Friday, April 28, 2017 Edition
Today is a B day here at the Belleville Middle/High School.
All sporting activities were cancelled yesterday due to wet and cold conditions. Some practices did happen however. We will see what happens today with our scheduled activities.
MS TRACK AND FIELD - Our MS tracksters will be traveling to Clinton for their Invitational. Good Luck, Wildcats!
HS TRACK AND FIELD - Our Track and Field team will be going to participate in the Oregon Relays this evening. Teams participating will be DeForest, Edgewood, Oregon, Portage and Sugar River at the Oregon High School. Meet will be at the 4:30 p.m.
BASEBALL - Our Varsity Baseball team will be heading to New Glarus for their game against the Knights this evening. Game starts at 5:00 p.m.
SOFTBALL - Our Lady Wildcats will be hosting the Lake Mills L Cats in their game this evening. Game starts at 5:00 p.m.
SOCCER - Our JV and Varsity Raiders will be playing in Monroe this evening. The games will be played at the Honey Creek Park in Monroe. Both games start at 5:00 p.m.
Our JV Soccer team is also scheduled to play in the an Invitational on Saturday. Teams participating will be Divine Savior Holy Angels, Waunakee, Middleton and our very own Sugar River Raiders. Game starts at 5:00 p.m.
SOLE AND ENSEMBLE - Good Luck to all of our students at the State Solo and Ensemble tomorrow in Platteville.
SENIORS - Reminder that the first round of local scholarships are due Monday, May 1st by 3:30 to Mrs. Norton.
FORENSICS - State Forensics students will be having their picture taken today at 9:20. Please meet in front of the High School office at that time.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - The National Honor Society is sponsoring a 'Gently Used' Book Drive to help fill the Free Libraries that our Trades classes are busy building. If you have any books for any ages, please bring them to the HS office or Mrs. Alsteens' room. Great way to help keep our community reading.
SENIORS - Order your Graduation flowers early. The cost will be $2.50 a stem. Please pay when you order, see Mrs. Alsteens with questions. The orders must be in by May 12th!
JUNIORS - There will be two decorating sessions this weekend, Saturday from 10 a.m. - Noon and Sunday from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. This is our last weekend to work on decorations before Prom next weekend! Please enter through the doors by the cafeteria. We will meet in Ms. Olson's room. Please come ready to work!
OPPORTUNITY - Interested in earning two hours of Community Service? or maybe eating some free pizza? If you answered yes, here are the details....
On Wednesday, May 3rd, we will be hosting a Town Hall meeting on the topic of "Teen Mental Health in our Community". The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. and will include short speaker presentations as well as a question and answer session.
We recognize how busy your lives are right now and we want to be sure you have something to eat after practice, work or whatever you might be doing after school, so we will be providing Free pizza to all students attending the presentation. Mr. Perry is also offering two hours of Community Service towards your graduation service cord for attending the evening.
If you are planning to attend, and would like to enjoy free pizza - please sign up in the HS office today. Your assistance in signing up will help us in ordering enough pizza for everyone.
If you have any questions, please see Mr. Perry or Mrs. Tretow. Hope to see you there.
GSA - This announcement is on behalf of some of our students who are interested in forming a GSA, which is a student run club that offers a safe and supportive environment for anybody in the LGBTQ community or who supports anybody who is in the LGBTQ community.
If you are interested in helping get a GSA off the ground and running for next year, please email or talk to Mrs. Smith. The end of the year is near, but there is still time to do something fun and to plan for some future activities.
SERVICE CORD PROGRAM - Our Wildcats have clocked 3166 hours since June. Way to go, Wildcats! That is a lot of Volunteer hours, keep it up!
PBIS - Our Front Row parking winner for this next week will be Taylor V. Our other PBIS winners are: Raegan H. -7th Grade, Ayisa C.-8th Grade, Brooke K. -9th Grade, Connor D.-10th Grade, Lily M.-11th Grade and Emilee S.-12th Grade.'
That's the Wildcat Way!
Have a Great Friday and Wonderful Weekend!
Keep the faith, Spring is out there somewhere.