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November 25, 2019
November 25, 2019
Posted on 11/25/2019



Hannah Kropp

Angelina Ruzhyeva 


Amber VandeHei

Logan Zapata

Students of the Month

The following students have been chosen by teachers from each department as Students of the Month for November.  We would like to congratulate these students and ask that they come to the main office, if they are not already here, for a special presentation at this time, while announcements continue.  

The November Students of the Month are: 

Bailey Westlund

Grace Tenor

Myriam Martinez

Cassidy Pigeon

Robin VandenLangenberg

Samuel Robertson

Karina Ortega

Asma Ismail

Jonathon Arellano

Stevie Wright

Sheldon Jean-Baptiste

Alex Perdue

Gau Yia Xiong

Beau VandenLangenberg

Hefsi Cortes

Congratulations, students! 

Dungeons and Dragons Club

Have you ever wanted to be the hero of your own story? Or maybe just boot a tiny goblin off of a cliff? Dungeons and Dragons might be the tabletop game for you.  Anyone interested in learning more about the world’s greatest role playing game, please come to Mr. Hinkel’s Room 132 tonight at 3:30pm. We will be rolling characters and learning the basics of the game.


FCCLA will be having a meeting on Tuesday, November 26th at 7 AM in Room 137. All new members are welcome. FCCLA stands for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. If you have an interest in Hospital & Tourism, Careers in Education & Human Services, or increasing your leadership skills, this is the group for you. Please connect with Mrs. Blaney or Mrs. Koepke if you have any questions.

MAC Scholars

MAC Scholars will meet tomorrow after school in Room 107.  Please come by for fun and information! 

One Act

Congratulations to the Preble Players One Act Troupe. Their production of “Every 

Brilliant Thing” premiered at the Wisconsin Theater Festival last Friday.  The troupe took

home the “Best Ensemble Award”.  Please join us on Friday, December 13th at 7:00 pm

for our public performance of our show. Tickets can be purchased at the door for only


Philosophy Club

Philosophy Club will meet tonight right after school to discuss the nature and nurture of Morality. Come to Room 118 to talk about what it means to live a moral life. 

Skills USA

There will be a Skills USA meeting tomorrow, after school in Room 151.  We will be 

discussing next week’s competition.

Today’s Lunch

Hot & Spicy Breaded Chicken Patty on a Bun

Breaded Chicken Patty on a Bun

Swiss American Cheese, Pepperjack Cheese or Sliced American Cheese

Green Peas

Hawaiian Pizza with Canadian Turkey Ham

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