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1/15/2016

posted Jan 15, 2016, 7:26 AM by shannon billigmeier

Sprague-Lamont Schools Daily Bulletin

 

Monday Jan. 15 2016

Today’s Lunch: Chicken Pattie, Mashed Potato and Gravy, Green Beans, WW Roll and Jelly (6-12) and Orange Wedges

Tomorrow’s Lunch: Stromboli, Garden Spinach Salad, Fresh Carrots and Strawberries

 

1.  This month’s character trait we will be concentrating on is: Integrity—Sincerity and reverence or love for the truth.

 

2.  January 20th is the end for the first semester.

 

3.   5th -12th grades winter concert in Sprague at 7:30 PM on January 20th.

 

4.  No school on January 18th.

 

5.  Prom is coming March 12th at Fairchild Airforce Base’s Fun Spot.  Sign up to get on base!  Bring your full legal name, social security number, birth date and drivers’ license number to Mrs. Swanger.  Remember any parents driving need to be on the list, too!!

 

Thur.

1/14/16

HS BBB Pract.
HS GBB Pract.
Cheer Pract

Ritz.

3:40-5:30PM
5:30-7:20PM
3:40-5:30PM

2:50 PM

MS bus swing thru and PU HS. TS ride over with rest and wait in Ritz until her pract starts. Take rest home after practice and come back before 7:20PM to PU TS.

Thur.

1/14/16

MS BBB Pract

Lind

3:45-5:30 PM

2:35 PM

MS bus swing thru and PU HS on way to Lind.

Fri.

1/15/16

MS BBB Pract

Lind

3:45-5:30 PM

2:35 PM

 

Fri.

1/15/16

HS GBB & HS BBB Springdale & Cheer

Springdale

6:00 PM GV

2:10 PM

L/R Bus PU TS and Cheer at 2:10 leaving Ritz at 1:45 PM.

Sat.

1/16/16

HS GBB & HS BBB Reardan & Cheer

Ritzville

3:00 PM/
7:30 PM

1:15 PM/
4:30 PM

Take RM over at 1:15 PM. Take TS and Cheer and take home those not pre-arranged to ride home separately after last game.





Lunch: “This institution is an equal opportunity provider.”



The new Non-discrimination statement is:

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

 

 

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