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High School Daily Bulletin                                             

Friday, April 20, 2018

Congratulations to Claire Gruenke who is the Clinton County Prep Athlete of the Week by TALKIN’ SPORTS on Max 96.7.


Reminder to Seniors going on the class trip.  Your $10 deposit is due to Mr. Burcham by Wednesday April 25.


Student Council would like to thank everyone who donated to the Snack Pack program. We raised $2,500 and will be able to sponsor 18 children in our communities. We appreciate your support.


Mr. Murphy’s and Mr. Weis’s Advisories will be meeting in the Gym today.


Seniors the last day to take a college day is May 1st.  Remember that all college day request forms must be returned to the guidance office 3 school days before attending your college day.  See Mrs. Fisher if you have questions.


A PEACE CORPS REPRESENTATIVE will be here during the lunch hours in the lobby on Monday, April 30th.


Any senior interested in becoming an IHSA official in any sport, can see Coach Kauling for more information on the process.



            Monday, April 23 – Stop Light Day (Wear red if you are going with a date, green if you’re single, and yellow if you’re talking to someone.)

            Tuesday, April 24 – Teacher Look-Alike Day (Dress up like your favorite teacher.)

            Wednesday, April 25 – Twin Day (Come dressed as a set of twins with another classmate or teacher.)

            Thursday, April 26 – Elementary Throwback Day (Dress up like your elementary self. Attach a picture to your outfit if you’re brave!)

            Friday, April 27 – Day After Prom Day: PJs & Junk Food


The University of Illinois is inviting high school students to participate in pre-college global studies summer workshops at the University of Illinois July 15-20.  This is funded through a grant, and students will have three programs to choose from:  Sustainable Futures, Global Health, or International Law and Social Justice.  For more information see Mrs. Fisher.  The application deadline is April 30th.


JOSTENS GRADUATION DELIVERY – Will be next Tuesday, April 24, during both lunch periods. If you have a balance due you can either pay that online or bring payment with you to school that day to pick up your items.


AFTER PROM PARTY – the deadline to sign up is TODAY. Turn your consent form and money in to the office.


Reminder to the students who turn 15 in April to get your permit money ($20) to Coach Kauling by April 26


Seniors--the New Baden Legion Post 321 is offering a $500 scholarship to a senior that is a child, grandchild, or great grandchild of a current American Legion Post 321 member, Woman's Auxiliary, or Sons of the American Legion member.  See Mrs. Fisher for an application.  The application deadline is May 4th.


Juniors--The Better Business Bureau is sponsoring a $2,500 Student of Ethics Scholarship.  Students must demonstrate leadership, community service, overall personal integrity, and good academics.  See Mrs. Fisher for an application.  The deadline is June 22nd.


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MENU: Buffalo Chicken Wrap OR Hot Dog on Bun OR Bosco Sticks with Dipping Sauce



JV Baseball at Carlyle 4:30. Bus time 3:05.

B/G Track at Buzz Bradley Invitational at Sparta HS 4:00. Bus time 2:00. Dismissal 1:50.

Softball Home Run Derby at Trenton Park 6:00 p.m.



Soccer at Highland 11:00 a.m. Bus time 9:30 a.m.

Softball at Home vs Greenville (DH) 10:00 a.m.








Softball Home Run Derby

Friday, April 20

6:00 p.m.

Trenton Park

Jostens graduation delivery

Tuesday, April 24



Prom/After Prom Party

Saturday, April 28



Peace Corp Rep here

Monday, April 30






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