Spring play auditions with Mrs. Studt
8th grade March Madness Practice
Homework Help with Mrs. Kennedy
8th grade orchestra rehearsal with Mrs. Lega
STUCO with Mrs. Sellenriek
Variety Show rehearsals with Mr. Henson and Mrs.Walker
Online ticket sales start today for the variety show, $5 a ticket. We will also be selling tickets during all 3 lunch shifts. Cash payment only when purchasing at lunch. The following link can also be used to purchase tickets online:https://mo-rockwood-lite.intouchreceipting.com/
Student council will not meet as a mandatory meeting today. Mrs. Sellenriek could use 6 students to help with a project. Please see her personally to volunteer.
The month of February is Black History Month. The Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. As we go through the month of February we plan to highlight some of these achievements from the prominent figures that helped build our country.
Did you know that Thurgood Marshall was the first African American to be on the Supreme court? At the time he was nominated for the position by President Lyndon B. Johnson. Prior to this huge accomplishment he had been instrumental role in promoting racial equality during the civil rights movement. As a practicing attorney, Marshall argued a record-breaking 32 cases before the Supreme Court, winning 29 of them!
Best Buddies will have a kick ball game in the gym on March 4th after school. The event is open to all students and teachers as well.
This Friday February 21st we will have our Forbidden Friday. Remember to bring your extra cash with you in the morning and at lunch.
Student Birthdays today are:
If those students would please come to the office for a birthday surprise at this time!
February's Character Word: "Honesty"
Honesty is defined as a moral character that is a positive and virtuous attribute. An honest person has integrity, truthfulness, is loyal and fair, and strives to do the right thing. As we go through our day let's think of how we can use honesty to make our school and relationships better for everyone.
Ursula La Guin once said, "I'd rather get bad news from an honest man than lies from a flatterer."
At this time would everyone please stand for the pledge of allegiance.
Everyone have a "Thoroughly Thoughtful" Thursday!