Monday – Whole grain macaroni & cheese, steamed carrots, peaches, 1% milk.
Tuesday-Waffles with syrup, turkey sausage, hash brown, 100% juice sidekick, 1% milk.
Ms. Nevela will be selling the remaining candy from the Spooky Gram Fundraiser today for a dollar a bag.
Varsity & Junior Varsity Girls Basketball Sign up Sheets are in the High Office.
Tutoring is being held in Jackie Heikkinen’s room and will run from 3:30 – 5:00 Monday through Thursday.
Thursdays 3:30-4:30 Upward Bound tutoring in the library
Starting tomorrow, Friday, October 1st, microwaves will no longer be available for use. This is to follow CDC guidelines on prevention of the spread of Covid
Only students who are eating breakfast in the morning are allowed to be in the lunchroom. Please do not enter the lunchroom if you are not eating.
Juniors and seniors who are leaving for lunch MUST sign out and back in on the computer in the high school office.
Anyone who had art during the 2019-2020 needs to pick up their art work/sketchbooks from Mrs. Klein before or after school. Please come get it by 10/10/20 or it will be tossed.
Students SHOULD NOT be bringing food or drinks other than water into the band room.
Unity Day 10-21-20. Wear & share ORANGE to show that we are together against bullying & united for kindness, acceptance, & inclusion.
KBIC Annual Domestic Violence Awareness 2020 Virtual Walk the Month of October in honor of Chelsey LaFernier. Forms in the HS Office. Please contact Melissa LaFernier 353-4593 to register by phone.
There’s so much to choose from in Girl Scouts and we’re offering eTroop for girls pre K – 12th grade. Check us out at: gsnwgl.org
eTroop is free for registered girls. Girls will be part of an online troop that meet 2x a month. The online troop will be do everything a traditional troop would do, but virtual. Your Daughters safety is important to us!
Financial assistance is available and can be done with our online registration at https://www.gsnwgl.org/en/girl... or call 1-888-747-6945 for assistance. Don’t wait – register now!
It's the beginning of a new 4-H year! Sign-up for 4-H today through 4-H online. Michigan 4-H is waiving the annual $20 participation fee for 2020-21, so now is a great time to try out 4-H! 4‑H empowers young people to lead for a lifetime by participating in science, healthy living, and citizenship. Through hands-on learning, kids build not only confidence, creativity, and curiosity, but also life skills such as leadership and resiliency to help them thrive today and tomorrow. To sign up: http://v2.4honline.com/ To learn more about the 4-H, visit: https://4-h.org/about/what-is-4-h/?fbclid=IwAR1cityTyR3pn1uTZK4Yxqgr9CuW9vo4swba7uhxuPua0GhZIIK5FUoP6dM
Somewhere out in the Zoom-verse, there has been a murder! It is YOUR job to put a team together and interview suspects to uncover the mystery of who did it, where it happened, why they did it, and who, in fact, was killed. Can you put your sleuthing skills to the test in this game of Virtual Clue? If you do not have a team, you can still register and you will be added to one but space is limited so register soon! Open to youth 13-19. COST: FREE https://events.anr.msu.edu/virtualclue/
Upcoming Sporting Events: 8th grade girls
basketball game vs Lake Linden at home @5:30 with a 5th quarter for 6/7 grade girls.