Monday – Chicken nugget w/ goldfish, pears, corn, 1% milk

Tuesday – Teriyaki chicken w/ rice, tomatoes, peaches, 1% milk

Wednesday – Mac & cheese, green peppers, applesauce, 1% milk

Thursday – Hamburger, orange wedge, tater tots, 1% milk

Friday – Calzone pizza, apples, carrots, Rice Krispy, 1% milk


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. 


The KBIC Youth Programs & Fitness Center will be shutting down starting tomorrow, May 6th and will be closed through May 20th.  They will resume all activities on May 21st.

Celebrations will refund ½ of the tux rental fees for anyone wanting to cancel their tux.  If you still want your tux please call and confirm by Friday.

If you paid for prom tickets you can pick up your refund in the High School office.

Any student, age 16-18 years old that is interested in getting the COVID vaccine, please see Mr. Scott in the office. This is just to gauge interest and then we will get more info to those interested in the very near future. 

If you borrowed a Chromebook charger during a quarantine, please return to Mrs. Wisniewski ASAP

With the recent influx in the rise of positives and the new variants, it is more important than ever that we continue to wear our masks and do so properly. You are doing a great job, so please keep it up for a little while longer. 

There are a lot of missing/overdue library books from last school year and this school year.  If you have any at home or in your locker please return them to Mrs. Jorgenson in the Library as soon as possible so you do not get a bill in the mail for the replacement cost of the books.

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

STUDENT OF THE WEEK:   April 26-30, 2021

Middle School – Karli C. – There are few students that take their work as serious as Karli C.  She comes to my room early every morning to say "Hi" and drop off her books.  If she has any questions about her assignment, she will ask.  She does this every day.  She always turns her work in on time and always participates in our class discussions. She is a great student to have in class and a good role model for the other students.  Way to be Viking Strong Karli!

High School – Logan D. – She works hard during class and makes me laugh often. Logan is excited to learn and master new things and has a "can-do" attitude. If I need someone to step up and be a leader or fill an important role, I can count on her. 


High School – Jason M.

Middle School – Takoda D.


UPCOMING EVENTS: Week of May 3-7, 2021

Friday – Lakes Invite @ Lake Linden, 4:00 pm.  Dismiss the track team at 2:15, bus leaves at 2:30.