Seniors: Participating in the graduation ceremony is a privilege. If you have not taken care of your financial obligations, you will not be included in the ceremony. This includes:
– Class dues
– Art fees
– Book fees
– Shop fees
– Band fees
– Registration fees
Outstanding fees will be posted on the office window. If you have questions, please check with the office.
The following seniors need to get information to Sadie Sealey or Maddie Reimer for the slideshow:
Need Senior pic, baby pic, and future plans:
Need senior pic and future plans:
Need future plans:
Summer School for HS credit recovery and additional support will begin June 8th. Forms are in the office or found here. Sign up as soon as possible.
Visit the Fruit Cave in room 214 on Tuesdays and Thursdays during break to get a cup of delicious fruit! Please fill out a survey before taking any samples if you haven’t completed one already.
Students and staff please do not park by the tennis courts on Monday, May 22nd. Buses will be parking in this space for the track regionals. It will be coned off, for that purpose early Monday morning.
Any 8th-11th grade student wishing to participate in football next year should attend the meeting on Wednesday, May 24th in Mr. Vandervest’s room(room 103) during the morning break. If you can not attend the meeting, see Mr. Vandervest about the materials.
NWTC will be here for one last visit this year to help senior students finalize plans for starting school at NWTC next fall or begin the process of applying for high need programs for juniors. Students that should take advantage of this opportunity are:
• Students that still have items In Progress on their Application Checklists
• Students that have not signed up for a Registration Session
• Junior students interested in applying in fall for the following programs: Radiography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Gas Utility, or Electrical Power Distribution (Linesman)
• Any senior student that still needs to apply to NWTC
• Students that are unsure of what they may want to do next year and want to hear what NWTC can offer them.
Students should stop in the Board Room on Thursday, May 24th from 8:45-10:15. Please get permission from your teacher prior to stopping in.
If you are (even possibly) interested in taking a CAPP class next year, you MUST register this year. UW-Oshkosh will not accept late registrations! There is no charge to register.
Ms. Gould and Mr. Buczek will be doing registrations the week of May 30. Please see one of them for more information.
Spring Sports Awards Night will be held on June 6th starting at 6:30 p.m. in the Fulwiler Fieldhouse (the gym). No dinner will be served and Sports Boosters will provide light refreshments.
Interested in Nursing? Check out the week-long camp offered exclusively to high school students entering their junior or senior year. This camp, sponsored by Marian University, runs June 12-15, 2017, Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Participants are given a variety of hands-on opportunities to explore the nursing and health care professions. Take a step toward exploring careers in health care. Space is limited! Cost: $25 for the week. Check out https://www.marianuniversity.edu/admission-financial-aid/nurse-camp/ for more information.
Harbor Inn Motel in Algoma is currently hiring for the summer season and for weekends in the fall for house keeping positions. They will be opening for the season this Fri. May 12th. Applications can be picked up at the office or call Vicki Vollenweider at the Coho Motel in Kewaunee at 920 388 3565.
Terry Hannah at Stadium Diner is looking for someone to maintain the lawn at the diner and her personal home lawn throughout the summer, as well as do some one time yardwork. If you are interested, please contact Terry Hannah at (813)355-6242.
Service hour opportunity for anyone interested:
Rio Creek Fly-in
July 1st approximately 10am – 3pm
Help with game for kids.
Contact John Annoye 487-3487
Join the DATE group (Dating Abuse Teen Education)! Creating empowerment for healthy relationships. Summer date and time TBD. More information available in the high school office. Sponsored by Violence Intervention Project.
VIP is in search of volunteers for the following events:
Dairy Days Dash 5k Run/Walk Saturday, June 3rd 6:30am-11am
Luxemburg Community Center, 206 Maple St, Luxemburg, WI 54217 -We need 6-10 volunteers for the day before the event (Friday, June 2nd) , and the day of the event to do race-packet pick up, and registration tables
WI Farm Technology Days Tuesday, July 11th through Thursday, July 13th 8am-5pm
Ebert Enterprises, E5083 County Road K, Algoma, WI 54201
-We need 12 volunteers per day, each working a 4.5 hour shift staffing an Ice Cream food stand at this event. *Volunteers must be registered with an official Registration form to participate in this event!
VIP 3rd Annual Smokehouse Jamboree Tuesday, July 4th 11am-4pm
Barnsite Retreat and Events Center109 Duvall St, Kewaunee, WI 54216
-We need a wide variety of volunteers to staff everything from food stands to kid’s games. There are many different opportunities to get involved in this event.