Monday 22 May 2017

From Mrs Walker in the Learning Commons, SYNC is a program that offers 2 free downloadable audio books a week over the summer months.  Get the OverDrive app on your smartphone and then easily download and listen to books all summer long.  In addition to the app, you can find information at or .  See Mrs Walker if you have any questions.  

Want to travel abroad with friends? Come to JAPAN with Art Nott summer 2018!  Informational meeting with Japanese treats on Monday the 22nd in the art room at 6pm.  (the previously announced time was incorrect - it is at 6pm!)

Thrive bible club will meet Wednesday morning 7a.m. in Sytsma's room.  Join them for a great start to your day!

Anime club meets for the last time this year on Wednesday, 3:10 to 4:40. There will be food, over 30 raffle items, and awards for all members who have attended more than three times. If you have come to the club at least one time before, we would be glad to have you join us again!

Did you go to Amberly Elementary?  Principal Mary Daoust is retiring this year and her school is hosting a retirement open house in the Amberly gym on Tuesday May 23rd from 6-8:30p.  If you’d like to wish her well, please stop by.

Attention Seniors!   Just a reminder that all outstanding Food Service accounts must be paid in full before you can sign out this week.  Payments can be dropped off in the Huskie Cafe before school or during lunch.

And speaking of lunch charges, starting on Thursday, May 25th through the end of the school year, students will not be permitted to charge any meals or food items into the negative on their food service accounts.  Please make sure to have a positive balance on your account so you can continue to purchase your meals and ala carte items.  All outstanding negative balances owed on food service accounts need to be paid by the last day of school.

And speaking of lunch one more time, your Huskie Cafe will be selling ala carte Sushi from Zushi-Maki on Tuesday, May 23rd at lunch again.  Hurry on down before supplies run out!

The following Trackletes finished as All-Region: Joe Brown 8th in the 100, Will Kellam 6th in the 800, Hannah Koffler 7th in the 800, Luke Daniel 4th in the 1600, Peyton Witt 2nd in the 3200, Max Rathburn 4th in the 3200, The men's 4x100 relay team of Joe Brown, Tyriq Kingston, Drew McCardwell and Duane Jackson finished 3rd, The men's 4x400 relay team of Clark Cummings, Will Kellam, Drew McCardwell & Luke Daniel finished 8th, the women’s 4x400 relays team of Madi Ford, Aleyah Brown, Bekah Riesterer & Emma Pilnick also finished 8th. Randy Prince finished 7th in shot put and he was champion in the discus. Madi Ford finished 3rd in Pole Vault and Carter Taverna finished 3rd in discus.  Qualifying for the MHSAA D1 State meet are Randy Prince in Discus (and he is currently the top thrower in the state right now), Madi Ford in Pole Vault and Peyton Witt in the 3200m run. They compete June 3rd at East Kentwood.

Mackinac Forensics Results:  Eli Barker 7th Declamation Millennial, Marina Alcaraz 6th Storytelling, Brie Bradley 5th After Dinner speaking, Annie 4th place Mini multiple, Madz VanWinkle 4th place Slam Poetry, Ellie Mancina 2nd Declamation Millennial, Isaac Reid 2nd Storytelling, Jillian Bowe 2nd place Slam Poetry and earning a first place trophy, Trinity Posey in Slam Poetry.  Portage Northern took 2nd place overall in the GRAND (largest) Division!  Well played Huskies and an extra YUGE thanks to Cindy Figueroa for taking Coach Weeks’ place for the weekend.  

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