Marion Co. Health & Human Services: No Confirmed Cases of Measles in Marion County | Servicios Humanos y de Salud del Condado de Marion: No se han presentado casos confirmados de sarampión en el Condado de Marion

Marion County Health & Human Services has asked us to share this information with you regarding a measles outbreak in Clark County, Washington.

“Due to the current measles outbreak investigation in Clark County, Washington, we’ve received numerous questions about the local county public health response in schools. Below (linked PDF), you’ll find a list of standard procedures related to communicable disease in educational and childcare settings. We’d like to remind everyone that there are currently no confirmed cases of measles in Marion County.”

Please see this information in PDF format for more details, visit the Marion County Health & Human Services website or call them at 503-588-5621.

Servicios Humanos y de Salud del Condado de Marion: No se han presentado casos confirmados de sarampión en el Condado de Marion

Acerca del sarampión:

  • El sarampión es una enfermedad viral contagiosa que puede propagarse por el aire cuando una persona enferma con sarampión tose o estornuda. También puede propagarse por contacto directo con la secreción nasal y saliva de alguien enfermo con sarampión.
  • Los síntomas del sarampión comienzan con fiebre, tos, secreción nasal y ojos rojos, seguidos de una erupción roja que generalmente comienza en la cabeza o la cara y se extiende al resto del cuerpo.
  • Las personas son contagiosas con el sarampión durante cuatro días antes de que aparezca la erupción y hasta cuatro días después de que aparezca la erupción.
    Después de que una persona susceptible está expuesta al sarampión, los síntomas generalmente se desarrollan en 1 a 2 semanas, pero pueden desarrollar hasta 3 semanas.
  • Las complicaciones del sarampión incluyen infección del oído, infección pulmonar y, en casos raros, inflamación del cerebro.
  • Aproximadamente 1 de cada 1000 niños mueren de sarampión.
  • Cualquier persona que no sea inmune al sarampión y crea que tiene síntomas de sarampión debe comunicarse con su proveedor de atención médico o atención de urgencia por teléfono para hacer arreglos para evitar exponer a otros al virus.
  • Las personas se consideran inmunes al sarampión si se cumple alguna de las siguientes condiciones:
    • Usted es un niño en edad preescolar con al menos 1 año de edad con una vacuna contra el sarampión (MMR – sarampión, paperas, rubéola).
    • Usted es un niño en edad escolar actualmente en el grado K o superior o un adulto que ha recibido dos vacunas contra el sarampión (MMR – sarampión, paperas, rubéola).
    • Usted nació antes de 1957.
    • Ha tenido la enfermedad del sarampión (diagnosticada por un proveedor de atención médica y confirmada con una prueba de laboratorio).
  • Ha tenido un análisis de sangre que demuestra que es inmune al sarampión.
  • Cualquier persona que tenga preguntas sobre la infección por sarampión o la vacuna contra el sarampión debe llamar a su proveedor médico generalo al departamento de salud de su condado local:
    • Marion County Health & Human Services, 503-588-5621
  • Para mayor información:
    • Visite la página web de los Servicios Humanos y Salud del Condado del Marion: www.co.marion.or.us/HLT/Pages/Measles.aspx
    • Llamar 2-1-1 para obtener la información más reciente de la Autoridad de Salud de Oregón (OHA, por sus siglas en inglés) sobre el sarampión
2019-06-11T12:38:01-08:00January 30, 2019|

Announcements

Thursday 1/31/19:

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is TOMORROW. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

The food recycling program that we all participate in at lunch time, placing food scraps in the GREEN garbage can, is a district program that makes environmental sense, reducing the need for garbage waste and increasing revenue for the schools. When we don’t follow the disposal directions the scraps become garbage which adds a cost to the school and deprives us of funds. We must do better!

All boys interested in baseball this year, please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for Sprague Little League.  Signups are now open.

Wednesday: 1/30/19:

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is this Friday. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

We are half way done! Given that this is the middle point to the year, your teachers will be reminding you of their classroom expectations and reestablishing a classroom community. The school wide rules are designed to keep us safe and support the maintenance of a clean, academically focus environment. Please help us, by following the posted rules in the: Hallways, Commons, Bathrooms and Outside Area.

With the start of the new six weeks you should receive a new hall pass. When in the halls after the start of the class you should have the hall pass in your hand to be shown to staff upon request. In addition, all students are asked to sign out in the classroom.

If you have your hall pass from the 3rd 6 weeks’ period, turn it in at the circular desk to be eligible for the drawing, if you have at least one open slot. The drawing will be held TODAY during lunches.

The food recycling program that we all participate in at lunch time, placing food scraps in the GREEN garbage can, is a district program that makes environmental sense, reducing the need for garbage waste and increasing revenue for the schools. When we don’t follow the disposal directions the scraps become garbage which adds a cost to the school and deprives us of funds. We must do better!

All boys interested in baseball this year, please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for Sprague Little League.  Signups are now open.

Congratulations to all of the Crossler’s Wrestlers on their Impressive win Against Walker last night.   The Coed team beat Walker 84 to 12, and the girl’s team beat walker 30 to 6.    Good job Wrestlers.

 

Tuesday 1/29/19:

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is this Friday. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

We are half way done! Given that this is the middle point to the year, your teachers will be reminding you of their classroom expectations and reestablishing a classroom community. The school wide rules are designed to keep us safe and support the maintenance of a clean, academically focus environment. Please help us, by following the posted rules in the: Hallways, Commons, Bathrooms and Outside Area.

With the start of the new six weeks you should receive a new hall pass. When in the halls after the start of the class you should have the hall pass in your hand to be shown to staff upon request. In addition, all students are asked to sign out in the classroom.

If you have your hall pass from the 3rd 6 weeks’ period, turn it in at the circular desk to be eligible for the drawing, if you have at least one open slot. The drawing will be held TOMORROW during lunches.

The food recycling program that we all participate in at lunch time, placing food scraps in the GREEN garbage can, is a district program that makes environmental sense, reducing the need for garbage waste and increasing revenue for the schools. When we don’t follow the disposal directions the scraps become garbage which adds a cost to the school and deprives us of funds. We must do better!

All boys interested in baseball this year, please stop by the main office to pick up a flier for Sprague Little League.  Signups are now open.

 

Monday 1/28/19:

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is this Friday. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

We are half way done! Given that this is the middle point to the year, your teachers will be reminding you of their classroom expectations and reestablishing a classroom community. The school wide rules are designed to keep us safe and support the maintenance of a clean, academically focus environment. Please help us, by following the posted rules in the: Hallways, Commons, Bathrooms and Outside Area.

With the start of the new six weeks you should receive a new hall pass. When in the halls after the start of the class you should have the hall pass in your hand to be shown to staff upon request. In addition all students are asked to sign out in the classroom.

If you have your hall pass from the 3rd 6 weeks’ period, turn it in at the circular desk to be eligible for the drawing, if you have at least one open slot. The drawing will be held on Wed. during lunches.

Congratulations to both Coed and Girls Wrestling teams on their big win against Claggett Creek on Thursday night.   The Coed team beat Claggett Creek 70 to 23,   and Girls won 27-18.    Good job Croc Wrestlers!!

2019-01-31T11:43:17-08:00January 28, 2019|

Announcements

Thursday 1/24/19:

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is February 1st. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!

 

Wednesday 1/23/19:

The last day of the semester is fast approaching, with such excitement, also comes a spirit day! Tomorrow is Disney day! Dress in all of your Disney gear, with hats, shirts, whatever you have! Make all of our and your dreams come true, and have some fun celebrating in Disney style!

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is February 1st. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Good job to all Crossler Wrestlers last night against Straub.  Coed team won their meet 69-39. The girls lost 18-24.

 

Tuesday 1/22/19:

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you TOMORROW at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

Do you get popcorn at every opportunity and still have CROCS tickets left over?

Those CROCS tickets are more valuable than ever before.

For only 10 CROCS tickets you can buy a: Front of the Lunch Line Pass. With this pass you can skip to the front of the lunch line for a week. They will be collected on Friday after their use at lunch.

For 5 CROCS tickets you can sit back in a staff chair for a period. Instead of sitting on the benches at lunch you could use this pass to sit at the end the table. Do you want some elbow room at the next assembly, use it to purchase a staff chair for the assembly period. Participating teachers will let you be that special student, trading seats with you.

Buy them at the Student Store after school while they last!

The last day of the semester is fast approaching on Thursday, January 24th. With such excitement, also comes a spirit day! January 24th is Disney day! Dress in all of your Disney gear, with hats, shirts, whatever you have! Make all of our and your dreams come true, and have some fun celebrating in Disney style!

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is February 1st. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Great job Crossler Dance Team! If you are a member of the team please stand. This weekend the girls earned 2nd place in the large Jazz middle school category and well as 4 specialty awards!

Mallory Holland – earning an All Star Dancer Award

Amelie Raborn – earning an All Star Dancer Award

Esther Thao – earning a Drill Down Award

Elizabeth Mejia- earning a Drill Down Award

Crossler Dance Team wants to invite you all to their next competition February 23rd at Sprague High School 1pm – 3pm. Go Crocs!

2019-01-24T08:37:19-08:00January 22, 2019|

About the Boundary Adjustment Process

The district has created resources to help explain the boundary adjustment process. If adopted by the Salem-Keizer School Board on February 12, the proposed boundary adjustments would go into effect in Fall 2019.

Parents and guardians of students who could change schools because of boundary adjustment will receive a letter soon as firm information is available — prior to the Feb. 12 vote if possible, or immediately after the vote.

Here’s a timeline that describes what to expect, in English and Spanish. The boxes on the timeline include information about the process.

These resources on the district website show proposed changes.

2019-01-17T09:45:48-08:00January 17, 2019|

Announcements 1/14-1/19

Friday:

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you plan to attend Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or the Zone, and have not turned in your registration form yet, you need to do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. All clubs start this week with Chess Club on Monday and Wednesday until 3:30pm, Theater Club on Wednesday until 4pm, Go Creative Club on Thursday until 3:30pm and The Zone is Monday through Thursday until 4pm. To attend clubs you must have a ride or other means of transport home when your club ends, and your form must be turned into the front office.

Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

Try-outs for Pentagames are today after school.    7th and 8th graders who are interested in this year’s math competition need to attend try-outs on one of these days from 2:40pm to 3:30pm in room 215 with Mrs. Shephard. Space is limited on Pentagame teams, and you must attend one of the try-outs in order to be considered.

Do you get popcorn at every opportunity and still have CROCS tickets left over?

Those CROCS tickets are more valuable than ever before.

For only 10 CROCS tickets you can buy a: Front of the Lunch Line Pass. With this pass you can skip to the front of the lunch line for a week. They will be collected on Friday after their use at lunch.

For 5 CROCS tickets you can sit back in a staff chair for a period. Instead of sitting on the benches at lunch you could use this pass to sit at the end the table. Do you want some elbow room at the next assembly, use it to purchase a staff chair for the assembly period. Participating teachers will let you be that special student, trading seats with you.

Buy them at the Student Store after school while they last!

The last day of the semester is fast approaching on Thursday, January 24th. With such excitement, also comes a spirit day! January 24th is Disney day! Dress in all of your Disney gear, with hats, shirts, whatever you have! Make all of our and your dreams come true, and have some fun celebrating in Disney style!

Attention 8th grade students, the deadline to sign up for the 8th grade east coast trip is February 1st. Students need to get an informational packet from Ms. Kasler before signing up. We want you to join us on a trip of a lifetime!

Yearbooks pre-sale have now begun!  If you purchase your yearbook before Spring Break, it will cost you, $17.  After Spring Break the price goes up to $20.  So stop by the Main Office and pay for yours today!!!!

Congratulations to Jack Nelson for winning Crossler’s Geography Bee! Jack will now take the qualifying test to see if he competes in the Oregon State Geography Bee in early spring.

 

Thursday:

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you plan to attend Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or the Zone, and have not turned in your registration form yet, you need to do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. All clubs start this week with Chess Club on Monday and Wednesday until 3:30pm, Theater Club on Wednesday until 4pm, Go Creative Club on Thursday until 3:30pm and The Zone is Monday through Thursday until 4pm. To attend clubs you must have a ride or other means of transport home when your club ends, and your form must be turned into the front office.

Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

Try-outs for Pentagames are this Friday after school.    7th and 8th graders who are interested in this year’s math competition need to attend try-outs on one of these days from 2:40pm to 3:30pm in room 215 with Mrs. Shephard. Space is limited on Pentagames teams, and you must attend one of the try-outs in order to be considered.

Do you get popcorn at every opportunity and still have CROCS tickets left over?

Those CROCS tickets are more valuable than ever before.

For only 10 CROCS tickets you can buy a: Front of the Lunch Line Pass. With this pass you can skip to the front of the lunch line for a week. They will be collected on Friday after their use at lunch.

For 5 CROCS tickets you can sit back in a staff chair for a period. Instead of sitting on the benches at lunch you could use this pass to sit at the end the table. Do you want some elbow room at the next assembly, use it to purchase a staff chair for the assembly period. Participating teachers will let you be that special student, trading seats with you.

Buy them at the Student Store after school while they last!

 

Wednesday:

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you plan to attend Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or the Zone, and have not turned in your registration form yet, you need to do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. All clubs start this week with Chess Club on Monday and Wednesday until 3:30pm, Theater Club on Wednesday until 4pm, Go Creative Club on Thursday until 3:30pm and The Zone is Monday through Thursday until 4pm. To attend clubs you must have a ride or other means of transport home when your club ends, and your form must be turned into the front office.

Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

Try-outs for Pentagames are this week on Wednesday and Friday after school.    7th and 8th graders who are interested in this year’s math competition need to attend try-outs on one of these days from 2:40pm to 3:30pm in room 215 with Mrs. Shephard. Space is limited on Pentagame teams, and you must attend one of the try-outs in order to be considered.

Do you get popcorn at every opportunity and still have CROCS tickets left over?

Those CROCS tickets are more valuable than ever before.

For only 10 CROCS tickets you can buy a: Front of the Lunch Line Pass. With this pass you can skip to the front of the lunch line for a week. They will be collected on Friday after their use at lunch.

For 5 CROCS tickets you can sit back in a staff chair for a period. Instead of sitting on the benches at lunch you could use this pass to sit at the end the table. Do you want some elbow room at the next assembly, use it to purchase a staff chair for the assembly period. Participating teachers will let you be that special student, trading seats with you.

Buy them at the Student Store after school while they last!

 

Tuesday:

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you plan to attend Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or the Zone, and have not turned in your registration form yet, you need to do so AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. All clubs start this week with Chess Club on Monday and Wednesday until 3:30pm, Theater Club on Wednesday until 4pm, Go Creative Club on Thursday until 3:30pm and The Zone is Monday through Thursday until 4pm. To attend clubs you must have a ride or other means of transport home when your club ends, and your form must be turned into the front office.

Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

Try-outs for Pentagames are this week on Wednesday and Friday after school.    7th and 8th graders who are interested in this year’s math competition need to attend try-outs on one of these days from 2:40pm to 3:30pm in room 215 with Mrs. Shephard. Space is limited on Pentagame teams, and you must attend one of the try-outs in order to be considered.

Do you get popcorn at every opportunity and still have CROCS tickets left over?

Those CROCS tickets are more valuable than ever before.

For only 10 CROCS tickets you can buy a: Front of the Lunch Line Pass. With this pass you can skip to the front of the lunch line for a week. They will be collected on Friday after their use at lunch.

For 5 CROCS tickets you can sit back in a staff chair for a period. Instead of sitting on the benches at lunch you could use this pass to sit at the end the table. Do you want some elbow room at the next assembly, use it to purchase a staff chair for the assembly period. Participating teachers will let you be that special student, trading seats with you.

Buy them at the Student Store after school while they last!

 

Monday:

Congratulations to Ireland Schutz for submitting the correct answer of “Louisiana” for Friday’s question. The participants are all set for the Crossler Geography Bee! The winner of Crossler’s Bee will try to qualify for the Oregon State Geography Bee in March! Representing the 8th grade is Gwen Duncan and Quentin Sadler. Representing 7th grade is Jack Nelson, Darius Yehnert, and Alli Burnham. Representing the 6th grade is Ruben Polkhovskiy, Owen Zerr, and Bella Terzenbach. Crossler’s Geography Bee will be Wednesday, January 16th at 3:00. Participants need to report to the commons by 2:50. Good luck to each of you!

 

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

 

If you are interested in joining Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or The Zone be sure to pick up a packet in the front office and return it this week to save your spot! Chess Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays until 3:30pm, Go Creative Club will be on Thursdays until 3:30pm, and Theater Club will be on Wednesdays until 4pm. All clubs start next week, and you must have your registration form turned in to participate!

 

Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

 

Congratulations to the following students on making it into the All- City Honor Band

Narisa Ebersole

Madeline Zink

Tucker Piper

Darius Yehnert

And Kevin Millberg

 

Try-outs for Pentagames are this week on Wednesday and Friday after school.    7th and 8th graders who are interested in this year’s math competition need to attend try-outs on one of these days from 2:40pm to 3:30pm in room 215 with Mrs. Shephard. Space is limited on Pentagames teams, and you must attend one of the try-outs in order to be considered.

2019-01-22T07:54:37-08:00January 14, 2019|

Announcements January 7th-11th

Friday:

If you would still like to sign up for wrestling TODAY is the last day to turn in your packet.  We have some available in the office if you need one.

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Congratulations to Bella Blea for submitting the correct answer of “Wisconsin” for yesterday’s question.  Come see Mr. Matot for your prize.

Today’s question is from the strange but true category as well. “Did you know it takes about 90 days for a drop of water to travel the length of the Mississippi River?  The Mississippi River starts in Minnesota and flows 2,340 miles south to its outlet in which state- Louisiana or South Carolina?” Submit your answer to the office for your chance to win!

Submit your answer to the office for a chance to win a prize.

Congrats to for winning Wednesday’s question.  Please stop by Mr. Matot’s room for your prize.

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you are interested in joining Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or The Zone be sure to pick up a packet in the front office and return it this week to save your spot! Chess Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays until 3:30pm, Go Creative Club will be on Thursdays until 3:30pm, and Theater Club will be on Wednesdays until 4pm. All clubs start next week, and you must have your registration form turned in to participate!

“Attention OBOBers! There are currently five registered teams; “Nerd Herd”, “Olympians”, “Team Name”, “The Bookworms” and “Sugar Rush Readers”. If you haven’t already, you need to meet with your team to select your books and start scheduling practice battles. The library is open after school for OBOB practice until 3:15. Team Captains, make sure that all members of your team have turned in their permission slips. Battles will start at the end of January! See Mr. Schaeffer for more details.

Just a reminder, that we WILL have school on Monday the 14th.  There is a typo in your planner.

Thursday:

If you would still like to sign up for wrestling, you have until TOMORROW to turn in your packet.  We have some available in the office if you need one.

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Congratulations to Nathan Tesfu for submitting the correct answer of “Asia” for yesterday’s question.  Come see Mr. Matot for your prize.

“Today’s question is weird but true… Did you know the world’s largest toilet paper pyramid was made up of 25,585 rolls? The pyramid was built in Appleton, north of Milwaukie, in which state- Wisconsin or Illinois?” Submit your answer to the office for your chance to win!

 

Submit your answer to the office for a chance to win a prize.

Congrats to for winning Wednesday’s question.  Please stop by Mr. Matot’s room for your prize.

 

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

 

If you are interested in joining Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or The Zone be sure to pick up a packet in the front office and return it this week to save your spot! Chess Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays until 3:30pm, Go Creative Club will be on Thursdays until 3:30pm, and Theater Club will be on Wednesdays until 4pm. All clubs start next week, and you must have your registration form turned in to participate!

 

Just a reminder, that we WILL have school on Monday the 14th.  There is a typo in your planner.

Wednesday:

If you would still like to sign up for wrestling, you have until Friday to turn in your packet.  We have some available in the office if you need one.

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon.

Today’s question-

“The Indus River forms a wide delta near its mouth at the Arabian Sea on which continent- Asia or Africa?

Submit your answer to the office for a chance to win a prize.

Congrats to Athan Tam for winning Monday’s question.  Please stop by Mr. Matot’s room for your prize.

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you are interested in joining Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or The Zone be sure to pick up a packet in the front office and return it this week to save your spot! Chess Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays until 3:30pm, Go Creative Club will be on Thursdays until 3:30pm, and Theater Club will be on Wednesdays until 4pm. All clubs start next week, and you must have your registration form turned in to participate!

Tuesday:

If you would still like to sign up for wrestling, you have until Friday to turn in your packet.  We have some available in the office if you need one.

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Which state has more lakes- Minnesota or Nebraska? Submit your answer to the office for your chance to win!.  Congrats to Carter Janes for winning last Friday’s question.  Please stop by Mr. Matot’s room for your prize.

The first Semester is quickly coming to an end. The semester grades are the most critical grades, for determining academic progress. This is the time to evaluate your academic, and life goals. Decide what grades you want, then work, work hard to achieve them!

I hope to see you on Wednesday 1/23, at the end of 7th period, for a celebration for those students that have all assignments turned in.

If you are interested in joining Chess Club, Go Creative Club, Theater Club, or The Zone be sure to pick up a packet in the front office and return it this week to save your spot! Chess Club will be on Mondays and Wednesdays until 3:30pm, Go Creative Club will be on Thursdays until 3:30pm, and Theater Club will be on Wednesdays until 4pm. All clubs start next week, and you must have your registration form turned in to participate!

The student store will be closed today. It will reopen tomorrow (Wednesday).

 

Monday:

Wrestling starts today!  All wrestlers dress down and then meet your coaches in the main gym.

The Geo Bee is coming! Listen to the announcements for more details coming soon. Which state has more lakes- Minnesota or Nebraska? Submit your answer to the office for your chance to win!.  Congrats to Carter Janes for winning last Friday’s question.  Please stop by Mr. Matot’s room for your prize.

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