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Announcements 9/8/17

September 8th, 2017

Friday, September 7th, 2017

 

Student Council/Help for Harvey

The Student Council is continuing our “Help 4 Houston” hurricane relief fundraiser until Wednesday, Sept. 13th! For as little as $1, you enter yourself for a chance to pie one of our Scribner staff members in the face! For every $20 that a staff member’s jar receives, a student will be drawn to pie him or her. The more you bring in, the more chances you’ve got! Lastly, we have one exciting addition to our list of staff members participating. Mr. Stackhouse is not only in the running for a pie in the face, but he said that if his jar earns more than $200 in donations, he will finally cut his hair! So, all you Stackhouse fans need to step up your donation game!

Volleyball

7th and 8th grade girls volleyball.  Your match against Corydon on Tuesday, September 12th next week has been moved up to Monday, September 11th.  Please stay after school on Monday and meet your coach in the gym.  Your bus will leave at 4:45

The 5th grade Lady Panthers were defeated by Scottsburg in three sets: 17-25, 25-20, an 8-15. Top servers were Reese Tiesing, Kaleigh Medlock, and Anderson Hall.  Top passers were Lauren Yowell, Reese Tiesing, and Sophia Sharp.  The 6th grade Lady Panthers were defeated in two sets:17-25 and 15-25.  Top servers were:  Murphy Singleton and  Blayne Perkins. Good sets by Claire Dugggins and Doneisha Boykin. Top passers were Whitney Byrd, Murphy Singleton, and Blayne Perkins. Next game is on Monday, at home, against Henryville.

Intramurals

Another beautiful day for sports.  This week we played soccer.  Twenty seven students showed up to play.  We divided into three teams and played a round robin, where every plays everyone else.  Bensing/Jenks, Luther/Taylor, Dowdell/Beverly and Lampton/Pavek started off with a 1-0 win.  Sullivan/Zipper also won their game 1-0.  The last game of the night put the two undefeated teams against each other.  After ten minutes of up and down, the game ended in a tie.  Great job by everyone.
Mr. Cook

Cross Country

Great Job to all runners last night on a very hilly course at Crawford County. Girls top finishers were Trinity Hobbs 6th and Priscilla Byrd 35th.

Boys- They did it again 3 meets and 3 wins. Top Finishers were Jack Moutardier 3rd, Philip Gill 13th, Aaron Lord 17th, Nathaniel Higbie 20th, and Aidan Lord 21st.

Next Practice is Tuesday 9/12.

Football

Your Panther football team completed a very difficult two games in three days with a big victory over River Valley last night 42-26 . The offensive line owned the night giving Jay Johnson, Resean Dickens and Dorien Weathers the room they needed to run wild on the Raiders. Coaches praised the play of J’Sean Groves, Malik Peters, Charlie Wilson and Jonathan Hall along with the entire offensive unit. The praise did not stop there as the Panther defense was dominant the whole game.  Message from Coach Cruse…”playing one game a week is tough, two games in three days is incredibly tough, we know you are sore, rest up,  we will get back to practice Monday and get ready for Highland Hills, we are proud of you guys” go Panthers!!

Soccer and Dance

Come out and cheer on the Junior Bulldolls at halftime of both the JV and Varsity boys’ soccer games tonight. Good luck Scribner dancers, Taylor Cornell, Gabrielle Doss, Summer Dierking, Analiese Hickman, Marin Higbie, Mia Kerberg, Aubrey Luby, Savanah Pope, Nichole Richert, Caylin Walters, and Zoe Zell!

Walkout

The 2017 PANTHER WALK OUT will be held on Wed., 9/27 for 5th-6th graders and Thurs., 9/28 for 7th-8th graders.  ALL students will walk out this year and receive an ice pop. Donations to receive prizes may be made on line. Prizes include bags of chips, treats in the Panther Lounge, limited edition Walk Out shirts, and take out lunch with up to 6 friends! Thank you for supporting our PTO!  https://donorbox.org/2017pantherwalkout

 

Water Walk at the Riverfront

Sept. 16th at the New Albany Amphitheater. For more information pick up a flyer in the main office.

Family Movie Night

Watch a free movie in the park! Every Saturday night in September. Flyers located in the office. Sponsored by the City of New Albany and the Horseshoe Foundation.

Lunch

Oven Fried Chicken

Macaroni and Cheese