April 7, 2017
April 7, 2017
Boys Track
Congratulations to the boys track and field team on their win in the 5 team indoor varsity meet last night in Manitowoc.  In the win, the boys scored more points than 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place teams combined.  

Leading the way for the Hornets by winning three events was Max Starks.  David Perrett, Ethan Vandenplas, Ethan Walton-Taylor, Jacob Rodriguez, and Ben Peper were all double event winners.  Others winning events include Parker Scheld, Ben Christl, Lucas McCormick, Brandon Endlich, Brett Westlund, and Reggie Parham. 

Good luck to the boys who head to UW-Whitewater on Saturday for the state indoor meet!


Cabaret
This weekend the show choirs are putting on their annual Cabaret Concert "SING" at Preble.  Shows are tonight and Saturday at 7:00 p.m. It's an evening of singing, dancing and some fun sketches.  Tickets are just $10 and available at the door. 


Destination Imagination
We want to recognize and wish the following students good luck at the Destination Imagination State Tournament this Saturday:
 
Seniors:  Bailey Jolly, Ashley Vande Hei, Alexia Kane, Kevin Behnke, Brynn Cozzens, Erin Vanden Bush, Lexi King, Ethan Craft
 
Juniors: Daswon Baudhuin, 
 
Sophomores:  Morgan Kryzanek, Sabrina Kiley, Vanessa Guzman, Abbie Braley, Hannah Beauchamp
 
Freshmen:  Simran Challana, Phillip Balch
 

Girls Track
The Preble girl’s track and field team took first place at the 5 team Manitowoc Invitational last night.  The team was led by first place finishes from:  Jensen Van Duyse in the pole vault and high jump, Alyssa Ronk in the triple jump, Sydney Armijo in the high hurdles, Sara Peterik in the 200 meter dash and Makaila Weddle in the 1600 meter run.   Congratulations girls.


Seniors
Seniors, please check the Diploma Name List posted in the Commons to verify how your name will be printed on your diploma.  If changes need to be made, please see the Registrar in the Student Services office.  The list will be posted until 4/12/17.


StingCancer
Stop by the new North Shore Bank on Main Street, tomorrow, between 10am and 1pm to help StingCancer by purchasing something at the brat fry.  There will be face painting, games, and a bounce house.  Enjoy the weather; a good burger and support a great cause.


Trees For Tomorrow
Today is the deadline for applications to attend the Trees For Tomorrow program in Eagle River, WI.  Turn in your applications to Mrs. Bornowski or Mr. Grunwaldt.  If you would like to attend but have not completed the application, please talk to your science teacher.


Today’s Lunch
Chicken Teriyaki with rice or Cheesy garlic pizza or Fish Sandwich

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