Daily Bulletin 09/04/2018


Tuesday, September 4th, 2018




TODAY’S ENTRÉE:  Chicken Nuggets, Teriyaki Beef Nuggets, Chef Salad, Omelet, Falafel Nuggets – Roll/English Muffins


TOMORROW’S ENTRÉE: Tangerine Chicken on Brown Rice, Breaded Pork Sandwich, Fish Melt Sandwich, Chef Salad – Roll


TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Fruit Filled Frudel, Trix Cereal, Mini Loaf, Yogurt


Social Skill of the week:
Accepting ‘No’ for an Answer

  1. Look at the person
  2. Say “Okay”
  3. Stay calm
  4. If you disagree, ask later

Reasons: Hear more ‘Yes’ answers when possible.


Academic Word of the week:  obvious (adjective)

Easily perceived or understood; evident

 Today is a Y day


Attention all students:  Are you a leader or enjoys helping others?  If the answer is “yes” please consider becoming a Pound Pal.  Pound Pals help with many school events, give tours to new student, and make and hang signs to support every student.  Applications can be picked up in the Counseling Center starting today.  This includes new or returning Pound Pals. All completed applications must be turned into the Counseling Center by Friday September 7th.

Sign-ups are due tomorrow for morning choir.  Choirs meet before school at 7 AM starting the week of September 10th.  They do not conflict with before school band or orchestra. If you’re interested in joining, stop by room 162 and grab a sign up form.  Groups are open for all students grades 6-8.

Clubs are starting up next week (week of Sept 10). Check the bulletin board in the cafeteria to see what clubs are being offered this year and sign up. To sign up for a club, add your first & last name to the sign up sheet and remember to show up! Sign up sheets are updated every Friday with clubs for the following week. All clubs are FREE and run from 3-4 after school. You can find all things club on Pound’s website under the “Stu Activities” tab. If you have any questions, check the website or see your counselor.

TEACHERS please put your blue recycle bins in the hallway for 3rd period pick-up


Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible