ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 18th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 2

Attention 7th and 8th grade boys basketball. Practice starts next Monday.  There are 3 or 4 things that need to happen by 10am on Monday in order for you to practice on Monday...
        *Athletic Registration must be completed online

*Upload or turn in your physical form. If your physical is dated prior to April 1, 2017, you will also need to turn in an alternate year card.

*Pay your $25 athletic fee

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

Reminder to the teacher choir: please remember to check google classroom for practice tracks. Mr. Seaman was gracious to spend the weekend recording and producing these tracks! Remember to count your rests and to make a joyful noise!

Forensics Participants - Practice times are limited this week - Tuesday & Wednesday.  NO practice Thursday or Friday. We compete in Waupaca on Monday, October 23rd (in one week).  Those memorizing parts should be practicing without a script.  Read updates on Google Classroom.

**If you lost a Fitbit at the Dance on Friday we may have it.  Come in and describe it to see if it is yours.

Character Challenge - DON’T BE AFRAID TO STAND OUT! Sometimes, we filter ourselves to blend in with the people around us. Maybe we're afraid to get called on in class or maybe we're trying to join a new group of friends. While it's natural to use our similarities to unite us, it's also really important to be our authentic selves. You bring unique qualities to your school, and your community becomes more dynamic when you let them shine. Today, don't be afraid to be your real self, even if that means standing out.

This is a schedule 2 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Mon/Wed/Fri

Would the following students please come to the office:  Dylan Sharratt

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 17th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 1

Attention 7th and 8th grade boys basketball. Practice starts next Monday.  There are 3 or 4 things that need to happen by 10am on Monday in order for you to practice on Monday...
        *Athletic Registration must be completed online

*Upload or turn in your physical form. If your physical is dated prior to April 1, 2017, you will also need to turn in an alternate year card.

*Pay your $25 athletic fee

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

Reminder to the teacher choir: please remember to check google classroom for practice tracks. Mr. Seaman was gracious to spend the weekend recording and producing these tracks! Remember to count your rests and to make a joyful noise!

Forensics Participants - Practice times are limited this week - Tuesday & Wednesday.  NO practice Thursday or Friday. We compete in Waupaca on Monday, October 23rd (in one week).  Those memorizing parts should be practicing without a script.  Read updates on Google Classroom.

Character Challenge - DON’T BE AFRAID TO STAND OUT! Sometimes, we filter ourselves to blend in with the people around us. Maybe we're afraid to get called on in class or maybe we're trying to join a new group of friends. While it's natural to use our similarities to unite us, it's also really important to be our authentic selves. You bring unique qualities to your school, and your community becomes more dynamic when you let them shine. Today, don't be afraid to be your real self, even if that means standing out.

This is a schedule 2 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Mon/Wed/Fri

Would the following students please come to the office:  

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 16th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 2

Attention 7th and 8th grade boys basketball. Practice starts next Monday.  There are 3 or 4 things that need to happen by 10am on Monday in order for you to practice on Monday...
        *Athletic Registration must be completed online

*Upload or turn in your physical form. If your physical is dated prior to April 1, 2017, you will also need to turn in an alternate year card.

*Pay your $25 athletic fee

Attention 7th and 8th grade students - The library will be closed during 7th and 8th grade recess today. Please plan on going outside.

Congratulations to the 7th grade volleyball team. They went 4 and 2 last night and showed Ripon that Wolves can devour tigers when they work as a pack.  Coach Q and Mrs. Ellis are extremely proud of their season and the improvements they made.   In game 2--Erika B had 11 service points.  Serving and teamwork made the difference in match 2.  Great job ladies.  A shout out to Ms. Damon and Mrs. Russell for working the table throughout the season.  Thank you!!

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

Reminder to the teacher choir: please remember to check google classroom for practice tracks. Mr. Seaman was gracious to spend the weekend recording and producing these tracks! Remember to count your rests and to make a joyful noise!

Forensics Participants - Practice times are limited this week - Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday.  NO practice Thursday or Friday. We compete in Waupaca on Monday, October 23rd (in one week).  Those memorizing parts should be practicing without a script.  Read updates on Google Classroom.

Character Challenge - DON’T BE AFRAID TO STAND OUT! Sometimes, we filter ourselves to blend in with the people around us. Maybe we're afraid to get called on in class or maybe we're trying to join a new group of friends. While it's natural to use our similarities to unite us, it's also really important to be our authentic selves. You bring unique qualities to your school, and your community becomes more dynamic when you let them shine. Today, don't be afraid to be your real self, even if that means standing out.

This is a schedule 2 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Mon/Wed/Fri

Would the following students please come to the office:  

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 13th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 1

If you see a cross country runner today, wish them good luck as they are going to be running their last meet of the year. Good luck at conference cross country!  

The 8th grade volleyball team traveled to Ripon last night to wrap up the season.  The girls got silly and sent it.  Both teams played great volleyball.  B team kept it close and fought hard.  A- team turned in another dominant performance beating Ripon all 3 games with some great cheering from # AlexaLang.  Great season ladies!!!

Attention Forensics Participants: There is IMPORTANT information posted in Classroom Google. PLEASE read it! Our first meet is Monday, Oct. 23. There are only FIVE practice days left with coaches. We have not seen some of you yet. Get signed up to practice with a coach.

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

TODAY, the music department will be sponsoring the October middle school dance. You may come in a school appropriate costume. No prop weapons, no gory costumes and please follow dress code. Inappropriately dressed students will be asked to change and/or leave. Have fun, be creative and be appropriate! Admission to the dance is $3.

Congratulations to the 7th grade volleyball team. They went 4 and 2 last night and showed Ripon that Wolves can devour tigers when they work as a pack.  Coach Q and Mrs. Ellis are extremely proud of their season and the improvements they made.   In game 2--Erika B had 11 service points.  Serving and team work made the difference in match 2.  Great job ladies.  A shout out to Ms. Damon and Mrs. Russell for working the table throughout the season.  Thank you!!

Welcome Ms. Horvath to the teachers choir. Ms.Horvath comes highly recommended as an eclectic improv artist.  She has notes of pure imagination! We look forward to the colorful tones you will add to the choir!

Character Challenge - FRIENDS - Surrounded by good friends is a great place to be. True friends help hold us together when things are falling apart, and they celebrate with us when everything simply falls into place. Think about your friends. How can you show them your appreciation today? Now, think of someone outside of your group who needs friendship. How can you draw them into your circle?

This is a schedule 1 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Tues/Thurs

Would the following students please come to the office:  

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 12th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 2

If you lost your pencil pouch last night or this morning while walking to/from school, please stop in the office to claim it.

The 7th and 8th grade football team played last night at Berlin. The 7th grade came up short but played a good game. The 8th grade got a great team win.

Attention Forensics Participants: There is IMPORTANT information posted in Classroom Google. PLEASE read it! Our first meet is Monday, Oct. 23. There are only FIVE practice days left with coaches. We have not seen some of you yet. Get signed up to practice with a coach.

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

This Friday, the music department will be sponsoring the October middle school dance. You may come in a school appropriate costume. No prop weapons, no gory costumes and please follow dress code. Inappropriately dressed students will be asked to change and/or leave. Have fun, be creative and be appropriate!

Welcome Ms. Horvath to the teachers choir. Ms.Horvath comes highly recommended as an eclectic improv artist.  She has notes of pure imagination! We look forward to the colorful tones you will add to the choir!

Character Challenge - FRIENDS - Surrounded by good friends is a great place to be. True friends help hold us together when things are falling apart, and they celebrate with us when everything simply falls into place. Think about your friends. How can you show them your appreciation today? Now, think of someone outside of your group who needs friendship. How can you draw them into your circle?

This is a schedule 1 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Tues/Thurs

Would the following students please come to the office: Isabel Reuss

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 11th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 1

If you lost your pencil pouch last night or this morning while walking to/from school, please stop in the office to claim it.

The 7th and 8th grade football team played last night at Berlin. The 7th grade came up short but played a good game. The 8th grade got a great team win.

8th grade volleyball traveled to Waupaca last night.  The first team played well and had great teamwork.  In the end they were very close and competitive.  The A-team followed with some great matches against a very good Waupaca team.  The lady wolves came out strong and won game 1.  Game 2 the wolves struggled but kept it close.  Game 3 was some of the best volleyball the girls have played all season.  The lady wolves walked away with a victory in a nail biting finish.  Both coaches are very proud of all the players.

Student Council will be splitting our first meeting up by grade. 6th grade will meet Wednesday in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time. If you cannot make your meeting, please contact Ms. Horvath or Ms. Noack to explain why and to get the information you are missing!

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

This Friday, the music department will be sponsoring the October middle school dance. You may come in a school appropriate costume. No prop weapons, no gory costumes and please follow dress code. Inappropriately dressed students will be asked to change and/or leave. Have fun, be creative and be appropriate!

Welcome Ms. Horvath to the teachers choir. Ms.Horvath comes highly recommended as an eclectic improv artist.  She has notes that can only be experienced through imagination! We look forward to the colorful tones you will add to the choir!

FFA Announcement: A friendly reminder for those FFA members who signed up to work the Homecoming Concessions Stand...please be at the stand at 5 PM or as soon as your parade obligations are done!  Also, please have on Wolves Gear or your current FFA shirt.

There are sign ups in the Ag Room and outside Room 27 for FFA Homecoming Concessions and the October FFA Meeting on the 16th...we are having a Burger Buffet!!!  Sign up TODAY!

If you have ice packs in your locker, please return them to the office. They are reusable and we are now out of them in our health room.

Character Challenge - FRIENDS - Surrounded by good friends is a great place to be. True friends help hold us together when things are falling apart, and they celebrate with us when everything simply falls into place. Think about your friends. How can you show them your appreciation today? Now, think of someone outside of your group who needs friendship. How can you draw them into your circle?

This is a schedule 1 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Tues/Thurs

Forensics participants - Next week's sign-up sheets are up.  Please sign up for practice.  Continue to practice on your own as well.  Those that are memorizing need to start memorizing your parts so that you are ready for the first meet which is October 23.

Would the following students please come to the office: Isabel Reuss

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 10th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 2

Reminder to VEX students: You will be meeting after school tonight (Tuesday).

Student Council will be splitting our first meeting up by grade. 7th Grade will meet Tuesday (TODAY) in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time, 6th grade will meet Wednesday in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time. If you cannot make your meeting, please contact Ms. Horvath or Ms. Noack to explain why and to get the information you are missing!

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

This Friday, the music department will be sponsoring the October middle school dance. You may come in a school appropriate costume. No prop weapons, no gory costumes and please follow dress code. Inappropriately dressed students will be asked to change and/or leave. Have fun, be creative and be appropriate!

No pepband rehearsal Wed. There will be an optional music student meeting to discuss the dance. Any 7/8th music students are invited to attend!

FFA Announcement: A friendly reminder for those FFA members who signed up to work the Homecoming Concessions Stand...please be at the stand at 5 PM or as soon as your parade obligations are done!  Also, please have on Wolves Gear or your current FFA shirt.

There are sign ups in the Ag Room and outside Room 27 for FFA Homecoming Concessions and the October FFA Meeting on the 16th...we are having a Burger Buffet!!!  Sign up TODAY!

If you have ice packs in your locker, please return them to the office. They are reusable and we are now out of them in our health room.

From the library - There are MANY students STILL on the overdue list. Check the date due cards in your library books and your email. If you have an overdue book, you will have received an email from the library. Fines will be charged after today.

Character Challenge - FRIENDS - Surrounded by good friends is a great place to be. True friends help hold us together when things are falling apart, and they celebrate with us when everything simply falls into place. Think about your friends. How can you show them your appreciation today? Now, think of someone outside of your group who needs friendship. How can you draw them into your circle?

This is a schedule 1 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Tues/Thurs

Forensics participants - Next week's sign-up sheets are up.  Please sign up for practice.  Continue to practice on your own as well.  Those that are memorizing need to start memorizing your parts so that you are ready for the first meet which is October 23.

Would the following students please come to the office:  

Who can solve this?

THUNDERSTORM

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 9th

Please stand, face the flag, place your hand over your heart, and begin: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Today is Day 1

All Students: Please remember to check your email during the day. If you are expecting a pass to leave the building early, this is how we will let you know that it is ready for you to pick up.

Student Council will be splitting our first meeting up by grade. 8th grade will meet Monday (TODAY) in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time. 7th Grade will meet Tuesday in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time, 6th grade will meet Wednesday in Ms. Horvath's room during focus time. If you cannot make your meeting, please contact Ms. Horvath or Ms. Noack to explain why and to get the information you are missing!

Student council members: please add yourself to the Google Classroom using the code loobm0. Updates will be posted regularly, so make sure you're checking your email often!

This Friday, the music department will be sponsoring the October middle school dance. You may come in a school appropriate costume. No prop weapons, no gory costumes and please follow dress code. Inappropriately dressed students will be asked to change and/or leave. Have fun, be creative and be appropriate!

Congratulations to Mrs. Engel! Nice recovery during your last vocal lesson. She had an incredibly mooo-ving performance of the moose song and will now share lead vocalist with Mr. Seaman! The teacher choir continues to exceed expectations thanks to leadership like this. Well done.

FFA Announcement: A friendly reminder for those FFA members who signed up to work the Homecoming Concessions Stand...please be at the stand at 5 PM or as soon as your parade obligations are done!  Also, please have on Wolves Gear or your current FFA shirt.

There are sign ups in the Ag Room and outside Room 27 for FFA Homecoming Concessions and the October FFA Meeting on the 16th...we are having a Burger Buffet!!!  Sign up TODAY!

If you have ice packs in your locker, please return them to the office. They are reusable and we are now out of them in our health room.

From the library - There are MANY students on the overdue list today. Check the date due cards in your library books and your email. If you have an overdue book or a fine due, you will have received an email from the library.

Character Challenge - FRIENDS - Surrounded by good friends is a great place to be. True friends help hold us together when things are falling apart, and they celebrate with us when everything simply falls into place. Think about your friends. How can you show them your appreciation today? Now, think of someone outside of your group who needs friendship. How can you draw them into your circle?

This is a schedule 1 week for choir assessments.

Show choir (day 2) this week= Tues/Thurs

Forensics participants - Next week's sign-up sheets are up.  Please sign up for practice.  Continue to practice on your own as well.  Those that are memorizing need to start memorizing your parts so that you are ready for the first meet which is October 23.

Would the following students please come to the office:  Maddie Dodd, Collin Braman  

Who can solve this?

Make it a great day, or not, the choice is yours!