Monday, May 22, 2017

Tuesday, May 23, 2017


Attention fellow Scribes. Our last writing club meeting for the year will be Wednesday, May 24th in A213. Hope to see you there!

Seniors, remember that all of your library books, textbooks, computers and hotspots need to be returned by Wednesday so your account is clear for graduation.

: Consider joining in the first ever Peace Institute at Loras College this summer. Stop by Guidance on Wednesday during "A" or "D" lunch to meet with a representative to talk about the what you can expect from the experience. If you have questions, stop by A219 and talk to Mrs. Anderson. Bring a friend!

Parking lottery sign up for next year has begun
. Student’s that will be in 11th grade for the 2017-18 school year may stop by the AP office and sign up for the parking lottery. Names will be announced in August at Registration, for students that will be able to purchase parking stickers.

AP World History:
 There will be a meeting for anyone taking AP World History next year in B143 to get summer readings. Today, May 23 at 7:10 or Thursday, May 25 at 7:10 and 2:30. See Mr. Miller if you are unable to attend one of these times.

AP Literature:  There will be a mandatory informational meeting on Thursday, May 25th at 2:30 in the library for all students taking Advanced Placement Literature next year. You will be receiving summer reading information at this meeting, so it is important that you attend.

AP Composition:
 AP Composition students: Plan to attend one of the following meetings to receive this summer's readings. Come to the library TODAY, May 23, from 2:25-2:40 p.m. or Wednesday, May 24th at 7:15-7:30 a.m. See Ms. Koch or Ms. Lammer-Heindel if you have any questions.

Current 11th graders, please check with the Senior High health office to verify that your immunizations meet the new state law requirements that will be in effect for 2017-2018 school year. If you are not compliant, you may be excluded from school until you have the necessary documentation on file with the health office." Any questions please go to the health office.


Have you walked past the QR codes in the hallway?!?
If so stop! And use your cellular devices QR reader or Snapchat to get the code and take the 2016-2017 student Council survey. This survey is quick and easy! It will only take you 5 minutes to take! Help student Council by filling this survey out so your 2017-2018 school year will be fantastic! ~Stuco




Ram Women’s Track:   Congratulations to the Ram Women’s Track team on their outstanding performances at last weekends State Track Meet. The Ram scored 20 pts and finished 11th as a team. The best finish by a Ram Women’s track team since 2005. The Rams recorded 8 season best efforts and 3 new school records. They earned medals in 3 relays and Stevie Lambe finished her Junior year by earning 4 medals. She is the only second girls in school history to accomplish that feat. Other medal winners were Emma Sass, Emma Lambe, Hannah Cook, and Marissa Boleyn. Mackenzie Gaherty also had an outstanding State Meet by placing 9th and 10th in the 3000 Meter and 1500 Meter Runs. Recording two top ten Performances. Great Job Ram Women’s Track.

Men's Cross-Country:  All men interested in running cross-country this fall need to attend an informational meeting in D 153 (Coach Kilgore's room) on Wednesday May 31 at 2:40 to discuss summer training.

RAM Girls’ Cross-Country Runners
: There will be an informational Meeting on Wednesday, May 24th at 2:30 in D159. To discuss summer training and upcoming season. New runners welcomed.

BOYS – if you are NOT in the 2nd semester Performance PE class, your varsity locker needs to be cleaned out and the padlock needs to be returned to the Activities Office today! Anything left in the lockers after June 1st will be removed and you may be charged for the padlock. PLEASE get your lockers cleaned out today (this includes all football cages as well)– thank you!

The 8th Annual Grey Ribbon Crusade
will be taking place on Monday, May 29th. This run to fight brain cancer continues as a memorial to honor former DBQ Senior High School track coach and staff member, Jim Boughton and his hard work and legacy of achievement he left behind. It is also used as an avenue to continue the fight against brain related cancers by donating all of it proceeds to help others fight brain cancer.

There is a Kids mile race, a 5K race/walk, followed by a 1 mile race –with all races finishing on the Dalzell track. Please stop in the Activities Office or visit to get registered today!