GOOD LUCK tonight to the Fresh/Soph football team as they take on Columbus at Columbus 6:15

Basketball cheerleading TRYOUTS ARE TODAY from 5:30-7:00.

Students 16+ years old that are interested in taking Nursing Assistant this spring should see Mrs. Kriz this week. Hawkeye Community College offers classes at night (M/W or T/Th) that go from either January-March or March-May. This class allows you to take the certification test to be a CNA. Classes fill up fast!

TODAY is the first collection day for the Student Food Drive! Make sure to bring in canned fruit, nut butter or money for extra points to your advisor; all other items are still worth 1 point. There will be individual prizes of t-shirts and Chick-fil-A sandwich cards again!

Students taking OW classes should be finishing Unit 3 TODAY to stay on track for the end of the trimester.

Students taking the PSAT/NMSQT will have a pre-administration session on Tuesday during WIN. Please report to Room 18.

Students taking the PSAT/NMSQT should report for testing at 8:10 Wednesday morning. Make sure to have two #2 pencils (non-mechanical) and your calculator.

FAFSA completion appointments are Wednesday night. Mrs. Kriz has emailed seniors and parents if you have an appointment. Please let her know if you can no longer make it!

There will be a GIRLS BASKETBALL MEETING during WIN on Friday November 1st.

There will be a BOYS SOCCER MEETING on Monday October 28th at 7:30 a.m. in the auditorium for any boys interested in soccer for the 2019-2020 season.

PICTURE RETAKE DAY: Picture retake day is Thursday, October 24th in the morning. If you need a form, they are in the office.

There are 2019 Halloween Hustle 5krun/walk registration forms in the office. The Halloween Hustle is set for Sunday October 27th at 2p.m. in Dysart. You can also register online at

Happy belated Birthday to Joe Bistline who celebrated a birthday over the weekend and Happy Birthday today to Dominique Marvin!!!

Lunch today: Hot dog on a bun (choice: cheeseburger on a bun) sweet potato crosstrax, sauerkraut, mandarin oranges and milk.