Daily Student Bulletin

May 22, 2015

Students are not to walk to the Middle School on early out Wednesdays.  This also includes using the back road for those that drive.

Students eating and or remaining after school on early out days must remain in the commons area and seated at a lunch table.  Students will not be allowed to wait in the hallway near the trophy cases or in areas other than the commons.  Students will remain seated at a lunch table until the dismissal announcement has been made.


The Children's Cancer Connection Empowering Scholarships are offered in values of $500 to $5,000.  Applicants must have first-hand experience of childhood cancer, either battling it themselves or by one of their siblings, attend an accredited college or trade school, and have a minimum GPA of 2.5.  See Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get the paper application.  The deadline is Friday, May 29.                                                                                                


If you have gotten the paperwork from Mrs. Bode-Steinke and registered for a Fall 2015 PSEO through Iowa Western, your required Orientation meeting will be July 29.  You will receive a letter with more information and a make-up option during the second week of July, but we wanted you to get that date on your calendars now.

If you want to take a PSEO class but haven't met with Mrs. Bode-Steinke to get your paperwork, send her an email now so that she can schedule an appointment with you.  You must register for Fall 2015 PSEO classes before June 5, 2015.


Attention Seniors.  Please make sure all your library materials are returned and fines paid.  You will have to check out in the library as part of senior check-out day.  Take care of this now and the process will go much faster on the last day.


The Council Bluffs Fire Department extends an invitation to students to an open house Wednesday, May 27 @ 6:30pm regarding their Fire and Rescue Explorer Program.  This program is designed for youth who want to explore Fire and Rescue as a possible career choice.  Please contact Amanda at 402-968-0452 or Amanda.barrett@scouting.org  for further questions.


Girls and boys track pictures are in.  Please come to the office to pick them up.                                                                               

Powder Puff Football will be held Tuesday, May 26th on the football field. Those interested in participating should sign up in the office by Friday. The first 10 people who sign up per grade will be guaranteed a spot on the team. The cost of playing will be $2 per player, and $1 for anyone who will want to watch. If you have any questions contact Kye Madsen or Ryan Scheidle.                                                                                                                             


Please check the lost and found in the attendance office.  Any remaining items will be sent to the goodwill on May 29th.


Seniors, if you are still undecided about what to do after graduation, here are three good options.  Remember to take your Workplace Readiness resume` with you to any meetings or appointments.

1.  Standard Heating and Air has a PAID APPRENTICESHIP program for those interested in a heating, ventilation, and air conditioning career.  Call Dana Johnson, Recruiting Coordinator, at 402-339-6700 for more information or to arrange an interview.

2.  Primrose Retirement Community needs full-time CNAs. Call Cindy Brickey at 712-352-1111 for more information or to arrange an interview.

3.  Pet Smart has an internship program for pet groomers.  Call Rich Herman at 712-366-8060 for more information or to arrange an interview.


Iron man volleyball will be held on Thursday, May 28th in the middle school gym. Anyone who is interested in participating should set up your own teams of 6 and sign up in the office by next Wednesday. The cost will be $2 for every participant and $1 for every spectator. If you have any questions contact Ryan Scheidle or Kye Madsen.