Friday, January 12, 2018

Tuesday, January 16, 2018


The high school winner of the Dubuque Area Martin Luther King Contest is Zakiya Johnson with her essay on Dr. Helen Nash, a "Hidden Figure" among the world of hard-working but unnoticed Civil Rights Movement who made a difference. Congratulations to Zakiya!  

Attention Girl’s:  If anything was left in the girl’s old locker room, it may be with Ms. Ovsak in her new office. See Ms. Ovsak.

RAM Recyclers needs your help.  We need students to collect and sort recycling here at Senior.  If you are at Senior at 7:00, you are just the right students for this job.  This opportunity is available 7:00-7:25 Monday through Thursday.  Come and earn service hours for the Silver Cord Program and help the environment.  See Mrs. King in A118 if interested. 





There will be a PINK OUT on Friday, January 26th when our men’s and women’s basketball teams take on city rivals Wahlert.

ORDER YOUR Pink Out Shirts NOW before it’s too late!  Order forms are available at the Activities Office and are DUE by 3:30 pm on Thursday, January 18th.

Baseball Meeting:  There will be a baseball program meeting Tuesday, January 16th at 2:30 in the cafeteria, to meet the new coach and to discuss off-season workouts.

Attention all athletes!  Sign up for Spring Sports is going on NOW!  If you are interested in any of the following sports, make sure you stop by the Activities Office to get signed up:  Men’s/Women’s Track, Women’s Golf, Men’s/Women’s Tennis, Men’s Soccer, and Women’s Soccer.

Men’s/Women’s Track begins on February 12th, so make sure you get signed up soon!


Dubuque Mining Co is looking for part-time cooks.   Nights and weekends - starting at $8.50 per hr plus tips.  If interested apply at the Dubuque Mining Co. at Kennedy Mall.  More info in guidance.