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High School Daily Bulletin


Friday, April 16, 2021

Day 146 – B Day


1.  The Bell Schedule for the EARLY OUT at 12:30 pm will be as follows:

Period 1          8:00 -   8:31

Period 2          8:34 -   9:05

MMB              9:05 -   9:15

Period 3          9:18 -   9:49

Period 4          9:52 – 10:23

Period 5        10:26 – 10:57

Period 6        11:00 – 11:31

Period 7B        11:34 – 12:05

LUNCH            12:05

DISMISSAL            12:30   


2.  FFA:  If you are on a STATE QUALIFIED TEAM, see Mrs. Hoffmann for a note and your state shirt!


3.   Prom Announcements:

a.  Prom Pictures sign up and envelopes are in the High School Office. Please take one picture envelope per couple.

b.  Prom Spectator sign up is in the High School Office. Please sign up your 2 spectators with a phone number.

c.  Mrs. Hoffmann will be handing out a prom schedule and asking you food and pizza choices. If she doesn't see you, please go to her with your choices.


4.  Attention to those still needing a tux or suit to rent for prom: if you missed the Formal Wear Unlimited representative on 4/7, you can still contact her and be entered to win a free tux rental. See Mr. Vangsness for details. 

5.  DETENTION will be on Tuesday, April 20, with Mr. Vangsness in Room #202.

6.  Hey students! Did you guess the fall production based on the clues?  Check it out!  Details, audition information—all posted outside room 206! It’s time to Let it Go!  Don’t be Frozen out of this show! See Mrs. Brinkman or Mrs. Landherr if you have any questions! 


7.  Students in grades 9-12: Have you thought about attending the virtual Minnesota Business Venture summer camp? Spend four days meeting new people and hearing from great speakers on what skills to build for a successful future career. See Mrs. Eckstein to pick up an application, or apply online through the Minnesota Business Venture page at www.bestprep.org/mbvapp.


8.  The Sleepy Eye Aquatic Center will be accepting applications until Friday, April 16th, 2021.  Pick up an application in the HS Office (or print it from the City of Sleepy Eye website or Facebook site) and return your application to the City Office, 200 Main Street East.  Past guards must reapply.  If you are at least 15 and are interested in becoming a lifeguard, call the City Office at 794-3731.


9.  The Brown County REA is again seeking summer help to assist our line crews during construction season. Students 16+ and have a driver's license can apply. Check out your messages in schoology for more info and and apply here:  https://www.browncountyrea.coop/employment-opportunities




MONDAYS: Floriculture - Starting April 12th

TUESDAYS: Poultry – w/Mrs. Hoffmann

TUESDAYS:  Nursery Landscape – w/Mr. Manderfeld

WEDNESDAYS: BIG - Starting April 7th

WEDNESDAYS:  Horse –  w/Mrs. Manderfeld

WEDNESDAYS:  Fish & Wildlife – w/Mr. Manderfeld

THURSDAYS: Milk Quality - Starting April 8th

FRIDAYS: Soils - Starting April 9th