he Morning Bulletin
Friday, October 15, 2010
Menu: Nachos, meat and cheese sauce, corn, applesauce, jello, chicken nuggets and chips
The pep band will play tonight at the game.
9/10 JV football team beat the Albany Huskies 38-34.
*6th grade computer 7th hour meet in room 105 high school.
If you sold raffle tickets, please try to tell the people you sold tickets to that the deadline has been extended to December 21st during half time of the boys’ basketball game.
Attention All Dance Team Members: If you are planning on being a part of the dance team for the 2010-11 season, you and a parent must attend the parent meeting. If you and a parent are unable to or if you have a questions, you need to contact Ms. Sykora asap – firstname.lastname@example.org The meeting is Sunday, Oct. 17th at 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. The meeting will last no longer than one hour.
Congratulations to Co-Captains Carly Skillings and Hailey Brinkman! They placed 1st at the sub-section tournament yesterday and will continue on to the Section Finals next Tuesday.
US Army lunchroom visit on October 26th.
If you need to make up credits, see Ms. Dusha for the Night School application. Night school begins on Oct. 19th and runs from 4-8 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday until your credit is completed.
Tailgate party in parking lot(by the football field) Friday, Oct. 15th before the game against the Sauk Centre Streeters – 5:30 – 6:45. Grills will be provided bring your own food and beverage and show your Dutchmen SPIRIT! Prizes will be awarded for the most creative poster. For more information see Michelle at the Depot of Gloria in the Elementary.
If you are interested in being on the 6-8 Memory Book staff please pick up an application form in the middle school office. All forms are due back to Audrey by October 20th.
Looking for certified lifeguards 1,5,6 and 7th hours for 9th grade swim unit. Start October 25 and end Friday, Nov. 5th. Please le Mr. Anderson or Ms. Oberg know if you are interested.
There will be a snowmobile safety class at Melrose High School on Saturday, Dec. 4. Cost is $8.00. If you would like to register for this class, please see Stacey in the Community Education Office. If you have already registered fro this class, please pick up your class workbook in the Community Education Office and read all material before class begins. Thank you.
Students purchase your parking permits in the office. Cost is $40.00. You must have a permit on your car today.
Ms. Dusha’s blog – http://mahscounselor.blogspot.com.
The following colleges/universities will be coming to Melrose High on the following dates:
October 26 – Alexandria Tech
November 8 – Minnesota Morris
Sign up in the counselor’s office.
Seniors – turn in senior pictures (color) by November 5th.
Activities This Week
Football at home vs. Sauk Centre at 7:00
Swimming/Diving Section True Team at Alexandria at 12:00
Students of the Month for the month of September were named at Melrose Area High School. The following students have been chosen by their teachers for outstanding work in each subject area.
Hannah Hoeschen – Math
Brent Rademacher – Industrial Technology
Sam Hinnenkamp – Science
Bethany Leraas, Amee Leukam – English
Grace Brang – Social Studies
Blake Loxtercamp -, Courtney Lund, Dustin Sweet – Art
Kim Kuehn – Music
Nicole Hoppe – Physical Education
Jaky Arias, Janette Villanueva – Spanish
Craig Wiechmann, Ashley Zenzen – German
Ethan Klaphake – Business/computer
Bailey Van Beck, Jordan Lieser – Math
Rayanne Crosby, Shawn Scherping – Family and Consumer Science
Cody Rohe – Industrial Technology
Emily Peterson, Brandon Wehlage – Science
Alisyn Hoeschen, Emily Peterson – English
Anthony Santana – Social Studies
Neliza Chavez Orozco – Art
Austin Tschida, Hunter Kvistad – Physical Education