English Credit Recovery will be meeting tonight in the Staff Development room instead of the telepresence room. Class time is the same.
1. Student Council you will have another meeting Wednesday morning at 8 AM in Mrs. Warner’s room.
GHS: We will be conducting Adopt a Family Holiday Food Basket fundraiser to help fight hunger in our local communities. All proceeds will go to the Second Harvest Food Bank in Grand Rapids.
Student council will be selling rafiki bracelets for $10.00 during lunch. These bracelets send money to women in other countries, primarily Africa to help support their families.
GHS: Here is another opportunity to make a difference in someone else’s life this Christmas. There is a young man by the name of William who lives in Blaine Washington. See the thing is, William is an amazing brother, son, student AND a person with severe Autism. He is non-verbal but can communicate in other ways. So here is where you come in. William had a very different and New Christmas list this year. All he wants for Christmas is mail. Yea that right…mail. This request became known to us through the organization called “Autism Speaks.” So our goal GHS is to send at least 100 letters to William. Letters can be dropped off in Student Services and our PRIDE class will package all of them up to send to him. Let’s make a difference and start writing those letters GHS. And don’t forget to get those letters ready for our veterans too and thank them for their services to our country. The Wounded Warrior letter campaign goes until Dec. 17th and those letters can be turned in to Mrs. Breitling-Gray.
Dance contracts for Crystal Ball need to be turned in by Thursday. Picture envelopes are also available in Student Services. Pictures will be from 5-7PM in the gym.
Seniors: Barb Matanich will not be back to GHS until after the 1st of the year. Some scholarship deadlines are in January so please be sure to be working on those applications in Barb’s absence.
Art Guild will not meet today.
Knowledge Bowl practice for all teams this week will be after school today and both before AND after school on Thursday. As a reminder, all teams are expected at least once each week to be eligible to attend competitions.
There will be a meeting for all students participating in the Close Up Washington D.C. trip on Wednesday morning at 8:00 in Mr. Floersheim's room. Bring all of your Tastefully Simple orders and payment for them to this meeting.
Key Club will be having it's annual Holiday Bake Sale today and Wednesday at lunch.
Candy Cane Grams will also be sold starting this week at the Bake Sale.... Candy Grams are 50 each or 3 for $1.
Pre-sales for the 9-12 grade yearbook are during lunch! Seniors, remember that your “Remember When’s” for yearbook are due this Friday.
Garters are still on sale this week for Crystal Ball and being sold before school or during lunch by Art Guild by Karley Akkanen. Cost is only $8.00 and must be paid for when you order one.
Here are the dates for the Fill-The-Stands Nights for the 14-15 Winter Sports Season: Dec. 19 Boys Hockey Jan. 9 Boys Basketball Jan. 29 Girls Basketball
Congrats to our wrestlers for victories over Proctor, Hermantown and I Falls Monday night.
Good luck to our boys basketball team as they play at Deer River tonight. Junior High tonight at Deer River will be 8th grade playing the first game and 7th following. 8th grade will start at 5:45.
Also good luck to the boys hockey team as they are in action against the Proctor Rails tonight in Proctor. And just a note regarding a schedule change, The Greenway Hockey team changed their schedule, this Friday (12/12) will be a HOME game instead of AWAY vs Hibbing. 5:45 JV/ 7:30 Varsity
Staff: we will not have a nurse in the building, please use your discretion when sending a student to the office.