• Bulletin No. 80          


    January 17, 2018


    Teach Today… Prepare for Tomorrow


    1. Lunch for today: Tator tot casserole, green beans, fruit


    1. Breakfast for tomorrow: English muffin, fruit

    Lunch for tomorrow: Rib patty w/ bun, potato puzzles, fruit


    1. Activities for the week:

    Wed: BOE meeting 6:30pm

    One Act Play in Pierre

    Acalympics Competition in White River

    Thur: BB & GB at Oelrichs (Varsity Only) 6:00pm, bus time 3:45pm

    Fri: JHBB at Wall 4:00pm, bus time 2:45pm

    Elementary basketball 9am-10am (K-2) & 10am-11:15am (3-5)

    Sat: BB & GB here w/ Wall 2:00pm

    Sun: Pep band playing at Rush Hockey game, bus time 12:00pm


    1. Rush Hockey tickets are being sold by your friendly neighborhood band member! Get your discounted ticket (good for any game this season) & help us earn a spot as a featured pep band at an upcoming game!!! See a band student or Ms. J for details!


    1. Rodeo Club members please get your calendar money to Gloria this week. For those of you that haven’t sold at least 6 calendars, you need to get busy, the deadline is coming. Also, if you have calendars & are not going to sell, please get them back to Gloria.


    1. There will be a NHS All Members meeting Thursday 1/18/18 at 12:30pm in Mr. Koch’s room.


    1. Good luck to the One Act Play participants as they head to Pierre today.


    1. Good luck to the Acalympics participants as they head to White River today.
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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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