Breakfast. . .Waffles, Syrup & Cereal
Lunch. . .Chicken & Noodles, Green Beans, Peaches, Breadstick
Salad Bar. . .Cottage Cheese, Breadstick, Fruit
GAP Meetings 11:15-12:00
JV/V G BB @ Liberty..6:00 (Bus leaves at 4:30)
Breakfast. . .Breakfast Pizza & Cereal
Lunch. . Pizza Dippers, Salad/Tomato, Strawberries, Yogurt
Salad Bar. . .Boiled Eggs, Cookie & Fruit
Red Carpet Day @ MSU-West Plains..8:45-2:30
JV/V B BB @ Cabool..6:00 (Bus leaves at 4:45)
Breakfast. . . Cinnamon Toast & Oatmeal
Lunch. . . Grilled Cheese, Tomato Soup, Baked Apples, Ice Cream
Salad Bar. . .Cheesy Pretzels & Fruit
SCA Honor Band Clinic & Concert
1. Hallway Music:
TODAY - Inspirational
Thursday - Throwback: 1977
Friday - Student Requests
2. The following students need to meet with Dr. Michael Orf in the library, TODAY at 10:45 to set up MSU-West Plains Grizzly accounts:
Lacy Bell Dena Burmingham Andrew Carda Justyn Cheatham
Cassidy Crewse Rebekah Davis Dedra Earls Christopher Falkner
Courtney Ford Kaegin Osborn Taylor Rothermich Jasmine Wood
3. All FBLA members who received medals at the FBLA Awards Ceremony last week need to meet in Mrs. Pettit's room at 8:20 am Thursday morning for a group picture
4. There will be GAP meetings on Thursday from 11:15-12:00. You will need to pick up your lunch in the Bears Den and then report to your GAP advisors room.
5. Sophomores: If you are interested in possibly attending SCCC (vo-tech) your junior and senior year, you will have an opportunity to tour their facilities and learn more about their programs on Thursday, February 9. Keep in mind, you will NOT be allowed to attend SCCC if you have lost any credits your freshmen or sophomore years. You MUST have 16 credits earned in order to enroll. The programs offered at SCCC include:
• Auto Collision
• Auto Mechanics
• Commercial Art and Advertising (Creative Design)
• Culinary Arts (Foods)
• Health Science (Nursing)
• Pharmacy Tech (Seniors only - would take Health Science junior year)
The bus will leave at 8:15 for the tour and presentation. Plan to bring money to purchase your lunch afterward. If you would like to attend the tour, please sign the list on Mrs. Munson's door by Friday, February 3rd.
6. National Wear Red Day Friday. This is part of the American Heart Association's Go Red for Women campaign to help bring awareness to heart disease in women. This event does conflict with the maroon and white theme of Bully-Free Spirit Week. We have stickers available for students to wear. We also have a red dress pins available to purchase for $1. See Miss Connie for a FREE sticker or to purchase a pin.
7. Photography enthusiasts, school website is in need of some quality photos of the front of each school building. We need photos of HS, MS, elementary, new gym. Best photos will be awarded top three prizes of $15/$10/$5 in cold hard cash. Please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org. No students should be in any of the photos. The school will have the rights to these photos upon submission. Thanks for your help!
8. BULLYING-FREE SPIRIT WEEK
TODAY– “Put Bullying to bed”
THURSDAY – “I’d rather be an “occupation” than a bully”
Choose a profession or career and dress accordingly
FRIDAY – “Our school believes, achieves and succeeds in being bully-free”
Wear maroon and white
9. New research indicates that 15 to 20 percent of kids are bullied at some point of their school careers.