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Daily Announcements

 STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Students: Today at 2:30, Mr. Stithem will call classes throughout the afternoon to the media center to check in your computers with Nic. Do not skip around with your teachers, follow your normal schedule for the check-out procedure. If you have lost your door card, you will need to bring $10 to replace it before you can check out. Your final stop will be in the office to turn in your door card so if you need to contact a parent for the $10 you need to do so before check-out.

Good luck to Cailey and Rose on Friday and Saturday at the Class D State Track Meet at Burke Stadium in Omaha. Cailey’s events begin at 9:30 a.m. on both Friday and Saturday and Rose will run at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Activities for today: Jr./Sr High Last Day; Retirement party, 3:30 p.m.

Thursday: Teacher Work Day

Friday: State Track & Field events

Saturday: FCCLA Car Wash @ Scribner Bank, 9-2 p.m.; Miles for Heroes event on Main Street.

 

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Wednesday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, carrots, ice cream

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 16, 2022

There will be an informational Summer Weight room meeting in Mr. Ruzicka's room, on Tuesday during Trojan Time. This will be for anyone that is planning to lift weights this summer. If you have an interest and are unable to attend, please see Mr. Ruzicka when you are able.

The following students need to return their library books. You are reminded that you will NOT be checked out without returning them or paying for them. If they don't know what book(s) they have, see Mrs. Kafonek! Steven (2), Adam, Joey, Camdyn

Juniors, we will have a class meeting in Mrs. Fischer’s room Tuesday morning during Trojan Time.  Please make sure to check in with you Trojan Time room first.

Activities for today: Elementary Fun Day

Tuesday: FFA Petting Zoo; Elementary Last Day

Wednesday: Jr./Sr High Last Day; Retirement party, 3:30 p.m.

Thursday: Teacher Work Day

Friday: State Track & Field events

Saturday: FCCLA Car Wash @ Scribner Bank, 9-2 p.m.; Miles for Heroes event on Main Street.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Monday Lunch: Patty Day, mashed potatoes w/gravy, corn, peaches

Tuesday Breakfast: Cereal Bar

Tuesday Lunch: Hot dogs, baked beans, fries, applesauce

Wednesday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Wednesday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, carrots, ice cream

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, May 13, 2022

Congratulations to Cailey Stout on qualifying for the Class D State Track meet in both of her events. She will compete both Friday and Saturday mornings. The girls finished in 8th polace and the boys finished in 9th place.

The following students need to return their library books. Steven, Adam, Nattlie, Jake, Joey, Camdyn and McKenna

Juniors you will have a meeting in Mrs. Fischer's room Tuesday morning during Trojan Time.

Honor's Night is tonight.

State track t-shirt orders are due by 10:30 a.m.

There will be an FFA meeting Monday morning during Trojan Time.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Good luck to the SSCS Track team and coaching staff today at District Track. Events began at 9:30.

Juniors, we will have a class meeting in Mrs. Fischer’s room Tuesday morning during Trojan Time.  Please make sure to check in with you Trojan Time room first.

Honor’s Night is tomorrow night at 7 p.m.

State track shirt orders will be available to order online once we have a qualifier.  There will be a link added to the school Facebook page and on the school website.  Orders will close at 10:30am on Friday so we can get the shirts by Thursday.

FFA Meeting: Monday morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center.  Any student grades 7-11 interested in participating in FFA next year is welcome!  We will be discussing summer activities. 

 

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Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Quiz Bowl members on the 4th place Quiz Bowl team you will need to be here by 6:40 Friday evening for the photo with the Radio station. All others 7-12 students are reminded that Honor’s Night begins at 7 p.m.

District track has changed the start time to 9:30am for field events and 12:15pm for running events.  Please let your parents know if they are planning on attending the district track meet. The team will leave tomorrow morning at 7:15 a.m.

State track shirt orders will be available to order online once we have a qualifier.  There will be a link added to the school Facebook page and on the school website.  Orders will close at 10:30am on Friday so we can get the shirts by Thursday.

FFA Meeting: Monday morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center.  Any student grades 7-11 interested in participating in FFA next year is welcome!  We will be discussing summer activities. 

The following students need to return their books to the library that they have checked out: Colton Berkland, Steven, Ivan, Chase, Nattlie, Garrett, Jake, Cassidy, Joey, McKenna, Raelynn and Adam

 

 

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Tuesday, May 10, 2022

JH Track check-in will be today during 8th hour. If you don’t have your uniform here, you need to contact your parents. Any athletes missing items will receive a 30-minute detention each day until it is returned.

eSports members, you are reminded that tonight is 6th Grade recruitment and equipment check-in from 3:30 to 4:30.

Quiz Bowl members on the 4th place Quiz Bowl team you will need to be here by 6:40 Friday evening for the photo with the Radio station. 

The following students need to return their books to the library that they have checked out: Colton Berkland, Steven, Ivan, Chase, Nattlie, Garrett, Jake, Cassidy, Joey, McKenna, Raelynn and Adam

Summer youth basketball, softball, football and volleyball camp forms are available in the office for any students in grades 3-8 who are interested in taking part in a camp this summer. Each camp form has its own deadline and registration information for you to get signed-up to participate. Stop by the office to pick up your form today. Also: Athletes are reminded to make sure you get a physical done this summer before the start of the 2022-23 school year.

8th graders: You are reminded that you will be taking your class photo today during Period 4. Appropriate attire is requested for the photo.

Students: Honor’s Night this year is Friday at 7 p.m. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

Activities for today: 8th Grade Promotion photo, 10:55 a.m.; Wildlife Encounter assembly, 2 p.m. (PreK-6)

Wednesday: Board of Education meeting, 6:30 p.m.; Intruder in the building drill, 2 p.m.

Thursday: District Track @ Humphrey, 11 a.m.

Friday: Honor’s Night, 7 p.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Tuesday Lunch: Mexican Food Day, chips & salsa, refried beans, pineapple

Wednesday Breakfast: Breakfast Pizza

Wednesday Lunch: Turkey wrap, chips, baby carrots, mixed fruit

Thursday Breakfast: Danishes

Thursday Lunch: Cheese pizza, bread sticks, lettuce, pineapple

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Chicken sandwich, chips, baked beans, apricots

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 9, 2022

The FCCLA banquet is tonight at 6 p.m. 

JH Track check-in will be Tuesday during 8th hour. Please make sure your uniform is washed and clean. Any athletes missing items will receive a 30 minute detention each day until it is returned.

Summer youth basketball, softball, football and volleyball camp forms are available in the office for any students in grades 3-8 who are interested in taking part in a camp this summer. Each camp form has its own deadline and registration information for you to get signed-up to participate. Stop by the office to pick up your form today. Also: Athletes are reminded to make sure you get a physical done this summer before the start of the 2022-23 school year.

8th graders: You are reminded that you will be taking your class photo tomorrow during Period 4. Appropriate attire is requested for the photo.

Students: Honor’s Night this year is Friday at 7 p.m. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

 

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Friday, May 6, 2022

The FCCLA banquet is Monday night at 6 p.m.  Members, please see the message in canvas from Mrs. Drey about what you are to bring for food. Also: FCCLA members are reminded to stop and Mrs. Drey today to vote for officers.

There will be a brief volleyball meeting Monday morning in the media center at 8 a.m. for any 8-11th grade girls who are interested in playing volleyball next year. Please make sure you check in with your homeroom teacher.

Students: Honor’s Night this year will be Friday, May 13th at 7 p.m. Please make sure you let your parents/grandparents know the event is open to the public. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

 

 

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Thursday, May 5, 2022

The FCCLA banquet is Monday night at 6.  Members, please see the message in canvas from Mrs. Drey last week about what you are to bring for food.

There will be a brief volleyball meeting Monday morning in the media center at 8 a.m. for any 8-11th grade girls who are interested in playing volleyball next year. Please make sure you check in with your homeroom teacher.

Sophomores: If you are missing anything from your fund-raising orders, please notify the office immediately!

Any current junior or 8th grader interested in joining Student Council next year, please come see Mrs. Schroetlin to get an application. Applications are due by Friday May 13th.

Any 8th-11th grade girl interesting in playing basketball next year needs to stop by Miss Piper's room by the end of this week. 

Students: Honor’s Night this year will be Friday, May 13th at 7 p.m. Please make sure you let your parents/grandparents know the event is open to the public. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

 

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Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Congratulations to the Trojan Track teams on their efforts yesterday at the East Husker Conference track invite.  Girls finished 10th out of 14 teams. 2nd place - Cailey Stout discus; 5th place - Cailey Stout shot put 37' 7" ( new PR); 7th place - Rose Brazel 100 m dash 13.79 (new PR), McKenna Stewart 300 hurdles 53.78 (new PR); 8th place - McKenna Stewart 100 m hurdles

Attendance recovery students, we will not be having afterschool make-up time tonight. We will do attendance recovery again tomorrow in Mr. McDuffee's room. If you're working with another teacher during this time please come and check in with Mr. Stithem before heading to that classroom.

Any current junior or 8th grader interested in joining Student Council next year, please come see Mrs Schroetlin to get an application. Applications are due by Friday May 13th.

Any 8th-11th grade girl interesting in playing basketball next year needs to stop by Miss Piper's room by the end of this week. 

Students: Honor’s Night this year will be Friday, May 13th at 7 p.m. Please make sure you let your parents/grandparents know the event is open to the public. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

 

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Tuesday, May 3, 2022

There will be a meeting tomorrow morning in Mr. Ruzicka's room during Trojan Time, for anyone planning to wrestle in high school next year. We will be handing out camp forms and talking about summer schedules. If you are not able to attend, please see Mr. Ruzicka or Mr. McDuffee in advance to let us know.

Students: Honor’s Night this year will be Friday, May 13th at 7 p.m. Please make sure you let your parents/grandparents know the event is open to the public. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

Seniors: You are reminded that you will need to pick up your check-out sheet first thing tomorrow morning and proceed with the process each class period. Do NOT skip around to teachers for their signatures. Follow your morning schedule. Also: If you do not have your door card, you will need to bring $10 to Shelly before you will get an office signature.

 

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Monday, May 2, 2022

The FCCLA meeting is tonight from 5:15-6:30. The cooking competition is any kind of salad.

Seniors: You are reminded that if you have any library books checked out, they will need to be returned by Wednesday.

There will be a meeting on Wednesday morning in Mr. Ruzicka's room during Trojan Time, for anyone planning to wrestle in high school next year. We will be handing out camp forms and talking about summer schedules. If you are not able to attend, please see Mr. Ruzicka or Mr. McDuffee in advance to let us know.

Students: Honor’s Night this year will be Friday, May 13th at 7 p.m. Please make sure you let your parents/grandparents know the event is open to the public. All 7-12 students are encouraged to attend this event to receive your academic/athletic/organizational honors.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, April 29, 2022

Good luck to the eSports state qualifiers today in York.

The East Husker Conference track meet that was scheduled for tomorrow (Saturday) has been rescheduled due to inclement weather forecast. The meet will take place on Tuesday at 9 a.m.

Congratulations to our newly tapped members of the National Honor Society: Kristen, Ashley, Rylee, Kadyn, Hannah and Izzy

Please dismiss the JH track kids at 11:00 to go eat. They will need to go eat in the commons first. Mr. Ruzicka will then dismiss you to change and get ready when it is time. If you forgot your uniform, please call your parents immediately. 

There will be an FCCLA meeting Monday night from 5:15-6:30. The cooking competition for this last meeting is any kind of salad.

 

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Thursday, April 28, 2022

FCCLA meeting Monday night from 5:15-6:30. The cooking competition for this last meeting is any kind of salad.

There will be a pop-up Yuda band shop tomorrow morning from 7:40-8 in the commons.  This is your last chance to purchase one this year.

There will be a short wrestling meeting in Mr. Ruzicka's room tomorrow morning during Trojan Time. We will be drawing for the winner of the TV. Check in with your homeroom before coming over.

State eSports qualifiers you are reminded that your yellow sheets deadline is today.  Remember we are leaving at 7:30 so, please arrive at school Friday no later than 7:20. 

Reminder NHS tapping is today at 3:00 pm in the gym. Please dismiss Jillian Dames, Madison Mandel, Cailey Stout, Addison Lange, and Jenna Adams at 1:50 to set up. Dismissal for all 7th-12th grade will be made via intercom. 

Any senior wishing to apply for the Red Cross scholarship can pick up an application in Miss Piper's room. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Congratulations to the boys and girls track teams on the efforts yesterday at the Fort Calhoun track meet.  Girls team finished 5th and boys finished 8th.  1st place medalists -- McKenna Stewart - 100m hurdles, Cailey Stout - shot put & discus place - 4th place -- McKenna Stewart - 300m hurdles, Chandler Carrier -- shot put; 5th place -- 4x100 relay of McKenna, Rose, Zoey & Maycie -- 4x800 relay of Jillian Dames, Eryn, Rose & Krista -- Maycie Streit in the long jump

FCCLA meeting next Monday night from 5:15-6:30.  The cooking competition for this last meeting is any kind of salad.

There will be a pop-up Yuda band shop Friday morning from 7:40-8 in the commons.  This is your last chance to purchase one this year.

There will be a short wrestling meeting in Mr. Ruzicka's room, on Friday during Trojan Time. We will be drawing for the winner of the TV. Check in with your homeroom before coming over.

State eSports qualifiers you are reminded that your yellow sheets are due back tomorrow.  Remember we are leaving at 7:30 so, please arrive at school Friday no later than 7:20. 

-Reminder NHS tapping at 3:00 pm tomorrow in the gym. Please dismiss Jillian Dames, Madison Mandel, Cailey Stout, Addison Lange, and Jenna Adams at 1:50 to set up. Dismissal for all 7th-12th grade will be made via intercom. 

Any senior wishing to apply for the Red Cross scholarship can pick up an application in Miss Piper's room. 

Today is community clean-up day if you have work gloves and a rake please make sure to bring them and make sure they are marked with your name. Be ready to make Scribner and Snyder Shine!!!

 

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Monday, April 25, 2022

Any senior wishing to apply for the Red Cross scholarship can pick up an application in Miss Piper's room. 

Rylee, Keira & Izzy, please come to the office to get your Prom glass that you purchased. There are a few extra glasses if anyone is interested in purchasing one $5.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, April 21, 2022

There will be a National Honor Society meeting in Mrs. Fischer’s room Monday morning during Trojan Time.  Please check in to your Trojan Time first.

Juniors: Decorating begins today at 5:15 p.m. and again tomorrow morning until we are finished. You do not need to check in with your homeroom teacher, report directly to the gym.

Prom waiters and waitresses. Please make sure you are at the school on Saturday by 5 p.m.

Please dismiss the JH Track athletes at 10:45 so they can eat prior to today's meet in Lyons. Track kids, you need to report to the commons to grab a sack lunch and we will eat on the benches in front of the old high school. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Juniors: Decorating begins tomorrow at 5:15 p.m. and again Friday morning until we are finished.

There will be a brief meeting in Mr. Ruzicka's room on Thursday morning during Trojan Time, for any 8-11th graders planning to wrestle next year. 

 

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Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Yuda bands sales start have begun!  The FCCLA members are selling Yuda Bands for $10 to sponsor Charity Mutuswa, a student from Zimbabwe.  If you would like a Yuda band see a chapter member to get your pick of some very unique handmade bracelets!

Please dismiss the track kids today to go eat at 10:30. You will be leaving at 11 a.m.

Juniors: You will need to report to the gym on Thursday at 5:15 p.m. to begin decorating and report back to the gym Friday morning by 8 a.m.

 

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Thursday, April 14, 2022

Congratulations to the art students. All of their entries in the East Husker Conference Art Show yesterday received an Honorable Mention: Pottery Hand built Category: Cloe Lundry, Eryn Hull, and group entry Art 1,2,3; Sculpture Other Category: Shandera Simpson and Jaxon Smutz; Miscellaneous Category for her Art Journal: Rose Brazel; Colored Pencil Category: McKenna Stewart

FFA Reminders: Officer applications are due today.   

Any student in grades 9-12 that is interested in taking tuition free class through Metro Community College this summer, please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.  There will be a representative from Metro here on April 21st @ 1:00 to talk about these classes and to help students sign up.

Seniors are reminded that cap and gown pictures are today. If you don’t have your gown here, you need to get a hold of your parents and have them bring it.  You are also reminded to turn in your 5x7 photos. Today is the deadline to submit your photo or it will NOT be displayed in the senior corner at Prom.

Yuda bands sales start have begun!  The FCCLA members are selling Yuda Bands for $10 to sponsor Charity Mutuswa, a student from Zimbabwe.  If you would like a Yuda band see a chapter member to get your pick of some very unique handmade bracelets!

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be hanging the twine in the gym Monday at 12:30 p.m. Plan to be at the school for at least 3-4 hours. This is mandatory. No exceptions.

 

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Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Congratulations to the boys and girls track teams on their efforts at the BRLD Worlverine track meet yesterday.  Girls team finished 9th and boys 11th. Cailey -- 1st discus, 2nd shot put, McKenna -- 8th 100m hurdles, Rose -- 8th 800m run, 6th 4x800 relay of Rose, Krista, Eryn & Jillian, Maycie -- 8th long jump, Chandler 7th shot put.

FFA Reminders: Officer applications are due tomorrow. Also, we are presenting at the board meeting tonight. If you can be there to help represent the chapter, stop in the Ag Room and let Mrs. Ryun know.  

There will be a Student-Council group photo in the Media Center tomorrow morning during Trojan Time. Please make sure you check in with your homeroom teacher before heading there for the photo.

FCCLA members attending the board meeting tonight, make sure you are in the band room by 6:25.

The following seniors need to get their Senior Data Sheets returned to the office: Chandler, Xavier and Jaxon.

Any student in grades 9-12 that is interested in taking tuition free class through Metro Community College this summer, please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.  There will be a representative from Metro here on April 21st @ 1:00 to talk about these classes and to help students sign up.

Seniors are reminded that cap and gown pictures are tomorrow.  Please make sure that you bring your cap and gown and that your gown is pressed/ironed. You are also reminded to turn in your 5x7 photos. Tomorrow is the deadline to submit your photo or it will NOT be displayed in the senior corner at Prom.

Yuda bands sales start have begun!  The FCCLA members are selling Yuda Bands for $10 to sponsor Charity Mutuswa, a student from Zimbabwe.  If you would like a Yuda band see a chapter member to get your pick of some very unique handmade bracelets!

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be hanging the twine in the gym Monday at 12:30 p.m. This is mandatory. No exceptions.

Activities for today: EHC Art Show @ Nielsen Center; Kids Club BB; Board of Education meeting, 6:30 p.m.; eSports practice, 4-5:30 p.m.

Thursday: Cooking Club after school; Senior Cap & Gown photo day, 3 p.m.; eSports practice, 4-5:30 p.m.; FCCLA Daddy/Daughter Dance, 6 p.m.-Pictures/6:30-8 p.m.-Dance

Friday: NO SCHOOL

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Wednesday Lunch: Cream chicken over biscuits, peas, cookies, pears

Thursday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Thursday Lunch: Ham, cheesy potatoes, dinner roll, corn, fluff

Friday: NO SCHOOL

Monday: NO SCHOOL

Tuesday Breakfast: Combo Bar

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, April 12, 2022

There will be a Student-Council group photo in the Media Center on Thursday at the beginning of Trojan Times.  It will not take long.  Thank you in advance from the Yearbook staff!

The following seniors need to get their Senior Data Sheets returned to the office: Chandler, Xavier and Jaxon.

Any student in grades 9-12 that is interested in taking tuition free class through Metro Community College this summer, please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.  There will be a representative from Metro here on April 21st @ 1:00 to talk about these classes and to help students sign up.

Seniors are reminded that cap and gown pictures are this Thursday.  Please make sure that you bring your cap and gown and that your gown is pressed/ironed.

Seniors you are also reminded to turn in your 5x7 photos. Friday is the deadline.

Yuda bands sales start have begun!  The FCCLA members are selling Yuda Bands for $10 to sponsor Charity Mutuswa, a student from Zimbabwe.  If you would like a Yuda band see a chapter member to get your pick of some very unique handmade bracelets!

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be hanging the twine in the gym next Monday afternoon. This is mandatory. No exceptions.

 

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Monday, April 11, 2022

Congratulations to the girls track team on their efforts at the Ivan Krumwiede Invite.  The team placed 5th out of 8 teams. Cailey Stout --1st place -- shot put & discus, McKenna Stewart --1st place 100 Hurdles, 2nd place long jump, 3rd place 300m hurdles, Maycie Streit -- 6th place long jump, Rose Brazel, Krista Beranek, Eryn Hull, & Jillian Dames -- 4th place 4x800m relay

There will be a Student-Council group photo in the Media Center on Thursday at the beginning of Trojan Times.  It will not take long.  Thank you in advance from the Yearbook staff!

Yuda bands sales start today!  The FCCLA members are selling Yuda Bands for $10 to sponsor Charity Mutuswa, a student from Zimbabwe.  She would like to go to school to become a geriatric doctor to help the older people in her community who are dying because they can't get proper healthcare. If you would like a Yuda band see a chapter member to get your pick of some very unique handmade bracelets!

A reminder that the Spring Concert is tonight. Junior high and high school students, please make sure your parents are informed that the concert begins at 7 p.m.

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be hanging the twine in the gym next Monday afternoon. This is mandatory. No exceptions.

 

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Friday, April 8, 2022

There is a FCCLA meeting Monday morning during TT in the media center.

Seniors: You are reminded to turn in your Data Sheet to the office that you received from Mrs. Enos.

FCCLA is in need of a few empty pringles cans.  If you can help out, please give those to Mrs. Drey or a chapter member. 

 

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Thursday, April 7, 2022

Reminder for FFA members attending State Convention tomorrow: the bus is leaving at 6:45am. Be in official dress (no jeans). 

Junior High Students: You are reminded that you need to eat breakfast in the commons area unless you have been preapproved to take it to a teacher’s classroom.

Sophomores: Your fund-raiser ends today. Please make sure all of your orders are complete before turning into the office. I will collect all packets Friday morning first thing during TT.

Congratulations to Izzy Carrier and Madison Mandel for earning Gold rankings at the FCCLA State STAR event!

There is a FCCLA meeting Monday morning during TT in the media center.

FCCLA is in need of a few empty pringles cans.  If you can help out, please give those to Mrs. Drey or a chapter member. 

 

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Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Seniors: You are reminded that the prom committee needs your 5x7 photo. If you do not want your photo displayed, let the office know as we are purchasing things to hold your photos. Thus far we have only 4 photos of the 13 that we requested.

There is be a FCCLA meeting Monday morning during TT in the media center.

The following students have NOT done the on-line waiver on the SkyZone website and will NOT be eligible to attend Post Prom unless the waiver is completed by April 14th: Keira, Krista, Kadyn, Merivath guest- Isaac, Jenna, Thomas, Savanna guest-Elianne, Xavier, Jaxon, Cailey & Bryson, Hunter and Skye & Jordan. This will be the only day that this is going to be announced.

 

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Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Sophomores if you need more order forms for the fund-raiser, please come to the office.

A reminder that Outside Dance Permission slips for any outside date for the Prom dance need to be returned to the office for approval.

Congratulations to the high school math competitors during the virtual math competition last Friday! They finished in third place in their division.

 

 

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Monday, April 4, 2022

Today is the day. The SS Post Prom committee will receive 15% of the proceeds for all of the sales at the Dairy Queen in West Point when you mention the SS Post Prom event.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

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Friday, April 1, 2022

There will be a send-off for the FFA and FCCLA state qualifiers after the Men in Mission assembly today. Teachers please escort your students to the gym at 1:10 for the assembly.

FCCLA members going to state, your yellow sheets need to be turned in by noon.

Mark your calendars: On April 4th, the SS Post Prom committee will receive 15% of the proceeds for all of the sales at the Dairy Queen in West Point when you mention the SS Post Prom event. Take the night off from cooking or just drive up for a sweet treat and help support the Post Prom fund-raiser.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

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Thursday, March 31, 2022

Yearbooks are in!  If you purchased last year's yearbook, you can pick it up from Shelly in the office. If you didn't get to purchase one, but would like to, we have extras available for $45.

Tomorrow is the deadline for the Prom RSVP’s. NO Exceptions. If you don’t have them turned in, you will not be allowed to enjoy the meal.

Track t-shirts have arrived. If you have paid for your shirt, go pick it up from Mr. McDuffee. If you haven’t paid, please do so ASAP.

Stu-Co Members: We will take our group photo for the Yearbook after Friday's Assembly and Send Off in the gym.  Thank you for your flexibility!

MCC is offering Summer 2022 courses at no tuition cost* to NE Resident High School students graduating between 2022-2025.   Full details and instructions can be found by visiting mccneb.edu/collegenow.  Registration opens April 1 and classes begin June 6. This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience and obtain a few college credit hours at minimal cost. Please see Mrs. Fischer if you are interested in the opportunity.

There will be a send-off for the FFA and FCCLA state qualifiers this Friday afternoon after the Men in Mission assembly in the gym. All students and staff, and family of the qualifiers, are invited to come help us wish them good luck.

Mark your calendars: On April 4th, the SS Post Prom committee will receive 15% of the proceeds for all of the sales at the Dairy Queen in West Point when you mention the SS Post Prom event. Take the night off from cooking or just drive up for a sweet treat and help support the Post Prom fund-raiser.

Seniors: Your 5x7 photo will need to be turned in by April 14th if you want it included in the prom décor. A reminder that your frame should not include any glass.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

Congratulations to the boys and girls track teams on their efforts at the Snowmelt track meet yesterday.  Individual placers were: 2nd place-Shot put - Cailey Stout; 4th Place-100m & 300m hurdles - McKenna Stewart, Discus - Cailey Stout; 6th place-Girls 4x800 relay  - Jillian Dames, Rose Brazel, Krista Beranek, Eryn Hull.

Yearbooks are in!  If you purchased last year's yearbook, you can pick it up from Shelly in the office. If you didn't get to purchase one, but would like to, we have extras available for $45.  Thank you for your patience!

MCC is offering Summer 2022 courses at no tuition cost* to NE Resident High School students graduating between 2022-2025.   Full details and instructions can be found by visiting mccneb.edu/collegenow.  Registration opens April 1 and classes begin June 6. This is a great opportunity for students to gain experience and obtain a few college credit hours at minimal cost. Please see Mrs. Fischer if you are interested in the opportunity.

There will be a send-off for the FFA and FCCLA state qualifiers this Friday afternoon after the Men in Mission assembly in the gym. All students and staff, and family of the qualifiers, are invited to come help us wish them good luck.

Mark your calendars: On April 4th, the SS Post Prom committee will receive 15% of the proceeds for all of the sales at the Dairy Queen in West Point when you mention the SS Post Prom event. Take the night off from cooking or just drive up for a sweet treat and help support the Post Prom fund-raiser.

Student-Council Members: Please meet in the library tomorrow morning at the start of Trojan Time for a group photo for the Yearbook.

Seniors you will need to report to Mrs. Fischer’s room Thursday morning during Trojan Time to get your cap & gowns. Cap & Gown group photo is April 14th. Your gowns will need to be pressed and wrinkle free. You will also need to come prepared to the meeting with a class motto and class flower. For those seniors who are in the group student council photo, just report as soon as you are done.

Staff and 11-12th grade students: A reminder that your RSVP’s for the Prom meal will need to be turned in by Friday.

Seniors: Your 5x7 photo will need to be turned in by April 14th if you want it included in the prom décor. A reminder that your frame should not include any glass.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, March 29, 2022

The following seniors have until Friday April 1 to get their baby pictures and graduation pictures to Mrs. Schafer for the senior slideshow. This is the third request for pictures!  Jenna Adams, Cailey Stout, Xavier Rangeloff, Jaxon Smutz, and Thomas Baker.  Also, if you have any requests for music on your senior slideshow give the list to Mrs. Schafer by Friday.

Yearbooks are in!  If you purchased last year's yearbook, you can pick it up from Shelly in the office. If you didn't get to purchase one, but would like to, we have extras available for $45.  Thank you for your patience!

Mark your calendars: On April 4th, the SS Post Prom committee will receive 15% of the proceeds for all of the sales at the Dairy Queen in West Point when you mention the SS Post Prom event. Take the night off from cooking or just drive up for a sweet treat and help support the Post Prom fund-raiser.

Student-Council Members: Please meet in the library Thursday morning, at the start of Trojan Time, for a group photo for the Yearbook.

Sophomores: Your fund-raiser started yesterday. Please make sure to turn in your money daily.

If you feel like helping out and purchasing a ticket for a TV for a wrestling team fund-raiser, please reach out to any team member.  If you would like to help out but don't really want another TV, monetary donations in any amount are also appreciated. 

A charm was found and turned into the office. Come to the office to describe and claim.

Staff and 11-12th grade students: A reminder that your RSVP’s for the Prom meal will need to be turned in by Friday. Waiters & waitresses-This is your final announcement to notify the office of your choice of topping for the cheesecake. (Cherry or plain)

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, March 28, 2022

Congratulations to the following for earning the NCPA Academic All-State Award through the NSAA: Hannah Ryun – Speech; Ashley Stadt – Wrestling; Nattlie Hull – Wrestling; Cailey Stout – Basketball

Congratulations to the SMITE team for placing first this past weekend in the Grand Island Northwest tournament and Hector for placing 4th in Starcraft II. Colton and Jonathan both worked hard but fell short of medaling. 

Students: You are reminded that if you are failing any classes, you will not be in good standing and you will not be allowed to attend the prom festivities: meal, dance, post prom.

Quiz Bowl members we will be leaving for Pender at 3:30. We will meet in front of Shelly's office.

Any 8th-12th grade girl or boy that is planning to wrestle next season needs to report to Mr. Ruzicka's room on Tuesday morning during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your homeroom teacher and come over.

There will be a State FCCLA meeting tomorrow morning during TT.

Staff and 11-12th grade students: A reminder that your RSVP’s for the Prom meal will need to be turned in by Friday. Waiters & waitresses, please notify the office of your choice of topping for the cheesecake. (Cherry or plain)

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, March 25, 2022

Today the musical will be performed to the student body at 1:30 p.m. All cast members will need to eat first today and then they will stay in the elementary to get ready for the performance. All students/staff should escort the remaining students to the gym so they are seated by 1:30 p.m.

Congratulations to Andrea and Hannah for getting yesterday's trivia question: The advisor is stationed by the owl.  Today's question: What is the average operation size, in acres, in Nebraska?

Esports SMITE and Starcraft members you will need to be at school by 9:00 am tomorrow morning for warm-ups. Make sure to have all your equipment. Team meeting will be at 9:45am and competition starts at 10:15 am.

There will be a State FCCLA meeting Tuesday morning during TT.

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is TODAY. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online. Outside date dance permission forms are also available on the office counter. If you are wanting a free t-shirt, you need to see me in the office otherwise you will not receive a shirt.

Staff and 11-12th grade students: A reminder that your RSVP’s for the Prom meal will need to be turned in by April 1st. Waiters & waitresses, please notify the office of your choice of topping for the cheesecake. (Cherry or plain)

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

There are about 10 Prom glasses left for sale in the office for $5. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake if they wish.

Activities for today: Walking; Musical Matinee, 1:30 p.m.; Quiz Bowl practice, 7:30 a.m.; Trivial Pursuit Night, 6:30 p.m.

Saturday: Musical, 7 p.m.

Sunday: Post Prom Brunch, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.; Musical performance, 1:30 p.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Friday Lunch: Mini Waffles, hash brown patty, yogurt, peaches

Monday Breakfast: Combo Bar

Monday Lunch: Beef Patty, mashed potatoes, green beans, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Cherry Frudel

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

Wednesday Breakfast: Long Johns

Wednesday Lunch: Tater tot bar, cooked broccoli, cookie, pineapple

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, March 24, 2022

Esports SMITE and Starcraft members you will need to be at school by 9:00 am Saturday for warm-ups. Make sure to have all your equipment.  Team meeting will be at 9:45am and competition starts at 10:15 am.

Congratulations to Nattlie and Andrea for getting yesterday's trivia question correct: 48% of Nebraska farms have livestock or poultry.  Today's Question: In an FFA Officer position, who is stationed by the owl?

Reminders - be on the lookout for the owl, grab a coloring contest paper, and FFA members will be wearing official dress tomorrow.  

There will be a State FCCLA meeting Tuesday morning during TT.

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is TOMORROW. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online. Outside date dance permission forms are also available on the office counter. Also: If you filled out a form and have not notified me of what size t-shirt you want, you need to do so. This will be the final reminder of that or you will NOT receive a free shirt.

Staff and 11-12th grade students: A reminder that your RSVP’s for the Prom meal will need to be turned in by April 1st. Waiters & waitresses, please notify the office of your choice of topping for the cheesecake. (Cherry or plain)

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, March 23, 2022

 

National Ag Week Reminders: There are coloring pages on the office ledge (due April 1st), and keep an eye out for the hidden owl.  Congrats to Gillian Hunke for Monday's trivia question: The secretary is stationed by the ear of corn.

Wednesday's Trivia Question: What percentage of Nebraska farms have livestock or poultry? Join us tomorrow by dressing like a grandparent! 

A reminder that the DC trip in 2024 digital meeting is tonight at 6.  Please make sure you have RSVPed using the link, telling Mrs. Drey or Mr. Stewart, or scanning the code from your invite.

7th and 8th Graders report to Ag instead of Music 7th Period today.  

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is Friday. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online. Outside date dance permission forms are also available on the office counter.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, March 21, 2022

Congratulations to the S-S track athletes on their performance on Saturday at the Nebraska Wesleyan Track meet.  Girls finished 4th and boys finished 7th. Medalists:1st place -- Cailey Stout - shot put, McKenna Stewart - 55m hurdles; 2nd place -- Chandler Carrier - shot put, McKenna Stewart - 55m dash, Maycie Streit - long jump; 3rd place -- Jillian Dames, Rose Brazel, Krista Beranek, Eryn Hull - 4 x800 relay; 4th place -- Rose Brazel - 800m run, Nattlie Hull - Triple jump; 5th place -- Hannah Ryun - Long Jump; 6th place -- Emily Hull - high jump, Zoey Gathman - 400m dash

Congratulations to our Speech Team's State Results!  Every competitor earned superior ratings from the judges.  Top 6 qualify for finals in this highly competitive contest.  We did have a top 10 finish with Hannah Ryun earning 9th place in Informative speaking.  It was overall a great season!  Go Trojans!

ESports Smite team and Smash Bros 1 & 2 you have makeup games today with SEM starting at 4:00 pm. Tomorrow you have two SMITE matches against first Conestoga at 4:30 followed by a match against Thayer Central.

Happy National Ag Week! Today's trivia question: In an FFA Officer position, who is stationed by the ear of corn? Message Mrs. Ryun with the correct answer

Also, don't forget to be on the lookout for the owl!  Coloring contest pages are on the office ledge.  Those are due Friday, April 1st. Join us tomorrow by wearing FFA gear or colors (blue and gold).  

The FFA BBQ and Auctions is being held tomorrow evening in the gym.  A pulled pork sandwich meal is being provide (beginning at 5:30 pm) for a free will donation.  There will also be a lot of pies and silent auction items up for bid.  Hope you can join us! 

Those students that have signed up for driver's ed need to turn in their permission for and fee to Mr. McDuffee or to Deb Wegner in the elementary office by the end of the Friday, April 8th.

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is Friday. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online. Outside date dance permission forms are also available on the office counter.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office. Freshman and Sophomores are also encouraged to purchase a glass as a keepsake.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, March 18, 2022

Next week is National Ag Week and we are celebrating FFA Week!  There will be a coloring contest, trivia questions, a hidden owl, and dress up days.  Monday - join us by wearing your pajamas! Check the posted posters for the rest of the dress up days.  

Students: Just a reminder that all medication must be dispensed through the office. No one is allowed to be carrying any type of over-the-counter medication or prescriptions in their book bags.

Those students that have signed up for driver's ed need to turn in their permission for and fee to Mr. McDuffee or to Deb Wegner in the elementary office by the end of the Friday, April 8th.

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is next friday. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online. Outside date dance permission forms are also available on the office counter.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

              STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, March 17, 2022

Next week is National Ag Week and we are celebrating FFA Week!  There will be a coloring contest, trivia questions, a hidden owl, and dress up days.  Monday - join us by wearing your pajamas! Check the posted posters for the rest of the dress up days.  

Juniors you will have a meeting tomorrow morning during TT in the Media Center. Come prepared!!

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is quickly approaching. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online.

State Speech Team Competitors:  You will be Kearney Bound today after school. We will load the school vehicles at 4:15 PM in the high school parking lot and departing for our state journey at 4:30 PM.  Go Trojans!

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

              

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 16, 2022

We will be having a sendoff in the gym for the State bound speech team members tomorrow morning during Trojan Time. Band students: You must check in with your homeroom teacher before getting your instrument. (8:05ish) All PreK-12 students and staff, and family members of the participants, are invited to come help us wish them luck!

Juniors you will have a meeting Friday morning during TT in the Media Center. Come prepared!!

The deadline for Post Prom forms and money is quickly approaching. Also, please make sure you fill out SkyZone’s waiver online.

The makeup games with SEM will take place Monday Mar. 21 Starting at 4:00. Smite will play first then Smash Bros.

The Washington, D.C. trip online meeting is next Wednesday at 6 not 6:30.

Any 7-12th grade student interested in attending Camp CSI at Wayne State should see the information outside of Mrs. Fischer’s classroom.

State Speech Team Competitors:  You will be Kearney Bound tomorrow after school. We will load the school vehicles at 4:15 PM in the high school parking lot and departing for our state journey at 4:30 PM.  Go Trojans!

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, March 15, 2022

Congratulations to DesiRae Svehla for being selected to attend the Nebraska Attorney General’s Youth Conference in April in Lincoln at the State Capitol.

Good luck to the eSports team today in their match against Amherst at 5 p.m.

We will be having a sendoff in the gym for the State bound speech team members on Thursday during Trojan Time. (8:05ish) All PreK-12 students and staff, and family members of the participants, are invited to come help us wish them luck!

Juniors you will have a meeting Friday morning during TT in the Media Center. Come prepared!!

Any 7-12th grade student interested in attending Camp CSI at Wayne State should see the information outside of Mrs. Fischer’s classroom.

Seniors: If your parent/guardian would like to purchase a senior ad the deadline is Today.  For the ad to be processed: the photo, message, and payment all need to be completed by the end of Tuesday.  Checks can be made out to SSCS or one can pay in cash.  Payment can be given to Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey. Mrs. Enos has extra forms about pricing, etc. if you need a replacement copy.  The photo and message for the ad can be emailed to either Mrs. Drey (kdrey2@sstrojans.org) or Mrs. Enos (lenos@sstrojans.org) by the Tuesday, March 15th deadline.

State Speech Team Competitors:  On Thursday we will be Kearney Bound and will load the school vehicles at 4:15 PM in the high school parking lot and departing for our state journey at 4:30 PM.  Go Trojans!

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, March 14, 2022

Congratulations to the SMITE team for placing second at the David City Esports Tournament on Saturday. 

We will be having a sendoff in the gym for the State bound speech team members on Thursday during Trojan Time. (8:05ish) All PreK-12 students and staff, and family members of the participants, are invited to come help us wish them luck!

Seniors: If your parent/guardian would like to purchase a senior ad the deadline is Tuesday/tomorrow, March 15th.  For the ad to be processed: the photo, message, and payment all need to be completed by the end of Tuesday.  Checks can be made out to SSCS or one can pay in cash.  Payment can be given to Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey. Mrs. Enos has extra forms about pricing, etc. if you need a replacement copy.  The photo and message for the ad can be emailed to either Mrs. Drey (kdrey2@sstrojans.org) or Mrs. Enos (lenos@sstrojans.org) by the Tuesday, March 15th deadline.

State Speech Team Competitors:  On Thursday, March 17th we will be Kearney Bound!  We will begin loading the school vehicles at 4:15 PM in the high school parking lot and departing for our state journey at 4:30 PM.  Go Trojans!

FFA Meeting: Tomorrow (Tuesday) during Trojan Time, in the Ag Room. 

FCCLA members going to Mercy Meals tomorrow - your yellow sheets are due in the office by noon today. You are reminded that you will need to bring a mask.

The FCCLA meeting scheduled for tonight has been moved to tomorrow during the day while we are gone.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 9, 2022

JH Wrestling check in will be today during 8th hour.  All singlets and shoes that were checked out are to be returned at this time.  Singlets need to be washed and clean.  Any item that is not checked back in today will result in a 30-minute detention each day until it has been returned.

Esports team members remember only Smash Bros and Smite players need to report tomorrow at 4:30 for the match against SEM.  Saturday is the David City tournament, we will be leaving promptly at 8:00 am. Please have all equipment and your shirts on. 

Seniors~ Please make sure that you are filling out scholarship applications and returning them to Mrs. Fischer.  Application deadlines are quickly approaching.

We will be having a send off in the gym for the State bound speech team members on Thursday March 17th during Trojan Time. (8:05ish) All PreK-12 students and staff, and family members of the participants, are invited to come help us wish them luck!

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Congratulations to the Quiz Bowl team. They finished the KTCH Radio Challenge in 4th place.

JH Wrestling check in will be on Wednesday during 8th hour.  All singlets and shoes that were checked out are to be returned at this time.  Singlets need to be washed and clean.  Any item that is not checked back in on Wednesday will result in a 30-minute detention each day until it has been returned.

Speech Students who've qualified for State Speech: Please meet in Mrs. Enos's room before 8 a.m. tomorrow morning for a group photo for the newspaper. 

Any 8-11 grade girl interested in trying out for the dance team next year, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during Trojan Time in the Media Center

Any Junior or Senior interested in visiting with the Wayne State rep on Monday, March 21st, needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room by Tuesday, March 15th.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, March 7, 2022

Congratulations to the Trojan Speech Team who are this year's D2-1 District Speech CHAMPIONS!  All 12 competitors medaled (Top 6) and students who placed 1st, 2nd, or 3rd qualified for state.  Eight of the twelve members will be competing in Kearney (at Kearney High School) on Friday, March 18th!  Everyone's medal placement today contributed to the overall championship title.  It was a true team effort! Results: *Champion: Hannah Ryun - Informative Speaking; *Champion: Gillian Hunke - Poetry Performance *2nd Place: Rylee Nemecek - Poetry Performance; *2nd Place: Ashley Stadt - Persuasive Speaking; *2nd Place: Jillian Dames & Hannah Ryun - Duet Acting; *2nd Place: Eli Enos - Entertainment Speaking; *2nd Place: Kadyn Wheelock - Serious Prose; *3rd Place: Madison Mandel - Serious Prose; *4th Place: Shandera Simpson - Humorous Prose; *5th Place: McKenna Stewart - Persuasive Speaking; *6th Place: Krista Beranek & Izzy Carrier - Duet Acting

Congratulations to FCCLA digital STAR competitors who have qualified for nationals in San Diego: Jillian Dames, Eryn Hull, Maycie Streit, Rylee Nemecek and Kelby Dames

The JH Wrestlers will need to be dismissed at 2:25 today for their 2:35 departure to West Point. They will need to go right to the locker room to get dressed and ready to leave. Wrestling will start at 4:00.

FFA Week Committee Meeting: Tuesday, during Trojan Time in the Media Center

Any 8-11 grade girl interested in trying out for the dance team next year, there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during Trojan Time in the Media Center

Students: Just a reminder that quarter 3 ends on Wednesday. All assignments for the quarter will need to be submitted by 3:30 p.m. or they will be entered as zero’s.

Any Junior or Senior interested in visiting with the Wayne State rep on Monday, March 21st, needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room by Tuesday, March 15th.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, March 3, 2022

Good luck to all of our speech team members and coaches tomorrow at District Speech in McCool Junction. Speech Team: We will be loading the school vans for districts today at 6:15 PM in the high school parking lot and leaving at 6:30 PM.

The Quiz Bowl did a great job this morning but was defeated in extended play this morning during the semi-finals of the KTCH Radio Challenge. They will compete for third place on Monday.

FFA Reminders: Donations for the BBQ/Auction need to be done ASAP.   

FCCLA officers, Digital STAR, and in-person STAR competitors please check canvas for an important message regarding state conference.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

If anyone is interested in trying out for the LVSS cheerleading team on April 11 you are asked to see Mrs. Nemecek. There is an informational meeting March 16th at 8 a.m. over at LV. A flyer with more details is located on the bulletin board outside of the office.

Forms to attend Post Prom are available in the office. If you plan to attend and/or bring a guest, you will need these forms. You will also need to complete SkyZone’s online waiver. Any questions, see Shelly. These are due by March 25th.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

Activities for today: Reading Club (3—6); Card Club (K-6); eSports practice, 4-7 p.m.; KTCH Quiz Bowl Semi-finals, 9:30 a.m.

Friday: NO SCHOOL; District Speech @ McCool Junction

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Thursday Lunch: Taco Burger, tater tots, green beans, apricots

Friday-NO SCHOOL

Monday Breakfast: Cereal Bar

Monday Lunch: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes w/gravy, peas, peaches

Tuesday Breakfast: Pop-Tarts

Tuesday Lunch: Turkey wraps, chips, baby carrots, applesauce cup

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, March 2, 2022

FFA Reminders: Donations for the BBQ/Auction need to be done ASAP.   

FCCLA officers, Digital STAR, and in-person STAR competitors please check canvas for an important message regarding state conference.

Seniors: A heads up that the prom committee will need a 5x7 framed senior photo for the senior corner at prom. Please make sure your frame does not contain any glass. These can be turned into the office any time.

Prom glasses are for sale in the office for $5. These will be sold on a first-come/first-serve basis as only 36 will be ordered. See Shelly in the office.

If anyone is interested in trying out for the LVSS cheerleading team on April 11 you are asked to see Mrs. Nemecek. There is an informational meeting March 16th at 8 a.m. over at LV. A flyer with more details is located on the bulletin board outside of the office.

Forms to attend Post Prom are available in the office. If you plan to attend and/or bring a guest, you will need these forms. You will also need to complete SkyZone’s online waiver. Any questions, see Shelly. These are due by March 25th.

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, March 1, 2022

The KTCH Quiz Bowl semifinal rounds have been moved to Thursday, Mar. 3 at 9:30 am.  So the following students will need to be dismissed at 9:15 am from class Thursday morning.  Jillian D., Madison M., Skye W., Addison L., Garrett H., Kadyn W., Hannah R., Gillian H.

FFA Reminders: Donations for the BBQ/Auction need to be done ASAP. Floriculture practice at 3:30 today in the Ag Room.  Those attending CDE's tomorrow: Yellow sheets are due today. Report to school at 7:30 in the morning.  

Musical students:  If you have not picked up your March practice schedule and are still planning on being a part of the musical, you NEED to see Mr. P today.  Today's practice is choreography for 2 of the major songs and all large cast group needs to attend from 3:45-5.

Forms to attend Post Prom are available in the office. If you plan to attend and/or bring a guest, you will need these forms. You will also need to complete SkyZone’s online waiver. Any questions, see Shelly. These are due by March 25th.

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

Today is the deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is tomorrow.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, February 28, 2022

Congratulations to the Quiz Bowl team on their quarterfinal victory over Crofton this morning. They defeated them 3-2 and will compete in the semi-finals on Wednesday. Their opponent is to be determined. Great job!!

Forms to attend Post Prom are available in the office. If you plan to attend and/or bring a guest, you will need these forms. You will also need to complete SkyZone’s online waiver. Any questions, see Shelly.

The following Speech Team students will be working at the concession stand tonight starting at 4 PM: Eli, Shandera, and Rylee

Track Practice will begin on Wednesday, March 2nd after school in the gym.  Please make sure you have your physical and NSAA form turned in to Shelly in the office and your grades are passing to participate in Track. Track Uni & Sweat Checkout Times (checkout in the weight room) Tuesday,  March 1 --7:35 a.m.----seniors, 7:45 a.m.----juniors,          Wednesday, March 2 --7:35 a.m.---sophomores, 7:45 a.m.---freshmen

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

The deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is tomorrow.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, February 25, 2022

The following Speech Team students will be working at the concession stand on Monday starting at 4 PM: Eli, Shandera, and Rylee

Students: You are reminded that when you arrive at school that you need to go directly to your Trojan Time home room. If you plan to eat breakfast, when you are finished, then you need to report directly to your room. No one should be wandering the hallways/gathering by lockers/water fountain before school.

A pair of earphones where found outside this morning on the sidewalk near Mr. McDuffee’s room. If you lost a pair, please come to the office and describe to claim them.

Trivial Pursuit night is postponed until a later date due to Mrs. Schafer not feeling well.

FFA Meeting: Monday morning during Trojan Time, in the Media Center.  We will be discussing FFA Week and the BBQ Auction. 

Track Practice will begin on Wednesday, March 2nd after school in the gym.  Please make sure you have your physical and NSAA form turned in to Shelly in the office and your grades are passing to participate in Track. Track Uni & Sweat Checkout Times (checkout in the weight room) Tuesday,  March 1 --7:35 a.m.----seniors, 7:45 a.m.----juniors,          Wednesday, March 2 --7:35 a.m.---sophomores, 7:45 a.m.---freshmen

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

The deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is quickly approaching!  You order form and $45 are due to either Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by Tuesday, March 1st.  If you no longer have your original order form, please see Mrs. Enos for an extra copy.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, February 24, 2022

Congratulations to the Speech Team's medalists at their conference tournament!  2nd place medalist Hannah R.  in Informative Speaking, 4th place medalists Hannah R. & Jillian D. in Duet Acting and Shandera in Humorous Prose, and 6th place medalists Gillian H. in Poetry and Eli in Entertainment Speaking.  The following students also receive superior ratings in their events: Krista, Izzy, Madison, McKenna. Rylee, Ashley and Kadyn.  Awesome Job!

Track Practice will begin on Wednesday, March 2nd after school in the gym.  Please make sure you have your physical and NSAA form turned in to Shelly in the office and your grades are passing to participate in Track. Track Uni & Sweat Checkout Times (checkout in the weight room) Tuesday,  March 1 --7:35 a.m.----seniors, 7:45 a.m.----juniors,          Wednesday, March 2 --7:35 a.m.---sophomores, 7:45 a.m.---freshmen

Remember tomorrow night is Trivia Night and everyone is invited to come and play. There will be treats!

JH Girls BB players will need to be dismissed today at 2:10 for the 2:20 departure to Oakland-Craig. The games start at 3:30.

Seniors if you haven't already given Mrs. Schafer your baby picture and a senior photo for the slideshow please do so as soon as possible. 

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

The deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is quickly approaching!  You order form and $45 are due to either Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by Tuesday, March 1st.  If you no longer have your original order form, please see Mrs. Enos for an extra copy.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Track Practice will begin on Wednesday, March 2nd after school in the gym.  Please make sure you have your physical and NSAA form turned in to Shelly in the office and your grades are passing to participate in Track. Track Uni & Sweat Checkout Times (checkout in the weight room) Tuesday,  March 1 --7:35 a.m.----seniors, 7:45 a.m.----juniors,          Wednesday, March 2 --7:35 a.m.---sophomores, 7:45 a.m.---freshmen

Afterschool job opportunity! 16 years or older--3:30p.m.-6:00p.m. --Monday-Friday --Contact Kylie Brown at 402-721-6952 or via email kylieh@fremontfamilyymca.org

FFA Week Committee Meeting: Thursday during Trojan Time in the Media Center. 

The deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is quickly approaching!  You order form and $45 are due to either Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by Tuesday, March 1st.  If you no longer have your original order form, please see Mrs. Enos for an extra copy.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Congratulations Quiz Bowl team on your Sweet 16 victory over Columbus yesterday morning. The team will compete in the quarterfinals of the KTCH Radio Challenge on Monday at 9:30 a.m. Great job team!

Speech Students: We will be loading the school vans at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM Wednesday morning for our Conference tournament.  Please come professionally dressed!  Go Trojans.

The deadline to purchase a 2021-2022 Yearbook is quickly approaching!  You order form and $45 are due to either Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by Tuesday, March 1st.  If you no longer have your original order form, please see Mrs. Enos for an extra copy.

The following students need to report to Mrs. Fischer's room tomorrow morning during Trojan Time for a quick meeting. Savanah and Cloe Lundry, Skye Wheelock, and Jillian Dames.

Seniors who had their photos taken professionally are reminded that the office needs your photo release forms ASAP.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

The City of Scribner is looking for students who are interested in working at the pool this summer. Applications are located in the high school office. There is only 2 left. Otherwise you will need to pick up an application at the city office.

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, February 21, 2022

Congratulations to this year’s waiters and waitresses for the prom meal: Garrett, Kadyn, McKenna, Kristen, Hannah and Jillian. You will be asked to attend a brief meeting to discuss details soon. Stay tuned.

Congratulations to Madison Mandel on qualifying for finals in Serious Prose last weekend at "Gabfest"!  18 schools around the state competed in our largest tournament of the year!  The following students received superior ratings for their performances and presentations: Madison, Kadyn, Ashley, McKenna, Shandera, Izzy, and Krista.  Awesome Job!

The 3rd round of the KTCH Radio Challenge for the Quiz Bowlteam is today at 10:30. The following students will need to released for competition at 10:15. Skye Wheelock, Jillian Dames, Madison Mandel, Addison Lange, Garrett Hunke, Kadyn Wheelock, Hannah Ryun, and Gillian Hunke.

Please dismiss the JH Wrestlers and coaches at 2:10 for today's JH Wrestling meet in Pender.  They need to go straight to the locker room and get changed and ready to leave at 2:20.

Speech Students: We will be loading the school vans at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM Wednesday morning for our Conference tournament.  Please come professionally dressed!  Go Trojans.

The following students need to report to Mrs. Fischer's room Wednesday morning during Trojan Time for a quick meeting. Savanah and Cloe Lundry, Skye Wheelock, and Jillian Dames.

Seniors who had their photos taken professionally are reminded that the office needs your photo release forms ASAP.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

The City of Scribner is looking for students who are interested in working at the pool this summer. Applications are located in the high school office. There is only 2 left. Otherwise you will need to pick up an application at the city office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, Feb. 18, 2022

Those interested in taking Driver's ED need to sign up in the high school office and take an informational packet by Friday, March 1th. Students must be 14 by Oct. 15. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th. See Mr. McDuffee with any questions.

Students who are in the talent show should report to the stage at 2:15 to do sound checks and get ready for the show.

Speech Team. If you paid for your shirt. Mrs. Enos has your order! Remember we are loading the van at 6:15 a.m. and leaving at 6:30 a.m. for Wisner-Pilger. Please come professionally dressed.

FCCLA Week trivia question: What is this year's national theme?

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Congratulations to the FFA members that participated in the district proficiency contest. Results are: Izzy and Ashley - Silver; Jill, Jenna, Krista, Kadyn, and Hannah - Gold.  Those applications that qualified for state are Hannah, Jenna, and Krista. 

Juniors: You will have a class meeting tomorrow morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center. Come prepared to show your full design and discuss mugs/glasses.

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

Speech Team: We will be loading the vans at 6:15 AM and leaving at 6:30 AM this Saturday for the Wisner-Pilger "Gabfest".  This is our largest tournament of the regular season, so put on that snazzy power suit and get ready to show off your talents!  You have been working super hard and can compete with the best of them!  Go Trojan Speech!

Anyone wanting to play high school spring baseball with West Point-Beemer and West Point CC, please let Mrs. Nemecek know by Friday, Feb. 18th.   

FCCLA Week announcement trivia – 1st to email Mrs. Drey will win a prize; Today’s questions is: What is FCCLA’s official flower?

FCCLA members you will have a meeting today after school.

FCCLA is hosting a talent show is tomorrow during 8th period.

Activities for today: eSports vs Pender, 4:15 p.m.; JH GBB host W-Pilger @ S-S, 3:30 p.m.; Reading Club (3-6); FCCLA meeting after school

Friday: FCCLA Talent Show; Walking (K-6) 7:40 a.m.; JV/V BBB @ Yutan, 6 p.m.; Girls State WR tournament begins

Saturday: Girls State WR tournament continues; State Dance; C Team BBB @ T-H Tournament, 9 a.m.; Speech Meet @ W-Pilger

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Thursday Lunch: Pizza Burgers, French fries, corn, peaches

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, baked beans, pears

Monday Breakfast: Cereal Bar

Monday Lunch: Beef Patty, mashed potatoes, California veggies, mixed fruit

Tuesday Breakfast: Muffins & Yogurt

Tuesday Lunch: Tater Tot casserole, green beans, dinner roll, pears

Wednesday Breakfast: Long Johns

Wednesday Lunch: BBQ Pulled Pork, French fries, baked beans, peaches

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Those interested in taking Driver’s Ed need to sign up in the high school office and take an information form by Friday, March 11th.  Students must be 14 by October 15th, 2022. Cost of the class is $300 for SS students and that fee will have to be paid by April 8th.   If you have any questions see Mr. McDuffee.

Speech Team: We will be loading the vans at 6:15 AM and leaving at 6:30 AM this Saturday for the Wisner-Pilger "Gabfest".  This is our largest tournament of the regular season, so put on that snazzy power suit and get ready to show off your talents!  You have been working super hard and can compete with the best of them!  Go Trojan Speech!

Anyone wanting to play high school spring baseball with West Point-Beemer and West Point CC, please let Mrs. Nemecek know by Friday, Feb. 18th.   

FCCLA Week announcement trivia – 1st to email Mrs. Drey will win a prize; Today’s questions is: Where is national convention this year?

FCCLA members you will have a meeting after school tomorrow until about 4:30. If you have other school commitments, go to those first.

FCCLA is hosting a talent show on Friday. Talent show forms are due by tomorrow afternoon to Mrs. Drey.  You may compete individually or as a group.  Acts will need approval prior to the show.  Forms are on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Anyone wanting to play high school spring baseball with West Point-Beemer and West Point CC, please let Mrs. Nemecek know by Friday, Feb. 18th.   

Today's musical practice is for the large group songs and not the leads but leads are more than welcome to come in and learn the parts as well.  Practice is from 3:30-4:30.

The City of Scribner is taking applications for Pool Manager, Assistant Pool Manager, and Lifeguards.  Applications accepted through February 25, 2022.  Applications can be picked up at the High School Office or the City Office. 

FCCLA Week announcement trivia – 1st to email Mrs. Drey will win a prize ; Today’s questions is: FCCLA has 52 state chapters. Besides the 50 states, which 2 other “states” are included?

FCCLA members you will have a meeting right after school on Thursday until about 4:30. If you have other school commitments, go to those first.

FCCLA members who can help at the library after school should be downtown at 3:40. FCCLA is hosting a talent show on Friday. Talent show forms are due by tomorrow afternoon to Mrs. Drey.  You may compete individually or as a group.  Acts will need approval prior to the show.  Forms are on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, February 14, 2022

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Congratulations to the Speech Team on their Champion Team Trophy at last Saturday's competition at Mead!  Everyone medaled in all of their events.  Gillian Hunke was Poetry Champion and Hannah Ryun and Jillian Dames were Duet Acting Champions!  The following students earned Top 6 medal honors in their individual and group events: Madison, Kadyn, Hannah R., Izzy, Krista, McKenna, Shandera, Ashley, Rylee, and Eli.   Awesome job!

Speech Team: Your commitment forms for Saturday's competition at Wisner-Pilger are due to Mrs. Enos by 3:30 PM today/Monday.

Congratulations to the quiz bowl on their win against Wausa on Friday! They will compete again Monday the 21st against Columbus.

Any boy who is interested in playing baseball this summer for the Legion teams is encouraged to sign up on the sheet located outside the office on the bulletin board.

The City of Scribner is taking applications for Pool Manager, Assistant Pool Manager, and Lifeguards.  Applications accepted through February 25, 2022.  Applications can be picked up at the High School Office or the City Office. 

FCCLA Week announcement trivia – 1st to email Mrs. Drey will win a prize ; Today’s questions is: Who is our state president and what chapter is she from?

FCCLA has extra cookies for sale for $2.  See Mrs. Drey. FCCLA members you will have a meeting right after school on Thursday until about 4:30. If you have other school commitments, go to those first.

FCCLA members who can help at the library tomorrow after school should be downtown at 3:40. FCCLA is hosting a talent show on Friday. Talent show forms are due Wednesday afternoon to Mrs. Drey.  You may compete individually or as a group.  Acts will need approval prior to the show.  Forms are on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

Seniors: The following seniors have NOT submitted a photo for the class composite. If you want your photo included, you need to get these turned into the office ASAP. Konnor, Xavier and Kayli Streit.

Any Speech Team members available to work the concession stand on Thursday evening from 4:00 - 5:30 PM or 5:30 - 7:00 PM can sign up in Mrs. Enos's room during class today.    Thank you for your help! Also:  Speech Team Commitment forms for the Feb 19th Wisner-Pilger Tournament are due back to Mrs. Enos by the end of the day on Monday, February 14th.

Any boy who is interested in playing baseball this summer for the Legion teams is encouraged to sign up on the sheet located outside the office on the bulletin board.

Quiz Bowl members remember to be at school on Friday morning by 10:15 for the KTCH quiz bowl competition against Wausa.

Esports there will be practice today from 1:30 - 3 pm.

FFA Reminder: Thursday and Friday are the perfect time to get your donations done for the BBQ Auction.  Grab your donation letters in the Ag Room. 

The City of Scribner is taking applications for Pool Manager, Assistant Pool Manager, and Lifeguards.  Applications accepted through February 25, 2022.  Applications can be picked up at the High School Office or the City Office. 

FCCLA reminders: You will be baking cookies Friday from 11-3 and frosting them Sunday from 1-4.  Sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room to help.  Make sure you turn in cookie orders as you are getting them so we have enough ingredients to make the cookies. Also if you have a favorite rolling pin at home?  You should bring it with you on Friday to roll out your dough!  Lunch will be provided on Friday.

FCCLA officers who can make the board meeting tonight at 6:30 to present, please let Mrs. Drey know.  You will need to be there from 6:30-7.

Speech Team: We will be loading the vans at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM on Saturday, February 12th for the Mead Invite.  Please arrive professionally dressed. You've been putting in the work; we're excited to see you shine this weekend!  All shirt orders are due to Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey by 3:30 PM on Wednesday.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Quiz Bowl members remember to be at school on Friday morning by 10:15 for the KTCH quiz bowl competition against Wausa.

Esports there will be practice tomorrow Wed. Feb. 9 1:30 - 3 pm.

FFA Reminder: Thursday and Friday are the perfect time to get your donations done for the BBQ Auction.  Grab your donation letters in the Ag Room. 

The City of Scribner is taking applications for Pool Manager, Assistant Pool Manager, and Lifeguards.  Applications accepted through February 25, 2022.  Applications can be picked up at the High School Office or the City Office. 

FCCLA members - we are baking cookies from 11-3 this Friday and frosting this Sunday from 1-4.  Sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room to help.  We need lots of hands to make this possible and efficient!  Thanks so much for your help! Make sure you turn in cookie orders as you are getting them so we have enough ingredients to make the cookies.

FCCLA officers who can make the board meeting tomorrow night at 6:30 to present, please let Mrs. Drey know.  You will need to be there from 6:30-7.

Speech Team: We will be loading the vans at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM on Saturday, February 12th for the Mead Invite.  Please arrive professionally dressed. You've been putting in the work; we're excited to see you shine this weekend!  All shirt orders are due to Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey by 3:30 PM on Wednesday.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, February 7, 2022

Juniors…please remember the bake sale is after school tonight. Each student is asked to provide a minimum of three baked goods for the sale. You don't need to worry about pricing these items, but please label the item with what it is in case someone asks.

FFA Reminder: Thursday and Friday are the perfect time to get your donations done for the BBQ Auction.  Grab your donation letters in the Ag Room.  

FCCLA members - we are baking cookies from 11-3 this Friday and frosting this Sunday from 1-4.  Sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room to help.  We need lots of hands to make this possible and efficient!  Thanks so much for your help! Make sure you turn in cookie orders as you are getting them so we have enough ingredients to make the cookies.

FCCLA officers who can make the board meeting Wednesday night at 6:30 to present, please let Mrs. Drey know.  You will need to be there from 6:30-7.

Please dismiss the JH Wrestlers at 2:00 today for their 2:10 departure to Stanton.  They will need to go immediately to the locker room to get changed and load the suburban to leave.  Wrestling will start at 4:00.

Speech Team: We will be loading the vans at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM on Saturday, February 12th for the Mead Invite.  Please arrive professionally dressed. You've been putting in the work; we're excited to see you shine this weekend!  All shirt orders are due to Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey by 3:30 PM on Wednesday.

Bright Beginnings is looking for after school help at their daycare…especially during track season and beyond.
Must be 15…apply in person at Bright Beginnings.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, February 4, 2022

Juniors…please remember the bake sale is after school at the basketball games on Monday, February 7.  Each student is asked to provide a minimum of three baked goods for the sale. Examples would be a plate of homemade cookies or brownies, a tray of cupcakes or bars, etc. You don't need to worry about pricing these items, but please label the item with what it is in case someone asks. Please make arrangements to drop them off with Shelly at school the day of OR with Angie.

Bright Beginnings is looking for after school help at their daycare…especially during track season and beyond.
Must be 15…apply in person at Bright Beginnings.

Speech Team Shirt orders are due to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by Wednesday, February 9th.

Order a 2021-2022 "Adjust Accordingly" Yearbook!  Order forms are due back to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by March 1st.  If you lost your form, passed out during Trojan Times last month, stop by Mrs. Enos's room for another copy.  The yearbook staff has been working hard on capturing all the great moments from this school year.  You won't want to miss out on a colorful and fun yearbook!  Cost is $45.  See Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos with any questions

Speech Team Members: Your commitment forms for the Mead Invitational are due to Mrs. Enos by the end of the day.  Please sign up for practice times as well.  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions or concerns.

FCCLA cookie sales started!  See an FCCLA member to order your cookie.  They will be delivered on Valentine's Day.  Cost is $2.

Activities for today: JV/V G&B BB @ Louisville, 4:30 p.m.; District Girls WR @ Nebraska City; FFA Work Night

Saturday: District Girls WR @ Nebraska City; JV/V G&B BB host Syracuse @ LV, 1 p.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Friday Lunch: Hot dogs, baked beans, chips, peaches

Monday Breakfast: Mini Waffles

Monday Lunch: Chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, green beans, pears

Tuesday Breakfast: Bagels w/cream cheese

Tuesday Lunch: Open face pot pie, peas, cookies, peaches

Wednesday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

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

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, February 3, 2022

An I-phone watch was lost yesterday on the school grounds. It has a blue band and a cracked screen. Please return to the office, no questions asked.

Bright Beginnings is looking for after school help at their daycare…especially during track season and beyond.
Must be 15…apply in person at Bright Beginnings.

Order a 2021-2022 "Adjust Accordingly" Yearbook!  Order forms are due back to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by March 1st.  If you lost your form, passed out during Trojan Times last month, stop by Mrs. Enos's room for another copy.  The yearbook staff has been working hard on capturing all the great moments from this school year.  You won't want to miss out on a colorful and fun yearbook!  Cost is $45.  See Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos with any questions

ATTENTION MUSICAL KIDS!!!!  We will be having a mandatory run through of the script for all cast and crew tonight at 7 pm in the music room. 

Speech Team Members: Your commitment forms for the February 12th Mead Invitational are due to Mrs. Enos by 3:30 PM this Friday (February 4th).  Please sign up for practice times as well.  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions or concerns.

FCCLA cookie sales started!  See an FCCLA member to order your cookie.  They will be delivered on Valentine's Day.  Cost is $2.

FFA has concessions for basketball tonight, sign up in the Ag Room and FFA will have a work night tonight and tomorrow.  Sign up in the Ag Room.  

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Order a 2021-2022 "Adjust Accordingly" Yearbook!  Order forms are due back to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by March 1st.  If you lost your form, passed out during Trojan Times last month, stop by Mrs. Enos's room for another copy.  The yearbook staff has been working hard on capturing all the great moments from this school year.  You won't want to miss out on a colorful and fun yearbook!  Cost is $45.  See Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos with any questions

ATTENTION MUSICAL KIDS!!!!  We will be having a mandatory run through of the script for all cast and crew tomorrow at 7pm in the music room. 

Speech Team Members: Your commitment forms for the February 12th Mead Invitational are due to Mrs. Enos by 3:30 PM this Friday (February 4th).  Please sign up for practice times as well.  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions or concerns.

FCCLA cookie sales started!  See an FCCLA member to order your cookie.  They will be delivered on Valentine's Day.  Cost is $2.

FCCLA members we have concession stand for the C team games next Monday starting at 5:30. Please sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's door.

FFA has concessions for basketball on Thursday, sign up in the Ag Room and FFA will have a work night on Thursday, and Friday.  Sign up in the Ag Room.  

The following students are involved in today's videotaping during 6th period. You will need to wear team/organizational shirts, and bring Medals you have won in school activities. As soon as you have finished your lunch, get changed if necessary and report to the gym. Seniors—Chandler, Cailey, Thomas, Cloe  Savanna, Skye, Xavier, Jillian, Madison, Jenna; Juniors—Addison, Desi, Maycie, Eryn, Hannah; Sophomores-Rylee, McKenna, Izzy, Kristen, Kadyn, Krista, Hannah, Rose, Garrett, Ashley, Shandera; Freshmen--Zoey, Keira,  Gillian, Emily, Nattlie, Eli; Jr. High--Shawn, Marah, Kyrian, Kelby, Mickell, Kloey and Jake

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Congratulations to the Girls Wrestling Team for their finishes at the Cedar Bluffs meet on Saturday. Ashley Stadt finished 1st going 3-0 with 2 pins, Emily Hull finished 3rd going 2-1 with 2 pins, and Nattlie Hull finished 4th going 2-1 with a pin and an upset of the 4th ranked wrestler. Overall, they finished tied for 4th as a team out of 19 teams.

ATTENTION MUSICAL KIDS!!!!  We will be having a run through of the script for all cast and crew on Thursday at 7pm in the music room.  This is mandatory for all cast and crew and will go till approximately 8:30. Remaining practice schedules will be handed out at that time. See you there!

Speech Team Members: Your commitment forms for the February 12th Mead Invitational are due to Mrs. Enos by 3:30 PM this Friday (February 4th).  Please sign up for practice times as well.  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions or concerns.

FCCLA cookie sales started!  See an FCCLA member to order your cookie.  They will be delivered on Valentine's Day.  Cost is $2.

FCCLA members we have concession stand for the c team games next Monday starting at 5:30. Please sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's door.

FFA has concessions for basketball on Thursday, sign up in the Ag Room.  

FFA Work Nights this week: Tonight, Thursday, and Friday.  Sign up in the Ag Room.  

The following students are involved in tomorrow's video taping during 6th period. You will need to remember to wear team/organizational shirts, and bring Medals you have won in school activities. So as soon as you have finished your lunch if you need to do so change so you can report to the gym. Seniors-- Chandler  Cailey  Thomas  Cloe  Savanna   Skye Xavier  Jillian D.  Madison  Jenna; Juniors-- Addison  Desi  Maycie  Eryn Hannah; Sophomores-McKenna,  Izzy,  Kristen,  Kadyn,  Krista, Hannah,  Rose,  Garrett,  Ashley,  Shandera; Freshmen--Zoey,  Keira,  Gillian, Emily, Nattlie, Eli; Jr. High--Shawn,  Marah,  Kyrian,  Kelby,  Mickell,  Kloey,  Jake

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, January 31, 2022

Congratulations to the Speech Team for winning the Runner-Up Team Sweepstakes trophy at Logan-View last Saturday!  Hannah Ryun and Jillian Dames were the Duet Acting Champions and Hannah was also the Informative Speaking Champion!  The following students also earned Top 6 medals in their events: Rylee -Serious Prose & Poetry, Shandera - Humorous Prose & Serious Prose, Gillian H. - Poetry, Eli - Entertainment Speaking, Kadyn - Serious Prose, Izzy & Krista - Duet Acting, and Madison - Serious Prose.  Awesome Job!

ATTENTION MUSICAL KIDS!!!!  We will be having a run through of the script for all cast and crew on Thursday at 7pm in the music room.  This is mandatory for all cast and crew and will go till approximately 8:30. Remaining practice schedules will be handed out at that time. See you there!

FCCLA cookie sales start today!  See an FCCLA member to order your cookie.  They will be delivered on Valentine's Day.  Cost is $2.

FCCLA members we have concession stand for the c team games next Monday starting at 5:30.  Please sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's door.

FFA Week Committee Meeting: Tuesday during Trojan Time in the media center. 

FFA has concessions for basketball on Thursday, sign up in the Ag Room.  

FFA Work Nights this week: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.  Sign up in the Ag Room.  

Any Junior or Senior interested in visiting with the Central Community College Rep on Monday, Feb. 7th @ 9:30 needs to sign up outside if Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Juniors: You will have a mandatory class meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Be ready to select glasses/mugs and vote on waiters & waitresses. Your final drawings will need to be presented along with having anything you need to order ready for Mrs. Rangeloff to place the order.

FCCLA digital project worknights is tonight from 5:30-8. 

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, January 28, 2022

ATTENTION MUSICAL KIDS!!!!  We will be having a run through of the script for all cast and crew on Thursday, Feb. 3 at 7pm in the music room.  This is mandatory for all cast and crew and will go till approximately 8:30. Remaining practice schedules will be handed out at that time. See you there!

There is room in Kid's Club for 7th or 8th graders who are interested in Woodworking, Crocheting, or Volleyball.  Come see Mrs. Nemecek if interested.

Any Junior or Senior interested in visiting with the Central Community College Rep on Monday, Feb. 7th @ 9:30 needs to sign up outside if Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Juniors: You will have a mandatory class meeting Tuesday morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Be ready to select glasses and vote on waiters & waitresses along with having anything you need to order ready to present.

Speech Team Students: We will be loading the school vans tomorrow morning at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM.  Please come professionally dressed.  You've been working hard, and we are excited for you to represent S-S with your awesome talents!

FCCLA digital project worknights is Monday night from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, January 27, 2022

There is room in Kid's Club for 7th or 8th graders who are interested in Woodworking, Crocheting, or Volleyball.  Come see Mrs. Nemecek if interested.

Juniors: You will have a mandatory class meeting Tuesday morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Be ready to select glasses and vote on waiters & waitresses along with having anything you need to order ready to present.

Speech Team Students: We will be loading the school vans for Saturday’s Logan-View Invite at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM.  Please come professionally dressed.  You've been working hard, and we are excited for you to represent S-S with your awesome talents!

FFA Work Night is tomorrow from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

FCCLA digital project worknights is tonight after school until 4:45 and Monday from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Speech Team Students: We will be loading the school vans for this weekend's Logan-View Invite at 6:30 AM and leaving at 6:45 AM.  Please come professionally dressed.  You've been working hard, and we are excited for you to represent S-S with your awesome talents!

FFA Work Night is Friday from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

FFA members attending Livestock Judging tomorrow are reminded that your yellow sheets are due by the end of the day. No exceptions.

FCCLA digital project worknights is tomorrow after school until 4:45 and Monday from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

There will be an FFA Week Committee meeting tomorrow morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center.  Come with your ideas.  FFA Work Night: Friday from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

FFA members attending Livestock Judging on Thursday are reminded that your yellow sheets are due by tomorrow.

FCCLA digital project worknights will be on Thursday until 4:45 and Monday from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. Several of you have not submitted your photo yet for the class composite either.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, January 24, 2022

Congratulations to Emily and Nattlie Hull on their efforts this weekend at the Weeping Water Wrestling Invitational. Emily placed 4th and Nattlie finished in 5th place.

The JH Wrestlers will need to be dismissed at 2:15 today for their 2:35 departure to Oakland for today's JH wrestling meet starting at 4:00. They will need to go straight to the locker room to get dressed and wait quietly for coach to walk them to the van.

FCCLA digital project worknights will be tonight after school until 8, Thursday until 4:45, and Jan 31 from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. Several of you have not submitted your photo yet for the class composite either.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, January 21, 2022

FCCLA digital project worknights will be Monday after school until 8, Thursday until 4:45, and Jan 31 from 5:30-8.  Those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Speech Team: Please make sure you have your Logan View tournament commitment forms turned in by the end of the day. Also, there is currently a tie for best design, so make sure to get your vote in by 3:30 if you want to voice your preference!

Seniors you are reminded to send Baby pictures, Sr. pictures, and miscellaneous photos of your classmates through the years to Mrs. Schafer for your senior slideshow. They can be printed photos or digital images. 

Musical kids:  We will be running the concession stand next Tuesday from 3:45-6ish for the JH girls basketball game.  Proceeds will go towards musical expenses.  Please sign up on the sheet outside of the office if you are able to help out on that day.

FFA will have a work night tonight from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Congratulations to Izzy Carrier and Madison Mandel for placing with Top Golds at FCCLA STAR competition.  They both advance to state competition in April.

FCCLA digital project worknights will be next Monday after school until 8, Thursday until 4:45, and Jan 31 from 5:30-8.  those participating should check Canvas for more info.

Speech Team: Please make sure to turn in your Logan-View tournament commitment forms to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by tomorrow. Also please vote for your favorite team t-shirt design idea via Canvas by tomorrow.

Musical kids:  We will be running the concession stand next Tuesday from 3:45-6ish for the JH girls basketball game.  Proceeds will go towards musical expenses.  Please sign up on the sheet outside of the office if you are able to help out on that day.

FFA will have a work night tomorrow from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Speech Team: Please make sure to turn in your Logan-View tournament commitment forms to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by this Friday. Also please vote for your favorite team t-shirt design idea via Canvas by Friday.

All FFA & FCCLA members need to wear their shirts for a group photo during TT tomorrow morning.

Musical kids:  We will be running the concession stand next Tuesday from 3:45-6ish for the JH girls basketball game.  Proceeds will go towards musical expenses.  Please sign up on the sheet outside of the office if you are able to help out on that day.

Mrs. Nemecek is looking for kids to run the concession stand on 1/27.  There will be a sign-up sheet on my office door.  She would really appreciate the help.

FFA will have a work night on Friday from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Speech Team: Please make sure to turn in your Logan-View tournament commitment forms to Mrs. Drey or Mrs. Enos by this Friday.

eSports members, we will have concessions next Monday evening. Please sign up for a shift on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Schafer's room.

On Thursday, all FFA & FCCLA members need to wear their shirts for a group photo during TT. Please make sure you check in with your homeroom teacher for lunch and attendance before heading to the media center.

Mrs. Nemecek is looking for kids to run the concession stand on 1/25 and 1/27.  There will be a sign-up sheet on my office door.  She would really appreciate the help.

FFA will have a work nights tonight and Friday from 5:30-7:30. Sign up in the Ag Room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, January 17, 2022

Congratulations to the following band members for being selected to perform at this year’s East Husker Conference Honor Band concert on Feb. 7th--Garrett, Madison, Rylee, and Savanna. 

Congratulations to the following Speech Team competitors who placed in the Top 6, last Saturday at Wisner-Pilger, earning individual trophies at the tournament.  Ashley Stadt tied for 6th place in Persuasive Speaking, Madison Mandel placed 4th in Serious Prose, and Hannah Ryun took home the 3rd place trophy in Informative Speaking.  Awesome job to the whole team on a great opener to the season!

Congratulations to Nattlie Hull and Emily Hull on placing at the Schuyler Girls Wrestling Tournament.  Nattlie placed 3rd and Emily placed 4th.

eSports members, we will have concessions next Monday evening. Please sign up for a shift on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Schafer's room.

The following seniors need to come to the office and talk to Shelly about your senior pictures for the composite: Jenna, Konnor, Cloe, Savanna, Madison, Jaxon and Cailey.

On Thursday, all FFA & FCCLA members need to wear their shirts for a group photo during TT. Please make sure you check in with your homeroom teacher for lunch and attendance before heading to the media center.

Mrs. Nemecek is looking for kids to run the concession stand on 1/25 and 1/27.  There will be a sign-up sheet on my office door.  She would really appreciate the help.

Any student up to the age of 18 who is interested in playing softball/baseball (Didget/Bronco/Pony teams) this summer are encouraged to pick up a registration and parent meeting form which are both located on the bulletin board outside the office.

FFA work nights this week for proficiencies, state degree, and contest prep will be tomorrow and Friday from 5:30-7:30.  Sign up in the Ag Room.

FCCLA week committee will meet tomorrow morning in the Media Center during TT.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, January 14, 2022

Any student up to the age of 18 who is interested in playing softball/baseball (Didget/Bronco/Pony teams) this summer are encouraged to pick up a registration and parent meeting form which are both located on the bulletin board outside the office.

FFA work nights next week for proficiencies, state degree, and contest prep will be Tuesday and Friday from 5:30-7:30.  Sign up in the Ag Room.

FCCLA has concessions Monday night for the reserve boys and girls basketball game, please sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

FCCLA week committee will meet Tuesday morning in the Media Center during TT.

Speech Team: Due to the weather forecast, the Wisner-Pilger Speech meet will be starting later for safer roads, but will still end at the same time.  You will perform twice, rather than three times.  We will now be loading the vans at 8:15 AM and leaving at 8:30 AM.  Our return time has not changed. Mrs. Enos will give you a hard copy of the details on Friday/before the weekend.  Please still arrive on time and in professional dress.  

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, January 13, 2022

FCCLA has concessions next Monday night for the reserve boys and girls basketball game, please sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

FCCLA week committee will meet next Tuesday morning in the Media Center during TT.

Juniors: You will have a meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 a.m. in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room. Come prepared with your design layout and don’t be late.

Speech Team: Due to the weather forecast, the Wisner-Pilger Speech meet will be starting later for safer roads, but will still end at the same time.  You will perform twice, rather than three times.  We will now be loading the vans at 8:15 AM and leaving at 8:30 AM.  Our return time has not changed. Mrs. Enos will give you a hard copy of the details on Friday/before the weekend.  Please still arrive on time and in professional dress.  

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Congratulations to Nattlie Hull for being selected the Rokfin/NEwrestling Freshman Girl wrestler of the week.  Nattlie won the 100lb bracket at the Norm Manstedt Girls Tournament by defeating the #2 and #8 ranked wrestlers in her bracket.

The following students will need to be dismissed from their second-period class tomorrow for our KTCH quiz bowl competition.  Jillian Dames, Madison Mandel, Skye Wheelock, Addison Lange, Garrett Hunke, Kadyn Wheelock, Hannah Ryun, Gillian Hunke

Speech Team: Those of you competing at this Saturday's tournament, the host school/Wisner-Pilger has decided to begin at a later start time.  We will now be loading the school vans at 6:45 AM and leaving the parking lot at 7:00 AM.  Please be on time and come professionally dressed when you arrive!  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions.  You will do great!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Speech Team: Those of you competing at this Saturday's tournament, the host school/Wisner-Pilger has decided to begin at a later start time.  We will now be loading the school vans at 6:45 AM and leaving the parking lot at 7:00 AM.  Please be on time and come professionally dressed when you arrive!  See Mrs. Enos or Mrs. Drey with any questions.  You will do great!

Tomorrow morning during TT  in the media center there will be a brief meeting for those who signed up for the musical.

There is a FCCLA STAR worknight after school until 8 p.m.  Competition is Jan. 19 at Wayne.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, January 7, 2022

Congratulations to Nattlie and Emily Hull on a great effort at the High Plains wrestling tournament yesterday.  Nattlie placed 1st and Emily placed 8th.

Seniors: You are reminded that your senior picture is needed for the class composite and also for the journalism class for your senior spot light. If you have had your photo taken and have not already submitted it, please send it to Shelly in the office or to Mrs. Enos ASAP. The composite deadline for ordering will be here sooner than we think so all photos will be needed before this can be ordered.

FCCLA STAR worknights will be the next 2 Tuesdays after school until 8 p.m.  Competition is Jan. 19 at Wayne.

FCCLA meeting Tuesday morning during TT in the media center.

FFA Meeting: Monday in the Media Center during TT.  We will be discussing the BBQ Auction and upcoming contests.

Drop and add sheets are available for those students who are wishing to drop and add a class this semester. These will be available until Tuesday.

Quiz Bowl members you are reminded that you will have practice Monday morning from 7:30 - 8 am.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, January 6, 2022

Seniors: You are reminded that your senior picture is needed for the class composite and also for the journalism class for your senior spot light. If you have had your photo taken and have not already submitted it, please send it to Shelly in the office or to Mrs. Enos ASAP. The composite deadline for ordering will be here sooner than we think so all photos will be needed before this can be ordered.

Drop and add sheets are available for those students who are wishing to drop and add a class this semester. These will be available until Tuesday.

There will be a musical meeting tomorrow during Trojan Time in the media center for all those who are interested in cast and crew.

FCCLA work night from 4:30-7 tonight.  STAR competition is in 2 weeks!

Quiz Bowl members you are reminded that you will have practice Monday morning from 7:30 - 8 am.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

Please help us welcome Rose Brazel to Scribner-Snyder.

Drop and add sheets are available for those students who are wishing to drop and add a class this semester. These will be available until Tuesday.

eSports will not start until next Tuesday Jan. 11 when Mrs. Schafer returns to school.

Quiz Bowl you will have your practice Mon. Jan 10 at 7:30 - 8 am.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Any junior high girl interested in playing basketball this year is encouraged to see Mr. Dieckmann before the end of the day.

Junior girls responsible for running the concession stand on Dec. 31st include: Hannah, Jenna, Maycie and DesiRae. Games start at 9 so please report by 8:30.

FCCLA members competing in STAR, there will be workdays over break.  Please see the sign on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Hannah Ryun and her molasses cookies were the winners of the FCCLA Christmas cookie contest.

The plan for tomorrow is to be dismissed at 11:30. You will report to the new high school building.  Movie options include: Elf- Mrs. Fischer's; Grinch- Mrs. Drey's; A Boy Named Christmas- Mrs. Schafer's; and Jungle Cruise- Mr. Stewart's.  Mrs. Enos and Mr. Ruzicka's rooms will be for working on unfinished work.  Break for lunch will be at 11:45, and you will bring your food back to the room/movie you chose.  You will stay in that room until dismissal at 1:30.  

Any junior high girl interested in playing basketball this year is encouraged to see Mr. Dieckmann before the Christmas Break.

The FFA Christmas Party is tonight at 6 pm. Bring games and food to share.  

Speech Team Students: Sign up for January Practice Times in Mrs. Enos's room prior to break.  There will also be three optional drop-in times over break.  Friday, December 31st from 1-5 PM; Monday, January 3rd from 3:30-7:00 PM and Tuesday, January 4th from 3:30 - 7:00 PM.  These opportunities over break are not required, but a great opportunity to get ready for the season.  Bonus: There will be food!  See Mrs. Enos with any questions. 

FCCLA members competing in STAR, there will be workdays over break.  Please see the sign on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

Activities for today:

Wednesday: End Semester 1—1:30 p.m. dismissal; Quiz Bowl practice, 7:30 a.m.; NSAA Moratorium begins-Gym is closed until Dec. 27th

Thursday: Christmas Break begins—Classes resume Jan. 5th, 2022

 

Activities for next week:

Tuesday-28th---Girls WR @ Winnebago, 9 a.m.; Holiday G&B BB Tournament @ Brownell-Talbot-Girls, 10 a.m./Boys-2:30 p.m.

Wednesday—29th—Holiday G&B BB Tournament continues, Times TBD

Friday—31st—C Team G&B BB host Wahoo @ S-S, 10:15 a.m.—Jr. Class has concession stand

 

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Tuesday Lunch: Turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, fruit fluff

Wednesday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

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

Thursday& Friday—NO SCHOOL

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, December 20, 2021

Congratulations to Ashley Stadt on her 2nd place finish at the Platteview wrestling tournament.  Ashley went 3-1 and Nattlie Hull finished 2-2 on the day.

Reminder that all students will need to check in their library books before they leave for Christmas break.

The FFA Christmas Party is tomorrow (Tuesday) starting at 6 pm. Bring games and food to share.  

Juniors. You will have a Mandatory meeting tomorrow morning in Mrs. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m.

Any 9-12 grade students who plan to compete in speech 2nd semester need to sign up for January practice times in Mrs. Enos's room prior to break.  There will also be three drop-in/open workshop days that are optional if you want to come in during winter break to practice your parts, make visual aids, revise speeches, etc.  These days are: Friday, December 31st from 1:00 - 5:00 PM; Monday, January 3rd from 3:30 - 7:00 PM, and Tuesday, January 4th from 3:30 - 7:00 PM. You can drop in any time for 30 minutes to however long you'd like to rehearse, prepare, and receive help from Mrs. Enos and other team members.  There will be snacks/food of course!  Let's have fun this speech season!

FCCLA members competing in STAR, there will be workdays over break.  Please see the sign on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Drey's room.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, December 17, 2021

Any JH boys or girls that are interested in wrestling this year, practice will start on Monday.  Please bring workout clothes and wrestling shoes, if you have them, to change into and report to the wrestling room during 8th hour. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Ruzicka. 

Students: You are reminded once again that if you arrive to school after the bell has rang at 8 a.m.  you MUST check in the office so your parents aren’t notified that you are absent.

Reminder that all students need to check in their library books before they leave for Christmas break.

Activities for today:

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Friday Lunch: Chicken sandwich, chips, baby carrots, apricots

Monday Breakfast: Combo Bar

Monday Lunch: Chinese, rice, stir fry veggies, pineapple, cookie

Tuesday Breakfast: Muffins & Yogurt

Tuesday Lunch: Turkey, mashed potatoes, corn, stuffing, fruit fluff

Wednesday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

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

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, December 16, 2021

The FCCLA Christmas party is tomorrow after school.  The contest for this month is Christmas cookies.

There will NOT be attendance recovery after school today.

There is still extra FFA Fruit available. Talk to Mrs. Ryun if you are interested.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

The FCCLA Christmas party will be Friday after school.  The contest for this month is Christmas cookies.

Students are encouraged to go straight home following the 1:30 p.m. dismissal today. Please drive carefully!

Extra FFA Fruit available: 

Apples: Granny Smith (29), Golden Delicious (90), Red Delicious, Fuji (20)      40 cents each

Pears (45)          45 cents each

Oranges (60)  - 35 cents each

Pineapple (6) - $5 each

Mix and match as you'd like.  If you are interested, just let Mrs. Ryun know and she will hook you up. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

FFA Reminders - Secret Santa starts Wednesday this week.  Also, Christmas Party next Tuesday evening (21st) starting at 6 pm: bring food and games to share.  

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be putting the Christmas Cookie Trays together after school in the commons area. Everyone will need to help put the trays together. It should only take about 30-40 minutes DesiRae, Addison, Jenna and Merivath will be in charge of selling the trays at 6 p.m.

The FCCLA Christmas party will be Friday after school.  The contest for this month is Christmas cookies.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, December 13, 2021

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be putting the Christmas Cookie Trays together tomorrow after school in the commons area. You can bring your cookies to the office in the morning  or bring after school if you wish Everyone will need to help put the trays together. Each girl is to bring at least 4 dozen Christmas type cookies. DesiRae, Addison, Jenna and Merivath will be in charge of selling the trays at 6 p.m.

The FCCLA Christmas party will be Friday after school.  The contest for this month is Christmas cookies.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, December 10, 2021

Today is the deadline for any Junior or Senior that is interested in Peru State Dual Credit classes. See Mrs. Fischer to sign up.

The following students will be going uptown for Hour of Code at the public library: Gillian Hunke, Zoey Gathman, Kiera Stout, Thomas Baker, Xavier Rangeloff, and Jaxon Smutz. We will leave from the lunch room so remember your computers when you go to lunch.

Seniors~ If you are missing items from your orders or have extra items, please let Mrs. Fischer and Mrs. Schafer know ASAP!  We only have a limited amount of time to request missing items.

Juniors: You are reminded that we will be putting the Christmas Cookie Trays together Tuesday after school in the commons area. Each girl is to bring at least 4 dozen Christmas type cookies. DesiRae, Addison, Jenna and Merivath will be in charge of selling the trays at 6 p.m.

The FCCLA Christmas party will be next Friday after school.  The contest for this month is Christmas cookies.

FFA members: Please sign up to help with the Food Pantry after school and/or tomorrow morning.   

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, December 9, 2021

Any Junior or Senior that is interested in Peru State Dual Credit classes and has not yet talked to Mrs. Fischer, needs to do so ASAP.  The last day to register for Spring classes is Friday.

FCCLA worknight tonight after school until 5:15 p.m.

FFA members: Please sign up to help with the Food Pantry Friday after school and/or Saturday morning.   

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

With the 12 days of Christmas themes/days we allowed individuals to wear hats for 90's days yesterday which was a stretch. Looking at the rest of the holiday themes we'd rather not have hats being worn for them. Effective immediately please remove your hats for the remainder of the day and the rest of the holiday theme days. Signed the Grinch who lives in the Principal's office.

Seniors – food orders will be delivered tomorrow by the end of the day.  If you are not delivering them right away, you must be able to freeze them. 

Any Junior or Senior that is interested in Peru State Dual Credit classes and has not yet talked to Mrs. Fischer, needs to do so ASAP.  The last day to register for Spring classes is Friday.

FCCLA members, your secret Santa forms are due today.  

FFA members: Please sign up to help with the Food Pantry Friday after school and/or Saturday morning.  Secret Santa forms are due today.  

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Thank you for all of your generosity! We ended up with about 450 items to donate to the Faith Food Pantry near Winslow this weekend.  

Seniors – food orders will be delivered on Thursday by the end of the day.  You must pick up the orders that you sold on Thursday.  If you are not delivering them the same day, you must be able to freeze them. 

FFA Reminders: Fruit is arriving Wednesday.  Sign up to help with the Food Pantry Friday after school and/or Saturday morning.  Secret Santa forms are due today.  

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, December 6, 2021

The competitive Speech Team season is quickly approaching.  Our first tournament takes place in mid-January.  Sign-up times to practice and rehearse before winter break are located in Mrs. Enos's room.  Practices run in 30-minute time slots throughout each week and Mrs. Enos is very flexible.  She has a lot of options available for you to come in and practice and fit this neat activity into your busy schedule.   Be a part of this fun activity!  

Mrs. Drey still needs a couple of FCCLA workers for the last shift tonight for the concession stand.

Seniors – food orders will be delivered on Thursday by the end of the day.  You must pick up the orders that you sold on Thursday.  If you are not delivering them the same day, you must be able to freeze them. 

FFA Members - Puffins will be arriving today! You need to be prepared to take these home and store them in a freezer until you are ready to deliver.  

Juniors: You are reminded to make sure you take your cakes to the commons area by 3:15 today. Make sure you girls know who is working what shift. This is a Post Prom fund-raiser so the class sponsors will not be working.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, December 3, 2021

Congratulations to the One-Act cast & crew on receiving the District Runner-Up title on Thursday! The following students also received individual Acting Awards & Honorable Mentions for their acting talents:

Acting Awards: Jillian Adams, Jillian Dames, & Cailey Stout; Honorable Mentions: Garrett Hunke, Hannah Ryun, Kristen Schellenberg, McKenna Stewart, & Keira Stout--Awesome Job!

Seniors – food orders will be delivered on Thursday, December 9th.  You must pick up the orders that you sold that day.  If you are not delivering them the same day, you must be able to freeze them.  The orders will be delivered to the school before the end of the school day on the 9th.

FFA Members - Puffins will be arriving on Monday! You need to be prepared to take these home and store them in a freezer until you are ready to deliver.  

Food Drive Update: We are at 303 items of our 400 item goal.  Because so many people were gone yesterday, we are giving a small extension. So - you have until Tuesday to bring in enough items to earn a movie day.  Synek/Schroetlin homeroom is currently in the lead (providing over 1/4 of our school wide goal). Let's step it up.  

Juniors: You are reminded to make sure your cakes are here after school Monday for the cake raffle. Also you girls will need to set up a work schedule for the 2 shifts. Games begin at 3:30 so the 1st shift would need to start by 3:20 p.m.

FFA Meeting - Monday during Trojan Time. Fruit will be arriving next week!

FCCLA and eSports team members are reminded to sign up to work the concession stand on Monday. There is a sign-up bonus for those signing up for FCCLA concessions.

 

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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Good luck to the One-Act Cast & Crew today at District’s in Shickley. SS performs at 1 p.m.

Food Drive Update: We are currently a little over half way to our goal at 208 items.  Tomorrow is the final day to donate items and earn a movie day.  Ryun/Poessnecker homeroom is still in the lead. 

Seniors – food orders will be delivered on Thursday, December 9th.  You must pick up the orders that you sold that day.  If you are not delivering them the same day, you must be able to freeze them.  The orders will be delivered to the school before the end of the school day on the 9th.

FCCLA has concessions for Monday's c team basketball games.  Sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room to work a shift.

eSports team members please sign up for a concession stand shift for Monday, Dec. 6. See the sheet on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Schafer's Room.

FFA Meeting - Monday during Trojan Time. Fruit will be arriving next week!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, December 1, 2021

One-Act Cast & Crew.  Set those alarms!  The bus will be leaving at 7:30 AM sharp tomorrow morning.  Mrs. Enos will have breakfast waiting for you on the bus.  It's time to show off all your hard work this season at district contest!  Break a leg!

FCCLA has concessions for Monday's c team basketball games.  Sign up outside of Mrs. Drey's room to work a shift.

eSports team members please sign up for a concession stand shift for Monday, Dec. 6. See the sheet on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Schafer's Room.

FFA Meeting - Monday during Trojan Time. Fruit will be arriving next week!

Food Drive Update - we are at 155 total items. If each student brings in 5 items, we will easily meet our goal and earn a movie afternoon.  Currently, Ryun/Poessnecker homeroom is in the lead. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Congratulations to Cailey Stout for earning NCPA Academic All-State honors for softball.

FFA Members - You have concessions tonight for the JH Basketball game @ 4.  If you haven’t already, please sign up in  the Ag Room to work a shift.

One-Act Cast & Crew.  Set those alarms!  The bus will be leaving at 7:30 AM sharp on Thursday morning.  Mrs. Enos will have breakfast waiting for you on the bus.  It's time to show off all your hard work this season at district contest!  Break a leg!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, November 29, 2021

One Act Cast & Crew: Tonight is our public performance and final run-through before districts.  ALL Cast and those Crew members in charge of hair & make-up, need to report to the locker rooms to get ready at 6 PM.  All other Crew members need to be ready in their backstage crew spots no later than 7:15 PM.  Crew should be dressed in your black/dark attire.  Show Time is at 7:30 PM!  After the show we will honor our seniors on stage and take a group photo of all the cast and crew.  Break a Leg!

FFA Members - You have concessions tomorrow for the JH Basketball game @ 4.  Sign up in the Ag Room to work a shift.

FCCLA is providing the meal for tonight's One-Act performance tonight. Seniors napkins and plates; Juniors desserts; Sophomores side dishes; Freshmen desserts; Jr High salads

FCCLA members need to meet in the commons right after school to set up chairs and tables for tonight's meal. It should take only 15 minutes.  If you are not in the One-Act production or taking pictures tonight, you need to be here at 6 with your food ready to set up and serve.  Plan to stay to clean up.  We should be done serving and cleaning up by show time at 7:30 p.m. with everyone's help. 

This is the Final Week for the Food Drive!!!  We are currently at 89 items out of our 400 item goal.  Bring your donations to your home room.  There may be a prize for the top homeroom...and if we meet the 400 item goal, a movie afternoon will be earned. 

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

One-Act: For today’s School Performance, please get in the lunch line first. After eating, begin changing into your costumes in the locker rooms. Crew will need to be in black crew clothing and help get the backstage set up and ready. Everyone needs to be ready for onstage introductions at 12:50 PM.  All remaining students should be escorted to the gym when the bell rings at the end of Period 7.

One-Act: Monday, November 29th is our public performance!  Cast need to arrive on stage at 6 PM for costume, hair and makeup.  Crew need to be in black clothes and ready on stage at 7:15 PM.  Showtime is at 7:30 PM!  Your punctuality and full participation are key to a positive experience at district contest on Thursday, December 2nd.  See Mrs. Enos with any questions or concerns.

Jillian Dames and Kelby Dames are the winners of the FCCLA pie contest for their peanut butter silk pie.

FCCLA is providing the meal for Monday night's One-Act performance. Seniors napkins and plates; Juniors desserts; Sophomores side dishes; Freshmen desserts; Jr High salads

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, November 22, 2021

Congratulations to the eSports team on earning 3rd place in Division 4 Overwatch at state! You made SSCS proud!

FCCLA worknight is tonight from 3:30-5:00; The meeting tonight is from 5-6:30. This month's food contest is pie.

November Fun Day, brought to you by Student Council- You can wear pajamas to school tomorrow keeping with the dress code.

One-Act: For Tuesday's School Performance, please get in the lunch line first. After eating, begin changing into your costumes in the locker rooms. Crew will need to be in black crew clothing and help get the backstage set up and ready. Everyone needs to be ready for onstage introductions at 12:50 PM.  You may come to school with hair and make-up already done, or you can do this in Mrs. Enos's room before school from 7:30 AM - 8:00 AM.  

One-Act: Monday, November 29th is our public performance!  Cast need to arrive on stage at 6 PM for costume, hair and makeup.  Crew need to be in black clothes and ready on stage at 7:15 PM.  Showtime is at 7:30 PM!  Your punctuality and full participation are key to a positive experience at district contest on Thursday, December 2nd.  See Mrs. Enos with any questions or concerns.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, November 19, 2021

American Education Week wraps up today with Trojan Pride day. Reminder that the ‘I Can Make a Difference” can food drive will continue until Dec. 3rd. Today at 2:50, students and staff should report to the commons for the assembly and Minute-to-Win-It games.

FCCLA worknight is Monday from 3:30-5:00; There will be a meeting on Monday from 5-6:30. This month's food contest is pie.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, November 18, 2021

American Education Week is this week. Today’s theme is Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Tomorrow is Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride. Reminder that the ‘I Can Make a Difference” can food drive will continue until Dec. 3rd.

Congratulations to all those FFA members that participated at Leadership Development Events yesterday in West Point.  Receiving Blue Ribbons: The officer team (Cailey, Jenna, Addison, Hannah, Ashley, Jill, Izzy, and Kadyn) in Opening Ceremonies, Ashley in Jr Public Speaking, and Krista in Natural Resources.  Receiving Purple Ribbons and alternates to state: Hannah in Jr Public and Keira in Creed.  Receiving a purple, second place, and representing the chapter at the state competition in April-Zoey; and Cailey received a purple in Employment Skills!

Any Junior or Senior interested in taking Peru State Dual Credit classes next semester needs to meet in Mrs. Fischer’s room tomorrow morning during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your TT teacher before hand.

FCCLA worknight is Monday from 3:30-5:00; There will be a meeting on Monday from 5-6:30. This month's food contest is pie.

The following juniors are reminded they signed up to work concessions tonight at 4 p.m. for the JH basketball games: Addison, DesiRae, Merivath and Eryn.  You are also reminded that you need to stay afterwards to help clean the bleachers so you need to make sure your parents are aware you need to stay until the games are over.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

American Education Week is this week. Today’s theme is Hats Off to Education where you can wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride. Reminder that the ‘I Can Make a Difference” can food drive will continue until Dec. 3rd.

Congratulations to the One-Act Cast & Crew for showing amazing teamwork and positively representing their community at Conference.  Our light board and spotlight crew: Ashley Stadt, DesiRae Svehla, Kadyn Wheelock and Skye Wheelock received technical crew honors.  Individual acting honorable mentions were given to: Jillian Dames, Garrett Hunke, Hannah Ryun, Cailey Stout, and Keira Stout.  Awesome job!  The cast and crew are incredibly excited to perform "Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit" for the whole school on Tuesday, November 23rd. Get ready to be entertained!

Any Junior or Senior interested in taking Peru State Dual Credit classes next semester needs to meet in Mrs. Fischer’s room Friday morning during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your TT teacher before hand.

Sophomores need to meet in Ms. Piper’s room during 2nd period tomorrow to go over ASVAB results.

Juniors: You will have a class meeting tomorrow morning in Ms. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m. Bring your prom themes to be voted on and your ideas for decorating your corners. Also a reminder for you girls to remind your parents about the cookie tray sales. You will need to bring 4 dozen Christmas type cookies each for the trays to school to make the trays for the fund-raiser.

FCCLA worknights this tomorrow from 6-8 and next Monday from 3:30-5:00

FCCLA meeting will be Monday from 5-6:30. This month's food contest is pie.

The following juniors are reminded they signed up to work concessions tomorrow at 4 p.m. for the JH basketball games: Addison, DesiRae, Merivath and Eryn.  You are also reminded that you need to stay afterwards to help clean the bleachers.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

American Education Week is this week. Today’s theme is dress as your future career day; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education where you can wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride. Reminder that the ‘I Can Make a Difference” can food drive will continue until Dec. 3rd.

Juniors: You will have a class meeting Thursday morning in Ms. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m. Bring your prom themes to be voted on and your ideas for decorating your corners. Also a reminder for you girls to remind your parents about the cookie tray sales. We will need you to bring 4 dozen cookies each for the trays to school to make the trays for the fund-raiser.

FCCLA worknights this Thursday from 6-8 and next Monday from 3:30-5:00

FCCLA meeting will be Monday from 5-6:30.  This month's food contest is pie.

The following juniors are reminded they signed up to work concessions Thursday at 4 p.m. for the JH basketball games: Addison, DesiRae, Merivath and Eryn.  You are also reminded that you need to stay afterwards to help clean the bleachers.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

Activities for today:  EHC One-Act @ Lyons-Decatur, 2 p.m.; Winter Sports Kick-Off at LV, 6 p.m.-Meal/7 p.m. mtg

Wednesday: FFA District LDE @ Nielsen Center; eSports practice, 4 p.m.

Thursday: Jr. class meeting, 7:40 a.m.; JH BBB host W-P @ S-S, 4:30 p.m.-Jr’s have concession stand; ASVAB results with sophomores-P2; eSports practice, 4 p.m.

Friday: Josten’s Rep returns to pick up orders

Saturday: NSeSA State eSports @ Concordia, 10:30 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Tuesday Lunch: Tater tot Bar, cooked broccoli, cookies, pineapple

Wednesday Breakfast: Muffins & Yogurt

Wednesday Lunch: Taco burger, rice, green beans, pears

Thursday Breakfast: Banana Bread

Thursday Lunch: Turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, dinner roll, fruit fluff

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, baby carrots, peaches

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, November 15, 2021

American Education Week is this week. Today’s theme is School is Cool—Wear sweat pants to keep warm! “I Can Make a Difference” canned food drive kick-off and will run until Dec. 3rd; Tomorrow is dress as your future career day; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education where you can wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride.

FFA Reminder: Turn in your fruit sales orders to Mrs. Ryun as you get them.  All orders are due Thursday at the end of the day.  

One-Act Students:  Required start times for tonight's dress rehearsal in the gym/on stage: Cast = 6:15 for make-up, hair, and costumes; Crew = 6:30 to practice stage set up and tear down; Pizza, Chips and Water will be ready to eat at 6 PM if you need dinner; Stage rehearsal brings promptly at 7 PM. Everyone needs to stay after rehearsal to help load the trailer before leaving for the night; Bus Leaves Tuesday morning at 7:30 AM! See you on time, in full costume on stage this Monday evening!  It's show time!

Juniors: You will have a class meeting next Thursday morning in Ms. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m. Bring your prom themes to be voted on and your ideas for decorating your corners.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

                                                                           STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, November 12, 2021

American Education Week is next week Nov. 15-19th. Dress up these days include: Monday-School is Cool—Wear sweat pants to keep warm! “I Can Make a Difference” canned food drive kick-off and will run until Dec. 3rd; Tuesday-Future Career Day-Dress as your future career; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education—Wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride.

FFA Reminder: Turn in your fruit sales orders to Mrs. Ryun as you get them.  All orders are due Thursday at the end of the day.  

One-Act: Monday is our dress rehearsal:

6:00 PM - Pizza Served

6:15-6:45 - Cast hair, make-up and costumes in locker rooms

6:30 PM- Crew on stage & will run through tearing down and setting up the set

7:00 PM - Two Run Throughs Begin & We will load the trailed afterwards; If everyone is on time and ready, we can end rehearsal on time. See you on Monday!

Sophomores and Seniors: Jostens will be here today to visit with you about purchasing class rings and graduation supplies starting with the seniors at 10:30. When the seniors are finished, sophomores will be called to the library. Jostens will then return to S-S next Friday to pick up orders.

Juniors: You will have a class meeting next Thursday morning in Ms. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m. Bring your prom themes to be voted on and your ideas for decorating your corners.

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, November 11, 2021

American Education Week is next week Nov. 15-19th. Dress up these days include: Monday-School is Cool—Wear sweat pants to keep warm! “I Can Make a Difference” canned food drive kick-off and will run until Dec. 3rd; Tuesday-Future Career Day-Dress as your future career; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education—Wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride.

Sophomores and Seniors: Jostens will be here tomorrow to visit with you about purchasing class rings and graduation supplies. Seniors will meet with the rep in the library at 10:30. When the seniors are finished, sophomores will be called to the library. Jostens will then return to S-S next Friday to pick up orders.

Juniors: You will have a class meeting next Thursday morning in Ms. Rangeloff’s room at 7:40 a.m. Bring your prom themes to be voted on and your ideas for decorating your corners.

There is One-Act practice tonight from 7-8:30 PM.  Cast: Please arrive at the gym prior to 7 PM so you have time to put on your costume. Mrs. Enos will be in the gym as early as 6 PM to accommodate. All cast and crew need to be in your ready-to-perform-stage-spots promptly at 7 PM.  See you then!

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

American Education Week is next week Nov. 15-19th. Dress up these days include: Monday-School is Cool—Wear sweat pants to keep warm! “I Can Make a Difference” canned food drive kick-off and will run until Dec. 3rd; Tuesday-Future Career Day-Dress as your future career; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education—Wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride.

The following students will need to be in the gym by 9:00 am tomorrow to practice for the Veterans Day program: Jillian Dames, Cailey Stout, Addison Lange, Maycie Streit, Jillian Adams, Thomas Baker, Hunter Weyer and Chandler Carrier. Please remember to wear dress clothes and not just jeans and tshirts.

There is One-Act practice this Thursday from 7-8:30 PM.  Cast: Please arrive at the gym prior to 7 PM so you have time to put on your costume. Mrs. Enos will be in the gym as early as 6 PM to accommodate. All cast and crew need to be in your ready-to-perform-stage-spots promptly at 7 PM.  See you then!

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

American Education Week is next week Nov. 15-19th. Dress up these days include: Monday-School is Cool—Wear sweat pants to keep warm! “I Can Make a Difference” canned food drive kick-off and will run until Dec. 3rd; Tuesday-Future Career Day-Dress as your future career; Wednesday-Hats Off to Education—Wear a hat to show your appreciation for education; Thank a support staff person for all of their hard work and efforts to make our school run smoothly; Thursday—Collegiate Gear—Wear clothing to signify “You can become anything you want with a great education”; Friday-Trojan Pride day—Wear Trojan gear to show your school pride.

FFA Greenhand Night is tonight at 6:30 pm.  All members are expected to attend, and be in official dress. 

On Nov. 23rd, the school will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive at the Mohr Auditorium mobile unit from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Any staff or students who are wanting to donate are asked to contact Kelsey Piper to schedule an appointment.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, November 8, 2021

One-Act: Our next rehearsal will be Thursday.  Practice starts onstage at 7PM.  You can arrive at the gym between 6:00 - 6:45 PM to put on your costume prior to the 7 PM start time.  See Mrs. Enos with any questions!  See you then!

FFA Greenhand Night is tomorrow night at 6:30 pm.  All members are expected to attend, and be in official dress. There will be work night tonight after school until 5 p.m.

FCCLA members who haven’t picked up their t-shirts or submitted their lollipop money, please do so today or tomorrow. Please also check your canvas messages about upcoming events.

A reminder that the following Juniors are scheduled to work the concession stand starting at 4 p.m.—Addison, Eryn, Jenna and Maycie.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, November 5, 2021

One-Act: Our next rehearsal will be Thursday, November 11th.  Practice starts onstage at 7PM.  You can arrive at the gym between 6:00 - 6:45 PM to put on your costume prior to the 7 PM start time.  See Mrs. Enos with any questions!  See you then!

FCCLA lollipop money is due Monday.   FCCLA tshirts are here - your money is due to Mrs. Drey.

FFA Reminder: Greenhand Night is Tuesday at 6:30 pm.  All members are expected to attend, and be in official dress. 

Reminder to all softball players about the banquet on Sunday at 6 pm at Logan View High School. 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, November 4, 2021

Attention teachers and students: If anyone has any photos of Jordan Adams that they would be willing to share with the family, please email them to Shelly in the office. A folder will be compiled and shared with the family.

FCCLA members tshirts will be here tomorrow. Mrs. Drey needs your $16 before you get your shirts.  

Lollipop sales end tomorrow.  Turn your money in by Monday.

FFA Meeting, Friday morning during Trojan Time - in the media center. FFA work Night: tonight from 6-8

FFA Reminder: Greenhand Night is Tuesday at 6:30 pm.  All members are expected to attend, and be in official dress. 

There will be a Softball banquet on Sunday at 6 pm at Logan View High School.  These groups are asked to bring food dishes to share with everyone at the banquet:  Freshman -- 2 dessert dishes each, Sophomores -- salads, appetizers, Juniors -- side dishes,  Seniors -- main dishes 

There will be a meeting in Mr. McDuffee's room after school for any boy or girl who is interested in wrestling in high school this season.

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Congratulations to Cailey Stout for being selected to the Lincoln Journal Star 2nd Team All State honors.  Kaitlin Mundil earned Honorable Mention honors.

There will be a Softball banquet on Sunday, November 7th at 6pm at Logan View High School. 

These groups are asked to bring these food dishes to share with everyone at the banquet:  Freshman -- 2 dessert dishes each, Sophomores -- salads, appetizers, Juniors -- side dishes,  Seniors -- main dishes 

FCCLA t-shirts will be picked up this week.  If you haven't already paid, Mrs. Drey needs your $16 when you come get your shirt.

There will be a Student Council meeting in the media center Thurs., Nov. 4th at 7:50 a.m.

There will be a meeting in Mr. McDuffee's room after school on Thursday, November 4th for anyone boy or girl who is interested in wrestling in high school this season.

There will be One-Act rehearsal on stage for all cast and crew from 7:00 - 8:30 PM this Tuesday evening.  See you then!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Monday, November 1, 2021

There will be a FFA Fruit Sales meeting right after school in the Ag Room. Stop in to get your information and order materials. 

One Act Rehearsal is tonight from 7:00 - 8:30 PM on stage!  See you then!

There will be a basketball meeting at 4:00 pm tomorrow at LV for any 9th-12th girl interested in playing basketball this year. If interested, please stop by Coach Piper's room by the end of the day. 

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 29, 2021

One-Act Practice will be 7:00-8:30 PM Monday, 11/1 & Tuesday 11/2 next week on the stage.  See you then!

Speech Team commitment forms are due back to Mrs. Enos by the end of today/Friday.

Bananas and ghosts need to meet in Mrs. Drey's room at the end of 3rd period for a picture retake, please.

There will be a basketball meeting at 4:00 pm on Tuesday at LV for any 9th-12th girl interested in playing basketball this year. If interested, please stop by Coach Piper's room by Monday. 

FCCLA members are selling lollipops for $1.

Students - We have posted the spring dual credit on-line course list outside the high school office for Peru State College. If you're interested in taking one of these classes, please speak with Mrs. Fischer and she will assist you.

 

 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, October 28, 2021

Picture retakes are next Thursday, Nov. 4th. If you want to have your photo re-taken and received a picture packet/card, please return this to the photographer next Thursday when you are called.

There will be a basketball meeting at 4:00 pm on Tuesday at LV for any 9th-12th girl interested in playing basketball this year. If interested, please stop by Coach Piper's room by Monday. 

FCCLA members are selling lollipops for $1.

Students - We have posted the spring dual credit on-line course list outside the high school office for Peru State College. If you're interested in taking one of these classes, please speak with Mrs. Fischer and she will assist you.

Activities for today:  Nat’l FFA Convention in Indianapolis; eSports vs Pender @ 4:15 p.m.

Friday: Staff Shout-Out Breakfast-Band Room, 7:30 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Thursday Lunch: Taquito’s, chips & salsa, refried beans, apricots

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: UFO, space grass, light saber, alien goo

Monday Breakfast: Apple Frudel

Monday Lunch: Chicken legs, mashed potatoes, green beans, mixed fruit

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 27, 2021

A friendly reminder that prior to the school day all Jr. High students who are here before 7:45 a.m. need to report to the commons area to eat breakfast or hang out in the hallway by the restrooms. After 7:45 a.m., or when you're done eating breakfast, please report to your Trojan Time classroom.

FCCLA members are selling lollipops for $1.

Students - We have posted the spring dual credit on-line course list outside the high school office for Peru State College. If you're interested in taking one of these classes, please speak with Mrs. Fischer and she will assist you.

One Act: All Cast & Crew will rehearse next week on Monday, 11/1 & Tuesday, 11/2 onstage from 7:00-8:30 PM.  Cast need to have lines memorized, no scripts onstage.  Please be on time.

Speech Team interest forms are due back to Mrs. Enos by the end of the day on Friday.

 

 

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Tuesday, October 26, 2021

The next two One-Act Rehearsals will be Monday, November 1st & Tuesday, November 2nd.  All cast and crew need to be on stage at 7:00 PM.  Lines need to be memorized by Monday the 1st.  See you then!

Speech Team Interest Forms are due back to Mrs. Enos by the end of the day Friday.  If you are wanting to compete this winter, but were not able to attend Monday's meeting, you can pick up the information in Mrs. Enos's room this week.

 

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Monday, October 25, 2021

The next two One-Act Rehearsals will be Monday, November 1st & Tuesday, November 2nd.  All cast and crew need to be on stage at 7:00 PM.  Lines need to be memorized by Monday the 1st.  See you then!

Good luck to the LVSS volleyball team in sub-district action tonight against Arlington. The game will be in North Bend at approximately 6 p.m.

Students and Staff: Feel free to dress up on Friday 29th for Halloween. Prizes may or may not be awarded

 

 

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Friday, October 22, 2021

One Act: Please check your school email for our November Rehearsal Schedule and plan accordingly.  Our next practice is Monday, November 1st for ALL cast and crew on stage from 7:00-8:30 PM. No scripts and lines memorized.

There will be an interest meeting for any high school student considering competing on Speech Team this winter in Mrs. Enos's room during Trojan Time on Monday, October 25th.    Stop in next Monday to find out more about this great activity! 

Sub-district volleyball brackets have been released. LVSS will play Monday in North Bend against Arlington at 6 p.m.

FCCLA members are reminded of your meeting right after school.

Students and Staff: Feel free to dress up on Friday 29th for Halloween. Prizes may or may not be awarded

Thursday, October 21, 2021

Sophomores will be taking the ASVAB tomorrow in Mr. Stewart’s room.  It will be Periods 1-4.

One Act: Please check your school email for our November Rehearsal Schedule and plan accordingly.  Our next practice is Monday, November 1st for ALL cast and crew on stage from 7:00-8:30 PM. No scripts and lines memorized.

Juniors: You will have the concession stand on the following dates: Nov. 8, Nov. 18 and Dec. 31st. You will all need to sign up and work at least 2 shifts. The sheet needs to be returned to the office.

FCCLA meeting will be Friday right after school until about 5.  Bring a soup to share and a pumpkin to carve or decorate.

 

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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

Sophomores will be taking the ASVAB Friday in Mr. Stewart’s room.  It will be Periods 1-4.

One-Act Cast and Crew: Please check your school email for the rehearsal and performance dates for the rest of the season and plan accordingly.  Attendance is mandatory to be able to compete.  Our next on-stage rehearsal is Monday, November 1st.  You may come in before or after school for individual or small group work this week and next week; simply make an appointment with Mrs. Enos. Remember: No Script November!  

Picture packets and ID cards were handed out yesterday. If you didn’t receive your items, please come to the office.

Juniors: You will have the concession stand on the following dates: Nov. 8, Nov. 18 and Dec. 31st. You will all need to sign up and work at least 2 shifts.

FCCLA meeting will be Friday right after school until about 5.  Bring a soup to share and a pumpkin to carve or decorate.

Seniors – all orders must be turned in to Mrs. Fischer or Mrs. Schafer by 3:30 today!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Congratulations to the Schroetlin/Synek TT group.  They logged 60.5 miles/205 points for 1st place

and to Ruzicka/Stewart TT group with 42.375miles /152.275 points for 2nd place. Both groups received a healthy breakfast this morning. Individual winners were Ms. Synek, Shawn, Shandera, Kristen, Raelynn, Ms. Silver, Joel, Adam and Brennan. Ms. Synek walked 31 miles! Thanks to all who participated in The Mile Challenge!

Sophomores will be taking the ASVAB Friday in Mr. Stewart’s room.  It will be Periods 1-4.

FCCLA meeting will be Friday right after school until about 5.  Bring a soup to share and a pumpkin to carve or decorate.

FCCLA members need to get your $8 for lunch at WSC tomorrow to Mrs. Drey. Your yellow sheets are due to the office by noon today.

FCCLA tshirts will be delivered soon, they are $16.

Seniors – all orders must be turned in to Mrs. Fischer or Mrs. Schafer by 3:30 on Wednesday, Oct. 20th.

One-Act Rehearsal is tonight from 7:00-8:30 PM for ALL cast and crew.  We will run through the show twice, so please be on time.  See you tonight!

 

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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up is tomorrow at 1:30. Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school.

The next ALL cast and crew One-Act practice will be Tuesday, October 19th on stage from 7:00-8:30 PM.  The goal is to run through the play twice so please be on time.  Cast: bring your scripts and practice your lines over break.  See you on Tuesday!

FFA Members - please sign up to help with Feed the Farmer and LDE contests. 

 

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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Good luck to the LVSS volleyball team tonight in Capitol Conference action in Yutan vs Yutan at 7 p.m.

FCCLA members - make sure you check your canvas messages about upcoming events.  The t-shirt order will be placed Wednesday afternoon.

One-Act - if you'd like individual help with memorizing lines you have the option to sign up this week for help with Mrs. Enos after school.  All Cast & Crew will have our next on-stage rehearsal when we return from fall break on Tuesday, October 19th from 7:00-8:30 PM.   See you then!

All Seniors need to meet in Mrs. Fischer’s room tomorrow morning during Trojan Time.  Check in with your Trojan Time room first. Seniors are also reminded that when you get your senior pictures taken, please make sure you or your photographer submits a composite photo to the office. This must be in portrait view, not landscape. These photos are also needed by the Journalism class for the senior spotlights for the newsletters.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up is Thursday at 1:30. Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school.

FFA Members - please sign up to help with Feed the Farmer and LDE contests. 

Juniors you are reminded of your mandatory meeting tomorrow morning at 7:40 in Ms. Rangeloff’s room. Bring your prom theme ideas and be ready to discuss corner decorations.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 11, 2021

Good luck to the LVSS volleyball team as they enter conference tournament play tonight at LV. Games start at 6 p.m. and LVSS plays game 2.

One-Act - if you'd like individual help with memorizing lines you have the option to sign up this week for help with Mrs. Enos after school.  All Cast & Crew will have our next on-stage rehearsal when we return from fall break on Tuesday, October 19th from 7:00-8:30 PM.   See you then!

FFA Members attending EDGE Conference tomorrow: Yellow sheets are due today.  Don't forget money for lunch, a mask, and proper attire (no sweat pants).  We will be leaving shortly after 8 am.  

All Seniors need to meet in Mrs. Fischer’s room Wednesday morning during Trojan Time.  Check in with your Trojan Time room first. Seniors are also reminded that when you get your senior pictures taken, please make sure you or your photographer submits a composite photo to the office. This must be in portrait view, not landscape. These photos are also needed by the Journalism class for the senior spotlights for the newsletters.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up is Thursday at 1:30. Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school.

FFA Members - please sign up to help with Feed the Farmer next Friday and LDE contests. 

Juniors you are reminded of your mandatory meeting Wednesday morning at 7:40 in Ms. Rangeloff’s room. Bring your prom theme ideas and be ready to discuss corner decorations.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, October 8, 2021

One-Act: There are no all cast/crew rehearsals the week of October 11th-14th.  Any cast member may sign up for a 30 minute after school appointment during this time for individual help in Mrs Enos's classroom.  Available openings will be from 3:30 - 5:30 PM Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday to work with Mrs. Enos on memorizing lines, accents, and costume fittings. This is optional, but a great way to get one-on-one help.  The next cast and crew rehearsal will be Tuesday, October 19th on the stage at 7:00 PM.

FFA/FCCLA Highway Clean-up will be Thursday at 1:30. Meet in Mrs. Ryun's room right after school.

FFA Members - please sign up to help with Feed the Farmer next Friday and LDE contests. 

eSports members, you are reminded that tomorrow you need to be here by 8:00 am with your gear and shirts on. You will need to stay all day and help with clean up.

Juniors you are reminded of your mandatory meeting Wednesday morning at 7:40 in Ms. Rangeloff’s room. Bring your prom theme ideas and be ready to discuss corner decorations.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Congratulations to Jillian Dames one of this years NSAA & US Bank Believers & Achievers recipients.

One-Act Rehearsal for BOTH cast and crew will be tomorrow from 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  Meet in the gym.  We will begin with Scene 6, then work through ALL Scenes 1-6.  All cast and crew members should be on stage to begin at 7 PM.  See Mrs. Enos with questions.

Softball will have uniform check-in and field clean-up tomorrow.  We will leave at 3:40 p.m. in the minibus.  Please bring your uniform and any equipment that needs to be turned in.

FFA Meeting is tomorrow morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center.

Juniors you are reminded of your mandatory meeting Tuesday morning at 7:40 in Ms. Rangeloff’s room. Bring your prom theme ideas and be ready to discuss corner decorations.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Students: You are reminded that Quarter 1 will end on Oct. 14th. All missing assignments will be entered as zero’s in the grade book. Please check with your teachers to make sure you have everything turned in.

One-Act Rehearsal for BOTH cast and crew will be this Thursday from 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  Meet in the gym.  We will begin with Scene 6, then work through ALL Scenes 1-6.  All cast and crew members should be on stage to begin at 7 PM.  See Mrs. Enos with questions.

Juniors will have a close-up meeting Wednesday morning during TT in the media center.

FFA Meeting - Thursday, during Trojan Time in the Media Center.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, October 4, 2021

Seniors, you are reminded to sign up for a shift for concessions during the eSports tournament on Sat. Oct. 9. The sheet is on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Schafer's room.

Southeast Community College will be here on Tuesday, October 26th @ 8:00 a.m.  Please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Nebraska Wesleyan will be here on Wednesday, October 27th @ 1:00 p.m.  Please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.

FFA Meeting - Thursday, during Trojan Time in the Media Center.

There is a One Act rehearsal Monday evening for CREW/BACKSTAGE MEMBERS ONLY.  Please be on the stage in the gym at 7 PM.  It will last until 8 PM.  Snacks provided.  See you then!

Northeast Community College will be here on Tuesday, October 19th @ 1:00 p.m. Seniors, please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room if you would like to visit with them.  If you do not sign up by Wednesday, October 13th, you will not be allowed to attend.

Staff and students: The booster club on-line store where you can purchase t-shirts, hoodies, beanies, etc will be open until Oct. 8th. See Shelly in the office for a link to see what is available for purchase.

FFA Shirts will be in on Monday.  Bring your money for your hoodie and dues if you haven't done so yet! 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, October 1, 2021

Northeast Community College will be here on Tuesday, October 19th @ 1:00 p.m. Seniors, please sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room if you would like to visit with them.  If you do not sign up by Wednesday, October 13th, you will not be allowed to attend.

There are extra Medium, Large, and Extra-large pink out t-shirts if you'd like one but missed the order deadline.  Let Mrs. Ryun know if you are interested.

FFA Officer Meeting: Monday, during Trojan Time, in the Media Center. 

FFA Shirts will be in on Monday.  Bring your money for your hoodie and dues if you haven't done so yet! 

There will be a CREW ONLY One Act 101 workshop on Monday in the gym from 7-8 PM.  Snacks will be provided and you will be learning the ropes (pun intended!) of all things backstage!  CREW ONLY.  If you cannot make it, please let Mrs. Enos know before the weekend.

The Homecoming dance for all 9-12 grade students from SS & LV is tomorrow in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10.

 FFA and FCCLA will be selling hotdogs, pop, water, chips and bars at the dance Saturday night.

Jr high students please sign up on Mrs. Ryun's door to work a shift.

Save the date: On Oct. 23rd, a free women’s self-defense seminar provided by Vacha Warrior Training Branch and Grandmaster James Rosenbach will take place here at S-S. Surviving a fighting encounter is the theme for the seminar which will take place from 10-12 p.m. in the gym. No registration is needed but if you want a S.A.F.E. seminar t-shirt for $20, you are asked to email vachawtb@hotmail.com or call (402) 720-7760 by Oct. 11.

 

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Thursday, September 30, 2021

Tomorrow will be the last day to place an order for your eSports t-shirt. See Mrs. Schafer or an eSports team member to place your order.

Homecoming court needs to take a picture tomorrow during 3rd period. Please wear or bring nice clothes for the photo. The Homecoming dance for all 9-12 grade students from SS & LV is Saturday in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Outside date forms are due today. No exceptions.  A reminder that you must be in good standing to attend.

FFA and FCCLA will be selling hotdogs, pop, water, chips and bars at the dance Saturday night.

Jr high students please sign up on Mrs. Ryun's door to work a shift.

Today’s Mental Health and Suicide Prevention assembly will take place in the gym at 1 p.m. 9-12 students will go straight to the gym following lunch and all 7-8 grade students and their teachers should report to the gym by 1 p.m.

Please dismiss all volleyball players today at 2:45 for their games in Louisville.

One Act rehearsal for any cast member in Scenes 1-3 starting at 7 PM on the stage.  See you then!

For anyone who will be attending the football game tomorrow, Boys Town will be doing a Pink-Out Night for the LVSS football game. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m.

Save the date: On Oct. 23rd, a free women’s self-defense seminar provided by Vacha Warrior Training Branch and Grandmaster James Rosenbach will take place here at S-S. Surviving a fighting encounter is the theme for the seminar which will take place from 10-12 p.m. in the gym. No registration is needed but if you want a S.A.F.E. seminar t-shirt for $20, you are asked to email vachawtb@hotmail.com or call (402) 720-7760 by Oct. 11.

The October on-line newsletter provided mainly by the Journalism students highlighting some S-S staff is now posted on the sstrojans.org webpage.

 

 

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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

One-Act practice is tomorrow at 7:00 PM on the stage for all Cast in Scenes 1-3.  If you auditioned and accepted a role, you need to be in attendance, unless you are competing in another school-related activity that evening.  Please see Mrs. Enos with any concerns/conflicts.

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office and are due back by tomorrow. No exceptions.

There will be a Senior class meeting tomorrow during Trojan Time in Mrs. Fischer’s room. Seniors make sure to check in for attendance and lunch before attending this meeting.

For anyone who will be attending the football game on Friday, Boys Town will be doing a Pink-Out Night for the LVSS football game. Kick-off is set for 7 p.m.

 

 

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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

As an award for the large contribution for the ‘All for Books’ change collection, all students Prek-12 will be awarded a movie after lunch on Oct. 14th.  More details to follow.

There will be a Student Council meeting tomorrow morning at 7:50 in Mrs. Schroetlin's room to discuss the upcoming dance.

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office and are due back by next Thursday. No exceptions.

There will be a Senior class meeting Thursday during Trojan Time in Mrs. Fischer’s room. 

One-Act Cast and & Crew practice times: Tonight--7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast in Scenes 4-6; Thursday 9/30: 7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast Scenes 1-3. Bring your script!

 

              

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, September 27, 2021

Congratulations to this year’s Homecoming King and Queen, Chandler and Jenna!

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office and are due back by next Thursday. No exceptions.

There will be a Senior class meeting on Thursday during Trojan Time in Mrs. Fischer’s room. 

One-Act Cast and & Crew practice times: Tonight--6:30-7:45 PM Dinner & Table Read for Cast & Crew in Mrs. Enos's Room; Tuesday 9/28: 7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast in Scenes 4-6; Thursday 9/30: 7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast Scenes 1-3. Bring your script!

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 23, 2021

The eSports team is selling t-shirts with our logo on the front if you're interested see an eSports team member. Today the eSports team will compete against Pender at 4:15 p.m.

Nattlie Hull is the winner of this month's FCCLA taste testing contest.  Nattlie brought salsa. October's contest will be hot soups. 

Please excuse the softball girls at 3 pm today so they can change and get to the softball field for their game. 

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office and are due back by next Thursday. No exceptions.

One-Act Cast and & Crew: Get ready for the season to officially start on Monday! Monday 9/27: 6:30-7:45 PM Dinner & Table Read for Cast & Crew in Mrs. Enos's Room; Tuesday 9/28: 7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast in Scenes 4-6; Thursday 9/30: 7:00-8:30 PM On Stage for all cast Scenes 1-3. Bring your script!

The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. These need to be purchased no later than NOON.

Reminder: We don’t have school tomorrow. The Homecoming football game starts at 6:30 with the coronation to follow the game.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

The eSports team is selling t-shirts with our logo on the front if you're interested see an eSports team member. Tomorrow the eSports team will be playing a regular-season match against Pender at 4:15 p.m.

Seniors - if you have not turned in your Senior trip/fundraising form to Mrs. Fischer, they were due yesterday and need to be turned in ASAP.  Fundraising starts next week.

Students: When you are checking out books from the library, you need to write your name legibly so Mrs. Kafonek can read it. 

FCCLA members have a meeting today following the parade. The bake-off entries for today’s meeting competition are to be dips that can be served with chips or crackers. A TT group will test tomorrow morning.

FFA and FCCLA will be holding a food stand at an auction near West Point this Saturday.  Sign up outside the Ag Room to work a shift.  Also, all members need to bring a minimum of 1 dozen homemade bars individually wrapped on Thursday. FFA members are reminded that you have concessions at the softball triangular on Thursday.  Sign up in the Ag Room to work a shift.  

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office.

One-Act Cast and & Crew: Our first practice is Monday in Mrs. Enos's Room from 6:30 - 7:45 PM.  We will start with dinner, table read, and then end with an informational meeting.  If you are a cast member and cannot attend, please see Mrs. Enos this week to discuss your absence. Check your school email for the season's schedule/script if you lost your original copy.

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade is downtown is at 12:30. TODAY- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. Tomorrow is the last day to purchase a ticket. These need to be purchased no later than NOON.

Picture Day is tomorrow morning. We will start with the elementary and work our way through the grade levels finishing with the PM pre-school class.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

FCCLA members have a meeting at 1:30 tomorrow following the parade. Reminder for FCCLA members the bake-off entries for tomorrow’s meeting competition are to be dips that can be served with chips or crackers. A TT group will test Thursday morning.

Students in Mrs. Schafer and Mrs. Silver need to stop by Mrs. Schafer's room and place their donut order for Thursday's Trojan Time.

Thursday softball game in Scribner will be Parent’s Night with special recognition given to the senior members of the team.

FFA and FCCLA will be holding a food stand at an auction near West Point this Saturday.  Sign up outside the Ag Room to work a shift.  Also, all members need to bring a minimum of 1 dozen homemade bars individually wrapped on Thursday. FFA members are reminded that you have concessions at the softball triangular on Thursday.  Sign up in the Ag Room to work a shift.  

Scribner-Snyder’s Homecoming dance for SS & LV students will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office.

One-Act Cast and & Crew: Our first practice is Monday in Mrs. Enos's Room from 6:30 - 7:45 PM.  We will start with dinner, table read, and then end with an informational meeting.  If you are a cast member and cannot attend, please see Mrs. Enos this week to discuss your absence. Check your school email for the season's schedule/script if you lost your original copy.

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade tomorrow is downtown is at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. TODAY- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, September 20, 2021

The Army will have a table at lunch today if anyone would like to speak with them.

FCCLA members have a meeting at 1:30 on Wednesday after school.

FFA and FCCLA will be holding a food stand at an auction near West Point this Saturday.  Sign up outside the Ag Room to work a shift.  Also, all members need to bring a minimum of 1 dozen homemade bars individually wrapped on Thursday.

Scribner's Homecoming dance will be Saturday, October 2nd in the high school gym. Pictures from 6:30-7:00. Dance from 7-10. Just a reminder that if you are on the down/failing list, you will not be permitted to attend. The cost is free. Just come and have a good time. Outside dates need to have a form filled out. These can be found in the office.

One-Act Cast and & Crew: Our first practice is next Monday, September 27th in Mrs. Enos's Room from 6:30 - 7:45 PM.  We will start with dinner, table read, and then end with an informational meeting.  If you are a cast member and cannot attend, please see Mrs. Enos this week to discuss your absence. Check your school email for the season's schedule/script if you lost your original copy.

Any Senior wishing to meet with the Wayne State rep on Thursday, Sept. 30th at 10:30 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Juniors: Reminder that you have the concession stand at 5:20 p.m. on Monday.

The Student Council is running a dance performance for the homecoming pep rally. Anyone, grades 7-12, can participate. The dance routine will be taught again tonight @ 6:30 pm and not tomorrow night.

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. TODAY- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year.

 

          

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, September 17, 2021

Seniors you will need to report to Mrs. Fischer’s room today for 7th period.

The Army will have a table at lunch on Monday if you would like to speak with them at that time.

Any Senior wishing to meet with the Wayne State rep on Thursday, Sept. 30th at 10:30 a.m. needs to sign up outside of Mrs. Fischer’s room.

There will be a Student Council meeting Monday morning (Sept 20) in Mrs Schroetlin's room at 7:50 a.m.

Today is the final day to purchase items from the Scholastic Book Fair, except for during Parent/Teacher Conferences next Wednesday.

Today is the last day to order a Pink-Out t-shirt for this year’s Pink-Out nights. Order forms are on the high school counter.

FFA Members have concessions at the softball triangular next Thursday.  Sign up in the Ag Room for a shift. 

Juniors: Reminder that you have the concession stand at 5:20 p.m. on Monday.

The Student Council is running a dance performance for the homecoming pep rally. Anyone, grades 7-12, can participate. After-school times will be set up throughout this week. Feel free to come to as many as you'd like. The dance routine will be taught at each practice outside on the tennis court. Friday, September 17: after school; Tuesday, September 21: 6:30 pm

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. TODAY- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page

              

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 16, 2021

Seniors you are reminded that during 7th period tomorrow, you will need to report to Mrs. Fischer’s room for your Education Quest presentation.

Tomorrow is the last day to order a Pink-Out t-shirt for this year’s Pink-Out nights. Order forms are on the high school counter.

FFA Members have concessions at the softball triangular next Thursday.  Sign up in the Ag Room for a shift. 

The Student Council is running a dance performance for the homecoming pep rally. Anyone, grades 7-12, can participate. After-school times will be set up throughout this week. Feel free to come to as many as you'd like. The dance routine will be taught at each practice outside on the tennis court. Thursday, September 16: 6:30 pm; Friday, September 17: after school; Tuesday, September 21: 6:30 pm

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Juniors: You will have a meeting in Ms. Rangeloff’s room tomorrow morning at 7:40 a.m. Come prepared to talk about Prom themes and class officers. Also a reminder that you will man the concession stand on Monday. Please arrive by 5:20 p.m.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

Activities for today: JV/V VB host H-D @ L-V-Black-Out Night, 5 p.m.; V SB Tri @ SSC, 4:30 p.m.; JH FB @ NBC, 5 p.m.; eSports practice, 4 p.m.; JH VB host T-H @ L-V, 4 p.m.

Friday: FB host Schuyler, 7 p.m.; 5th grade HAL field trip to Ponca State Park

Saturday: V SB @ David City Tournament, 9 a.m.; C Team VB @ W-P Tournament; V VB Invite @ LV, 8:30 a.m.; JH VB @ Raymond Central Tournament, 9 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

Thursday Lunch: Taco burger, tater tots, corn, tropical fruit

Friday Breakfast: Cereal/toast

Friday Lunch: Hamburgers, chips, baby carrots, oranges

Monday Breakfast: French Toast sticks

Monday Lunch: Popcorn Chicken, mashed potatoes w/gravy, California veggies, apricots

Tuesday Breakfast: Stuffed bagels

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

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

The Student Council is running a dance performance for the homecoming pep rally. Anyone, grades 7-12, can participate. After-school times will be set up throughout this week. Feel free to come to as many as you'd like. The dance routine will be taught at each practice outside on the tennis court. Thursday, September 16: 6:30 pm; Friday, September 17: after school; Tuesday, September 21: 6:30 pm

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Juniors: You will have a meeting in Ms. Rangeloff’s room Friday morning at 7:40 a.m.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

 

              

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, September 14, 2021

The Student Council is running a dance performance for the homecoming pep rally. Anyone, grades 7-12, can participate. After-school times will be set up throughout this week. Feel free to come to as many as you'd like. The dance routine will be taught at each practice. Tuesday, September 14: after school; Thursday, September 16: 6:30 pm; Friday, September 17: after school; Tuesday, September 21: 6:30 pm

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Juniors: You will have a meeting in Ms. Rangeloff’s room Friday morning at 7:40 a.m.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

 

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Monday, September 13, 2021

There are Pink Out Night t-shirt order forms in the office to help raise funds for the Nebraska Cancer Specialists. Pink Out Night will be Oct. 2nd during the LVSS volleyball match and Oct. 8th during the varsity football game. Order forms are located in the office and should be returned to Mrs. Ryun.

Tonight’s dress up theme for the volleyball game is Red/White/Blue. Tomorrow night’s theme at the softball game in Uehling is Tye Dye.

The Scholastic Book Fair begins today. Books, posters, etc can be purchased on the stage after school from 3:30-4 p.m. or during Parent/Teacher Conferences.

There will be a Senior class meeting tomorrow during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your home room teacher for attendance and lunch count and then come to Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, September 10, 2021

There are Pink Out Night t-shirt order forms in the office to help raise funds for the Nebraska Cancer Specialists. Pink Out Night will be Oct. 2nd during the LVSS volleyball match and Oct. 8th during the varsity football game. Order forms are located in the office and should be returned to Mrs. Ryun.

Juniors: You will need to hand in all of your forms/$ to the office today. Just a reminder that at any time, someone can place an order and we will still get credit.

SS will be holding their annual Scholastic Book Fair next week. Books, posters, etc can be purchased on the stage after school from 3:30-4 p.m.

There will be a Senior class meeting Tuesday during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your Trojan Time group first and then come to Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Seniors – please be checking your school email for scholarship information from Mrs. Fischer. Also, Seniors need to report to Mrs. Fischer’s room on Friday, September 17th during 7th period for a financial aid and FAFSA presentation by EducationQuest.

FFA members - Your $30 dues and medical release forms are due to Mrs. Ryun by the end of the day. 

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

FCCLA members, your $25 dues need to be given to DesiRae by the end of the day.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Thursday, September 9, 2021

Juniors: This is the final week for your fund-raiser. Have you contacted all of the SSCS staff? Have you contacted your neighbors? Have you been downtown? Clear up some time to increase our sales. Remember to turn in your money/orders daily.

There will be a Senior class meeting Tuesday, September 14th during Trojan Time.  Please check in with your Trojan Time group first and then come to Mrs. Fischer’s room.

Seniors – please be checking your school email for scholarship information from Mrs. Fischer. Also, Seniors need to report to Mrs. Fischer’s room on Friday, September 17th during 7th period for a financial aid and FAFSA presentation by EducationQuest.

FFA members - Please get your $30 dues and medical release forms turned into Mrs. Ryun by Friday, which is tomorrow. 

Homecoming Activities: Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day. The Homecoming Dance tickets are available for sale in the office for $5. For complete details, check out the SSCS Facebook page post or contact Mrs. Schroetlin if you have any further questions.

Please contact the office if there is any interest in getting together a Spirit Bus to transport fans to and from the game/coronation the evening of the 24th.

FCCLA members, dues of $25 are to be given to DesiRae by Friday.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

Any student 12 years of age and older is invited to participate in this year’s Hunter Education Course at the Scribner Fire Hall starting Sept. 12th. The course is 4 nights from 7-9:30 p.m. A flyer is posted on the bulletin board with complete details and registration information.

 

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Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Homecoming Activities: After polling the student body and getting insight from the board and administration, decisions have been made about Homecoming festivities. Coronation will stay at Logan View following the football game, with a dance to follow in their elementary gym.  Any athlete involved with a co-opted activity will be allowed to attend the LV dance with the purchase of a ticket. If a student not involved in the co-op wishes to attend, they will need to fill out the good standing permission slip and also purchase a ticket. They will be in the office soon. We will have our own HoCo Hoedown themed dance at a later date. Logan View students will be allowed to attend with good standing permission forms. We are not planning on charging at this time. Pep rally/parade downtown will be Wednesday 22nd at 12:30. We would like each Trojan Time group to create posters to put up downtown to wish our sports/extracurricular teams’ good luck during their seasons and to support the school in general. Elementary classrooms may participate also if they wish. Spirit/dress up week- we will keep the week of Homecoming. Friday 17th- red neck day; Monday 20th- Disney day; Tuesday 21st- tie dye/hippie day; Wednesday 22nd- Spirit Day; Thursday 23rd- gone fishing day

Please contact the office if there is any interest in getting together a Spirit Bus to transport fans to and from the game/coronation the evening of the 24th.

There will be a Student Council meeting in Mrs. Schroetlin's room at 7:45 a.m. tomorrow morning.

FCCLA members, dues of $25 are to be given to DesiRae by Friday.

Picture Day is Sept. 23rd. Students are reminded to share this date with their parents as all orders will be on-line again this year. If your parents need the code, please have them contact the office or it is posted on the SSCS Facebook page.

Any student 12 years of age and older is invited to participate in this year’s Hunter Education Course at the Scribner Fire Hall starting Sept. 12th. The course is 4 nights from 7-9:30 p.m. A flyer is posted on the bulletin board with complete details and registration information.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Friday, September 3, 2021

Any student 12 years of age and older is invited to participate in this year’s Hunter Education Course at the Scribner Fire Hall starting Sept. 12th. The course is 4 nights from 7-9:30 p.m. A flyer is posted on the bulletin board with complete details and registration information.

Students are reminded that there isn’t school on Monday or Tuesday. Classes will resume on the 8th.

Down and failing slips will begin Wednesday. Please make sure you are checking your grades on PowerSchool and completing your assignments. Ineligible students will not be able to compete in their activity if you are failing.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, September 2, 2021

Juniors you are reminded to keep selling for your fund-raiser and turn in any checks/cash you have daily.

Softball players will need to be dismissed today at 2:15 p.m.

                                                                        STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 1, 2021

eSports members are reminded you have practice after school today and tomorrow.

Also a reminder that there isn’t school Monday or Tuesday of next week but there are several activities planned for Tuesday evening.

Down and failing slips will begin Sept. 8th. Any student who is failing at that time will not be eligible to compete in their sport/activity. Students are reminded to check their grades on PowerSchool. If you don’t know your log-in information, see Shelly in the office.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Eli Enos is the winner of the first monthly FCCLA bake off!  Congratulations Eli!

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, August 30, 2021

There will be a FFA Meeting tomorrow morning during Trojan Time in the Media Center. 

The FCCLA chapter will hold their first meeting tonight at the school from 6:30-8 p.m.

Students: You are reminded that if you arrive late to your Trojan Time home room, you must come back to the office and check in so the school staff know you are indeed here at school and not absent.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, August 27, 2021

Thank you to all of the S-S students who auditioned for the One-Act this week. Emails have been sent to all cast and crew and the official list of participants is also posted in Mrs. Enos's classroom.  A schedule/calendar and updated script will be given to all One Act participants on Monday.  CONGRATULATIONS!

There will be a FFA Meeting Tuesday during Trojan Time in the Media Center.  Anyone interested in being in FFA this year, please attend!

Juniors: Just a reminder to turn in your cash/checks for your fund-raiser daily to Shelly in the office.

Student Council meeting Monday morning at 7:50 in Mrs Schroetlin's room. Bring ideas for pep rally games and Homecoming themes.

A reminder for FCCLA members that your first meeting is Monday, August 30 from 6:30-8 p.m.

Three Rivers is going to be offering COVID-19 vaccines using their mobile clinic in Snyder and Uehling this upcoming Saturday the 28th.  They will be offering all three vaccines (Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, and will vaccinate anybody 12 and older. In Snyder, the clinic will be at the Snyder Auditorium from 9-11 a.m. If you wish to go to Uehling, the mobile clinic will be located at the Uehling Gas-N-Go from 12-2 p.m. All vaccines are FREE and no appointment is necessary. Please bring a photo ID and if you are 18 or under, a parent must be present with you to sign consent forms. Flyers are posted throughout the high school buildings for complete details.

Activities for today: FB @ Wayne, 7 p.m.

Saturday: V SB @ WP Tournament, 10 a.m.

Breakfast/Lunch Menu:

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

Monday Breakfast: Combo Bar

Monday Lunch: Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes w/gravy, California veggies, apricots

Tuesday Breakfast: Assorted Danishes

Tuesday Lunch: Nachos, refried beans, lettuce, tropical fruit

Wednesday Breakfast: Cherry Frudel

Wednesday Lunch: Tater tot casserole, green beans, dinner roll, peaches

Thursday Breakfast: Waffles

Thursday Lunch: Teriyaki chicken, rice, stir fry veggies, pineapple, fortune cookies

                CAFETERIA MENU –All meals are served with milk

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Students who are in the commons area in the morning for breakfast or there just visiting with friends, you are reminded that they are not to leave that area until 7:45 a.m.

FFA Meeting: Tuesday, during Trojan Time in the Media Center.  Anyone interested in being in FFA this year, please attend!

Please dismiss the volleyball girls at 2:50 for their departure to Boys Town this afternoon.

FCCLA will hold their first meeting Monday, August 30 from 6:30-8 p.m.

Three Rivers is going to be offering COVID-19 vaccines using their mobile clinic in Snyder and Uehling this upcoming Saturday the 28th.  They will be offering all three vaccines (Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, and will vaccinate anybody 12 and older. In Snyder, the clinic will be at the Snyder Auditorium from 9-11 a.m. If you wish to go to Uehling, the mobile clinic will be located at the Uehling Gas-N-Go from 12-2 p.m. All vaccines are FREE and no appointment is necessary. Please bring a photo ID and if you are 18 or under, a parent must be present with you to sign consent forms. Flyers are posted throughout the high school buildings for complete details.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, August 25, 2021

Three Rivers is going to be offering COVID-19 vaccines using their mobile clinic in Snyder and Uehling this upcoming Saturday the 28th.  They will be offering all three vaccines (Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, and will vaccinate anybody 12 and older. In Snyder, the clinic will be at the Snyder Auditorium from 9-11 a.m. If you wish to go to Uehling, the mobile clinic will be located at the Uehling Gas-N-Go from 12-2 p.m. All vaccines are FREE and no appointment is necessary. Please bring a photo ID and if you are 18 or under, a parent must be present with you to sign consent forms. Flyers are posted throughout the high school buildings for complete details.

FFA Officer Meeting: Thursday in the Media Center during Trojan Time.  

FCCLA will hold their first meeting Monday, August 30 from 6:30-8.  The meal will start at 6:30 with the meeting to follow.  Please bring a food item to share. We are hosting our first bake-off that night.  Bring your favorite batch of chocolate chip cookies to share with the group.  The next morning a TT group will taste test and decided on a winner!

There is a job opportunity for a dietary aide after school at the Hooper Care Center for anyone ages 15 and up. Times would be 4-7:30 p.m. Great benefits and mileage reimbursement with a new starting wage. For anyone interested, check out the flyer located on the bulleting board outside of the office.

Today is the last day to order softball clothing apparel. Anyone wishing to purchase items should see Mr. McDuffee.STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

Juniors who have not told Shelly your email address, need to come to the office today by noon.

FCCLA will hold their first meeting Monday, August 30 from 6:30-8.  The meal will start at 6:30 with the meeting to follow.  Please bring a food item to share.

We are hosting our first bake-off that night.  Bring your favorite batch of chocolate chip cookies to share with the group.  The next morning a TT group will taste test and decided on a winner!

There is a job opportunity for a dietary aide after school at the Hooper Care Center for anyone ages 15 and up. Times would be 4-7:30 p.m. Great benefits and mileage reimbursement with a new starting wage. For anyone interested, check out the flyer located on the bulleting board outside of the office.

The softball team is also selling clothing apparel. Anyone wishing to purchase items should see Mr. McDuffee or click on the link provided on the bulletin board: http://store.shirtified.com/lvss_softball_2021/shop/home

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, August 23, 2021

The JV/V volleyball triangular on Thursday at Boys Town will start at 5 p.m. Masks will be required in their facility.

There is a job opportunity for a dietary aide after school at the Hooper Care Center for anyone ages 15 and up. Times would be 4-7:30 p.m. Great benefits and mileage reimbursement with a new starting wage. For anyone interested, check out the flyer located on the bulletin board outside of the office.

Reminders: Juniors will have a class meeting at 11:40 in Mrs. Enos’ room; FFA & FFCLA will hold their back-to-school kick-off Monday from 6—8 p.m.

One-Act Auditions drop-ins are tonight from 4-8 PM or Thursday 8/26 in Mrs. Enos's room.  Audition and Crew Sign-up Forms are also available in Mrs. Enos's room.  Those interested in crew only can simply turn in their interest sheet to Mrs. Enos by next Thursday; you do not need to show up for an audition time.

The softball team is also selling clothing apparel. Anyone wishing to purchase items should see Mr. McDuffee or click on the link provided on the bulletin board: http://store.shirtified.com/lvss_softball_2021/shop/home

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, August 20, 2021

Congratulations to the LVSS softball team on their 21-16 win over North Bend Central last night.  Cailey Stout went 3-4 at the plate and Hannah Ryun was 2-4 at the plate. The JV team lost 9-8 but played a great game!

Reminders: Juniors have a class meeting for your prom fundraising Monday. We will meet at 11:40 in Mrs. Enos’ room; FFA & FFCLA will hold their back-to-school kick-off Monday from 6—8 p.m.

Student Council meeting Monday morning at 7:50 in Mrs. Schroetlin's room. Bring ideas for Homecoming spirit days, pep rally games, and fun things to do throughout the year.

One-Act Auditions are drop-in from 4-8 PM on Monday, 8/23 or Thursday  8/26 in Mrs. Enos's room.  Audition and Crew Sign-up Forms are also available in Mrs. Enos's room.  Those interested in crew only can simply turn in their interest sheet to Mrs. Enos by next Thursday; you do not need to show up for an audition time.

The volleyball team is selling clothing apparel through this Sunday. Anyone wishing to purchase items should visit with Miss Piper or view the following website:  https://store.shirtified.com/lvss_volleyball_2021/shop/home

The softball team is also selling clothing apparel. Anyone wishing to purchase items should see Mr. McDuffee or click on the link provided on the bulletin board: http://store.shirtified.com/lvss_softball_2021/shop/home

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Thursday, August 19, 2021

Attention Juniors: You will have a class meeting with a rep for your prom fundraising event that will begin Monday. We will meet at 11:40 in Mrs. Enos’ room.

Student Council meeting Monday morning at 7:50 in Mrs. Schroetlin's room. Bring ideas for Homecoming spirit days, pep rally games, and fun things to do throughout the year.

Parents/students who plan to attend the Varsity Volleyball Jamboree on Saturday at Omaha Northwest need to be aware that masks will be required to be worn in their facility.

One-Act Auditions are drop-in from 4-8 PM on Monday, 9/23 or Thursday  9/26 in Mrs. Enos's room.  Audition and Crew Sign-up Forms are also available in Mrs. Enos's room.  Those interested in crew only can simply turn in their interest sheet to Mrs. Enos by next Thursday; you do not need to show up for an audition time.

The volleyball team is selling clothing apparel through this Sunday. Anyone wishing to purchase items should visit with Miss Piper or view the following website:  https://store.shirtified.com/lvss_volleyball_2021/shop/home

The FFA and FCCLA chapters will be holding a back-to-school come and go kickoff Aug 23 from 6-8 here at the school.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Attention Juniors: You will have a class meeting with a rep for your prom fundraising event that will begin Monday. We will meet at 11:40 in Mrs. Enos’ room.

The following students need to see Mr. Ruzicka sometime today. Ashley Stadt, Jill Adams, Emily Hull, Nattlie Hull, Jenna Adams and Izzy Carrier.

Parents/students who plan to attend the Varsity Volleyball Jamboree on Saturday at Omaha Northwest need to be aware that masks will be required to be worn in their facility.

One-Act Auditions will be Monday. August 23rd and Thursday, August 26th in Mrs. Enos's classroom from 4-8 PM.  You choose which day works best for you!  Stop by in Mrs. Enos's room for a script and interest form. Backstage/Crew sign-up sheets can also be picked up in Mrs. Enos's room.  Auditions take about 30 minutes, but a student can stay longer.  Please try not to arrive any later than 7:30 PM for your audition.  Mrs. Enos is happy to answer any questions.

The volleyball team is selling clothing apparel through this Sunday. Anyone wishing to purchase items should visit with Miss Piper or view the following website:  https://store.shirtified.com/lvss_volleyball_2021/shop/home

The FFA and FCCLA chapters will be holding a back-to-school come and go kickoff Aug 23 from 6-8 here at the school.

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, August 17, 2021

One-Act Auditions will be Monday. August 23rd and Thursday, August 26th in Mrs. Enos's classroom from 4-8 PM.  You choose which day works best for you!  Stop by in Mrs. Enos's room for a script and interest form. Backstage/Crew sign-up sheets can also be picked up in Mrs. Enos's room.  Auditions take about 30 minutes, but a student can stay longer.  Please try not to arrive any later than 7:30 PM for your audition.  Mrs. Enos is happy to answer any questions.

The volleyball team is selling clothing apparel through this Sunday. Anyone wishing to purchase items should visit with Miss Piper or view the following website:  https://store.shirtified.com/lvss_volleyball_2021/shop/home

The fall sports kickoff is tonight at LV. The supper begins at 6:00 followed by the kickoff at 7:00 pm. Parent meetings to follow the kickoff.

The FFA and FCCLA chapters will be holding a back-to-school come and go kickoff Aug 23 from 6-8 here at the school.  If you have a one-act audition planned during this time, you can attend before or after your audition slot.

There will be eSports meeting and practice tonight after school. 

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, August 16, 2021

If you haven’t already, please turn in your family packet forms to the office ASAP.

One-Act Auditions will be Monday. August 23rd and Thursday, August 26th in Mrs. Enos's classroom from 4-8 PM.  You choose which day works best for you!  Stop by in Mrs. Enos's room for a script and interest form. Backstage/Crew sign-up sheets can also be picked up in Mrs. Enos's room.  Auditions take about 30 minutes, but a student can stay longer.  Please try not to arrive any later than 7:30 PM for your audition.  Mrs. Enos is happy to answer any questions.

JH Students who will be competing in sports this year are reminded to get all of your paperwork turned in to your coach ASAP.

Today is the last day to turn in any Drop & Add forms.

 

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, August 13, 2021

Welcome back students and welcome to our new students and incoming 7th graders and also Happy Friday the 13th!  A reminder that if you need to make a change to your schedule, you will need to follow the proper procedures and pick-up a Drop and Add form located on the office counter. If you plan to make a change, all changes will need to be made ASAP and approved by Mr. Stithem.

Congratulations to the following individuals for their hard work and dedication this past summer in the weight room.  Marah Fischer, Jake Larson, Kelby Dames, McKenna Stewart, Ashley Stadt, Izzy Carrier and Chandler Carrier. Those students will need to see Mr. Ruzicka at the start of 6th hour to receive their rewards and to take a picture.

If you haven’t already, please turn in your family packet forms to the office ASAP.

7th graders who have not turned in the health physical forms from the Dr. or your immunization records from your most recent Tdap shot, need to also get these forms to the office ASAP. If you did not go to the Dr. you will need to inform your parents that this is a state requirement.

Those interested in One-Act auditions, please stay tuned to the announcements next week for audition times with Mrs. Enos.