MS/HS Daily Announcements

December 22, 2017 ​1. Want to avoid the cold and snow after school? The track team will clear vehicles for you! $2.00 a car or small crossovers and $3.00 SUV, Truck, or Van. Season passes are available for $20.00 for cars and small crossovers. Large SUV’s, Trucks and Vans are $25.00 for the season pass. Please see Coach Becker, Bertuca, or Bobalik to sign-up or if you have any questions.
​2. ​ Our next “Be the Change” activity is today. Students must have 30 Be the Change tickets and be off ZAP in order to participate. Students please remember if you are on ZAP you LOSE 1 change ticket EVERYDAY unless you turn in ALL your work to the ZAP box or attend the morning ZAP work sessions. Please check the ZAP list posted by the middle school office every day to see if you’re on the list.
​3. ​ Attention high school students. The second ever “Clipped Tournament” will begin January 15th, after we return from break. You can begin to sign up with Mr. Smith starting tomorrow until the end of the week, and the first week that we are back from break. Entry will be five dollars, with a cash prize going to first and second place, so be sure to up your sneak game over break, to take home that sweet, sweet money.
​4. ​ Attention all 7th and 8th Grade girls interested in playing basketball. Practices begin the week we get back from Christmas break.
​5. ​ In addition, All 6th, 7th, and 8th grade boys and girls interested in wrestling this year, practices begin the week we return from Christmas break.
​6. ​ The Varsity Girls’ basketball team traveled to Decatur last night to take on the Raiders. It was a hard fought game with our girls coming up just 3 points short. The second half was a great team defensive effort to fight back. Great job ladies.
​7. ​ Congratulations to the boys varsity basketball team on their 44-43 victory over Decatur last night. While we did not play our best game, we did what we needed to do to be in a position to win at the end of the game. With the team down by one with 14.7 seconds, left in the game Tyler Campbell was fouled on a shot attempt.
8. Tyler made both free throws to give the cardinals a one-point advantage and we barely hung on for the win. Good job guys and Merry Christmas to one and all.​

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