TUESDAY, MAY 11
All ceramic projects, drawings and paintings should be picked up from the art room by this Friday, May 14th.
In baseball last night, Varsity won 15-3 over Chester. Brady Biffar got the win, throwing a complete game. Eli Garcia had 5 RBI’s to lead the offense. The JV team beat Red Bud 3-0 with Brian Lance, Jack Keeven & Cohen Jackson combining on a no-hitter!
In track last night, Briana Baldridge won the 400 and set a new school record. She also finished 2nd in the 100. Hadley Schneider finished 4th in the 100, 200, and 400. Evan Muehlher finished 1st in the shotput and discus. Owen Scherff finished 1st in the 110 and 300 hurdles, and 2nd in the 200. Luis Raventos finished 3rd in the 800 and 4th in the 1600. Paul Steingruby finished 4th in the 800 and 5th in the 1600. Great job track team!!
MONDAY, MAY 3
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
Join us for the last Gibault Students for Life meeting of the school year this Wednesday at 7:45 in the cafeteria. Bring your own drink and we will supply the Ahne’s donuts! We will have information about the upcoming Steubenville Conference this summer and will be sharing ideas for the 2021-2022 school year. Bring a friend and bring your ideas as we say goodbye to our awesome Senior leaders.
Service hour charts have been updated and posted on the office window so students can see what hours they have turned in so far. Students are required to complete 10 service hours in order to sit for spring semester exams.
Track team had a meet at Sparta last Thursday. Briana Baldridge finished 1st in the 400, 2nd in the 200 and 3rd in the 100. Even Muehlher finished 2nd in the discuss and 3rd in the shot. Owen Scherff finished 1st in the 100 and 300 hurdles and 2nd in 200. Paul Steingruby finished 4th in the discus, 800 and 1600.
Tomorrow at 3:00 there will be another meeting for any students interested in going to Europe in Summer 2022. If you missed the first meeting come by Mrs. LeSaulnier’s room at 3:00 tomorrow.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28
In track last night at Chester, several of the Hawks turned in outstanding performances. Hadley Schneider and Briana Baldridge both had new personal records (PR) in the 100. Evan Muehlher had a PR in both the discus and the shotput by finishing 5th & 6th respectively in those events. Paul Steingruby had a PR in the discus and the 1600. And Owen Scherff won both 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles and set a new school record in both. Great job by the Track Team!
Last night at Okawville our softball played a very close game. In the end, they lost 3-2 in the bottom of the 7th. Aleaha Anderson led the way with a 2-2 performance, Emma Schmidt & Melissa Bernal also had key hits in the game. Freshman, Libbi Mesch, in her first varsity start went 7 innings with 10 strikeouts.
Need service hours. . .tomorrow after school you can help with landscaping around campus. Come sign-up in the office.
Students please pay your copy fees in the library before the end of the year. There is a list of outstanding balances in the library.
TUESDAY, APRIL 27
The Women’s Club will be doing some landscaping and maintenance in the next few weeks to help beautify our campus. The landscaping will take place immediately after school to better accomodate students. If you need service hours this is a great opportunity, AND it is a great way to show what a beautiful campus we have here at Gibault. the landscaping will take place on the following dates:
Thursday, April 29, 3-5pm
Monday, May 3, 3-5pm
Wednesday, May 12, 3-5pm
There will be a sign-up sheet in the front office.
PARENT SPONSORED “ENCHANTED BALL”:
The invitations for the parent sponsored event for juniors & seniors were handed out this morning. All payments & waivers must be completed & turned in by Friday, April 30th.
YOUNG WOMEN PROFESSSIONALS CLUB:
Tomorrow, Young Women Professionals Club is sponsoring a dress down for Denim Day. Wear all your denim gear for a handful of change!
MONDAY, APRIL 26
Attention all students and faculty! We will be praying the Rosary outside in the front of school starting at 7:00am. Coffee and donuts will be provided for all who attend. Hope to see you there!
FRIDAY, APRIL 23
The Lady Hawks defeated East Alton Wood River, 9-0. Way to go Hawks! The team plays at home tomorrow vs Metro East Lutheran.
Our theater department will be performing, Little Women, this weekend. Friday & Saturday performances are at 7:00pm, Sunday’s show is at 2:00pm.
Mark your calendars! Next Friday, April 30, the Critique Club is sponsoring an Animated April Movie Night. Starting at 6pm, we will be showing Toy Story, Toy Story 2, and toy Story 3. All students are welcome to join! Sign up in Mrs. Kovarik’s room.
MONDAY, APRIL 19
The senior class is having a clothing drive for the Saint Vincent DePaul thrift store this week, April 19-23rd. If we reach our goal of 1000 items of clothing as a school, the school will be awarded a dress down day. The class with most items will also win a popsicle party. You can drop off any clothes or shoes at the office on Monday and we will have boxes with each class available.
FRIDAY, APRIL 16
Congratulations to the Lady Hawks on their win over Waterloo in the Dig Pink game last night. The Lady Hawks finshed their season 16-2, ranked #1 in the state for Class 1A & #28 overall in the state.
Last night the Varsity Baseball team defeated Okawville 5-2 in 8 innings. Ryan Bollinger pitched all 8 innings and delivered the game winning RBI. Kameron Hanvey, Daniel Darin, and Hudson Blank keyed the offense. The Hawks host Althoff today at 3:30.
For students who still need service hours, there are opportunities every day after school to help the school’s maintenance staff clean the school and keep the campus beautiful. There will be a sign up sheet on the door of the maintenance office in B building, so sign up and earn those hours!
Are you interested in world travel? Come visit Germany, Italy, and Switzerland with Mrs. LeSaulnier next summer, 2022, for an amazing European tour with your fellow students.
There will be a very short informational meeting for any interested students next Thursday at 7:40am in Mrs. LeSaulnier’s room. Students who can not make it or have any other questions, please see Mrs. LeSaulnier.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14
DRESS DOWN DAY:
Tomorrow will be a “Dig Pink Dress Down Day”! Wear pink and bring a handful of change to support cancer research. Then come on out tomorrow night to support your Lady Hawks volleyball team as they compete against Waterloo in the annual Dig Pink Volleyball game.
The baseball team opened their season with a 6-2 win over Waterloo.
TUESDAY, APRIL 13
Congratulations to the Patriotic Art Winners:
First Place: Abby Grohmann
Second Place: Ella Range
Third Place: Maria Biske
Service Hour Charts have been updated and posted on the office window so students can see what hours they have turned in so far. Students are required to complete 10 service hours in order to attend prom, post prom or sit for spring semester exams.
TUESDAY, MARCH 30
*Students may not be in the gym or the weight room unless they are in class. They must remain in supervised study areas.
*Cell phones must be away. If you have any questions on this please come see Mr. Kidd or Mr. Montgomery.
*The breakfast program is over after mods C/D. The cafeteria returns to a Senior-only study area after that. While seniors are out, it is a Juniors-only study area.
*Outdoor areas are study areas. Students should be seated and properly distanced before masks come off.
In soccer last night, the Hawks beat Granite City by the score of 3-2. Two goals by Collin Shields and a goal by McKenzie Haudrich. Freshmen, Brian Lance, was forced into action in the second half and performed well as the hawks collected their first win of the season. The soccer team plays this afternoon at Mater Dei with a 4:30 start time.
In volleyball last night, the Lady Hawks lost to Columbia in an exciting, well played, and very close match. The Lady Hawks return to action tonight at Mater Dei.
MONDAY, MARCH 29
STATIONS OF THE CROSS:
Attention all students & faculty! Our next before-school service is tomorrow at 7:00am in the chapel. We will have Stations of the Cross, with Deacon Tom Helfrich leading us. Again, coffee and donuts will be provided for all who attend.
THURSDAY, MARCH 25
There is a FCA meeting on Sunday, March 28th from 1-3 at Grohmann’s Barn. There will be food, fun, fellowship & volleyball!
Congratulations to the Lady Hawks Volleyball Team for coming out strong against a tough Red Bud team. Freshmen, JV, & Varsity all with a win last night. The girls are on the road tonight at Metro East Lutheran.
TUESDAY, MARCH 23
In volleyball last night, The Lady Hawks defeated Wesclin by the score of 25-22 and 25-21. In the second game senior, Ande Grohmann, had an excellent performance, serving 24 consecutive points to close it out. Congratulations as well to the Freshmen and JV teams who also won their matches.
The Volleyball Team plays at home tonight against New Athens.
The Soccer Team plays tonight against Columbia, which is scheduled for a 5:00 start at Oerter Park.
FRIDAY, MARCH 19
Congratulations to Emma Steibel for placing 5th out of 15 students in the FFA Creed Speaking CDE at Marissa.
Congratulations to the JV & Varsity Lady Hawks on their win over Alton Marquette. The Hawks take on Steeleville tonight at home. JV begins at 5:00 with Varsity following.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17
SERVICE HOUR OPPORTUNITY:
The Mother’s Club Rummage Sale is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, April 2nd & 3rd. Help is needed with the organization of donations Monday-Friday that week, and during the sale on Friday and Saturday. This is a good opportunity for students to earn service hours. Please come to the front office to sign up for a shift if you are able to work.
TUESDAY, MARCH 16
DRESS DOWN DAY:
Tomorrow will be a St. Patrick’s dress down day. Bring in a handful of change and wear green. The proceeds will go to a member of our Gibault community battling the lasting effects of Covid.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3
There will be a meeting on Thursday, March 4th at 3:10pm in the library for anyone who is interested in being on the track team. If you are planning to participate, or just want more information on the track program, please plan on attending the meeting on Thursday right after school in the library.
MONDAY, MARCH 1
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
Thanks to all who turned in your permission slip and payment for Saturday’s Mystery Day. If you forgot it today, please bring it tomorrow. There is still room for a few more if you would like to join us! Just let Ande Grohmann know.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Auditions for Little Women, the Musical, will be Monday, March 1st right after school in the auditorium. The dates for the musical are April 22-25.
Email MaryBeth with questions or audition conflicts at firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, March 7th, we will be taking down the set in the auditorium from 1-4. Service hours will be available.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
Congratulations to the Varsity Scholar Bowl team for winning their first match against Breese Central! Gibault scored 160 to Central’s 110. The JV team lead the first half but then fell by the score of 220 to 120. The 4 person freshman team lead the whole game, ending in a final score of 170 to 70.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24
Mrs. Kovarik still has spots available for the Friday’s Talent Show. Sign up and show us your special talent! Nervous about doing it alone? – get some friends to perform with you! Let’s make this a fun event celebrating our Gibault school spirit.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
Thanks to all who signed up for the March Mystery Day. We have extended the sign up due to the weather. If you are still interested in joining us, please sign up by the end of the day today. Watch your emails for permissions slips and other important information.
Attention all students and staff. . .Our next before-school service is this Tuesday, February 23, in the Chapel. It will be a mas with Fr Nick Fleming and it starts at 7:00am. All students and staff are invited and encouraged to come! Coffee and donuts will again be provided for all who attend. God is good! All the time!
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18
Hawks beat Wood River 55-51. Ryan Bollinger hit some big FTs down the stretch and scored 22 points. Owen Scherff held their leading scorer to 2 points. JV and Frosh also won. Hudson Blank had 15 points in the Frosh game and Gavin Kesler had 16 points and 12 rebounds.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12
Girls’ basketball lost a close one to Althoff last night by a score of 51-47. Maddie Davis had a double-double, Kailynne Small had five 3’s, and the whole team played a tough defensive game! The Lady Hawks are back in action Tuesday night at home.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11
There will be a meeting today at 3:00 in the cafeteria for anyone who is interested in participating on the girls soccer team. If you have any questions please speak with Mr. Montgomery.
Congratulations to the Lady Hawks basketball team on their 51-48 victory last night over the Roxana Shells. Maddie Davis led the Hawks with 26 points. Kailynne Smalls turned in a nice performance contributing 8 points and solid ball handling in the team’s victory. Nice job Hawks!
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
Gibault’s first annual March Mystery Day is scheduled for Saturday, March 6th. Get ready for a whole day of fun and surprises. Spaces are limited to the first 40 people who sign up. Please sign up in the school office by Friday.
This Friday we will celebrate Valentine’s Day with a dress down day to support Life Network. Wear something red, bring a handful of change and save a life!
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
The Gibault Students for Life is sponsoring a “Mystery Day” on Saturday, March 6th. We need a minimum of 20 people. Sign up sheet and details are in the office.
Looking for a sweet treat for your Valentine? The Gibault Women’s Club is selling cookies, brownies, and Rice Krispie treats. Order forms are in the office. Orders are due by tomorrow and will be available in homeroom next Friday.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
The Gibault Students for Life club will meet this Wednesday at 7:45 in the cafeteria. Sign up for our Mystery Day planned for March 6th. We will also be making Valentine cards for the clients at Life Network. Breakfast food will be provided, please bring your own drink.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27
Our men’s and women’s bowling season is finally getting ready to start back up. If you plan to be part of the bowling team please come to the office and sign in so that we know for sure who will be bowling. The bowling program is looking for students who want to learn, work hard, and have fun. If you’d like to be a member of the team, come sign up. You’ll be glad you did!
Sign up in Mrs. Kovarik’s room if you would like to participate in the talent show.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19
LAW ENFORCEMENT DRILL:
This is an important announcement so please listen carefully! At some point this afternoon the school will conduct a law enforcement drill. Mr. Montgomery will get on the intercom and announce that the drill is beginning. When you hear this announcement students will have a couple of minutes to get to a secure location. This will most likely be a classroom, but it could be anywhere you are safe and behind locked doors; library, CLL, bathroom, an office, etc. When the drill starts, get to your location quickly and remain quiet until it is announced that the drill is over.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 14
Students – a couple of important reminders. The breakfast program is open from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM to all students who wish to eat in the morning. At 9:30 it returns to a Senior-only study area. After students have eaten they should return to one of the other designated study areas.
Also – as I walk the halls before school, I often tell students to maintain a safe distance while standing and sitting in the hallways. This is one of the primary guidelines in keeping everyone safe. As difficult as it is sometimes, the safe-social-distancing guidelines are still in place. This applies to the hallways in the mornings, the cafeteria lines, as well as entering and leaving classrooms. Always maintain a safe, social distance!
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9
Students – We are blessed with a beautiful day today, and many of us will be outside. This is a reminder that the patios are study areas. Students must be seated, and a minimum of six feet apart before masks are removed. With the exception of the Sr patio, cell phones may not be out. Our first priority is keeping our students and staff safe, and we will do that by following the guidelines in place regarding masks and keeping a safe distance.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18
We will celebrate Thanksgiving Mass with Bishop McGovern on Monday, November 23rd at 1:15pm. Students need to wear white oxfords for this mass.
DRESS DOWN DAY:
There will be a dress down day on Tuesday, November 24th. All donations will benefit breast cancer awareness.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12
Attention Freshmen and Sophomores – there is no eating on the patio. I addressed this a couple of times on Wednesday, so this is an additional reminder that food is not allowed on the patio areas.
The patios are outside study areas. When students enter the patio area, they must find a seat. There can be 4 to a table and 2 to a bench. When those areas are full students must move to a different, supervised study area. CLL in the auditorium, and the Library are both available.
And this is an important reminder to our students and staff that now, perhaps more than ever, we must ALL follow the guidelines to keep our campus safe and allow it to remain open. Masks must cover the nose and mouth and be on while in the building. Be aware of social distancing, and when outside we must all be a minimum of 6 feet from our classmates or teachers before masks can come down. We all have a role to play!
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10
In homeroom today you will be receiving your raffle tickets for Raffle Mania. Please take them home and give them to your parents. Inside you can see the new incentives for selling your tickets early and for selling more than the mandatory 10 tickets. Purchased tickets can be turned into the office.
DRESS DOWN DAY:
Student Council is sponsoring a dress down day tomorrow to raise money for Christmas gifts for local veterans. Bring in a handful of change to dress down.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2
Attention to those students who will be participating on the boys and girls bowling teams this winter. There will be a meeting today right after school with Coach Koeninger. If you cannot attend the meeting after school but plan on playing, please come to the front office and sign the bowling sheet.
It looks like God is giving us a beautiful sunny week, so students will be able to use the outdoor study areas for at least a little while longer. Remember students, you must be seated and at least six feet apart before removing your masks. With the exception of the senior patio phones cannot be out. They must be away.
COOPERATIVE LEARNING LAB:
Also today, CLL, the school’s cooperative learning lab, will reopen in the auditorium. It will look a bit different and for safety purposes desks cannot be moved. Reminder that when you are in CLL phones must be away, and students must use their two-foot voices while talking.
This announcement is for our students who leave campus on an early-release schedule after Mod N. Starting next Monday, November 9, if a student is failing a class they will not be eligible for an early release from school. If you have any questions please see either Mr. Montgomery or Mr. Kidd.
Freshmen Student Council elections will be this Wednesday during advisee homeroom.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30
The cafeteria will be closed today during QR. It is being cleaned for the open house on Sunday.
If you need service hours please see Mary Mueller today. We can use your help in getting our campus ready for open house, and you can earn service hours in the process. See Mary today!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29
Congratulations to Maliyah Phillips for making 1st team on the Metro East Golf All Area Team.
Freshmen student council applications are due tomorrow to Ms. Lansing or Mr. Kirkpatrick.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27
There will be a mandatory meeting with Jostens this Wednesday at 8:00am. Please be on time for this meeting. Contact Ms. Lansing with any questions.
Picture retakes will be Thursday morning, October 29th in the office conference room starting at 8:00 AM for students. Order forms are on the front counter in the office. If you have a picture package from the beginning of the school year, you may bring that in and exchange it for the same package for your retake.
Senior boys must wear a long-sleeved shirt and tie with uniform bottoms. Your shirts should be buttoned to the top, collars straight, and ties tied correctly. Senior girls can wear nice tops (no spaghetti straps or strapless tops) and uniform bottoms. All underclassmen may wear any appropriate top with uniform bottoms on that day.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 26
Congratulations to Brooke Biffar and Jackson Goedeke for advancing to the cross country sectional meet. They will run this Saturday at Althoff Catholic High School. Come out and support our Hawks!
Attention girls soccer. . .Anyone interested in playing girls soccer should attend a meeting with our new coach, Coach Reyes, on Tuesday (tomorrow) at 3:00 in the library.
Freshmen interested in running for student council should see Mr. Kirkpatrick or Ms. Lansing today.
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
The Gibault Students for Life will be delivering the baby bottle donations to Life Network on Friday. Please remember to bring loose change through the rest of the week to fill the bottles!
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21
All students are invited to attend the Critique club’s Halloween movie night tomorrow at 6pm in the auditorium. We will be showing Hocus Pocus and The Nightmare Before Christmas. We hope to see you there.
Freshmen interested in running for Student Council should see Mr. Kirkpatrick or Ms. Lansing today.
YOUNG WOMEN PROFESSIONALS CLUB:
The Young Women Professionals Club is sponsoring a drive next week in support of domestic Violence Awareness Month and the Violence Prevention Center of Southwest Illinois. All week, homerooms will be collecting items for the center’s Shelter Shop, which provides victims of domestic violence and their children with basic everyday items. These victims are forced to escape their homes and lack daily necessities like clothing, food, and toiletries. Please see the list of needed items that was sent out on Teacherease, and support these victims by showing them your generosity. We are Stronger Together when we lift up the vulnerable and downtrodden in our communities!
Picture retakes will be Thursday morning, October 29th in the office conference room. Order forms are on the front counter in the office. If you have a picture package from the beginning of the school year, you may bring that in and exchange it for the same package for your retake.
Senior boys must wear a long-sleeved shirt and tie with uniform bottoms. Your shirts should be buttoned to the top, collars straight, and ties tied correctly. Senior girls can wear nice tops (No spaghetti straps or strapless tops) and uniform bottoms. All underclassmen may wear any appropriate top with uniform bottoms on that day.
Please note that the group/organization pictures will be rescheduled for a later date.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 19
The sophomore class retreat is tomorrow! We leave right after homeroom. Permission slips were due last Friday. If you have a permission slip to turn in, please bring it to the main office right after announcements.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16
Congratulations to our cross county team on their performance last night. Paden Schultz finished in 5th place, Jackson Goedeke finished 2nd, and Brooke Biffar took 1st place. Way to go Hawks!
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15
All students who applied for National Honor Society as new members need to see Mrs. LeSaulnier ASAP for an important letter.
The next FCA meeting will be tomorrow, October 16th at 7:00pm at Grohmann’s Barn. Bring a flashlight for a planned activity. Come join in for some food, fun, & fellowship!
Last night, Aleaha Anderson competed in the Job Interview CDE. She was up against some tough competition and walked away with superb interviewing skills. She finished in 5th place. Nice job!
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14
Looking for service hours? The Gibault Students for Life club is hosting two events this weekend. Saturday, “Life is a Walk in the Park” from 10-12 at Lakeview Park in Waterloo and Sunday 40 Days for Life at Planned Parenthood in Fairview Heights (next to Lottawatta Creek). Sign up for an hour or more to stand vigil and pray. Sign up sheets are in the office. Please bring service hour forms with you to the event.
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
October is Respect Life month. We will be collecting loose change through the entire month for Life Network. Please put all donations in the baby bottle banks in each homeroom or in the school office. Thank you for your generous support!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13
Tomorrow is a Test Day. This is a regular start day. There will be no clubs. Please have #2 pencils and a calculator. You will be dismissed after the test. Gibault bus will run at 1:30. This will be a dress down day.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
Reminder to all athletes regarding the Athletic Departments NFL Sweepstakes Fundraiser. This is a long 4 day weekend, so get out there and sell your tickets. Your sold tickets, along with the money, are due when we get back to school on Tuesday, October 13.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7
Congratulations to the Boys Golf Team on their Regional Championship yesterday! Way to go Hawks!
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6
In tennis last night, the Lady Hawks beat East Alton Wood River by the score of 7-2. In singles, Maria Biske won at #2, Grace Busch won at #3, Sydney Simonton won at #5, and Addie Murphy won at #6. The Hawks closed out the evening by sweeping the double competition. The lady Hawks play cross town rival Waterloo this afternoon where we will recognize our senior players. This is a great opportunity to come out and show your support for your classmates.
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
The Gibault Students for Life meeting is tomorrow. Meet outside the main entrance at 7:45. Bring sidewalk chalk if you have anything to share! Breakfast will be provided!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2
Students – we need to do a better job of keeping the outdoor areas clean. Reminder, there is no eating on the patio, students may have water. If you want to keep the patios open you must keep them clean.
After announcements students will proceed to the gymnasium for a donut breakfast, courtesy of the Student Activities Board. Students can eat in the gym, the cafeteria, or their homeroom. Your masks will be off while you eat, so please do not form crowds and remember, stay one Monty apart. Enjoy your donuts this morning and thank you to our Student Activities Board!
STUDENTS FOR LIFE:
Students for Life will be collecting change for Life Network through the month of October, which is Respect for Life month. there will be a a baby bottle in each homeroom to drop in loose change you would like to donate.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1
Pat Smith, a long-time employee at Gibault, is in the hospital diagnosed with brain tumors. Doctors are performing tests this Friday. Please pray that the tumors are benign and that Pat is restored to good health. Please pray, too, for peace for Pat and her loved ones.
This is a reminder that your class fundraiser ends tomorrow, October 2nd. You can sell online or fill out the order form. There is also a buy out option. See Mrs. Lansing with questions.
Student Council is still selling face masks for $10 each. See Mr. Kirkpatrick or Ms. Lansing to purchase a mask.
The tickets for the Athletic Department fundraiser are in homerooms. If you will be playing a sport, including, cheerleading, you will be involved in this fundraiser. This fundraiser is over in 2 weeks, so get out there and sell those tickets. To quote Mr. O’Brien, due dates are closer than they appear.