Wednesday, February 22
HARRISBURG NORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL MORNING BULLETIN
Good morning North Middle School students and staff!
Please stand and join us in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Today is a “A” day
THE DINER/ LINE A Spaghetti & Meatsauce & Breadstick
THE GRILL/LINE B Sweet & Sassy BBq Rib sandwich
EXPRESS Chicken Strips
THE PIZZERIA French bread pizza
VEGETABLE Green beans
- Are you interested in shooting “trap”, “clay pigeons”, or “blue rocks” this spring on a team of your fellow Harrisburg Tigers? Any student, male or female, grades 6 through 12. There is no limit to the number on a team! You may sign up on the sheet in the office. Informational sheets are in the office as well. For more information go to sdclaytarget.com or email contact@GarretsonSportsmensClub.com. Today is the last day for sign up!!
- Second semester After School Club sign-ups are on the school website.
- There are new Prizes of the Week in the commons bulletin board. Trade your PBIS points for tickets and enter the drawing in the office. Winners will be drawn on Friday.
- Please turn in lunch money and morning hall passes to the office this morning.
- 8th Graders- Anyone needing to go over high school classes or forms please see Mrs. Groeneweg today. Tomorrow is registration!
Extra-Curricular Activities Announcements:
- All 7th and 8th grade boys interested in playing Tennis this Spring plan on attending the Tennis Meeting next Monday, February 27th at 6:00 PM at the High School Library. If you cannot make it, please contact Mr. Termansen at the High School.
- Girls in 7th and 8th grade interested in participating in Golf this season plan to attend the meeting on Wednesday, March 1st at 3:15 in the commons.
- 7th and 8th grade students interested in participating in Track this spring-listen for upcoming announcement on when sign up will be available. First practice is Monday, March 20 at 3:15 – 5:00.
- Those participating in Oral Interp can sign up for practice times in Mrs Groen’s room B127.
Happy Birthday to Ali Zahedi!
Thought of the day:
If you can’t be a pencil to write anyone’s happiness, then try to be an eraser to remove someone’s sadness.