High School Daily Bulletin
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Day #158 - A Day
1. The Junior Class of Sleepy Eye High School proudly presents Prom 2017, “Light The Night”. Prom will be held Saturday, April 29th in the high school gym starting at 8:00pm. The doors will be open to the public at 7:15pm. The fee for student to attend the Grand March is $2.00; adults will be charged $3.00 at the door. Tickets to participate in the Grand March are $10 each. See Mrs. Backer to purchase before April 26th.
2. Please release the following GOLFERS at 2:45 TODAY for a meet at Oakdale: Caleb Christensen, Ben Laffen, Logan Netzke, Thor Weiss, Josh Nelson, Toby Weiss, Ashtyn Tauer and Sarah Rossbach.
3. DETENTION is on Thursday, April 27, with Mr. McMullen in Room #122.
4. Bel Canto Rehearsal will be Friday, April 28 from 7-7:45am. Please be on time!
5. NHS Meeting: Friday April 28th during lunch in room 107!
6. 10th Grade Students: If you are interested in taking the PSAT/NMSQT next fall for FREE please return the form I mailed home by April 28th. If you need a new copy stop by the counselor's office!
7. 7th – 12th Grade FFA:
The FFA Banquet is May 7th at 6:30 p.m. in the Sleepy Eye Public High School Cafeteria.
- Turn in RSVP slips to Mrs. Hoffamnn by Friday, April 28th.
8. Seniors: If you would like to take the Accuplacer test for placement into courses at your 2 year college, please see Mrs. Eckstein by May 5th. Testing will take place on May 16th starting at 8:00 a.m.
9. Juniors: The deadline to sign up for the June 10th ACT is coming up on May 5th. If you would like help registering, please visit Mrs. Eckstein!
10. The YES! team is sponsoring a World Wear Project Shoe Box Program. There are drop off boxes in the high school and elementary offices. Any gently worn shoes with leather soles or dress shoes are acceptable. NO canvas, sandals, or shoes with holes can be used. Your donation will help out others in developing countries such as Chile, Honduras, Guatamala, and other places, PLUS it keeps them out of the landfill. Please support this project and pass the word to others who can also drop off shoes they wish to donate. Our goal is to remove 180 pounds of shoes to be used by those who need them. Time for some Spring cleaning and service to others in need. This drive will run until the first week of May when we need to ship them.
11. Students needing behind the wheel instruction should stop in room 109 for a schedule of times available this summer and return three time choices.