Student Bulletin – Monday, 5/21/18

Those going to football team camp, there will be a short meeting, right after school, in Mr. Wanner’s classroom on Wednesday.

Short meeting for those going out for girls’ basketball (grades 8-11) on Tuesday in Mr. Wanner’s classroom right after school.

The following students will be dismissed at 12:50pm to help with 5th grade orientation on Wednesday, May 23: Travis Townsend, Cassie Schultz, Rease Jandel, Brooklyn Imrie, River Pardick, Allyssa Locke, Kansas Kroll. Please come to Ms. Seeklander’s room.

There will be a short cross country meeting after school on Tuesday in the old gym for anyone interested in being on the team next school year.

There will be a color guard meeting for any current high school girls interested in being on the color guard team for the 2018-19 school year. The meeting will be held on the stage next Wednesday (May 23rd) during lunch. Please see Mrs. Yeigh with any questions or if you are unable to attend.

The library is closed.  All library books are due on or before May 18.  After this date fines will be applied to overdue books.  Thank you

FBLA meeting Tuesday, May 22nd during lunch in Ms. Lingbeck’s room.  Lunch will be served.

Show Choir auditions are on Monday, May 21. Please see Mr. Swanson for music and other information.

The following must return books to Mrs. Sternhagen:  Taylor Holm, Ashley Garduno, Shannon Wiedrick, Sam Menzia, Shyla Larson, Hailey Monson, Micah Poor, Jillian Barton, James Cranford

Grades 9-10:  Mrs. Sternhagen will be in to talk with you about some important items for next year.  All sophomores and freshmen can sign up for the PSAT/NMSQT test and sophomores can register to take the ASVAB.  If you are going to be absent you must see Mrs. Sternhagen to sign up!

ASVAB –  All juniors and seniors considering the military should take the free ASVAB as well as any other interested student.  The test focuses on traditional test subjects such as math, reading, English, science but also adds sections on shop and technical knowledge.

PSAT – All juniors and sophomores with A or B grade point averages who like a challenge should consider taking the PSAT for the junior National Merit Scholarship corporation competition.  The PSAT is the National Merit qualifying exam and is given in Groton in October of the junior year.  If a student scores highly on the PSAT, he may qualify for several great scholarships.  Students register now to take the PSAT next fall.  More information about the PSAT can be found at the website:  https://www.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt.   The PSAT is also just a good test to take as it is a timed, nationally normed test.  This test costs around $16 which would need to be paid next fall.  Sophomores may take the PSAT as a practice test.

Congratulations to the Principal’s Honor Roll 2018 recipients!  These students will have a pizza lunch on Tuesday, May 22 in the Arena Lobby.  To be selected for the Principal’s Honor Roll 8thgraders must be on the honor roll every quarter for grades 7-8.  For 6th graders to be selected they must be on the honor roll every quarter for grade 6.

  • This year’s eighth graders on the Principal’s Honor Roll are:  Kennedy Anderson, Jordan Bjerke, Madisen Bjerke, Jackson Cogley, Madeline Fliehs, Megan Fliehs, Hannah Gustafson, Rease Jandel, Seth Johnson, Trista Keith, Pierce Kettering, Julianna Kosel, Kansas Kroll, Lane Krueger, Kaden Kurtz, Allyssa Locke, Stella Meier, Travis Townsend.
  • This year’s sixth graders on the Principal’s Honor Roll are:  Dillon Abeln, Bradin Althoff, Anna Bisbee, Emily Clark, Colby Dunker, Kyleigh Englund, Faith Fliehs, Anna Fjeldheim, Carly Guthmiller, Claire Heinrich, Karsyn Jangula, Jaycie Lier, Lydia Meier, Sara Menzia, Hannah Monson, Lexi Osterman, Emma Schinkel, Holden Sippel, Ashlyn Sperry, Lane Tietz, Bryson Wambach

Students of the Month Dairy Queen Treat day is Tuesday, May 22nd.  Students in Grades 6-8 will go to Dairy Queen around 1:45 and Grades 9-11 will go around 2:15.  All students will be dismissed by Mrs. Wattier.

Grade 6:  Claire Heinrich, Kyleigh Englund, Dillon Abeln, Emily Clark, Jaycie Lier, Colby Dunker, Emma Schinkel, Ashlyn Sperry

Grade 7: Cole Bisbee, Andrew Marzahn, Kaleb Antonsen, Ethan Clark, Jacob Lewandowski, Caleb Hanten, Jackson Dinger, Brooke Gengerke

Grade 8: Madeline Fliehs, Alyssa Locke, Stella Meier, Trista Keith, Travis Townsend, Megan Fliehs, Seth Johnson, Madisen Bjerke

Grade 9: Samantha Pappas, Erin Unzen, Alexa Herr, Isaac Smith, Lee Iverson, Tanae Lipp, Grace Wambach, Sage Mortenson

Grade 10:  Kaycie Hawkins, Nicole Marzahn, Kayla Jensen, KaSandra Pappas, Payton Colestock, Tadyn Glover, Kaylin Kucker, Indigo Rogers

Grade 11: AnneMarie Smith, Emily Thompson, Kaitlyn Anderson, Ashley Garduno, Samantha Menzia, Tylan Glover, Jillian Barton, Cassandra Townsend

Grade 11:  If you are taking Dual Credit in Fall 2018, please see Mrs. Sternhagen for your Smarter Balanced scores.

Grades 10-11:  Reminder that all Fall Dual Credit course registrations must be turned in to the office by Friday.  Please look at your email PowerPoint on Dual Credit.  If you did not attend the mandatory meeting, please see Mrs. Sternhagen.

Grades 8-11:  Class changes for fall 2018 can be made with Mrs. Sternhagen on Thursday and Friday, May 24-25.

ON GOING

Students:

Please be advised that care needs to be taken in choosing what to wear to school.  To review our school dress code policy, please refer to your student handbook, located in the front of your agenda.  Students whose clothing is in question will be sent to the office.  Please see Mrs. Sombke should you have any questions regarding our school dress code policy.

The Groton Area School District is seeking applicants for summer custodial work.  Applicants must be 16 years of age or older.  Applications are available in the school office.

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