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Middle and Upper School
Weekly Newsletter
February 17, 2006

 

 

    

"A tiny hope of love brings the light of dawn through the darkness of a lengthy night, and love, small, even as the twinkling of the faintest star, keeps the light at the altar shining." —Maharishi, from “Love and God”

Dear Parents,

MATH WINNER

Congratulations to 8th grader Sophia Blitz who placed third in the South East Iowa MathCounts competition last week.  She will be competing at the State competition on March 17th.

SPRING FLOWERS FOR CELEBRATION

In preparation for the Spring Celebration, we are pre-selling beautiful, blooming, potted bulbs. The bulbs come in 6” pots and cost $8.00 each. We will have tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils. These scented flowers always come as a welcome breath of spring at this time of year. To place your order, please call the Girls School office at 472-9400, ext. 3. The bulbs will be available for pick-up after the celebration on Tuesday, March 21st.

BASKETBALL NEWS

The Varsity girls thrilled the hometown crowd with an exciting 43-31 victory over New London in their first district game on Wednesday night. Come and support the Pioneer girls at the district finals at Winfield Mt. Union tomorrow, Saturday, February 18th, at 7 p.m.

The boys’ game against Albia has been rescheduled for this coming Monday, February 20th, at 7 p.m. in the Field House. On Wednesday, February 22nd, the boys play their first district game against Keota at 6:30 p.m., also at Winfield Mt. Union.

 

NO SCHOOL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NEXT WEEK

As per the School calendar, there will be no school on Thursday, February 23rd and Friday, February 24th. These days are scheduled for faculty development.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Change in School Calendar

The Upper School Parents’ Night, originally scheduled for Wednesday, April 12th, has been moved to Thursday, March 30th at 7:45 p.m. in the Henry Ogden Clark Auditorium.

 

Weather Related School Closings

If it is questionable whether school will be cancelled due to bad weather, please check either on line or by listening to the radio. School closings are listed on radiovillage.com and are announced at regular intervals on KMCD 1570 AM and on KIIK 95.9 FM. Please do not call the radio station.

 

Best Wishes,
Laurie Baumann and Alan Colby

 

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