The Partners in Education (P.I.E.) Award is given each quarter to any nominated employee who demonstrates excellent customer service and professionalism. Nominations are due Oct. 12.
More than 120 different organizations donated supplies or funds to at least one of our schools.
One of the ways we ensure success for all learners is through incentive programs like the Superintendent's Challenge.
This fall, we’re highlighting the seven strategic themes that guide our work to empower students to Dream, Believe and Achieve.
Third grade teacher Lan Huynh is one of six finalists for the statewide award.
This bi-annual award program honors employees, volunteers and school partners for exemplary service. Principals must select their award recipients and notify Strategic Communications by Friday, November 2.
Today is Monday, September 17, 2018!
Your choices for lunch are Bean Burrito & Queso or Garlic Cheese Bread. Have your ID & selection ready. Any students without an ID will need to wait until the last 10 minutes.
Any student interested in Scholars Bowl: there will be a quick meeting after school Tomorrow, the 18th in room B22.
Business Professionals of America: The road to Sunny California continues as begin planning the year. On Tuesday September 18th, we will elect local officers in Mr. Munro’s room (H4) during 9th hour. Make sure to get a pass for the meeting.
Seniors – if you are interested in helping with the homecoming float, please meet in C21 – Mrs. Burgett’s room Tuesday during 9th hour.
Attention all girls: It’s not too late to join the Northwest Girls Who Code Club! See Mrs. Morse in H6 for a pass to attend an informational meeting during Advocacy tomorrow. Come see what it’s all about!
The time has come to move those feet. We will be having our first meeting of the Drama Dance Club on Tuesday Sept 25 during 9th hour. Please see Mr. Wehry in Rm G3 to get those agenda’s sign before then.
Our soccer team will host Bishop Carroll on Tuesday. JV kicks off at 5:00 followed by the Varsity at 7:00.
Your attendance is greatly appreciated!
Congratulations to the cross country team on another outstanding weekend. Freshman Skye Kroskey continued her winning ways with an 8th place finish in the Elite Girls race. In the varsity boys race Brayden Rohr, Logan Anglemyer and Brandon Hedrick all came back with medals and a 4th place finish overall for the boys. Keep up the good work Grizzly Cross Country!
Due to parent teacher conferences, there will be no Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting tonight. We will regroup and come back next Monday at 7. See you then!
Coach Martin and the football team want to thank all the students in the Student section Friday Night! You guys were great and we appreciate your support!