Quote of the Day: "Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow." --Melody Beattie
NO SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 18TH
Birthday(s) for today: Antonia Langowski, Hunter Bowman, Lauren Wolf, Alexis Holub, Zach Kite
Vocabulary Words of the Week
Thursday- Infinite- without limits or an end
There are an INFINITE number of stars in the universe.
Friday- Fatigue- the condition of being very tired
I felt nothing but FATIGUE after the twenty-mile bike ride.
Congratulations to the top science fair participants! Taylor Hately and Ian Vanderkooi, Ian Seidler, Maxwell Rehlinger, and best of show Elizabeth TenBarge. They all received gifts cards sponsored by the PTO and all participants received free food coupons from Culvers Franchising and McDonalds Waunakee! Great job to all those that participated.
On Thursday, April 17 the 6th grade band will have a combined band rehearsal at 1:44-2:25pm.
The PTO Markey Day Cookie Dough sale has begun. Every student that sells 15-24 boxes will receive a $10 gift certificate, 25-34 is $25 and 35+ is a $50 certificate. Sale proceeds benefit our schools directly.
Students interested in picking up a form for Optimist Youth Baseball League form in the office. Forms are due by April 15th.
Students interested in CREW softball training camp may pick up a flyer in the office.
Students interesting in participating in a summer tech camps for ages 7-18 may stop in the office to pick up a registration brochure.