be voting for its favorite 2019 Rebecca Caudill book nominee on Monday, February 25th and Tuesday, February 26th. If you have read 3 or more of the titles on our list, you may vote.
Don’t get put in the doghouse, join us Tuesday 3/5 for the GMSS Book Club. Read A Dog’s Purpose, or another dog-related book, and come out 3/5 to share your
love of dogs over pizza. See Mrs. Fedor
or Mrs. Hollis for details.
Music students today
is a Band/Orchestra day.
From the Sports Desk:
The 7th Grade Girls B team put up a strong point count verse Batavia last night but couldn’t come back enough to pull off the W(in). Rayna knocked down shots with ease last night and the whole team hustled the game through.
Batavia Bulldogs must have been wearing a bad pair of Nikes in the first half
because the 7th Grade A team cruised by them with their full court
press. The girls capped the first half
in dramatic fashion with a buzzer beater by Maddie Wrobel and an assist from
Hope Ieler to end the half. Batavia
closed the gap in the second half, but once Ashlin Weber took that headband
off, it was all business, as she played a key part in leading the girls to
the 8th grade B team, Maddy Ptak grabbed the leash last night and was firmly in control of the Batavia Bulldogs. Maddy had 15 points in the game, which were almost twice as many as the entire Batavia team.
the A game, Ella Madden wouldn't let the Bulldogs pull any tricks on us. In fact, she made the Bulldogs on defense,
sit and stay as she crossed them over and dropped basket after basket on
them. The A team went on to win
big. Both teams deserve a big treat
after their wins.