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Daily Bulletin

1.16     

Special Announcement

Important Turf Field Announcement: Please do not chew gum out on the field. It is very difficult, time consuming, and costly to remove gum from the turf. Thank you.

PE Dismissal reminder

Students are leaving the PE “areas” before the dismissal bell has rung. Please remember to STAY in the PE areas until the class change bell has rung. If you are coming from the boy’s PE side, you should be waiting by the bench outside the counseling area and NO farther!!!

If you are coming from the girl’s PE side, you should be waiting by the Art room/Band room and NO farther as well !!

Intramurals

Homeroom Results 

6th-grade hoops girls Morse 17 Montiel0

6th grade hoops boys  Montiel 14 Morse 11

7th-grade Field goal  Lauster 21 Tervet 3

8th-grade Flag football  L Johnson 21 Meschery 7

 

Today's games  : Thursday (weather permitting)

6th-grade Hoops   : Arigi vs Foster

7th-grade field goal kicking  : For third Santucci vs Tervet 

8th-grade Flag football  : There was a tie in bracket 2 for second place so let’s play it out Meschery vs Cummins 

 

Tomorrows games  : Friday (Weather permitting)

6th grade hoops  : playoffs start teams tba 

7th grade field goal kicking  : For 1st Case vs Lauster

8th grade flag football  : there was a tie for 1st in bracket one so let’s play it out Miller vs Demont 

Library

Book talks today at lunch with Natalie from Civic Center. No passes required. 

Yearbook

Homeroom teachers, please share the yearbook sales lists with your students. These are the lists of students who have currently purchased (including Can Do! donations) a yearbook. Any questions should be directed to Mr. Case.

Yearbook Sale

The 2020 yearbook sale is now on. Don’t miss out on all the great photos and memories from this school year. Books can be purchased for $40 online at yearbookordercenter.com (code 7653), or at the school office via check (written to Miller Creek Home and School Club) or cash. See Mr. Case with any questions.

Mathletes

There have been a few changes regarding the Mathcount competition today. 

First, the start time for the competition will be at the beginning of 7th period. So, all students will attend their normal study hall classes. Students will be dismissed from the competition so they will not be returning to their 7th period class.

Secondly, the LOCATION has changed- the competition will take place in the gym, not the library!

Remember to bring a sharpened pencil and no calculators are allowed!

See you in the gym, 7th period.

 

8th Graders

8TH GRADERS - YES hours for the first half of the school year will be counted and totaled on Wednesday, Jan. 22nd. YES homeroom boxes will be delivered to Ms. Meschery's class on Wednesday at the start of homeroom, so please search in your backpacks and binders and get any YES forms completed and signed by a supervisor and homeroom teacher and then filed in the YES box asap. Boxes will be returned as soon as the hours are counted. 

Honor Society

I need desk workers for the basketball games ASAP!! Please check on Google Classroom for dates. If you can work today, please see me TODAY!! 

Question people - please come see me at lunch.

Anyone interested in helping with the Panther Palooza come to Ms. Morse's room at the beginning of lunch TODAY!!

WEB Leaders

WEB Leaders: We need WEB Leaders to help us with the Panther Palooza booth for next Friday. Please come by Ms. Marty's office (A1A) at the start of lunch today if you can help.

iWeek

iWEek - January 21st-24th: A week designed to inspire us as individuals, acknowledge all of our identities and involve our entire student body to support each other in an effort to create a more authentic and invested WE. There will be lots of activities throughout the week in classrooms, during lunch and even a special assembly. This week is a fun spirit week where each day will have a dress-up theme, those who dress up can earn homeroom points. Here are the theme days for next week:

Tuesday: iDENTITY - Express yourself! Wear clothes with inspiring or positive messages. 

Wednesday: iMPACT - “Sock it” to stereotypes (Crazy Sock Day!)

Thursday: iNTERVENE - “Put a lid on it!”, Be an Upstander (Hat Day!)

Friday: iMAGINE - Panther Pride Day, Wear Panther gear or blue and silver

Beyond Differences

Beyond Differences will meet today to discuss and plan our next school wide event. Please bring your lunch to Ms. Tuchband's Room D2 at the beginning of lunch. All are welcome.

One Warm Coat 

The first collection will be this Friday, 1/17. Homeroom Reps, if your homeroom box has clothes to turn in, drop your box to C3 at the beginning of 5º.  Student council officers will return the boxes (PLEASE WRITE HOMEROOM TEACHER’ S NAME and CLASS # ON BOX).  

Request from Ms. Krause: Please do not show up to D3 with your box of clothes in the middle of 5º if your class forgets.  You will have to store the box of clothes in your homeroom class. Go to C3 first. Thank you.

Student Council

All homeroom reps and officers - come to D3 at lunch today to make posters for iWEek.  

Sorting for Homeroom points

WEEK: 1/13-17

THURSDAY 1/16: DOWD

FRIDAY 1/17: CUMMINS

 

PANTHER ATHLETICS

BASKETBALL GAMES WEEK 2 : 1/13-16

THURSDAY 1/16: 8th boys @ HOME vs. St. Isabella’s, 4:00

6th girls, 6th BLUE boys, 7th girls, 7th boys-BYE WEEK

GO PANTHERS!!




 

Posted 1/16/20