DAILY BULLETIN

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2021 – International Country Music Day

 NEWS:

Rural Resources Community Action has a new food program for youth called Bite2Go.  The program provides food for students for weekends, holidays and vacations. All students are eligible. To find more information and how to sign up ask any Colville High School staff member.

Be sure to check out the lost and found table in the foyer if you’re missing clothing or other items.  Anything not claimed will be donated to Goodwill.

Students: if you have qualified as Homeless under the McKinney-Vento Act, and would like an opportunity to earn a little cash through photo-journaling, please contact Shelly Bacon at 563-8252.

Athletes and ASB club members are required to purchase an ASB card for $30.  If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, you can get your ASB card free of charge.  See Kristi Arms in the main office if you have questions.

Students, please leave the handicapped parking spots for people who have handicap permits.  Also, please do not park by the greenhouse, as delivery trucks and buses cannot turn around when cars are in the way.


MEETINGS/CLUBS/SPORTS:

Interact Club meeting today at lunch in room 119.

The drama club will not do concessions tonight as the volleyball game has been cancelled.

If you are interested in participating in the “Math is Cool” Competition come to the first math team meeting of the year on Monday in Mr. Bateman’s room 118 during lunch.

All drama cast rehearsal on Monday and Tuesday at 3 pm in the auditorium.  If you are new to drama and interested in the fall play, please show up for the rehearsals. See Herbst for any questions.

 PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

Soccer vs Riverside 4:00 pm

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18
National Clean-Up Day
Cross Country @ Walla Walla Point Park (Dep. 6:00 am)

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19
Talk Like a Pirate Day

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