Last Friday, Dubuque Senior sent a team of students to Des Moines to compete in the I’ll Make Me A World In Iowa 20th Anniversary Black History Quiz Game. That team of students competed against other high school teams from the state in a strongly contested event. After scoring a bevy of point the in first of the day, the Dubuque Senior High Team encountered a tough loss in the semifinals against a strong Iowa City West team. Please congratulate Rams; Jalen Hillebrand, Serjon Bennett, Alexandria Cheatham, Maalik Harris, Caity Linley and Kalyayah Martin on a job well done.
Book Club will meet in the library on Wednesday Jan 31st at 2:25 to discuss Lady Midnight
Lost and Found Items: We would hate for you not to re-connect with your lost item. Stop by Room the Intervention Room to take a look. Items will be donated at the end of the week.
The next Gay Straight Alliance meeting will be held in E45 on February 1 in E45. Come hang out with friends and discuss upcoming events.
Staff and Students: The yellow recycling bins in the classrooms are just for paper, plastic, and cardboard. The RAM recyclers are finding a lot of other garbage in the bins like tissues, food, paper towels, and gum. Please be respective and throw these items in the garbage.
This year’s Senior High Awards Assembly will be on Monday May 14th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Senior High Auditorium. We have a variety of scholarships (Memorial, Community/School, and Specific College Sponsored) that are available for our Senior High graduating students.
Applications will be available starting Monday January 29th, 2018. If you are interested in applying for these scholarship monies, please come to The School Counseling Office and give our secretary, Mrs. Pfab, your name and email address. Mrs. Lawrence will then send you the electronic application to complete.
Students, did you know the Academic Resource Center is now open? Tutoring is now available from 7 am to 3 pm Monday thru Thursday in A318. See your teachers for the full schedule of availability.
On Friday the Ram’s bowling team took on their crosstown rivals Hempstead for the City Title. The Varsity Men, led by Logan Oberfoell with a 464, took it all the way into the last game to win 3053 to 3015 to take the City Title this year. A special shout out to Jarred Lattner for his 267. The Varsity Women, led by Alexis Scheffert with a 393, also led the ladies to the last game to win the Title 2467 to 2411. The JV men, led by Jacob Bakey with a 403, fought hard but come up short. The JV Women remain undefeated, led by Lauren Kass with a 330, won convincingly 2144 to 2038. The Rams have two more meets before heading to districts on the 13th. Way to go Rams!!
There will be a Women’s Tennis Pre-Season meeting on Thursday, February 13th @ 2:30 pm in Room B140.
There will be a Men’s Tennis Player/Parent Meeting on Monday, February 26th @ 6:00 pm in the Cafeteria.
There will be a Women’s Soccer PRE-Season Meeting on Tuesday, January 30th @ 2:30 pm in the Cafeteria. Come meet your new coach and receive any information regarding the upcoming women’s soccer season!
Are you interested in being a RAM CHEERLEADER? If so, please stop by the Activities Office for some important information regarding tryouts. There will be a Mandatory Meeting for all students interested in trying out on Thursday, March 15th.
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!
COLLEGE VISITS FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY / FEBRUARY IN THE COUNSELORS OFFICE
January 30th 9:15 a.m. Hawkeye Community College
February 5th 10:05 a.m. Upper Iowa
12:45 p.m. Luther College
February 27th 12:45 p.m. Truman State