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                                  Wednesday, May 28, 2014

                                       Day 3

Today’s Lunch:  Cooks Choice

Note for Parents:

Last Day of School Wednesday, May 28th   -  2:00 Dismissal. 

There is black Columbia jacket in the high school office that was found after Senior Awards Night on May 13.

Today’s Activities:

SB/BB @ BGM  6:00 p.m.

GIRLS YOUTH BASKETBALL SUMMER CAMP  Coaches Hulsing and Corbett are hosting a girls youth basketball camp this summer for current Grades 3-6.  Registration forms have been handed out to all girls (form also available on school website).  Please return these to Elem/MS office or mail to Coach Hulsing.  Cost is $35, including t-shirt. (5-28)

Driver Education Information:  The first class will be on Friday, May 30 from 12:45-2:45 P.M. in the Middle School Media Center.  After that (June 2-June 26) classes are scheduled only Monday-Thursday 12:45-2:45.  Due to large numbers driving will likely not be completed until Wednesday, July 2.                                            

High School Announcements:________________________________________

Please return computer #14 to FCS.  They were not checked out.

Congratulations to the following class officers and student council members.

Student Body President: Katy Sevcik

Seniors:

Class President: Tanner Briggs

Vice President: Lucas Smith

Secretary/Treasurer: Madison Rasmusson

Student Council: Kristy Sevcik, Taylor Vander Leest, Madison Rasmusson

Juniors:

Class President: Caleb Jansen

Vice President: Kobe Fisk

Secretary/Treasurer: Kristen Van Der Wilt

Student Council: Sage Ehresman, Naomi Shinkle

Sophomores:

Student Council: Jelissa Rozendaal, Haley James 

Freshman voting will take place in the fall.

Laptop #3, the charger, and bag need to be returned to Mrs. Wenck's cart immediately. No laptops will be used until it is put back.

I am missing three computers from the library cart.  They are numbers 2, 4 and 7.  They need to be returned!  Mrs. Lanser

The high school softball team is looking for a student or adult who would like to run the music during home high school games.  If you have interest in this area, please contact Stacey at 515-333-1670 or stacey@totalrehab-pt.com. 

Driver Education Information:  The first class will be on Friday, May 30 from 12:45-2:45 P.M. in the Middle School Media Center.  After that (June 2-June 26) classes are scheduled only Monday-Thursday 12:45-2:45.  Due to large numbers driving will likely not be completed until Wednesday, July 2.

A student has borrowed the snail puppet from Mrs. Scandridge's room. Please return as soon as possible. 

HS Students: Any student planning to take the June 14th ACT test, there is an excellent opportunity available for you to prepare for this test and perform your best offered right here at Lynnville-Sully High School. On Saturday, May 31st, ZAPS Learning Company will present a 5 hour, strategy-intensive seminar to assist you in accomplishing your goal. The cost of the seminar is $79 and there is a requirement of a minimum of 10 students attending in order to host this seminar here at L-S. If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact Mrs. DeBoef.

Mrs. DeBoef’s Clipboard

Students may begin registering for online college courses next Fall. Please stop by the counselor’s office to get instructions on the new registration process. If students are planning to register for a Math course the ALEK assessment needs to be completed prior to registration.

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.

Summer Employment
River Bend Industries in Victor is offering employment to those 18 and older. Pay is $10-$12 an hour. If interested, contact Work Source at 
319-647-3151 ext. 544 or visit www.worksource.net.

The Linden House needs servers to work Sunday morning brunch. If interested in this part-time job opportunity, please contact Judy Nace at 
641-527-2332.

Adventureland Park is hiring lifeguards for Adventure Bay for the 2014 summer season. Adventureland will offer lifeguard certification classes at no cost to those hired to work. Call 
515-266-2121 or visit www.adventurelandpark.com for more information.

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.

We have a need for Community-based volunteers. If you know of anyone interested, please stop by and pick up an application.

Middle School Announcements                                                                              

Driver Education Information:  The first class will be on Friday, May 30 from 12:45-2:45 P.M. in the Middle School Media Center.  After that (June 2-June 26) classes are scheduled only Monday-Thursday 12:45-2:45.  Due to large numbers driving will likely not be completed until Wednesday, July 2.

Please check the book list in Mrs. Paulson's room for any books you may have checked out from her library that you are no longer reading but have not returned.  All Mrs. Paulson's books must be returned or paid for by the last day of school, or she will not sign your sign-out sheet.

Middle school students - Mrs. Foster loves to share her books with you, but as the year comes to an end she seems to be missing several books. Please check your lockers, bags, and at home to see if you have any books to return to her. Thank you.

A student has borrowed the snail puppet from Mrs. Scandridge's room. Please return as soon as possible. 

Students need to look in lost and found for their lost items and take home.