Daily Student Bulletin


STUDENTS


Today is Thursday, September 18th, 2014
, an “A” day!

Music Students: This week is a “B” week for music classes.

Happy Birthday to Aiden Nicla and Austin Tryba

You are “first-in-the-lunch-line” today! Passes are available in the lunch room.

September's PBIS Data Challenge is to be the grade level with the least number of minor referrals for first hour tardies between Sept 15-30. The winning grade level will earn Advisory time at Roosevelt Park. Do your part to be on time to first hour!

Cheerleading, Soccer, and Speedball after school at 3 today! Come join the fun!


School Picture retakes are Monday morning September 22nd at 7-11. Come to RM 101.

If you are a student who rides the late bus, come to the After School Center in Room 150, which is the computer lab. Remember no late bus on Wednesdays.

For student safety, students are reminded to cross streets using cross- walks.




STUDENTS

Happy Wednesday, September 17th, 2014, a “B” day!

Music Students: This week is a “B” week for music classes.

Happy Birthday to Karl Mattern and Austin Panzer

You are “first-in-the-lunch-line” today!

September's PBIS Data Challenge is to be the grade level with the least number of minor referrals for first hour tardies between Sept 15-30. The winning grade level will earn Advisory time at Roosevelt Park. Do your part to be on time to first hour!

School Picture retakes are soon. If you’d like new photos taken, come to RM 101 on Monday September 22nd.

FALLAPALOOZA at Camp Anokijig (ana kee gee) is this Sunday, September 21st from 9:30 am to 3:00pm. It is a full day of great food and exciting activities like kids archery, carnival games, an Indy Jones Kids arrowhead dig, fishing, horse rides, paddleboats, and more. Look for flyers outside of the office.

If you are a student who rides the late bus, come to the After School Center in Room 150, which is the computer lab. Remember no late bus on Wednesdays.

For student safety, students are reminded to cross streets using cross- walks.



STUDENTS

Today is Tuesday, September 16th, 2014, an “A” day!

Music Students: This week is a “B” week for music classes.

Happy Birthday to Ethan Koenig and Conner Dilbeck

Please remember to pick up your “first-in-the-lunch-line” birthday pass!

September's PBIS Data Challenge is to be the grade level with the least number of minor referrals for first hour tardies between Sept 15-30. The winning grade level will earn Advisory time at Roosevelt Park. Do your part to be on time to first hour!

Don’t miss out on Farnsworth’s first Perfect Attendance Breakfast. If you are at school every day AND on time every day for the month of September, you will be invited to have donuts and hot cocoa for breakfast. Being present at school increases your chances of success in life so start now by being here and being on time!
Do you like to write? Do you like to investigate and ask questions? Then writing for the school newspaper could be for you!!! Come to room 190 on Tuesday. We will begin talking about our first issue. See Mrs. Wetzel if you are interested but can't make it!

Speedball, Cheerleading, and Soccer will meet at 3pm today! Come join the fun.

School Picture retakes are soon. If you’d like new photos taken, come to RM 101 on Monday September 22nd.

The Community Recreation Department is offering Karate-based Martial Arts at the North High multi-purpose room on Tuesday and Thursdays beginning today, September 16. The class meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday thru November 13.

FALLAPALOOZA at Camp Anokijig (ana kee gee) is this Sunday, September 21st from 9:30 am to 3:00pm. It is a full day of great food and exciting activities like kids archery, carnival games, an Indy Jones Kids arrowhead dig, fishing, horse rides, paddleboats, and more. Look for flyers outside of the office.


If you are a student who rides the late bus, come to the After School Center in Room 150, which is the computer lab. Remember no late bus on Wednesdays.

For student safety, students are reminded to cross streets using cross- walks.


STUDENTS

Today is Monday, September 15th, 2014, a “B” day!

Music Students: This week is a “B” week for music classes.

Happy Birthday to Noah Miesfeld
Please remember to pick up your “first-in-the-lunch-line” birthday pass!

September's PBIS Data Challenge is to be the grade level with the least number of minor referrals for first hour tardies between Sept 15-30. The winning grade level will earn Advisory time at Roosevelt Park. Do your part to be on time to first hour!

Don’t miss out on Farnsworth’s first Perfect Attendance Breakfast. If you are at school every day AND on time every day for the month of September, you will be invited to have donuts and hot cocoa for breakfast. Being present at school increases your chances of success in life so start now by being here and being on time!
"Farnsworth's Rockets for Schools team will hold its first meeting today, September 15th in room 207. We will discuss a meeting schedule, experiment ideas, and more. New members are welcome. Questions see Mr. Binder or Mr. Kulow"

Do you like to write? Do you like to investigate and ask questions? Then writing for the school newspaper could be for you!!! Come to room 190 on Tuesday. We will begin talking about our first issue. See Mrs. Wetzel if you are interested but can't make it!

Ipad deployment is this week Monday and Tuesday! Together with your parents, register your devices online on the Farnsworth website.

Speedball, Cheerleading, and Soccer will meet at 3pm today! Come join the fun.

School Picture retakes are soon. If you’d like new photos taken, come to RM 101 on Monday September 22nd.

The Sheboygan Area School District Community Recreation Department is offering Karate-based Martial Arts for middle school age thru adult at the North High multi-purpose room on Tuesday and Thursdays beginning September 16. The class meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday thru November 13. A free introductory class will be offered today, Thursday, September 11 6:30-7:30 p.m.

FALLAPALOOZA at Camp Anokijig (ana kee gee) is Sunday September 21st from 9:30 am to 3:00pm. It is a full day of great food and exciting activities like kids archery, carnival games, an Indy Jones Kids arrowhead dig, fishing, horse rides, paddleboats, and more. Look for flyers outside of the office.

If you are a student who rides the late bus, come to the After School Center in Room 150, which is the computer lab. Remember no late bus on Wednesdays.

For student safety, students are reminded to cross streets using cross- walks.