November 1, 2018

The skill of the week is How to Apologize.

 

This is Red Ribbon Week – Oct 29 – Nov 2.  The daily themes for this week are:

Thursday                               Lei off drugs.  Wear floral or Hawaiian gear.

Friday                                     Drugs are wacky!  Stay drug free!  Wacky hair or hats, wacky outfits, wacky socks, mismatched shoes.

Arts & Humanities Open House

Interested in a unique and challenging high school experience?  Arts & Humanities invites you to come to their Open House on Thursday, November 8 from 6-7 p.m.  Meet teachers and students, take a tour, and ask questions.  Visiting is a great opportunity to see in-depth everything Arts & Humanities has to offer you.   Please call Bobbi at 402-436-1785 with any questions.

SFP Open House

Are you or someone you know interested in attending Science Focus Program?  The Science Focus Program Open House/Informational Night for prospective students will be held on Wednesday Nov. 7th in the lower level of Camelot Commons at the Lincoln Children’s Zoo:

First session 6:00-7:00 PM                  Second Session  7:00-8:00 pm

Please call Amy at 402.436.1780 with any questions.

 

Any 8th grader interested in having a READ poster made can pick up an application from their English teacher or the library.  Applications are due back to Mrs. Cejda by Tuesday Nov. 20.

 

Students, the weather is changing and recess will be outside most of the time. Please be sure to wear weather appropriate clothing to school. This means, sweatshirts, coats, long pants, hats and mittens are great items to bring to school when it’s cold outside!

 

The Irving Recreation Center will be closed on Tuesday, November 6 – Election Day.  Please make other arrangements during the after school time.

Tuesday, November 6 – Election Day.  There will be no after school program as the rec. enter is a polling location. School is in session this day.  Please make arrangements to pick up your student at dismissal. 

 

Tulip Announcement

Have you or a loved one been affected by drugs and/or alcohol.  Next week for Red Ribbon Week we will be selling Tulip Bulbs as the Plant the Promise to Stay Drug Free Week also takes place.  Several things will happen when you buy a bulb- first- You can dedicate it in memory of someone or you can dedicate it to someone who has survived and overcome an addiction. Second, the money we raise will be donated to St. Monica’s Rehabilitation Center a non-profit organization that empowers women to overcome substance abuse..  Finally, you get to help make Irving beautiful in the spring time when our gorgeous tulips will bloom! Each tulip will cost $1.00 and we will plant them after school on Friday. We have 200 Tulip bulbs and would love to be able to donate $200 to the St. Monica’s Rehabilitation Center.