Monday – Chicken tenders w/ waffles, cucumber, bananas, 1% milk
Tuesday – Hot dog, bag of chips, carrots, peaches, 1% milk
Wednesday – Spaghetti w/beef sauce, breadstick, cauliflower, strawberries, 1% milk
Thursday –Hot ham and cheese sandwich, corn, peaches, 1% milk
Friday – Pizza, red peppers, 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.
The Ottawa National Forest Youth Conservation Corps is recruiting for summer YCC positions. Job details are posted on the high school office window.
SENIORS (& parents) Please send your senior picture, baby picture & senior quote to Mrs. Klein by March 4th for the yearbook. firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
That MTU Health careers meeting will be Thursday, March 3 at 2:30. If you plan on attending, please get a permission form signed since they will be doing a blood typing lab with you. You can get forms from the office
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 - Vanessa L. is always polite and says good morning, afternoon, or just "hi" when I pass her in the hallway. Vanessa is working hard to get into the groove of middle school and her friendly nature is noticed and appreciated.
High School - Nolan H. is polite and cooperative. He is always engaged and interested in the lesson. He stops by before and after school for clarification on assignments. Nolan is conscientious about the learning expectations. He checks in to make sure he understands what he is supposed to know. Nolan does exactly what he needs to do every single day. He inspires me to make sure I'm doing a good job, because students like Nolan deserve my best.
STUDENT OF THE MONTH: January 2022
Middle School: Lilly T.
High School: Joel M.
Upcoming Sporting Events:
Tuesday, March 1st
Varsity Boys @ Ontonagon, 6:00
Wednesday, March 2nd
GBB District Game @ Baraga, 6:00
Baraga vs winner of Chassell/Dollar Bay game
Thursday, March 3rd
Varsity Boys vs Republic @ Home, 6:00
Friday, March 4th
GBB District Game – TBD, 6:00
Sunday, March 6th
JH Girls Volleyball Practice 3:00-6:00
Missing Powder Puff Football Jerseys
Marissa J. #52
We are missing the following Jr High Boys Basketball Uniforms PLEASE RETURN ASAP:
40 - Conner D
41 – Ethin A
44 – Lealynd D
45 – Daniel C