• Bulletin No. 116        


    March 22, 2018


    Teach Today… Prepare for Tomorrow


    1. Lunch for today: Rib patty w/ bun, French fries, fruit


    1. Breakfast for Monday: Pop tart, yogurt, fruit

    Lunch for Monday: Nachos, corn, applesauce


    1. Activities for the week:

    Thur: Presentation for Wonder Books 2nd-7th grades 2:30pm-3:30pm

    Sun: State Student Council in Rapid City


    1. This week 3/19-3/22 will be hat week; money will be raised for a local family that recently experienced the sudden loss of their father/husband. You can pay $1.00 a day or $3.00 to wear a hat for the entire week. Money will need to be paid to Kelsie Anderson.


    1. Students attending prom – if you plan to have your picture taken by How Eye See It Photography, please make sure to sign up for a time slot. There is a sign-up sheet on the bulletin board outside of Mr. Broomfield’s room.


    1. Brittney P. is doing a “Pie-A-Senior” fundraiser to raise money to donate to the Alzheimer’s Association for her senior project. All New Underwood students are able to buy chances to pie one of five seniors. Each chance is $1 or 6 chances can be bought for $5. An assembly for the fundraiser will be held on Wednesday, March 28th at 3:00 in the big gym. Please see Brittney if you would like to purchase a chance to pie a senior.


    1. Cori K. is doing a hygiene drive for WAVI as a part of her giveback in Senior Experience. Drop off locations include the tiger den, First Interstate Bank, BJ's, and Harry's Hideaway. Some items that are being collected include shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes, and more. Thank you for your donations!


    1. Kaden C. will be selling raffle tickets for a prize drawing of $50.00 as part of his giveback for Senior Experience. All money raised will be donated to the Cancer Care Institute in Rapid City. It is $5.00 per ticket or $20.00 for five tickets. Contact Kaden for information about buying tickets or if you would just like to donate that will also be accepted & appreciated. The fundraiser ends March 23rd & the drawing will take place at the end of the school day.


    1. Brittney P. is selling t-shirts to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association as her giveback for her senior project. The shirts costs $20.00 & can be purchased from Brittney. There is an option to purchase online & have the shirts shipped to you but the cost will increase due to shipping. Please see flyers that are hanging around the school. The fundraiser will end on April 3rd & shirts will be delivered approximately April 15th.
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School District Notes

  • The New Underwood School District is looking for a secondary bus driver. If interested please contact Mr. George Seiler at 605-754-6485.




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    For more information, contact the Child and Adult Nutrition Services office at (605) 773-3413.