Valentine’s Day Cake Pops - Key Club is currently selling cake pops to be delivered to your special someone, friend, family, or Yourself on Valentine’s Day. Cake pops can be purchased individually for 75 cents or a bouquet of 6 for $4 or in a mason jar bouquet decorated with 6 cake pops for $8. See a Key Club officer or Mrs. Anderson with questions. Thanks! (2/13)
LINKS There is a LINKS meeting today in Ms. Huff’s room. (2/13)
If you have not yet ordered a yearbook you better do so soon as you are running out of time. Online sales will close in a couple of weeks so you should communicate with parents or guardians to see if indeed a book has been ordered for you. A master list will posted outside of Mr. Croley’s room next week.
Once they are gone, they’re gone! There is no guarantee extra books will be printed. Don’t procrastinate….communicate. (2/15)
Tickets for Stand and Deliver will be on sale during lunch. Make sure to get your tickets early to ensure you can get in as seating is limited. SHows are Feb. 15-18 at 7pm and on Feb. 19 at 2pm Tickets are $7 for students and $10 for adults. ( 2/13)
Japanese club members: We will have a club meeting on Monday, Feb. 13th during seminar to discuss upcoming club events. (2/13)
BPA will be sponsoring a “Week of Miracles” fundraiser for The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital next week February 13th-17th. Children’s Miracle Network Hospital is a non-profit organization that helps raise funds and awareness for children’s hospitals to provide treatments to millions of children in need. They will be selling Children’s Miracle Network Hospital wristbands and paper balloons that you can write your name on and hang on the wall. You can buy 1 wristband and 1 paper balloon for $1 at first or second lunch all week. All proceeds will be help our local children’s hospital. Help show support!(2/16)
FCCLA: There will be a meeting Wednesday (2/15) and Friday (2/17) during seminar this week Please try to attend at least ONE of the meetings. We will be discussing club activities.
There will be a COMPETITION meeting on Today during seminar and or after school for students that are competing ONLY. (2/13)
Athletics / Recognitions
The Girls Varsity Basketball team avenged their only loss of the year with a come-from-behind 55-52 victory on the road at Waverly Friday night. Grace George led all scorers with 22 points, and the Panthers converted 14 of their 19 free throws in the fourth quarter to pull out the win. Maddie Petersen scored 9 points, while Annie McIntosh and Sydney Mills both chipped in with 7 points. The girls travel to Haslett on Friday night with an opportunity to clinch at least a share of the CAAC-Red title. (2-13)
The wrestlers did a great job at Individual districts this weekend. Moving on to regionals were Ronnie Slater, Quenten Hall. Kilian Southworth, Jackson Severns, and our three champions, Sam York, Lucas McFarland, and Gabe Larner. Come support us Wednesday night at Mason for the regional championships! (2/13)
Attention those of you planning to play a spring sport: Spring sports start March 13 and you must have a physical on file in order to try out. So, get this taken care of prior to tryouts or your coach will not be happy and you won’t be able to participate! (through March 8)