January 16, 2018
Tomorrow's Dress Up Day is College Day. Wear clothing to support your favorite college team or the college you plan on attending!
The semi-formal winter Snowball Dance will be this Saturday from 7:00-10:30. Music will be provided by DJ Jax. The cost of the dance is $5/person. Concessions will also be available for purchase. Come join the the fun while dancing the night away with your classmates.
BIGS - ALL MATCHED BIGS should plan to meet with Beth during their study hall on Wednesday to complete their monthly check-in and confirm schedules for next semester. Please plan ahead an contact Beth if you can't be there on Wednesday.
SENIORS - Please order your cap, gown and tassel package for $25 or the items you need for graduation during lunch periods this week. See your class officers or Mrs. Koester. ALSO - Please scan and send your baby or childhood picture for the senior slide show to Stephanie Ziwicki this week.
KINDNESS RETREAT - 9th grade students who volunteered to work with the Fourth Grade Kindness Retreat on Wednesday should check out the information posted outside room 326 (Koester's room). Volunteers will attend first hour class and then must check out at the high school main office before reporting to the fieldhouse for the rest of the day. Please plan to leave your phones in the high school on that day so that you are present for the students, responsibilities and activities of the retreat.
A representative from University of Minnesota of Duluth will be here on Wednesday. If you are interested in meeting with this representative, please see Sabine in the Guidance Office for a pass by 3:30 pm Tuesday.
A representative from Itasca Community College will be here Thursday. If you are interested in meeting with this representative, please see Sabine in the Guidance Office for a pass by 3:30 pm on Wednesday.
Students interested in getting certified to teach swimming lessons, please pick registration information in the office. Must be 16 years old and you do NOT need to be lifeguard certified. Certification training is January 26-28th
Lifeguards who need to be recertified please pick up registration information in the office. Mrs. Piepgras is holding a re-certification course on Wednesday January 24th from 3:10-8:00pm. Class information/registration is in the office
Fishing Club - Informational Meeting Jan. 22
Would you like to represent your school while fishing? If you answered "YES" come to the informational meeting for parents and students regarding the Foley High School Fishing Club on Monday, January 22nd at 5:30pm in the High School Auditorium. Bring your friends!
If you are interested in participating in CCG - Communicating Common Ground - please stop by and give Ms. Pelowski your name by Thursday 1/18. If you participated in CCG last year, please check your school email for an email from Ms. Pelowski. The first session of CCG this year will be the afternoon of Wednesday 2/7.
Juniors & Seniors: - The Deadline is fast approaching - East Central Energy (ECE) offers a wonderful opportunity for high school juniors and seniors. ECE will send two students to Washington, D.C. for the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour, June 9-14, 2018.
This all-expense-paid trip helps students understand our government and its role in the history of rural electric cooperatives. Students visit the Capitol and meet their senators and representatives, tour our nation’s monuments and museums and meet other teens from around the country.
Application packets must be completed and returned to ECE by February 12. Finalists will be interviewed by a panel of judges, and the top two students will each receive the trip to Washington, D.C.
Side 1&2: Grilled Cheese, Chili, tomato soup, fresh veggies, apple, fruit crisp, and assorted milk.
Side 3: Chef Salad
Breakfast: Bagel Pizza Bites, banana, fruit cup and assorted milk.