1-18-2019 Daily Bulletin
Mark Morris High School
Friday, Jan. 18, 2019
ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES
|BOWLING-Away-R.A. Long Tournament||1:00||12:30|
ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)
ATTENTION: Spring Sport Athletes-FamilyID registration will begin Wednesday, Jan. 23.
MLK Basketball event on Monday, Jan. 21- Admissions will be $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and youth. No WIAA or NWAC passes to be used.
CANCELLED: Any student wishing to participate in the Bigfoot Club we will be having a meeting this Friday after school in Room A-1. We will be preparing for the squatchfest at the Expo Center. Two members of the T.V. hit show Finding Bigfoot will be there-Cliff and Bobo as well as live music, food.
Winterball guest passes are now available starting and due back by Jan. 25, 2019.
This week is King’s Court week. King’s Court is a scholarship with a royalty court of 6 people who are the finalists for the scholarship. The 2 winners of the scholarship will be crowned on Friday, the 18th. Part of our celebration of service to school and community we have a spirit week to show our community spirit. Wear Pacific Northwest gear on Monday, clashing patterns or crazy colors on Tuesday, Generation day on Wednesday (freshmen dress as infants, sophomores dress as college students, juniors dress as soccer moms and dads and seniors dress as senior citizens). Business day is Thursday to support our DECA chapter during the Area 9 competition, and Friday is Coronation day, so be sure to wear your crown. Be sure to show your spirit next week.
Attention Seniors who are planning on applying to a 4-year college or university:
Many priority deadlines for applications are approaching at the end of this month. Now is the time to complete your FAFSA if you have not already. Stop by the career center or guidance office for more information.
PSAT scores are in. Please stop by the Guidance Office to pick up your scores and test booklet.
NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER
COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
Sign up for these in the Career Center
Volunteers are needed to help with this year’s Squatch Festival on Friday & Saturday, January 25 & 26 at the Cowlitz County Convention Center. Help is needed for set up on Friday, and to help at the festival on Saturday. Someone is also needed to wear the Sasquatch costume! Sign up in the Career Center.
ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)
FOR LUNCH TODAY:
Monday: Meatball sub w/baked tots, Steamed Broccoli
Tuesday: Baked Chicken strips, Mashed Potatoes and gravy, Steamed carrots, roll
Wednesday: Made to Order Asian Bowl
Thursday: Monte Cristo Sandwich, Roasted Zucchini, Seasoned Potato Wedges
Friday: Hawaiian Kalua Pork, Rice, Island Slaw, Pineapple Wedge & Hawaiian rolls