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  • 10/11/2019


    No School.  Teacher/Parent Conferences.


  •  10/10/2019


    No School.  Teacher/Parent Conferences.


  • 10/9/2019

    Make sure you check in with your LA teacher today about our fall break reading challenge!  Pick one of three options to get some reading in this weekend, fill out the form you got from your math teacher, and turn it in to your LA teacher Monday to win a gift card! One winner will be picked for each team in the building!


    Raslin news!  Next week intramurals are Wednesday and Thursday…no wrestling Tuesday the 15th… but rather 16th and 17th.


    Speech and Drama Team—There is a change in our practice schedule so listen up! There is no practice after school today because of the long weekend. You should take your scripts home this weekend and finish memorizing. Next week, we will have practice on Tuesday until 4:00. The first part is for practice and then you will present to the group. Bring drinks and Mrs. Nekolny will provide snacks. Same on Wednesday.  See Mrs. Nekolny with questions.


    Attention 7th grade boys interested in trying out for basketball:  We will have an informational meeting during your lunch period in the wood gym TODAY.  Even if you are not 100% sure you want to try out, come to the wood gym at the start of your lunch today for a quick meeting.  If you have any questions, see Mr. Lenz.


    Sporting News


    The 7th Grade Girls Single A Volleyball team defeated the Kennedy Eagles last night in the second round of the conference tournament.  It was by far not our best match of the season; however, the Patriots kept fighting for a victory!  We are happy to have this match behind us and all the nerves that went with it!  We are going to work hard at practice, focus and prepare for the semi-final game, which will be held at Crone next Wednesday October 16th.  Believe in yourself and your teammates and you will be successful!


    The 7th grade double A volleyball team played one of their best games of the season, last night when they defeated Crone in two sets. The Patriots brought their DOUBLE A game and beat the panthers 25 to 7 and 25 to 15. The Patriots played smart and aggressive at the net, and would not give up on broken plays. Next up are the semi-finales next week at Lincoln, versus Scullen. Great game Double A.


    The 8AA volleyball team played a tough Gregory team last night. The Patriots had a hard time getting things going, as they found themselves down early in game three of the match. Luckily, the girls hit the reset button and were able to regroup for the win. Good luck in the final four 8AA.


    Last night our 8A volleyball team beat Washington to advance to the semifinals in the conference tournament. In game one, our Patriots came out ready and never looked back, defeating the wildcats 25-9. The second set, we got ourselves in a little bit of trouble, but were able to pull it together to pull out the win. We are next in action against Gregory, on Wednesday. Nice job ladies!


  • 10/08/2019


    Attention photography club members: If you took photos at last week’s spirit assembly or if you took photos of people reading novels by Alan Gratz, please upload your photos to the photography or yearbook slide deck.  We need those pictures so please upload them today. If you need help or have questions contact Mrs. Nix.  Thank you. 


    Sporting News


    Congratulations on completing your last regular season meet, Patriots Cross Country Team! Coaches Curtis, Kahl and Schweinberg are so proud of all of the hard work you have put in thus far in the season! Our 7th grade girls came out victorious.  The 7th grade boys also ran hard against Kennedy and Still, but placed second. Eighth grade girls followed, but could not beat the Eagles. It was a very close race. Last, but certainly not least, our eighth grade boys ran hard. Next stop, conference! Way to go Patriots.


    Well, the 7th grade Flag Football team’s season came to an end yesterday with a loss to Kennedy.  What we lacked in wins on the scoreboard, we more than made up for with wins in personal gains: friendships, growth as athletes, and growth as people working together.  Coaches Rester, Harper, and Smid are proud and honored to have had the opportunity to be associated with this year’s team.


    Last night the 8th grade flag football team traveled to Lincoln in a semifinal match up.  The Patriots played one of their best games of the year but unfortunately were defeated 12 to 0.  Overall, the Patriots had a great season and made many improvements.  Coach Mike, Coach Bil, and Coach O’Malley are very proud of all the athletes.  Great season 8th grade A-team.


  • 10/7/2019


    If you would like to help prepare for our awesome Alan Gratz author visit, please come to Room 226 tomorrow (Tuesday) and/ or Wednesday before school at 7:25. We will be talking about our displays, posters, and more! We would love to get all grade levels involved, so bring a friend and stop by with markers, scissors, and your great ideas.  Remember to send pictures of you, your friends, your family members, and your teachers reading Alan Gratz’s novels to Mrs. Nekolny, Mrs. Halblander or Mrs. Sherry so we can include them in a special project!



    Attention Speech and Drama Team-A reminder that we have rehearsals after school on both Tuesday and Wednesday until 3:45 this week. There’s no school on Friday, so make Tuesday and Wednesday really count!

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