DAILY BULLETIN
MONDAY NOVEMBER 15, 2021 –
America Recycles Day


GENERAL INFORMATION

Key Club members: get your paperwork signed and returned to Mrs. Nielsen today.

For an evening of laughs, come see the drama production “The High Schooler’s Guide to the Galaxy”.  Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM and Sunday at 2:00 PM, live on stage in the auditorium.  Tickets are only $5 a seat at the door.

Seniors – there is now less than a month left for you to submit your senior picture to the yearbook.  They are due on December 10, and no late pictures will be allowed.  If we do not get a picture from you, we will use the picture that you took at school for your ASB card.  If you would like a senior picture, but you do not have the resources to make that happen, please see Mrs. Flugel in room 224 as soon as possible, and we will make sure that you get one taken!  Send all pictures to yearbook@colsd.org.

The holidays are just around the corner, we need to help our community!   Starting today and through Monday the 22nd we will have our annual food drive class competition!   Start gathering food items for the competition!  The competition will be between the 4th period classes, and the grand prize for most collected items (points) is a pizza party!   Good Luck!!!

Please return the Interact Club mallet that was taken from Mrs. Broden’s closet. This mallet is a gift from the Colville Rotary Club and it has a lot of meaning for the CHS Interact Club.

Seniors, your poinsettia orders need to be turned in today to Mrs. Kroll.

Winter sports practices will start today after school.  You will not be able to practice until all forms are filled out on Final Forms and you have a current physical on file.  You will need to have purchased an ASB card prior to your first competition.

Day use computers are for one day, PLEASE RETURN!!!

Washington FFA sent a four member team from Colville FFA to represent Washington State at the National FFA Forestry Career Development Event in Indianapolis, Indiana the last week of October, 2021. Our team placed 12th out of 37 top teams from across the US earning the team a silver medal.  There were 148 individual FFA competitors. Johnathan Gubody placed 26th and Austin True placed 41st earning them a gold medal award. Garett Nelson placed 60th and Brooke Seitters placed 61st earning them a silver medal.

See Mrs. Ressa if you haven’t received your spooky poster, there were a couple with no name!

Please check the lost and found table in the foyer if you are missing something.  Any unclaimed items will be donated to charity after school today.

 

MEETINGS/CLUBS

  • Knowledge Bowl meeting today at lunch in room 315.

SPORTS/ACTIVITIES
Jazz Band to WSU
Knowledge Bowl-Rm 315-3:00 to 4:00pm
Basketball Practice: Girls 3:00 to 5:00pm, Boys 5:00 to 7:00pm

PLEASE STAND FOR THE PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

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