Daily Student Bulletin

April 24, 2014

TICKETS ARE NOW ON-SALE for the 1999, Come and see the characters from PEANUTS come jumping off the page in a live, three dimensional comic strip.  Students have been creating the world of Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus, Snoopy, Schroeder, Sally, Peppermint Patty, Marcie, Pigpen and the entire gang for the last month and a half.   The show is this Friday and Saturday.  the Middle School.  Tickets are $5 for students in advance and $7 for students at the door. Tickets are $7 for adults in advance and $9 for adults at the door.  SAVE A DATE AND GET READY FOR AN EVENING OF UPBEAT MUSIC, LAUGHS & FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY.

We will be having a city-wide Baccalaureate for the high school seniors for the CB schools and Lewis Central High School. 
It will be Wednesday, May 14th, 7:00 p.m. at the ALHS gymnasium.  All seniors and their guests are invited. This is a non-denominational religious ceremony to send the seniors off.  It is a nice, dress up event.       

 

The ICON Foundation is offering the 2014 Iris-Phoenix Scholarship GLBT to Nebraska or Iowa students.  To qualify, candidates must submit a statement self-identifying as GLBT or as the child of a GLBT parent.  Community service and financial need are also considered.  Application deadline is June 2, 2014.  See Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get an application.

 

Juniors, remember the end of your junior year is one of the best times to take the ACT, so if you did not take it last April 12, you should be signing up for the June 14 test.  The deadline for signing up without paying a late fee is May 9. Registering is easy; just go to actstudent.org and follow the directions.                                                      

 

Students wanting to take PSEO classes AT Iowa Western next fall should see Mrs. Bode-Steinke as soon as possible to select their course and get their registration paperwork.

 

Attention students going to Spain & Italy, there will be a meeting today in Ms. Atha's room right after school. It is just for students, not parents this time. We will be looking at flight information and last minute details.        


There will be a baseball meeting next Wednesday, April 30th, for those student’s grades 9-12 interested in playing baseball this summer.  This meeting will last 30 minutes and will begin right after school in the media center.  Practice will begin the week of May 5th.  See Coach Toole or Coach Hutchinson if you have questions or cannot make this meeting.                                                                                                                                             

 

Next year, the choir and band departments will take their four-year trip.  The destination will be St. Louis and the opportunities on the trip include performances at the St. Louis Gateway Arch, Union Station, The Cathedral Basilica, the Symphony, a broadway show, and Six Flags, among other sightseeing adventures.  If you are signed up for choir or band next year, or if would like to be, please see Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Langdon, or Mr. Walters before the end of this week to get information about the first fundraiser and payment.                                                                

 

Attention all Seniors/Juniors who attended Prom:  pictures/memory booklets and prom gift will be handed out at lunch.

 

The girl’s tennis team had another impressive win on Monday night.  They easily bested St. Albert 9-0.  Come see the girls take on Kuemper next Monday evening on our home courts.                                                                 

 

ATTENTION SKILLSUSA MEMBERS! There will be a Meeting Monday the 28th at 3:00 P.M. in room 305. We will be preparing for our upcoming state competition and creating our resumés. If you have any questions or will not be able to attend, please contact Mr. Nickman or Frasier Dew.                                                                              

 

Attention Seniors: There are only a few days left to submit your fun photos for the senior video. Please  BRING THEM TO MARILYN BY MAY 1ST!!                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Thanks to the entire YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN Gang for their hard work and dedication at yesterday’s rehearsal.  Yet another big step toward where we’re headed Friday night.  It’s important that we take another big step tonight.  Please check REMIND 101 today for an important message from Mr. McLaughlin.  The message will arrive during the beginning of third hour.   We are in FULL MAKEUP AND COSTUME tonight.  That means that all MALE ACTORS will need to go to the makeup room by 5:30 PM at the latest.  Earlier would be better.  All girls actors will need to arrive in full makeup and hair as we have important notes to cover at 6:00 PM.  We will need the girl actors to help with makeup tonight.  Monitor your day and be aware that we need everyone to have their best game yet tonight.  BREAK A LEG!  We’re counting on each of you.

 

 

 

 




 

ril 24, 2014