Daily Announcements – November 14, 2018

This Week Activities:


Monday               Veteran’s Day Program, 10:00

                            JH Girls Basketball @ Philip, 6:00           

                            Picture Retake Day


Tuesday               Financial Aid Night for Seniors & Senior Parents, 5:15




Thursday             JH Girls Basketball w/Jones County, 4:00


Friday                  District FFA CDE @ Wall, 9:00


Saturday              JH Girls Basketball @ Kadoka, 10:00



Lunch/Breakfast Menu


Lunch for November 14, 2018:            Chicken Nuggets, Roll, Carrots, Banana

Breakfast for November 15, 2018:         Breakfast Wrap, Pears                                                

Lunch for November 15, 2018:            Turkey, Green Beans, Roll, Mashed Potatoes, Frozen Fruit Cup                                                        

***Breakfast served with fruit daily along with choice of 100% juice or 1% white milk.

*** Lunch served with fruit and vegetable daily along with a choice of 1% white milk or skim chocolate milk.


Sports Announcements:


·       Volleyball players need to turn in their shorts to Miss Herring ASAP.


·       High school girls need to pay Coach McLaughlin for your warm up ASAP.


·       Congratulations to Wall HS volleyball players that received All-Conference recognition this year:

Jaicee Williams- 1st Team

Cooper McLaughlin-2nd team


·       Congratulations to the Eagles on being back to back conference football champions

All-Conference players

Bradan McDonnell -Conference MVP

Jacob Bielmaier

Cash Wilson

Cooper McConaghy

Tadan Casjens

Gavin Sandal

Bridger Amiotte

All-Conference Honorable Mention

Tack Tines

Kole Gallino


·       Congratulations to the following Eagles on making the All-State Football Team!

Bradan McDonnell – Fullback

Cash Wilson – Linebacker

Tadan Casjens – Long Snapper

Jacob Bielmaier – Honorable Mention Quarterback


Student Announcements


Sophomores: HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership) will be at DSU in Madison from June 6, 2019 – June 9, 2019. HOBY’s mission is to provide lifelong leadership development opportunities that empower individuals to achieve their highest potential and two sophomore students will be selected to represent our school. If you are interested in being considered, please submit an essay to Mrs. Sundall by the end of the day on Thursday, November 29, 2018. The essay should be 75 – 100 words addressing the following issue: “Please describe the most rewarding and challenging aspect of being a leader in your school and community.” You can visit www.hoby.org to learn more regarding HOBY. Please see Mrs. Sundall with any questions.

What is HOBY South Dakota?

Since its inception in 1958 by the late Hugh O'Brian, HOBY has carried out its mission "to seek out, recognize and develop leadership potential commencing with high school sophomores, and to encourage and prepare the next generation of civic and corporate leadership for America's future." During HOBY South Dakota's annual four-day seminar, HOBY Ambassadors from across the state experience discussion with local leaders, participate in workshops to develop civic imagination and critical thinking skills, and engage in a community service project - all designed to prove the incredible power of combined dedication and to teach them that they are empowered to make a positive impact in our state and your community.


·       Congratulations to the Wall FFA members who competed at the Rushmore Leadership Roundup in Rapid City.

o   Ag Issues – 1st

o   Ag Sales – 1st

o   Creed – Sierra Hilgenkamp – 1st

o   Job Interview – Jaicee Williams – 2nd

o   Ag Broadcasting – Jayton McKay – 1st


·       Congrats to the October athlete/musician of the month:

Paige Kjerstad – XC Girl

Laeton Anderson – XC Boy

Jacob Bielmaier – Football

Jaicee Williams – Volleyball

Meghan Patterson – Musician


·        Middle school FCA meeting in Ms. McLaughlin’s room TODAY during lunch.


·        Just a reminder that there is a blood drive in the gym this coming Monday (November 19th) from 1:15 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.



Elem: Brooke Diedrichs, Peightyn England, Justin Leonard, Cadence Blake,

Middle School: Madison Hall, Morgan Zelfer,

High School: Cash Wilson, Abigail Collins, Dayton Hertel, Chye Livermont, CJ Livermont,


Caring Message:  No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn’t trying.