FAITH SCHOOL BULLETIN
November 14th, 2019
LUNCH MENU: Hamburgers and Tater Tots and Monday will be Chicken Vegetable Cream Soup and Breadsticks
LUNCH LINE ORDER: Freshmen 12:06, Seniors 12:07, Juniors 12:08, and Sophomores 12:09
NOON DUTY: Mrs. Hlavka
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR LADY LONGHORNS for once again qualifying for the State B Volleyball Tournament in Rapid City. Our girls should be playing their first game at 2:45 MT on Thursday, November 21. Therefore, we will have NO SCHOOL on Thursday, November 21. The team can pick up make-up slips for Wednesday, November 20th in the office today.
There is Elementary Boys Basketball today at Dupree beginning at 4:30 PM and Jr. High Girls Basketball here with McIntosh beginning at 4:30 PM.
The Faith Public/School Library's board meeting will be Monday, November 18th at 6pm.
Today is mid-term and grades will need to be posted by noon on Tuesday, November 19th.
212 Guys and Gals 4H club - pick up your fundraising packet from Mrs. Hanson by today - we need this fundraiser if we want to continue to be a buckle sponsor for the Meade Co rodeo - we will be selling popcorn and beef jerky.
There will be a Jr. High Girls Basketball Tournament here this Saturday beginning at 9 AM.
FHS Student Council is sponsoring a High School Co-Ed Volleyball Tournament on November 26 at 4:30pm in the school gym. Entry forms and fees are due to Mrs. Fischbach by NOON on Monday, Nov 25th. Forms can be picked up from Mrs. Fischbach.
Chadron State College will have an admission rep here Monday, November 18th during high school lunch period. SDSU will be here Wednesday, November 20th during high school lunch period.
Wrestling practice begins on Monday, November 18th.
Jr. High Girls Basketball here on Monday with Lemmon beginning at 5 PM.
Cheerleading Meeting Monday, November 18th at 3:45 PM in the lunchroom. Anyone 8th grade and up interested in boys basketball cheerleading please plan to attend. Mrs. Jordan
“Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.”
—Henry James (1843-1916); Author, Critic