Daily Bulletin 04/23/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Chicken Fingers with Biscuit, Sloppy Joe, Southwest Fiesta Bowl with Baked Scoops, Teriyaki Burger, Chef Salad with Biscuit

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Taco Crunch with Baked Scoops, Pepperoni Pizza, Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Bean & Cheese Burrito, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Chicken Sausage Biscuit, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Environment (noun) The surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates

 

Social Skill of the week:

Making a Request (Asking a Favor)

  1. Look at the person
  2. Use a clear, pleasant voice tone.
  3. Making your request in the form of a question by saying “Would you…” and “Please…”
  4. If your request is granted, remember to say “Thank you.”
  5. If your request is denied, remember to accept “No” for an answer.

 

Reasons:

Your calm and respectful behavior shows maturity and reason, which makes you look deserving of the “Yes” response.
Today is an X day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207 and Rubik’s Cube Club in room 211

 

NO CLUBS TOMORROW

 

 

YEAH, we won a bench!!!!!!  Thanks to everyone who brought in plastic film and your dedication to the right thing, the recycle thing!!!

 

 

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/20/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Friday, April 20th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: French Toast Sticks with Sausage Links, Cheeseburger, Chicken Taquitos with Cheese Sauce, French Toast Sticks with Mozzarella Cheese Sticks, Chef Salad with Roll

 

MONDAY’S  ENTRÉE: Chicken Fingers with Biscuit, Sloppy Joe, Southwest Fiesta Bowl with Baked Scoops, Teriyaki Burger, Chef Salad with Biscuit

 

MONDAY’S BREAKFAST:  Mini Chocolate Chip French Toast, Apple Cinnamon Cheerios Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Genre (noun) A particular type or class of literary, musical, or artistic composition

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is a Y day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are Movie Making Club in Room 214 (Computer Lab), SMART Girls Club in Room 214 and Ukulele Club in Media Center- West Room                                                    

 

MONDAY‘S CLUBS are Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207 and Rubik’s Cube Club in room 211

 

It’s “Karaoke Friday” in the library during all lunches today!

 

Please do not wait to receive a NOTICE that you have an overdue book. Be responsible. Return any books that are overdue TODAY.

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/19/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Thursday, April 19th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Spaghetti & Meat Sauce with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Mexi Pizza, Chicken Strips with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Spaghetti & Marinara Sauce with Shredded Mozzarella Cheese & Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Chef Salad with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: French Toast Sticks with Sausage Links, Cheeseburger, Chicken Taquitos with Cheese Sauce, French Toast Sticks with Mozzarella Cheese Sticks, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Mini Cinnis, Trix Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Genre (noun) A particular type or class of literary, musical, or artistic composition

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is an X day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are French Club in Room 238 (Mrs. Parkening’s Room) and Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207

 

TOMORROW ‘S CLUBS are Movie Making Club in Room 214 (Computer Lab), SMART Girls Club in Room 214 and Ukulele Club in Media Center- West Room                                          

 

 

TOMORROW is Twin Day- so dress like a friend for the day!

 

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/18/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Orange Chicken on Brown Rice, Personal 3 Meat Pizza, Sriracha Fish Sandwich, Falafel with Brown Rice, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Spaghetti & Meat Sauce with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Mexi Pizza, Chicken Strips with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Spaghetti & Marinara Sauce with Shredded Mozzarella Cheese & Fresh Baked Garlic Bread, Chef Salad with Fresh Baked Garlic Bread

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST: Mini Bagels, Frosted Flakes Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Genre (noun) A particular type or class of literary, musical, or artistic composition

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is a Y day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are Board Games in Room 136 (Ms. Spader), Fun with Food Club in Room 221 (Mrs. Siedel’s Room), Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207 and Makerspace in Rm 130 (Mr. Kenny’s Room)

 

 

TOMORROW ‘S CLUBS are French Club in Room 238 (Mrs. Parkening’s Room) and Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207

 

 

Lunches 1 & 2 are open for “Minute to Win It” games in the library today. There will be prizes, but we need a minimum number of participants to play so round up a few friends! Be sure you get passes.

 

On Friday we will be having a spirit day, the theme is Twin Day- so dress like a friend for the day!

 

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/17/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Soft Shell Beef Taco, Breaded Pork Sandwich, Sub Sandwich, Cheesy Taco, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Orange Chicken on Brown Rice, Personal 3 Meat Pizza, Sriracha Fish Sandwich, Falafel with Brown Rice, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Chicken Sausage Pancake Sandwich, Cocoa Puffs Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Genre (noun) A particular type or class of literary, musical, or artistic composition

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is an X day.

 

NO CLUBS TODAY

 

TOMORROW ‘S CLUBS are Board Games in Room 136 (Ms. Spader), Fun with Food Club in Room 221 (Mrs. Siedel’s Room), Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207 and Makerspace in Rm 130 (Mr. Kenny’s Room)

 

Lunch 3 is open for “Minute to Win It” games in the library today. There will be prizes, but we need a minimum number of participants to play so round up a few friends! Be sure you get passes.

 

The track meet scheduled for East High School last Sat. is TODAY and is still at East High School.  The field events (high jump, long jump and shot put) will begin at 5:00.

The running events will begin at 5:30.

 

STUCO meeting for everyone tomorrow, Tuesday April 17 in the cafeteria.

 

On Friday we will be having a spirit day, the theme is Twin Day- so dress like a friend for the day!

 

Bags for a Bench outdid itself in April.  With an April count of 780 pounds, we ended the Bags for the Bench challenge with a grand total of 2,131 pounds.  We won’t find out till later where we landed in the ranks of other schools.  Thanks to all students, staff, parents, and extended Pound people for helping to bring in the bags.  Although we will not need any more large quantities of plastic bags because the TREX challenge is done, we will continue to recycle plastic bags at breakfast and lunch in the Trex boxes in the cafeteria.  Thanks again and stay tuned to find out if we won a bench!

 

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

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/16/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Monday, April 16th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Chicken Nuggets with Roll, Turkey Hot Dog on Bun, Philly Cheese Sandwich, Lil’ Nacho Bites, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Soft Shell Beef Taco, Breaded Pork Sandwich, Sub Sandwich, Cheesy Taco, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Egg & Cheese Sandwich, Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Genre (noun) A particular type or class of literary, musical, or artistic composition

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is a Y day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are DIY Club in Room 136 (Ms. Spader’s Room), Homework Club
6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207, Pokemon Club in Room 122 (Mrs. Bridger’s Room) Rubik’s Cube Club in room 211

 

NO CLUBS TOMORROW

 

The track meet scheduled for East High School last Sat. has been moved to next Tues. 4/17 and is still at East High School.  The field events (high jump, long jump and shot put) will begin at 5:00.

The running events will begin at 5:30.

 

STUCO meeting for everyone tomorrow, Tuesday April 17 in the cafeteria.

 

Anyone who participated in the “Look Like the Book” contest needs to submit their photo in the library today!

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

 

Daily Bulletin 04/13/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Friday, April 13th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Corn Puppies, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Turkey Pepperoni & Sausage Calzone with Marinara Sauce, Grilled Mozzarella Cheese Sandwich, Chef Salad with Roll

 

MONDAY’S  ENTRÉE: Chicken Nuggets with Roll, Turkey Hot Dog on Bun, Philly Cheese Sandwich, Lil’ Nacho Bites, Chef Salad with Roll

 

MONDAY’S BREAKFAST: Mini Banana Pancakes, Apple Cinnamon Cheerios Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Cause (noun/verb) A person or thing that makes something happen; to bring about

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is an X day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are Movie Making Club in Room 214 (Computer Lab) and Ukulele Club in Media Center- West Room

 

MONDAY’S CLUBS are DIY Club in Room 136 (Ms. Spader’s Room), Homework Club
6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207, Pokemon Club in Room 122 (Mrs. Bridger’s Room) Rubik’s Cube Club in room 211

 

“The Greatest Showman” is showing TONIGHT after school. Line up in the commons after school to get your snacks. Arrange for your rides to pick you up at 5:10.

 

STUCO meeting for everyone on Tuesday April17 in the cafeteria.

 

Students: we have a few bright lights summer camp scholarships available. If you are interested, please see your counselor today.

 

April is National Library month. What better excuse for your library ladies to offer another contest…with fabulous prizes!  You simply take a book, grab props and pose so that you look like the book cover. Take a photo & enter it in the contest. It’s that easy…and that fun. Walk by the library and you’ll see examples that other students have done…they’re hilarious! You can grab a book and entry form there too! Great thing to do over the weekend!

 

Monday, April 16 will be our LAST DAY to bring in any plastic bags for our Bags for a Bench!  We are so close.  Don’t stop now.  Save those plastic bags and keep them coming until April 16!

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

 

Daily Bulletin 04/12/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

 TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Creamed Turkey & Whipped Potatoes with Roll, Salisury Steak with Roll, Buffalo Chicken Tenders with Roll, Southwest Pizza, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Corn Puppies, Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Turkey Pepperoni & Sausage Calzone with Marinara Sauce, Grilled Mozzarella Cheese Sandwich, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST: Cherry Frudel, Trix Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Cause (noun/verb) A person or thing that makes something happen; to bring about

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is a Y day.

 

TODAY’S CLUBS are Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207, Magic: the Gathering in Room 232 (Ms. Ruehle’s Room), Ping Pong Club in Commons Area by the main office, Sower Squad Club in Media Center

 

TOMORROW’S CLUBS are Movie Making Club in Room 214 (Computer Lab) and Ukulele Club in Media Center- West Room

 

All Track students make sure you sign up for this weekend’s track meet on google classroom. If you have questions please see Mr. Kenny.

 

It’s “Minute to Win It” in the library during 2nd lunch today.

 

“The Greatest Showman” is showing TOMORROW after school.  Arrange for your rides to pick you up at 5:10.

 

April is National Library month. What better excuse for your library ladies to offer another contest…with fabulous prizes!  You simply take a book, grab props and pose so that you look like the book cover. Take a photo & enter it in the contest. It’s that easy…and that fun. Walk by the library and you’ll see examples that other students have done…they’re hilarious! You can grab a book and entry form there too!

 

Students: we have a few bright lights summer camp scholarships available. If you are interested, please see your counselor today.

 

Monday, April 16 will be our LAST DAY to bring in any plastic bags for our Bags for a Bench!  We are so close.  Don’t stop now.  Save those plastic bags and keep them coming until April 16!

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/11/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Wednesday, April 11th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Cherry Chicken on Brown Rice, Hamburger Pizza, Nebraska Bun, Crustless Soybutter and Jelly Sandwich with Mozzarella Cheese Stick, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Creamed Turkey & Whipped Potatoes with Roll, Salisury Steak with Roll, Buffalo Chicken Tenders with Roll, Southwest Pizza, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST: Turkey Sausage Breakfast Bites, Frosted Flakes Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Cause (noun/verb) A person or thing that makes something happen; to bring about

No Social Skills this week

Today is an X day.

TODAY’S CLUBS are Crafty Critters in Room 221 (Mrs. Siedel’s Room), Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207

 

TOMORROW’S CLUBS are Homework Club 6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207, Magic: the Gathering in Room 232 (Ms. Ruehle’s Room), Ping Pong Club in Commons Area by the main office, Sower Squad Club in Media Center

 

It’s “Minute to Win It” in the library during 1st & 3rd lunches today.

 

Pound Pals – We need lots of help for the 5th grade visit days on Thursday, April 26 and Monday, April 30. Please sign up by this Wednesday. Sign up sheets are in the counseling center.

 

“The Greatest Showman” is showing THIS Friday after school.  Your $5 and permission forms are due in the library today.  If you forgot your permission form, we’ll give you one last chance…be sure to turn it in tomorrow.  Get one in the library or office.

Monday, April 16 will be our LAST DAY to bring in any plastic bags for our Bags for a Bench!  We are so close.  Don’t stop now.  Save those plastic bags and keep them coming until April 16!

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible

Daily Bulletin 04/10/2018

POUND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Tuesday, April 10th, 2018

STUDENT BULLETIN

 

TODAY’S ENTRÉE: Muchos Nacho, Cuban Panini, Cheese Ravioli in Marinara Sauce, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S  ENTRÉE: Cherry Chicken on Brown Rice, Hamburger Pizza, Nebraska Bun, Crustless Soybutter and Jelly Sandwich with Mozzarella Cheese Stick, Chef Salad with Roll

 

TOMORROW’S BREAKFAST:  Mini Berry Pancakes, Cocoa Puffs Cereal, Graham or Animal Crackers

 

Academic Word of the week:  Cause (noun/verb) A person or thing that makes something happen; to bring about

 

No Social Skills this week
Today is a Y day.

 

NO CLUBS TODAY

 

TOMORROW’S CLUBS are Crafty Critters in Room 221 (Mrs. Siedel’s Room), Homework Club
6th Grade: 214, 7th Grade: 212, 8th Grade: 207

 

Thank you to all the French 1 students who participated in the Nebraska French Convention on Saturday at Millard South!  Pound students competed against other Nebraska Middle and High School French students in various categories. Congratulations to Katie Craig and Jessica Brewer who took second place in the Waiter’s race.  Nicole Tinius won first place in the French dessert competition with her Tarte Tatin (or French apple tart).

 

Congratulations to Keaton Peters, Ryan Yakel, Kinya Kairigi, Sophie Thompson, Isabel Skare, and Seth Goldsmith for their outstanding performance on Saturday at the Blair Middle School Honor Band Festival!

 

The library is open during 3rd lunch today to participate in the “Look like the Book” contest. We’ll also have games going on!

 

Pound PTO meets TODAY from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Pound cafeteria. All interested parents are invited to attend.

 

Pound Pals – We need lots of help for the 5th grade visit days on Thursday, April 26 and Monday, April 30. Please sign up by this Wednesday. Sign up sheets are in the counseling center.

 

“The Greatest Showman” is showing in the Pound Theatre (aka the auditorium) THIS Friday after school. $5 includes great movie snacks and permission forms are due in the library tomorrow. Get them in the office or library.

 

8th grade students attending Southwest High School.  If you are interested in being part of Student Council pick up an application in the Counseling Center today.

 

Please congratulate the following medal winners from the Ashland Trap competition on Sunday. Madelynn Oden won a tie breaker for 2nd place in the Junior Female division. Issac Engle also placed 2nd in the Junior Male division after a tie breaker. Good luck to all members of the Pound trap team as they attend the next competition on Saturday April 14th at Lincoln Trap and Skeet.

 

Monday, April 16 will be our LAST DAY to bring in any plastic bags for our Bags for a Bench!  We are so close.  Don’t stop now.  Save those plastic bags and keep them coming until April 16!

 

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

 

 

 

Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible