ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 19th

 

 

Today is Day 2

Today is an early release day. Bagged lunches will be offered in the commons at 12:05.

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Football playoffs are special, we hope everyone supports the Wolves! MS kids attending High School Football games are expected to be sitting in the bleachers watching the football game. Student football games, playing tag and hanging out near the archway and entry way are NOT allowed. Also, please avoid being under bleachers. Being involved in any activities not involving watching the game will not be allowed.

Attention all 8th grade CAREER students - you will be in the Library on Monday (day 1) and Tuesday (day 2). Mrs. Schonscheck will have the activity for you to work on.

If you are missing your activity tracker, please stop in the office to claim it.

Attention Forensics Members. Our first forensics meet is this coming Monday, October 22 in Omro. The bus will be leaving at 3:15 sharp.  You should dress up for school that day; no jeans! Check Google classroom for more details about the meet.

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS Basketball:

If you are planning to play middle school basketball, you must have your online athletic registration completed, physical and alternate year card must be on file in the office, and your fee ($25) must be paid before 10am on October 22nd for you to be able to participate with the team.

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS: You are NOT allowed to go back to your lockers to retrieve jackets, hats, gloves, etc. after lunch and before recess. Everything you need MUST be brought to lunch with you.

In 1587, 117 colonists traveled to the New World to set up a colony at Roanoke Island. When a settler returned to the island in 1590, everything had vanished. All people, buildings, and animals were gone. What do you think happened to them? The 8th graders have turned their theories into books for all middle schoolers to read, so please check them out in the library!

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Character Challenge this week: Once in a while, we could all use a little push. When we've been rooted in our routines, when we've been stuck in negative thought patterns, or when new opportunities come our way — we need positive friends to help us move forward. Their confidence in us provides us with the courage and momentum we need to make a change. Think of a friend of yours who is in need of a push. How can you help to motivate them? If you need to make a change, how can your friends keep you accountable?

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 18th

 

 

Today is Day 1

Football playoffs are special, we hope everyone supports the Wolves! MS kids attending High School Football games are expected to be sitting in the bleachers watching the football game. Student football games, playing tag and hanging out near the archway and entry way are NOT allowed. Also, please avoid being under bleachers. Being involved in any activities not involving watching the game will not be allowed.

If you are missing your activity tracker, please stop in the office to claim it.

Attention Forensics Members. Our first forensics meet is this coming Monday, October 22 in Omro. The bus will be leaving at 3:15 sharp.  You should dress up for school that day; no jeans! Check Google classroom for more details about the meet.

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

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS Basketball:

If you are planning to play middle school basketball, you must have your online athletic registration completed, physical and alternate year card must be on file in the office, and your fee ($25) must be paid before 10am on October 22nd for you to be able to participate with the team.

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS: You are NOT allowed to go back to your lockers to retrieve jackets, hats, gloves, etc. after lunch and before recess. Everything you need MUST be brought to lunch with you.

In 1587, 117 colonists traveled to the New World to set up a colony at Roanoke Island. When a settler returned to the island in 1590, everything had vanished. All people, buildings, and animals were gone. What do you think happened to them? The 8th graders have turned their theories into books for all middle schoolers to read, so please check them out in the library!

STUDENT COUNCIL: October and Events committee members should report to Ms. Noack's room during focus time this week to help put together items for our October Events!

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Character Challenge this week: Once in a while, we could all use a little push. When we've been rooted in our routines, when we've been stuck in negative thought patterns, or when new opportunities come our way — we need positive friends to help us move forward. Their confidence in us provides us with the courage and momentum we need to make a change. Think of a friend of yours who is in need of a push. How can you help to motivate them? If you need to make a change, how can your friends keep you accountable?

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 17th

 

 

Today is Day 2

Football playoffs are special, we hope everyone supports the Wolves! MS kids attending High School Football games are expected to be sitting in the bleachers watching the football game. Student football games, playing tag and hanging out near the archway and entry way are NOT allowed. Also, please avoid being under bleachers. Being involved in any activities not involving watching the game will not be allowed.

If you are missing your activity tracker, please stop in the office to claim it.

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. 

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS: You are NOT allowed to go back to your lockers to retrieve jackets, hats, gloves, etc. after lunch and before recess. Everything you need MUST be brought to lunch with you.

In 1587, 117 colonists traveled to the New World to set up a colony at Roanoke Island. When a settler returned to the island in 1590, everything had vanished. All people, buildings, and animals were gone. What do you think happened to them? The 8th graders have turned their theories into books for all middle schoolers to read, so please check them out in the library!

STUDENT COUNCIL: October and Events committee members should report to Ms. Noack's room during focus time this week to help put together items for our October Events!

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students who participated in this week's Idea Lab challenge will have their finished product timed on the track today during Focus Time.  If you can't be there during Focus Time today, that's OK; just make sure your car is labeled and ready to go by that time.  Mrs. Woods will test and time it for you and add your official time to the results log, which will be posted in the Idea Lab all next week.

Character Challenge this week: Once in a while, we could all use a little push. When we've been rooted in our routines, when we've been stuck in negative thought patterns, or when new opportunities come our way — we need positive friends to help us move forward. Their confidence in us provides us with the courage and momentum we need to make a change. Think of a friend of yours who is in need of a push. How can you help to motivate them? If you need to make a change, how can your friends keep you accountable?

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 16th

 

 

Today is Day 1

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 in the LGL during focus time.  Any questions, see Coach Reetz.

REMINDER TO ALL STUDENTS: You are NOT allowed to go back to your lockers to retrieve jackets, hats, gloves, etc. after lunch and before recess. Everything you need MUST be brought to lunch with you.

In 1587, 117 colonists traveled to the New World to set up a colony at Roanoke Island. When a settler returned to the island in 1590, everything had vanished. All people, buildings, and animals were gone. What do you think happened to them? The 8th graders have turned their theories into books for all middle schoolers to read, so please check them out in the library!

STUDENT COUNCIL: October and Events committee members should report to Ms. Noack's room during focus time this week to help put together items for our October Events!

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students who participated in this week's Idea Lab challenge will have their finished product timed on the track today during Focus Time.  If you can't be there during Focus Time today, that's OK; just make sure your car is labeled and ready to go by that time.  Mrs. Woods will test and time it for you and add your official time to the results log, which will be posted in the Idea Lab all next week.

Character Challenge this week: Once in a while, we could all use a little push. When we've been rooted in our routines, when we've been stuck in negative thought patterns, or when new opportunities come our way — we need positive friends to help us move forward. Their confidence in us provides us with the courage and momentum we need to make a change. Think of a friend of yours who is in need of a push. How can you help to motivate them? If you need to make a change, how can your friends keep you accountable?

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 15th

 

 

Today is Day 2

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 in the LGL during focus time.  Any questions, see Coach Reetz.

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students who participated in this week's Idea Lab challenge will have their finished product timed on the track today during Focus Time.  If you can't be there during Focus Time today, that's OK; just make sure your car is labeled and ready to go by that time.  Mrs. Woods will test and time it for you and add your official time to the results log, which will be posted in the Idea Lab all next week.

Character Challenge this week: Once in a while, we could all use a little push. When we've been rooted in our routines, when we've been stuck in negative thought patterns, or when new opportunities come our way — we need positive friends to help us move forward. Their confidence in us provides us with the courage and momentum we need to make a change. Think of a friend of yours who is in need of a push. How can you help to motivate them? If you need to make a change, how can your friends keep you accountable?

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 12th

 

 

Today is Day 1

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Middle School dance TODAY, after school until 5pm. $3 per person.  Open gym, dancing, pizza…

Middle school cross country athletes will run their last race of the season in Ripon at 5:15 tonight. Dress warm and head out to Ripon’s Barlow Park, cheer on our boys and girls, and then head on to watch our Wolves play the Tigers, at Ingalls Field.

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 in the LGL during focus time.  Any questions, see Coach Reetz.

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students who participated in this week's Idea Lab challenge will have their finished product timed on the track today during Focus Time.  If you can't be there during Focus Time today, that's OK; just make sure your car is labeled and ready to go by that time.  Mrs. Woods will test and time it for you and add your official time to the results log, which will be posted in the Idea Lab all next week.

Character Challenge this week: Look around you. There are everyday heroes in your midst. You'll recognize them not by their capes, but by their courage. They stand out from the crowd because they stand up for the downtrodden. You want to know a secret? You can become an everyday hero too. Be a friend to the kid who always gets picked on. Put an end to the gossip at your lunch table. Choose not to do the the thing you know is wrong. In short, the first step to being someone's everyday hero is to take a stand. Will you?

Hopefully you enjoyed the post-it notes on your locker and it brought you a smile -  Thank you Peer Helpers for sprinkling a little kindness around our building last night.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 11th

 

 

Today is Day 2

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Middle School dance TOMORROW, after school until 5pm. $3 per person.  Open gym, movie, dancing, pizza…

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 in the LGL during focus time.  Any questions, see Coach Reetz.

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students - Did you know that in order to participate in Idea Lab projects, Little Bits and Virtual Reality in the library that you must return your books on time and have no overdue fines? Be sure to check the card in your books and your email for any notices you may have received and take care of overdue books and fines as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please stop in the library and see Mrs. Schonscheck.

Character Challenge this week: Look around you. There are everyday heroes in your midst. You'll recognize them not by their capes, but by their courage. They stand out from the crowd because they stand up for the downtrodden. You want to know a secret? You can become an everyday hero too. Be a friend to the kid who always gets picked on. Put an end to the gossip at your lunch table. Choose not to do the the thing you know is wrong. In short, the first step to being someone's everyday hero is to take a stand. Will you?

Hopefully you enjoyed the post-it notes on your locker and it brought you a smile -  Thank you Peer Helpers for sprinkling a little kindness around our building last night.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 10th

 

 

Today is Day 1

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Middle School dance this Friday, after school until 5pm. $3 per person.  Open gym, movie, dancing, pizza…

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team. There will be an informational meeting on Tuesday, October 16 in the LGL during focus time.  Any questions, see Coach Reetz.

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students - Did you know that in order to participate in Idea Lab projects, Little Bits and Virtual Reality in the library that you must return your books on time and have no overdue fines? Be sure to check the card in your books and your email for any notices you may have received and take care of overdue books and fines as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please stop in the library and see Mrs. Schonscheck.

Character Challenge this week: Look around you. There are everyday heroes in your midst. You'll recognize them not by their capes, but by their courage. They stand out from the crowd because they stand up for the downtrodden. You want to know a secret? You can become an everyday hero too. Be a friend to the kid who always gets picked on. Put an end to the gossip at your lunch table. Choose not to do the the thing you know is wrong. In short, the first step to being someone's everyday hero is to take a stand. Will you?

Hopefully you enjoyed the post-it notes on your locker and it brought you a smile -  Thank you Peer Helpers for sprinkling a little kindness around our building last night.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 9th

 

 

Today is Day 2

If you are missing a pair of glasses, please stop in the office to claim them.

Middle School dance this Friday, after school until 5pm. $3 per person.  Open gym, movie, dancing, pizza…

Attention 7th and 8th grade BOYS: If you are interested in playing basketball, please fill out the google form that was sent to your email and make sure you get registered online (the google form is NOT the same as registration). If you have not already participated in a sport this year (cross country or football), you will also need to make sure that your physical and alternate year card are on file in the office. Fees ($25) must be paid before you will be allowed to participate with the team.

All students: If you haven’t already done so, please fill out the survey that was sent to your email regarding a middle school soccer club (even if you’re not interested). If you have already filled out the form, please disregard this announcement.

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students - Did you know that in order to participate in Idea Lab projects, Little Bits and Virtual Reality in the library that you must return your books on time and have no overdue fines? Be sure to check the card in your books and your email for any notices you may have received and take care of overdue books and fines as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please stop in the library and see Mrs. Schonscheck.

Character Challenge this week: Look around you. There are everyday heroes in your midst. You'll recognize them not by their capes, but by their courage. They stand out from the crowd because they stand up for the downtrodden. You want to know a secret? You can become an everyday hero too. Be a friend to the kid who always gets picked on. Put an end to the gossip at your lunch table. Choose not to do the the thing you know is wrong. In short, the first step to being someone's everyday hero is to take a stand. Will you?

Hopefully you enjoyed the post-it notes on your locker and it brought you a smile -  Thank you Peer Helpers for sprinkling a little kindness around our building last night.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 8th

 

 

Today is Day 1

Middle School dance this Friday, after school until 5pm. $3 per person.  Open gym, movie, dancing, pizza...

⅞ band members: If you would like to participate in solo/ensemble, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 18.

⅞ band members: IF you would like to be considered for middle school state honor band, please fill out the form in google classroom by Oct 11.

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Students - Did you know that in order to participate in Idea Lab projects, Little Bits and Virtual Reality in the library that you must return your books on time and have no overdue fines? Be sure to check the card in your books and your email for any notices you may have received and take care of overdue books and fines as soon as possible. If you have any questions, please stop in the library and see Mrs. Schonscheck.

Character Challenge this week: Look around you. There are everyday heroes in your midst. You'll recognize them not by their capes, but by their courage. They stand out from the crowd because they stand up for the downtrodden. You want to know a secret? You can become an everyday hero too. Be a friend to the kid who always gets picked on. Put an end to the gossip at your lunch table. Choose not to do the the thing you know is wrong. In short, the first step to being someone's everyday hero is to take a stand. Will you?

Reminder to Peer Helpers - training is tonight at 5:15, starting in the commons and then moving to the Library.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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


ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 5th

 

 

Today is Day 2

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:) Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

STUDENT COUNCIL: The October and Events Committees will have a meeting on Thursday (TODAY) at Focus Time in the LGL. Contact Ms. Noack with any questions.

HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES:

During Homecoming week, the HS, MS and ES are doing daily Winneconne Way Kindness challenge.

During Homecoming week, the HS National Honor Society is focusing on the “Start with Hello” movement which works to prevent isolation and bullying in schools. There will be a daily kindness challenge that you are encouraged to try. Teachers will be on the lookout for these or other random acts of kindness. You may win a prize if you are spotted and chosen. Do a little something extra for somebody this week and have a great homecoming!  

MS for Winneconne Way Kindness daily challenges:

Friday: Be the reason that someone smiles.

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 4th

 

 

Today is Day 1

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Modern Band (6/7/8th grade) day 2 focus time. If you have ever wanted to learn to play in a modern band….now is your chance:)    Learn guitar, drum set, lead vocals….you must have all of your work completed and be in good standing (all 3s in PAW scores).  

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

STUDENT COUNCIL: The October and Events Committees will have a meeting on Thursday (TODAY) at Focus Time in the LGL. Contact Ms. Noack with any questions.

HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES:

During Homecoming week, the HS, MS and ES are doing daily Winneconne Way Kindness challenge.

During Homecoming week, the HS National Honor Society is focusing on the “Start with Hello” movement which works to prevent isolation and bullying in schools. There will be a daily kindness challenge that you are encouraged to try. Teachers will be on the lookout for these or other random acts of kindness. You may win a prize if you are spotted and chosen. Do a little something extra for somebody this week and have a great homecoming!  

MS for Winneconne Way Kindness daily challenges:

Thursday: Say thank you to every helpful person in your life (your family, friends, teacher, bus driver, etc.).

Friday: Be the reason that someone smiles.

Middle School students are invited to participate in Homecoming spirit week dress up days. Please remember that....Theme day dress is expected to align with our MS dress code, please keep everything school appropriate Theme days do not include hats or face paint.

Dress up days for the Homecoming week are as follows:
Thursday: Red, White & Blue (America gear! Note: no actual flags can be worn as clothing)
Friday: Spirit Day (Winneconne apparel!)

Reminder from the library: If you checked out books during the first week of school, they will be due in a few days. Please check the due date cards in the books and return or renew them before they become overdue. Thank you!

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 3rd

 

 

Today is Day 2

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

Reminder to all choir students wanting to perform the national anthem for homecoming - there will be a practice in Ms. Schlaak’s room during Focus time TODAY (Wed, Oct 3).

STUDENT COUNCIL: The October and Events Committees will have a meeting on Thursday at Focus Time in the LGL. Contact Ms. Noack with any questions.

HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES:

During Homecoming week, the HS, MS and ES are doing daily Winneconne Way Kindness challenge.

During Homecoming week, the HS National Honor Society is focusing on the “Start with Hello” movement which works to prevent isolation and bullying in schools. There will be a daily kindness challenge that you are encouraged to try. Teachers will be on the lookout for these or other random acts of kindness. You may win a prize if you are spotted and chosen. Do a little something extra for somebody this week and have a great homecoming!  

MS for Winneconne Way Kindness daily challenges:

Wednesday: Give out a heartfelt compliment.

Thursday: Say thank you to every helpful person in your life (your family, friends, teacher, bus driver, etc.).

Friday: Be the reason that someone smiles.

Middle School students are invited to participate in Homecoming spirit week dress up days. Please remember that....Theme day dress is expected to align with our MS dress code, please keep everything school appropriate Theme days do not include hats or face paint.

Dress up days for the Homecoming week are as follows:
Wednesday: Class pattern day - 6th Grade: Stripes, 7th Grade: Plaid, 8th Grade: Polka Dots
Thursday: Red, White & Blue (America gear! Note: no actual flags can be worn as clothing)
Friday: Spirit Day (Winneconne apparel!)

Reminder from the library: If you checked out books during the first week of school, they will be due in a few days. Please check the due date cards in the books and return or renew them before they become overdue. Thank you!

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER 2nd

 

 

Today is Day 1

Jazz Band (7/8th grade) day 1 focus time.

Jazz Choir (7/8th grade) day 2 focus time.

Reminder to ALL students: Please remember to be checking your email at least once (preferably more) each day. There are many things that are sent to just you and not posted on announcements, and we would hate for you to miss something important or a deadline!

STUDENT COUNCIL: The October and Events Committees will have a meeting on Thursday at Focus Time in the LGL. Contact Ms. Noack with any questions.

HOMECOMING ACTIVITIES:

During Homecoming week, the HS, MS and ES are doing daily Winneconne Way Kindness challenge.

During Homecoming week, the HS National Honor Society is focusing on the “Start with Hello” movement which works to prevent isolation and bullying in schools. There will be a daily kindness challenge that you are encouraged to try. Teachers will be on the lookout for these or other random acts of kindness. You may win a prize if you are spotted and chosen. Do a little something extra for somebody this week and have a great homecoming!  

MS for Winneconne Way Kindness daily challenges:

Wednesday: Give out a heartfelt compliment.

Thursday: Say thank you to every helpful person in your life (your family, friends, teacher, bus driver, etc.).

Friday: Be the reason that someone smiles.

Middle School students are invited to participate in Homecoming spirit week dress up days. Please remember that....Theme day dress is expected to align with our MS dress code, please keep everything school appropriate Theme days do not include hats or face paint.

Dress up days for the Homecoming week are as follows:
Wednesday: Class pattern day - 6th Grade: Stripes, 7th Grade: Plaid, 8th Grade: Polka Dots
Thursday: Red, White & Blue (America gear! Note: no actual flags can be worn as clothing)
Friday: Spirit Day (Winneconne apparel!)

Reminder from the library: If you checked out books during the first week of school, they will be due in a few days. Please check the due date cards in the books and return or renew them before they become overdue. Thank you!

Will the following students please come to the office:  

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