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Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, September 20, 2019

LUNCH:

Pepperoni French Break Pizza, Colored Peppers, fruit & milk
Alternate: Mini Cheeseburgers or Taco Salad



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Kristo is in for Mrs. Frisk today
Mrs. Weed is in for Ms. Wilber today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Koskinen today
Mrs. Wightman is in for Mr. Jacobson 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

**Please return all completed enrollment forms to school with your student as quickly as possible. This helps us update our computer system with accurate information** Thank you.

Teachers and Students: There will be an Assembly TODAY at 9:35 a.m. The Assembly will last around 25 minutes and students will be expected to report to their 3rd Hour class as normal.

Attention, 7th grade student class officers! Mrs. Belanger with like to meet with you on Monday, September 23rd to talk about homecoming. Please, come down after attendance during 6th hour Study Skills. She is in room 317, next to Mr. Moore's room.

Any juniors or seniors that want to play Powderpuff or Volleybuff for homecoming MUST have a permission slip filled out and returned before they can play in the games. Permission slips can be picked up from and returned to Mrs. Knisely.

There is a sign up sheet in the High School Office for any high school students that are interested in joining the Robotics Team. Meetings are on Wednesdays after school for now.

Homecoming Themes - Music Genres: Seniors-Rock, Juniors-Disco, Sophomores-HipHop, Freshman-Country, 8th Grade-Pop, 7th Grade-Techno/Electric Dance, 6th Grade-Lullabies

Homecoming Activities:
Monday - Moonlight Monday, Pajama Day
VolleyBuff Game -7:30 p.m.
Tuesday - Fancy, Dress to Impress
Wednesday - Let’s Get Physical, Sport your 80’s workout gear
Powderpuff Game — 6:00 p.m.
Bonfire to follow game (Only Students in Grades 9-12 are allowed to participate) ends at 9:30 p.m.
Thursday — Theme Day, Dress to represent the musical genre for your class
Friday — Our House, Wear your Purple and White
Assembly during 7th Hour
Parade — 4:30 p.m.
Football Game — 7:00 p.m.
Dance — 9:00 p.m.

There is a sign-up sheet in the High School Office for baseball and softball. Please stop by and sign up if you are interested in playing in the spring.

Picture day will take place on Tuesday, September 24th. Picture packets to be picked up from your English teachers.

September 24th Picture Schedule:
6TH GRADE: 8:30: A — L, 8:45: M — Z
7TH GRADE: 9:00: A — L, 9:15: M - Z
8TH GRADE: 9:25: A — L, 9:40: M - Z
9TH GRADE: 9:55: A — L, 10:10: M — Z
10TH GRADE: 10:20: A — L, 10:35: M — Z
11TH GRADE: 10:50: A — L, 11:05: M - Z

ATHLETICS:

Friday: Varsity football @ Munising 7:00- dismissal 2:30
Saturday: Varsity volleyball @ Crystal Falls 10:00 AM
Freshman VB @ Hancock 9:00 AM

LOST & FOUND

Lost Keys: If a set of 3 keys on a keyring is found, please bring them to the High School Office. Thank you.
Found: A pair of earrings were found in Mrs. Wilder’s classroom. Please come to claim in the High School Office if you lost yours.

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings are held Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office

REMINDERS:

Hockey Players: Ages 4-18 interested in playing hockey this upcoming season. Keweenaw Bay Hockey registration is Monday, Sept. 23rd from 6-8 p.m. at Baraga Rink.

Yearbooks are available for pick up and purchase in the Yearbook room (325) on the third floor during fifth hour only. If you didn't get a yearbook and need to purchase one, they are $40.

Juniors and Seniors:
Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with the following admissions officers
Oct. 9th at 11:15 Lake Superior State
Oct 17th at 8:15 Central Michigan University
Nov 5th at 1:30 University of Wisconsin Superior

Juniors and Seniors:
Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to take the ASVAB October 22nd hours 1-4

Juniors:
Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to take the PSAT/NMSQT on October 16th hour 1-4

TUTORING:

-Jr. High Tutoring: Monday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz Room 302
-High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore Room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Ms. Wilber Room 304

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

COMMUNITY NEWS:

UPCOMING EVENTS:

-Monday, October 7th - Progress Report Distribution 1
-Friday, October 11th - No Classes (Teacher In-Service)
-Thursday, November 7th - ½-Day of School — Dismissal at 11:55 a.m. (Hours 1,2,3,4)
*Parent/Teacher Conferences 12:30-3:30 & 4:00-7:00 p.m.
-Friday, November 8th - End of First Marking Period
-Friday, November 15th - No Classes
-November 27,28,29th - Thanksgiving Break (School & Offices Closed)

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, September 6, 2019

LUNCH:

WG Cheese Pizza, tossed salad w/spinach, fruit & milk
Alternate: Pretzels & Cheese



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Monday, 9/9, we will have sport pictures. Packets will be handed out by Coaches or Mr. Voskuhl. The schedule is as follows:

1:45 JH bball- dismiss 1:30
2:00 All Volleyball and Cheer- dismiss 1:45
2:15- JH football- dismiss 2:00
2:30- JV and Varsity football- dismiss 2:15

Yearbooks are available for pick up and purchase in the yearbook room (325) on the third floor during fifth hour only. If you didn't get a yearbook and need to purchase one, they are $40.

There will be a student council meeting at lunch on Monday 9/9 in Mrs. Knisely's classroom.

ATHLETICS:

Friday, September 6th:
-Varsity Football @ Houghton 7:00 p.m.

LOST & FOUND

CLUB NEWS:

REMINDERS:

**Please return all completed enrollment forms to school with your student as quickly as possible. This helps us update our computer system with accurate information** Thank you.

Picture day will take place on Tuesday, September 24th. Picture packets to follow.

If you are interested in joining football cheerleading this year, be sure to sign up with Ms. Wilber in Room 304. We will be practicing this week after school Wednesday and Thursday and cheering at the Varsity games. Practice schedules for the remainder of the season will be handed out at practice this week. You must have a physical on file in order to participate. This is the last week to signup, so please be sure to ask Ms. Wilber any questions you may have.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Monday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday


JOB OPPORTUNITIES

COMMUNITY NEWS:


UPCOMING EVENTS:

-Monday, October 7th - Progress Report Distribution 1
-Friday, October 11th - No Classes (Teacher In-Service)
-Thursday, November 7th - ½-Day of School — Dismissal at 11:55 a.m. (Hours 1,2,3,4)
*Parent/Teacher Conferences 12:30-3:30 & 4:00-7:00 p.m.
-Friday, November 8th - End of First Marking Period
-Friday, November 15th - No Classes
-November 27,28,29th - Thanksgiving Break (School & Offices Closed)

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, Coleslaw, Corn Muffins, fruit & milk



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

WELCOME BACK — LET’S ALL MAKE THIS SCHOOL YEAR THE BEST WE CAN!!

High School Schedule changes:
Tuesday: NO schedule changes on Tuesday
Wednesday: Morning: Seniors
Afternoon: Juniors
Thursday: Morning: Sophomores
Afternoon: Freshman

If you are interested in joining football cheerleading this year, be sure to sign up with Ms. Wilber in Room 304. We will be practicing this week after school Wednesday and Thursday and cheering at the game Thursday night. Practice schedules for the remainder of the season will be handed out at practice this week. You must have a physical on file in order to participate. This is the last week to signup, so please be sure to ask Ms. Wilber any questions you may have.

ATHLETICS:

Tuesday, September 3rd:
• Freshman Girls Volleyball vs Calumet @ Home 4:30 p.m.
• JV and Varsity Girls Volleyball vs Lake Linden @ Home 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 5th:
• JV and Varsity Girls Volleyball @ Westwood 5:30 and 6:30 p.m.
• JV Football vs. Houghton @ Home 6:30 p.m.

Friday, September 6th:
• Varsity Football @ Houghton 7:00 p.m.

LOST & FOUND

CLUB NEWS:

REMINDERS:

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Monday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday


JOB OPPORTUNITIES

COMMUNITY NEWS:

UPCOMING EVENTS:

• Monday, October 7th - Progress Report Distribution 1
• Friday, October 11th - No Classes (Teacher In-Service)
• Thursday, November 7th - ½-Day of School — Dismissal at 11:55 a.m. (Hours 1,2,3,4)
*Parent/Teacher Conferences 12:30-3:30 & 4:00-7:00 p.m.
• Friday, November 8th - End of First Marking Period
• Friday, November 15th - No Classes
• November 27,28,29th - Thanksgiving Break (School & Offices Closed)

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, May 2, 2019

LUNCH:

Sloppy Joes on WG Bun, Green Beans, fruit & milk


Alternate: Mozzarella Sticks or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Wightman is in for Mr. Jacobson 3rd Hour today
Ms. Wilder is a rotating teacher during 3rd Hour today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention, International Travel Club students! Turn in your two black and white copies of your passport no later than
Friday,May 10th to Mrs. Belanger. Stop by her classroom or put them in her mailbox!

Lost and Found: Students who went on the college trip, there was a wallet turned into the High School Office.
If you are missing yours, please stop by to claim.

Sport pictures will be held May 16th at 12:30.

Seniors: the following senior favorite pictures will be taken on Wednesday, May 1 during fourth hour.

Best Eyes, Most Likely to be Late for Graduation, Most Contagious Laugh, Worst Case of Senioritis, Most Likely to Stay, Most Outgoing, Soft-spoken, Best Comebacks, Most Likely to Leave, Most likely to trip at graduation, Best shoulder to cry on, School Spirit, and Most opinionated. The lists are posted on the first and second floor.

The following senior favorite pictures will be taken on Friday, May 3 during fourth hour:

Most Iconic Cars, Best Driver, Worst Driver.

Athletics: Thursday - Softball and baseball dismiss players @ 2:45
Friday - Varsity track dismiss team @ 1:15
The track meet originally scheduled for May 9th is now May 10th in Negaunee.

STING DING 2019 - April 29 thru May 3
Spirit Days:
• Thursday- Purple and White Day
o Softball vs. Iron Mountain @ HOME
o Baseball vs. Negaunee @ HOME
• Friday- Yooper Day
o Community Picnic — 4:30-5
o Baseball vs. Softball Scrimmage - 5:30
• Saturday- Prom

Job opportunities:

o MDOT ages 16 and up www.michigan.gov/mdot-ydmp
o Baraga County Road Commission ages 18 and up. pick up application from commission
o Baraga State Park ages 18 and up: Application can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz
o Camp Counselor

KBIC students and descendants ages 14-17 interested in Summer Youth jobs, applications are available in Shellie's room.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 30th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Thursday, May 2nd . If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, April 25, 2019

LUNCH:

BBQ Pulled Pork on WG Bun, Corn, fruit & milk


Alternate: Baked Potato or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Belanger today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mr. Jacobson 6th Hour today
Ms. Kissel is out today
Mrs. Philip is in for Mrs. Frisk today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

KBIC students and descendants ages 14-17 interested in Summer Youth jobs, applications are available in Shellie's room.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The competition for this Saturday, April 27th is canceled due to low participation. Please, turn in your fudge money no later than Friday May 3rd. Sell all that you have left! Thanks, Mrs. Belanger

National Honor Society is collecting books to donate to the public library until April 26th. You can drop your books off in Ms. Belej's room, outside the high school office, or down at Pizza Shack.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.
Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 23th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 25th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

LUNCH:

Ravioli, Green Beans, dinner roll, fruit & milk


Alternate: Hot Ham & Cheese on a Kaiser Roll or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Ms. Poniatowski today
Mrs. Wilder is in for Mr. Meleen 3rd Hour today
Mrs. Schneider is out 7th Hour today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Moore 1st -4th Hours today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Jacobson 5th-7th Hours today
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. Knisely 1st and 2nd Hour today
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mr. Jacobson 3rd-4th Hours today
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. LaFave 5-7th Hours today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Athletics:

Softball and baseball @ HOME- Dismiss students 2:45
Track @ NMU- students will go to lunch and not return- bus leaves at 12:30

KBIC students and descendants ages 14-17 interested in Summer Youth jobs, applications are available in Shellie's room.

Attention, quiz bowlers! Be in front of the school this Saturday no later than 7:30 a.m. to go to NMU for the last competition of the year! We will be back before 5 p.m. Pizza for lunch will be provided. Also, turn in your fudge money this week.

National Honor Society is collecting books to donate to the public library until April 26th. You can drop your books off in Ms. Belej's room, outside the high school office, or down at Pizza Shack.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.
Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 18th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 23rd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

LUNCH:

Deluxe Nachos (meat, refried beans, romaine, cheese), Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Corn Dogs or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Ms. Budweg 1-4th Hours today
Mrs. Weed is in for Mr. Kimewon 2nd Hour today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Wightman today
Mrs. Evans is in for Mrs. Turpeinen Hours 1-4 Today
Mrs. Turpeinen is out today
Ms. Belej is in for Mr. Kimewon 3rd Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention, quiz bowlers! Be in front of the school this Saturday no later than 7:30 a.m. to go to NMU for the last competition of the year! We will be back before 5 p.m. Pizza for lunch will be provided. Also, turn in your fudge money this week.

National Honor Society is collecting books to donate to the public library until April 26th. You can drop your books off in Ms. Belej's room, outside the high school office, or down at Pizza Shack.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due TODAY, April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 18th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 23rd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, April 18, 2019

LUNCH:

Quesadillas, Black Bean Salsa, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cold Ham & Cheese Sandwich or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. LaFave is in for Mr. Meleen 1st Hour today
Mrs. Laux is in for Mr. Jacobson 1st Hour today
Mrs. Belanger is in for Mr. Jacobson 6th Hour today
Mr. Moore is in for Mrs. Wilder 6th Hour today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mr. Augustine today
Ms. Webb is out today


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, April 18th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Reminder: There will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales end on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 16th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 18th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Tomato Soup, crackers, carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pockets or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Turpeinen 1st-4th Hours today
Ms. Webb is out today


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, April 18th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Reminder: There will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales end on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 16th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Thursday, April 18th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.
REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Tenders, Macaroni & Cheese, Green Beans, fruit & milk


Alternate: Egg Rolls or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Webb is out today
Ms. McCrum is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Camp Nesbit is looking for camp counselors from June 9-14 for cognitively impaired campers. Applications and job information can be picked up in Mrs. Grentz's office.

Reminder: There will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales end on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• Finlandia April 30th at 11:00
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 11th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 16th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.
There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Tuesday, May 21st: Senior Recognition Night 6:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, April 11, 2019

LUNCH:

Pasties, w/meat, potatoes, carrots, coleslaw, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pizza Sub or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Ms. Budweg 1st Hour
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely 2nd--3rd Hours
Mrs. Poniatowski is in for Mr. Moore 5th Hour today
Mrs. Weed is in for Ms. Budweg 5th-7th Hours today
Ms. McCrum is out today
Mrs. Beesley is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a senior class meeting on Monday, April 15th during lunch in the band room to discuss graduation. Please be there if you want any input.

Blood Drive on April 25th, 10:00-2:00 in the boardroom. HOSA members will begin signing up students and staff next week. Juniors, remember you can start donating so you have 5 units by next April and earn your red cords for graduation.

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales end on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 9th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 11th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.



REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Drumsticks, Mashed potatoes, gravy, sliced carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Ham and Cheese Hot Pocket or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Ms. Budweg 1st Hour
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely 2nd--3rd Hours
Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Maddux 5th-7th Hours

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Sophomores: Pams Pantry order forms due April 23rd.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales begin today, April 8th and ends on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Pizza party for the Junior High Volleyball team will take place Wednesday, April 10th immediately after school in Ms. Budweg's room. Please bring something to drink.

Open gym for 8-11 grade volleyball next Wednesday, April 10th after 5pm, following track and softball practice in the upstairs gym.

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 9th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Thursday, April 11th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

LUNCH:

Corn dog, fresh veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Taco Stick, No Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Early Dismissal today at 1:30 p.m.

Attention Middle School Students: 6th-8th grade dance May 17th, 7:00-10:00 p.m. Cafetorium

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales begin today, April 8th and ends on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Pizza party for the Junior High Volleyball team will take place Wednesday, April 10th immediately after school in Ms. Budweg's room. Please bring something to drink.

Open gym for 8-11 grade volleyball next Wednesday, April 10th after 5pm, following track and softball practice in the upstairs gym.

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 4th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Tuesday, April 9th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.
Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, April 8, 2019

LUNCH:

Chili w/Meat and beans, Cheddar Goldfish Crackers, Green Peppers, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cheese Breadsticks, Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Budweg is out today and will be covered internally for the morning
Mrs. Weed in for Mrs. Budweg for 5 thru 7th Hours
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Ms. Shellie Denomie is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Hello, quiz bowl students! Fudge sales begin today, April 8th and end on April 22nd! Come and pick up your fudge anytime today. Each piece of fudge sells for 3 dollars! Everyone must sell fudge!

Pizza party for the Junior High Volleyball team will take place Wednesday, April 10th immediately after school in Ms. Budweg's room. Please bring something to drink.

Open gym for 8-11 grade volleyball next Wednesday, April 10th after 5pm, following track and softball practice in the upstairs gym.

Prom-Goers, please get money turned in to Ms. Budweg by April 23rd. $25.00 single or $45.00 for couple. Please get dance guest passes from Ms. Budweg and return to Ms. Scroggs for approval.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in the M-Step Testing cycle in April and May 2019. In addition to the M-Step testing in grades 3-7, students in grades 8-11 will be taking the PSAT and SAT tests on April 9th. Students are encouraged to do their best on the tests. We have some incentives that will be awarded in the fall of 2019 for students who are 'proficient' on the tests, which include rootbeer floats, a pizza party, school store voucher or personal day. Also the class as a whole that shows the most improvement in Language Arts and Math compared to last year will have a fun day afternoon. The assessment results are used to rate our school compared to other schools and also to develop school improvement goals. The SAT and PSAT results are also used to determine if a student is eligible for dual enrollment college classes during their high school years. Please make your best effort on these tests, eat breakfast in the morning, have adequate sleep the night prior and bring a water bottle with you on testing day.

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 4th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Tuesday, April 9th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.
Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, April 4, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, Coleslaw, Carrots, Corn Muffin, fruit & milk


Alternate: Meatball Sub, Fruit & Veggie Bar, No Salads Today

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Whitney Weyer is in for Mrs. Schneider today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Augustine today
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Wightman today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Please excuse the Robotics Team from 3rd Hour on today as they are leaving for their Competition.

 GOOD LUCK ALUMINUM STING!!

Juniors and Seniors: sign up to speak with admissions from:

• Gogebic April 17th during 3rd hour
• NMU April 18th during 1st hour
• LSSU May 6th at 1:00

L'Anse Senior Class Lock-In Fundraiser this Saturday, April 6th, 12pm to 8pm at the Finn's. 8 wings and 1 drink- $10 donation.

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

There will be a junior class meeting on Friday, April 5th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg's room. We will be discussing chaperones/thank you cards/finalizing glass options.

Middle School Track: Practice is at 3:45 p.m.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS Today, April 4th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

TUTORING: Week of 4/1/19-4/5/19

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316 (No HS tutoring today, 4/3/19)
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on April 2nd, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 4th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

LUNCH:

Meatballs & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Sliced Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Nachos & Cheese, Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Whitney Weyer is in for Mrs. Schneider today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Jacobson today 3rd-7th Hours

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Teachers: Please dismiss the Varsity Track students at 10:30 a.m. so they can have an early lunch before they leave for their track meet. The bus will leave at 10:45. Thanks

There will be no High School Tutoring today, April 3rd .

L'Anse Senior Class Lock-In Fundraiser this Saturday, April 6th, 12pm to 8pm at the Finn's. 8 wings and 1 drink- $10 donation.

Jr. High Volleyball Players (7th grade) - please return your jerseys to Ms. Budweg immediately.

There will be a junior class meeting on Friday, April 5th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg's room. We will be discussing chaperones/thank you cards/finalizing glass options.

Middle School Track: Practice is at 3:45 p.m.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, April 4th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

TUTORING: Week of 4/1/19-4/5/19

Jr. High Tutoring: Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316 (No HS tutoring today, 4/3/19)
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 21st, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 2nd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

LUNCH:

Hot Ham & Cheese Sandwich on WG Bun, Baked beans, Broccoli Salad, fruit & milk


Alternate: Turkey Sub, Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Grentz is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Middle School Track: Practice is starting today at 3:45 p.m.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, April 4th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

TUTORING: Week of 4/1/19-4/5/19

Jr. High Tutoring: Monday Mrs. Knisely
Tuesday Mr. Weed
Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 21st, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, April 2nd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

REMINDERS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 15th: Honors Convocation 7:00 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Thursday, May 23rd: Graduation Ceremony 7:00 p.m.
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, April 1, 2019

LUNCH:

WG Cheese Pizza, Green Beans, fruit & milk


Alternate: Chicken Tenders, Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Grentz is out today
Katherine Andrews is in for Laura Webb today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

TUTORING: Week of 4/1/19-4/5/19

Jr. High Tutoring: Monday Mrs. Knisely
Tuesday Mr. Weed
Wednesday-Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 21st, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Tuesday, April 2nd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

REMINDERS:

Middle School Track: Signups are in the office

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Attention Students: There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th: Spring Band Concert 6:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, March 22, 2019

LUNCH:

Hot Ham & Cheese n WG Bun, Baked Beans, Broccoli Salad, fruit & milk


Alternate: Turkey Sub, Taco Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Schneider today
Mrs. Evans is in for Mrs. Waara today
Mr. Little is in for Mrs. LaFave 2nd - 5th Hours today
Mrs. Knisely is in for Mrs. LaFave for 6th Hour today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. LaFave 7th Hour today
Mrs. Kristo is in for Mrs. Collins (Library) today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 21st, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Tuesday, April 2nd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Attention, all quiz bowl members! There is a competition on Saturday, April 27th at NMU. We will be taking the Yukon. Mrs. Belanger can take seven students. So far, 3 have committed. She expects to have three others commit. We will be back to the school before five so students can get ready for the play. If you weren't at the last competition, you are expected to be at this one!

Attention Students: There was a laptop charger turned into the Jr./Sr. Office. If you think it may be yours, stop in the claim it.

REMINDERS:

Middle School Track: Signups are in the office

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Attention High School Students (grades 9-12): Are you interested in local history? Do you want a free t-shirt and a chance at other prizes? Talk to Mrs. Knisely by Friday, March 22nd about participating in the "Local History Smackdown" in April.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: Spring Break - No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese on WG Bread, Tomato Soup, Crackers, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pocket, Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Tehako is in for Mr. Arens today 1-6th Hours
Mr. Moore is in for Mr. Arens 7th Hour today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Schneider today
Mrs. Dault is covering for Mrs. Beesley today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention High School Students (grades 9-12): Are you interested in local history? Do you want a free t-shirt and a chance at other prizes? Talk to Mrs. Knisely by Friday, March 22nd about participating in the "Local History Smackdown" in April.

Middle School Track: Signups are in the office

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 19th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Tuesday, April 2nd. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: Spring Break - No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

LUNCH:

BBQ Pork on WG Bun, Corn, fruit & milk


Alternate: Baked Potato, Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. McCrum is in for Mrs. Belanger 7th Hour today
Mrs. Grentz is in for Mrs. Budweg 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention Senior Class — There will be a Senior Class Meeting TODAY, March 19th at lunch in the band room. Please be sure to attend as we are deciding on stoles for the caps and gowns!

Attention High School Students (grades 9-12): Are you interested in local history? Do you want a free t-shirt and a chance at other prizes? Talk to Mrs. Knisely by Friday, March 22nd about participating in the "Local History Smackdown" in April.

Middle School Track: Signups are in the office

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 14th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 19th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: Spring Break - No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, March 18, 2019

LUNCH:

Chili w/meat & beans, Cheddar Goldfish Crackers, Green Peppers, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cheese Breadsticks, Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Maddux today
Mr. Weed is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention Students: Celebrations will be at the Lakeside Inn, TODAY, from 3-6 p.m. with Tuxedos for Prom.

Middle School Track: Signups are in the office

Jh Volleyball pictures will be TODAY, March 18th at 12:30. Please dismiss students at 12:15.

Attention Senior Class — There will be a Senior Class Meeting on Tuesday, March 19th at lunch in the band room. Please be sure to attend as we are deciding on stoles for the caps and gowns!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than TODAY, March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 14th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Tuesday, March 19th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, March 15, 2019

LUNCH:

Cheezy Breadstick Pizza w/Marinara Sauce, Carrots & Celery w/ Ranch, fruit & milk


Alternate: Spaghetti (until gone) Mini Cheeseburgers, Taco Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Turpeinen today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Wightman today
Mrs. Belanger is in for Ms. Budweg 6th Hour today
Mrs. Schneider is in for Ms. Budweg 7th Hour today
Mrs. Grentz is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Good Luck to our Robotics team today in Kingsford at their Competition!

The 10th, 11th, and some 12th Grade students will be attending the Career Fair at the KBOCC today:

Please dismiss students 15 minutes prior to their start time and they should be back in class approx. 15 minutes after their end time.

Sophomores — 10:30 to 11:00 (Students load bus to come back at 11:00)
Juniors — 11:30 to 12:00 (Students load bus to come back at 12:00)
Seniors Mrs. Grentz has list of Seniors participating. — 1:00 to 1:30 (Students load bus to come back at 1:30)

Jh Volleyball pictures will be Monday, March 18th at 12:30. Please dismiss students at 12:15.

Attention Senior Class — There will be a Senior Class Meeting on Tuesday, March 19th at lunch in the band room. Please be sure to attend as we are deciding on stoles for the caps and gowns!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 14th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 16th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, March 14, 2019

LUNCH:

Spaghetti Sauce on WG Noodles, Corn, Coleslaw, Garlic Bread, fruit & milk


Alternate: Boneless Wings, Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Belanger today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Wilder today
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. Knisely today
Mrs. Wightman is in for Mr. Moore 3rd Hour today
Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Turpeinen 7th Hour today
Ms. Budweg is out 7th Hour today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Good Luck to our Quiz Bowl team today in the Gogebic Tournament!

Any High School Students interested in playing baseball this year, there will be a meeting this TODAY, March 14th after school in the commons area?

Attention, quiz bowl members: be at the school no later than 7:40 a.m. on TODAY, March 14th for our Gogebic competition. We only have three participants so be sure you are there. Lunch will be served. You will be back between 4-4:30 in time to leave for Robotics! If you have any questions or concerns, see Mrs. Belanger this week!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 12th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 14th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

LUNCH:

Corn Dog, Fresh Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Mozzarella Cheese Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Shellie Denomie will be out all day today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Ms. Belej today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students will be dismissed at 1:30 p.m. today for a Teacher Inservice

There will be no varsity track practice today (Wednesday). Thursday will be the last practice of the week.

All high school drama students interested in learning more about a Forensics Club, please come to a meeting with Mr. Weed on Wednesday, March 13th in the middle of lunch (about 12:15) in the main hallway outside the cafeteria.

Any High School Students interested in playing baseball this year, there will be a meeting this Thursday, March 14th after school in the commons area?

Attention, quiz bowl members: be at the school no later than 7:40 a.m. on Thursday, March 14th for our Gogebic competition. We only have three participants so be sure you are there. Lunch will be served. You will be back between 4-4:30 in time to leave for Robotics! If you have any questions or concerns, see Mrs. Belanger this week!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 12th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 14th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, March 13th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Drumstick, Mashed potatoes, gravy, sliced carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Ham & Cheese Hot Pocket, Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Turpeinen today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Assembly will be from 1:30-2:30 p.m. today. Please take 6th Hour Attendance and then go down.

Junior High Volleyball players are to be dismissed at 2:15 p.m. today

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on TODAY, March 12th FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

All high school drama students interested in learning more about a Forensics Club, please come to a meeting with Mr. Weed on Wednesday, March 13th in the middle of lunch (about 12:15) in the main hallway outside the cafeteria.

Track practice begins on TODAY, March 12th after school.

Juniors and Seniors who signed up: LSSU will be here TODAY, March 12th during 5th Hour.

Attention, quiz bowl members: be at the school no later than 7:40 a.m. on Thursday, March 14th for our Gogebic competition. We only have three participants so be sure you are there. Lunch will be served. You will be back between 4-4:30 in time to leave for Robotics! If you have any questions or concerns, see Mrs. Belanger this week!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels;
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 7th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 12th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, March 13th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, March 11, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty on WG bun, baked beans, calif. blend veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pizza Burger, Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Phillips is in for Mrs. Frisk today
Mr. Cihak is in for Mrs. Wightman today
Mr. Meleen is out today
Mr. Kromer is in for Mr. Meleen 1-3 Hours today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on TODAY, March 11th FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

Softball practice will start TODAY, March 11th after school in the big gym.

There will be a short varsity track meeting (for grades 9-12) TODAY, March 11th after school in the commons, and practice will begin on Tuesday.

Attention, quiz bowl members: be at the school no later than 7:40 a.m. on Thursday, March 13th for our Gogebic competition. We only have three participants so be sure you are there. Lunch will be served. You will be back between 4-4:30 in time to leave for Robotics! If you have any questions or concerns, see Mrs. Belanger this week!

Attention, middle school students! The fundraiser order forms and money are due no later than March 18th to your class adviser. Make sure your order forms are correctly totaled and you have collected all your money. See you class adviser for any questions.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels; Begins Thursday
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!


Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 7th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Tuesday, March 12th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Wednesday, March 13th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, March 8, 2019

LUNCH:

Pepperoni French Bread Pizza, fresh veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cheese French Bread Pizza, Spinach Salad or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Beesley is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Dismissal at 11:55 a.m. today

-Hours 1-4 will be run and all students (6-12) will go to lunch at 11:30 a.m.

Softball practice will start Monday, March 11th after school in the big gym.

There will be a short varsity track meeting (for grades 9-12) on Monday, March 11th after school in the commons, and practice will begin on Tuesday.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels; Begins Thursday
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. (The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

LBFSC Presents Happiness is… Ice Skating Show on Saturday, March 9th at 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 10th at 2 p.m. at the L’Anse Meadowbrook Arena

Ottawa National Forest is looking for youth workers ages 15-19 to work in Kenton. Stop in Mrs. Grentz office for an application. Due March 8th.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 7th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Tuesday, March 12th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Friday, March 8th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Wednesday, March 13th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, March 25th — Friday, March 29th: No School
Wednesday, April 3rd — Report Card #3
Tuesday, April 9th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, April 19th: No School
Monday, May 6th: Progress Report 4
Wednesday, May 8th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Friday, May 17th: Elementary Spring at 1:45 p.m. in the New Gym
Monday, May 27th: No School
Wednesday, June 5th: Early Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 6th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Early Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, June 7th: Last day of School


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, March 7, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, Coleslaw, Corn Muffins, fruit & milk


Alternate: Meatball Sub or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Ms. Poniatowski today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Ms. Belej is out today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Good luck to the high school band as their travel to NMU for District band & orchestra festival!!

Parent Teacher Conferences this evening from 5-8 p.m.

Softball practice will start Monday, March 11th after school in the big gym.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Mar 7th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

SAT prep provided by Upward Bound will be on March 6th for ALL JUNIORS during 6th and 7th hours. Please remind students to have their graphing calculators and a writing utensil.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels; Begins Thursday
...brought to you by the L’Anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. ( The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

LBFSC Presents Happiness is… Ice Skating Show on Saturday, March 9th at 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 10th at 2 p.m. at the L’Anse Meadowbrook Arena

Ottawa National Forest is looking for youth workers ages 15-19 to work in Kenton. Stop in Mrs. Grentz office for an application. Due March 8th.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 5th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on TODAY, March 7th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs
UPCOMING:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.
Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

LUNCH:

Teriyaki Dippers, Brown Rice, Steamed Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cherry Blossom Chicken or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Augustine 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literary Club
9:30 SADD

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Mar 7th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

SAT prep provided by Upward Bound will be on March 6th for ALL JUNIORS during 6th and 7th hours. Please remind students to have their graphing calculators and a writing utensil.

Dylan Grentz from Army ROTC at MTU will be here on Wednesday, March 13th at lunch to talk to kids.

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels; Begins Thursday
...brought to you by the L’anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. ( The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

LBFSC Presents Happiness is… Ice Skating Show on Saturday, March 9th at 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 10th at 2 p.m. at the L’Anse Meadowbrook Arena

Ottawa National Forest is looking for youth workers ages 15-19 to work in Kenton. Stop in Mrs. Grentz office for an application. Due March 8th.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on March 5th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention on Thursday, March 7th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs
UPCOMING:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.
Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
REMINDERS:

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

LUNCH:

Quesadillas, Black Bean Salsa, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cold Ham & Cheese Sandwich or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Wightman will be in for Mrs. Schneider 3rd Hour today
Mrs. Knisely will be in for Mrs. Schneider 6th Hour today
Mrs. Sweeney will be out after 2:15 today
Mr. Moore will be out after 6th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Teachers and Students - if you have an elevator key and no longer need it, please return it to the office. Thank you.

There will be an 8th grade class officer meeting in room 307 on TODAY, March 5th at lunch

March is Reading Month: First lines of well-known novels; Begins Thursday
...brought to you by the L’anse Literary Club

For this month, the literary club has put together a poster project for both the high school and the middle school. On third floor is a poster with some first lines of well-known novels. ( The high school one is on the second floor). Students can ask their English teachers for a bubble sheet to add their own novel choice to the poster. Make sure to write the first line exactly as it is from the novel. Please include the title of the book and the author. Neatness is appreciated! Then return the completed bubble to your English teacher to be put on the poster. No repeats please. Enjoy!

LBFSC Presents Happiness is… Ice Skating Show on Saturday, March 9th at 6 p.m. and Sunday, March 10th at 2 p.m. at the L’Anse Meadowbrook Arena

Ottawa National Forest is looking for youth workers ages 15-19 to work in Kenton. Stop in Mrs. Grentz office for an application. Due March 8th.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 28th, MUST report for detention TODAY, March 5th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literary Club
9:30 SADD

UPCOMING:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on Monday, April 22, 2019 now.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.
REMINDERS:

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, March 4, 2019

LUNCH:

Hamburger with WG Bun, Baked Beans, Mixed peppers, fruit & milk


Alternate: Spicy Chicken Patty or Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Roy is in for Ms. Belej today
Mr. Cihak is in for Mrs. Wightman today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be an 8th grade class officer meeting in room 307 on Tuesday, March 5th at lunch

Ottawa National Forest is looking for youth workers ages 15-19 to work in Kenton. Stop in Mrs. Grentz office for an application. Due March 8th.

Get WISE has been moved to TODAY, March 4th. All 7th and 8th grade girls will be attending. They are to check into 1st Hour for Attendance and then promptly meet in the commons area downstairs. They will be back at the end of 6th hour/beginning of 7th hour.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 28th, MUST report for detention Tuesday, March 5th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literacy Club
9:30 SADD

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, March 1, 2019

LUNCH:

Chili w/meat & beans, cheddar goldfish crackers, green peppers, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cheezy Breadsticks or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Moore today
Mrs. Phillips is in for Mrs. Beesley today
Mr. Jacobson is in for Mrs. LaFave 2nd Hour today
Mr. Schultz is in for Ms. Belej today
Ms. Poniatowski is in for Mrs. Knisely 5th Hour today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a mandatory meeting for all 9th-11th grade volleyball players from this past season Today, March 1st during lunch

Get WISE has been moved to Monday, March 4th. All 7th and 8th grade girls will be attending. They are to check into 1st Hour for Attendance and then promptly meet in the commons area downstairs. They will be back at the end of 6th hour/beginning of 7th hour.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 28th, MUST report for detention Tuesday, March 5th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

TRIO upward bound is hosting a College & Career Fair on March 11 FOR THE FRESHMAN.
SCHEDULE
9:30 Leave L'Anse
10:20 L'Anse arrives @ the Paavo Nurmi Gym @ Finlandia; Welcome on the bus by a TRIO staff member.
10:30 L'Anse students explore the college & career fair.
11:10 L'Anse students gather for prize drawing
11:20 L'Anse bus departs

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literacy Club
9:30 SADD

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, February 28, 2019

LUNCH:

BBQ Pulled Pork on WG Bun, Corn, fruit & milk


Alternate: Baked Potato or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Eckdahl is in for Mr. Moore today
Mrs. Phillips is in for Mrs. Beesley today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Wightman today
Mrs. Roy is in for Ms. Belej today
Mrs. Maddux 1-4th Hours today and will be covered internally
Mr. Weed is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Hornet Weekly Athletics

Thursday, 2/28: Girls BBall at HOME vs. Lake Linden

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 26th, MUST report for detention Today, Thursday, February 28th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all 9th-11th grade volleyball players from this past season on Friday, March 1st during lunch

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literacy Club
9:30 SADD

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

LUNCH:

Corn Dog, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Spaghetti or Peanut Butter & Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Eckdahl is in for Mr. Moore today
Mrs. LaFave is in for Mr. Meleen 1st Hour today
Mrs. Augustine is in for Mr. Jacobson 1st Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Early dismissal today at 1:30 p.m. for a scheduled Teacher Professional Development

Quarter 3 Progress Reports go home today. Please see your advisor to pick yours up at the end of the day.

Hornet Weekly Athletics

Wednesday, 2/27: Boys District Tournament BBall at Home vs. Calumet @ 7 p.m.

Thursday, 2/28: Girls BBall at HOME vs. Lake Linden

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 26th, MUST report for detention Thursday, February 28th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Students: Please remember that the first two rows in the back parking lot are reserved for Teachers and Staff. You must park in the 3rd row or further back. Thanks.

There will be a mandatory meeting for all 9th-11th grade volleyball players from this past season on Friday, March 1st during lunch

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literacy Club
9:30 SADD

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.



REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, February 21, 2019

LUNCH:

Sloppy Joes on WG Bun, Green Beans, fruit & milk


Alternate: Mozzarella Cheese Sticks or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Arens is in for Mr. Jacobson 4th Hour Today
Ms. Poniatowski is in for Mr. Hartman 5th Hour Today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Belanger today
Ms. McCrum is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students and staff are reminded to please obey the 'No Left Turn' sign down by Pizza Shack. It is in effect from 7am - 5 pm Monday - Friday. The safety concern is that a number of students who walk home from school cross Broad St at that intersection. If a vehicle decides to turn left as they are crossing (likely to happen simultaneously with a break in traffic), then the children are in the path of that vehicle turning left to head up the hill. Local law enforcement have been requested to help monitor for violations also. Please help keep all students safe while leaving school.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 19th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention TODAY, February 21st. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Meadowbrook Arena will be hosting a Light Night this Saturday, February 23rd from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is $5.00

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Feb 21st from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, March 6th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 Middle School Student Council
9:20 High School Student Council
9:25 Literacy Club
9:30 SADD

Spirit Week DO OVER Schedule
Thur. color day
Seniors — blue, Junior — black, Sophomore — red, Freshman — yellow, 8th — green, 7th — orange, 6th - brown
Fri. spirit day
Assembly 7th hour
Spirit Week crowning at the game
Dance 9-12:00

Junior Class — There will be a meeting this Friday, February 22nd at lunch

Hornet Weekly Athletics

Thursday: Girls bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)
Boys bball @ Ishpeming 5:45 & 7:15- bus leaves 4:00

Friday: Boys bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Cracker, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pocket or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Moore is in for Mrs. Maddux 7th Hour today
Mrs. Schneider is in for Ms. Belej 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 19th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Thursday, February 21st. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Meadowbrook Arena will be hosting a Light Night this Saturday, February 23rd from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission is $5.00

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Feb 21st from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

The Literary Club will meet Today, February 20th at 3:25 p.m in Room 303

YIG meeting TODAY at Lunch in Mr Moore’s room. All students attending Lansing Conference next week must attend. Also, Egg orders are due no later than tomorrow as well.

Updated Yearbook Picture Schedule - Wednesday, February 20th
All pictures are at the beginning of second hour.
Meet in the small commons
9:15 HOSA
9:20 Drama
9:25 Quiz Bowl
9:30 Upward Bound

Spirit Week DO OVER Schedule
Wed. woke up like this Wednesday
Thur. color day
Seniors — blue, Junior — black, Sophomore — red, Freshman — yellow, 8th — green, 7th — orange, 6th - brown
Fri. spirit day
Assembly 7th hour
Spirit Week crowning at the game
Dance 9-12:00

Junior Class — There will be a meeting this Friday, February 22nd at lunch

Hornet Weekly Athletics

Thursday: Girls bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)
Boys bball @ Ishpeming 5:45 & 7:15- bus leaves 4:00

Friday: Boys bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty, Baked Beans, California Blend Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pizza Burger or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. McCrum is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

YIG meeting Wednesday at Lunch in Mr Moore’s room. All students attending Lansing Conference next week must attend. Also, Egg orders are due no later than tomorrow as well.

Spirit Week DO OVER Schedule
Tue. dynamic duo day
Wed. woke up like this Wednesday
Thur. color day
Senior — blue, Junior — black, Sophomore — red, Freshman — yellow, 8th — green, 7th — orange, 6th - brown
Fri. spirit day
Assembly 7th hour
Spirit Week crowning at the game
Dance 9-12:00

Hornet Weekly Athletics

Tuesday: Boys bball @ Ontonagon 5:45 & 7:15- bus leaves 4:00
Girls bball @ West Iron 5:45 & 7:15- bus leaves 3:45

Thursday: Girls bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)
Boys bball @ Ishpeming 5:45 & 7:15- bus leaves 4:00

Friday: Boys bball @ HOME vs Jeffers 5:45 & 7:15 (parents night)

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the Jr. Sr. Office. Stop by and claim it if you think it is yours.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

The Literary Club will meet this Wednesday, February 20th at 3:25 p.m in Room 303

Knights of Columbus is having a Substance Abuse Awareness Poster Contest. If you are interested in joining, please see Mrs. Frisk for an Entry Form. Posters must be submitted by 3/1/19

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

Any KBIC enrolled students or descendants grades 10-12 interested in talking to KBOCC about enrollment/dual enrollment, please come to Shellie's room Tuesday, February 19th at 12:30 pm.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 14th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Today, February 19th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.
SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, February 18, 2019

LUNCH:

Pepperoni French Bread Pizza, Fresh Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Mini Cheeseburgers or Taco Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Schultz is in for Mr. Moore today
Ms. McCrum is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Spirit Week DO OVER Schedule
Mon. college day
Tue. dynamic duo day
Wed. woke up like this Wednesday
Thur. color day
Senior — blue, Junior — black, Sophomore — red, Freshman — yellow, 8th — green, 7th — orange, 6th - brown
Fri. spirit day
Assembly 7th hour
Spirit Week crowning at the game
Dance 9-12:00

There has been a cell phone found and turned into the office.

There has been a change in the school calendar and there will be school on April 22, 2019 now.

Attention, quiz bowl students! There will be a competition on March 14th at Gogebic. You will be gone all day and return to the school around four. This will not interfere with Robotics therefore all students are expected to participate. Permission slips are not needed unless you didn't turn in one to the office at the beginning of the year for school field trips.
Practices are still at lunch on Thursday and after school on Thursday in Mrs. Maddux's room.

The Literary Club will meet this Wednesday, February 20th at 3:25 p.m in Room 303

Knights of Columbus is having a Substance Abuse Awareness Poster Contest. If you are interested in joining, please see Mrs. Frisk for an Entry Form. Posters must be submitted by 3/1/19

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

Any KBIC enrolled students or descendants grades 10-12 interested in talking to KBOCC about enrollment/dual enrollment, please come to Shellie's room Tuesday, February 19th at 12:30 pm.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 14th, and did not attend, MUST report for detention Tuesday, February 19th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.



REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, February 14, 2019

LUNCH:

Hot Dog on WG Bun, Baked Beans, Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Brat or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th Hour today
Ms. McCrum is in for Mrs. Turpeinen 7th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

2019 yearbooks are on sale right now! Get them for the low price of $35 for the month of February only! You can order yours today by stopping in yearbook room 325 during second hour. Or order yours online today at jostensyearbooks.com. The price will go up in March, so get yours ordered at the lowest price today!!!

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on February 7th or February 12th, MUST report for detention TODAY, February 14th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Any KBIC enrolled students or descendants grades 10-12 interested in talking to KBOCC about enrollment/dual enrollment, please come to Shellie's room Tuesday, February 19th at 12:30 pm.

UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Drumsticks, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Sliced Carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Ham & Cheese Hot Pocket or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Wilder today
Mrs. LaFave is out today and will covered internally
Mr. Kimewon is out today and will be covered internally
Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. Knisely today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Any Students interested in playing softball, there will be a meeting today at 5 p.m. in the Commons Area

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on Thursday, February 7th or Today, February 12th, MUST report for detention on Thursday, February 14th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule TODAY during 5th or 6th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

Any KBIC enrolled students or descendants grades 10-12 interested in talking to KBOCC about enrollment/dual enrollment, please come to Shellie's room Tuesday, February 19th at 12:30 pm.

UPCOMING:

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Wednesday, February 13th.
Yearbook Picture Schedule: All pictures are at the beginning of second hour. Meet in the small commons

Wednesday, February 13th
9:15 Robotics
9:20 Choir
9:25 Travel Club

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

LUNCH:

Hamburger on WG Bun, Fresh Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Spicy Chicken Patty or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Guidicelli is in for Mrs. Cangemi today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Early Dismissal today: We will be running Hours 1-4 and All Students (6-12) will be having lunch form 11:30-12 p.m. with dismissal at 12 p.m.

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on Thursday, February 7th or Today, February 12th, MUST report for detention on Thursday, February 14th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule TODAY during 4th Hour with Mr. Meleen.

UPCOMING:

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Wednesday, February 13th.
Yearbook Picture Schedule: All pictures are at the beginning of second hour. Meet in the small commons

Wednesday, February 13th
9:15 Robotics
9:20 Choir
9:25 Travel Club

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday - Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, February 8, 2019

LUNCH:

Double Stuffed Pizza, fresh veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cherry Blossom Chicken or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Guidicelli is in for Ms. Budweg today
Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Knisely today
Mrs. Kristo will be in for Mrs. Frisk 11:30-3:30 today
Mrs. Beesley is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Due to the late start, the assembly will be cancelled and fun day will start directly after high school lunch and 4th hour for junior high school. Please direct students to the following areas. Rosters will be printed for you.

Arts and Crafts: Art Room
Middle School Gym: 2nd floor Gym
High School Gym: 1st floor Gym
Library: Library
Middle School Movie: Wilder's room
High School Movie: Smith's room ( ? 30 kids )
Snowshoeing: Small commons by band room
Ski Hill: Commons Back door
Skating: Cafeteria

Detention notice: All students who were scheduled for detention on Thursday, February 7th must report for detention on Tuesday, February 12th. If you are not able to report, you must reschedule Tuesday during 5th and 6th hours.
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The new date for the Ski Brule trip is this Sunday, February 10th. Bus will leave the back parking lot at 8:30am. Dress for the weather! Please contact Mr. Arens with any questions or concerns.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Spirit Week: Dress Up Days (2/4 — 2/8)
• Friday - Purple and white day

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Wednesday, February 13th.
UPCOMING:

Yearbook Picture Schedule: All pictures are at the beginning of second hour. Meet in the small commons

Wednesday, February 13th
9:15 Robotics
9:20 Choir
9:25 Travel Club

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Grentz room 302
Wednesday Mrs. Schneider Room 153
Thursday Mrs. Knisely Room 151

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, February 7, 2019

LUNCH:

Meatballs & Gravy, Mashed potatoes, sliced carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Chips & Nacho Cheese or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

We will be releasing at 12:15 p.m. today and run Hours 1-4. Middle school students will go to 4th hour, then lunch, then back to 4th. Middle School Lunch: 11:10-11:40 am High School Lunch: 11:45-12:15 pm

The new date for the Ski Brule trip is this Sunday, February 10th. Bus will leave the back parking lot at 8:30am. Dress for the weather! Please contact Mr. Arens with any questions or concerns.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Spirit Week: Dress Up Days (2/4 — 2/8)
• Thursday- Decades Day
• Friday - Purple and white day

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Wednesday, February 13th.
UPCOMING:

Yearbook Picture Schedule: All pictures are at the beginning of second hour. Meet in the small commons

Wednesday, February 13th
9:15 Robotics
9:20 Choir
9:25 Travel Club

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Grentz room 302
Wednesday Mrs. Schneider Room 153
Thursday Mrs. Knisely Room 151

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

LUNCH:

Pepperoni French Bread Pizza, Tossed Salad/Spinach, fruit & milk


Alternate: Chicken Tenders or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Jim Cihak is in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mr. Kromer is in for Mrs. Wilder today
Ms. Belej is out today and will be covered internally
Mr. Moore is out today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a senior class meeting TODAY, February 6th during lunch in the band room.

The new date for the Ski Brule trip is this Sunday, February 10th. Bus will leave the back parking lot at 8:30am. Dress for the weather! Please contact Mr. Arens with any questions or concerns.

SENIORS: If you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Spirit Week: Dress Up Days (2/4 — 2/8)
• Wednesday- Wacky Wednesday
• Thursday- Decades Day
• Friday - Purple and white day

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Wednesday, February 13th.
UPCOMING:

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) agle Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Grentz room 302
Wednesday Mrs. Schneider Room 153
Thursday Mrs. Knisely Room 151

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, February 5, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, Coleslaw, Corn Muffin, fruit & milk


Alternate: Meatball Sub or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Waara is in for Ms. Budweg for 1st Hour today
Mrs. Augustine is in for Mr. Moore for 1st Hour Today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

All Sophomores and Juniors: The CTE open house that was scheduled for Thursday, has been rescheduled and will be TODAY, February 5th.
*Bus will leave for Hancock at 8:20. Students need to check into 1st hour for lunch count and attendance. They will return around 12:40 and have a 30 minute lunch break.

Detention notice: All students scheduled for today’s, February 5th, after school detention session need to make sure they report. If you are unable to report, you must see Mr. Meleen today during 5th Hour.

SENIORS: IF you or your parent/guardian are customers of The Village of L'Anse Electric Department, pick up the Public Power Scholarship from Mrs. Grentz.

Spirit Week: Dress Up Days (2/4 — 2/8)
• Monday - Superhero/Villain Day
• Tuesday - Too old Tuesday
• Wednesday- Wacky Wednesday
• Thursday- Decades Day
• Friday - Purple and white day

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Friday, February 8th.
UPCOMING:

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday and Tuesday Mrs. Grentz room 302
Wednesday Mrs. Schneider Room 153
Thursday Mrs. Knisely Room 151

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, February 1, 2019

LUNCH:

Hot Ham & Cheese, baked beans, broccoli salad, fruit & milk


Alternate: Turkey Sub or Cobb Salad Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th Hour Today
Mr. Weed is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Detention notice: All students scheduled for the January 31 (Thursday) after school detention session need to report to the February 5 (Tuesday) after school detention session or report to the Junior/Senior High School office 5th hour today. Mr. Meleen will reschedule your detention.

Spirit Week: Dress Up Days (2/4 — 2/8)
• Monday - Superhero/Villain Day
• Tuesday - Too old Tuesday
• Wednesday- Wacky Wednesday
• Thursday- Decades Day
• Friday - Purple and white day

The High School Student Council is again selling sucker grams during lunch for Valentines. Get your order in by Friday, February 8th.
All Sophomores and Juniors: The CTE open house that was scheduled for Thursday, has been rescheduled and will be on Tuesday, February 5th.
*Bus will leave for Hancock at 8:20. Students need to check into 1st hour for lunch count and attendance. They will return around 12:40 and have a 30 minute lunch break.
UPCOMING:

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. We are taking the Yukon so space is limited.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office.

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

LUNCH:

Tacos on Ultragrain tortilla w/cheese & romaine, corn, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pocket or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Miss Schwartz is in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th Hour today
Mrs. Turpeinen will be out for 5,6,7th Hours Today
Shellie Denomie is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Informational meeting Wednesday, Jan 30th after school for Jr. High volleyball.
1st practice Thursday, Jan. 31st from 330-5. Bring knee pads and volleyball shoes!

There will be a High School Student Council Meeting on Wednesday, January 30th.

All Sophomores and Juniors are attending the CTE open house on Thursday, January 31st.
*Bus will leave for Hancock at 8:20. Students need to check into 1st hour for lunch count and attendance. They will return around 12:40 and have a 30 minute lunch break.
Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office
.
Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, January 25, 2019

LUNCH:

Double Stuffed Pizza, Fresh Veggie, fruit & milk
Alternate: Mini Cheeseburgers or Taco Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Laura Dault is in for Laura Webb today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Miss Belej today
Mrs. Lohmann will be covered internally today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a High School Student Council Meeting on Wednesday, January 30th.

Attention Seniors: Senior Favorites need to be done by Friday, January 25th. Also, all Seniors need to check their e-mail for an e-mail from Kris Thompson regarding the Senior Lock-in. Please do this by Friday as well.

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Attention all quiz bowl students! There will be a brief meeting Friday, January 25th in Mrs. Belanger’s room at 8 a.m. All Quiz bowl members need to attend. Also, don’t forget about practice on Friday at lunch, not Thursday. This is only for this week. After school practice is cancelled for this week Thursday due to both teachers not being able to make it after school. Please turn in your permission slips no later than this Friday to Mrs. Belanger or Mrs. Maddux.

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

The Sophomores and Juniors are going on a field trip to the CTE tech center in Hancock on January 31st.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office
.
Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, January 24, 2019

LUNCH:

Deluxe Nachos w/meat, refried beans, cheese, romaine, Carrots, fruit & milk
Alternate: Corn Dog or Cobb Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Maddux today
Mrs. Andrews is in for Mrs. Sweeney today
Mrs. Waara is in for Mr. Moore 1st Hour today
Mrs. LaFave is in for Mrs. Wilder 1st Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The trip to MTU for today has been canceled due to expected weather and will be rescheduled. An announcement will be made once the new date is scheduled.

The Ski Brule Trip for this Sunday has been canceled due to weather. An announcement will be made later on for a rescheduled date. If students have any questions please contact Mr. Arens.

Attention Seniors: Senior Favorites need to be done by Friday, January 25th. Also, all Seniors need to check their e-mail for an e-mail from Kris Thompson regarding the Senior Lock-in. Please do this by Friday as well.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Jan 24th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Attention all quiz bowl students! There will be a brief meeting Friday, January 25th in Mrs. Belanger’s room at 8 a.m. All Quiz bowl members need to attend. Also, don’t forget about practice on Friday at lunch, not Thursday. This is only for this week. After school practice is cancelled for this week Thursday due to both teachers not being able to make it after school. Please turn in your permission slips no later than this Friday to Mrs. Belanger or Mrs. Maddux.

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

The Sophomores and Juniors are going on a field trip to the CTE tech center in Hancock on January 31st.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.




REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

LUNCH:

Pasties, coleslaw, fruit & milk
Spaghetti served as an extra until gone
Alternate: Pizza Sub or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Waara today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Early Dismissal today — Students will be dismissed at 1:30 P

There will be a Student Council meeting TODAY, January 23rd during High School lunch.

Attention Seniors: Senior Favorites need to be done by Friday, January 25th. Also, all Seniors need to check their e-mail for an e-mail from Kris Thompson regarding the Senior Lock-in. Please do this by Friday as well.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Jan 24th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Please RSVP.

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Attention all quiz bowl students! There will be a brief meeting Friday, January 25th in Mrs. Belanger’s room at 8 a.m. All Quiz bowl members need to attend. Also, don’t forget about practice on Friday at lunch, not Thursday. This is only for this week. After school practice is cancelled for this week Thursday due to both teachers not being able to make it after school. Please turn in your permission slips no later than this Friday to Mrs. Belanger or Mrs. Maddux.

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

The Ski Brule Trip has been rescheduled for next Sunday, January 27. If students have any questions please contact Mr. Arens.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

The Sophomores and Juniors are going on a field trip to the CTE tech center in Hancock on January 31st.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.




REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

LUNCH:

Spaghetti Sauce on WG Noodles, corn, fruit & milk
Alternate: Boneless Wings or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Miss Schwartz is in for Mrs. Maddux today
Shellie Denomie is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Any Students, Boys or Girls, Ages 9 — 14, who would like to take part in the Knights of Columbus Free Throw Championship on February 5th at 7 p.m., in the Baraga High School Gym, stop by the Office and pick up your entry form from Mrs. Frisk.

Quiz bowl will be meeting this Friday at lunch, not on Thursday. This is only for this week. After school practice is cancelled for this week Thursday due to both teachers not being able to make it after school. Please turn in your permission slips no later than this Friday to Mrs. Belanger or Mrs. Maddux.

There will be a Student Council meeting on Wednesday, January 23rd during High School lunch.

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

The Ski Brule Trip has been rescheduled for next Sunday, January 27. If students have any questions please contact Mr. Arens.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

The Sophomores and Juniors are going on a field trip to the CTE tech center in Hancock on January 31st.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:


Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, January 21, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty on WG Bun, Baked Beans, Calif. Veggie Blend, fruit & milk
Alternate: Homemade Pizza Burger or Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely 1st and 2nd Hours
Mrs. LaFave 3rd and 4Th Hours
Mrs. Wilder 5th and 6th Hours

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students, Staff, Community - If you would like to nominate someone for Employee of the Month, please email Mrs. Tollefson. Information and criteria is posted on our school website.

Calling all high school students! Bored? Looking for an after-school activity? Join the Teen Outreach Program (TOP)! Through a local TOP Club, you can skate, kayak, hike, camp, and more for FREE! Build leadership skills and meet new people - join us every Thursday at Baraga Middle School (Mrs. Wisniewski's classroom) from 3:45-5:00 pm. Please contact Chris Schuldt (906-482-9077, cschuldt@dialhelp.org) at Dial Help for more information. Transportation home is not provided but transportation to Baraga after school can be requested in advance with a parent note to the High School office.

UPCOMING:

The Ski Brule Trip has been rescheduled for next Sunday, January 27. If students have any questions please contact Mr. Arens.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

The Sophomores and Juniors are going on a field trip to the CTE tech center in Hancock on January 31st.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:


Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, January 18, 2019

LUNCH:

Cheese Pizza, Fresh Veggies, fruit & milk
Alternate: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Exam Schedule Today: 6th Period: 8:15 — 9:50 a.m.
BREAK: 9:50 - 10:00 a.m.
7th Period: 10:00 — 11:30 a.m.
LUNCH (6-12) — 11:30-11:55 a.m.
Dismissal: 11:55 a.m.

The Ski Brule Trip has been rescheduled for next Sunday, January 27. If students have any questions please contact Mr. Arens.

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Portage Health Foundation - mtu.edu/admissions/phf
Marquette Builders Exchange — www.mqtbx.org/scholarships

UPCOMING:

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Friday, January 18th (Hours 6,7 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, January 17, 2019

LUNCH:

Corn Dog, Carrots, fruit & milk
Alternate: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Exam Schedule Today: 4th Period: 8:15 — 9:50 a.m.
BREAK: 9:50 - 10:00 a.m.
5th Period: 10:00 — 11:30 a.m.
LUNCH (6-12) — 11:30-11:55 a.m.
Dismissal: 11:55 a.m.

UPCOMING:

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

REMINDERS:

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/syp.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

CLUB NEWS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Thursday, January 17th (Hours 4, 5 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Hours 6,7 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Tenders, Coleslaw, Corn muffins, fruit & milk
Alternate: Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Exam Schedule Today: 1st Period - 8:15 a.m. — 9:45 a.m.,
2nd Period - 9:50 a.m. — 11:20 a.m.
LUNCH (6-12) — 11:20-11:50 a.m.
3rd Period — 11:50 a.m. — 1:30 p.m.

GE is looking for additional staff. Students who are at least 18 years old if you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz or contact Sam, in the GE Office

Attention Students grade 6-11: Check out the Summer Youth programs at Michigan Tech. Scholarships available on their websites. www.mtu.edu/stp.

UPCOMING:

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due by January 25th.

REMINDERS:

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Hours 1,2,3 Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Hours 4, 5 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Hours 6,7 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

LUNCH:

Cheezy Breadstick Pizza w/Marinara Sauce
Carrots & Celery w/Ranch, fruit & milk
Alternate: Boneless Wings or Chicken Caesar Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Seniors your baby and senior pictures for the yearbook and video are due by March 22nd. They need to be submitted to Ms. Poniatowski via e-mail or the actual pictures can be given to a yearbook student. Please notify Ms. Poniatowski if you cannot make this deadline. We are also in need of your photos from elementary, middle school, and early high school.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to speak with LSSU on March 12th during 5th Hour.

Literature Club will meet after school TODAY, January 15th in Room 303

UPCOMING:

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and a $100 non refundable payment is due on January 25th.

REMINDERS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Hours 1,2,3 Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Hours 4, 5 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Hours 6,7 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Wednesday, January 23rd Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, January 14, 2019

LUNCH:

Hamburgers on WG Bun, Fresh Veggies, fruit & milk
Alternate: Spicy Chicken Patty or Chef Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

High School Student Council meeting TODAY, January 14th at Lunch

UPCOMING:

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320
STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Hours 1,2,3 Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Hours 4, 5 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Hours 6,7 Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, January 11, 2019

LUNCH:

Quesadillas, Black Bean Salsa, Carrots, fruit & milk
Alternate: Cold Ham and Cheese Sandwich or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Weed is out today after 1st Hour

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Congratulations to the 6th Grade Spelling Bee Finalists!!

Attention students who signed up to tour MTU, we are going on January 24th. Mrs. Grentz and Mrs. Frisk have the list of who will be attending.

Attention, quiz bowl students! The Blizzard Bowl competition will be on Saturday, Feb. 2nd at MTU. You need to pick up a permission slip from Mrs. Maddux and Mrs. Belanger ASAP and it needs to be turned in no later than January 25th! We are taking the Yukon so space is limited. Also, we are having lunch practices every Thursday (except the 17th)so you are expected to be there. After school practices will resume on Thursday, January 31st!

Youth in Government meeting TODAY at lunch in Mr. Moore's room we will discuss bills and our final fundraiser for the year. Please make arrangements to attend.

UPCOMING:

High School Student Council meeting Monday, January 14th at Lunch

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, January 10, 2019

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese Sandwich on wg bread, tomato soup,
crackers, Carrots, fruit & milk
Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pocket or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Cihak is in for Ms. Poniatowski today 2-4th Hours
Mr. Cihak is in for Mr. Jacobson today 5th Hour
Mr. Cihak is in for Mrs. Turpeinen today 6-7th Hours
Mrs. Lohmann is out today
Catherine Andrews is in for Kristen Beesley today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Congratulations to our 7th & 8Th Grade Spelling Bee Winners!

High School Student Council meeting Monday, January 14th at Lunch

Youth in Government meeting Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore's room we will discuss bills and our final fundraiser for the year. Please make arrangements to attend.

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Jan 10th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

Attention Junior Class - There will be a Meeting TODAY, January 10th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg’s classroom

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

UPCOMING:

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.
TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl members! On Saturday, February 2nd, there will be another Blizzard Bowl Tournament at MTU . Be at the school no later than 7:45 a.m. Permission slips can be picked up from the folder on Mrs. Belanger's bulletin board outside her door or from Mrs. Maddux. Permission slips are due no later Tuesday, January 22nd. We will be taking the Yukon (6 passengers is the limit). Tell Mrs. Maddux or Mrs. Belanger if you can make it so Mrs. Belanger can reserve the Yukon.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

LUNCH:

Hot Dogs on wg bun, Baked Beans, Carrots, fruit & milk
Alternate: Bratwurst or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Cihak is in for Mrs. Turpeinen today 1st-4th Hours
Mr. Cihak is in for Mrs. Schneider today 6th Hour
Mr. Weed is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Youth in Government meeting Friday at lunch in Mr. Moore's room we will discuss bills and our final fundraiser for the year. Please make arrangements to attend.

Youth in Government students I need your student application with parent/guardian signatures and your signatures (that were given out before break) ASAP! If you have lost it come get another one, I need to send this all out!!

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Jan 10th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

Attention Junior Class - There will be a Meeting Thursday, January 10th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg’s classroom

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

UPCOMING:

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.
TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

Attention, quiz bowl members! On Saturday, February 2nd, there will be another Blizzard Bowl Tournament at MTU . Be at the school no later than 7:45 a.m. Permission slips can be picked up from the folder on Mrs. Belanger's bulletin board outside her door or from Mrs. Maddux. Permission slips are due no later Tuesday, January 22nd. We will be taking the Yukon (6 passengers is the limit). Tell Mrs. Maddux or Mrs. Belanger if you can make it so Mrs. Belanger can reserve the Yukon.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

LUNCH:

Chili w/Meat and Beans, Cheddar Goldfish, Green Peppers, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cheesy Breadsticks or Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Poniatowski will be out today Hour 1-3 and covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Attention Junior Class - There will be a Meeting next Thursday, January 10th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg’s classroom

Attention, quiz bowl members! On Saturday, February 2nd, there will be another Blizzard Bowl Tournament at MTU . Be at the school no later than 7:45 a.m. Permission slips can be picked up from the folder on Mrs. Belanger's bulletin board outside her door or from Mrs. Maddux. Permission slips are due no later Tuesday, January 22nd. We will be taking the Yukon (6 passengers is the limit). Tell Mrs. Maddux or Mrs. Belanger if you can make it so Mrs. Belanger can reserve the Yukon.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

UPCOMING:

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.


TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, January 4, 2019

LUNCH:

Sloppy Joes on WG Bun, Green Beans, fruit & milk


Alternate: Mozzarella Sticks

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Tehako is in for Ms. Wightman 1&2 Hour Today
Mr. Arens is in for Ms. Wightman 4th Hour Today
Mr. Cihak is in for Ms. Poniatowski Hours 1-4 Today
Mr. Cihak is in for Ms. Wightman Hours 5-7 today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Miss Belej today
Mr. Nuranen is in for Mr. Hartman today
Mr. Weed is out after 1st Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students are reminded that any type of ammunition or fireworks are not allowed anywhere in the school building. If you are using these items outside of school, please be diligent about making sure they do not come to school with you in pockets, etc. Possession of these items at school may result in disciplinary consequences. Thank you for your cooperation!

Attention Junior Class - There will be a Meeting next Thursday, January 10th, during lunch in Ms. Budweg’s classroom

Attention, quiz bowl members! On Saturday, February 2nd, there will be another Blizzard Bowl Tournament at MTU . Be at the school no later than 7:45 a.m. Permission slips can be picked up from the folder on Mrs. Belanger's bulletin board outside her door or from Mrs. Maddux. Permission slips are due no later Tuesday, January 22nd. We will be taking the Yukon (6 passengers is the limit). Tell Mrs. Maddux or Mrs. Belanger if you can make it so Mrs. Belanger can reserve the Yukon.

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

UPCOMING:

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

L’Anse Area Schools is now participating in a new food service and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.


TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration was December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, January 3, 2019

LUNCH:

WG Cheese Pizza, tossed salad w/spinach, fruit & milk


Alternate: Cobb Salad or Pretzels & Cheese

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Nuranen is in for Ms. Wightman today
Mrs. Knisely will be in for Miss Belej 6th Hour today
Mrs. Belanger will be in for Mr. Jacobson for 6th Hour today
Mr. Jacobson will be covered internally for 5th Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

High school schedule change forms can be picked up from Mrs. Grentz.

Attention - all 7th grade boys basketball players ... TURN IN YOUR UNIFORMS to Coach Weed ASAP.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration is December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

UPCOMING:

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.
TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

Wednesday, January 16th (Exams) Dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
Thursday, January 17th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Friday, January 18th (Exams) Dismissal at 11:55 a.m.
Monday, February 11th No School

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, coleslaw, corn muffins, fruit & milk


Alternate: Meatball Sub

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Weed is in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. LaFave is out today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school-aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is being offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration is December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

UPCOMING:

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.
TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, December 20th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty on WG Bun, California Blend Veggies, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pizza Burgers

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Nuranen is in for Mrs. Lohmann today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Athletic Pictures are in the Office, please stop in and pick yours up. Thanks.

Dear Parents,
Mont Ripley Ski Area is once again offering learn to ski and snowboard opportunities for school age children.

The Ripley Kids Program begins January 12, 2019. This 3 hour instructed lesson (with a break for lunch) takes place on Saturdays beginning at 10:15, and runs for 7 weeks. The ideal age for this program is 5 and up.

The After School Program is offered for school aged children in 3rd-8th grades. This 1.5 hour instructed lesson is offered after school beginning the week of January 14, 2019 and runs for 7 weeks. Times vary by day. See registration form for full details.

Deadline for registration is December 28th. A late fee will be charged after this date. Return the attached forms with payment to Mont Ripley Ticket Office. You may also register and pay online here: Ripley Kids or The After School Program. For more information visit the Mont Ripley website here, or call the Ticket Office at (906) 487-2340.

We will have a halftime shot for $100 dollars at every boys and girls basketball game. The cost to shoot is $5.00.

There will be no quiz bowl practice at all today, December 20th. It will be resume after break.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

This Week’s Dress up Days: Thursday- Ugly sweater

Seniors please pick up your RADA Orders from the band room.

Attention, staff and students. The last day to turn in your Econo receipts for the International Travel Club is TODAY, Thursday, December 20th. Thank you!

UPCOMING:

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Drumstick, mashed potatoes, gravy, sliced carrots, fruit & milk

Alternate: Nachos & Cheese

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Nuranen is in for Mrs. Lohmann today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be no quiz bowl practice at all this Thursday, December 20th. It will be resume after break.

On January 20th there will be a ski trip to Ski Brule. To sign-up and for more information talk to Mr. Arens. Cost is $24 for a Ticket Only. $34 for a Ticket & Rental. All sign-ups and money must be turned in by Friday, January 11th.

This Week’s Dress up Days:

Wednesday- Anything Christmas or Green and Red
Thursday- Ugly sweater

Seniors please pick up your RADA Orders from the band room.

Attention, staff and students. The last day to turn in your Econo receipts for the International Travel Club is Thursday, December 20th. Thank you!

Literary Club meets this Wednesday, December 19th in room 303. Students have the snacks this time! Bring your “Night Before Christmas” to practice.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up to speak with the KBOCC Wednesday Dec 19 during 2nd hour.

UPCOMING:

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch until December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:


Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, December 18th, 2018

LUNCH:

Hot Dog on W/G Bun, Baked beans, carrots, fruit and milk


Alternate: Brats

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Wightman is out 1st-4th Hours today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

This Week’s Dress up Days:

Tuesday- Christmas Accessory day (Socks, jewelry)
Wednesday- Anything Christmas or Green and Red
Thursday- Ugly sweater

Seniors please pick up your RADA Orders from the band room.

Attention, staff and students. The last day to turn in your Econo receipts for the International Travel Club is Thursday, December 20th. Thank you!

YIG meeting at lunch Tuesday 12/18/19 in Mr. Moore's room. Please attend to pick up some paperwork required for Lansing Conference and other things.

Literary Club meets this Wednesday, December 19th in room 303. Students have the snacks this time! Bring your “Night Before Christmas” to practice.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up to speak with the KBOCC Wednesday Dec 19 during 2nd hour.

UPCOMING:

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch until December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
$45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, December 17th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty on WG bun, Cal. Blend Veggies, fruit and milk


Alternate: Pizza Burger

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Schultz is in for Mr. Jacobson today
Mr. Hartman will be covered internally today
Mr. Weed is out today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

This Week’s Dress up Days:

Monday- Christmas/Winter Pajamas
Tuesday- Christmas Accessory day (Socks, jewelry)
Wednesday- Anything Christmas or Green and Red
Thursday- Ugly sweater

YIG meeting at lunch Tuesday 12/18/19 in Mr. Moore's room. Please attend to pick up some paperwork required for Lansing Conference and other things.

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up to speak with the KBOCC Wednesday Dec 19 during 2nd hour.

UPCOMING:

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
$45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, December 14th, 2018

LUNCH:

Cheezy Breadstick Pizza w/marinara sauce, tossed salad, fruit and milk


Alternate: Mini Cheeseburgers

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Evans is in for Mrs. Wilder today
Mr. Tehako is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Knisely today
Miss Schwartz is in for Mrs. Belanger today
Mr. Schultz is in for Mrs. Lohmann today
Mrs. Dault is in for Mrs. Sweeney for 5,6,7th Hours today


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

All 7th grade boys basketball players, we will have a meeting at lunch TODAY, December 14th, to turn in jerseys. Eat lunch first, and then meet out in the commons area.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

UPCOMING:

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendance is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.




REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
$45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

LUNCH:

Quesadillas, Black Bean Salsa, Carrots, fruit and milk


Alternate: Cold Ham & Cheese Sandwich

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Meleen 1-3 hours today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mr. Moore 4-6 hours today
Miss Schwartz is in for Mrs. Belanger 1st & 2nd hour today
Mrs. Belanger will be covered internally 3rd-6th hours today
Mrs. Giudicelli is in for Mrs. Belanger 7th hour today
Ms. Monette is in for Mrs. Maddux today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Today is National Ice Cream Day!!

There will be a High School Student Council Meeting TODAY, December 13th

All 7th grade boys basketball players, we will have a meeting at lunch Friday to turn in jerseys. Eat lunch first, and then meet out in the commons area.

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

UPCOMING:

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendance is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.



REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
$45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, December 12th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken tenders, baked beans, carrots, fruit and milk


Alternate: Egg Rolls

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Waara is in for Mrs. Knisely for 1st Hour today
Mrs. Turpeinen is in for Mrs. Knisely for 2nd Hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Students will be dismissed at 1:30 pm today for a teacher in service. The following is the class schedule for today:

1st hour 8:15-8:50
2nd hour 8:55-9:30
3rd hour 9:35-10:10
4th hour 10:15-10:50
5th hour 10:55-11:30
Lunch 6-12 11:30-12:00
6th hour 12:05-12:45
7th hour 12:50-1:30

Good Luck to our 8th Grade Boys Basketball Team in their big game tonight vs Baraga!! Game is at 5:00 p.m.

There will be a High School Student Council Meeting on Thursday, December 13th

International Travel Club Members: EF now requires passport information from every traveler about 3 months before your tour. The reason for this is both to ensure that everyone has a passport in time to travel and that it is valid for a minimum of 6 months after the tour as well as it is required to book certain components on certain tours. I have heard there is a possibility of a partial government shutdown in the new year and when that happens, passport applications stop processing so please start communicating with your group about the importance of applying for a passport if they do not already have one or haven’t already done so! For any questions about passports, check out travel.state.gov for more information." Please get your passport!!

UPCOMING:

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendance is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
$45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

LUNCH:

Hamburger on WG Bun, fresh veggies, fruit and milk


Alternate: Spicy Chicken Patty

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli Will be in for Ms. Belej today
Miss Schwartz is in for Ms. Poniatowski today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:


UPCOMING WEEKS:

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendance is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, December 10th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chili with meat & beans, cheddar goldfish, green peppers, fruit and milk


Alternate: Cheesy Breadsticks

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Quarter 2 Progress Reports get distributed today

UPCOMING WEEKS:

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendance is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Friday, December 7th, 2018

LUNCH:

Pepperoni French Bread Pizza, Fresh Veggies, fruit and milk


Alternate: Chicken Tenders

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Schwartz is in for Mrs. Belanger today
Mr. Tehako is in for Mrs. LaFave today
Mrs. Evans is in for Mrs. Turpeinen today
Mr. Meleen is out today and will be covered internally

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

There will be a Snowmobile Safety Class for individuals 12 or older. Under 18 will need a parent’s signature to participate. Class dates are December 15-16th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the KBOCC-Baraga. Attendence is required for both days. Space is limited. To register please call GLIFWC Warden Steve Amsler at (715) 562-0034 OR e-mail samsler@glifwcf.org

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

THIS WEEK:

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, December 6th, 2018

LUNCH:

Spaghetti Sauce on WG noodles, Green Beans,
Garlic Toast, fruit and milk


Alternate: Boneless Wings

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:


NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The field trip to MTU is cancelled for today and will be rescheduled sometime after break.

L’Anse Area Schools will be participating in a new food service option beginning on January 1st and ALL students enrolled at our school will be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at school at NO CHARGE to their household each day. Lunch accounts will remain active as students will still have to pay for ‘extras’. If students do not plan to purchase extras, families will likely want to attempt to bring their lunch account balances down to close to $0 prior to Christmas Vacation. Please remember that an accurate morning lunch count will be extra important to making this program work well.

There will no quiz bowl practice TODAY, December 6th after school. However, there will be practice at lunch TODAY.

Attention, quiz bowl students! Be at the school at 7 a.m. on Friday morning (December 7th) to take the bus to the TV-Six competition at NMU. We will returning during sixth hour. Students are responsible for work they will miss.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Dec 6th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

THIS WEEK:

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese Sand on WG Bread, Tomato Soup,
Carrots, Crackers, fruit and milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pocket

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Evans will be in for Ms. Budweg today
Mr. Nuranen will be in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. Waara is in for Mr. Jacobson for 1st hour today
Mrs. Schneider is in for Mrs. Knisely 7th hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Attention, quiz bowl students! Be at the school at 7 a.m. on Friday morning (December 7th) to take the bus to the TV-Six competition at NMU. We will returning during sixth hour. Students are responsible for work they will miss.

UPDATED: The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive TODAY, December 5, 2018. The Current Events class will come around during 1st hour to collect the donations for an 11 o’clock pick up. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Dec 6th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

THIS WEEK:

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Chunks, coleslaw, corn muffins, fruit and milk


Alternate: Meatball Sub

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mr. Schultz will be in for Ms. Wightman today
Mrs. Giudicelli will be in for Mrs. Belanger
Mrs. Evans will be in for Ms. Knisely 5th-7th hours today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

TODAY is National Cookie Day!

Youth in Government Students Grades 9-12: Get registered online ASAP! If you need any help, please see Mr. Moore.

The L'Anse Yearbook will be selling Santagrams during middle and high school lunch starting December 4th-December 19th. They are $1 and will be delivered to the students Thursday, December 20th during first hour.

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

THIS WEEK:

UPDATED: The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive until December 5th, 2018. Bring the items to your 1st hour. The Current Events class will come around during 1st hour to collect the donations for an 11 o’clock pick up. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

LUNCH:

WG Cheese Pizza, fresh veggies, fruit and milk




Alternate: Pretzel & cheese

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Evans will be in for Ms. Wightman today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Gov. Rick Snyder today joined President Donald Trump in ordering all U.S. and Michigan flags to be lowered to half-staff immediately and for the next 30 days in honor of former President George H.W. Bush, who died Friday, Nov. 30.

There will be NO 7th Grade Boys Basketball practice today.

Seniors your Rada orders and money are due to Ms. Poniatowski TODAY, December 3rd. Please make sure to get her both by the end of the day. Thanks!

NHS is hosting a blood drive TODAY, December 3rd from 10-2. To sign up, please contact any NHS member or Ms. Belej. Thank you!

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program. Toys will be picked up TODAY, December 3rd in Mr. Perry’s Room.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz by TODAY, December 3rd. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

Attention, International Travel Club students! your ticket money and prizes are due TODAY! Mrs. Belanger will not be at school on December 4th! You have a week to sell so go do it! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Belanger anytime!

THIS WEEK:

UPDATED: The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive until December 5th, 2018. Bring the items to your 1st hour. The Current Events class will come around during 1st hour to collect the donations for an 11 o’clock pick up. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.


Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Thursday, November 29, 2018

LUNCH:

BBQ pulled pork on a wg bun, corn, fruit and milk


Alternate: Baked Potato or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli will be in for Ms. Belej today
Mr. Cihak will be in for Mr. Hartman today
Mr. Tehako will be in for Mrs. Knisely 1-6 hours today
Mr. Moore will be in for Mrs. Knisely 7th hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on TODAY, Nov 29th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

NHS is hosting a blood drive Monday, December 3rd from 10-2. To sign up, please contact any NHS member or Ms. Belej. Thank you!

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz by December 3rd. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

Attention, International Travel Club students! Monday, December 3rd is the new due date for your ticket money and prizes! Mrs. Belanger will not be at school on December 4th! You have a week to sell so go do it! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Belanger anytime!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive until December 12, 2018. Bring the items to your 1st hour. The Current Events class will come around during 7th period to collect the donations. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program. Toys will be picked up Monday, December 3rd in Mr. Perry’s Room.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.




REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Drumsticks, mashed potatoes, gravy, sliced carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Pepperoni Hot Pockets or Spinach Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli will be in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. Belanger will be in for Mrs. Schneider 6th hour today
Mrs. Cichosz will be in for Ms. Budweg 7th hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Literary Club will meet briefly TODAY after school to discuss reading and get part assignments.

The Study Lab, hosted by TRIO Upward Bound, will be at Baraga HS on Thursday, Nov 29th from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. Students from L'Anse High School that need a ride should meet by the cafetorium immediately after school. Current participants and those that have applied are encouraged to attend.

NHS is hosting a blood drive Monday, December 3rd from 10-2. To sign up, please contact any NHS member or Ms. Belej. Thank you!

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive until December 12, 2018. Bring the items to your 1st hour. The Current Events class will come around during 7th period to collect the donations. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz by December 3rd. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

Attention, International Travel Club students! Monday, December 3rd is the new due date for your ticket money and prizes! Mrs. Belanger will not be at school on December 4th! You have a week to sell so go do it! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Belanger anytime!

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program. Toys will be picked up Monday, December 3rd in Mr. Perry’s Room.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.



REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch-time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

LUNCH:

Deluxe nachos, carrots, fruit & milk


Alternate: Corn Dog (No Salads until further notice)

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Mrs. Giudicelli will be in for Mr. Jacobson today
Mr. Schultz will be in for Mrs. Cangemi today
Mrs. Schneider will be in for Mrs. Augustine 7th Hour

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Sophomores and Junior Girls: Sign up for Women in CTE and tour the automotive, welding and construction classes in Hancock on Dec. 18th. Space in limited, so sign up ASAP.

There will be a High School Student Council meeting TODAY, Tuesday, November 27th during lunch

Literary Club will meet briefly after school this Wednesday to discuss reading and get part assignments.

The Current Events class is participating in the TV6 Can-a-thon! Please bring in your can goods for our food drive until December 12, 2018. Bring the items to your 1st hour. The Current Events class will come around during 7th period to collect the donations. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and support of our community.

Juniors (and maybe Seniors if room available): If you are interested in the spring campus trip to visit Michigan State, Ferris, Central, maybe U of M, and one other school. Sign up with Mrs. Grentz by December 3rd. Once signed up, letters will be sent home with more details. Please note that you must have a cumulative 2.5 GPA requirement and $100 non refundable payment due in January.

Attention, International Travel Club students! Monday, December 3rd is the new due date for your ticket money and prizes! Mrs. Belanger will not be at school on December 4th! You have a week to sell so go do it! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Belanger anytime!

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program. Toys will be picked up Monday, December 3rd in Mr. Perry’s Room.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.

TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, November 26, 2018

LUNCH:

Chicken Patty on wg bun, baked beans, calif. Blend veggies fruit & milk


Alternate: Pizza burger (No Salads until further notice)

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Giudicelli will be in for Mr. Jacobson today
Mrs. Schneider will be in for Ms. Belej 7th hour today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a High School Student Council meeting Tuesday, November 27th during lunch

Attention, International Travel Club students! Monday, December 3rd is the new due date for your ticket money and prizes! Mrs. Belanger will not be at school on December 4th! You have a week to sell so go do it! If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Belanger anytime!

Literary Club will meet briefly after school this Wednesday to discuss reading and get part assignments.

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:30-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

LUNCH:

6th-11th: Grab-N-Go Ham Sandwich, veg., fruit & milk



SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Ms. Schwartz will be in for Mrs. LaFave today
Ms. Giudicelli will be in for Mrs. Augustine today
Ms. Cangemi will in for Mr. Moore today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

11:55 a.m. dismissal TODAY. 5, 6, 7, 4th hours will be run.

Flags were lowered at half-staff on Tuesday, November 20th, in recognition of Detroit Firefighter Michael Lubig who passed away on November 8, 2018

There will be a High School Student Council meeting Tuesday, November 27th during lunch

Attention, International Travel Club students! Your money for the raffle is due on December 4th! Sell, sell, sell! If you need more tickets, stop by anytime and get them from Mrs. Belanger!

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 8th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:3-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

November 21 11:55 Dismissal (Hours 5, 6, 7, 4)
November 22 No School
November 23 No School
December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

LUNCH:

Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, carrots, crackers, fruit & milk
Alternate: Ham/Cheese Hot Pocket or salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Robert Nuranen will be in for Jan LaFave today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

Today the 8th grade class will have Skating, movie and pizza at the ice rink during sixth and seventh hours. Students are to report to sixth hour for attendance first. This is a reward for being the class with the greatest overall improvement on the spring M-Step tests.

There will be a High School Student Council meeting Tuesday, November 27th during lunch

Attention, International Travel Club students! Your money for the raffle is due on December 4th! Sell, sell, sell! If you need more tickets, stop by anytime and get them from Mrs. Belanger!

THIS WEEK:

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 7th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:3-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.



TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

November 21 11:55 Dismissal (Hours 5, 6, 7, 4)
November 22 No School
November 23 No School
December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

Jr./Sr. High Daily Announcements
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR:

Monday, November 19, 2018

LUNCH:

Dbl-Stuffed Pizza or Spaghetti, carrots & celery sticks w/ranch cups, fruit & milk
Alternate: Taco Salad

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS:

Robert Nuranen will be in for Jan LaFave today
Ms. Wilder will be in for Mr. Jacobson 3rd hour today
Mr. Hartman will be in for Ms. Knisely 1st hour today
Ms. Lohmann will be in for Ms. Knisely 2nd hour today
Ms. Dault will be covering the Jr/Sr High School Office today

NEW ANNOUNCEMENTS:

There will be a Senior Class meeting TODAY at lunch in the band room.

THIS WEEK:

On Tuesday, Nov 20th (Rescheduled from 11/16), the 8th grade class will have Skating, movie and pizza at the ice rink during sixth and seventh hours. Students are to report to sixth hour for attendance first. This is a reward for being the class with the greatest overall improvement on the spring M-Step tests.

Please bring unwrapped toys to Mr. Perry’s room for the Toys for Tots program.

Attention Quiz Bowl Students: Pick up your permission slip outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom for the December 7th competition at NMU in Marquette.

Attention International Travel Club Students: We need about six people to collect receipts at Econo Foods on Saturday, December 7th. The shifts are 11-1:30 and 1:3-4. Please sign up on the sheet on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Belanger’s classroom or on the google spreadsheet sent by Ms. Keyes. Gracias!

Juniors and Seniors: Sign up with Mrs. Grentz to tour MTU

Attention, International Travel Club students! You do not have to have the prizes in your possession yet for the raffle, but you should have asked local businesses for prizes by now. Don't forget to fill out the google spreadsheet to confirm your prizes. You will be receiving tickets soon to sell.

REMINDERS:

Students: If you park in the back parking lot you are not able to leave until after the busses have left and all students are expected to stay in the building upon arrival at school.

For student safety and school security, all school doors are locked during the school day and this will now include during lunch time. Please use the door buzzer system if you need to re-enter the building during the day and remember to be patient and respectful with those letting you in. Thank you!

Any student who plans to participate in any group walk out from school at anytime must have an excused absence note turned into the office prior to leaving. Students will not be allowed to call home during the school day to obtain this permission as that causes too much congestion in the office and too much time out of class therefore disrupting the educational process. Phone call permission will not be accepted for these events - you must plan ahead and have a verified written note preferably 1-3 days in advance. Thank you for understanding and working with the school officials to maintain an orderly and respectful environment for all involved.

Pre-Excused Absences: A note from your parent/guardian must be brought to the office to obtain a pre-excused absence slip and it must be signed by all teachers and returned to the office 3 days prior to being absent.


TUTORING:

Jr High Tutoring: Monday through Thursday Mrs. Grentz room 302

High School Tutoring: Monday and Wednesday Mr. Moore room 316
Tuesday and Thursday Mrs. Cangemi room 320

STUDENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The elementary after school GE program is looking for students who are at least 18 years old to work in their program. If you would be interested in learning more about this opportunity, please see Mrs. Grentz asap!

CLUB NEWS:

High School SADD meetings will take place Tuesdays at lunch in Mrs. Grentz’s office.

Attention all staff and students: The International Travel Club is once again collecting receipts from Econo Foods. Just bring them to Mrs. Belanger. Thank you!

Attention Quiz Bowl Students! Weekly meetings will take place in Mrs. Maddux’s room 306 at lunch on Thursdays and after school on Thursday’s in Mrs. Maddux room as well. Her classroom is 306 and on 3rd floor. New members in grades 8th-12th are welcome.

UPCOMING DATES TO REMEMBER:

November 21 11:55 Dismissal (Hours 5, 6, 7, 4)
November 22 No School
November 23 No School
December 10 Progress Report Distribution
December 12 1:30 Dismissal
December 21-January 1 No School
January 2 Classes Resume

COMMUNITY NEWS:

Online lunch account payments are now available! If you go to the school website (www.lanseschools.org) and select the 'Food Service' tab and then 'Pay School Lunch Account'. You will be directed to create an account in the RevTrak Store to pay your School Lunch Account online. Once you have created an account, you will be instructed to log in using your Skyward Family access credentials. Once logged in, it will show your balance and you can pay using a credit/debit card or e-check. There is a 3.6% service fee charged by the RevTrak company to use this service.

Registration for Ski Tigers is now open! You can register online at skitigers.com/registration
Ski Tigers provides weekly cross-country ski instruction and training programs to skiers ages 5-18. Activities begin in November for ages 11-18 and January for ages 5-13, and run through March.
Register before Dec 1 for early bird pricing and receive a club swag item. Scholarships, partial refunds, and rental equipment are available. Club base membership is $30 now through Dec. 1, $45 from Dec 2-15, and $60 after Dec. 15. Registration closes Dec. 31, and late registration is not accepted. Additional fees apply based on program level (Youth $30, Adventure $155, Development $155, or Competition $280).
Get all your questions answered online and on Facebook, or email info@skitigers.com.

 

 

 
 

 
 

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