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3/4/2016

posted Mar 4, 2016, 7:15 AM by shannon billigmeier

Sprague-Lamont Schools Daily Bulletin

 

Friday March 4, 2016

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

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Country Style Beef Pattie, Mashed Potato and Gravy, Green Beans, WW Roll and Jelly (6-12) and Peaches.  Grandparents Day!!

 

1. This month’s character trait we will be concentrating on is: Excellence—Doing your very best work. Going above and beyond in different aspects of your life.

 

2.  Prom is coming March 12th at Fairchild Airforce Base’s Fun Spot. 

 

3.  There will be school on March 3rd and 4th to make up the 2 days without power.

 

4.  March 31st and April 1st are Early Release days for conferences.

 

5.  April 4th to the 8th is Spring Break.

 

6. The Student-Staff-Alumni-Town Basketball Games are March 11. For these games each student will need to have a parent permission form signed and turned in to Mr. Miller or Mrs. Billigmeier by March 10. If you do not have a parent permission form, you will not play—no exceptions.

 

7.  High School Staff and ASB Officers/Reps:  Our next ASB meeting is set for Tuesday, March 8 during 7th period.

Thur.

3/3/16

HS BB Pract(MV/RM Not Go)
NO HS Tennis Pract.        
NO HS Softball Pract.                                        

MV/RM NOT GOING

 

 

Mrs. Swanger confirmed via email 2/28 there will be no tennis practice. Mr. Obrien confirmed via text 3/2 no practice for SB. MV/RM Confirmed 3/2 they WILL NOT GO to practice.

Thur.

3/3/16

MS/HS Pep Band Play at State Basketball

Spokane

7:15 PM

4:45 PM Lmt
5PM Spr

Will stop along way to arena for food.

Thur.

3/3/16

Cheerleaders to HS BBB State Tournament

Spokane

7:15 PM

TBD

Connie Galbreath communicate directly with 3 Spr cheerleaders when she will PU in Sprague in Suburban.

Fri.

3/4/16

HS Tennis Pract.?         
HS Softball Pract.?                                           HS Baseball Pract.?

Ritzville

4-6 PM

3:00 PM

If BBB loses on Thursday, Tennis/Softball will NOT practice and MV/RM both said they would NOT practice. If BBB wins on Thursday, ALL THREE SPORTS will practice on Friday.

Fri.

3/4/16

MS/HS Pep Band Play at State Basketball

Spokane

9 PM (W) or
2 PM (L)

TBD

Win on 3/3, play at 9 PM and bus will leave Lmt at 6:30 PM and Spr at 6:45 PM. Lose on 3/3, play at 2 PM and bus will leave Lmt at 12PM and Spr at 12:15PM.

Fri.

3/4/16

Cheerleaders to HS BBB State Tournament

Spokane

TBD

TBD

Connie Galbreath communicate directly with 3 Spr cheerleaders when she will PU in Sprague in Suburban.

Sat.

3/5/16

MS/HS Pep Band Play at State Basketball

Spokane

TBD

TBD

Please see Mrs. Whipple's flow chart for 3 possible leave-times.

Sat.

3/5/16

Cheerleaders to HS BBB State Tournament

Spokane

TBD

TBD

Connie Galbreath communicate directly with 3 Spr cheerleaders when she will PU in Sprague in Suburban.



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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

 

 

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