DOVER-EYOTA HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL 

                                       ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:               

 

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Brunch:   Cinnamon Roll                                 Lunch: Tater Tot Hot Dish

 

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES:  

 Choir Concert  HS Auditorium   6th Grade @ 6:30,     7th & 8th Grade @ 7pm,   9th-12th @ 7:45pm

        

 NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 MS student council will be selling candy canes Monday through Wednesday during lunch.  Candy canes will be delivered on Friday Dec.  21st. All MS student council members should see Mr. Andring today.

The Environmental Club will be having a Used Toy Drive again to help support Vision Hope for Haiti.  This is a great way to clean out some clutter from your house and support a good cause.  Gently used toys may be donated starting next week and running through January 11.  See Mr. Moericke or Ms.  Klaehn for more information.

Dover-Eyota Basketball will play at the Three-Rivers  HVL showdown this Saturday at Mayo Civic. DE Boys Basketball takes on Cannon Falls at @ 9:00am.   DE Girls Basketball takes on Byron @ 8:30pm

The following students need to stop in the office:  Tessa Turner, Amber Wood, Tucker Williams, Caleb Todd, Paige Johnson   

High School students that played FOOTBALL this Fall or Girls Soccer……….....Please stop in the office and pick up and envelope.

The Eyota Food Pantry will be open this coming Sunday, December 16th from 3-5 pm. It is located at the Redeemer Church's education building, 18 2nd St SE in Eyota.   If you or someone you know is in need of food, please share this opportunity as we have plenty of food to share.  No paperwork, complete confidentiality.

Happy Birthday Isabel Wendt!                                                                      

 ONGOING ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 10th graders who purchased items from Gary Gullickson, please stop in Mr. Pittenger's room and pick up your items

Congratulations to these Dover-Eyota Wrestlers who won the Byron Dave Scharberg memorial Tournament this past Saturday!  These wrestlers went 3-0: Gavin Gust, Taylor  Defrang, Teigan Miller, Tyler Shea, Marcus Otomo, Michael Nelson and Reece Lemke

Sharing Tree donations have been counted!  Thank you to everyone who donated cash or a food item to this year’s Dover-Eyota Sharing Tree!  Brooke Hasleiet 's class....Grand Champion.  Winner of the Donut Breakfast on Friday Dec. 21st, 2nd Place:  Tine Donahue, 3rd Place:  Pittenger

Dover-Eyota boys JV and Varsity both were champions at the Maple River Hardwood classic over the weekend  They JV beat Tri City United Friday night 59-22 & Maple River in championship game 48-30.   The Varsity beat Glencoe-Silver Lake 69-63 on Friday night and Maple River 62-38 in championship game! Congrats to the boys!!

CONGRATS to the Milk Quality Team of Luke Borst, Mike Nelson, Reece Lemke, Will Ideker, and Jack Studer for  placing 1st in the region and being state bound!! Luke Borst placed 1st individually and Mike Nelson was 4th individual.

Congrats to the Soils team for placing 4th in the region and making it to state! Team members were Maggie Smith, Kourtney Allen, Landen Ihrke, and Andrew Wendt

The 8th Grade C02 Race took place yesterday during 4th block. The Girls are back on top. Marly Tuma is the Grand Champion. Paeyton Baxter came in a close second, but you know second does not count!!!! Noah Phillips recorded  the fastest reaction time that Mr. Polus has ever recorded with a time of .001. As you can guess, he red lighted his next race. Congratulations to the Grand Champion, way to go Marly Tuma

Dover Eyota Ski Club registration is still open.  Ski club runs every Friday night starting January 4th  2019 through February 8th  2019.  All 4th grade through 12th grade students are welcome to join.  Have fun skiing/snowboarding with your friends on Friday nights.For more information visit  http://www.rochesterce.org/enrichment/youth/ski_club_2019
or contact Krista Nigon at   or 507-951-3783

Juniors interested in applying for scholarships should see Mr. McRae in regards to the Minnesota Association of Townships scholarship program. Several $1,000 scholarships will be given to eligible juniors

Seniors, are you confused by the college application process?  Are you wondering where to start, what to do, and how you're ever going to get them done?  Then stop into school on  Wednesday mornings for Coffee and College Apps with Mr. McRae!  From 7:30 to 9:00 Mr. McRae will help you complete your apps, scholarships, and financial aid.  So come on in, enjoy some free coffee, and get your college journey started