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Daily Bulletin
for

Thursday, September 19, 2019

STUDENTS: 

Juniors and Seniors!  Boise State University will be here on Tuesday, September 24th at 8 am to discuss programs, college life, tuition and more. If you would like to see what they have to offer, please put your name on the sign-up sheet located in the counseling office. For more information, please see Mrs. Ballenger.

 

AGOGE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

 

  • The Agoge After School will be starting up again on Mon Oct 7th. This year's schedule and offerings will be slightly different then previous years. For starters, both the academic and enrichment labs will be one hour long and we will be offering credit recovery in all core subjects. If you're an upperclassmen and need to make up credits in order to graduate on time (and you don't want to go to summer school), then please join us.
  • We will also have tutors here to help you with your assignments and to answer any questions. Additionally, due to the shortage of drivers, busing will be available only to those who live in the Blanchard areas. I'm taking registration now so feel free to download the attached form and have your student drop it off at their earliest convenience. 
  • Lastly, we will be running the Lamanna Resource Center again this year in order to provide meals for students and their siblings on the weekends and breaks. If you would like to take advantage of this free program, please fill out the form. The form is strictly so that I know the ages of the students participating and the number of siblings so that I can pack the meals accordingly. No information is shared with anyone outside of my office, including the district. 
  • One last thing... The Music Conservatory of Sandpoint and I would like to bring back the Introduction to Orchestra program again this year but can't unless I can get at least 4 students to commit to the program. What that means is that the student is agreeing to come to the lab twice a week for the entirety of the school year. If you're interested in learning the violin, viola or cello and do not have plans to play any sports or participate in the annual drama club production, then please consider taking this free class (we even supply the instruments!). Contact Cherie Coldwell or return the attached registration form ASAP so that I can get an accurate head count.  I look forward to seeing you after school!

SENIORS:

All late start students and teacher aides who arrive early must report to the library or a teacher's classroom. If they have nothing to do during class must either stay in class or report to the library. You are not to stay on the orange couch or the senior bench.

All Things Senior!  Find the right path after high school graduation.  Visit 30 different college and military reps.  Learn about employment options.  September 25th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Sandpoint High School.  This event is sponsored by North Idaho Higher Education.

Senior Picture Deadline is October 15th.  Please turn your pictures in to Mr. Bowers in Room 158.

HOMECOMING WEEK:

Homecoming week is soon approaching and the excitement can’t be contained. There are many activities to participate in and help earn points for your graduating class.

Friday, September 27th is Powderpuff, girls remember to pick up your liability form and have it turned into Mrs. Colombini no later than September 27th by 3 PM. Game starts at 5 PM cost to enter is $3 or $2 with an ASB card. Our night will start off with freshman playing the juniors. Immediately following will be the sophomore’s playing the seniors. Winner of each game will go on to the championship.

Saturday, September 28th is Hall decorating starting at 10 AM and going until 1 PM. Bring any and all decorations that you will need.  Judging will take place promptly at 1:15pm.

Sunday, September 29th is float decorating. Please check with each of your class officers for specific locations and times.

Monday, September 30th is Manly Man. Boys please remember to pick up your liability form and have it turned into Mrs. Colombini no later than September 30th by 3 PM. Game starts at 5 PM cost to enter is $3 or $2 with an ASB card. School dress code will be strictly enforced any students not adhering to such will be disqualified from competition.

Tuesday, October 1st  support your Spartans as volleyball and soccer both battle St. Maries at St. Maries.

Wednesday, October 2nd support your lady Spartans as soccer battles Kellogg at Kellogg.

Thursday, October 3rd Support your lady Spartans as volleyball competes against Timberlake. Attendance THIS NIGHT IS for points. So come dressed in your best orange and black and support your Spartans.

Friday, October 4th lip-sync to be followed by the parade, hall Clean up, football game. If you would like to participate in your classes lip-sync please contact your class officers for dates and times of practices. If you would like a float in the parade please be sure to see Mrs. Colombini for the proper authorization forms. Authorization forms are due no later than Monday, September 30th @ 3pm. All students are required to ride a float. Homecoming results will be announced at the football game halftime.

Saturday, October 5th homecoming dance will be held at the Beardmore building. Dance is “match your date” attire. Cost is $5 per person. If you plan on bringing somebody who is not enrolled in Priest River Lamanna High School you need to pick up a dance permission slip form. Dance permission slip forms must be turned into the office by Wednesday, October 2nd. Submissions after Wednesday will not be allowed to attend the dance.

Dress up days –

Monday, September 30th – Lazy Day

Tuesday, October 1st  – College Day

Wednesday, October 2nd  – 80’s Day

Thursday, October 3rd  – Multiplicity Day

Friday, October 4th  – SPARTAN PRIDE (Orange & Black)

Saturday, October 5th  – Dance Theme – Match your date

SPORTS:

Thursday, September 19th

5:30  Girls JV Volleyball Home vs. Kellogg High School

6:00 JV Football Home vs. St. Maries

7:00 Varsity Volleyball Home vs. Kellogg High School

Friday, September 20th

6:00 Varsity Volleyball Home vs. Genesis Prep Academy

7:00 Varsity Football Away vs. St. Maries Departs: 2:00 p.m.

Saturday, September 21st

Cross Country Away Departs: 1:00

TEACHERS:

LUNCH:

Thursday – Sloppy Joe sandwich

Friday –  Pizza

 

Click the link to find our continuous plan of improvement. This document is subject to change as action plans are implemented and data is collected. Please contact Mr. Kren at the school should you have any questions. Joseph A. Kren. Principal

Continuous Plan of Improvement

Mission Statement

The mission of Priest River Lamanna High School is to enable all students to develop their individual potential by acquiring the knowledge, skills, and values needed to become lifelong responsible, productive members of their community.

STATEMENT OF BELIEFS:

  • We believe all students can learn and learning is a lifelong process.
  • Students learn best when they are actively involved and engaged.
  • Each student is a valuable individual with unique educational, social, and emotional needs.
  • Individual strengths should be encouraged and developed.
  • A climate that encourages community and parent involvement is essential to qualityeducation.
  • Our school must be a place of mutual respect where students can feel physically and emotionally safe.
  • Teachers are lifelong learners who strive to promote individual student growth.

 

Priest River Lamanna High School Education

It's Life Long!

OUR SPARTAN CREED

 

A Spartan, above all, is fierce; because for us failure is not an option.

Never will we settle for less than our best; and we choose to exceed all expectations.

We, as Spartans, represent our community by being leaders and not followers, striving for success, and working together for the greater good for our community.

It is our privilege to spread Spartan Pride throughout our community and we are proud to uphold this duty.

We will be efficient in our duties and we are willing to go the extra mile to be a successful Spartan.

We, as Spartans, are not arrogant, we are not rude.

A Spartan is a positive role model in their school and community.

Each day we come to school with an eagerness to learn and we leave with the satisfaction of our accomplishments.

We, as Spartans, are a school made up of individuals who come together to share Spartan Pride and Academic Success every day.

We, as Spartans, treat everyone with kindness and encourage acceptance.

We are Spartans and

We define what a Spartan is by what we stand for,

What we strive for,

And what we fight for.

We are Spartans.

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