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                                                                                     Friday, April 17, 2015

                     Day 3

Today’s Lunch: Breaded Chicken on Bun OR Uncrustable Sandwich, Corn, Carrot Sticks, Strawberries, Vanilla Ice Cream, Milk

PARENT’S ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students wishing to take Driver’s Education classes this summer from Lynnville-Sully Community Schools may pick up a registration form from either the middle school or high school office.  Registration is due by Friday, April 24th.  Tentative start date is Friday, May 29th.

DMACC Newton Campus will be having a Kids College again this summer for students entering 6th, 7th and 8th grades in the fall.  Please see the attached link for information regarding dates/times.

https://go.dmacc.edu/kidscollege/Pages/newton.aspx

Students interested in taking a DMACC Motorcycle/Moped Safety Course, stop by the front office for info.  Thanks.

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES:

K-5 Grandparents Day from 9:00-12:00

SATURDAY’S ACTIVITIES:

Solo/Ensemble Contest

HAWKAMANIA Wrestling  -  7:00 p.m.

High School Announcements:

Baseball meeting for all players Wed. April 22 at 1:00 in Mr. Scandridge's  room.  Need to be in attendance. 

Congratulations to the HS track teams on their performances at the home meet last night. The girls took home the meet championship while the boys took runner-up honors. Thanks to all who came out in support of the teams. GO HAWKS!!!

HS Students: There will be a meeting for Community Service Day with your adult supervisor on Friday morning at 11:05am. You will meet with that teacher in their classroom. Check the bulletin board in the hallway to see who your supervisor is. (4-17)

All assignments must be completed by Monday, April 20, 3:30 pm to pass the grading period for Family and Consumer Sciences classes.

The high school student council is hosting a district-wide food drive now through April 23rd. Please bring in non-perishable food items and/or toiletries. All donations will go to the East Jasper Christian Food Pantry.

Students and Staff

Check the Community Service Day Chart

Know your supervisor, worker group (WG) location, and responsibilities.

See Mrs. Evans with any questions or concerns.

Students interested in taking a DMACC Motorcycle/Moped Safety Course, stop by the front office for info.  Thanks.

4-H Youth Council

Students who will have completed 8th grade - 12th grade at the end of the school year are eligible to attend the conference held on June 30 to July 2, 2015. This conference is open to all youth and is not limited to members of the 4-H program. Conference location and housing are on the ISU campus in Ames. The fee of $175 covers housing, meals, program costs, and a t-shirt. Some counties may have an additional transportation fee. For more information contact your Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county office or visit:http://www.extensioniastate.edu/4h/iowa4hyouthconference. The registration deadline is June 1, 2015. There will be a few brochures on the bulletin board outside the counseling office.

The Spanish computer cart is missing checkout bags.  If you have checked out a computer recently, check at home, your locker, car, etc.  These need to be returned ASAP.

Students wishing to take Driver’s Education classes this summer from Lynnville-Sully Community Schools may pick up a registration form from either the middle school or high school office.  Registration is due by Friday, April 24th.  Tentative start date is Friday, May 29th.

The following students are missing signed registration forms:

Juniors
Kyle V.

Tristan V.

Seniors: Please remember to turn in your completed senior spotlight questionnaire and picture to the Hometown Press as soon as possible. If you have questions or need a new questionnaire, please contact Jessica Maston at jessicamaston@netins.net.

We are changing the school-wide Career Day to be more intentional and based upon what students may be considering at their specific grade level. Please see examples below:

Freshman - College Visit           Juniors - College Fair               

Sophomores - Career Day         Seniors - Job Shadow Opportunities

HS Students: Unsure of your summer plans? The Hometown Press is searching for a student interested in a paid summer internship with flexible hours. Responsibilities may include writing sports and feature stories as well as photo-journalism. Apply in person or send résumé to the Hometown Press. Find us on Facebook or www.hometownpressia.com.

High School Notes from Mrs. DeBoef:

High school students may begin registering for Fall 2015 college online classes.

ACT Test Dates
The next ACT test is offered June 13th and the registration deadline is May 8th. A full listing of ACT exam dates is posted outside the counseling office or you may ask the counselor for a flyer.

Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteers
The BBBS Representative dropped off activities for volunteers to use and they are in the pink totes in the counselor’s office. If you are interested in making a difference in a young person’s life stop by my room and pick up an application.

Summer Employment Opportunities
Iowa Speedway has openings for ushers, ticket takers, bag checkers, and hospitality check-in. Qualified candidates will be outgoing, friendly, and have the desire/ability to deliver the highest degree of customer service and satisfaction and service. Professional appearance and attitude is a MUST! If you, or someone you know, are interested in working at the Iowa Speedway this summer, please apply online at 
www.keystoneeventstaffing.com or call Mike Cosentino at 314-720-7908 or 800-844-2664 now!

Girl Scouts of Greater Iowa is offering employment to graduating seniors or students who will be age 18 by June 15th. They are looking for summer counselor position for two camps, one located in Boone and Clear Lake, Iowa. The work schedule would be from June 5th through August 11th with breaks between sessions and a long break over the 4th of July. The salary range would be $2000 to $2400. The compensation package includes the salary for the summer, excellent training, certifications (such as First Aid and CPR), plus room, board, and a terrific experience. Please see Mrs. DeBoef for an application and/or additional information.

Win a Week-Long Trip to Washington, D.C.
All high school juniors whose parents/guardians are members of Pella Cooperative Electric Association can apply to win a week-long trip to Washington, D.C. For further details, contact Sue Warrick at swarrick@pella-cea.org or 641-628-1040. To apply visit,www.pella-cea.org. The deadline is March 28, 2015.

Herbert Hoover – Uncommon Student Award
This award is open to Iowa High School Juniors and is a project-driven program not based on grades, test scores, essays, or financial need. The program is designed to attract students who are motivated and community minded. The award, which honors, Herbert Hoover, an Iowa native and the 31st President of the United States, identifies approximately 15 Iowa high school juniors who propose and then accomplish projects of their own design. The projects the students propose should display the values that Herbert Hoover demonstrated in his life of public service. Hoover Uncommon Student finalists receive $1,000 after completing their projects and presenting their accomplishments to a selection committee. In addition, three are chosen to receive $5,000 awards to be used at a two-to-four year trade school, college, or university of their choice. The deadline to apply is March 31, 2015. For more information visit,
www.HooverPresidentialFoundation.org or call 319-643-5327.

Scholarships
Scholarships will be emailed out to students and parents/guardians. There are some hard copies posted outside the counseling office. Please let me know if you have any questions.

Selective Service Registration
Every young man needs to register for the selective service within 30 days of his 18th birthday. This can be done online or at your local post office. Visit 
www.sss.gov or see the flyer outside the counseling office for more information.

Middle School Announcements:

Happy Weekend Birthdays to Kayla V.D. and Shaleah V.W.! (4-18)

Middle School Dance for April 16th has been postponed till Monday, April 27th.  

DMACC Newton Campus will be having a Kids College again this summer for students entering 6th, 7th and 8th grades in the fall.  Please see the attached link for information regarding dates/times.

https://go.dmacc.edu/kidscollege/Pages/newton.aspx

Students interested in taking a DMACC Motorcycle/Moped Safety Course, stop by the front office for info.  Thanks.

4-H Youth Council

Students who will have completed 8th grade - 12th grade at the end of the school year are eligible to attend the conference held on June 30 to July 2, 2015. This conference is open to all youth and is not limited to members of the 4-H program. Conference location and housing are on the ISU campus in Ames. The fee of $175 covers housing, meals, program costs, and a t-shirt. Some counties may have an additional transportation fee. For more information contact your Iowa State University Extension and Outreach county office or visit:http://www.extensioniastate.edu/4h/iowa4hyouthconference. The registration deadline is June 1, 2015. There will be a few brochures on the bulletin board outside the counseling office.

Hawk huddles will be on Wednesday, April 22nd.

Students wishing to take Driver’s Education classes this summer from Lynnville-Sully Community Schools may pick up a registration form from either the middle school or high school office.  Registration is due by Friday, April 24th.  Tentative start date is Friday, May 29th.