April 15th, 2021
Today is a Day 1 Elementary Day 3
Today's schedule for Band and Choir is: 6th Grade - Choir, 7th Grade - Band, 8th Grade - State Testing. HS Band and Choir are on the Day 3 schedule.
Lunch for today: First choice-Cheeseburger, Second choice-Hot Dog, Cowboy Beans, Carrots & Dip, Applesauce, Milk
Softball players please see Mrs. Boland for the contract you and your parent/guardian need to sign if they did not come to the meeting last night.
The following students must return their volleyball uniforms to Mrs. Thompson this week: Lexi Stowell, Briella Hollands, Katarina Weitzel, Paige Nowicki, Reese Ghastin, Brooklynn Granger, Malorie Miller, Keyara Perkins.
Junior Class: There will be a class meeting today, during Attack time. The Decorating Committee should be prepared to share their ideas and the class will vote on them.
Have lunch with a soldier! Have you ever tried a MRE? (Ready to Eat Meal) Are you considering a possible career in the military? Please join Sergeant Mayberry & a testimony from a UW-Platteville student. This will be held, Friday April 16 during high school lunch hour. (outside on the patio/picnic table area) Any questions, please see Mrs. Kershner.
The Ithaca PTSO's Beach Blanket Bingo night will be Friday, April 30 in the HS Gym from 6 PM - 7:30 PM. This is open to all Ithaca friends and family members. There is no cost to participate. Prizes will be gift cards to local businesses. Feel free to wear your most colorful beach clothes and bring a blanket to sit on the gym floor and play bingo (or your group may sit in the bleachers). Masks and social distancing policies will be enforced. We look forward to seeing you there!
Elementary and Middle School families: It's time to order your yearbook! The Elementary and Middle School Yearbook was combined this year so if you have children in grades 4K-8 it will be ONE yearbook this year. Cost is $15 for the soft cover, all color book. Order online at: https://link.entourageyearbook... If you have any questions, contact Sarah Jones or Jill Plonka at email@example.com or leave a message at Ithaca PTSO on Facebook.
Word of the Day: Prodigious (pruh-dij-uhs) adj. Remarkably or impressively great in extent, size, or degree. “Her prodigious sales performance resulted in a promotion.”