Announcements 3-8-19

March 8th, 2019

Friday, March 8, 2019

 

Swimming

Congratulations to the Scribner swim team that beat Charlestown and New Washington last night.  Placing first for Scribner were Lauren Lopp, Colin Kruer, Eli Jackson, Preslava Nedelchava.

Also scoring for Scribner were Ben Jacobs, Ellie Scharlow, Dimitar Slavov, Shiloh Sumner, Preston Eger, Reese Raymond, Mattison Payne, Griffin Hampton. Great job by all!

 

Tennis

Girl’s tennis practice has been canceled for Friday, March 8th. Practices will resume on Monday, March 11.

 

Track

Scribner track team will start practice Monday March 11th after school until 5:30pm. We will be in the gym, so bring some gym clothes and come join the fun. The track team is open to all Scribner students following school planner rules. You must have a physical on file to participate. Track practice Monday after school in the gym until 5:30pm.

 

Coach Stout

 

Book Fair

Book Fair starts next week!  5th and 6th Grades will visit with their ELA teachers Monday or Tuesday.  7th Grade will visit during Geography on Wednesday and 8th Grade will visit during Core on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. All students are welcome on Thursday or Friday if they have money and a “wish list” pass.  Your pass will be a filled out “wish list” that you will complete during your class visit so come with a pencil and be sure to fill one out.

 

 

 

8th Grade

Attention all 8th graders! Don’t forget to submit baby/childhood photos for the year end video to Ms. London by March 13th!

 

Also, any 8th grade girl that is interested in being a member of the New Albany Bulldolls Dance team should mark their calendar for tryouts on Friday, April 5th . There is also an informational meeting for parents on Wednesday, April 3rd at 6:00 pm.

 

PTO

Heads Up! This is your last chance to participate in the Spring Red Apple fundraiser. Order forms and payments are due Monday, March 11. Thank you for supporting this fundraiser and your PTO.

 

 

From Mrs. Samsel:

A special thanks to Gage Schmidt, a 7th grader who quickly identified the problem with the PAC curtain, engineered a plan to fix it and fixed it so the talent show would have a working curtain.  It’s this kind of ingenuity and extra effort that make Scribner a great place.  Thanks Gage!

 

Lunch

Philly Cheese Steak

Roast Turkey and Gravy

Roasted Brussel Sprouts