Monday – Chicken sandwich, oven fries, applesauce, 1% milk

Tuesday – Spaghetti w/ beef sauce, breadstick, cauliflower, strawberries, 1% milk

Wednesday – Mac & Cheese, dinner roll, broccoli, pears, 1% milk

Thursday –Hotdog, bag of chips, carrots, peaches, 1% milk

Friday – Pepperoni pizza, cucumbers, whole apple, cookie, 1% milk

Those taking from the salad bar must wear gloves.  The gloves are provided near the plates and the gloves must be thrown away at the end of the salad bar line.

There is a library book drop off by the high school office.  Thank you for returning your library books.

SENIORS (& parents) Please send your senior picture, baby picture & senior quote to Mrs. Klein by March 4th for the yearbook.

Students MUST return their lunch trays to the cafeteria every day.  The commons area will be off limits if trays continue to be left in there.  

The Medical Laboratory Science Program Director at Michigan Tech will be here to meet with any high school students that may be interested in the health/medical field on March 3rd at 1:30 in Ms. Lake's room.  Come hear about what really goes on:

Save the date-Prom May 14. More details to come!

There will be After-School Tutoring on Mondays and Tuesdays.  Mondays will be in the computer lab with Ms. Collins from 3:30-5:00 and Tuesdays will be in Ms. Crittenden’s room from  3:30 – 5:00. 

Any students that are failing 2 or more classes will be required to attend lunchtime Homework Help on Monday/Wednesday with Ms. Crittenden in Room 216. Grades will be checked weekly for all middle/high schoolers. If you are on the list at the beginning of the week, you will be required to attend on BOTH Monday/Wednesday.


 LOST & FOUND: Claim in the high school office

Hockey Skates from the Q2 Rewards Day – hanging in the high school office.


STUDENT OF THE WEEK:   Feb. 14-18, 2022

Middle School - Karli C.  has gained a great deal of confidence in herself this school year. She takes the initiative to try things and does her best to figure things out on her own--even if she has an initial question. She is positive, respectful, and a friend to all. Keep setting an example for others. 

High School - Daniel L. comes into my room every day with genuine and cheerful greetings. He is kind and polite to other staff members in the hallway, and he often offers to help if I need an errand ran in the building. He is the president of Student Council and is a class officer. He also has a job outside of school and played football this fall. He has volunteered at many school events and other community fundraisers. Daniel is always ready with a joke to make me laugh, even if he is having a bad day, and that is something I truly appreciate. Thank you for being Viking Strong!


Middle School:  Lilly T.

High School:  Joel M.


Upcoming Sporting Events:   

Monday, February 21st 

Varsity Boys vs Ontonagon @ Home, 6:00

Tuesday, February 22nd 

 Varsity Girls @ Chassell, 7:15

Thursday, February 24th 

JV Girls @ Houghton, 4:15

Varsity Boys @ Wakefield, 7:30

Friday, February 25th 

Varsity Girls @ Watersmeet, 6:00 EST

Bowling – Regionals @ Traverse City


Missing Powder Puff Football Jerseys

White Jerseys          

Marissa J. #52  


We are missing the following Jr High Boys Basketball Uniforms PLEASE RETURN ASAP:

5 - Takoda D

40 - Conner D

41 – Ethin A

42 - Morgan M

44 – Lealynd D

45 – Daniel C