10-24-2017

 

 

Attention students in grades 8-11, if you did not have your school picture taken or need to have your picture retaken, Lifetouch will be here on Thursday, October 26th.  If you need a new information packet you can stop by the office to pick one up.  If you are having your pictures retaken you will need to bring back your first set of pictures to return to the photograph.

 

 

Any 8th grade girl trying out for 8th grade basketball, tryouts will begin next Wednesday November 1st  from 3-4:30  at the Middle School.

 

 

Open mats for all wrestlers not currently in a fall sport starts this week Tuesday and Thursday right after school, in the wrestling room.

 

 

Girls basketball tryout days begin this Friday. The 2-days of tryouts are this Friday 4:30 6:00pm & Saturday10:00am-12:00noon. If you have any questions contact Coach Kontak or Jr. Varsity Coach Horn. Tryouts for any Varsity volleyball players are after tournament play is over...GO ROCKETS!!”

 

 

There will be a 7th and 8th grade Halloween dance held next Thursday, October 26th from 3:30-5:30 at the high school. Tickets will be sold at the door for $5. Feel free to wear costumes.

 

 

Winter track conditioning is fast approaching. There will be a short meeting for all girl high school track athletes Thursday morning in Coach Augburgers room at 7:30. Those not already signed up for varsity remind updates can do so by texting 81010 with the message of @rockettrac

 

 

We are looking forward to our fall Red Cross blood drive on October 31st. We have over 80 donors signed up. The Science club and the Art Club are also running a Halloween fundraiser to benefit the Red Cross hurricane relief!   Face painting or favorite hats are permitted on Halloween for those who donate at least $2 in advance to the hurricane relief fund.  The art club will even provide your face paintings before school on October 31st if needed. Sign up and donate by October 23rd with one of the following teachers. Mr. Painter, Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Swint, Mrs. Scott, Mr. Schlagheck or Mrs. Kreager.  Let's have a spooktacular Halloween!!

 

 

We as a Rocket Family pride ourselves on being good citizens to the community that supports us in various ways.  It has recently been brought to my attention that a few of our students who are taking Benton St. to and from school are entering our neighbors yards and harassing dogs, using loud profanity and screaming and disturbing a quiet neighborhood.   Those students who are doing these things need to be called out by their peers and they most definitely will be called out by us.  The police have also been contacted and will be watching for students who trespass into community members lawns.  This is a crime.   As rockets we take pride in thinking beyond ourselves and caring for others. Being kind to others and respecting others.  ON a day to day basis the majority of you do demonstrate this belief and you make us proud. This announcement for a few of you to be better and do better. Think beyond yourself!