Daily Bulletin for Thursday, January 16, 2020
General TSO’s Chicken and Rice
Morning Greeters for this week:
Coach Wrye: Counselor’s Office Entrance
Ms. Gump: South Entrance (by Library)
Ms. Johnson: Commons Exit to Patio
Collective goods orders and money are due to Amy in the main office by end of day Thursday, January 23.
All seniors need to report to their resume/application teacher during 8th hour today and tomorrow. If you have questions on where to go please see Ms. Pratt or Ms. Rohwer.
The boys Varsity basketball team will be playing Warrensburg today at the California tournament starting at 4:30.
There will be a JV/Varsity girls baskeball game this evening at home versus Eugene beginning at 6:00.
ASD will be in Ms. O’Donnell’s room today after school.
There will be a future health professional’s meeting in Mr. Smith’s room tomorrow at 7:45. Donuts will be provided.
Old Kinderhook is offering free admission to all students that have an A in any course. You will need to show your report card to verify. If questions stop by the main office.
Get your 2020 yearbook for just $40 through Valentine’s Day. That is a $15 savings off the regular price. Order today. See your English teacher or the main office for an order form.
The Courtwarming dance will be Friday, January 24th after the boys varsity basketball game against Southern Boone. It will be in the old gym and the cost is $5. Spirit week is next week, the theme is Rock of Ages. Spirit days are as follows:
Wednesday-Wacky Band Wednesday(puns or made up)
Thursday-Battle of the Ages
Juniors-Mid Life Crisis
Friday-Maroon and Gold
Students may bring non-EHS students to the dance with prior approval from the office. Middle school students, nor individuals over the age of 20 are allowed. Guest forms are available in the main office.
Students remember if you have lunch money please turn it in at the Main Office before 3rd hour.
Missouri Army National Guard is hosting a guard night on Thursday, January 30th. Bring your friends and family and enjoy a BBQ and giveaways while learning about their mission, education incentives, benefits, job training, career options and opportunities for high school students. See the Guidance Office for more information and to sign up.