Wednesday, April 5, 2023
Thursday: Rotoni & Ham Casserole Peas Dinner Bun Fruit Milk OR Chef Salad ___________________________________________________________________________
*If any students needs to ride the north bus after school please let Brenda know before your 1st period class. If no one lets Brenda know there will not be a route.*
* Musical ticket money is due in the office today*: Jack & Tessa, Carter, Linus & Eliza, Taylynne & Ashlynne, Cale, Skyler & Brooklyn, Emma Lea & Ellie, and Reese.
Students—please pick up and pay for your musical shirts before leaving school tomorrow.
Awards given to the K-12 for the ESU#8 Art Show this weekend in Neligh, NE at the fairgrounds. Matthew D. received a blue(1st) for his Otter sculpture and his Squid window. Brooke K. received a blue (1st) on her Starfish and her Bubbler Myles V. received a blue (1st) on his Goldfish Addison C. received a blue (1st) for her Frankenstein Camry K. received a red (2nd) for her donuts Reese S. received a red for her Cupcake Melissa S. received a red (2nd) for her Llama Jack S. – Fox, Brecken C. – Leaves, Anna S.- flowers, Sydney N. – Animal Parade, Harmon B. – Crane, Matthew K.- 7UP, Elizabeth M. – Rooster, and Gavin K. – Mask all received an Honorable Mention on their work. Good job kids! There was a lot of wonderful and interesting artwork!
JC Camp is scheduled for May 24-28 at Tintern Retreat Center for current 8th and 9th graders wishing to attend. Registration packets are available in the school front office or at the entrance of all churches. If you’ve attended a JC Camp in the past, and want to be a Junior Counselor this year, please call or text Paul Weeder at 402-741-1353, *by April 22*. Please give your name when you call or text, so Paul knows who you are (there are also camp counselor forms available in the front office you will also need to send in as soon as possible).
Our almsgiving sacrifice this Lenten season will be donating money to our seminarian Zach Eischeid and Tintern. Each house’s goal is $250 in hopes of reaching $1000 as a school goal.