• Bulletin No. 21


    September 25, 2017


    Teach Today… Prepare for Tomorrow


    1. Lunch for today: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes, gravy, fruit


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

    Lunch for tomorrow: Tator tot casserole, green beans, fruit, fresh bread


    1. Activities for the week:

    Mon: JHFB at Wall 4:00pm, bus leaving at 2:45pm

    Tues: JHVB here w/ St. Paul 4:30pm

    Thur: Cross Country at RCCH 2:00pm

    College Fair for juniors & seniors 9:30am-1:00pm

    P/T Conferences 2:00pm-8:00pm; early dismissal at 1:30pm

    Financial Aid night for seniors & parents of seniors 6:00pm

    Fri: FB here w/ Lyman 7:00pm

    Sat: VB Lead Invitational – TBA, bus time TBA

    JHVB Conf. Tournament at Philip 9:00am

    JHFB Wall Jamboree 9:00am


    1. There was a ring turned in & calculator turned in. If you are missing either of these types of items, please come to the office to claim.


    1. For anyone that would like to purchase Team DJ shirts or bracelets please stop by the office & see Mrs. Trople.


    1. There will be a NHS meeting today at 12:30pm in Mr. Koch’s room.


    1. JHFB boys need to be released at 2:15pm today.
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School District Notes

  • Hey parents!! Have you ever worried about keeping your children safe in our digitally driven world? Please join us for an ICAC presentation presented by SD Internet Crimes Against Children on October 5th at 6:30pm where multiple topics will be discussed to help you gain more knowledge on how to keep your kids protected.






    FOR SALE:  8x12 barn roof utility shed built by the students and teacher, Mr. Von Eye.  Building must be moved this month. Cost is just for cost of supplies - $1,170.32.  Call Irene Madsen at 754-6485 if interested.



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