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November 24, 2021
November 24, 2021
Posted on 11/24/2021

November 24, 2021

Tyler Dorner

Xipatly Munoz 


Jack Neumann 


Emily Brandt

Cassidy Lee

Alexis Vang

Bruce Hernandez

Mia Bradley



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Alana Diehl

Jennifer Doine

Lexi Knight 


Jose Arjona Martinez

Andrew Petersen

Eric Janus

Diego Tinoco Rodriguez

Abbie Piehl

Lexie Lear 

Today’s Fun Fact: The different colors of Froot Loops cereal all taste the same—they’re not individual flavors.

Blood Drive: Student Council will be hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, December 8 in the Auditorium. Please fill out this form if you are interested in donating. There is information listed in the Google form, so please read it before signing up. You must be 16 or older to donate.


If you donate, you will get:

snacks after donating

$5 Amazon gift card sent to your email (takes 1-2 weeks)

a coupon for a free pint of Culver's ice cream

The morning of the blood drive, please complete the Rapid Pass before arriving at your appointment. This will help with the flow of the blood drive. It may be a good idea to save the Rapid Pass link on your phone or computer, so you have it on the day of the blood drive.If you have any questions, please send an email to Mrs. Enderby at [email protected]


Drama Club: Preble Players Drama Club is looking for writers, poets, and performers to create our Drama Club Spoken Word troupe - Bustin’ Rhymes. We want to work on slam and spoken word poems for performance during spring. We will have an introduction meeting next Monday, November 29th in room 123 at 3:10. This is open to ALL students. Any questions, please see Mr. Schuh.

Reminder to all Drama Club members we are going to have Musical Wednesday in room 123 today at 3:10. We are going to watch - “Tick, Tick, Boom!” Please bring a snack to share!

INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL: The 10th annual Preble High School Intramural Basketball league is filling up. Games will begin Monday, December 6. Pick up a registration form in the Physical Education Office and return to Mr. Gaulke before the November 30th deadline. 

Musical: The cast and crew of Sister Act would like to say a huge THANK YOU! to all staff and students who attended the show! About 2500 people saw the show over the course of the last two weeks. Your cheers, applause, and encouragement were so appreciated and gave us extra energy! It was great to see so many familiar faces in the audience each night. 

Students - did you miss the chance to get involved this year? Did you see the show and are interested in participating next year?  We want to know who you are! Please fill out this Student Interest Form and we will contact you in Spring and get you on board. (Advisory teachers, please put this link in your Google Classrooms!)

Finally - you can still see Sister Act! Our Video on Demand is available all week! $7 per screen or $20 for family viewing, access can be purchased by visiting

Preble DECA: Preble DECA would LOVE your help! 

We are raising money to help Afghan Refugees and we have a Prize Raffle set up at the School Store.   

Would you like to buy a ticket for only $1.00? Stop by the school store to help us out !

Drawing will be held on December 3rd.

Student Services: Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a researcher? Where does trustworthy and reliable research come from? Check out a live, virtual session that answers some of these questions with Dr. Emily Vogel who works for the PEW Research Center. The Pew Research Center is a non-partisan, non-advocacy think tank that does nationally representative public opinion polling 

on a variety of topics. Emily will talk about how the Center approaches research on social media regulation, censorship and inaccurate information and how these data are used by law makers.

GBAPS students and teachers are invited to this special virtual presentation on Tuesday, November 30 from 9:30-10:05 a.m.  

This virtual program is offered as a part of the Common CAHSS conference. This event, which will have in-person and virtual components, is hosted by the UW-Green Bay College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (CAHSS, for short).This year’s conference focuses on the topic of “Truth” from multiple perspectives. We are pleased to invite GBAPS community members to join this session.

Teachers and Students can sign up here and then they will receive the Zoom link to be able to join on November 30th.


If you have any questions please let me know.

Kristi Davis

K-12 Counselor Coordinator

Green Bay Area Public Schools

Ph: (920) 272-7223 / Internal: 50244


The Buzz: Hey Hornets, Gossip Girl here. Spread the word. Gossip Girl’s looking for acts of kindness to spice up the school newspaper. 


Good Gossip Girl

A student columnist for the school newspaper, The Buzz, is looking for acts of kindness. When you see someone doing something kind, fill out this Google Form:


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