Meetings this week during Study Period





Friday:   JH Kays meeting 

                   Graduation practice at 2:00 p.m.

Planned DISMISSAL times






No salad as a meal next week.

Rile Co. invitational: Lathe Watkins third with a score of 79.

Sophia Glanville had a score of 92, Levi Wessel finished with a score of 103, Paden Jahnke got a score of 117 and for the junior varsity scramble Mayah Dorsey and Abby Jones finished with a score of 50. There will be no golf practice today!

Thank you NHS for the yummy snacks! Mrs. Whitcomb and Mrs. Cahoone.

Voices: we will go through our song today during the graduation rehearsal at 2 p.m.

Students interested in being on the 2021-22 yearbook staff, please meet in Mrs. Drake’s room during lunch on Friday. Bring your trays!

High school girls who are planning on going out for basketball next year meet with Coach Amber in the south gym on Friday at the beginning of seminar. We will make it quick, so please be on time.

Any eighth grade girls who plan on playing basketball next year, please meet Coach Amber in the south gym on Monday at the beginning of seminar. We’ll make it quick, so please be on time. 

The following students need to return the Chad Cargill ACT Prep book. There will be a $30 fee if the book is not returned before the end of the school year. Jocelyn Zuniga, Abby Tubach, Abbey Vega, Laura Koch, Sierra Johnson and Kaylee Simpson.          

Students - All library books need to be returned by Wednesday, May 12. If library books are not returned by check out time on Friday, May 14, you will be charged for the cost of the missing book. Thank you, Mrs. Scott. 

Remember that Friday, May 14 is the last day to purchase a 2021 yearbook for $60. The price will increase in the fall.

New physical packets to the office for the 2021-22 school year. New physicals can be taken after May 1 for the next school year. Next week you may want to let students know they are available. Thank you!

As we wind down the days of an adventurous year, please continue to be diligent when monitoring students and family members for signs and symptoms of covid, especially now during allergy season. If students have a new onset of symptoms, they should not be in the buildings. If household members are showing signs of illness and/or testing for covid, we strongly encourage that those affected students not be in the buildings. The Return to School Protocol should continue to be followed. We are so close to the end and have a lot of fun days ahead, we don't want to see any of our students missing out! Please feel free to contact the school nurse or building principals with any questions or concerns. Thank you! 

If your student 16 or older is interested in receiving the Pfizer COVID vaccine, please contact the CCHD, 273-6676!