Monday: Calzone Baked Fries Baked Beans Fruit Milk OR Chef Salad ____________________________________________________________________________________
We will have a 1:00 dismissal and use the early dismissal schedule. Mrs. Klein’s classes should report to room 3 for class today. Senior Theology should report to the office.
Happy Birthday to Mr. Tharnish who celebrated his birthday yesterday.
Good Luck to our girls’ basketball team competing in district finals this evening with Maywood-Hayes Center. The game will be held at Kearney Catholic at 6:00 p.m. and will be on 97.5 KEXL and kexl.com. To stream, click the 97.5 icon, click “listen live,” and click the play arrow.
Good Luck to our speech members competing at Lutheran High Northeast today.
There will be a meeting for *non-basketball players* interested in going out for track this year in Mrs. Moser’s room Tuesday after school.
FFA members are reminded that district contests #1 are Monday, February 27 at NECC in Norfolk. Bus leaves EPS at 7:15 a.m. Wear official dress and lunch tickets will be given to everyone for lunch at the NECC cafeteria. Should be back to Elgin around 3:45-4:00.
If any boys ages 15-18 are interested in playing Legion baseball, there will be a meeting this Friday night at 7:00 in the Neligh Fire Hall. For more information/questions please call Ben Zegers at 402.540.0488
Emily Borer will here on Tuesday, February 28th after lunch for anyone wanting to rent a tux through Roxi’s Elegant Bridal. She will need a $40 deposit-cash or check made out to Roxi’s Elegant Bridal. Renters are responsible for picking up the tux in Norfolk 2-3 days prior to prom but Emily will return them on Monday, March 27th if they are brought to the office by 8:30 a.m.
No chocolate milk until Monday.
Sunday-all speech members must be report to the school by 5:00 p.m. to set up for parents’ night beginning at 6:00.
Mrs. Schwartz announces National FFA Week activities: *Friday* – Ice Cream Day. Winners of coloring contest and ‘calve’ guess will be announced
Current sophomores, juniors and seniors are invited to the upcoming TEC Weekend, March 18-20 at Glad Tidings, Bloomfield. This intergenerational movement helps youth transition into young adulthood. TEC draws participants into the heart of the Catholic faith: Christ’s Paschal Mystery (His passion, death, and resurrection) lived out in the Church while also reflecting on the person of Christ and who He is in their lives, and experience meaningful relationships with others. Retreat fee is only $75. To register, please pick up an application form from the front office. If you have questions, please contact Becky Kerkman at 843-6043.
Winners of the FFA Coloring Contest: St. Boniface: Preschool – Emersyn H. Kindergarten – Henry L. 1st – Jaxon H. 2nd – Anton S. 3rd – Aubrey S. 4th – Harper C. 5th – All of them! 6th – Sara H. Winners of the “Who’s Calve is Who’s” Correct Answers were 1 – Carter, 2 – Taylynne, 3 – Jack, 4 – Ethan, 5 – Sam, 6 – Cale, 7 -Keyera, 8- Baylee, 9- Mrs. Schwartz No one at PJ or St. Boniface guessed every calf correctly. The closest three guesses that were drawn were: Ellie R., Michael S. and Linus B. FFA kids will be delivering your prizes sometime today or next Tuesday! Thanks for participating this week and enjoy your ice cream today!