Monday – Cheese quesadilla w/salsa, corn, pears, 1% milk
Tuesday – French bread pizza, carrots, applesauce, Rice Krispy bar, 1% milk
Wednesday – No lunch served
All Chromebooks 7-12 should be turned in to Mrs. Wisniewski Monday, June 7th, or Wednesday, June 9th. 6th grade Chromebooks should stay with Mrs. Pizziola. Students will be charged for missing or broken Chromebooks. If you need help locating a lost Chromebook, please see Mrs. W.
JV and Varsity track athletes – Please return your uniform and warm-up jacket to Ms. Crittenden ASAP.
Thank you all, for a very enjoyable and successful track and field season. Most importantly I would like to commend you all on your dedication and hard work you put forth, it certainly showed. I am very much looking forward to having most of you back in 2022, and if any of you would like equipment issued to you for some summer practicing, please come and see me! - Coach Crittenden
If anyone is interested in participating in a small pep band for Lumberjack days on July 4, please reach out to Ms. Nevala. We are also looking to invite alumni to participate. More information will be coming soon.
The elementary (K-5th & high school (6th-12th) YEARBOOKS ARE ON SALE NOW! $28 for soft cover and $34.95 for hard cover. Order by June 20th for free shipping to the school. Go to treering.com/validate and type in our school code:1015724505332948 to order. Details are also posted on our school website, Instagram and school Facebook page. If you are unable to order online there are order forms in the office. If you need any help please contact or see Mrs. Klein - firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you borrowed a Chromebook charger during a quarantine, please return to Mrs. Wisniewski ASAP.
All library books MUST be returned or paid for by June 4th. Mrs. Jorgenson has a list of fines and overdue books so please check with her if you are not sure if you are on this list.
STUDENT OF THE WEEK: June 1-4, 2021
Middle School – Joseph F – He has made significant improvement in his classes. He has increased his effort to complete his assignments and has had a positive attitude. Making good choices has really made a difference. Way to go!
High School – Maija R – She works very hard and takes her classes very seriously. I appreciate how much she cares about the work we do in class. She is an incredible kid and always very kind, polite and cooperative.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH: May 2021
High School – Davin B.
Middle School – Mathew R.