Employee Recognition – MOTF

Our Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Facility (MOTF) group would like to recognize the following employees:

Loren Bradshaw, a district electrician, has spent many of his Saturdays helping out when unexpected events occurred.  On more than one occasion he has gone over to the Olympic Elementary School gym to shut down the fire alarm when the beam detectors had been set off. On another occasion, he fixed the backboard of the basketball hoop just in time for an R.A. Long basketball game. Loren has done a lot for this district and we appreciate him greatly. Loren and his wife, Annette, also go to R.A. Long and Mark Morris High School games whenever they can, even though they don’t have kids in school anymore!

The Facilities team would also like to recognize Krista Coleman and Rosie Carter for their work on the district’s facility usage calendars. The Facilities department recently decided to switch their facility usage calendar from a vendor called, “SchoolDude”, to Google Calendars. In less than one week, Krista and Rosie created new Google Calendars for each school, and transferred all of the existing events from SchoolDude to Google Calendars and got it running seamlessly on the district web site. Prior to the new calendars going live, Krista went to each of the schools and offered assistance with Google Calendars.

We appreciate these employees and all the work they have done for Maintenance and Facilities team!

2020-02-25T20:47:12+00:00February 25th, 2020|

2-25-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Attention Fastpitch players- there will be a meeting Thursday at 6:00 p.m. in room C1.

Attention all athletes- there will be a FREE clinic on Wednesday, March 4 from 1:00-5:00 at Monticello Middle School for sports’ physicals to be completed.  The only requirement is that the parent/athlete side of the athletes form must be filled out before a physician evaluates you.

Seniors!!!!!  The annual Civil War Buff Puff game will be Saturday, March 28th.  Any senior boys that are interested in playing or any non-cheerleading seniors please pick up a waiver form from Ms. Bennett at the Activities window.  Waivers are due back to Ms. Bennett Friday, March 13.

Attention all Spring athletes- FamilyID is now open to sign up for Spring sports.

On Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:30-7 p.m., Mainstage Theatre will hold a costume sale! We have so many clothing items and not enough room to store them all, so help us purge! Items are priced at $1 and up, but all are priced to sell!  Hundreds of items will be available.

Our Winter community show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 45 plays in 90 minutes, will open Friday, February 28 and continue February 29th, March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.  and March 7th at 2 p.m.  Audience members choose the order of the plays, all done in a 90 minute time frame. When 90 minutes is up, the show is over!  Rated PG-13 for mild language and mature content. All tickets are $5 and are available online at https://danabrownmainstage.ludus.com/index.php, at the RAL ASB Office, or at the door.

All of these events are at the Dana Brown Mainstage Theatre at R.A. Long H.S. 2903 Nichols Blvd. Longview. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Susan Donahue at sdonahue@longview.k12.wa.us

Thank you!!

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Gyro, Seasoned Chicken, Cucumber, Lettuce, Tzatziki, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Baked Chicken Tenders, BBQ Dipping Sauce, W/G Roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Build Your Own Burrito

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-02-25T15:16:54+00:00February 25th, 2020|

Mark Morris Mattress Fundraiser

Mark Morris High School’s music program will be hosting their Second Annual Mattress Fundraiser! This event will be held Saturday, March 28th from 11am – 5pm at the Mark Morris High School Cafeteria.

For more information see the link below:
bit.ly/beds4markmorris2.

2020-02-25T00:11:01+00:00February 25th, 2020|

2-24-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Monday, February 24, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Seniors!!!!!  The annual Civil War Buff Puff game will be Saturday, March 28th.  Any senior boys that are interested in playing or any non-cheerleading seniors please pick up a waiver form from Ms. Bennett at the Activities window.  Waivers are due back to Ms. Bennett Friday, March 13.

Attention all members of the Sasquatch club, there will be a meeting Monday after school in Room A-1, all are welcome, even if you don’t believe.

Winterball pictures can be picked up at the Activities window.

Attention all Spring athletes- FamilyID is now open to sign up for Spring sports.

Interested in participating in Art club?  Come to room D1 on Thursdays after school.  Come help us prepare for the Fine Arts Festival in May.  We want your creative input!

Have you ever thought about being a fire fighter/first responder, health care professional, or police officer?  If so, Kelso School District has a terrific opportunity for you!  All Cowlitz County Juniors and Seniors are eligible to participate in these programs for the 2020-2021 school year.  Kelso High School students can pick up an application at the Career Center.  All other Cowlitz County high school students can pick up an application at their counseling center.  These classes offer responsible and dependable students an opportunity to experience real work environments, and they can possibly earn college credit as well.  If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor or Denise Prescott in the Kelso High School Career Center (call 501-1838, or e-mail to denise.prescott@kelsosd.org).

GSA meets every Friday in Mr. Buhl’s room after school.

On Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:30-7 p.m., Mainstage Theatre will hold a costume sale! We have so many clothing items and not enough room to store them all, so help us purge! Items are priced at $1 and up, but all are priced to sell!  Hundreds of items will be available.

Our Winter community show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 45 plays in 90 minutes, will open Friday, February 28 and continue February 29th, March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.  and March 7th at 2 p.m.  Audience members choose the order of the plays, all done in a 90 minute time frame. When 90 minutes is up, the show is over!  Rated PG-13 for mild language and mature content. All tickets are $5 and are available online at https://danabrownmainstage.ludus.com/index.php, at the RAL ASB Office, or at the door.

All of these events are at the Dana Brown Mainstage Theatre at R.A. Long H.S. 2903 Nichols Blvd. Longview. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Susan Donahue at sdonahue@longview.k12.wa.us

Thank you!!

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Broccoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Gyro, Seasoned Chicken, Cucumber, Lettuce, Tzatziki, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Baked Chicken Tenders, BBQ Dipping Sauce, W/G Roll, Baked Beans

Friday:  Build Your Own Burrito

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-02-24T15:21:24+00:00February 24th, 2020|

Mark Morris FBLA students win awards!

Mark Morris High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) had 18 winners at the FBLA Regionals Competition on January 27, 2020. Since they all were in the Top 6, they all advance to State. Quite an accomplishment – Go Monarchs!

Mark Morris FBLA winners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Morris High School FBLA 2020 REGIONAL COMPETITON WINNERS
COMPETITION PLACE COMPETITOR
Digital Video Production 1 Raeanne Allen & Emma Johnson
Emerging Business Issues 1 Bri Johnson & Gabe Slind
Global Business 1 Mackynlee Tweit & Dahlia Vazquez
Intro to Business Presentation 1 Carson Allen, Finnegan Boyd, Josh Pond
Business Law 1 Bri Johnson
Broadcast Journalism 2 Joe Burchett & Bri Johnson
Business Ethics 2 Bri Johnson
Client Service 2 Elisabeth Weber
Digital Video Production 2 Finnegan Boyd, Tyler Kooiman, Jacob Robertson
Intro to Public Speaking 2 Carson Allen, Finnegan Boyd, Josh Pond
Public Service Announcement 2 Raeanne Allen, Peyton Blondin, Jacob Robertson
Business Communications 2 Emma Johnson
Intro to Business Procedures 2 Josh Pond
Political Science 2 Tyler Kooiman
Emerging Business Issues 3 Elizabeth Martin
Intro to Business Procedures 3 Peyton Blondin
Intro to Business Procedures 4 Carson Allen, Finnegan Boyd, Josh Pond
Personal Finance 4 Tyler Kooiman
Impromptu Speaking 5 Tyler Kooiman
Business Law 5 Madison Scudder
Publication Design 6 Elisabeth Weber
Sales Presentation 6 Jakob Burleson
Health Care Administration 6 Allie Scudder

 

2020-02-21T18:19:40+00:00February 21st, 2020|

JANUARY STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

MATH

Kasey Huls – Kasey is the student of the month in math.   She has encountered a few challenges that were beyond her control during her academic career, but she has persevered by working hard to reach her goals.  I admire her strength and determination and am looking forward to seeing her grow even more.

Submitted by Ms. Shaw

 

 

 

 

 

WORLD LANGUAGE (Spanish)

Carson Allen – Carson is a second year Spanish student. He has worked diligently to increase his abilities and grow in the use of the language. He is cooperative and helpful when working with other classmates. Always working to do better each day, Carson is hardworking and well on his way to great proficiencies in Spanish.

Submitted by Mr. Ruhter

 

 

 

 

 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION (Swimming)

Kaitlyn Hylton – Kaitlyn works hard in my class every day she is here, she has a great attitude and my class is better because of her.

Submitted by Ms. Clark

 

ATTENDANCE OFFICE

Alison Knapp has been a great help in the attendance office.  She runs notes, takes new students on tours of the campus, puts the mail into teachers’ boxes, and helps keep the attendance office running smoothly.  She always has a great attitude and goes out of her way to be helpful.  Thanks for all your help, Alison!

Submitted by Ms. Bradshaw

 

 

 

 

 

GUIDANCE OFFICE

Toby Larson – Toby always greets others with a positive attitude, he always goes the extra mile, is willing to help in any way.  His kind demeanor and friendly disposition sets him apart from his peers.

Submitted by Ms. Benson

 

 

 

 

 

SCIENCE

Conner Hurse – Science Student of the month for January is Conner Hurse.  Conner earned the highest score in Ms. Princehouse’s Physical Science classes, with a 95%.  Conner is engaged in class activities and asks excellent, clarifying questions during class discussion.  He completes his work punctually.  Conner is also extremely helpful to struggling classmates. Keep up the good work, Conner!!

Submitted by Ms. Princehouse

 

 

 

 

ENGLISH

Ilinca Slabu has consistently achieved at an exceptional level all school year in English 11.  She, remarkably, had zero missing assignments in the first semester, and her work is always of high quality.  She is business like, efficient, conscientious, thoughtful, and detail oriented in all she does.  She also participates in class with insightful comments, behaves maturely, communicates politely with all, and is respectful, helpful, and courteous to all students.

Submitted by Mr. Rooklidge

 

 

 

 

INTENSIVE ASSISTANCE TEAM

Luis Ramos-Aquino is a Senior that comes to class daily with a positive “Can Do, Will Do Attitude” every day!!! He is organized, diligent, patient and an excellent self -advocate.   Not only does he focus on his own responsibilities but he is a strong leader, who gently encourages his peers to succeed with his positive attitude, constant smile, and kind words on a daily Basis.  What a Monarch!!! Watch out world, here he comes!

Submitted by Mr. Vegh

 

 

 

 

ART (Ceramics)

Kaitlyne Hylton – Senior Kaitlyne Hylton’s enthusiasm for and curiosity of the medium of clay is demonstrated best by her theme of choice:  dinosaurs.  Kaitlyne has excellent attendance, she’s a respectful studio member and raises the bar with each assignment; and as a result she’s growing in technical skill as she creates new ways to conceptualize her whimsical prehistoric creatures.  One wishes she would have taken Ceramics sooner in her high school career!

Submitted by Ms. Robasky

CTE (Microsoft IT Academy)

Jake FitzsimmonsJake Fitzsimmons wants to succeed, and he demonstrates the work ethic to achieve.  He works hard, completes the assignments, comes in before and after school to get help, and strives to earn the best grade.  He passed the Word Microsoft Certification exam with an 807 (excellent score).  Jake succeeds because he chooses to do his best.

Submitted by Ms. Schauer

 

 

 

 

SOCIAL STUDIES

Anna Wisuri – Anna does an excellent job in every aspect of being a student in my classroom.  She consistently produces quality work, is polite and respectful to all of those around her, and is a very hard worker.  It is truly a pleasure to have Anna in class.

Submitted by Mr. Ulman

 

 

 

 

 

MUSIC (Band)

Ainsley Hayes is Student of the Month for music (band).  Ansley is a hard working individual who enjoys a challenge.  She recently participated in our regional solo and ensemble contest, performing a long and difficult solo on clarinet.  I really appreciate her positive attitude and work ethic.

Submitted by Ms. Huffman

2020-02-21T01:50:55+00:00February 21st, 2020|

2-20-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 20, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Anyone who was not able to make it to the girls’ tennis meeting but is planning on playing, or who would like additional information, should see Mr. Smith in room AA8 before or after school this week.

Winterball pictures can be picked up at the Activities window.

Girls’ interested in playing Girls’ Golf.  There will be a meeting on Friday the 21st in Mr. Ulman’s room at 2:30.  If you cannot attend please contact Mr. Ulman and let him know you plan on playing.

Class officer elections are coming up quick.  Hurry and get an application from Ms. Bennett at the Activities window.  Applications are due February 21st at 2:30 p.m.  Elections are February 28th.  Good luck!

Attention all Spring athletes- FamilyID is now open to sign up for Spring sports.

Interested in participating in Art club?  Come to room D1 on Thursdays after school.  Come help us prepare for the Fine Arts Festival in May.  We want your creative input!

Have you ever thought about being a fire fighter/first responder, health care professional, or police officer?  If so, Kelso School District has a terrific opportunity for you!  All Cowlitz County Juniors and Seniors are eligible to participate in these programs for the 2020-2021 school year.  Kelso High School students can pick up an application at the Career Center.  All other Cowlitz County high school students can pick up an application at their counseling center.  These classes offer responsible and dependable students an opportunity to experience real work environments, and they can possibly earn college credit as well.  If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor or Denise Prescott in the Kelso High School Career Center (call 501-1838, or e-mail to denise.prescott@kelsosd.org).

GSA meets every Friday in Mr. Buhl’s room after school.

On Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:30-7 p.m., Mainstage Theatre will hold a costume sale! We have so many clothing items and not enough room to store them all, so help us purge! Items are priced at $1 and up, but all are priced to sell!  Hundreds of items will be available.

Our Winter community show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 45 plays in 90 minutes, will open Friday, February 28 and continue February 29th, March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.  and March 7th at 2 p.m.  Audience members choose the order of the plays, all done in a 90 minute time frame. When 90 minutes is up, the show is over!  Rated PG-13 for mild language and mature content. All tickets are $5 and are available online at https://danabrownmainstage.ludus.com/index.php, at the RAL ASB Office, or at the door.

All of these events are at the Dana Brown Mainstage Theatre at R.A. Long H.S. 2903 Nichols Blvd. Longview. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Susan Donahue at sdonahue@longview.k12.wa.us

Thank you!!

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  President’s Day

Tuesday:  Mandarin Orange Chicken over Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Bacon, Ranch Sandwich w/lettuce, Sriracha Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Popcorn Chicken, W/G Roll, Baked Beans, Roasted Zucchini

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Baked Potato Gems

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-02-20T15:09:26+00:00February 20th, 2020|

Employees of Distinction – Mr. Hartley & Mrs. Kotera

Congratulations goes to our Employees of Distinction – Phil Hartley from Monticello Middle School and R.A. Long’s Tiffany Kotera. Please join us in congratulating Phil and Tiffany for being selected as the Employees of Distinction for the first half of the 2019-2020 school year.Employees of Distinction

Mr. Hartley and Mrs. Kotera were selected as the Employees of Distinction from a pool of outstanding certificated and classified employees submitted by principals. This award signifies excellence in performance and outstanding commitment to our kids. Two more Employees of Distinction will be chosen for the second half of the year and two will be recognized as Employees of Distinction for the entire 2019-20 school year.

Great job Phil and Tiffany!

Let’s also give a big round of applause for all the first half of the year Employee of Distinction nominees: Shelley Allis, Kathy Bailey, Carrie Bodenhamer, Jori Cachelin, Kathy Campton, Holly Davis, Jane Gutridge, Angela Hampton, Cynthia Hanson, Kim Halleck, Nate McMullan, Justyne Mullenix, Rhonda Nofsinger, David Nofsinger, Kelly Parvas, Kim Rambo, Christina Reeves, Sam Tilton and Lora Rulo.

 

2020-02-20T22:51:55+00:00February 20th, 2020|

2-19-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Anyone who was not able to make it to the girls’ tennis meeting but is planning on playing, or who would like additional information, should see Mr. Smith in room AA8 before or after school this week.

Winterball pictures can be picked up in cafeteria after school today.

Girls’ interested in playing Girls’ Golf.  There will be a meeting on Friday the 21st in Mr. Ulman’s room at 2:30.  If you cannot attend please contact Mr. Ulman and let him know you plan on playing.

Class officer elections are coming up quick.  Hurry and get an application from Ms. Bennett at the Activities window.  Applications are due February 21st at 2:30 p.m.  Elections are February 28th.  Good luck!

Attention all Spring athletes- FamilyID is now open to sign up for Spring sports.

Interested in participating in Art club?  Come to room D1 on Thursdays after school.  Come help us prepare for the Fine Arts Festival in May.  We want your creative input!

Have you ever thought about being a fire fighter/first responder, health care professional, or police officer?  If so, Kelso School District has a terrific opportunity for you!  All Cowlitz County Juniors and Seniors are eligible to participate in these programs for the 2020-2021 school year.  Kelso High School students can pick up an application at the Career Center.  All other Cowlitz County high school students can pick up an application at their counseling center.  These classes offer responsible and dependable students an opportunity to experience real work environments, and they can possibly earn college credit as well.  If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor or Denise Prescott in the Kelso High School Career Center (call 501-1838, or e-mail to denise.prescott@kelsosd.org).

GSA meets every Friday in Mr. Buhl’s room after school.

On Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:30-7 p.m., Mainstage Theatre will hold a costume sale! We have so many clothing items and not enough room to store them all, so help us purge! Items are priced at $1 and up, but all are priced to sell!  Hundreds of items will be available.

Our Winter community show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 45 plays in 90 minutes, will open Friday, February 28 and continue February 29th, March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.  and March 7th at 2 p.m.  Audience members choose the order of the plays, all done in a 90 minute time frame. When 90 minutes is up, the show is over!  Rated PG-13 for mild language and mature content. All tickets are $5 and are available online at https://danabrownmainstage.ludus.com/index.php, at the RAL ASB Office, or at the door.

All of these events are at the Dana Brown Mainstage Theatre at R.A. Long H.S. 2903 Nichols Blvd. Longview. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Susan Donahue at sdonahue@longview.k12.wa.us

Thank you!!

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED)

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  President’s Day

Tuesday:  Mandarin Orange Chicken over Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Bacon, Ranch Sandwich w/lettuce, Sriracha Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Popcorn Chicken, W/G Roll, Baked Beans, Roasted Zucchini

Friday:  Bacon Cheeseburger, Baked Potato Gems

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-02-19T14:59:24+00:00February 19th, 2020|

2-13-2020 Daily Bulletin

Mark Morris High School

DAILY BULLETIN

Thursday, February 13, 2020

ATHLETICS & ACTIVITIES

        DISMISS
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

 

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (SCHOOL RELATED)

Class officer elections are coming up quick.  Hurry and get an application from Ms. Bennett at the Activities window.  Applications are due February 21st at 2:30 p.m.  Elections are February 28th.  Good luck!

There will be a short meeting for those wishing to participate in girls’ tennis after school TODAY in the LGIC.

GSA, Gender Sexuality Alliance, will be selling “ROAR with the Pride” T-shirts this week during both lunches on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.  Each T-shirt is $20 and supports the GSA club.  Pictures of the T-shirt will be displayed outside Mr. Buhl’s door as well as at the selling table during both lunches.  See Mr. Buhl for more specific information if needed.

Attention all Spring athletes- FamilyID is now open to sign up for Spring sports.

Interested in participating in Art club?  Come to room D1 on Thursdays after school.  Come help us prepare for the Fine Arts Festival in May.  We want your creative input!

Have you ever thought about being a fire fighter/first responder, health care professional, or police officer?  If so, Kelso School District has a terrific opportunity for you!  All Cowlitz County Juniors and Seniors are eligible to participate in these programs for the 2020-2021 school year.  Kelso High School students can pick up an application at the Career Center.  All other Cowlitz County high school students can pick up an application at their counseling center.  These classes offer responsible and dependable students an opportunity to experience real work environments, and they can possibly earn college credit as well.  If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor or Denise Prescott in the Kelso High School Career Center (call 501-1838, or e-mail to denise.prescott@kelsosd.org).

GSA meets every Friday in Mr. Buhl’s room after school.

Mainstage Theatre, Longview School District’s HS Theatre program (both MM and RAL), is proud to announce the following

Ugh, Love! A Theatre Nightmare Fundraiser

On Thursday, February 13th, theatre students will arrive two hours before curtain to get ready to perform a play that they don’t know and haven’t rehearsed. At 7:30 p.m., they will perform it for you!  Entry is by donation and students are raising money to go to state or pay other theatre fees! Doors open at 7 p.m.

On Tuesday, March 3rd from 2:30-7 p.m., Mainstage Theatre will hold a costume sale! We have so many clothing items and not enough room to store them all, so help us purge! Items are priced at $1 and up, but all are priced to sell!  Hundreds of items will be available.

Our Winter community show, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 45 plays in 90 minutes, will open Friday, February 28 and continue February 29th, March 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.  and March 7th at 2 p.m.  Audience members choose the order of the plays, all done in a 90 minute time frame. When 90 minutes is up, the show is over!  Rated PG-13 for mild language and mature content. All tickets are $5 and are available online at https://danabrownmainstage.ludus.com/index.php, at the RAL ASB Office, or at the door.

All of these events are at the Dana Brown Mainstage Theatre at R.A. Long H.S. 2903 Nichols Blvd. Longview. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Susan Donahue at sdonahue@longview.k12.wa.us

Thank you!!

NOTES FROM THE GUIDANCE OFFICE & CAREER CENTER

COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES

Sign up for these in the Career Center

The Children’s Discovery Museum is in need of volunteers.  Stop by the Career Center for more information.

Monticello Park Senior Living is looking for volunteers to teach their residents how to use their cell phones, computers, or other electronics.  This will be on Wednesdays in January starting at 2:00pm.  Sign up in the Career Center.

ACTIVITIES/INFORMATION (NON-SCHOOL RELATED

FOR LUNCH TODAY:

Monday:  Pepperoni Calzone, Steamed Brocoli, Baked Potato Gems

Tuesday:  Teriyaki Chicken, Vegetable Fried Rice, Steamed Carrots

Wednesday:  Chicken Gyro, Seasoned Chicken, Cucumber, Lettuce, Tzatziki, Sweet Potato Tots

Thursday:  Baked Chicken Tenders, BBQ Dipping Sauce, W/G Roll and Baked Beans

Friday:  NO SCHOOL-Weather Make-up Day

STAFF INFORMATION:

2020-02-13T14:58:40+00:00February 13th, 2020|