Monday – NO SCHOOL
Tuesday – Pretzel, yogurt, peaches, cucumber, 1% milk
Wednesday – Fish sticks, pears, tater tots, 1% milk
Thursday –Wow butter & jam sandwich, chips, apple, carrots, 1% milk
Friday – Cheese pizza, pineapple, carrots, 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.
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.
There will be After-School Tutoring on Mondays in the computer lab with Ms. Collins 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.
Helen will not be here today, please do not send students to her room.
Mrs. Jorgenson is missing a LOT of library books. Please return any books you have checkout ASAP!
STUDENT SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES:
See Tracy in the High School Office for additional information.
There is a Geoheritage Summer Internship available for students 15-18 years of age who are looking for an exciting summer paid internship.
The Geoheritage Summer Internship is a 10-day experiential training program that provides opportunities for students who live in the Keweenaw Bay and Keweenaw Peninsula region to learn about reading landscapes, local history and heritage, geology, GIS technology, and navigation.
The internship will explore various sites around Keweenaw Bay by land and by water aboard the Michigan Tech Research Vessel Agassiz – the ancestral, traditional, and contemporary lands and waters of the Anishinaabeg, the Three Fires Confederacy of Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi peoples and their more than human relatives.
The internship will cultivate skills in geology content knowledge, geospatial technology, navigation, Anishinaabemowin (Anishinaabe language), listening and communication, and understanding the history, culture, and heritage of our place.
For more information visit: https://sites.google.com/view/geoheritage-field-experience/home
For questions contact Erika Vye: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are no longer allowed to chew gum in the library, thank you.
STUDENT OF THE WEEK: May 23-27, 2022
Middle School - Parker S. always plays hard. He never says too much, just does the best he can no matter what we are playing.
High School - Kinsei J. is a conscientious student who stays on top of her work. She is engaged in class, and shows interest in what she is learning. Her assignments are always done with great effort. Kinsei shows what it means to be Viking Strong. Keep up the great work, Kinsei!
STUDENT OF THE MONTH: April 2022
Middle School: Sophie D.
High School: Ellie D.
There is a Junior High Girls Basketball sign up sheet on the counter in the high school office. Girls in grades 5th – 7th this year can sign up if they are interest in playing basketball next year.
Upcoming Sporting Events:
Tuesday, May 31st
JH Track – Copper Country Conference @ L’Anse, 4:00
Golf – UP Finals @ Escanaba
Friday, June 3rd
JH Track – All Schools Final @ Calumet, 3:00
Saturday, June 4th
HS Track – UP Finals @ Kingsford, 10:00am