Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
Line 1: Pasta with Homemade Meat Sauce
and a WG NY Bread Stick
Line 2: Pasta with Homemade Meat Sauce
and a WG NY Bread Stick
Line 3: Big Daddy Pizza
Grab & Go: Taco Salad w/Tortilla Chips
Sweet Green Peas
Mini Cinnamon Rolls
WG Banana Bread
Assorted Cereal Choices
Fresh or Diced Fruit or 100% Orange Juice
Sandwich of the Day: Sun Butter & Jelly
Salad of the Day: Taco Salad w/Tortilla Chips
And the winners for the Futuristic Art Contest are.....
1st Place: Whitnie Russell, 6th Grade
2nd Place: Alana Sengchanh, 6th Grade
3rd Place: Adrien Buhs, 6th Grade
Thank you to everyone who entered. Your artwork will be returned to you by your advisory teacher. Winners may pick up their prizes in the front office next week (Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday)
Hear Ye, Hear Ye
The Staff of our School hath received word that our school is in dire need of a Club for Gamers. This is a Proclamation, that your school has heard your decree and will act to rectify this grave misstep. Mr. Schluter of the 6th grade math department, hath started a Club of Games, that will be held every Tuesday from 3:15pm to 4:30pm in room 220. It is open to all students of the 6th, 7th, and 8th levels of grade.
If Thou Art interested in joining Yon Gamers Club, please write your name on the sign-up sheet located on Mr. Schluters Doo, room 220, or attend a session at your earliest convenience. Our first session of Games Club will occur on the eve of January the 29th, after school.
2019 Apollo Trap Team: There will be two information meetings you can attend (Grades 7-12) on February 5th at 7 pm @ Kennedy Community School OR on February 7th at 7 pm @ Apollo High School. Any questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Students, if you need cold-weather clothing (coats, hats, gloves, scarves), please see your grade level counselor.
**Just a reminder that yearbook prices go up this month-So Don't Delay! Order Today! (Currently $15.00, and goes to $20.00 after January 18th).
Pay cash or check in the office or online at:
Good morning, North Junior High. Here are a few words of wisdom.
It's been said that African-American writer and poet Richard Wright used his words to
fight against the hatred, racism, and poverty he grew up in. His life embodied these famous words:
The pen is mightier than the sword.*
We can all use our pens or computers as weapons against what we feel
is wrong in our world. We can write to school officials; we can write to our legislators;
we can write to our newspaper editors; we can share stories and write poems.
Today, remember this: You have the power to make a difference in the
world by simply pick. Make it a great day . . . or not. The choice is yours.