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STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 16, 2019

The State Track and State Golf send-off will take place today in the commons are at 3:10 p.m. Band members should be excused at 3:05 to go get their instruments and report to the commons. All other students will need to be escorted to the commons by your teachers. Good luck to Faith and Cailey this weekend and also Good luck to Teague next Tuesday & Wednesday.

HS track check in ended yesterday. The following did not check in or didn't get everything returned: Rachel, Tanner, Chandler, Kristal, Cailey and Nia. Please see Mr. Kellough today. Also: Students who have padlocks checked out with Mr. Kellough need to get these turned in TODAY as he will be leaving for state track tomorrow morning.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up is today right after school.  Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school, or after you are done in Mr. Ruzicka's room (wear appropriate shoes!).  

There will be a blood drive July 31st from 12:00-6:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please sign up with Miss Piper by the end of the week. 

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Monday: Special BOE meeting, 5 p.m.; BOE meeting, 7:30 p.m.; 7th Grade Field Trip; Driers Ed Class, 6-8:30 p.m.; District Golf @ Blair; FFA Petting Zoo

Tuesday: 3rd & 4th Grade Field Trip

Wednesday: Interim Sessions-Band room; Trojan Time-Period 8; 1st & 5th Grade Field Trip; Girls BB mtg, 7:45 a.m.;

Thursday: State Track/State Golf send off-3:10 p.m.; Elementary Assembly, 3:15 p.m.; Student Council meeting, 7:45 a.m.

Friday: State Track-PM Session (Discus @ 5:30 p.m.); End Qtr 4/S2-1:30 pm dismissal; Shout-Out Breakfast, 7:30 a.m.

Saturday: State Track

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Thursday Lunch: Quesadilla, rice, lettuce, pears

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, baby carrots, oranges

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

FFA Meeting - tomorrow morning at 7:36 am in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing Family Picnic, Kids games, and other summer activities.

The May Staff, Parent and Students of the Month: Elementary Student - Brigham Giesselmann- 1st Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - McKenna Stewart - 7th Grade; Elementary Staff - Connor Brummond - 3rd Grade Teacher; Jr. High/High School Staff - Michelle Ryun- Ag Teacher/FFA Sponsor; SSCS Parent - Angie Brainard 

2019-2020 Student Council Representatives: Freshmen: Sophia and Ellie; Sophomores: Jillian and Cailey; Juniors: Harley and Krystal Bigley; Seniors: Montanna and Emily. You will have a meeting tomorrow morning in Mrs. Schroetlin’s room at 7:45 a.m.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up is tomorrow.  Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school, or after you are done in Mr. Ruzicka's room (wear appropriate shoes!).  

If you ordered a state track t-shirt, they will be here on Thursday and you need to get it paid for. No shirts will be handed out if they are not paid in full.

There will be a blood drive July 31st from 12:00-6:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please sign up with Miss Piper by the end of the week.   


                                                                    

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

At yesterday's B-2 District golf meet at River Wilds Golf Course, Teague claimed the championship, winning in a one hole playoff.  Class B State Golf is next Tuesday and Wednesday at Elks Country Club in Columbus.

Raising Cane's is sponsoring our FCCLA chapter from 5-8 tonight.  Mention you are with the SSCS FCCLA fundraiser to help out our chapter!

FCCLA member going to nationals are selling Eileen's cookie dough!   If they don't find you, find them to order some dough!

FFA Meeting - Thursday morning at 7:36 am in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing Family Picnic, Kids games, and other summer activities.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up will be Thursday.  Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school, or after you are done in Mr. Ruzicka's room (wear appropriate shoes!).  

The following JH students need to see Mr. Ruzicka before the end of the day: Kristen Schellenberg, Jillian Adams, Wristan Brainard.

Thursday right after school, there will be a meeting for any 6-11th graders that want to use the weight room this summer.  The meeting will be in Mr. Ruzicka's room, and will last about 10-15 minutes.  We will be discussing times, schedule and expectations.  If you can not attend the meeting, but want to work out this summer, please see Mr. Ruzicka.

If you ordered a state track t-shirt, they will be here on Thursday. I will know later today how much each shirt will cost. No shirts will be handed out if they are not paid in full.

There will be a basketball meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45 in Coach Piper's room. 

There will be a blood drive July 31st from 12:00-6:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please sign up with Miss Piper by the end of the week. 

There will not be open gym for volleyball tomorrow morning. 

Tomorrow morning there will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Schroetlin’s room at 7:45 a.m.

Sophomores: Please remember to turn in your Junior Contracts to the office with your phone number, email address and parents contact information.

On Friday, elementary students will eat from 10:55-11:30 and their fun day will start at 11:30 p.m. 7-11 graders will eat at 11:45 starting with the juniors and working down to the 7th graders. Students will be eating outside (weather permitting).

Students: You are reminded about your lunch account balance, door cards and making sure all assignments are turned in. Also: Sports physical forms were handed out yesterday. If you didn’t receive a form and plan to play sports, make sure you pick up a copy of the form. Also: Free sports physicals are provided for our athletes at Methodist Fremont Health on June 5th. If you plan to ride on the school provided vehicle (bus/van) make sure you notify Deb in the Elementary Office so the appropriate vehicle can be assigned. If you are unsure about your lunch account balance, make sure you log in to Powerschool and check for your balance.

Tomorrow: All 9-11 students should report immediately to their 1st period teacher for attendance and lunch and then be in the band room at 8 a.m. for the interim sessions.


                                                                   

Monday, May 13, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Good Luck to Teague today at District Golf in Blair.

Congratulations to Faith and Cailey for qualifying for the Nebraska State Track Meet.  Cailey will compete in the discus this Friday afternoon and Faith in the shot put on Saturday. Congratulations to all our athletes who competed at districts for their efforts!

HS track needs to check in track uniforms and sweats sometime before the end of the day this Wednesday.

The following JH students need to see Mr. Ruzicka before the end of the day: Ally Brainard, Kristen Schellenberg, Jillian Adams, Izaak Palmer, Wristan Brainard.

Thursday right after school, there will be a meeting for any 6-11th graders that want to use the weight room this summer.  The meeting will be in Mr. Ruzicka's room, and will last about 10-15 minutes.  We will be discussing times, schedule and expectations.  If you can not attend the meeting, but want to work out this summer, please see Mr. Ruzicka.

If you ordered a state track t-shirt, they will be here on Thursday. I will know later today how much each shirt will cost. No shirts will be handed out if they are not paid in full.

There will be a basketball meeting Wednesday morning at 7:45 in Coach Piper's room. 

There will be a blood drive July 31st from 12:00-6:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please sign up with Miss Piper by the end of the week. 

Wednesday morning there will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Schroetlin’s room at 7:45 a.m.

Sophomores: Please remember to turn in your Junior Contracts to the office with your phone number, email address and parents contact information.

Friday, May 10, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The following juniors need to turn in their Senior Trip form ASAP: Elissa, Laythen and Peyton. If the form is not returned, you will forfeit your chance to go on the Senior Trip.

Wednesday morning there will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Schroetlin’s room at 7:45 a.m.

Reminder: FFA will be setting up for the Petting Zoo today after school!  

Daddy Daughter Dance decoration will be right after school in the commons.  We will decorate until 5. The dance starts at 6:30 tomorrow night.  FCCLA members please be there no later than 6:15.  The dance goes until 9, plan to stay to clean up.

Students: You are reminded to make sure your lunch account is current before you check out of school next week. Also, you need to make sure you have your door card with you or bring $10 to pay for a replacement. You will not be allowed to check out without turning in the card or payment.

Reminder to all volleyball players that there is a parent meeting tonight at 5:30 at LV. 

There will be a blood drive held at the school this summer, July 31st from 12:00-6:00 pm. If you would like to sign up to donate, please stop in Miss Piper's room. 

Sophomores: Please remember to turn in your Junior Contracts to the office with your phone number, email address and parents contact information.

All library materials are due back to the library TODAY!


                                                                    

Thursday, May 9, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tonight is Honor’s/Awards Night along with 8th grade graduation. The ceremony begins at 7 p.m. All students are reminded to attend and make sure your parent’s and family members know they are invited to attend as well.

The following juniors need to turn in their Senior Trip form ASAP: Noah, Elissa, Laythen and Peyton. If the form is not returned, you will forfeit your chance to go on the Senior Trip.

Sophomores: Please remember to turn in your Junior Contracts to the office with your phone number, email address and parents contact information.

All library materials are due back to the library by tomorrow.

Reminder that student council applications are due by Friday!.   


                                                                    

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tomorrow night is Honor’s/Awards Night along with 8th grade graduation. The ceremony begins at 7 p.m. All students are reminded to attend and make sure your parent’s and family members know they are invited to attend as well.

There will be a Daddy/Daughter Dance meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45 in Mrs. Drey's room.

The following Juniors need to turn in their Senior Trip form ASAP: Noah Banks, Elissa Dames, Emily Lewin, Faith Riggle, Laythen Streit, Peyton Wolford. If the form is not returned, you will forfeit your chance to go on the Senior Trip.

The following students need to turn in JH track uniforms to Coach Piper by tomorrow: Hailey, Kristen, Deztaney, Ellie, and Ally. 

Reminder to all 8-11th graders going out for volleyball next year, there is a parent meeting Friday at 5:30 in Logan View. We need a head count for the meal. Please stop by Coach Piper's room by the end of the day and let her know how many people will be attending. 

Reminder that student council applications are due by Friday!                                                                 

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

At yesterday's rainy and cold East Husker Conference Golf Meet, 14 teams and 67 golfers braved miserable conditions to get 18 holes in at Fairplay golf course outside of Norfolk.  The West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team finished 3rd in the team race.  The team was led by our very own, recent graduate Teague Stewart, who finished in 2nd place individually firing a 4 over 76.  Next up, Districts next Monday at Riverwilds golf course outside of Blair.

Juniors - your Senior trip forms are due to Mrs. Fischer TODAY!

FCCLA is hosting a Taco Boat Meal prior to the elementary concert tonight.  All are welcome. 

Last day to sign up for All-Play baseball is Wednesday.

There will be no volleyball open gym this week. 

Daddy/Daughter Dance meeting Thursday morning at 7:45 in Mrs. Drey's room

All library materials are due back to the library by Friday.

Next Tuesday, the juniors will have the day off for doing so well with John Baylor and their ACT test.

Monday, May 6, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FCCLA is hosting a Taco Boat Meal prior to the elementary concert on Tuesday.  All are welcome.  The meal is $5 and will go from 5:30 - 6:45. Members are reminded to bring 2 dozen homemade bars or cookies to Mrs. Drey's room tomorrow for the Taco Boat Meal.

On graduation Saturday our very own Teague Stewart competed in the Oakland-Craig Invite for the West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team.  It gives me great pleasure to report that Teague captured the championship with a score of 69.  He will be teeing off shortly outside of Norfolk competing in the East Husker Conference tournament.  Good Luck Teague!

Last day to sign up for All-Play baseball is Wednesday.

All library materials are due back to the library by Friday.
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Thursday, May 2, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Sign-up sheet is on Mrs. Drey's bulletin board for All-Play baseball.

The FFA Petting Zoo with be Monday, May 13th.  FFA members need to help set up Friday (May 10th) after school, and clean up afterwards on Monday. Please verify the animals you are bringing so we know the number of panels to set up.

At the Logan View Invite held at Elk Creek Country Club in Hooper yesterday, our very own Teague Stewart, for the third tournament in a row, brought home the gold medal.  He is currently competing in the Wayne Invite at the Wayne Country Club. #TrojanPride!

Sophomores who are wanting to be a class officer and still have their application, please get it turned into the office by the end of the day.

FCCLA is hosting a Taco Meal prior to the elementary concert on Tuesday.  All are welcome.  The meal is $5 and will go from 5:30 - 6:45.

All FCCLA members need to plan to bring 2 dozen HOMEMADE bars or cookies to school Monday or Tuesday for the Taco Meal.

Seniors: You are reminded to bring your cap & gowns to practice tomorrow morning. You will check in your computers during 5th period with Mr. Meyer. Please make sure your lunch account is current. If you don't have your door card, you will need to bring $10 before you can check out with the office.

Good luck to the GACC/SS Baseball team as they enter district play tomorrow in Plattsmouth. The first pitch is scheduled for 4 p.m.

Reminder to all driver’s ed students: Classes begin Saturday morning at 9 a.m. and again Monday evening at 6 p.m.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Monday: EHC Track meet @ T-H (Postponed from Saturday); FFA Banquet, 6 p.m.; esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; Baseball host Ft. Calhoun @ Wpt, 4 p.m.

Tuesday: Basketball before school; esports open house, 7 p.m.;

Wednesday: Trojan Time, 8 a.m.; Drop Everything & Read, 11:30 & 12 p.m.; Golf @ L-V Invite, 9 a.m.

Thursday: TR @ Wpt (hosted by O-C), 2:30 p.m.; Golf @ Wayne, 9 a.m.

Friday: Graduation practice, 8 a.m.; JH TR @ EHC meet @ Wpt; Wayne State Math Day; District Baseball @ Plattsmouth, 4 p.m.; Seniors last day-1:30 p.m. dismissal

Saturday: Graduation ceremony, 5 p.m.; District Baseball, TBD; Golf @ O-C Invite, 9 a.m.; Drivers Ed Class, 9-11:30 a.m

 

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Thursday Lunch: Hot dogs, waffle fries, corn, apricots

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Hot ham & cheese, chips, baby carrots, oranges

Monday Breakfast: Banana bread

Monday Lunch: Patty Day, mashed potatoes w/gravy, peas, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Mini Cinni’s

Tuesday Lunch: Chinese, rice, stir fry veggies, pineapple, fortune cookies

Wednesday Breakfast: Muffins & Yogurt

Wednesday Lunch: Sub sandwich, chips, cucumbers, oranges

 

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Happy May Day!

Drop Everything & Read is today at 11:30 for grades 9-12 and at noon for the junior high students.

Congratulations to Cailey and Faith for medaling in the East Husker Conference Track Meet Monday. Thanks to all our tracksters for their efforts at the meet!

8th graders that have not turned in their Honors Night RSVP need to do so ASAP even if you don’t plan to attend.

FCCLA members going to nationals, there will be a meeting at 7:50 on Thursday morning in Mrs. Drey's room.

Sign-up sheet is on Mrs. Drey's bulletin board for All-Play baseball.

FCCLA is hosting a Taco Meal prior to the elementary concert on Tuesday.  All are welcome.  The meal is $5 and will go from 5:30 - 6:45.

All FCCLA members need to plan to bring 2 dozen HOMEMADE bars or cookies to school Monday or Tuesday for the Taco Meal.

Seniors: You are reminded that all library materials are due to Mrs. Alsmeyer today!

 


                                                                    

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

There is a sign-up sheet outside of Mrs. Drey's room for any FCCLA members wanting to go to All-Play Baseball next Saturday morning.

The following 8th graders have not returned their 8th grade promotion RSVP: Ally, Nevaeh, Nora, Izaak, Arely, Cadynce, Maycie and Merivath

The following seniors need to return their library materials TODAY: Corben, Tristan, Ronee, Caleb and Johanna

There will be a softball meeting Wednesday morning before school at 7:45 in Mr. McDuffee's room, for anyone interested in playing softball for LVSS next year.

eSports is having an open house tonight at 7:00 pm in the media center. The public is invited to come and see what eSports is all about.

Seniors need to bring their cap and gown to graduation practice Friday morning.

Applications for class officers for both the upcoming junior and senior class are due back by the end of the day.


                                                                    

Monday, April 29, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the following staff and students of the month: Elementary Student - Eva Berkland- 1st Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - Ellie Mickelson - 8th Grade; Elementary Staff - Kirk Kellough - P.E. Teacher/Coach; Jr. High/High School Staff - Dayle Wisnieski - 7-12 Math Instructor; SSCS Parent - Kathy Lodl 

Fremont Health will be sponsoring their FREE sports physicals for S-S students on June 5th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Mark your calendar and take advantage of this FREE opportunity.

If any student has volunteered to do community service for any group/individual and feel they are worthy of Honor S-S points, please see Mr. Stithem today!

There is a sign up sheet outside of Mrs. Drey's room for any FCCLA members wanting to go to All-Play Baseball next Saturday morning.

All FFA members need to stop in the ag room before lunch to vote for officers for next year.  Also, we will be setting up for the banquet right after school.  Meal starts at 6 pm.  

eSports is having an open house tomorrow night at 7:00 pm in the media center. The public is invited to come and see what eSports is all about.

Seniors need to bring their cap and gown to graduation practice on Wednesday, May 1st.  Practice will be Wednesday morning at 8:00 a.m.

FFA reminder: Our banquet is tonight! Don't forget to bring your assigned dish for the meal, plan on setting up and tearing down. Meal starts at 6!

Any Junior interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from Mrs. Fischer.  All applications are due by next Tuesday, April 30th.

Any sophomore interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from the office. All applications are due back by April 30th.

 

Friday, April 26, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

If any student has volunteered to do community service for any group/individual and feel they are worthy of Honor S-S points, please see Mr. Stithem today!

FFA reminder: Our banquet is Monday! Don't forget to bring your assigned dish for the meal, plan on setting up and tearing down. Meal starts at 6!

Yesterday afternoon the West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team hosted a quad at Indian Trails.  The team finished second in this event and Teague shot a 1 under par 35 to finish in first place.  Up next is the Logan View Invite next Tuesday.

Any Junior interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from Mrs. Fischer.  All applications are due by next Tuesday, April 30th.

Any sophomore interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from the office. All applications are due back by April 30th.

Seniors: You are reminded that all of your library materials are due back in the library to Mrs. Alsmeyer by May 1st.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

TUESDAY: TR @ Ft. Calhoun, 1:30 p.m.; State Journalism @ NECC; esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; Basketball before school; Baseball host Wayne @ Wpt, 5 p.m.; esports recruitment night, Mrs. Schafer's room, 5:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY: Golf @ NBC Invite, 9 a.m.; Volleyball before school; Drop Everything & Read, 10:40 a.m.; Trojan Time; NSEA testing; National Walk @ Lunch Day.

THURSDAY: esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; Golf @ ITCC, 4 p.m.; Elementary Come to Track Practice, 3:30 p.m.; NSEA testing

FRIDAY: Shout-Out Breakfast, band room; JH TR @ O-C, 3 p.m.; esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; Baseball-Varsity Double-Header @ T-R, 4:30 p.m.

SATURDAY: EHC Track @ T-H, 9 a.m.

SUNDAY: Jr/Sr High Spring Concert, 7 p.m

 

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Friday Lunch: Crispito, refried beans, corn, tropical fruit

Monday Breakfast: Waffles

Monday Lunch: Lasagna rolls, garlic bread, lettuce, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Stuffed bagels

Tuesday Lunch: Chicken strips, curly fries, baked beans, mixed fruit

Wednesday Breakfast: Breakfast sandwich

Wednesday Lunch: Tater tot bar, peas, cookies, peaches

Thursday Breakfast: Parfaits

Thursday Lunch: Hot dogs, waffle fries, corn, apricots

 

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Thursday, April 25, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Scribner Days in conjunction with Freedom Fest on Memorial Weekend has a need for groups to provide food for a fundraiser and some other item.  FFA usually helps with the Family Games.  Please contact Kathy Lodl if your group would like to do a fundraising activity during that time.  She said it would be all weekend, starting on Friday.

Attention boys who are 18 and older: You are legally and federally obligated to register with the Selective Service System. The online registration form is located on the web at https://www.sss.gov/Home/Registration. This is your responsibility to make sure you get registered. Failure to register for the Selective Service equates to lost opportunity on a number of financial, educational, and occupational benefits such as: Federal student loans and grants (FAFSA), Federal job training benefits, and even some Federal jobs.Attention boys who are 18 and older: You are legally and federally obligated to register with the Selective Service System. The online registration form is located on the web at https://www.sss.gov/Home/Registration. This is your responsibility to make sure you get registered. Failure to register for the Selective Service equates to lost opportunity on a number of financial, educational, and occupational benefits such as: Federal student loans and grants (FAFSA), Federal job training benefits, and even some Federal jobs.

The West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team competed in the North Bend Central Invite yesterday.  The team finished in 2nd place, individually Teague established a new school record for low 18 hole round with a 66, finishing in first place.  Next up a quad tonight at Indian Trails outside of Beemer.

Any Junior interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from Mrs. Fischer.  All applications are due by next Tuesday, April 30th.

Any sophomore interested in being a class officer next year needs to pick up an application from the office. All applications are due back by April 30th.

Seniors: You are reminded that all of your library materials are due back in the library to Mrs. Alsmeyer by May 1st..                                                                    

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the State Journalism students and Mr. Stevens on their Class C State Runner-Up finish yesterday at State Journalism held at Northeast Community College in Norfolk: Infographic: Elissa Dames - 2nd; Laythen Streit - 8th   Newspaper Layout: Elissa Dames - 3rd; Christian - 7th    Photo Illustration: Nia Meyer - 8th  Yearbook Layout: Kaylin Niewohner - 7th  In Depth: 1) Christian Dames, Ronee Fritcher, Laythen Streit and Sam Stadt - 7th; Christian Dames and Elissa Dames - 5th; Christian Dames, Caleb Noel, Emily Lewin, Laythen Streit, Elissa Dames and Harley Baker - 4th  Yearbook Theme Development: Montanna Garule, Emily Lewin and Madison Brainard - 4th   Sports Broadcast: Sydney Wolfgram - 5th   PSA Broadcast: Elissa Dames - 1st     Editorial Cartoon: Caleb Noel - 7th; Harley Baker - 3rd  Entertainment Writing: Christian Dames - 1st     Newspaper Column Writing: Christian Dames - 3rd   Advertising: Faith Riggle - 4th; Elissa Dames - 1st   Yearbook Theme Writing: Emily Lewin - 6th    Yearbook Feature Writing: Emily Lewin - 3rd   

8th graders: An Honors Night/8th Grade promotion letter was mailed yesterday to your parents. Please make sure you bring this back to the office ASAP!

Staff and students will be participating in the National Walk at Lunch today. Jr. Students will walk at 11:50 a.m. along with any JH teachers and High school will walk at 12:50. Teachers will need to walk with their 6th period students.

Attention boys who are 18 and older: You are legally and federally obligated to register with the Selective Service System. The online registration form is located on the web at https://www.sss.gov/Home/Registration. This is your responsibility to make sure you get registered. Failure to register for the Selective Service equates to lost opportunity on a number of financial, educational, and occupational benefits such as: Federal student loans and grants (FAFSA), Federal job training benefits, and even some Federal jobs.

Scribner Days in conjunction with Freedom Fest on Memorial Weekend has a need for groups to provide food for a fundraiser and some other item.  FFA usually helps with the Family Games.  Please contact Kathy Lodl if your group would like to do a fundraising activity during that time.  She said it would be all weekend, starting on Friday.

Congratulations to the following for being selected as this year’s graduation ushers:  Head ushers - Noah B. and Emily L., Tanner P., Laythen S., Faith R., and Rachel L.  If you cannot fulfill this obligation on Saturday, May 4th, please let Mrs. Fischer know ASAP.

Reminder, those that are taking driver's ed that the fee for the class is due in the elementary office by the end of the day. 

There will be a Daddy/Daughter dance meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Drey's room.

Students: If you have received a sports award this year, for example, All-State, All-Conference, please stop in the office and verify that Shelly has it notated for Honors Night.

Seniors: You are reminded that all of your library materials are due back in the library to Mrs. Alsmeyer by May 1st.

There will be a basketball meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45 in Coach Piper’s room for any girls 8-11 that are interested in playing basketball next year. 

Drop Everything & Read is today at 10:40 a.m.

There are a few boxes of candy for sale in the office for $1.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Good luck to the State Journalism students today at NECC in Norfolk.

esports recruitment night is tonight in Mrs. Schafer's room, 5:30 p.m.

Reminder, those that are taking driver's ed that the fee for the class is due in the elementary office by 4 p.m. tomorrow, the 24th. 

There will be a basketball meeting Thursday morning at 7:45 in Coach Piper’s room for any girls 8-11 that are interested in playing basketball next year. 

There will be a volleyball open gym for any girls 8-11 tomorrow (Wednesday) morning from 6:30-7:30 am. 

Trojan Time is tomorrow morning. All students should report to their Home Room for their activity and then return to 1st period classes at 8:20 a.m.

Drop Everything & Read is also tomorrow at 10:40 a.m.

Last Thursday the West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team traveled to Norfolk to participate in the Lutheran High Invite.  Individually Teague captured the championship, out distancing second place by 5 strokes.  Next up, North Bend Central Invite tomorrow.


                                                                    

Thursday, April 18, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The Scholastic Book Fair begins today in the elementary building and will run until April 26th.

FFA reminder: Officer and award applications are due today! Events coming up include Ag Literacy Festival, banquet, and petting zoo. 

A reminder that there is no school tomorrow or Monday. Enjoy your Easter break.

Good luck to the State Journalism students Tuesday at NECC in Norfolk.


                                                                    

               

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

National Honor Society Tapping is today at 3 p.m. Teachers please escort your students to the gym at 2:55 p.m. National Honor Society members should meet in the Media Center at the beginning of 7th hour to set up for land practice for tapping.

Congratulations to Faith, Cailey and Elissa for being double-medal winners at the Tekamah-Herman Track Invite. Cailey was the gold medal winner in the discus. Congrats to all our SS athletes for their efforts in representing our school! 

The Scholastic Book Fair begins tomorrow in the elementary building and will run until April 26th.

There is a FFA Meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 am in the Ag Room. 

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Time is running out to get a yearbook with a name stamp. If you would like to purchase a yearbook with your name on it, you must either buy one or talk to Mr. Stevens before April 25th.

National Honor Society Tapping is tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. Teachers please escort your students to the gym at 2:55 p.m.

From May 1 until August 1st, the Dinklage Medical Clinic will be providing school sports physicals to athletes at a discounted rate of $49. School physical forms can be picked up in the office.

FFA Meeting - Thursday morning at 7:40 am in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing banquet and year end activities.  

Any 8-11th grade who would like to be in the One-Act next year is asked to attend a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45 a.m. in Mrs. Peter’s room.

QuizBowl team please meet in Mr. Stevens' room tomorrow morning at 7:50 for a group photo.

Any girl in 7th grade who is interested in attending the LV/SS Girls basketball camp May 28-30th should pick up a form on the bulletin board outside the office.

There is woodworking after school today..                                                                    

Monday, April 15, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The FCCLA banquet is tonight at 5:45 in the commons.  Members will decorate for the banquet right after school in the commons.  It won't take long at all.  Please be there.

Time is running out to get a yearbook with a name stamp. If you would like to purchase a yearbook with your name on it, you must either buy one or talk to Mr. Stevens before April 25th.

Seniors: Please come to the media center and get your senior picture that was used at Prom.

Juniors: Congratulations on putting together another successful Prom event. We have received tons of compliments on the decorations and food. There is boxed candy in the office for sale for $1 for anyone interested in purchasing some.

FFA Meeting - Thursday morning at 7:40 am in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing banquet and year end activities.  

SSCS received three ribbons from the EHC art conference held in West Point at the Nielsen Center. Ronee was awarded two blue ribbons for her entries and Johanna was awarded a blue ribbon for her entry. Congratulations to both entrants.

Any 8-11th grade who would like to be in the One-Act next year is asked to attend a meeting Wednesday morning at 7:45 a.m. in Mrs. Peter’s room.

QuizBowl team please meet in Mr. Stevens' room Wednesday morning at 7:50 for a group photo.

Reminder that the Red Cross Scholarship is due today! 

If anyone would like to purchase one of the extra prom glasses, the cost is $5.

National Honor Society meeting Tuesday morning at 7:50 a.m. in the Media Center.

Any girl in 7th grade who is interested in attending the LV/SS Girls basketball camp May 28-30th should pick up a form on the bulletin board outside the office.

There is Coding and Pottery after school today.

The baseball game tonight is in Scribner. Varsity action begins at 5 p.m.


                                                                    

Friday, April 12, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 23rd @ 5:30 pm the eSports team will be hosting a recruitment night. Stop by Mrs. Schafer's room to see what is happening and will be happening with eSports for next year.

Schern’s Detasseling has provided the school with a flyer for those students ages 13 and up for a summer detasseling job. If you are interested, pick up a flyer on the bulletin board.

FFA Members: Officer Applications and Greenhand/Chapter Award applications are available in the Ag Room.  

FCCLA banquet is Monday night at 5:45 in the commons.  High school members please bring a dessert.  Junior high members please bring a side dish or salad. 

The prom meal will begin at 6 p.m. for those who sent in their RSVP’s. Pictures for the public begin at 7 p.m. and the dance will begin at 8 p.m. Waiters & Waitresses need to be at the auditorium by 4:45 p.m. Students attending the Post Prom event will leave from the auditorium at 11:30. Make sure you and your date have completed the online waiver.


                                                                    

Thursday, April 11, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

April 23rd @ 5:30 pm the eSports team will be hosting a recruitment night. Stop by Mrs. Schafer's room to see what is happening and will be happening with eSports for next year.

Congratulations to Faith for winning the gold medal in the shot put at the BRLD Wolverine Invite. Cailey S placed 2nd in the discus and James placed in the 1600. Also congrats to the SS girls 4x1 of Madison, Rachel, Nia and Cailey for placing in that relay. Congrats to all SS athletes who competed!

Schern’s Detasseling has provided the school with a flyer for those students ages 13 and up for a summer detasseling job. If you are interested, pick up a flyer on the bulletin board.

FFA Members: Officer Applications and Greenhand/Chapter Award applications are available in the Ag Room.  

FCCLA banquet is Monday night at 5:45 in the commons.  High school members please bring a dessert.  Junior high members please bring a side dish or salad. 

The prom meal will begin at 6 p.m. for those who sent in their RSVP’s. Pictures for the public begin at 7 p.m. and the dance will begin at 8 p.m. Waiters & Waitresses need to be at the auditorium by 4:45 p.m. Students attending the Post Prom event will leave from the auditorium at 11:30. Make sure you and your date have completed the online waiver.

 


                                                                    

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Any girl in grades 8-11 who are interested in being on the dance team next year, a sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board outside the office.

A representative from FEMA was at the school this morning and provided some Disaster Assistance information. Flyers are available with information on how to get registered for help. If you are in need, please pick up a flyer outside the high school office.

Congratulations to Ronee Fritcher for qualifying in column writing for state journalism!

Conratulations to Hannah and Izzy for receiving silver in Chapter Service Project Display at state FCCLA.  Also, congratulations to Miranda and Addison for receiving Top Gold and advancing to Nationals with their project Chapter In Review.

April 23rd @ 5:30 pm the eSports team will be hosting a recruitment night. Stop by Mrs. Schafer's room to see what is happening and will be happening with eSports for next year.

FFA Members: Officer Applications and Greenhand/Chapter Award applications are available in the Ag Room.  

Students attending Post Prom: You will need to fill out a waiver form on the web for the Ruff House. The waiver is located online at: www.ruffhouse.fec.com

Any boy in grades 8-11 who are interested in attending a boy’s basketball camp this summer should pick up a form on the bulletin board outside the office.

Seniors: Your data sheets that you received last week in Mr. Stewart’s room are due TODAY!

Today is the deadline for any outside date dance forms to be turned into the office.

Voting for round two will conclude today before second lunch for the Marvel Cinematic Universe Bracket challenge.  If you want to vote, stop in Mr. Stewart's room and cast your vote before 12:15.

Juniors: You are reminded to meet at the shop door tomorrow morning at 7:30 a.m. to start loading up supplies to decorate. You will be gone all day so make sure you have been in contact with your teachers for any assignments you need to pick up. 

Junior High students should report to the band room today for 7th period. You will go to your assigned classrooms on Friday.


                                                                    

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Any girl in grades 8-11 who are interested in being on the dance team next year, a sign-up sheet is located on the bulletin board outside the office.

The West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team participated in a triangular at Northridge golf club yesterday in Tekamah.  As a team they finished 2nd.  Individually Teague finished 1st.  Next up is the Blair Invite next Tuesday.

Voting for round two will conclude on Wednesday April 10 before second lunch.  If you want to vote, stop in Mr. Stewart's room and cast your vote before second lunch on April 10.  All 7-12 students and staff are encouraged to let your voice be heard!

Prom waiters and waitresses will need to be at the auditorium on Saturday at 4:45 p.m.                                                                    

Monday, April 8, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the eSports team for placing second in the Amherst Tournament this weekend! 

Congratulations to those who participated in State FFA Convention: Grace for her flawless performance in the Talent Review, Hannah for her Gold Medal and top 5 finish in Discovery Speaking, and Jenna for her Blue ribbon in Agriscience.  The chapter was also recognized for their Chapter Display and participation in Connecting Chapters.  

Seniors: You need to return your data sheets to the office by Wednesday.

Juniors: You will have one last mandatory meeting tomorrow morning in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room to discuss Thursday’s decorating and finalize your supplies. Be in her room by 7:40 a.m. Also remind your parents that you will need to help clean-up on Sunday at noon! NO Exceptions!

Round one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Bracket Challenge is in the books and we had several upsets.  In our first upset #17 Thor defeated #16 Captain America: The First Avenger.  Our second upset was #20 The Incredible Hulk defeated #13 Captain Marvel.  #12 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 easily defeated #21 Thor: The Dark World.  Our third upset had #18 Avengers: Age of Ultron defeat #15 Iron Man 3, and in our final contest from round one #14 Ant-Man defeated #19 Iron Man 2.

Round 2's match-up are as follows: #1 Black Panther vs. #17 Thor, #8 Doctor Strange vs. #9 Captain America: The Winter Soldier, #4 Marvel's The Avengers vs. #20 The Incredible Hulk, #5 Spider-Man: Homecoming vs. #12 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, #2 Iron Man, vs. #18 Avengers: Age of Ultron, #7 Guardians of the Galaxy vs. #10 Ant-Man & the Wasp, #3 Thor: Ragnorok vs. #14 Ant-Man, and #6 Captain America: Civil War vs. #11 Avengers: Infinity War.

Voting for round two will conclude on Wednesday April 10 before second lunch.  If you want to vote, stop in Mr. Stewart's room and cast your vote before second lunch on April 10.  All 7-12 students and staff are encouraged to let your voice be heard!

Juniors and Seniors who are attending the Prom meal, a table sign-up sheet is available in the high school office. You will NOT be able to write in other people’s name when you sign-up.

Prom waiters and waitresses will need to be at the auditorium on Saturday at 4:45 p.m.

Today there is woodworking, pottery and coding club after school.

Today, all staff should escort their students to the gym for the assembly at 1:25 p.m.


                                                                    

Friday, April 5, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

High School track members competing today will eat @ 10:30 a.m. You will be dismissed at 10:15 to change and then eat and be ready to leave by 10:50 a.m.

Juniors: You will have one last mandatory meeting Tuesday morning in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room to discuss Thursday’s decorating and finalize your supplies. Be in her room by 7:40 a.m. Also: You will need to bring a 12 pk. of pop or case of water for the prom dance. Please have by Thursday morning.

Any senior interested in applying for the Red Cross Scholarship should pick up an application in Ms. Piper's room. Deadline for application and essay is April 15th.                                                                                                                                                         

Monday is the deadline for adding songs to the song list for the prom dance.
                                                                    

Thursday, April 4, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Attention 7-12 students and staff...  Avengers: Endgame will be in theaters in a little over 3 weeks.  To get ready for this be sure to participate in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Challenge.  It is quite simple, all you have to do is vote on that rounds matchups.  Round one voting begins today and the polls close before 2nd lunch on Friday April 5th.  Round one match ups feature #21 Thor: The Dark World vs. #12 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, #20 The Incredible Hulk vs. #13 Captain Marvel, #19 Iron Man 2 vs. #14 Ant-Man, #18 Avengers: Age of Ultron vs. #15 Iron Man 3, #17 Thor vs. #16 Captain America: The First Avenger.  If you would like to participate in round 1 voting, do so with Mr. Stewart before 2nd lunch on Friday April 5th.  Side note... seeding were based on Rotten Tomatoes website.

Senior Cap & Gown photos will be today at 2:40 p.m.

All JH Track athletes that are attending today's Triangular in West Point need to be dismissed at 2:15.  They will need to hustle over to the locker room and get their uniform on, then get the equipment loaded onto the bus. All non-participating JH kids will stay in their 7th period class and then report to Mr. McDuffee’s room for 8th period.

FFA Members attending state convention tomorrow: Be at the school at 6 am in official dress for high schoolers and dress clothes for junior high.  

Any senior interested in applying for the Red Cross Scholarship should pick up an application in Ms. Piper's room. Deadline for application and essay is April 15th. 

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.


                                                                    

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Seniors: You are reminded that Cap & Gown photos are today during 8th period. Make sure you have your gowns pressed and have appropriate shoes and clothes for your individual and group photo. If you don’t have your stuff here, you need to contact your parent and get it here.

7th graders: Report to Mrs. Ryun’s room today for 7th period with Mr. Peter’s.

Attention 7-12 students and staff...  Avengers: Endgame will be in theaters in a little over 3 weeks.  To get ready for this be sure to participate in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Challenge.  It is quite simple, all you have to do is vote on that rounds matchups.  Round one voting begins today and the polls close before 2nd lunch on Friday April 5th.  Round one match ups feature #21 Thor: The Dark World vs. #12 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, #20 The Incredible Hulk vs. #13 Captain Marvel, #19 Iron Man 2 vs. #14 Ant-Man, #18 Avengers: Age of Ultron vs. #15 Iron Man 3, #17 Thor vs. #16 Captain America: The First Avenger.  If you would like to participate in round 1 voting, do so with Mr. Stewart before 2nd lunch on Friday April 5th.  Side note... seeding were based on Rotten Tomatoes website.

FFA members leaving for state FFA convention today are to eat at 11:30 with the junior high, and then report to the Ag Room.  

Drop Everything & Read is today. Students in 9-12 grades will read at 11:30 and the JH students will read at 12:00 p.m.

Students you are again reminded that you are not allowed to just walk into the high school office looking for Mr. Stithem. You need to use the window.

West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder hosted their annual golf meet Monday at Indian Trails outside of Beemer.  72 golfers from 10 schools competed in the event.  As a team West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder finished 4th.  Individually Teague finished 3rd.

There is a FCCLA Daddy/Daughter dance meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Drey's room

Any senior interested in applying for the Red Cross Scholarship should pick up an application in Ms. Piper's room. Deadline for application and essay is April 15th. 

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.


                                                                    

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FFA members attending State FFA Convention - all yellow sheets are due tomorrow morning before 9 am!

FFA Chapter Display work night - right after school or track practice again tonight.

Seniors: You are reminded that Cap & Gown photos are tomorrow during 8th period. Make sure you have your gowns pressed and have appropriate shoes and clothes for your individual and group photo.

There is a FCCLA Daddy/Daughter dance meeting Thursday morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Drey's room

Any senior interested in applying for the Red Cross Scholarship should pick up an application in Ms. Piper's room. Deadline for application and essay is April 15th. 

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.


                                                                    

Monday, April 1, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the following students for qualifying for state journalism for yearbook, broadcasting and/or in depth categories: Elissa, Faith, Christian, Emily, Harley, Caleb, Laythen, Nia, Kaylin, Montanna, Madison, Ronee and Sam.

FFA Chapter Display work time - after school today in the Ag Room.  

FFA members attending State FFA Convention - all yellow sheets are due Wednesday morning, before 9 am!

FCCLA Daddy/Daughter dance meeting has been moved to Thursday morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Drey's room

Any senior interested in applying for the Red Cross Scholarship should pick up an application in Ms. Piper's room. Deadline for application and essay is April 15th. 

Any junior wanting to participate in ACT crunch night tonight needs to see Mrs. Wisnieski to get signed up.

All Juniors that will be testing at United church need to report by 7:45 a.m. for breakfast and those testing here at school should meet in the media center by 7:45 a.m. for breakfast as well.

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.                                                                    

Friday, March 29, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the following Staff, Parent and Students of the Month of March: Elementary Student - Nattlie Hull- 6th Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - Cailey Stout - 9th Grade; Elementary Staff - Alanna Connely - Para Professional; Jr. High/High School Staff - Bob Stewart - Jr. High/High School Social Studies Teacher; SSCS Parent - John Peters

Seniors - we will take cap and gown pictures Wednesday during 8th period.  You will be receiving your cap and gown today.  Please make sure that your gown is ironed and wrinkle free for pictures.  Also, you will need appropriate shoes and attire the day of pictures.

Seniors due the number of snow days, and the early graduation date, your last day will have to be Friday, May 3rd. We will however let you out on that day at 1:30 p.m. This is a State of NE law which requires students must complete 1040 Hours of instruction - sorry for the inconvenience - Mr. Stithem

FFA Chapter Display work time - after school on Monday in the Ag Room.  

At 1:30 today, members of the musical cast and crew will be performing a matinee for all staff and students. Teachers at 1:25 please escort your students to the gym. Cast and crew members should report to the gym after lunch today to get ready for the performance.

Any junior wanting to participate in ACT crunch night on April 1st from 6-7:30 a.m. are asked to see Mrs. Wisnieski to get signed up. On Tuesday, juniors that will be testing at United church need to report by 7:45 a.m. for breakfast and those testing here at school should meet in the media center by 7:45 a.m. for breakfast as well.

The West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder golf team hosted a four team meet at Indian Trails yesterday afternoon.  As a team they finished 2nd to Oakland-Craig.  Individually Teague finished second in his first outing of the season.  Next up for the golf team is the West Point-Beemer/Scribner-Snyder Invite on Monday at Indian Trails.

FCCLA members, please bring your individually wrapped desserts or bagged cookies to Mrs. Drey's room before the end of the day.  There is a sign-up sheet outside of Mrs. Drey's room if you can help serve lunch tomorrow.  Mrs. Drey will let you know what time we are leaving as soon as she gets confirmation from the clean-up volunteers.  Most likely 11-2.

eSports team be at school tomorrow morning at 8:30 to prepare for the tournament. Tournament play starts at 9 a.m.

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.

Help S-S FCCLA raise funds to help those cleaning up from flood damage. Money raised will be used to feed local cleanup crews this coming Saturday. Any leftover money will be donated to local organizations in need of flood assistance. Classroom competition, which starts today and ends Friday-The class who raises the most money will get pizza for their classroom Monday, April 1st-No Fool!  Buckets for each classroom will be available for donations at lunchtime today. The following teachers will have the buckets: 7th-McDuffee/8th-Drey/9th-Schafer/10th-Stewart/11th-Stevens/12th-Wisnieski.

Seniors: The following seniors still need to bring a 5x7 photo to the office: Sebastian, Corben and Johanna                                                                     

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th.  

Seniors - we will take cap and gown pictures Wednesday, April 3 during 8th period.  You will be receiving your cap and gown today.  Please make sure that your gown is ironed and wrinkle free for pictures.  Also, you will need appropriate shoes and attire the day of pictures.

Congratulations to Faith, Cailey and Elissa for medaling at yesterday's West Point Invitational Track Meet. Congratulations to all SS track athletes for your efforts and representing our school!

FFA chapter display planning meeting - Thursday morning at 7:43 in the ag room.  

Staff and Students: A reminder that we'll be having our first "Drop Everything and Read" session today at the beginning of 4th period.

eSports team be at school Sat. Mar. 30 at 8:30 to prepare for the tournament. Tournament play starts at 9 a.m.

There will be a short volleyball meeting in Coach Piper's room immediately after school tomorrow for anyone (grades 8-11) interested in playing next year.  Note time change.

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.

Help S-S FCCLA raise funds to help those cleaning up from flood damage. Money raised will be used to feed local cleanup crews this coming Saturday. Any leftover money will be donated to local organizations in need of flood assistance. Classroom competition, which starts today and ends Friday-The class who raises the most money will get pizza for their classroom Monday, April 1st-No Fool!  Buckets for each classroom will be available for donations at lunchtime today. The following teachers will have the buckets: 7th-McDuffee/8th-Drey/9th-Schafer/10th-Stewart/11th-Stevens/12th-Wisnieski.

Any members of community service club who want to help with the Musical Dinner on Saturday, March 30th, please sign up on Mr. Stevens' door.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: The following seniors still need to bring a 5x7 photo to the office: Sebastian, Corben, Jamie, Kaylin and Johanna                                                                  

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th.  Please return your RSVP for the prom meal.

Trojan Time is tomorrow morning during 1st period for 20 minutes. Group 2 is in charge of the activity. Students should report directly to their group room for attendance and lunch. At 7:55 breakfast will be available for those wishing breakfast. Do not report before 7:55 or you will be charged for a breakfast entrée.

Staff and Students: A reminder that we'll be having our first "Drop Everything and Read" session tomorrow at the beginning of 4th period. The session will last 20 minutes, teachers please keep track of your own time. Students please make sure you check materials out properly from the library or bring something to read from home. We're asking that students have their materials with them so we don't have a bunch of kids roaming the halls during reading time.

Track team members will need to be dismissed at 10:20 a.m. today and immediately get your uniforms on for a team/individual picture in the gym. You will eat after the photos are done.

eSports team be at school Sat. Mar. 30 at 8:30 to prepare for the tournament. Tournament play starts at 9 a.m.

There will be a short volleyball meeting in Coach Piper's room at 7:45 am on Thursday for anyone (grades 8-11) interested in playing next year. 

A song list request form is located outside the high school office for students to submit songs to be played at Prom. Please make sure your song choice is appropriate and a good choice for the dance.

Help S-S FCCLA raise funds to help those cleaning up from flood damage. Money raised will be used to feed local cleanup crews this coming Saturday. Any leftover money will be donated to local organizations in need of flood assistance. Classroom competition, which starts today and ends Friday-The class who raises the most money will get pizza for their classroom Monday, April 1st-No Fool!  Buckets for each classroom will be available for donations at lunchtime today. The following teachers will have the buckets: 7th-McDuffee/8th-Drey/9th-Schafer/10th-Stewart/11th-Stevens/12th-Wisnieski.

Any members of community service club who want to help with the Musical Dinner on Saturday, March 30th, please sign up on Mr. Stevens' door.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: The following seniors still need to bring a 5x7 photo to the office: Sebastian, Corben, Tristan, Ronee, James, Jamie, Kaylin and Johanna

Students: When you take materials from the media center, you MUST check them out.


                                                                    

Monday, March 25, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th. Today is the deadline for Prom meal RSVP’s for Juniors, Seniors and staff.

Help S-S FCCLA raise funds to help those cleaning up from flood damage. Money raised will be used to feed local cleanup crews this coming Saturday. Any leftover money will be donated to local organizations in need of flood assistance. Classroom competition, which starts today and ends Friday-The class who raises the most money will get pizza for their classroom Monday, April 1st-No Fool!  Buckets for each classroom will be available for donations at lunchtime today. The following teachers will have the buckets: 7th-McDuffee/8th-Drey/9th-Schafer/10th-Stewart/11th-Stevens/12th-Wisnieski.

If you placed a Collective Goods order, items will arrive tomorrow so please stop in the elementary office and pick them up.

Quiz Bowl meet at the high school office at 3:40 for our trip to conference quiz bowl in Leigh.

Any members of community service club who want to help with the Musical Dinner on Saturday, March 30th, please sign up on Mr. Stevens' door.

The baseball game that was scheduled for today will now take place tomorrow.

There will be a FCCLA meeting tomorrow morning at 7:45 a.m.

FFA BBQ and Auction is tonight.   A portion of our proceeds for the evening will be donated to Flood Relief.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Students: When you take materials from the media center, you MUST check them out.                                                                    

Friday, March 22, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th. Also: Prom meal RSVP’s for Juniors, Seniors and staff are due back to the office by Monday. Post Prom form deadline is TODAY!

A big congrats goes out to Elissa, Maddy, and Jillian for qualifying for National FCCLA Convention! Elissa and Jillian qualified for Digital Stories for Change and Maddy for Chapter website design.

There will be a FCCLA meeting Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m.

Musical practice for 7th and 8th period:  We will work out the dream ballet during 7th period and then choir only kids during 8th period to focus on lines.  Thank you teachers so much for being cooperative with these changes to the schedules.

JH students please report to Art or Spanish today instead of music.

FFA BBQ and Auction is Monday.  We hope you can join us for a tasty meal and a good time.  A portion of our proceeds for the evening will be donated to Flood Relief.

FFA Reminders: If you want a state FFA shirt, sign up before lunch!  Also, don't forget to bring your official dress, desserts, pies, and donations for Monday!! Plan on being here right after school to help set up.  

The schedule for Monday's blood drive is posted outside the office or stop in and see Ms. Piper about your time. Please double check your time for Monday. Reminder for anyone wanting to donate blood to drink lots of water the day before and eat before donating. 

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Students: When you take materials for Drop Everything and Read time, you cannot just take them, you must check them out with Mrs. Alsmeyer.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Wednesday: Senior Sneak Trip; Reading Club after school;

Thursday: Woodworking after school; Baseball game cancelled

Friday: Baseball (Varsity only) @ Wahoo, 6:30 p.m.  

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Friday Lunch: Fish taco’s, chips, lettuce, peaches

Monday Breakfast: Pancake on a stick

Monday Lunch: Chicken patty on bun, fries, baked beans, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Cherry turnovers

Tuesday Lunch: Enchilada, rice, lettuce, apricots

Wednesday Breakfast: French toast sticks

Wednesday Lunch: Corn dogs, chips, baby carrots, oranges

Thursday Breakfast: Apple frudel

Thursday Lunch: Cream chicken over biscuits, peas, cookie, tropical fruit

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Thursday, March 21, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th. Also: Prom meal RSVP’s for Juniors, Seniors and staff are due back to the office by Monday. Post Prom form deadline was extended to tomorrow for those wishing to attend those festivities this year. Make sure these forms are all returned to the office.

There will be a FCCLA meeting Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m.

If anyone is interested in a one of a kind T-shirt of the West Point-Beemer Scribner-Snyder Golf Team, you have until Thursday March 28 to get your sizes and money to Mr. Stewart

There is a FFA Meeting tomorrow morning at 7:35 in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing the BBQ Auction and State Convention. 

The American Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, March 25th from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please talk to Ms. Piper as soon as possible. In order to donate, you must be 16 years old with parent permission. If you are 17 or older, you do not need parent permission. 

There will be Quiz Bowl practice in Mrs. Schafer's room at 7:30 tomorrow morning.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Students: When you take materials for Drop Everything and Read time, you cannot just take them, you must check them out with Mrs. Alsmeyer.                                                                  

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prom dance school permission forms are available for any student bringing an outside date to prom. These are due back by April 10th. Also: Prom meal RSVP’s for Juniors, Seniors and staff are due back to the office by March 25th. Post Prom RSVP's need to be back by Friday.

If anyone is interested in a one of a kind T-shirt of the West Point-Beemer Scribner-Snyder Golf Team, you have until Thursday March 28 to get your sizes and money to Mr. Stewart.  Don't miss out on what is sure to be a collectors item!  Order Forms can be found at the office or with Mr. Stewart.  Cost is $15 up to XL.  The cost for XXL is $17, and for every X beyond is $1 per X.

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EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Wednesday: Seniors leave on sneak trip; Reading club after school; Jr. class meeting, 12:50 p.m.

Thursday: esports team leaves for Kearney, 6:30 a.m.; Woodworking after school; JV/V Baseball host Yutan-CANCELLED

Friday: Varsity baseball @ Wahoo, 6:30 p.m.

A Meeting: Friday morning at 7:35 in the Ag Room.  We will be discussing the BBQ Auction and State Convention. 

The American Red Cross Blood Drive is scheduled for Monday, March 25th from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. If you are interested in donating, please talk to Ms. Piper as soon as possible. In order to donate, you must be 16 years old with parent permission. If you are 17 or older, you do not need parent permission. 

Any remaining students that would like to sign up for driver's ed please do so by the end of today, Wednesday, March 20th.

Juniors: You will have a very brief meeting today at 12:50 in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Make sure you know of everything that needs to be ordered and have the glass design picked out.

There will be musical practice today during 7th & 8th period and tomorrow during 1st & 2nd period.

eSports team be at the school by 6:30 tomorrow morning to leave for Kearney. We should be back no later than 4:30. Turn your yellow sheets into Mrs. Schafer by 3:30 today!!!

Quiz Bowl practice will be in Mrs. Schafer's room at 7:30 on Friday morning.

Prom waiters and waitresses: If you haven’t been informed about what to wear or you can’t remember, please make sure you talk to the office.

Track order forms for shirts are on the stage, in Mr. McDuffee's room or on the office counter.  They are due Friday.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Students: When you take materials for Drop Everything and Read time, you cannot just take them, you must check them out with Mrs. Alsmeyer.

                                                                   

 

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

There is a FCCLA meeting Thurday morning at 7:45 a.m. in Mrs. Drey’s room.

The eSports team your scrimmage against GI Northwest has been moved up to tonight instead of Thursday at 4:00 pm! 

Deadline for post prom forms is Friday since we didn’t have school last Thursday or Friday. If you need a form, come to the office TODAY!

Track order forms for shirts are on the stage, in Mr. McDuffee's room or on the office counter.  They are due Friday.

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Items from Collective Goods are for sale in the elementary copy room until March 14th for anyone interested.

Friday is the deadline to sign up for taking Driver’s Ed. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Monday: BOE meeting, 6:30 p.m.; Coding Club & pottery after school; esports, 7 p.m.

Tuesday: esports competition vs. Northwest, 4 p.m.

Wednesday: District Speech; All Staff Board meeting, 7:35 a.m.; Trojan Time-Period 2

Thursday: Woodworking after school;

Friday: esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; Alumni Tournament BB games begin, 7 p.m.

Saturday: Alumni Tournament-BB & VB games begin AM; NWU Track meet, 9 a.m.

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Tuesday Lunch: Cherry blossom chicken, rice, stir fry veggies, pineapple, fortune cookies

Wednesday Breakfast: Stuffed bagels

Wednesday Lunch: Philly sandwich, fries, California veggies, Tropical fruit

Thursday Breakfast: Breakfast sandwich

Thursday Lunch: Pizza burger, tater tots, corn, mandarin oranges

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Fish taco’s, chips, lettuce, peaches

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Monday, March 11, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Pi day is this week on Thursday.

Track order forms for shirts are on the stage, in Mr. McDuffee's room or on the office counter.  They are due Friday.

FFA Members - Donations need done ASAP!!  Items should be coming in to Mrs. Ryun! 

Applications for the City of Scribner lifeguard and water safety aide positions are available in the high school office. These need to be completed and returned to the city clerk’s office. If you have questions, call the city clerk. 

JH wrestling uniform check in will be during 8th hour today. 

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Items from Collective Goods are for sale in the elementary copy room until March 14th for anyone interested.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

                                                                    

 

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FFA Members - Donations need done ASAP!!  Items should be coming in to Mrs. Ryun!  The BBQ and Auction is only 12 days away!!!!  

JH wrestling uniform check in will be tomorrow during 8th hour.  If we do not have school 8th hour, it will be Monday. Please make sure you wash your singlets and sweatshirts before turning them in.

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Items from Collective Goods are for sale in the elementary copy room until March 14th for anyone interested.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

The end of the 3rd quarter is tomorrow. All assignments are due by the end of the day today!

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

Monday: JH WR @ WP-B, 4 p.m.; Board games & pottery after school; esports competition vs Louisville, 4 p.m.; FFA World Food Prize

Tuesday: esports competition vs Amherst, 4 p.m.; Speech Night @ S-S, 7 p.m (Media Center).; track practice, 7 a.m.

Wednesday: Reading club after school

Thursday: Boys State BB tournament begins; End 3rd quarter, 1:30 p.m. dismissal; track practice, 7 a.m.

Friday: NO School; Boys State BB tournament continues

Saturday: Boys State BB Finals

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Wednesday Lunch: Cheese pizza, lettuce, bread sticks, pears

Thursday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Thursday Lunch: Corn dogs, chips, baby carrots, oranges

Friday—NO SCHOOL

Monday Breakfast: Combo Bar

Monday Lunch: Chicken legs, mashed potatoes w/gravy, green beans, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Cherry frudel

Tuesday Lunch: Cherry blossom chicken, rice, stir fry veggies, pineapple fortune cookies

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students and Staff - With the chance of snow coming in on Wednesday night into Thursday we're asking that students have all their end of the quarter work turned in on Wednesday. The teachers have been told not to accept work after this time. Missing work will be counted as zeros in the grade book so please plan accordingly.

Everyone is invited to attend the S-S Speech Night tonight in the High School Media Center starting at 7 p.m. Treats will be provided.

Congratulations to the JH Wrestlers on their finish yesterday in the West Point-Beemer JH Invite.  Medalists included: 1st Place - Austin Adams, 2nd Place - Ashley Stadt, Hannah Ryun, Neveah Jurisch, 3rd Place - Kristen Schellenberg, Wristan Brainard, Jillian Adams, Haylee Jarosz, 4th Place - Dacien Baumann, Allie Brainard. Congratulations to all the JH wrestlers on an excellent season!

Juniors: Don’t forget you have a mandatory meeting tomorrow morning in Mrs . Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m. Be ready to present everything you will need to build, order, food, invitations, etc.

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Prom glasses are still on sale. Sign-up in the office.                                                                     

Monday, March 4, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Juniors: You will have a mandatory meeting Wednesday morning in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Be prepare to present everything you will be using for your corner. Also a reminder that on Thursday everyone will work a shift for the concession stand during the speech meet.

Please dismiss the JH Wrestlers at 2:20 for their departure to West Point.  JH wrestlers, please put your laptops away, get your stuff ready and report to the wrestling room ASAP for a team photo.  We will leave as soon as everybody is ready. Wrestling starts at 4:00.

Congratulations to the following speech team members for placing Saturday at the Waverly Speech Meet: 3rd place-Nia-Informative; 4th place-Jillian-Informative and Elissa-Entertainment.

Seniors: A framed (non-breakable) 5x7 senior photo is needed for the prom senior corner. Please have your photo to the office by March 31st.

Yearbooks continue to be on sale! See Mr. Stevens for details!

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Prom glasses are still on sale. Sign-up in the office.


                                                                    

Friday, March 1, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Juniors: You will have a mandatory meeting Wednesday morning in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Be prepare to present everything you will be using for your corner. Also a reminder that on Thursday you have the concession stand during the speech meet. Everyone will be expected to work at some point. When I know more about how long this is expected to last, a work shift sign-up sheet will be posted but everyone should know they will be working a shift. No exceptions!

Reminder that next Thursday is the end of the quarter. All missing assignments that you may have need to be turned in before then.

Today as part of Read Across America, students are invited to come to the media center after lunch and grab a cup of popcorn to enjoy.

Attention all boys who are interested in playing baseball this summer in the Legion baseball program. There is information and sign-up sheet located outside the office.

The Speech team will leave tomorrow morning at 7:15 a.m. for Waverly.

Yearbooks continue to be on sale! See Mr. Stevens for details!

The quiz bowl students are hosting a Trivial Pursuit Night tonight at 7:00pm in Mrs. Schafer's Room. Everyone is invited for a fun evening! 

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Prom glasses are still on sale. Sign-up in the office. Waiters and waitresses: Please check in the office today so that you can find out what you are expected to wear for Prom.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

MONDAY: JH GBB game postponed until tomorrow; Board games & pottery after school; Army Rep Visit

TUESDAY: JH GBB @ Arlington, 5 p.m.; JH WR @ L-V, 4:30 p.m.; esports practice, 3:30 p.m.; EHC Speech Meet @ B-R, 9 a.m.; Pre-School/Kindergarten Round-Up Open House, 5:30 -6:30 p.m.; Track check-out before school-Jr/Sr's only

WEDNESDAY: Dist. FFA CDE's @ NECC, WSC Rep Visit; Track check-out before school-So/Fr; Quiz Bowl practice, 7:25 a.m.

THURSDAY: Girls State BB tournament; esports practice, 3:30 p.m.

FRIDAY: Girls State BB tournament; NECC Rep Visit; Quiz Bowl practice; Trivia Pursuit Night @ S-S, 7 p.m.

SATURDAY: Girls State BB Finals; Speech Meet @ Waverly

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Friday Lunch: Crispito, green beans, chips & salsa, mandarin oranges

Monday Breakfast: Biscuits & Gravy

Monday Lunch: BBQ rib on bun, fries, corn, peaches

Tuesday Breakfast: Banana bread

Tuesday Lunch: Meat balls, scalloped potatoes, peas, apricots

Wednesday Breakfast: Long Johns

Wednesday Lunch: Cheese pizza, lettuce, bread sticks, pears

Thursday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Thursday Lunch: Corn dogs, chips, baby carrots, oranges

Friday—NO SCHOOL

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Thursday, February 28, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The office know has 2 girls’ rings that have been found and turned in to the office. If you are missing a ring, please see Shelly to identify and claim.

Students: A reminder that next Thursday is the end of the quarter. If you are behind in any of your classes and have make-up work to turn in, you must have it all completed by then or you will receive zero’s for those assignments.

Attention all boys who are interested in playing baseball this summer in the Legion baseball program. There is information and sign-up sheet located outside the office.

Yearbooks continue to be on sale! See Mr. Stevens for details!

There will be quiz bowl practice tomorrow Morning at 7:25 in Mrs. Schafer's Room.

The quiz bowl students are hosting a Trivial Pursuit Night Friday starting a 7:00pm in Mrs. Schafer's Room. Everyone is invited for a fun evening! 

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

                                                                    

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the February Staff, Parent (new) and Students of the Month: Elementary Student - Tobin Meyer - 5th Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - Faith Riggle - 11th Grade; Elementary Staff - Julie Wuestewald - 2nd Grade Teacher; Jr. High/High School Staff - Michelle Ryun - Ag Teacher/FFA Sponsor; SSCS Parent - Nicki Schnoor – PTA

Congratulations to Jillian and Elissa for their 6th place finish yesterday at the EHC Speech Meet.

Speech practice will be at 6 p.m. instead of the previous set time of 5:30 p.m.

Congrats to the JH Wrestlers on their finish yesterday at the LV JH Wrestling Invite.  1st place - Kristen Andrews, 2nd Place - Jillian Adams, Ashley Stadt, and Haylee Jarosz.  3rd Place - Dacien Baumann and Wristan Brainard, 4th Place - Allie Brainard, Hannah Ryun, and Austin Adams.  They will compete next Monday at the West Point-Beemer Invite.

Mentors: Reminder that you should meet with their little person today.

Attention all boys who are interested in playing baseball this summer in the Legion baseball program. There is information and sign-up sheet located outside the office.

Yearbooks continue to be on sale! See Mr. Stevens for details!

There will be quiz bowl practice Friday Morning at 7:25 in Mrs. Schafer's Room.

The quiz bowl students are hosting a Trivial Pursuit Night Friday starting a 7:00pm in Mrs. Schafer's Room. Everyone is invited for a fun evening! 

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office by Thursday.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

The JH Wrestlers will depart at 3:10 for their tournament in Logan View.  Report to the wrestling room with all of your stuff ready. Wrestling starts at 4:30.

There will be quiz bowl practice Wed and Friday Morning at 7:25 in Mrs. Schafer's Room.

Also Friday the quiz bowl students are hosting a Trivial Pursuit Night starting a 7:00pm in Mrs. Schafer's Room. Everyone is invited for a fun evening! 

Trojan Time will begin on Wednesday: Students need to check the bulletin board outside the office to see what group they are in and what room to report to Wednesday morning at 8 a.m.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office by Thursday.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

                                                                    

Monday, February 25, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students: If you get blue slips for any reason and then you will not be gone for whatever reason, you MUST notify the office so that your attendance isn’t marked as you being absent.

Junior High will eat lunch today at 11:25 and return to Period 3 at 11:55. Seniors will be dismissed at 11:48 with the remainder of the high school students dismissed by the bell.

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

The following speech team members will be competing tomorrow at the EHC Speech meet in Bancroft: Good luck Christian, Elissa, Jillian, Nia and Harley.

HS track practice begins this Wednesday, Feb. 27th. A list of upcoming practices is posted in the locker room hallway. HS track check-out is as follows: Tuesday,  February 26th ---7:35 a.m.----seniors; 7:45 a.m.----juniors Juniors and seniors going out for track that will be attending Conference Speech Meet tomorrow can make arrangements with Mr. Kellough to check-out today; Wednesday, February 27th  ------7:35 a.m.---sophomores; 7:45 a.m.---freshmen; Track check-out will be in the weight room.

The Army will be here today during lunch.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Wayne State rep on Wednesday needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office by the 26th.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office by Thursday.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Seniors: If you haven’t submitted a photo to the office for the class composite, you need to do so by Thursday.

                                                                    

Friday, February 22, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

FFA Week: Trivia ? - The Greenhand pin is made of bronze.  Kaiden, Stephana, and others will be receiving a prize for getting that correct.  

Today's ? - Which FFA officer is stationed by the ear of corn? Who is it in our chapter? 
Guess How Many: There were 682 Skittles and Jellybeans - Miranda is the winner; and there were 373 M&M's - Ronee is the winner.  

Congratulations to Austin P, Hannah, and Ashley for finding the owl.  It is hidden again, so be looking for it!  

Today, there will be ballots in the Hall to guess the FFA member baby pictures.  
Thanks to everyone who has participated this week!  

All Juniors and Seniors need to meet in the Media Center today at 1:00 p.m. for a presentation.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Wayne State rep on Wednesday, February 27th needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office by the 26th.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Seniors: The majority of the class has not submitted a class photo for the composite. I need to submit this to Interstate Studio no later than Feb. 28th! Do not wait to get this done. The sooner I can submit the photos, the sooner we will get the print back for graduation.                                                                   

Thursday, February 21, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

All Juniors and Seniors need to meet in the Media Center at 1:00 p.m. on Friday for a presentation.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Wayne State rep on Wednesday, February 27th needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office by the 26th.

Juniors you are reminded to make sure you have all of your supplies that need to be ordered to Ms. Rangeloff by tomorrow.

There is esports practice today after school.

FFA Week: Trivia ? - There were 260, 450 active FFA members that served in World War II.  Shelly and Justin can claim their prizes.
Todays ? - The Greenhand pin is made of what medal? 

The jars of "Guess How Many" will remain in the media center through today.

We will have a Snack Attack during 8th period today.  Listen for Shelly to announce you to the media center! Tomorrow: Members should wear official dress.  Others, please join us by wearing blue and gold.  

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th. Classes begin May 4th.

Seniors: The majority of the class has not submitted a class photo for the composite. I need to submit this to Interstate Studio no later than Feb. 28th! Do not wait to get this done. The sooner I can submit the photos, the sooner we will get the print back for graduation.

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

Good luck to the LVSS boy’s basketball team tonight at sub-districts in Oakland. LVSS plays the 2nd game and it will begin at approximately 6:30 p.m.

FFA Week: Trivia? - FFA Week: Trivia? - How many medals can be worn on the front of an FFA jacket? 3 (no one answered, so no prize was awarded)
Today's ?: How many active FFA members served in World War II? 
Tomorrow is wear your FFA t-shirt and attire day.  Also, we will be providing breakfast for FFA members and school staff (If there is no school or a late start, we will push this back to Thursday).  
Noah found the hidden owl yesterday!  It is hidden again today.  
Also happening today, there are two jars in the media center.  Guess how many items are in each to win their contents!  

 
There will be quiz bowl practice tomorrow morning at 7:25 am in Mrs. Schafer's room.

Congrats to the following JH wrestlers on their finish in the Pender JH Wrestling tournament.  1st Place - Kristen Andrews, 2nd Place - Allie Brainard and Haylee Jarosz.  3rd Place - Ashley Stadt, Hannah Ryun, and Austin Adams.  They will next compete next Tuesday 2/26 at Logan View.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th.

Seniors who haven't turned in a composite photo need to do so ASAP!

Monday, February 18, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the following sophomores for being voted this year’s waiters and waitresses for Prom. Madison Brainard, Nia Meyer, Samantha Stadt, Sydney Wolfgram, Harley Baker, Daymen Jurisch, Matt Hull and Jorge Sotello.

All JH wrestlers will need to dismiss immediately following 7th period and report to the wrestling room with their stuff.  The bus will leave at 2:45 for Pender.

Yearbook are on sale! Get yours before it is too late. They are $50 or $55 with name stamp. See Mr. Stevens for details!

FFA Week: Trivia? - How many medals can be worn on the front of an FFA jacket? 
Tomorrow is dress like a farmer or rancher day, and drive your farm machinery to school.  
Also, be on the look out for an owl hidden in the school.  The first to bring it to Mrs. Ryun each day will receive a prize.  

There will be quiz bowl practice Wednesday at 7:25 am in Mrs. Schafer's room.

 FFA Reminders - Members need to sign up to bring breakfast items and brownies for this week.

There is coding club and pottery today after school.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th.

Seniors: The majority of the class has not submitted a class photo for the composite. I need to submit this to Interstate Studio no later than Feb. 28th! Do not wait to get this done. The sooner I can submit the photos, the sooner we will get the print back for graduation.                                                                    

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

A reminder that we don’t have school tomorrow or Friday. Enjoy your days off.

FFA Week is next week!  Monday is Pajama Day.  So, roll out of bed; thank a farmer for your pajamas and breakfast, and come to school to celebrate with us! 

FFA Reminders - Members need to sign up to bring breakfast items and brownies for next week, and get your donations done this weekend! 

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th.

Seniors: The majority of the class has not submitted a class photo for the composite. I need to submit this to Interstate Studio no later than Feb. 28th! Do not wait to get this done. The sooner I can submit the photos, the sooner we will get the proof back for graduation.

EVENTS FOR THE WEEK:

MONDAY: BOE meeting, 6:30 p.m.; JH GBB @ F-Bergan, 6 p.m.; Sub-district GBB @ O-C/LVSS vs. T-H @ 7 p.m.; FCCLA District STAR @ WSC; esports practice, coding club and pottery after school

TUESDAY: Sub-District GBB, TBD; State FFA Degree Interviews @ WP-B; esports practice, 3:30 p;m.; FFA Week committee meeting, 7:42 a.m.

WEDNESDAY: Walking before school; Reading club after school; All Staff meeting, 7:30 a.m.; Careerocket trip to Airlite Plastics (Sophomores); FFA meeting, 7:34 a.m.

THURSDAY: State Wrestling-Omaha; JH GBB host W-P @ L-V, 3:30 p.m.; Girls Sub-District finals, TBD; No School-Teacher Workday/Parent/Teacher Conferences, 3 p.m.; Read Across America teacher meeting, 12:30 p.m.

FRIDAY: NO School; State Wrestling-Omaha; BBB host Yutan @ L-V, 6 p.m.

SATURDAY: C Team BBB @ T-H Tournament, 9 a.m.   

                                                                     LUNCH SCHEDULE

Wednesday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, baked beans, mixed fruit

Thursday & Friday—NO School

Monday Breakfast: Waffles

Monday Lunch: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, peas, peaches

Tuesday Breakfast: Pop Tarts

Tuesday Lunch: Chili, cinnamon rolls, celery sticks, pears

Wednesday Breakfast: Breakfast pizza

Wednesday Lunch: Cream chicken over biscuits, cooked broccoli, cookies, mixed fruit

Thursday Breakfast: Apple frudel

Thursday Lunch: BBQ Beef sandwich, fries, baked beans, apricots

 

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in the office. The cost is estimated at $8. Deadline to order is Feb. 28th.

Congratulations to these FCCLA members who received medals at STAR districts in Wayne yesterday:

Miranda and Addison in Chapter in Review display silver - advancing to state; Hannah and Izzy in Chapter Service Project Display silver - advancing to state; Stephana in Illustrated Talk silver - advancing to state

Rylee and McKenna in Chapter Service Project Portfolio bronze; Thomas in Sports Nutrition bronze

FCCLA members be sure you have your sticky notes on lockers today.

If you didn't get a chance to order an FCCLA Valentine cookie, or would like more, we have plenty of extras for sale!  See Mrs. Drey or an FCCLA member before or after school.

This is National FCCLA week.  Today many members are wearing red.  Red suggests strength, courage, and determination- personal qualities leading to happiness through a positive self-image. 

Sophomores need to meet in the Media Center Wednesday morning by 7:55 a.m..

Junior High and High School teachers need to make sure to email Mrs. Fischer  any students who need to make up MAP testing.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up on the high school office bulletin board by Friday, March 15th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th. Cost of the class is $225 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 24th.

Seniors: The majority of the class has not submitted a class photo for the composite. I need to submit this to Interstate Studio no later than Feb. 28th! Do not wait to get this done. The sooner I can submit the photos, the sooner we will get the proof back for graduation.                                                                 

Monday, Feb. 11, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

This week is Random Act of Kindness Week (Feb. 11-17). Students and staff are encouraged to help celebrate this week by doing random acts of kindness to help brighten someone else’s day. If each student or staff members does at least 2 acts throughout the week, imagine how happy those 500+ people will be. Remember: No gesture is too small or too big. The important thing is to be kind, be thoughtful and live generously.

Sophomores are reminded to have their yellow sheets turned in by the end of the day tomorrow or you will not be attending the field trip on Wednesday.

Good luck to the LVSS girls basketball team at sub-districts tonight in Oakland. The girls play T-H @ 7 p.m. The girls team will leave from the back today at 4:20 p.m.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the UNK or UNL rep on Monday and Tuesday of next week, needs to sign up by Wednesday outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.

FFA Week Committee meeting: Tuesday at 7:42 in the Ag Room

FFA meeting Wednesday morning at 7:34 a.m.. We will be discussing FFA Week, BBQ/Auction, and upcoming contests.

Students who are interested in ordering a prom glass need to sign up in thee office.

Juniors will be MAPS testing tomorrow during Periods 1&2 with Mr. Stevens. Make sure you check in with your 1st period teacher for attendance and lunch count.

There is esports practice today after school as well as Coding Club and Pottery. 

Friday, February 8, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Next week is Random Act of Kindness Week (Feb. 11-17). Students and staff are encouraged to help celebrate this week by doing random acts of kindness to help brighten someone else’s day. If each student or staff members does at least 2 acts throughout the week, imagine how happy those 500+ people will be. Remember: No gesture is too small or too big. The important thing is to be kind, be thoughtful and live generously.

The speech team will leave tomorrow morning at 7 a.m. for Cedar Bluffs.

Any high school boy interested in playing baseball this spring needs to sign up in the office.

Juniors will do their MAP Reading test on February 12th Periods 1 and 2 with Mr. Stevens.
                                                                   

Thursday, February 7, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

There will be a FFA Week Committee meeting tomorrow morning at 7:43 a.m. Bring with you: community service, locker tag, activity and dress up ideas.

Any high school boy interested in playing baseball this spring needs to sign up in the office.

The Northeast rep has had to change his date for coming.  He will now be here on March 1st.

Juniors will do their MAP Reading test on February 12th Periods 1 and 2 with Mr. Stevens.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students: It has been reported that we're having students possibly vaping in the restroom, or in plain sight of the school grounds. We're also hearing individuals are hiding these devices on their person during the school day. Fair warning that having/using these devices at school will be punished under the drug/alcohol/tobacco policy you all signed and since it's been reported search and seizures may begin.  

Seniors it is that time of year where we need to start working on the graduation video.  Please submit a   Senior picture if you want to use a different one from the annual picture and a baby picture. Also send any snapshots that you would like to have in the video of you and your classmates through the years to lschafer@sstrojans.org   Also any song or music choice can also be sent to Mrs. Schafer.

The following seniors have not submitted a senior photo for the class composite. This was in the announcements back on January 8th. These are needed by Feb. 28th at the absolute latest: Corben, Tristan, Ronee, James, Seiko, Kaylin, Lameria, Teague, Johanna. Have your photographer email them directly to me.

There will be a FFA Week Committee meeting Friday morning at 7:43 a.m. Bring with you: community service, locker tag, activity and dress up ideas.

There will be a mandatory Jr. Class meeting tomorrow morning at 7:35 a.m. in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room.

On Friday the following students will need to report to the media center at 9:00 am. Christian, Elissa, and Jillian, Nia for the quiz bowl.

Juniors will do their MAP Reading test on February 12th Periods 1 and 2 with Mr. Stevens.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Concordia rep on Monday, February 11th at 9:45 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.                                                                      

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

There will be a mandatory Jr. Class meeting Thursday morning at 7:35 a.m. in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room.

There is quizbowl practice Wed. at 7:25. Friday the following students will need to report to the media center at 9:00 am. Christian, Elissa, and Jillian, Nia for quizbowl.

Congratulations to the JH wrestlers that competed last night at the Stanton Invitational.  Receiving medals were, 1st place - Ally Brainard and Neveah Jurisch, 2nd Place - Jillian Adams and Haylee Jarosz, 3rd Place - Kristen Schellenberg and Hannah Ryun, and 4th Place - Ashley Stadt and Dacien Baumann.  The JH Wrestlers will next compete on February 18th at the Pender Invite.

Congratulations to the following speech team members for medaling at the Winnebago Speech Meet yesterday: 1st place-Jillian-Informative; 2nd place-Nia-Informative; 2nd place-Christian-Extemporaneous; 3rd place-Elissa-Entertainment; 3rd place-Jillian & Elissa-Duet; 5th place-Christian-Persuasive.

Sophomores are reminded to turn in their Careerockit Participation waiver to Mrs. Fischer by Friday.

Juniors will do their MAP Reading test on February 12th Periods 1 and 2 with Mr. Stevens.

All basketball players will need to be dismissed today at 2:50 p.m. for their 3 p.m. departure to Clarkson.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Concordia rep on Monday, February 11th at 9:45 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.

FCCLA meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 for those who want to help plan activities for FCCLA week.

There is esports practice today at 3:30 p.m.                                                                

Monday, February 4, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congratulations to the January's Staff and Students of the Month: Elementary Student - Neveah Vacha - 6th Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - Rachel Lodl - 11th Grade; Elementary Staff - Kendra Paulson - Para Educator; Jr. High/High School Staff - Deron Meyer - IT Coordinator/Activities Director

Congratulations to Nia and Jillian for placing at the speech meet on Saturday. Nia finished in 1st place and Jillian finished in 4th place with their informative speeches.

There will be a mandatory Jr. Class meeting Thursday morning at 7:35 a.m. in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Concordia rep on Monday, February 11th at 9:45 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.

FCCLA meeting Wednesday morning at 7:40 for those who want to help plan activities for FCCLA week. Today is the last day to sign up for Peer Ed conference.

There are board games and pottery (high school) after school today.

Please dismiss all Junior High wrestlers today at 1:50 for their 2:05 p.m. departure to Stanton. Wrestlers please get your stuff ready and report to the wrestling room. 

There is esports practice tomorrow after school at 3:30 p.m.


                                                                    

 

               

Friday, February 1, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

A girls ring has been found and turned into the office. If you are missing a ring, please come to the office and give me the details of what it looks like.

There will be Quiz Bowl practice Monday morning at 7:30 a.m.

FCCLA members, please turn in your cookie orders as you get them.  We will bake at 10 tomorrow.  Make every effort to be there.

Any FCCLA members interested in Peer Ed Conference in Kearney on Feb 25, please see Mrs. Drey.Thursday, January 31, 2019

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FCCLA members interested in Peer Ed on Feb 25 in Kearney, please talk to Mrs. Drey today or tomorrow.

Speech team members need to stop in a see Mrs. Peters to set up a practice time. You will leave for your speech meet on Saturday at 7:15 a.m.

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Northeast Community College rep on Friday, February 8th at 9:15 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.                                                                   

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the Northeast Community College rep on Friday, February 8th at 9:15 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office.

Good luck to the FCCLA members competing at district STAR tomorrow.

Good luck to the LVSS Boys basketball team tonight in East Husker Conference action in Bancroft. Tip-off is set for 6 p.m.

The following students will need to be dismissed to the media center on Wednesday at 10:00 am for the Quiz bowl radio competition: Christian, Elissa, and Jillian and Nia.                                                                         

Monday, January 28, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Esports members remember we are signed up to do concessions tonight so if you signed up please be there by 4:30.

Congratulations to the following speech team members for placing at Saturday’s speech meet at L-V: Elissa-2nd place; Jillian-4th place and Xavier-6th place.

Congratulations to the following students for receiving awards from the JEA Winter Journalism Contest: Harley Baker, Nia Meyer, Elissa Dames, Emily Lewin, Laythen Streit, Christian Dames, and Caleb Noel. 

Quizbowl practice Tuesday and Wednesday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Schafer's room.

FCCLA members attending the District STAR event must have their yellow slips turned in TODAY by the end of the day.

Friday, January 25, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tonight and tomorrow night’s EHC basketball games will be live streamed by Humphrey Public Schools. The games can be watched by following this link: http://bit.ly/HPSLiveStream which will take you to a YouTube site.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FFA record book/World Food Prize work night is tonight at 4:30 p.m.  

There is esports practice today after school at 3:30 p.m.                                                                    

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FFA members attending livestock evaluation: yellow sheets are due today.  Meet at the school at 7 am tomorrow. 

FFA record book/World Food Prize work night: Thursday beginning at 4:30.  

Any FFA member interested in attending 212/360 conference - please speak to Mrs. Ryun by the end of the week to confirm if you are attending or not.  

Speech team members must sign up with a practice time today with Mrs. Peters.                                                                  

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Congrats to the JH Wrestlers that competed at the Oakland-Craig Invite last night.  It was a huge tournament with over 260 wrestlers.  Finishing in 1st Place was Allie Brainard, 2nd place was Ashley Stadt, Hannah Ryun, Jillian Adams, Haylee Jarosz, and Neveah Jurisch.  In 3rd place was Kristen Andrews, Austin Adams, Wristan Brainard, and Izaak Palmer.  The JH wrestlers will compete in 2 weeks at the Stanton Invitational on February 4th. 

Junior High students will go to lunch today at 11:30 a.m. and will return to period 3 at noon.

FCCLA Reminders: you have a meeting Thursday morning at 7:45 a.m. and work nights are tonight, Thursday and Friday.

Sophomores should meet in the Media Center at 8:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.  Please make sure that your are dressed appropriately and lunch is provided.    You will not be allowed to attend if your yellow sheet does not have the proper signatures and not turned in on time.

There will be quiz bowl practice Wednesday and Friday morning at 7:25 am

Basketball games tonight against Howells-Dodge have been postponed until Thursday. There will be no C-team games against BRLD on Thursday. 

If you plan to play softball or baseball this summer, please pick up a registration off the bulletin outside the high school office.

There is esports practice today after school


                                                                    

Monday, January 21, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Students: You are reminded that blue slips MUST be turned in to the office BEFORE you leave the school grounds. You are NOT allowed to turn them in after the fact. This is not the procedure.

Down and failing slips will begin this week.

FCCLA meeting Thursday morning at 7:45 a.m.

FCCLA worknight Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday this week.  We will have food and filming tomorrow starting at 5!  Everyone who can help with the filming is invited!  Please sign up on the sheet outside of Mrs. Drey's room. 

Reminder:  Sophomores need to turn in their yellow sheets to the office.

The JH Wrestling team will leave at 3:00 for their 4:30 tournament at Oakland-Craig.  All JH Wrestlers please make sure to have all of your equipment and report to the Wrestling Room 8th period.


                                                                    

Thursday, January 17, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

All basketball players will need to be dismissed today at 2:05 p.m. for their departure to Raymond-Central.

If you are interested in a fun acting opportunity about digital citizenship, sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room.  We will be filming after school today.  Snacks will be provided!

 

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

FFA Reminder: You have concessions for the JH basketball game on Thursday.  Please sign up in the Ag Room. 

If you are interested in a fun acting opportunity about digital citizenship, sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room.  We will be filming after school tomorrow.  Snacks will be provided!

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

This year's musical is Oklahoma! It has lots of fun parts for people so sign up on the sheet outside the office.

Congrats to all of the JH Wrestlers at yesterday's JH Wrestling Meet at Wisner-Pilger.  Kristen Schellenberg 1st Place, 2nd place medalists included: Allie Brainard, Jillian Adams, Hayley Jarosz, Austin Adams, Wristan Brainard; 3rd place medalists were Hannah Ryun and Izaak Palmer.  They will compete Monday night at Oakland-Craig.

Mentoring starts tomorrow for the second semester.  Please make sure you get your schedule from Mrs. Fischer today.

FFA Reminder: We have concessions for the JH basketball game on Thursday.  Please sign up to work in the Ag Room. 

All high school basketball players will need to be dismissed at 2:50 today for their departure to Arlington. 

Any Junior or Senior interested in meeting with the UNK rep on Tuesday, Jan 22 @ 10:00 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer's office by Friday.

Juniors: You have a mandatory meeting Wednesday morning the 16th in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m. Be prepared to share your ideas and start thinking about what food you would like to serve and bring ideas to the meeting.

Juniors: You have a mandatory meeting Wednesday morning the 16th in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m. Be prepared to share your ideas and start thinking about what food you would like to serve and bring ideas to the meeting.


      

Monday, January 14, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The JH Wrestling bus will leave today at 3:25 p.m.

This year's musical is Oklahoma! It has lots of fun parts for people so sign up on the sheet outside the office.

FCCLA members - there is an exciting acting opportunity you can be a part of on Jan. 17 from 4-8.  See Mrs. Drey's bulletin board for more info!There is esports practice tomo

 

Friday, January 11, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Girls and boys basketball games tomorrow in Wisner will begin at 4:30 p.m. Wrestling starts at 9:30 in Battle Creek for anyone interested in attending and supporting our athletes.

Juniors: You have a mandatory meeting Wednesday the 16th in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m.

There is Coding Club after school on Monday.                                                                     

Thursday, January 10, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

The S-S PTA will be sponsoring a Spirit Night at the Ruff House Entertainment Center tonight. Admission is $10. Jump socks are required and can be purchased for $2.

There is a FFA Meeting tonight at 6:30 pm. Pizza will be provided.

There will be a Quiz Bowl Practice tomorrow morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Schafer's room.

Juniors: You have a mandatory meeting Wednesday the 16th in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tomorrow, the S-S PTA will be sponsoring a Spirit Night at the Ruff House Entertainment Center in Fremont. Admission is $10. Jump socks are required and can be purchased for $2. Complete a waiver online prior to the event and don’t forget to mention you are with Scribner-Snyder Schools. Half of each admission fee will be donated back to the S-S PTA.

FFA Meeting tomorrow night at 6:30 pm.  We will be discussing upcoming opportunities, contests, and activities.  Pizza provided.

There will be Quiz Bowl Practice Friday morning at 7:30 in Mrs. Schafer's room.

Drop and add sheets end Friday. Do not switch classes until your changes have been approved and changed in Power School.

Juniors: Your next mandatory meeting will be next Wednesday the 16th in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:35 a.m.                                                               

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

As we start the second semester here, congratulations to the December's Staff and Students of the Month: Elementary Student - Nadia Landsteiner - 2nd Grade; Jr. High/High School Student - Seiko Medina - 12th Grade; Elementary Staff - Trish Bell - Title I Teacher; Jr. High/Sr. High School Staff - Anthony Ruzicka - Special Education Teacher/Director

Seniors: It is time to start getting your senior pictures turned in for the class composite. Have your photographer email the jpeg photo directly to Shelly in the office.

All basketball players will need to be dismissed today at 2:00 for their departure to Madison. 

There will be a speech practice/meeting today after school. If you are unable to be there you MUST talk to Mrs. Peters about it during school.

On Thursday, the S-S PTA will be sponsoring a Spirit Night at the Ruff House Entertainment Center in Fremont. Admission is $10. Jump socks are required and can be purchased for $2. Complete a waiver online prior to the event and don’t forget to mention you are with Scribner-Snyder Schools. Half of each admission fee will be donated back to the S-S PTA.

FFA Meeting: Thursday at 6:30 pm.  We will be discussing upcoming opportunities, contests, and activities.  Pizza provided.

Drop and add sheets for Semester 2 are available and will end Friday so if you need to make a change to your schedule please pick up a form from the office counter and obtain all the proper signatures.

High School FCCLA members need to sign up to work the concession stand next Tuesday for the junior high basketball game.  The sign-up sheet is outside Mrs. Drey's room.

Juniors: Your next mandatory meeting will be next Wednesday the 16th. Get this on your calendar so that you are in attendance.
                                                                    

Monday, January 7, 2019

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome back. We hope you all had a great holiday break.

Report cards and honor roll cards will be handed out today. The Honor Roll listing for both quarter 2 and semester 1 are posted outside the office. Please make sure you check the listing and report any discrepancies immediately to Shelly in the office.

Drop and add sheets for Semester 2 are available and will end Friday so if you need to make a change to your schedule please pick up a form from the office counter and obtain all the proper signatures.

Esports required practices begin this week. There will be practice Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 pm.

Quiz Bowl practice begins this week make sure to check your schedules for mornings and times!

High School FCCLA members need to sign up to work the concession stand next Tuesday for the junior high basketball game.  The sign-up sheet is outside Mrs. Drey's room.

Juniors: Your next mandatory meeting will be next Wednesday the 16th. Get this on your calendar so that you are in attendance.

On Saturday when the basketball teams travel to Wisner-Pilger, their booster club will be sponsoring a Hot Beef Sundae meal for $6. They have asked us to help spread the word by sharing this information with your parents and/or any basketball fans.