Date: November 6, 2018
Lunch: Tacos, Tator Tots, Corn
Tomorrow's Lunch: Pizza and Fruit Salad
Absent: Bella Peters Keelee Retan
Jace Peters Evan Peters
Aiden Hanson Sydnee Lee
Students of the month: Brianna Bergum & Jacob McAllister
Brianna has been chosen for student of the month for many reasons. First of all, Brianna has a kind and helpful nature even when she is not having the best of days. Brianna is always willing to help and is the lead or co-lead in many different projects. One thing about Brianna that stands out above the rest is her wicked sense of humor that is infectious and positive. Her joy makes you want to smile. Brianna's Pledge of Allegiance starts our day out right. Not to mention her leadership on the Volleyball Court. (Good Luck at State)
Thank you Brianna for being a light to our school and modeling what it is like to be outstanding.
Jacob was chosen for his leadership skills and his involvement in the Moore School. This past month alone Jacob has had a hand in pumpkin carving, blessing in a backpack, red-ribbon week, MT Hope project, District Volleyball Tournament clock and concessions, Divisional VB help in concessions, and much more. He does an outstanding job with announcements each day. He is courteous to others by noticing needs around him. Jacob is a thinker. He thinks through problems, this skill helps him in being a strong leader in the Moore School who is always willing to step up and take charge.
Thank you Jacob for being a leader in our school and modeling what it is like to serve others selflessly.
NHS members and sophomores, wreath sales are due November 13.
FCCLA will be doing their annual Can the CAT vs. Can the GRIZ food drive now through November 16, 2018. The class that collects the most food items will win a Butterbraid party from FCCLA. Elementary classrooms will have two boxes set up in each classroom for collection, and junior high/high school advisers will have the collection boxes in their classrooms (i e. I have the 7th graders, so their boxes will be in my classroom). Good luck!
Volleyball practice is in Hobson this week.
Open gym for High School on Tuesday at 7:00 PM in Moore.
The Montana Hope Project Fundraiser kicks off today! It's a competition to see who raises the most money. Find the appropriate box to put your donation in, and watch for incentives throughout the next few weeks. Talk to an NHS member or Mrs. Wichman for more information.
A rep MSU-Bozeman will be in Mrs. Vaughn's room on Thursday, November 8 at 10 am.
COMMUNITY SEND OFF DINNER - WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7TH AT 6:30
The volleyball parents are providing a pasta dinner on Wednesday night in Hobson at 6:30 as a Send-Off Dinner for the team. If you are not a parent and planning to attending, we ask that you please bring a dessert to share. Let’s help celebrate the team's accomplishments and help send them on their way to State. Go Titans!
High School students, there is a pep bus on Thursday for Volleyball. You need to sign up in the office with $5. Space is limited. Bus leaves Thursday at 8:30. A signed yellowsheet needs to be turned in to the office before you leave.
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