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FAITH SCHOOL BULLETIN
October 23th, 2017
LUNCH LINE ORDER: Seniors 12:06, Juniors 12:07, Sophomores 12:08 and Freshmen 12:09
LUNCH MENU: Chicken Nuggets with Sweet Potato Fries and tomorrow will be Spaghetti with Garlic Toast
Elementary boys basketball for grades 3-6 will begin tomorrow at 5:30 PM.
First quarter grades must be posted on report cards by noon tomorrow.
Please have items for the November calendar to the office by noon today. Thanks!
Volleyball here today with Newell beginning at 5:30 PM. Ticket Takers: Mrs. Brindley and Ms. Judas. Sophomore Workers: Josh & Hugh. Sophomores to bring: Treyton, Tiara, Allix, Megan, Josh and Hugh.
5th thru 8th Grade Girls: Jr. High Girls Basketball practice begins today at 3:45 PM sharp in the school gym. Coach Groves
Story Hour’s Fall Celebration will be held at 8:30 Wednesday morning at the library.
Volleyball here this Thursday at 5 PM with Hettinger (it is also Parent’s Night). Ticket Takers: Mrs. King and Mrs. Smith. Sophomore Workers: Boedy & Robin.
Red Ribbon Week is the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country. Red Ribbon Week generally takes place the last full week in October. This year Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated October 23-26, 2017 in the Faith Schools. Red Ribbon Week serves as a way for communities and individuals to take a stand for a commitment to drug prevention and education and a personal commitment to live drug free lives with the ultimate goal being the creation of drug free America. The 2017 National Red Ribbon Theme is “Your Future is KEY, so stay Drug Free.” Monday - Distribution of ribbons & explanation; Tuesday - “White Out” Drugs (wear white); Wednesday - “Hide from” Drugs (wear camouflage) and Thursday - Wear RED! (for the picture).
A representative from SDSU will be here Wednesday, October 25th during high school lunch period. Please let Mrs. Haines know if you would like transcripts printed ahead of time.
Sergeant Fuerst will be here Wednesday, October 25th during 6th period to do the ASVAB interpretation with Juniors.
Mr. Shoemaker has rodeo calendars if you need them.
Jr. High Volleyball players need to turn in their washed jerseys to MRS. GRUEB this week!
"You can't build a reputation on what you intend to do."
~ Liz Smith