• CRIMESTOPPERS:          309-3820 – Call Crimestoppers if you have any information about a crime or theft. 

    All calls are confidential. Rewards may be given for information on thefts and other crimes. 

    LOST:  Silver ring with simple design – very sentimental

    LOST:  Nike wallet, dark brown/black

    FOUND:  Small purse found in school vehicle


    ACTIVITIES:                     Core Teachers’ Student Support Session– 7:05 a.m.

    October 23                            Aspire Testing  9th & 10th grade – Science – Various Rooms - 7:45 a.m.

                                                    Debate @ Hoisington – 1 p.m.

                                                    JV Football @ Central – 5:00 p.m.


    EARLY RELEASE:          Please dismiss debaters at 1:00 p.m. today to attend a tournament


    MENU FOR TODAY:      Pork rib sandwich on a Hoagie bun, BBQ sauce, potato salad, Mandarin oranges



    Girls Soccer meeting in Room 2215 during ELO A, Thursday, October 26


    Salina College Fair – Wednesday, November 1 - 6:30-8:00 p.m.

    Muir Gymnasium/Student Activities Center @ Kansas Wesleyan University

    As a student you will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from more than 35 colleges. FREE!


    Picture Retakes and the Senior Panoramic will be taken tomorrow, October 24.  Retakes will be from 9:38-11:15 in the collaborative area outside Room 1306 and the Panoramic will be at 10:30 a.m. in the gym.  If you were absent, forgot portrait money, need a retake, or didn’t buy portraits and want to buy now, this is your chance.  For retakes, you must return your original portraits.  HAND THEM to your photographer when you go for retakes.   To purchase new portraits, bring your order form and money.  Order forms for both retakes and the senior panoramic are available in the main office. 


    Seniors who attend SATC, be sure to ask your instructor if you can leave early on Tuesday for the Senior Panoramic!


    A “Day with the Kansas Army National Guard” experience is planned for October 26, 8:30 am to 2 pm where 9 - 12 grade students will participate in several simulators—convoy operations and rifle marksmanship, experience Army chow, learn about vehicle maintenance and recovery and participate in first aid training.  If you are interested in attending this event, contact SSG Arlander Johnson III by email at arlander.j.johnson.mil@mail.mil OR call: 785-230-9033. This will be an excused absence when your parent calls you into attendance. The school will not arrange for transportation or registration.


    Every year Drama Club participates in a state-wide activity called "Trick Or Treat So Kids Can Eat" (TOTS-EAT).  Students can dress in costume (optional) and go 'trick-or-treating' for canned food donations.  This year we've chosen to go 'trick or treating' on Thursday, October 26 starting at 4:40.  Students can actually collect food anytime and bring it to school on the 26th, and if they want to join in on the trick-or-treating we'll meet at 4:40 on the stage to split into groups and go out to the community. 


    SENIORS: Applicants for the Dane G. Hansen Career and Technical Education Scholarship must submit to the Hansen Foundation a completed application form and three personal letters of reference postmarked no later than October 27, 2017.  Students can download the form online at Dane Hansen Foundation.  Recipients must enroll as a full-time student in any career and technical education program in any Kansas School, as long as it does not lead to a four-year degree. 100 scholarships of $4,000 each are available to encourage students who seek competence through career and technical education.


    Voice of Democracy 2017-18 Theme “American History: Our Hope for the Future” patriotic audio essay competition with a grand prize: $30,000 scholarship is open to students in grades 9-12 who submit their original 3-5 minutes’ essay on an audio CD or flash drive by October 31, 2017.  For more information students may visit VFW or pick up an application with rules and regulations in the Student Center.


    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY:  The Special Olympics volleyball tournament for area athletes is Saturday, October 28. Volunteers are needed to help at the tournament. The tournament will be held at Southeast of Saline High School and will run from 8:30 am to approximately noon, with awards then ending at 1 p.m. (sticking around for the awards ceremony is optional). All volunteers receive a free Special Olympics t-shirt and no prior knowledge of volleyball is necessary. Any volunteers of any age will be used as line judges, score keepers and referees. Those interested in volunteering can sign up online by going to www.ksso.org/volunteer/volunteer-at-an-event and selecting NC Regional Volleyball from the list of upcoming events.



    Student of the Week:  Keana Steinle is a senior at South High.  She is the daughter of Kelsi and Stephen Steinle.  She is active in Track & Field and Conditioning.  Keana states, “My favorite class in school is weightlifting.  I look forward to seeing my friends.”  She loves to play video games, create art, and lift weights.  Her favorite color is blue.  Keana has two dogs and their names are Reedus and Valkyrie.  Keana plans to join the Air Force when she graduates.


    Recruiters/Colleges – During Lunch in Lower Gym:

    Today, October 23 – U.S. Marine Recruiter

    Tuesday, October 24 – Washburn University

    Thursday, October 26 – Kansas State University – Manhattan




    Positive Behavior Quarterly Celebrations


    Students will be able to participate in the November 7 Positive Behavior Celebration if they have no 1st or 2nd block tardies from September 15 thru October 31.


    November 7

    No Tardies

    Gift Certificate Extravaganza

    January 9

    No “F’s”

    Snacks and Teacher Sumo Wrestling

    April 2

    No cuts

    Ice Cream Social

    May 3

    No referrals

    Hot Dogs and Games at Jerry Ivy Park

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