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Friday, January 19, 2018
Brunch: Sausage Pancake Wrap
Lunch: Texas Toasted Cheese Sandwich & Tomato Soup
Wrestling HOME vs. LARP **Parents Night**
The first ever IronMan Invitational was held in 10th grade PE yesterday. A huge congratulations to the following students who
pushed the limits and ran for an hour and 35 minutes. You have the sincerest admiration of your teachers and fellow students.
Congratulations to : Kylie Swee, Breeana Todd, Ashley Kramer, Mahala Anderson, Colton Kimery, Caleb Scheel, Alexa Dahl,
Colton Mulholland, Courtney Burrichter, Jenna Timbeross.
And Honerable mentions to: Cory Franklin and Nolan Ratz 1hour 1min
Miette Anderson and Anna Theel – 1hour 7 min
Lindsey Field – 1hour 25min
This is a reminder that if you intend to take the ACT during school on February 27, the deadline to sign up is fast approaching. If you intend to participate, you must return the attached form to the high school office along with cash or a check made out to “Dover-Eyota Public Schools” in the amount of $45 no later than February 1, 2018. Students who do not sign up and pay the fee by this date will not be able to take the ACT at school this year.
HS Yearbook will continue to sell snoball flowers during lunches TODAY through January 29th $1.50 per flower. There is a limited supply so get yours early!
TODAY is the end of 2nd Quarter. There will be NO SCHOOL on Monday, Jan. 22
Any senior or junior high math league students going to meet #4 at LaCrescent on Monday should see Mr. Harris or Mr. Hammel TODAY. Monday is a no school day and the bus leaves at 2:30 on MONDAY
Congrats to the 2018 Snoball Royalty: SENIORS: Kaitlynn Gaddis, Caleb Peter, Shauna Haag, Will Ristau, Valorie Ziemer, Bowdrie Kimery, Brooke Wehseler, Caleb Trogstad. JUNIORS Tyler Aeschlimann and Salem Birkholz. SOPHOMORES: Courtney Burrichter and Coltan Mulholland. FRESHMEN: Tayan Thomas and Grace Allen.
Royalty guys: If you were measured for a tux last spring for prom at Mestads you do not need to get measured again for your tux for snoball. Talk to Sarah Smith if you have any questions.
Congratulations to the district spelling bee participants! Ethan Gaddis, first place; and Gracie Price, second place, will be representing us at the first round of the regional spelling bee to be held at SSC on February 13th at 9:00 AM. Tyler Holzer is the alternate.
These Band students need to get their fundraiser money turned in ASAP: BJ Halvorson, Jayda Hammel, Annicee MacMonegle, Dylan Merchlewitz, Emma Webeck
Eyota Food Pantry will be open this Sunday, January 21, 2018 from 3-5pm at 18 2nd St SE for anyone in need of food or supplies. This month's sponsor and donation drop off location is Peace Church. For questions or to request an additional opening, please email email@example.com or search Eyota Food Pantry on Facebook.
Attention students in grades 9-12: How does jumping into a freezing cold pond sound?? FUN?? YES! Come help raise money for Special Olympics and any school activity or sport you are involved in. Sign up for the annual cool school polar plunge during your lunches in the commons TODAY!!
Clay Target Team: Students in Grades 7-12 interested in joining the Dover-Eyota Clay Target Team should stop by Mr. Ostrowski's office to put their name on a preliminary sign up list. He then will give you details regarding the team.
Freshman please be sure to stop down in the office and highlight your name if you plan to bring your own lunch for the respect retreat. Freshman class retreat is Friday January 26th during the school day. You will be back in time for practice/games. The school will provide you with a sack lunch. If you wish to bring your own lunch you must indicate that on the class list on Mary's desk in the office
Are you ready to join the challenge? Have you ever wanted to read a book and just didn't know what to read? Well, the Media Center has a 21 book challenge that has a list of ideas for you. Some ideas include a popular book you haven't read yet, a book your friend loves, and a book written by an author younger than 17 years old. If you stop by the library, there is a copy of the list for you to use or you can refer to the posters around school. We would love to see how many students and staff complete the 21 book challenge by the end of this school year. See Ms. Martinak or Mrs. Rhea in the Media Center for further details. Happy reading!
JUNIORS: Anyone interested in helping with the Prom this year, please see Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Mecum and let them know. If no one is interested, Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Mecum will plan the prom for you. (Imagine how cool that would be!!)
Grades 7-12 Throwing Open Gym: D-E Community Ed will have a new offering for students in grades 7-12 for baseball and softball throwing only.
BATS! Dates: Jan. 28. Feb. 18, 25. Times: 11:30-12:15 pm