Daily Bulletin

Lunch today is pepperoni jalapeno pizza with Caesar salad.


ALL SCHOOL NEWS  The Art Contest is back for February! The theme is Fairy Tale! If you want to enter make sure you grab a form in the office and staple it to your piece. All mediums welcome. Entries are due on February 24th, if you have any questions please contact the leadership class through Mr. Wright.


Do you have any old Twilight shirts that you don't wear or have outgrown? Donate them! They will be turned into a custom quilt as a raffle item at our upcoming Twilight Festival in March. Bring your shirts to Ms. Macloud or Ms. Wilson.

HIGH SCHOOL  Seniors!  Be checking the school's Scholarship list on our website.  New ones one going up almost daily.  Clark County Fair Scholarship, Hispanic Scholarship Foundation, Beta Sigma Phi ( a local health field ) Scholarship, many more!  Be checking, the school's Scholarship list on our website and in Mr. White's room.

Congratulations to Xavier Brown, Jackson Hull and Colby Northrup for representing our welding program last night at Lower Columbia College’s high school welding competition.  The team took 2nd place out of 12 teams from across our region.  A technical skills center from Clackamas, Ore won the event.  Great job guys!

The Lundquist Scholarship is now open! Remember that the application is now online, please go to www.csascholars.org/lundquist to apply!


Today all middle school boys basketball player can go to the elementary gym during lunch for cupcakes and to pick up their certificates.

There is a Retro Video Game dance on February 28th.  Cost is $5 without an ASB card and $4 with one.  Be sure to have passing grades in all your classes to be able to attend.

Also remember you are not to be in the lower hall during lunch break.



Family ID is open for anyone planning on playing spring sports.  Remember you must have a current sports physical on file as well as an ASB card.  If you have any questions, see Teresa in the office.  Practice starts March 2nd for high school and March 9th for middle school.