Daily News: 9/17/14

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Students interested in the Germany trip, there is a meeting Thursday at 7:30 A.M. in Ms. Hoffman’s room.

Voting has begun for the WLNS School Spirit Awards. Log on to
http://tinyurl.com/oewlns to vote for our two videos. The band has submitted a video in the Marching Band contest and the journalism staff has submitted a video in the Mascots contest. The winning entries will receive a $1,000 and other prizes. Help out our school and vote every day through September 30!

The M-ZONE will be a “white out” in Alma on Friday night. Please dress in all white and join the growing masses cheering on our Marauder team. See Brendan Sutliff with any questions.

The student challenge group will meet this Thursday at 7 A.M. in room C-14. The guest speaker will be Mr. Troy Bancroft, owner and CEO of Liquid Fertilizers Co. of St. Johns. There will also be a free breakfast of french toast and sausage. This is open to all O-E students and staff.

Attention senior girls playing powderpuff: your first practice will be Sunday, September 21 from 2-3:30 P.M. on the practice field.  You must have your parent permission and physical forms turned in before you can practice.

The kick off to homecoming week will be the powderpuff football game. It will be held on Sunday, September 28 at 6 P.M. The cost will be $5 per person. No passes will be accepted.

If you want to be a part of the snow sculpting team, applications are available from Mrs. Weber in the art room. Any high school student comfortable creating in three dimensions is welcome to apply. Applications are due by October 1.

Attention seniors! The senior homecoming nominations lists are posted outside Mrs. Anderson’s door – room C2. Please check these lists to confirm your name is on the list and it is correct. Senior court nominations will be held this Friday, September 19 during both lunches in the main lobby. See Mrs. Anderson or Mrs. Baese for details.

The September FFA meeting is today. Membership forms will be available. If you can’t make it, just come to Ms. Hoffman’s room for forms and info.

This week we are getting ready to kick off OEOnline. If you have any photos or digital projects that you would like to share, please contact Shelby Snider or email them to
[email protected]

Do you have any interest in agriculture in our area? The Shiawassee County Conservation District is hosting a field day on September 25. They are visiting three area farms to discuss conservation methods used on their farms. The day will end with a tour of the Baker College Ag Tech Center. If you are interested in attending this field day, please stop in and see Ms. Hoffman.

Any basketball player that wants to work on shooting skills for the upcoming season, come and join the shooting club. The auxiliary gym will be open every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday after school until 3:45 P.M.

Ms. Hoffman is looking for volunteers to help with some upcoming agriculture events. If you can help with one or even two of the following events, stop down and see her to get the paperwork. The slips need to be turned into Ms. Hoffman by Monday, September 22 before school starts, or even sooner.

1. Tuesday, September 23 from 9 A.M.-1 P.M. is Project RED at the Shiawassee Fairgrounds in Corunna. Tour guides are needed to take elementary students to different stations for the morning.

2. Friday September 26 from 9:00 A.M.-1:00 P.M. is Mid-Michigan Old Gas Tractor Education Day. Volunteer duties are similar to Project RED.

3. Saturday September 27, Agro-Liquid Fertilizer needs a few volunteers to help with an open house they are having.