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Student Bulletin Monday, January 14, 2019

 

 

Congratulations to both the JV and Varsity Cheer team for placing 1st at the Metro Suburban Conference this past Saturday. Well done girls!

 

Congratulations to the RB Robotics Team who over the weekend placed second in their tournament. Ranking 4th in their division, they will look to take this momentum into the state qualifying tournament on February 9th. Congrats and good luck!

 

Hi Bulldogs! In celebration of the new year best buddies will be selling candy grams during all lunches this week for just one dollar. Send a compliment or a nice message to start the new year on a positive note!

 

Your Special Olympic Basketball team won two tough games to advance to the State Tournament for the second year in a row. Please congratulate the players and volunteers on their "left it all on the court" performance.

 

French Club will celebrate King's Day with a baking competition on Tuesday, Jan 15 at 3:15 in 204. To sign up to bake a galette, see Mrs. Forberg in room 204. Come to learn about the tradition and taste the delicious cakes!

 

Can't wait for Black History Month?  The music, the history, the trivia contest? Come to Room 115 before or after school on Tuesday to make this year's celebration something special. See you there.

 

What do you love to do during the winter? The Yearbook staff is looking for photos of students hanging out with their friends, doing things they enjoy in the winter. Whether it be building a gingerbread house, going to see the holiday lights, or playing in the snow, we would like to see the variety of festive activities students partake in during the season. Please email your photos to RouserPhotos@gmail.com for a chance to see yourself in the yearbook!

 

Attention anyone interested in trying out for baseball please attend our early morning open gyms beginning on Tuesday January 15th at 6:00am. Any questions can be directed to coaches grieve, Ori, Ruge or Till.

  

 

Students, this year the Martin Luther King Day of Service will be held on Monday, January 21. The event is sponsored by the PTO and NHS. The goal is to build 150 basic survival kits to help the homeless. Donations can be dropped off in the Main Office and the Commons Area til Jan. 15th. Volunteer sign up sheets are available in the Main Office. All are invited to participate. They are seeking donations of the following items:New adult sized gloves, hats, socks, hand/foot warmers; Soap, toothpaste/toothbrush

deodorant, shampoo/conditioner;hand lotion, lip balm, small bottles of water, non-perishable food items: fruit/granola bars, hard candy, nuts, fruit cups.

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