The Grab 'N Go will be closed for lunch today, October 5.
Students who registered for the PSAT, remember you are meeting with Mrs. Cole in the Commons for Pride today. Bring a pencil!!!
Do you like playing capture the flag? Do you want to participate in the Hunger Drive? Capture the Cans is on Wednesday, October 11th from 6:30-8:00 pm. Teams of students will compete to steal as many cans for their team as possible in a capture the flag/Hunger Games style event. The event will take place in and around the football stadium. Sign-ups are in the activities office and DUE on Friday, October 6th. Come out and support the Hunger Drive!
Attention all students: By the end of the first quarter all students should have completed the development of the Career and Academic Portfolio. After completion of the portfolio all students were to engage in activities in relation to self-understanding as it relates to their grade level. Your reflection needs to be added to your portfolio. Due to technical difficulties many students were not able to complete this work. Mrs. Cleppe will be holding PRIDE sessions to help student complete this work prior to the end of the quarter over the next two weeks. Seniors will do this work Monday in Advisory. Please sign up via ICAP Support on Flexisched starting next week.
Students looking for volunteer service hours: Armstrong Elementary is having their Fall Festival this Friday (10/6) and need help with set up Thursday night as well as help working the games and activities for students Friday night from 5:00-8:00 pm. The games and activities run on 30 minutes shifts and set up/take down an hour or so. If interested, sign up with Mrs. Henson in Student Services.
On Friday the 13th during PRIDE Bettendorf Grad, Matthew Speak, will be talking about his new suspenseful and spooky book series "Bettendorf Tales". Devil's Glen, the first in the series, is available for check out in the library.
If you are interested in volunteering with Bett FCCLA and Iowa Masonic come to Ms. Kieffer's Pride time on Friday, Oct. 6. The program is called Music and Memory and we will have a guest speaker this Friday to give us more information on how we can help! Sign up for Ms. Kieffer's pride Friday if interested!
John Deere is offering a Law and Legal Services Career Exploring program for high school students at their world headquarters in Moline. This is an exciting program that covers a wide variety of legal topics including criminal, civil, or environmental law and will meet one evening a month. The open house and informational session will be held at Deere World Headquarters on October 19th from 7 – 8:30 PM. The schedule for the rest of the school year will be determined at that meeting based on student input. If interested, email or stop and see Mrs. Cole in Student Services today!!
German Club Members: Don't forget to let Frau Steiner know if you will attend the field trip next Tuesday to the German-American Heritage Center and if you need a ride or not. Bring your $3 for admission by Friday (10/6).
Students traveling to Germany next summer with GAPP: Please read your school G-Mail and fill out your information form ASAP if you haven't already done so. Remember that your trip deposit is due by October 13th. Questions? See Frau Steiner in D270.
French Club meets tomorrow/Friday (10/6) after school in Room D268, Ms. Conrad's room. Please bring your fundraising forms to turn in!
The first Fellowship of Christian Athletes meeting will be Thursday Oct. 5th at 7:40 am in the PE Classroom.
French Club meets Friday (10/6) after school in Room D268, Ms. Conrad's room.
Harry Potter Club meets Thursday (10/5) in room C300.
Thursday - 10/5
9:15 - Mount Mercy
10:00 - Grinnell College
10:30 - Bradley University
1:00 - Univ. Wisconsin - Platteville
Stop into Student services for a pass to visit colleges, or sign up during Pride time.