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Thursday, January 26, 2017

posted Jan 25, 2017, 3:02 PM by Janna Hull


Thursday January 26, 2017

Today is a B DAY

Lunch Today: Hamburger Gravy on Mashed Potatoes, Roll, fruit, juice, vegetable & milk


SMS News


If you are turning in a pride card for the drawing or ice cream make sure to put your name on it.  First and last name.


Candy, soda and sugary drinks are not allowed in the hallways or classrooms. Lunchtime ONLY!!!!


Cell phones are NOT to be used during the school day.  When you get to school they are to be turned off and stored in your locker and not brought out for any reason until the school day is over.


If you are attending games at SMS you must stay in the gym during the game.  If you leave you will not be allowed to re-enter the gym.


Students MUST have a pass to return to a classroom after lunch, and they may NOT go back to their lockers after lunch.  Go directly from the cafeteria/stage to outside.


Attention:   Library fees must be paid in order to attend school dances.  The Valentine's Day Dance is quickly approaching. The deadline to pay fees is the Friday before the dance.  If you have any questions about this please talk to Mrs. Curtiss.

Thank you

The winner of the weekly library poster drawing is MADISON MCCLEARY!


“Art for Human Rights”

Sandpoint High School, Sandpoint Middle School, and Forrest Bird Charter School will have their art on display at the Panida Little Theater/POAC Office on First Avenue.  The opening Artist’s reception is Monday January 16th at 5:30 pm.  The art will be on display through February.


A big congratulations to Benj Rogers, the 8th grade National Geography Bee Champion for Sandpoint Middle School. Benj and 7th grader, Alex Liddiard, used their geographical skills in this friendly competition. Ultimately, Benj won the contest when he correctly answered the question: The endangered snow leopard is being protected in the Annapurna Conservation Area, which include the Annapurna Massif in which Asian country? (answer: Nepal) Benj is now awaiting the results to determine if he will move on to the state round.


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MATHCOUNTS meets today, Thursday, from 2:30-3:30 in Mr. Lynch's room 26.  Today we will continue our school competition with the TARGET ROUND.  We compete at NIC on February 21, so our teams will be chosen soon!  Come enjoy mathematical problem solving in a fun and dynamic environment.  See you in room 26 directly after school for MATHCOUNTS!  Coach Lynch


There will be an IDFY meeting Today during lunch.


Congratulations to the following District Spelling Bee Contestants:

7th Grade: Davis Macdonald, Ben Jordan,  Natalie Lawson, Gabriel Curto,  Ky Blaser, Sydnie Miller

8th Grade: Ellen Clark, Jaycee Forell, Matthew Waggoner, Darby Neu,  Klaus Schroeder, Lucas Stebbins

District Spelling Bee will be Thursday, January 26 @ Sandpoint High School Auditorium

4:30 Registration  -  Good luck and have fun!


Upcoming Dates to Remember

Friday January 27th - No School - End of 2nd Quarter

Friday February 10th - Last day to pay Library fines in order to attend the dance

Friday February 17th - Valentine Dance



Activities

Basketball Practice -       Thursday - Games - Boys Home at 4:00, Girls at Canfield 3:45

                                     Friday -   Girls B Team 2:30-4:00 Girls A team 3:00-4:30, Boys B Team 4:30-6:00, Boys B Team Boys A Team 5:00-6:30

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Dance Team Practice - No Practice Thursday or Friday

                                                                                                                                                               


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