March 17, 2017
March 17, 2017
Posted on 03/17/2017
Boys Track
It was an exciting week for the boys track and field team.

On Tuesday, the boys traveled to UW-Oshkosh and took 2nd place in an extremely competitive meet.  Individual winners included Lucas McCormick and Branden Endlich.

Yesterday, the varsity boys and the JV boys won the Green Bay City Indoor Meet.  

The varsity boys were led by Gavin Buergi and Ryan Buss, who each won two events.  Nick Petersen set the meet record in the 3200m run!  

The JV boys won all but one event and the varsity team won all but two events!

A reminder to all track athletes, practice is in the small gym tonight and please bring your fundraiser money and any unsold cards. 


Penny War
Students, We need change to make a change! Help make a difference in the lives of those with cancer! Today, during the lunch hours, is your last chance to donate money to Student Council or Sting Cancer. When you donate, remember to vote for the teacher you would like to see dressed as a student! There are also buckets in the main office and school store if you would like to donate money anytime throughout the day today. Not many can understand the struggles cancer patients are faced with everyday, whether it be the sickness, the drowsiness, the pain, the financial burden, or any other struggles; however you can donate money to help ease the daily pain and stress in their journey with cancer. So be the generous person you are and donate money to the G9 Cancer Foundation. You can make a difference!








Preble Girl’s Track
The Preble girl’s track and field team won the city invite Wednesday night.  There were many fine performances.  Taking first place finishes included:  Sara Peterik, Britney Nass, Sydney Armijo, Karissa Paul, Macey Lane, Taylor Perry, Alyssa Ronk, and Jensen Van Duyse.   Congratulations girls. 

The Preble girl’s JV track team placed 2nd at the city meet.  First place finishers included:  Gabby Almanza, Emile Peterson, Hallie, Dellise, Alexis Hesselink, Hannah Beauchamp, Emily Baumgart, Hannah Siegworth, Sierra Slaughter, Larkyn Soletski, Abbi Holzmann, Ally Piontek and Daijah Vivians.  Congratulations girls.


Student Services 
If you are a 9th grader….
 
Want to make a difference while at the same time earning service learning hours? Then please come to the auditorium today, March 17th during the last 25 minutes of your lunch period to hear some of the sophomores tell you about LEADERSHIP opportunities through the Brown County Teen Leadership program. It will be a great way to get involved! If you have any questions, please see Ms. Nau in Student Services. 


Today’s Lunch:  
Salisbury Steak with Scalloped Potatoes, Fish Sandwich with Cheese or Cheesy Garlic Pizza
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