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                                           May 25, 2016

                                                Day 6

 

Today’s Lunch: Cooks Choice

 

Parents Announcements:

JH Softball Parents: Coach Edsen is looking for volunteers to help get the field ready on game days. Please email her if you are able to help. Also, please email Coach Edsen if you would like an emailed copy of the game/practice schedule.  edsen@lshawks.com

 

All Kindergarden through 7th grade boys should receive an L-S Gym Rats registration sheet this week. This is a summer basketball program designed specifically for their age. We hope to get a bunch of boys signed up. Extra forms can be found at the middle school office. Thanks. Nick Harthoorn

 

Driver’s Education Class will start on Thursday, May 26th.  Class time will start at 12:45 and will meet in the Middle School.

 

*Notes  From Mrs. DeBoef:

Fall Online College Courses Registrations
Students interested in taking online courses next semester may begin registering. Please see the school counselor for more information.
The deadline to register for Graceland courses is May 31st.
The deadline to register for DMACC courses is July 15th.

 

ACT Test Dates
The next ACT is scheduled for June 11th. The registration deadline is May 6th. A full listing of ACT exam dates is posted outside the counseling office or you may ask the counselor for a flyer.

 

Career Discovery Days

Please see Mrs. DeBoef if you are interested or if you have any questions.

 

*High School Announcements:

Diamond Trail Fitness Center will be sponsoring a personal safety/self-defense class by Instructor Matt Smith, on June 12th 3:00-4:30pm

This is open to all females 14 and older.  The fee is $15.  Phone : 641-594-3555.  Email:  dtfc@netins.net.  Checks made out to DTFC.

 

The Grinnell-Lynville-Sully tennis team defeated Fort Madison on Saturday morning 5-3 in a substate match.  John Trettin won his singles match 6-0, 6-4.  He and his partner Adam VanErsvelde won their doubles match 6-1, 6-1.

With this victory the Grinnell- Lynville-Sully tennis team qualified for the state tennis tournament which then began that afternoon.  They matched up with Fairfield Maharishi in the state quarterfinal match.  Maha had made it to the state-semifinals 11 years in a row.  John Trettin had the biggest match of the day in a come-from-behind win in his singles match.  After dropping the 1st set 4-6, he came storming back to beat his opponent 6-3, 6-1 in the next two sets.  This was the turning point for the team.  Grinnell-L-S went on to defeat Maha 5-3 earning a trip to the state semifinals on May 31st in Des Moines.  This is their first semifinal appearance.  They also set the program record for wins in a season with this victory.

 

Congratulations to next year's student council officers: Isaac Collins (student body president), Colten, Arment, Haley James, Jelissa Rozendaal, Haley Breeden, Carson Dunsbergen, Evan Squires, and Gage Vander Leest. See Mrs. Wenck to get signed up for Remind if you aren't already signed up for it.

Congratulations to next year's class officers:

Seniors: Libbie Vos (president), Brenna Lanser (vice president), Makenzy Rozendaal (secretary/treasurer)

Juniors: Drake Ehresman (president), Hailey Scandridge (vice president), Camryn Russell (secretary/treasurer)

 

Volleyball Players going out next fall:  The first open gym will be May 31st from 8:00-10:00 a.m. in the high school gym.  7th grade thru 12th grade are welcome to come!

 

HS Students: Check out sheets are available at the office. These need to be signed by all of your classroom teachers, coaches, a librarian, a custodian (to check locker), Mrs. DeBoef, Cathy Fraker (lunch account) and lastly turned into the office for Mrs. Jansen & Mr. Ehresman. 

 

All assignments must be completed to pass the grading period and earn a credit in Family and Consumer Sciences classes.  Check JMC, the FCS refrigerator, and with Mrs. Evans.

 

Calling All Runners: There will be an informational meeting for next fall's cross country season on Tuesday, May 24 during HS lunch in the HS Library. Please get your lunch quickly and come to the library. If you are interested in cross country but will be unable to be at meeting, please talk to Coach Arkema.

 

Driver’s Education Class will start on Thursday, May 26th.  Class time will start at 12:45 and will meet in the Middle School.

 

The following computers are missing from Ms. Hardin's room: 1204, 1206, 1215, 3131, 3134 & 3200. No laptops will be checked out from the classroom or over night. 

 

Freshman Dues pay to Mrs. Evans: $40 Eyon M, Tommy T

 

*Middle School Announcements:

The front office needs elective sheets from the following people:

6th Grade

Nicholas Denmark

Airika Lorton

 

7th Grade

Malichi Foster

Joshua Lisk

Lane Mathis

Baude Meyer

Trinity Sommar

Payton Van Wyk

If we do not receive these before we make out next year’s schedules, you will be in all elective classes! 

 

Diamond Trail Fitness Center will be sponsoring a personal safety/self-defense class by Instructor Matt Smith, on June 12th 3:00-4:30pm

This is open to all females 14 and older.  The fee is $15.  Phone : 641-594-3555.  Email:  dtfc@netins.net.  Checks made out to DTFC.

 

Volleyball Players going out next fall:  The first open gym will be May 31st from 8:00-10:00 a.m. in the high school gym.  7th grade thru 12th grade are welcome to come!

 

Middle School Students:  It's great that you have checked out books from our classroom libraries.  However, we have a lot of books that need to be returned if you are done reading them.  Please help us out by working to return books that you have finished so that others may read them.  Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Paulson

 

Driver’s Education Class will start on Thursday, May 26th.  Class time will start at 12:45 and will meet in the Middle School.

 

Lunch 6-8-7

 

Summer Reading Program Opportunities

Upper Iowa University is offering Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs online this summer for preschool through high school. These individualized programs include engaging online instruction, independent reading in great books, and a skilled and encouraging teacher.  For any questions or to register call 1-800-903-0942.