High School Announcements

Monday, November 13                      

 

1.               Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

 

 Tuesday, November 14                                                        

1.               There will be a key club meeting in the band room today.

2.             The Kohler High School Math Team competed at the St. Lawrence Seminary Math Meet last night. Kohler Team 1 finished in 3rd place. Team 1 members were Leon Chen, Hallie Wollin, Christy Zheng, Jack Kral, George Palof, Ashley Thyes, Aleah Roeber, and Harshal Kanade. Individual medalists were George (3rd place for Juniors) and Harshal (1st place for Freshmen).

3.               Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

                                                                    

 Wednesday, November 15                                                                                  

1.               The Student Council will be hosting a raffle sale for the “Best Seat” at the first boys’ basketball game, December 1st. Not only will you have a great view of the game from a luxurious couch, but food and beverages will be served directly to you. Soda, popcorn, pizza, and an ice cream sundae bar. Also, the winner can select 2 other friends to join them. So buy some raffle tickets!!! Tickets are only $1! Raffle tickets can be purchased on November 16-21 during Middle/High School lunches. A winner will be picked on Monday, November 27th. Middle, High School students, and teachers can win.

2.Yoga on the Lake will be hosting Kohler high students from 3:15-4pm!  We hope you'll join us!

3.               Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

 

Thursday, November 16                                           

1.               The Student Council will be hosting a raffle sale for the “Best Seat” at the first boys’ basketball game, November 28. Not only will you have a great view of the game from a luxurious couch, but food and beverages will be served directly to you. Soda, popcorn, pizza, and an ice cream sundae bar. Also, the winner can select 2 other friends to join them. So buy some raffle tickets!!! Tickets are only $1! Raffle tickets can be purchased on November 16-21 during Middle/High School lunches. A winner will be picked on Monday, November 27th. Middle, High School students, and teachers can win.

2.               Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

   

   Friday, November 10                    It is a "M" week 

1.               If anyone in FPS wants to get started on the next problem please pick up new fuzzy, research information, and booklet in Mrs. Grossen's room. There will also be a meeting on Friday at lunch.

2.               Today, the 6th grade Girl Scouts will be hosting a blanket making workshop for some of the elementary students who have signed up, and a few 4th grade girl scouts- 20 in all. Our leader needs to leave out of town tomorrow last minute, so I'm looking for 2-3 high school volunteers to help out with supervision.  The workshop will go from 315-430 at the very latest. We will meet in the cafeteria, and the blankets made will be donated to Project Linus. Please come to the high school office for more information.

3.               We have three reps attending this week.  Today, there will be a rep from Northern Michigan University here during bomber time.  On Friday, a representative from Paul Mitchell Salon School will be visiting during 7th period.  Please stop in Mrs Voice's office if you are interested.

4.               Any Boys Basketball players that will be going on the team building day on Saturday, please fill out the Google Form that Coach E sent earlier this week.  If you don’t fill it out, you run the risk of not getting lunch.

5.               If you missed opening night of Seussical the musical, don't worry. You have 3 more chances to see the show: tonight at 7pm, Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 2pm in the theater. Tickets are $5 at the door. See you at the show!

6.             Attention Seniors and sophomores; Jostens will be back to take your ring, cap, gown, and other graduation supply orders on Friday, November 10th during lunch in the cafeteria hallway.  Please bring your completed order form along with your deposit. Extra packets are available in the office.

7.               Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications.