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09/16/2019
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 9/16/2019

 

Do you hear sleigh bells? Christmas is only about three months away.  And do you know what would be an awesome gift for your mom, dad, grandma or your favorite uncle?  A scarf or washcloth that YOU crocheted in the Crochet Intramural!  Adults LOVE homemade stuff from our kids! So, pop into to the office and pick up a permission slip soon!

 

Viking Gamer Club will be starting this month.  The first meeting will be held on Monday, September 23rd after school in the Old Up Lab from 3:30-5:30.  Students need to get a "Club Sign-Up Sheet" from the main office in order to participate.  The "sign-up" sheet is due by next Friday, September 20th in order to participate in the first session.  Please see Mr. Rhea if you have any questions.

 

 

This Friday is our first Clean Sweep of the school year.  We all know it doesn’t take long for those lockers to get messy, so plan to get here a little early on Friday to clean up that locker!

 

Social Studies Club kicks off its first meeting with another Amazing Race!  Compete against teams to solve some of history's mysteries.  The fastest, most clever participants will take the prize.  The first meeting of Social Studies Club will be next Monday, September 23rd until 4:25 in Mr. Fader's room in the 8 White team center.  Be there to start the Amazing Race!  

 

Next week is a Spirit Wear week!  Look out for the flyers around school and stay tuned to these announcements later in the week for details.

 

 

Did you know that September is National Hunger Awareness Month?  It takes all of us working together to see that no one goes hungry. Wednesday is GO ORANGE DAY, so wear orange to help raise awareness!

 

 

Tomorrow is the first Leo’s Club meeting of the school year. If you like to help people and make a difference in the world, this is the club for you!

 

 

From the Sports Desk

This past weekend, the 7th grade volleyball teams traveled to Batavia Rotolo for their first tournament. The girls won two of their four matches and finished fourth overall in the tournament. The highlight of the day came when the girls defeated North in their third match. Standout performances from Ellie Grantcharov, Sophia Broderick, and Kaitlyn Sprague led the team to their victories.

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