Monday, October 21, 2019 (Y Day)

Mickle Announcements

Monday, October 21, 2019 (Y Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

This week’s Mickle Mission is……………..Thank your teacher for something.

*The Red Ribbon Campaign is now the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week each year. This year Mickle will celebrate Red Ribbon Week Monday, Oct 21- Friday, Oct 25. RRW is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. This year’s national theme: Send a message, Stay Drug Free. During RRW students are invited to dress up each day based on a predetermined theme (see below). Other activities will take place throughout the week. We encourage families to discuss healthy choices and the dangers of drugs. 

  • Monday 21: Red Ribbon Week Kick-Off: RED OUT
  • Tuesday 22: Stay in the Game-Stay Drug Free. Wear a shirt or outfit from your favorite sports team/athlete or activity
  • Wednesday 23: Sock it to Drugs & Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Wear crazy, fun, or mismatched socks & PINK
  • Thursday 24: Living Drug Free is No Sweat. Wear sweat pants and/or a sweatshirt
  • Friday 25: You have the POWER to stay drug free. Wear Superhero gear

*THIS WEEK IS NATIONAL RED RIBBON WEEK

Kids hear about drugs everywhere, it seems: on TV, the radio, and the news; in music and movies; and sometimes even on the street or on the playground. Research shows that when parents tell their kids they don’t want them to do drugs, the kids are less likely to do drugs.

The teen years are the most likely time for someone to start taking drugs. And starting drug use as a teen can lead to drug problems when they grow up.

There are many things you can do to help your children stay away from drugs and make good choices:

•        Talk with your children about drugs. Explain how taking drugs can hurt their health, their friends and family, and their future. Tell them you don’t want them to do drugs.

•        Be a part of their lives. Spend time together. Even when times are hard, kids can make it when they know that the adults in their lives care about them.

•        Know where your children are and what they’re doing. Keeping track of your children helps you protect them. It gives them fewer chances to get into drugs.

•        Set clear rules and enforce them fairly. Kids need rules they can count on. That is how they learn for themselves what is safe and what can get them in trouble.

•        Be a good example for your children. You might not think so, but kids look up to their parents. Show them how you get along with people and deal with stress, so they can learn how to do it.

•        Teach your children how to refuse drugs. Kids often do drugs just to fit in with the other kids. Help them practice how to say no if someone offers them drugs.

•        Make your home safe. Do not have people in the house who abuse drugs and alcohol. Keep track of medicines and cleaning products.


Monday, October 21, is an Elementary Plan Day, which means it will be a regular school day for Mickle students.

Clubs/CLC

Monday Clubs

Film Club

Homework Club

Robotics

Ukulele Club

World Sports

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Mon- 3:15-4:40

Tues- 3:15-4:45

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- 3:15-4:45

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Sat- @ Irving 9am

Girls Basketball

Mon- C 3:15-4:30 

Tues- AB 3:15-4:30

Wed- C 3:15-4:30

Thurs- AB 3:15-4:30

Fri- A 3:15-5:00

Sat- @ Mickle (A- 8:30, B- 9:30, C- 10:30)

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Monday:

Mini Chocolate Chip French Toast

Frosted Flakes Cereal

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bar

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Monday:

Popcorn Chicken

Cheeseburger on Bun

Garlic French Bread Pizza with Marinara Sauce

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 (X Day)

Mickle Announcements

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 (X Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

This week’s Mickle Mission is……………..Tell 3 other students in each class to have a great day.

*There will be no school Thursday & Friday, October 17 & 18, for Fall break. We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable break!

*The following Monday, October 21, is an Elementary Plan Day, which means it will be a regular school day for Mickle students.

*Community Awareness Series: Promoting Healthy Behaviors

Our youth are our future’s greatest asset. Schools, parents, caregivers and communities all play a role in providing supportive pathways for our youth as they navigate childhood and adolescence. SCIP (School Community Intervention and Prevention) is partnering with Lincoln Public Schools, Bryan Independence Center and the Lancaster Prevention Leadership Team to put on a series of valuable presentations about how to support the health and well-being of our community’s youth. These events are open to parents, students, school professionals and community members. Please join us for our first event on:

October 24, 2019- Let’s Talk: Youth Vaping & Marijuana Use

Lincoln Southeast High School (Commons Area)

2930 S. 37th Street

Lincoln, NE 68508

6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Wednesday Clubs

Homework Club

Makers Space

Quiz Bowl

World Sports

Percussion Club

Project Wild

Sewing Club

Student Council

Meeting Location: Sunny’s Room 204 (Sign Committee) and Bock’s Room 205 (Service Event aka Talent Show).  Both committees will be dismissed at 4:00 PM tomorrow!!!! Please plan accordingly.

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Girls Basketball

Wed- AB 3:15-4:30

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Wednesday:

Apple Stick

Froot Loops Cereal

Mini Chocolate Chip Loaf

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Wednesday:

Mac & Cheese

Mexi Pizza

Hot Turkey Ham & Cheese Sandwich

Black Bean Salsa Stuffed Wrap

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 (Y Day)

Mickle Announcements

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 (Y Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

*This week’s Mickle Mission is……………..Tell 3 other students in each class to have a great day.

Due to Fall Break, the academic Quiz Bowl team will practice will be held today, Tuesday, Oct. 15, instead of the Normal Friday practice for the week.  Tuesday’s practice will be from 3:30–4:30 in room 223 in the south hallway just like our regular practices.

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Tuesday Clubs

Homework Club

D&D Club

SPARK games

Arts & Crafts

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Tues- 3:15-4:45

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Girls Basketball

Tues- C 3:15-4:30

Wed- AB 3:15-4:30

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Tuesday:

Rolled Egg, Potato & Turkey Sausage Taco

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal

Super Stik

Hard Boiled Egg

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Tuesday:

Taco Chalupa

Cherry Chicken on Brown Rice

Honey Sriracha Boneless Wings

Bean & Cheese Chalupa

Monday, October 14, 2019 (X Day)

Mickle Announcements

Monday, October 14, 2019 (X Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

*Science Focus/Zoo School Program

You’re Invited ~ Information Night 

(Monday, October 21, 2 options:  5:30-6:30 or 6:30-7:30)

Open to students in 9th – 12th grades…can start in 9th grade and participate as many years as the student wants to.

Classes are meant to be challenging, hands-on, and self-motivated. Classes are held from 10:00am-3:00pm daily and run on a block schedule of three classes per day with each being about 1 ½ hours each. Wednesday afternoons are used for students to work on their research and portfolio projects.

Students complete portfolios at the end of each semester. These portfolios demonstrate how much the student has learned. Teachers, students, and parents all meet to review the portfolio. Depending on the class, portfolios usually consist of essays, reflections, notes, tests, labs, and anything else asked of the student.

Can attend any high school. Students take 1-2 classes (Fine Arts, PE, World Lang) at their home high school each morning. All students are bused to and from their home high school.

Entry to the Science Focus/Zoo School Program is by application only. Apply early.  The application can be found on the LPS website: http://wp.lps.org/zoo/

For additional information about the Science Focus Program/Zoo School contact Amy Proffit at aproffi@lps.org or call 402-436-1780. 

*The Red Ribbon Campaign is now the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the nation reaching millions of young people during Red Ribbon Week each year. This year Mickle will celebrate Red Ribbon Week Monday, Oct 21- Friday, Oct 25. RRW is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. This year’s national theme: Send a message, Stay Drug Free. During RRW students are invited to dress up each day based on a predetermined theme (see below). Other activities will take place throughout the week. We encourage families to discuss healthy choices and the dangers of drugs. 

Monday 21: Red Ribbon Week Kick-Off: RED OUT

Tuesday 22: Stay in the Game-Stay Drug Free. Wear a shirt or outfit from your favorite sports team/athlete or activity

Wednesday 23: Sock it to Drugs & Pink Out for Breast Cancer Awareness. Wear crazy, fun, or mismatched socks & PINK

Thursday 24: Living Drug Free is No Sweat. Wear sweat pants and/or a sweatshirt

Friday 25: You have the POWER to stay drug free. Wear Superhero gear

*Due to Fall Break, the academic Quiz Bowl team will practice will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 15, instead of the Normal Friday practice for the week.  Tuesday’s practice will be from 3:30–4:30 in room 223 in the south hallway just like our regular practices.

The Missile Market returns today after school.  Students and guests are welcome from 2:55-3:30pm to take part in the partnership between Mickle and the Food Bank of Lincoln

Students will be dismissed a few minutes early to stop at their lockers, gather their things and head to the Missile Market. (gym area)

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Monday Clubs

Homework Club

Robotics

Ukulele Club

World Sports

Project WILDS

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Mon- 3:15-4:40

Tues- 3:15-4:45

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Girls Basketball

Mon- AB 3:15-4:30 

Tues- C 3:15-4:30

Wed- AB 3:15-4:30

Thurs- No School

Fri- No School

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Monday:

Cocoa Puffs Filled Pastry

Frosted Flakes Cereal

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bar

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Monday:

Chicken Nuggets

Breaded Pork Sandwich

Pizza Flavored Breadsticks with Marinara Sauce

Chik’n Nuggets

Friday, October 11, 2019 (Y Day)

Mickle Announcements

Friday, October 11, 2019 (Y Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

The Missile Market returns on Monday after school.  Students and guests are welcome from 2:55-3:30pm to take part in the partnership between Mickle and the Food Bank of Lincoln

Students will be dismissed a few minutes early to stop at their lockers, gather their things and head to the Missile Market. (gym area)

The academic quiz bowl team continues its weekly practice sessions this week following a successful tournament on Saturday, Oct. 6th .  Our practice will be Friday, Oct. 11, in the upstairs I.R. room after school until 4:30.  Mrs. Bettis is coming from another school across town so students can wait with the CLC group in the cafeteria or in the office.  New students are welcome to join us for the practices! 

Are you interested in finding out more information about the Lincoln Northeast Trap Club?
Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is holding a “TRY IT” day for interested students to see if they would like to participate in Trap season during the spring.  The event is on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 1 to 4 pm at the Lincoln Trap and Skeet Club. (4855 North 48th Street – just north of 48th and Superior)  Join us to find out more about Trap. Coaches and team members will be available to answer questions. Some equipment and a few sporting devices will be available to utilize.  Cost for the targets and cartridges are covered for a limited amount. A responsible adult is required to be present for any student wishing to participate in Trap. Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is a community based club and not Lincoln Public School sponsored.

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Friday Clubs

Homework Club

D&D Club

World Sports

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Girls Basketball

Fri- ABC 3:15-4:30

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Friday:

Mini Cinnis

Apple Jacks Cereal

Super Star Donut Hole

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Friday:

Breaded Chicken Sandwich

Personal 3 Meat Pizza

Cheese Omelet on English Muffin

Chik’n Sandwich

Thursday, October 10, 2019 (X Day)

Mickle Announcements

Thursday, October 10, 2019 (X Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

*The Missile Market returns on Monday after school.  Students and guests are welcome from 2:55-3:30pm to take part in the partnership between Mickle and the Food Bank of Lincoln

Students will be dismissed a few minutes early to stop at their lockers, gather their things and head to the Missile Market. (gym area)

*The academic quiz bowl team continues its weekly practice sessions this week following a successful tournament on Saturday, Oct. 6th .  Our practice will be Friday, Oct. 9, in the upstairs I.R. room after school until 4:30.  Mrs. Bettis is coming from another school across town so students can wait with the CLC group in the cafeteria or in the office.  New students are welcome to join us for the practices! 

Are you interested in finding out more information about the Lincoln Northeast Trap Club?

Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is holding a “TRY IT” day for interested students to see if they would like to participate in Trap season during the spring.  The event is on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 1 to 4 pm at the Lincoln Trap and Skeet Club. (4855 North 48th Street – just north of 48th and Superior)  Join us to find out more about Trap. Coaches and team members will be available to answer questions. Some equipment and a few sporting devices will be available to utilize.  Cost for the targets and cartridges are covered for a limited amount. A responsible adult is required to be present for any student wishing to participate in Trap. Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is a community based club and not Lincoln Public School sponsored.

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Thursday Clubs

Campus Life (7am)

Homework Club

Mickle Garden

Green Team

SPARK Games

Science Olympiad 

Arts & Crafts

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Thurs- 3:15-4:45

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Girls Basketball

Thurs- Call Back Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Fri- ABC 3:15-4:30

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Thursday:

Breakfast Pizza

Cocoa Flakes Cereal

Mini Breakfast Bar

Hard Boiled Egg

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Thursday:

Spaghetti and Meat Sauce

Hot Dog on Bun

Personal Hawaiian Pizza

Spaghetti with Marinara Sauce and Cheese Sticks

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 (Y Day)

Mickle Announcements

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 (Y Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

*Are you interested in finding out more information about the Lincoln Northeast Trap Club?

Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is holding a “TRY IT” day for interested students to see if they would like to participate in Trap season during the spring.  The event is on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 1 to 4 pm at the Lincoln Trap and Skeet Club. (4855 North 48th Street – just north of 48th and Superior)  Join us to find out more about Trap. Coaches and team members will be available to answer questions. Some equipment and a few sporting devices will be available to utilize.  Cost for the targets and cartridges are covered for a limited amount. A responsible adult is required to be present for any student wishing to participate in Trap. Lincoln Northeast Trap Club is a community based club and not Lincoln Public School sponsored.

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Clubs/CLC

Wednesday Clubs

Homework Club

Makers Space

Quiz Bowl

World Sports

Percussion Club

Project Wild

Sewing Club

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- 3:15-4:45

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Girls Basketball

Wed- 8th Grade Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Thurs- Call Back Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Fri- ABC 3:15-4:30

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Wednesday:

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Breakfast Bar

Froot Loops Cereal

Mini Chocolate Chip Loaf

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Wednesday:

Lemon Chicken on Brown Rice

Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Nebraska Bun

Black Bean & Rice Bowl

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (X Day)

Mickle Announcements

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 (X Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

Science Focus/Zoo School Program

You’re Invited ~ Information Night 

(Monday, October 21, 2 options:  5:30-6:30 or 6:30-7:30)

Open to students in 9th – 12th grades…can start in 9th grade and participate as many years as the student wants to.

Classes are meant to be challenging, hands-on, and self-motivated. Classes are held from 10:00am-3:00pm daily and run on a block schedule of three classes per day with each being about 1 ½ hours each. Wednesday afternoons are used for students to work on their research and portfolio projects.

Students complete portfolios at the end of each semester. These portfolios demonstrate how much the student has learned. Teachers, students, and parents all meet to review the portfolio. Depending on the class, portfolios usually consist of essays, reflections, notes, tests, labs, and anything else asked of the student.

Can attend any high school. Students take 1-2 classes (Fine Arts, PE, World Lang) at their home high school each morning. All students are bused to and from their home high school.

Entry to the Science Focus/Zoo School Program is by application only. Apply early.  The application can be found on the LPS website: http://wp.lps.org/zoo/

For additional information about the Science Focus Program/Zoo School contact Amy Proffit at aproffi@lps.org or call 402-436-1780.  

Upcoming concerts at Mickle.

Tuesday, Oct. 8th:  7th and 8th Grade Bands @ 7pm.

Students wishing to sit in the audience and watch should be accompanied by an adult.

Clubs/CLC

Tuesday Clubs

Homework Club

D&D Club

SPARK games

Arts & Crafts

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Tues- 3:15-4:45

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- 3:15-4:45

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Girls Basketball

Tues- No practice (staff meeting)

Wed- 8th Grade Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Thurs- Call Back Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Fri- ABC 3:15-4:30

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Tuesday:

Egg & Cheese on English Muffin

Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal

Super Stik

Hard Boiled Egg

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Tuesday:

Soft Shell Taco

Sub Sandwich

Cheese Ravioli

Monday, October 7, 2019 (Y Day)

Mickle Announcements

Monday, October 7, 2019 (Y Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

Monday October 7th is World Bully Prevention Day!  We would like students to wear Blue in Support of the movement to Blue Out Bullying. 

We want to show a united effort to support positivity and acceptance of others. We are also rolling out a “Mickle Mission” for each week to challenge students to try new ways to engage others positively.  These missions will be in the announcements at school and home each Monday! 

Please help encourage your students to wear something Blue on Monday to help show others that when we stand together, we stand strong! 

*Lost and Found items are growing. Students should check outside of the cafe for missing items. Unclaimed items from lost and found will be donated over fall break.

*Science Focus/Zoo School Program

You’re Invited ~ Information Night 

(Monday, October 21, 2 options:  5:30-6:30 or 6:30-7:30)

Open to students in 9th – 12th grades…can start in 9th grade and participate as many years as the student wants to.

Classes are meant to be challenging, hands-on, and self-motivated. Classes are held from 10:00am-3:00pm daily and run on a block schedule of three classes per day with each being about 1 ½ hours each. Wednesday afternoons are used for students to work on their research and portfolio projects.

Students complete portfolios at the end of each semester. These portfolios demonstrate how much the student has learned. Teachers, students, and parents all meet to review the portfolio. Depending on the class, portfolios usually consist of essays, reflections, notes, tests, labs, and anything else asked of the student.

Can attend any high school. Students take 1-2 classes (Fine Arts, PE, World Lang) at their home high school each morning. All students are bused to and from their home high school.

Entry to the Science Focus/Zoo School Program is by application only. Apply early.  The application can be found on the LPS website: http://wp.lps.org/zoo/

For additional information about the Science Focus Program/Zoo School contact Amy Proffit at aproffi@lps.org or call 402-436-1780.  

Upcoming concerts at Mickle.

Monday, Oct. 7th: 7th and 8th Grade Choirs and 7th and 8th Grade Orchestra @ 7pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 8th:  7th and 8th Grade Bands @ 7pm.

Students wishing to sit in the audience and watch should be accompanied by an adult.

Clubs/CLC

Friday Clubs

Homework Club

D&D Club

World Sports

Mickle Intramurals

Wrestling

Mon- 3:15-4:45

Tues- 3:15-4:45

Wed- 3:15-4:45

Thurs- 3:15-4:45

Fri- 3:15-4:45

Girls Basketball

Mon- 7th Grade Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Tues- No practice (staff meeting)

Wed- 8th Grade Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Thurs- Call Back Tryouts 3:15-4:30

Fri- ABC 3:15-4:30

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Monday:

Mini Confetti Pancake Bites

Frosted Flakes Cereal

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bar

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Monday:

Chicken Fingers

Turkey Sausage & Cheese Pizza Bites

Sloppy Joe on Bun

Veggie Burger

Friday, October 4, 2019 (X Day)

Mickle Announcements

Friday, October 4, 2019 (X Day)

Also, follow us on Twitter @Robinmicklems:

*new announcements

*Monday October 7th is World Bully Prevention Day!  We would like students to wear Blue in Support of the movement to Blue Out Bullying. 

We want to show a united effort to support positivity and acceptance of others. We are also rolling out a “Mickle Mission” for each week to challenge students to try new ways to engage others positively.  These missions will be in the announcements at school and home each Monday! 

Please help encourage your students to wear something Blue on Monday to help show others that when we stand together, we stand strong! 

The academic quiz bowl will have its weekly practice this Friday, Oct. 4, after school until 4:30 in Room 223. Students can wait for Mrs. Bettis’ arrival in the cafeteria with CLC. New students are always welcomed. The first school year event will be this Saturday, Oct. 5.

Upcoming concerts at Mickle.

Monday, Oct. 7th: 7th and 8th Grade Choirs and 7th and 8th Grade Orchestra @ 7pm.

Tuesday, Oct. 8th:  7th and 8th Grade Bands @ 7pm.

Students wishing to sit in the audience and watch should be accompanied by an adult.

Clubs/CLC

Friday Clubs

Homework Club

D&D Club

World Sports

Mickle Intramurals

XC

Fri- @ Pioneers Park (Girls- 4:40p, Boys- 6p)

Soccer

Tournament Cancelled

7th VB

Fri- A 3:15-4:20

Sat- @ Lincoln High Time 8:15am South Gym Court 2

8th VB

Fri- A 3:15-4:20

Sat- @ Lincoln High Time 11:15am Main Gym Court 1

*This is a tournament so if they win they keep on playing*

GIRLS BASKETBALL AND WRESTLING sign ups are posted in the main hallway. Athletes that sign up must turn in a completed red card. Girls Basketball tryouts will be on October 7th (7th Grade) and October 9th (8th Grade). Girls basketball will have call back tryouts on October 10th- coaches will determine call back athletes. All girls basketball players will practice Friday, October 11th. Girls basketball runs from 3:15-4:30. Wrestling practice will begin on October 7th (3:15-4:45). Contact Ms. Feeken with questions or concerns.

Lunar Cafe Menu

Breakfast Menu for Friday:

Chocolate Crescent

Apple Jacks Cereal

Super Star Donut Hole

Yogurt

Lunar Café Lunch Menu for Friday:

Corn Puppies

Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Fish & Cheese Sandwich

Bean Burrito