Daily Bulletin, May 31st
Deb Torvick
Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Good morning Floodwood students and staff.  Today is Wednesday, May 31st.

Any students (ages 13-19) interested in a FREE career explorations camp from Lake Superior College can see Ms. Fierke for more information.  The camps look really fun!

Calling all artists aged 6 through 12 years old to enter the Arrowhead Library Youth Library Card Design Contest.  Your design could be the face of the Arrowhead Youth library card this fall.

Do you get the summer blues because you miss your friends?  Here's something to help you brighten up. Make a new friend through library books.  The Arrowhead Library system is having a Summer Reading Program to help meet your summer reading goals.  Stop by and see Ms. Davidson for details and to get an application.

Today is the 4th quarter celebration for high schoolers. We were looking for improvement this year and are proud of the strides you have made. The students who do not qualify will stay in with Mr. Olesiak today. Please check the list on his door to see if you need to stay in.

Any 9th – 12 grade students interested in playing football this next year, please report to the gym for a 10 minute meeting, before the high school celebration.

There will be two food service assistant positions open starting in the fall. Students must be going into 9th grade and have excellent attendance. Please see Ms. Kabus today if you are interested in applying for this job.

There are two part-time custodian positions open for summer employment. Must be 16 or older. Please see Ms. Kabus today for an application if you are interested.

If there are any students who have questions about your next year's schedule, please send Ms. Fierke an email.

Today is early release.  All High school students, please report to the following study hall during 8th hour:  Red group report to Ms. Kabus’s classroom, Green group report to Ms. Gillespie’s, Orange group report to Ms. Rocco’s, Yellow group report to Ms. Roth’s, Purple group report to Ms. Taylor’s, and Blue group report to Mr. Rauvola’s.

Students need to start cleaning out your lockers. Only two more days of school left.

Today’s lunch is pulled pork, corn, coleslaw, and fruit.

Tomorrow’s breakfast will be the Cook’s Choice.

Paws up to the students caught roaring with pride…Thank you for setting a good example to students and staff!

Have a great day and make good choices!