Daily Bulletin

Lunch today is macho nachos.  Tomorrow is toasty cheese sandwich and tomato soup.

 ALL SCHOOL NEWS  All Color War shirts are on sale price is $6.

HIGH SCHOOL NEWS   Congratulations to Trent Martin for passing his Microsoft Technology Associate "Introduction to Programming Using Python" certification test. Way to go, Trent!!

Seniors!  The scholarship list on the school’s website is now current.  Yes, there are scholarships already being added. Also look in Mr. Whites room for the scholarship file!

There will be a Washington DC meeting on October 1st at 7PM in the High School Library for students in the Class of 2021 and 2022.  For those who have already registered, the meeting will be discussing the next step in preparing for the Spring Break 2021 trip, and for those not yet registered, questions and registration can begin. 

This year we are hosting the PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) on Saturday, October 19, beginning at 8:30.  Juniors who are planning to apply directly to a four-year school upon graduation should strongly consider taking the PSAT.  It not only provides an opportunity to practice for the SAT college entrance tests but also, taken as a Junior, the PSAT is the route of entry into the National Merit Scholarship Programs as well as other award programs.  Sophomores who are planning to go directly to a four-year school should consider taking the PSAT as a practice prior to taking this as a Junior year when the scores are used for qualifying for the National Merit Program. The fee to take the PSAT this year is $15.00.  Students need to sign up and pay for the test in the office no later than Friday, Oct 5.  The test will begin at 8:30 on Saturday Oct. 19.

MIDDLE SCHOOL  If you want to enter a drawing for the yearbook have it finished and turned into Ms. Wilson by Friday, the 27th @ 3:15.

SPORTS & ACTIVITIES   Last night our Middle School boys golf team played a match against Woodland. Congratulations go out to Gold Medalists  Pierce Hull and Eric Sager. Silver medalists were Wilson Hull and Cooper Hahn.  Practice resumes on Wednesday.

Our next Color wars event is the home cross country meet today at Rainbow park on Modrow. DOUBLE COLOR WAR POINTS FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS.

MS/HS wrestling room will be open Saturday, Monday and Wednesday at 6pm.  Anyone who is interested in wrestling is welcome to come.


Cross Country

@ Rainbow Park


Release students @ 2:15

Bus leaves @ 2:30


HS Golf

@ Seton Catholic


Release students @ 2:10

Vans leave @ 2:25


HS Volleyball

@ Mossyrock


Vans leave @ 4:00


HS Soccer

VS Toutle Lake (HOME)




MS Volleyball

@ Winlock


Bus leaves @ 3:45