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HS Announcements--Wednesday, September 8, 2010

posted Sep 8, 2010, 5:42 AM by Dennis Works
Top finishers in yesterday's Marissa Cross Country Invitational included Zach Bogacki in 3rd, Zach Bickel in 4th, and Staton O'Dell in 19th.  In the girls's race, Molly Works finished 2nd overall. There were a total of 55 boys and 35 girls. 
The varsity voleyball team defeated Steeleville in three games last night while the JV squad lost in three games. The next volleyball game is Tuesday at Lebanon.
There will be a sophomore and junior class meeting in the cafeteria today during homeroom to discuss the magazine sales.

Those students interested in joining student council must have their applications turned in to Mrs. Thoma by the end of the day today.


Homecoming will be December 11 this year.


Student council is asking everyone to wear red/white/blue this Friday in honor of Sept. 11.

The Hall of Fame Banquet is Friday, September 24th.  The banquet is open to anyone, but each guest who plans on eating must notify Peggy and pay $10 at the door for the meal. Doors open at 5:00 and the meal begins at 5:30PM. This year's inductees are former band director, Don Sexton, and Jim Wahlig, a 1977 graduate who excelled in baseball.
The No Pass No Play Policy will start next week.  Grades will be checked this Thursday afternoon.  Any student with two "F's" can not participate in extra-curricular activities the following Monday through Saturday.  Grades will be checked each Thursday afternoon for the remainder of the semester.

Students who are working at the Boat Races September 11 and/or 12 - please start handing in your permission slips if you haven't already.  Honor Society members who would like to participate need to make sure they have picked up permission slips.  Lunch will be provided (BBQ hamburgers/hot dogs).  Give Mr. Kinzinger or Mrs. Hogg your T-shirt sizes also.

Sophomores have the speed pass for lunch this week.

High school students will view the Patriot Day activities this Friday during first hour.