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Daily Announcements will be posted here once daily. Any last minute schedule changes will be posted on the Home Page on the right side of the page. If you would like to have the Daily Announcements emailed to you daily, please contact Mary Lawson at the school.

 

Daily Announcements
November 22

Wednesday     Nov.  22 – Dismissal at 1:30 for Thanksgiving
Thursday         Nov. 23 – NO SCHOOL
Friday              Nov. 24 – NO SCHOOL
Monday            Nov. 27 – Gregory Band and Choir Festival
Tuesday           Nov. 28- Elementary Family Night                            
Thursday         Nov. 30– JR/HS Christmas Concert 7:30pm
Friday              Dec. 1--  Elementary Christmas Concert 7pm

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Girls’ basketball Open Gym 
Nov 22 – Plank

PLAY PARTY: All cast and crew are invited on Sunday evening, December 3rd, at 6:00 PM at the Harris Homestead...Pizza will be provided and you bring your choice of pop, juice, and I have water! We will watch the play and enjoy! See you there!

National Family Week Nov. 19-24: Celebrate Families by doing activities together.

Elementary Parent Night Tues. Nov. 28: supper at 5;30-6:15 at the Plankinton School Commons. Please check your student’s folder for this flyer. RSVP by Mon. Nov. 20.

Let’s Make A Change
Plankinton School seventh grade student, Austin Hauge, has had a challenging start to his school year.  What started out as a common illness has led to some major medical issues.  Austin has been taking this all in stride with a smile, but right now, they could use a “Change”!  To help the family defer some of the expenses incurred during this process, Plankinton School District is collecting “Change”!  Your pennies, dimes, nickels, quarters and even your spare bills will be collected from November 27th thru December 1st.  There will be jars in the elementary wing, at the front office, in the Library and they will be out at the Christmas Concerts that week!  (If you wish to send a check, please make it out to Marsha and Rocky Hauge.)  Let’s Make A Change in someone’s life and support this family as they work on finding some answers!  A jar will also be at the F&M Bank and Ron's Market for community members to participate! 

PINS FOR AUSTIN
Austin Hauge is an amazing young man, with a huge heart, and is member of the Titan Wrestling Family. Pins for Austin is fundraiser designed to help the family of Austin Hauge with medical, travel and any other expenses acquired while receiving care. Austin has several medical issues and most recently a blood clot in his lung. The Titan Wrestling team is asking to help this great family out by pledging money for every pin the team gets this season. You can donate any amount of money per pin that you would like. Our goal as a team is to reach 100 pins this season. We will keep track of the pins and post them in the Plankinton and Mt. Vernon School announcements, so everyone will know how many pins we are at. Thank you from the Titan Wrestling Family.

Titan Apparel Order – All Titan orders are due Monday, November 27 to have before Christmas
 
Titan Youth Wrestling: Boys and girls-grades Pre-K-6th.  First practice is Tues. Dec. 12 at 6:00 for beginners, 6:30 for advanced. Practice will be in the Plankinton School wrestling room. Must have AAU card to practice and compete.

Juniors & Seniors - The Northern State University rep will be here on Monday, November 27th at 11:00 am.  Sign up and make up class work if you are planning to attend this.

Collective Goods (Books Are Fun):  Need a Christmas gift, stocking stuffer, or birthday present?  Come check out what’s for sale from Collective Goods.  Place order on by Tuesday, November 28th and order will be delivered on Wednesday, November 29.

Juniors Nov. 29th - You will all be taking the ASVAB test on Wednesday, November 29th.  This will take all morning.  Thanks!

Tastefully Simple fundraiser: last day to order is Mon. Nov.27th. Orders are due to Miss Erpelding on Tues. Nov. 28.

Fall 2017 ACT Prep Class
Dates:  Nov 28th, Nov 30th, Dec 4th, and  Dec 5th
Time:  6:30 – 9:00
Place:  MHS Library
Bring:  Pencil, Calculator
Cost:  $50.00 – Please make checks payable to Mitchell High School
Mrs. Bruinsma has the form for YOU to send in.

Band / Choir:
HS Choir Schedule
High School
Monday: Full
Tuesday: Full
Wednesday: Chamber
Thursday: Full
Friday: Chamber

Junior High:
Monday: Band
Tuesday: Choir
Wednesday: Band
Thursday: Choir
Friday: Band
$10 for lunch money for Gregory:  Casondra G.,  Felipe L., Brianna L.

Nyomi pay your $7 ASAP

DATES FOR YOUR CALENDAR FOR THE UP COMING WEEKS/MONTHS:
Tuesday, December 5 – CPR Training 9am Freshmen Class
Tuesday, December 19 – Semester Tests
Wednesday, December 20 – Semester Tests
Thursday, December 21 – End of 1st Semester
Friday December 22 – January 2 – Christmas Vacation
Wednesday, January 3 – 2nd Semester Begins – Welcome Back!
Friday, January 5th - Winter Sports Pictures at 1:30 PM in Mt. Vernon
Friday, January 26th  - 8th Annual Shoot For A Cure Event at the Plankinton School.  Shirt order forms and more information will be coming in the December Newsletter.  Thank you for your continued support with all proceeds going to the Aurora County Cancer Fund, Inc

Winter Gear Donation: There is donation box at the front office. All donations will be given to Veterans and their families who need it. Sponsored by the Junior Legion Auxiliary.

MENU BREAKFAST: 
Wed. Nov. 22—Long John
Mon. Nov. 27—Cereal/Toast
Tues. Nov. 28—Breakfast Boats
Wed. Nov. 29—Donut
Thurs. Nov. 30-French Toast
Fri. Dec. 1-Cereal/Toast

MENU LUNCH:  
Wed. Nov. 22—Goulash, ww bread, corn, pears
Mon. Nov. 27-Burgers/ww bun,French fries, Broc/Cauli Salad, Mandarin Oranges***
Tues. Nov. 28- Chick Strips,WW Bread, Rice, Carrots, Apples
Wed. Nov. 29—Chili Soup, WW Saltines, Carmel Rolls, banana
Thur. Nov. 30—Chicken Tortilla Bake, Corn, Applesauce***
Fri. Dec. 1—Beef Burritos/ww shell, Greeen Beans, Choc. Chip Bar, Pears
***denotes change from menu

QUOTE FOR THE DAY “Thanksgiving isn’t just a day… It’s a way we can live our lives every day.”
Katrina Mayer