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Wednesday, Oct. 15

Good Afternoon!  I hope everyone had a great day in school!

A big T-D Shout Out goes to the Q107 Quiz Bowl team.  Our senior team beat the team from Bon Homme 3-1 in their first round of competition.  Way to go, QBT!

If you ordered VB t-shirts in the second order, they are here and can be picked up in Mrs. Dozark’s room.

Attention FB players:  if you want to order a Nighthawk football shirt and didn’t get a chance to sign up in Armour, please come and see Mrs. Nuss for details.  Shirts are $10.  They need to be ordered by Friday.

Elementary students:  Please behave on the playground after school.  When you are on school property, school rules still apply.  Be good or have the privilege to play taken away.

The writer Henry James once said,

“Three things in human life are important: the first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third is to be kind.”

Have an awesome evening!

 

Tuesday, Oct 14

Good Morning! I hope everyone got up on the right side of the bed today, and you are happy, excited and ready to learn.  We have just a few days left in the quarter--it ends this Friday, so if you have missing work, please get it done!

The second order of VB shirts will arrive tomorrow.  If you ordered in this second order, please have your money ready for Coaches Dozark or Mogck.

Speaking of t-shirts, the 1st order of Dig Pink are here.  If you have not paid for your shirt yet, please pay Coach Mogck or Coach Dozark ASAP.  If you didn’t order a Dig Pink shirt the first go-around and you would still like to, you can still order one by noon today.  See the VB coaches.  Cost is $10.

The Lunch ladies are serving us teriyaki chicken or chicken tenders, steamed rice or rice pilaf, oriental vegetables, fruit, the fabulous salad bar and milk.

At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

Here are some words by a former First Lady and important woman in history:

"One's philosophy is not best expressed in words; it is expressed in the choices one makes... and the choices we make are ultimately our responsibility."

Eleanor Roosevelt

So make good choices today and learn lots!  Have a good day!

 

Monday, Oct. 6 - Morning

Good Morning!  I hope everyone had a great fall weekend.

Today the Jr. High and JV football players need to be excused at 2:45, so they can leave for their game at Scotland at  3 p.m.  Good luck, Boys!

Good luck to the VB team as they take on Wagner tonight.  Keep digging for those wins!

Two school weeks—that’s 10 days—left in the first quarter.  The quarter ends Oct. 17.  Students, make sure your missing work and make up work is getting complete.  Don’t let the end of the quarter and low grades sneak up on you!

HS Students:  Tomorrow is the deadline for signing up for the Q107 Quiz Bowl team.  Come to the office and see Mrs. Nuss if you want to join.

The Kaylor 4-H Club would like to inform everyone that this is National 4-H Week.  4-H is an organization that teaches you how to be better leaders and role models in your communities and schools.  If you are between ages 8-18 you can join.  If you are interested in joining 4-H, contact a 4-H member at T-D.

The lunch ladies are serving up chicken patties, broccoli, sweet rice or rice pilaf, buns, fruit, milk all complemented by their fabulous salad bar.

At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

Remember that T-D students are respectful, smart and caring. We care for each other and our school.  Be good today and learn lots and get your work caught up.

Tuesday, Oct. 7

Good Morning!  I hope you Early Birds got a great look at the moon this morning!  Beautiful!  Set your alarm for early tomorrow if you want to take in a Lunar eclipse…..don’t remember what that is?  Ask your science teacher….

Nine days and counting left in the first quarter.  The quarter ends Oct. 17.  Students, make sure your missing work is getting complete.  Don’t let the end of the quarter and low grades sneak up on you!

K-6 Students, Mrs. Heinz asked me to please remind you to follow the directions you discussed on Friday so your class can earn more nighthawk coupons.  Last week was rough on the playground and in the lunchroom.  Remember to follow all playground rules at recess and don’t forget to bring your manners to the lunchroom.  I know this week will be much better!

Congrats to VB team for playing well last night against a tough Wagner team….don’t give up!

Juniors and Seniors, Mrs. Fritz is putting on an informational meeting for you and your parents at 7pm, tonight in the gym. We will talk about a planning timeline, postsecondary options, ACT, dual credit classes, and scholarships. I hope you all can make it! 

A rep from the Job Corps will be here to talk to students at 10am on Wednesday. Let Mrs. Fritz know if you are interested in talking to her. 

The ladies in the lunchroom are serving up pizza sticks and sauce, salad bar, fruit and milk.

At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

Be good to each other today and learn lots.

Wednesday, Oct. 8

Good Morning!  This season of fall gives us such wonderful colors and special effects produced by Mother Nature.  I hope you are paying attention.

Eight days and counting left in the first quarter.  The quarter ends Oct. 17.  Students, make sure your missing work is getting complete.  Don’t let the end of the quarter and low grades sneak up on you!

Juniors and Seniors, If you didn’t attend the meeting that Mrs. Fritz held last night, please stop by her office and pick up the notes and handouts. 

A rep from the Job Corps will be here to talk to students at 10am today. Let Mrs. Fritz know if you are interested in talking to her. 

The ladies in the lunchroom are serving up turkey dinner with mashes ‘tators and gravy with fruit and their fabulous salad bar.  Can’t wait!

At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

 I have a quote I would like to share with you: 

“Your greatness is measured by your kindness; your education and intellect by your modesty; your ignorance is betrayed by your suspicions and prejudices, and your real caliber is measured by the consideration and tolerance you have for others.”

—William J.H. Boetcker
Religious Leader, Influential Public Speaker

 Be good to each other today.  Learn lots.

Thursday, Oct. 9

 Good Morning!  It’s a great day to be a Nighthawk!

 A representative from Lake Area Vo-Tech in Watertown will be in Mrs. Fritz’s office at 10:25 today.  If you are interested in meeting with that rep, please see Mrs. Fritz.

Our FB team will be playing at Howard on Friday.  It is their Homecoming and the folks there are having a tailgate party and serving steak sandwiches, baked beans, dessert and a drink.  Cost is $7 is you want to support their football program.  Go be spoilers at their Homecoming, Boys!

The lunch ladies are serving us Mac 'n Cheese, chicken tenders, fresh carrots, salad bar, fruit and milk.

 At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

 I have a quote I would like to share with you:

There are two kinds of pride, both good and bad. 'Good pride' represents our dignity and self-respect. 'Bad pride' is the deadly sin of superiority that reeks of conceit and arrogance.

John C. Maxwell

Have a great day, everyone!  Learn lots!

Friday, Oct. 10

Good Morning!  Where has the week gone?  Time flies when you’re leaning so much and having fun!

The football team takes on the Howard Tigers tonight for their Homecoming.  Go show them what ‘ya got, Guys!  Be the spoilers!

Congrats to the C and JV Volleyball teams for their decisive wins over Sanborn-Woonsocket last night!  Good job, Ladies!

The 1st Quarter ends one week from today-Oct. 17.  Students, any work not made up (unless you have an excused absence) or missing will not receive credit.  Get going on it!

The ladies in the lunch room are serving up hamburgers, baked beans, fruit, salad bar and milk.  Sounds great, can’t wait!

 At this time, we will say the pledge of allegiance.  Please stand at attention, face the flag, and place your right hand over your heart….and say with me

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all."

I have a challenge for you today:  Let's do one kind thing, everyone.  Let’s Pay it Forward today. 

Learn lots!