Thursday, August 30
Menu: Sesame Chicken & Rice
9:00 – Chapel
4/5:30/7 – Volleyball @ Watertown-Mayer dismiss 2:45-leave 3:00
5:15-7 – Boys B & V Soccer @ Delano H.S. – Dismissed 2:45 leave 3
5:45 -7:00 – Girls B & V Soccer @ Delano Leave 4:15
5:45-7:30 – Knights FB 7-8
7:00 – Varsity FB @ Minnesota Valley Lutheran @ Johnson Park –Leave 3:40
Drama Club will have their first meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 3 PM in the F.A. Auditorium.
Waconia bus will be picking up afternoon students at 2:45. Students will be picked up at the new North entrance. Please dismiss the students riding the afternoon bus at 2:42.
Mr. McClintock is looking for volunteers to help at the Technology Fundraiser (Golf Tournament) Saturday September 8th. Volunteers do not need any to have any knowledge of golf. Volunteers will be needed from 12PM-7PM. Lunch and Dinner will be provided. Please contact Mr. McClintock to sign up.
Students who plan on riding the Watertown bus starting next week Tuesday, please stop by and sign the sheet on the counter. We need to have an accurate list of who rides the bus. Thank you.
New student drivers, driving to school, please make sure you register your vehicle in the office. We need the make, model of car, color, license number.
Items lost and now found will be placed on the small ledge by the new concession stand. Items will be there thru Friday after school. After that they will go away. So please check the area.
Tuition Funding Sources (TFS) is a simple and easy website where students can go to review and search for scholarships that they may be eligible to receive.
You can visit TFS at tuitionfundingsources.com. The TFS database has more than 7 million scholarships totaling more than $41 billion to help pay for college expenses. First, your student will need to create a profile and can then begin searching for scholarships.
Wendy’s High School Heisman is awarding over $60,000 in scholarships to the nation’s most accomplished scholar-athletes. With winners from every school, 100 State Winners, eight National Finalists, and two National Winners, graduating seniors have lots of ways to join the ranks of more than 600,000 past winners—including several of your school’s very own. Heisman-worthy students to apply at www.wendysheisman.com
Grand Canyon University wants to continue attracting students from Christian high schools while offering sizeable scholarships. In preparation for a growing number of CCSC students, we’re happy to offer $4,000 for on-campus students and $1,500 for off-campus students for the 2019-20 school year.
GCU recently made a change in its scholarship policy, which eliminated academic scholarship increases and decreases for students. Now, students can lock in their scholarship awards for the duration of their bachelor’s program. This change creates more financial stability and predictability for students and their families. Please see Mrs. Kelzer for more details.