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09/19/18

Wisconsin Day 

Commemorates the assets that make Wisconsin a desirable place to live and work. Falls on the Wednesday of the third week of September, which by gubernatorial proclamation is Wonderful Wisconsin Week (Sept. 17-23, 2018).


What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


09/14/18

7th Grade Student Council 

The first 7th Grade Student Council meeting will be during lunch today in Mrs. Grzadzielewski's room, room 232. All interested 7th graders should get an application from their Homeroom teacher or from Mrs. Grzadzielewski.


09/17/18

8th Student Council 

Attention 8th graders! Today there will be a student council meeting in Mrs. Meyer's room during 8th grade lunch. Please bring your lunch to the meeting. If you need a front of the line pass, please stop by Mrs. Meyer's room beforehand.


09/19/18

8th Grade Football 

The Horace Mann 8th Grade Football Team hosted Wisconsin Rapids yesterday at Dennis Overland Memorial Field. The Eagles suffered their first defeat of the season by a score of 0-29. A myriad of turnovers and missed assignments plagued the team all afternoon. The Eagles host Marathon next Tuesday, September 25 at 4:00 pm. Good luck to the team.


Horace Mann Girls Swimming 

Horace Mann Girls swimming had a quad meet last night. The girls did a great job swimming and tied for first place with DC Everest. The scores were as follows Horace Mann and DC Everest 109points, John Muir 59 points, and Mosinee 9 points. Here are some of the highlights from the meet:
200 Medley A relay: Lily Clifford, Ella Guillaume, Lucy Gilles, and Stella Glaser took 2nd place
200 free: Lily Clifford took 2nd place
100 IM: Ollie Liss's Gravemade took third
50 Butterfly: Lucy Gilles took 1st place
100 freestyle: Olivia Schjoneman took 1st place and Abigail Iriarte took 3rd place
200 Yard freestyle Relay B Vivian Nowak, Lauren Konkel, Chloe Nilles, and Geneva Michlig took 3rd
50 Backstroke: Lucy Gilles took 1st place and Lily Clifford took 3rd place
50 Breaststroke: Stella Glaser took 2nd
400 freestyle relay A: Lucy Gilles, Abigail Iriarte, Ella Guillaume, and Lily Clifford took 2nd place the B relay consisting of Baley Berndt, Olivia Schjoneman, Ana Sewall, and Ollie Liss's Gravemade took 3rd place. Keep up the fast swimming girls!!


7th Grade Red Volleyball 

The 7th Grade Red Volleyball Team took on John Muir last night in a heated battle. The B team was able to pull off all 3 wins with their great teamwork, as the A team fought hard but came up shy every game. Way to fight until the end!


09/18/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


09/12/18

6th Grade Band and Orchestra 

Attention all 6th Grade students! If you have NOT already turned in your blue form for band and orchestra, please do so right away! The orchestra and band still have plenty of room for you and all your friends! Mr. Marrier, Mr. Farmer and Ms. Martin are looking forward to meeting you to try out your favorite instruments! If you need a new sheet or have questions, please see any music teacher!


09/17/18

Breakfast 

Every day, we begin serving breakfast at 7:10. You have two options for breakfast: a Grab-n-go available across main office or another breakfast option is available in the cafeteria. If you do not eat breakfast, you should be heading out to the playground. And just a reminder, if you receive a free or reduced lunch, you also get a free or reduced breakfast. If you aren't sure if you receive free or reduced meals, please check with any Food Services staff member.


U.S. Constitution Day 

Representatives of 12 of the 13 original states signed the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787. The Constitution, with its 27 amendments, defines the federal system of government and embodies the principles on which this country was founded.


Lunchroom Cleaners 

And now for your weekly lunch duty updates.
In 6th Grade: Davis Winter, Amika Xiong, Aubrey Wienke, Jorryn Weyneth, Imbach, Theory Xiong, GaoSouaYi Xiong, Elana Xiong, and DouaChee Xiong
In 7th Grade: Madisen Wolff, Haylie Wiskowski, Micah Winterhoff, Kailye Winscher, Grant Wincentsen, Isabella Wilke, Dylan Wienke and Landen White
In 8th Grade: Elaina Xiong, Heidi Wurz, Madelyn Wunsch, Christopher Wooldridge, Margaret Winter, Koal Winscher, and Aidan Williams
You will be on lunch duty all this week. Thank you for doing your part in keeping Horace Mann clean.


What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


Mildred Fish Harnack Day 

Wisconsin public school observance day commemorates the only native-born American known to have been executed by the Gestapo in Nazi Germany. Mildred Fish Harnack was born in Milwaukee in 1902.


Horace Mann Girls Swimming 

Horace Mann Girls Swim team participated in a fun relay invite on Friday in Stevens Point. The invite consisted of seven teams and Horace Mann took 2nd place overall. The point totals of the meet were Stevens Point 140 points, Horace Mann 94, Merrill 78, Medford 70, Wisconsin rapids 42, Marshfield 38, and Mosinee 10. Some of the highlights of the meet were as follows:
200 yard Medley Relay A consisting of Lily Clifford, Ella Guillaume, Lucy Gilles, and Stella Glaser took 2nd place.
400 individual Medley Relay B consisting of Elle Nelson, Brynn Schepp, Lily Casey, and Chloe Nilles took 3rd place.
8 x 25 relay A consisting of Brynn Schepp, Meaghan Fass, Lily Casey, Evelyn Casper, Vivian Nowak, Teagan Lindman, Claire Otto, and Lauren Konkel took 2nd place.
200 yard Backstroke Relay consisting of Lily Clifford, Baley Berndt, Olivia Schjoneman, and Lucy Gilles took 2nd place
400 freestyle relay consisting of Emma Ringle, Ana Sewall, Geneva Michlig, and Ella Guillaume took 3rd place.
Great Job girls! You continue to surprise and amaze us with your improvement in the water. Keep up the great work, good sportsmanship, and positive attitudes.


09/15/18

Mildred Fish Harnack Day 

Commemorates the only native-born American known to have been executed by the Gestapo in Nazi Germany. Mildred Fish Harnack was born in Milwaukee in 1902.


09/14/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


8th Grade Football 

Yesterday the 8th Grade Horace Mann Eagle Football Team traveled to Bluejay Stadium to take on the Merrill Bluejays. The Eagles exploded on offense scoring 28 points on several nifty outside runs. The Eagles stingy defense sunk their talons into the Bluejays surrendering only a 2 point conversion to Merrill. That is the only points the defense has given up in 8 quarters of football! The only blemish for the Eagles was yet another touchdown return on a kickoff by Merrill. The Eagles used their speed to batter the Bluejays en route to the 28-8 victory. Congratulations to the team on a hard fought win. The Eagles will be in action next week on Tuesday, September 18 when they host Wisconsin Rapids at Dennis Overland Memorial Field for a 4:00 pm game. Come cheer on your Eagles! It is pedal pusher night, so anyone wearing pedal pushers will get in to the game free!!


Cross Country 

The boy's and girl's cross country teams competed in the Jr. Smiley meet last night here at Horace Mann. The girl's had a great showing finishing in 3rd place out of 12 teams led by Ashley Bass in 8th and Lilly Sann in 10th. Rounding out the top 5 were Hailey Valiska, Ella Kasper, and Ellerie Cover. The boy's struggled were their positioning early in the race and just never caught-up. They finished 5th overall. The top 5 finishers were Quinn Barber, Jack Barthels, Darius Yanez-Littlewolf, Bodee Beversdorf, and Turner Olson. Congratulations to everyone that raced and we look forward to seeing how much you improve next week.


7th Grade Red Volleyball 

Congratulations to the 7th Grade Red Volleyball Team as they defeated John Muir last night! The girls played a tough 6 games but worked as a team to pull off the win. Serving was a big part of the game as many of the girls were able to serve aces and get on serving streaks. Keep up the good work!


PBIS 

Just a reminder that you have many options for your Eagle Pride tickets that you receive for making great choices. One of those options is to drop them off in the office for weekly drawings. This morning I drew names of 4 lucky students. If I call off your name, please report to Dr. Phelps' office after announcements.
In 6th Grade: Carter Clemments and Alissa Thao
In 7th Grade: Madison Binkley
In 8th Grade: Alona Pegues
Also, congratulations to the teachers who filled out these passes- Mrs. Troyer, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Tourtillott, and Mrs. Sippel. There is a special prize in your mailbox.


Survivor 

Attention 8th Grade Students - Welcome to your FIRST day of Survivor! We are SO excited for you! Just a reminder that after lunch today, you should report to your Survivor Leader's room. Come with a positive attitude, an open mind, and be ready to Outwit, Outplay, and Outlast with your tribe!!
Have an AWESOME time!


09/13/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


09/10/18

Intramural Soccer 

Attention 6th graders...there is still time to join Intramural Soccer. Stop in the office and pick up the information and start playing soccer!


09/12/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


Soccer Team 

The Horace Mann Soccer Team lost two close games to Ben Franklin by the score of 2-1 in each game. Playing goal keeper in the matches was Noah S., Gabe K., and Isaac Y. Scoring goals was Jose F. and David R. Leading the way defensively was Marek P., Ethan C., and Arjay Y. Both of the Horace Mann teams battled to the end with several shots narrowly missing and being saved by the opposing goalie as time expired.


09/11/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


09/10/18

Soccer Game 

The Horace Mann Soccer Team plays tonight at 4:00 and 5:15 at the Horace Mann Soccer Field! Soak in the sun and fun and support your boy's soccer team as they take on Ben Franklin on Tuesday. See you tonight at the game!


09/11/18

Horace Mann Girls Swimming 

Horace Mann Girls Swimming had a quad meet with Merrill, Marshfield, and Medford. The girls swam very well and took 2nd place out of the four teams. The point totals were as follows: Merrill 139, Horace Mann 117, Marshfield 52, and Medford 47 points. Some of the highlights of the meet are as follows:

200 Medley A Relay consisting of Lily Clifford, Ella Guillaume, Lucy Gilles, and Stella Glaser took 2nd place.
100 IM: Lucy Gilles took 3rd place
50 free: Lily Clifford took 3rd place
50 Butterfly: Lucy Gilles took 2nd place
200 Free A Relay consisting of Olivia Schjoneman, Elle Nelson, Emma Ringle, and Stella Glaser took 3rd place
50 Backstroke: Lily Clifford took 2nd place and Olivia Schjoneman took 3rd place
50 Breaststroke: Stella Glaser took 3rd place
400 Freestyle relay consisting of Lily Clifford, Lucy Gilles, Baley Berndt, and Ollie Liss's Gravemade took 2nd place.
Great Job girls! Keep up the hard work.


7th Grade Red Volleyball 

Congratulations to the 7th Grade Red Volleyball Team as they defeated DC Everest last night and last Thursday. The girls fought hard and served numerous aces to take a total of 11 out of 12 games! Way to go girls!


911 

Today, we reflect on what happened on September 11th, 2001. That day was a very difficult one, changing the lives of every person in our country. Even though it is still difficult to understand why this tragedy happened, we have learned that our country is resilient and that, as a people, we are stronger and more united than ever before.

We have learned that America is a country filled with heroes. Some of them are fire fighters and police officers. Some are rescue workers who drop everything in the face of tragic disasters to help others in far away places as well as at home. Some of them are the thousands of men and women stationed far from their homes who fight to protect not only our freedom, but that of countless others. And some are people like you and me who give whatever we can to help our country and our world and its people who are personally affected by tragedies like September 11th, as well as natural disasters like hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, and wildfires.

Americans have learned that while things may happen that are beyond our control, we can control how we react to them. We can seek to be activists in a positive, giving way. We can spread understanding and peace, instead of anger. We can choose to be better members of our own families, better neighbors, and better citizens. We can make the choice every day to give those around us our very best. We can honor the memory of those lost in these tragedies by keeping the American dream of liberty and justice for all in our hearts, our minds, and our actions.


09/10/18

Lunchroom Cleaners 

And now for your weekly lunch duty updates.
In 6th Grade: Lor Yang, Lily Yang, James Yang, Harvard Yang, Chloie Yang, Angelie Yang and Aizalah Yang
In 7th Grade: Darius Yanez, Valli Xiong, Joua Xiong, Jeremy Xiong, Chynida Xiong, A Xiong, Marquell Wraggs and Dawson Wolff-Plautz
In 8th Grade: Chi Nou Yang, Arjay Yang, Tshia Nag Xiong, Prince Xiong, Leng Xiong, Lacha Xiong and Emily Xiong
You will be on lunch duty all this week. Thank you for doing your part in keeping Horace Mann clean.


What Day Is It? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


09/07/18

Testing 

Attention all students: This week you will be testing in your ELA and Math classes. You will need headphones or earbuds, so please plan on bringing them with you this week. Thank you!


09/10/18

DC/Philly/NYC 

Attention 8th Grade Students interested in attending the Washington D.C./New York City/Philadelphia trip in June 2019! Our first informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 5:15pm in the large group room. We will review: What we will see and do on the trip, Rooming/Safety/Expectations, Cost, and Registration Information. All students MUST attend with a parent/guardian. Please see Ms. Grubba or Mrs. Tourtillott if you have conflicts or questions. -See you there!


09/05/18

GSA 

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) will have their first meeting today after school from 3-4 pm in Ms. Sisson's room, room 252.


Intramural Soccer 

Attention all 6th grade soccer players. Intramural soccer starts on MONDAY, Sept. 10 at 3:00. Please pick up an emergency card and information from the main office. Grab a friend and join intramural soccer!


09/07/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


8th Grade Football 

The 8th Grade Horace Mann Eagle Football Team opened its season yesterday afternoon with a game against the Ben Franklin Chargers of Stevens Point at Dennis Overland Memorial Field here at Horace Mann. The first half was a see-saw affair played between the 30 yard lines. The score was 0-0 at halftime. Because the Eagles won the coin flip and deferred , they received the second half kickoff and promptly put together a clock draining drive. With very little time left on the third quarter clock the Eagles gouged the Ben Franklin defense on a nifty off tackle touchdown run and a 2 point conversion. Those scores made it Horace Mann 8 and Ben Franklin 0. Unfortunately on the ensuing kickoff, Ben Franklin jettisoned through a bunch of arm tackles to take the kick return to the house. However, a stout defensive stop thwarted the Chargers 2 point conversion leaving the score 8-6 in favor of the Eagles. The Eagles held on to preserve the victory. They will take their 1-0 record north to Merrill Bluejay stadium to take on the Bluejays on Thursday, September 13. Good luck to the team and congratulations on an opening game win!


Horace Mann Girsl Swimming 

Horace Mann Girls swimming Rocked the pool yesterday in a tri-swim meet against Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield. The girls swam their hearts out in this first swim meet. The final results were Horace Mann 107 points Wisconsin Rapids 46 points and Horace Mann 106 points , Marshfield 44 points.
Some of the highlights were as follows:

JV 200 Medley Relay: HMMS A Relay Teagan Lindman, Abby Iriarte, Lauren Konkel, and Geneva Michlig took 1st place.
HMMS B relay: Brynn Schepp, Addy Vanderkoy, Sierra Kowalski, and Meaghan Fass took 3rd
Varsity 200 Medley Relay: HMMS A Relay Lily Clifford, Olivia Schjoneman, Lucy Gilles, and Stella Glaser took 1st.
200 Free JV: Vivian Nowak 1st, Kielie Breunig 2nd, Meaghan Fass 3rd
200 Free Varsity: Lily Clifford 1st, Ollie Liss's Gravmade
100 Im JV: Abby Iriarte 1st place
100 Im Varsity: Stella Glaser 2nd place
50 Free Jv: Elle Nelson 1st, Lily Laporte 3rd
50 Free Varsity: Emma Ringle 2nd
50 fly JV: Abby Iriarte 1st, Sierra Kowalski 2nd
50 fly Varsity: Lucy Gilles 1st place
100 Free JV: Lily Laporte 1st place
100 free Varsity: Ella Guillaume 1st, Ana Sewall 2nd, Emma Ringle 3rd
200 Free Relay JV: HMMS B Lily LaPorte, Evelyn Kasper, Isabelle Juedes, Kielie Breunig 1st place
200 free Relay Varsity: HMMS A Olivia Schjoneman, Stella Glaser, Emma Ringle, Geneva Michlig 1st
HMMS B Elle Nelson, Chloe Nilles, Vivian Nowak, Claire otto 3rd
50 Yard Backstroke JV: Vivian Nowak 1st, Lauren Konkel 2nd, Kielie Breunig 3rd
50 Yard Backstroke Varsity: Lucy Gilles 1st, Lily Clifford 2nd
50 yard Breaststroke JV: Baley Berndt 1st, Ana Sewall 2nd
50 Yard Breaststroke Varsity: Elle Nelson 2nd, Stella Glaser 3rd
400 Yard Free relay JV: HMMS B Emma ringle, Lilyan Casey, Lily Laporte, and Brynn Schepp
400 Free relay Varsity: HMMS A Lily clifford, Ollie Liss's Gravemade, Baley Berndt, and Lucy Gilles 1st place

We are proud of each and every one of you girls on the team! Way to kick of the season!


8th Grade RED Volleyball Team 

Congratulations to the 8th Grade RED volleyball team for an outstanding first night. We played Everest and won all six matches. Katie Perkins had an amazing streak of 15 serves in a row while Lillie Zaitz also had a serving streak of 12 serves in a row! Congratulations to ALL of the players on the 8th grade RED team for supporting each other and playing as a team. Go Eagles!


Volleyball 

Congratulations to the 8th grade white volleyball team as they crushed DCE to win a total of 5 out of the 6 games. Great serves by Savannah and Reece along with great digs by the back row. Way to work hard and keep up the great work this season!


Soccer Team 

Congrats to the Horace Mann Boy's Soccer Team! The team opened with a 4-0 win over Marshfield. Keanhu L., Ethan C., Caleb B., and Angel M., scored goals. Jeremy G., Arjay Y., and Abdullatif V. lead the solid defensive effort while Gabe K., and Noah S. played in goal.

The second team lost a hard fought game giving up late game goals as we ran out of gas in a back and forth game. Michael M. and Issac Y. played in goal with Manny D. and John. N scoring goals.

The soccer team plays at Mosinee on Monday and at Horace Mann on Tuesday both at 4:00 and 5:15 - see you there!


White Volleyball 

The White 7th grade team played a great two matches yesterday! Our leading serves for B team were Tiffany Boyd and Sa Niya Campbell, winning their third game! The leading serves for A were Kailyn Brandt and Sydney Crawford! Great job girls! Next game is at home on Tuesday!


09/06/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


09/05/18

What Day Is It? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


09/04/18

Lunch Duty 

And now for your weekly lunch duty updates.

In 6th Grade: Amelia Zastrow, Joseph Zarins, Promise Ysquierdo, Selean Yang, Ricky Yang, Peter Yang and Nigwon Yang

In 7th Grade: Tristen Young, Lilyrose Young, Josiah Yang, Jackie Yang, Hope Yang, Hlijah Yang, Calvin Yang and Bee Yang

In 8th Grade: Reagan Zimny, Myles Zeinert, Aryka Zdzieblowski, Kaili Zastrow, Lillie Zaitz, Isaac Young and Melody Yang

You will be on lunch duty all this week. Thank you for doing your part in keeping Horace Mann clean.


06/07/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


06/05/18

DC/NYC/Philly 

Attention all students attending the Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia trip NEXT WEEK! This is a reminder that you MUST be to school this Sunday, June 10, at 3:15pm. That's 3:15pm ...this Sunday, June 10th! If you have ANY questions regarding the trip, please see Ms. Grubba in room 218 today.


Sports Folders 

Attention all 6th and 7th grade students. If you plan on participating in a Fall sport and didn't pick up your Fall sports folder, please stop by the office before you leave on Thursday to pick one up. Remember, you will need a physical BEFORE the first day of practice!! Questions....see Mrs. Peck


06/07/18

Recognition 

Attention 7th graders: This year you had 117 students that did not receive a BTF. Thank you for representing yourselves and our core values well! Out of those 117, 10 students names were drawn for prizes. Will the following students please report to the office following announcements: Kyra Bleese, Caleb Buchberger-Benson, Tristyn Carpenter, Estelle Glaser, Kai Kelley, Song Jai Lor, Luis Perez, Lillian Sann, Kaylani Vang and Tshia Nag Xiong. Way to go Eagles!


Elevator Fobs 

Just a reminder to students who have elevator passes to return them to the main office by the end of the day. Thanks!


Lost & Found 

Attention Students - Just a reminder to make sure you check out the lost and found before you leave today. Anything not claimed will be donated after school is out. If you lost jewelry, watches, or keys, please stop in the main office to see if we have them.


06/06/18

What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


06/01/18

Locker clean out 

Attention all students!! This is a reminder to be sure and clean out your PE and sport lockers by yesterday. Today we will be emptying lockers, and anything left in the locker room will be in large, stinky piles. Save yourself the displeasure of going though a smelly pile of clothes and take your stuff home today!


06/05/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


06/04/18

Lunch Duty 

Lunch Duty- all students will have lunch duty for a week this school year. During your week, you and a friend may go to the front of the lunch line. After you eat, please see a lunch room supervisor and you can start cleaning. The lucky students who have lunch duty for the week of June 4th are:

6th grade: Hlijah Yang, Hope Yang, Jackie Yang, Josiah Yang, Lansen Yang, Lilyrose Young, Tristen Young
7th grade: Lillie Zaitz, Kaili Zastrow, Aryka Zdzieblowski, Myles Zeinert, Reagan Zimny
8th grade: Ayla Yang, Evan Yang, Izaiah Yang, Jer Yang, Kaliyah Yang, Kia Yang, Klover Yang, Alek Zavadoski


What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


05/29/18

Boys & Girls Club 

The Boys & Girls Club will be closed today. They will reopen on Tuesday, June 5th. Please plan accordingly.


06/01/18

Swim make ups 

Attention Mr. Smith's PE classes. The final two days of swim make ups will be today and Tuesday after school until 3:30.


06/04/18

Instruments home 

Attention all band and orchestra students! It's time to take home your instruments and equipment! Please make sure that you stop down in the music department at the end of the day TODAY if you have not already claimed your instrument.


06/01/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


05/30/18

student council 

Attention 8th grade student council members! The last student council meeting of the year will take place today during 8th grade lunch. The meeting will take place in Mrs. Meyer's room. Please bring your lunch. If you need a front of the line pass, stop in Mrs. Meyer's room beforehand.


Yearbooks 

Yearbooks are still available for you to buy. If you are not sure if you have already paid for one, stop in the main office or check your fees paid on Infinite Campus. The cost is $25 and the books will be distributed on Monday.


06/01/18

8th Grade Awards 

Good Morning. Congratulations to all of the 8th Graders who received awards last night. The plaques are featured outside the Main Office this morning and then will be in the display case this afternoon. Be proud of your accomplishments.

Will the following 8th Graders please report to the Counseling Office immediately to pick up the award you received last night: Julia Batchko, Evan Bridgewater, Ahri Carlson, JT Gorshi, Emily Hahn, Brianna Havlovic, Jonathon Keller, Mongxay Khang, Cheyenne LaoJ, Jayden Neiter, & Izaiah Yang.


Triathlon 

Congratulations to the Triathlon participants from last nights race between Horace Mann and John Muir here at the Eagles Nest. The battle for the top spots on both the boy's and girl's sides were fierce. John Muir came out on top with a first place finish from Derek Danielson in a time of 36:14 and Ashley Danielson in a time of 38:54. Horace Mann was lead by Alek Zavadoski in a 2nd place time of 37:35 and Lucy Gilles in a 3rd place time of 40:22. Everyone should be very proud of their accomplishment with finishing this triathlon. Thanks for giving it a Tri! Thank you also to everyone who volunteered their time to make this race possible. We couldn't do it without you!


05/29/18

Student Council 

The following 8th grade student council members have volunteered to work their lunch today:
School Store: Jude Lawler
Eagle Pride Cart: Caitlyn Rhea


05/31/18

What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


05/21/18

June Bus Pass 

June Metro Ride Bus Passes are now on sale in the main office. Bus Passes are available for $19. Please make sure checks are payable to Metro Ride. The best time to purchase a bus pass is during your resource or lunch hour. Please do not wait until after school to purchase them as you may miss your bus. You also have the opportunity to purchase a Youth Freedom Pass in the main office for $25. This pass is good for June 1st to August 31st.


05/28/18

Student Council Workers 

6th Grade Student Council workers during lunch today:
School Store: Gideon G. and Noah N.
Eagle Pride Reward Cart: Evie B. and Katie R.


05/22/18

Swim make ups 

Attention Mr. Smith's phy ed classes. Mr. Smith will be in the pool after school until 3:30 for swim makeups on Friday.


05/30/18

Safety 

Students, please remember to stay safe on your way to school and on your way home from school. That includes staying on sidewalks as often as possible, crossing the street at marked locations, and being aware of your surrounding at all time. Talking with friends and listening to music can be fun, but it can also be a distraction so please be cautious as you get closer to streets and moving vehicles. Thank you.


Final Chamber Orchestra Rehearsal 

Attention all chamber orchestra members! TODAY is our final meeting of the year from 3:00 until 3:30! Instruments are not needed, but please make sure you bring your chamber folder and all music for turn-in today - you will be charged for any music you are missing. If you are unable to attend, please turn in your music to Ms. Martin today!


What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


Girls Soccer 

The Eagles girls soccer team wrapped up their season on a high note last Thursday up in Merrill. The Eagles dominated play for much of the game, and finally found the back of the net with less than two minutes to go to earn the victory. Both Coach Smiths would like to thank the girls for a fantastic season!!


05/29/18

What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


Softball 

The Eagle softball team traveled to Merrill last Thursday to take on the Bluejays. The Bluejays started strong and after 4 innings the score was Merrill 13 Horace Mann 0. The Eagles came alive in the top of the 5th and scored 8 runs. In the 6th they scored three more and in the 7th 1. The final score was 15-12. Although it was a loss, it was a great comeback! No one gave up and the Eagles showed their grit and determination! Great job girls on a wonderful season and have a Chiperific Day!


05/28/18

Lunch Duty 

Lunch Duty- all students will have lunch duty for a week this school year. During your week, you and a friend may go to the front of the lunch line. After you eat, please see a lunch room supervisor and you can start cleaning. The lucky students who have lunch duty for the week of May 28th are:

6th grade: Chynida Xiong, Jeremy Xiong, Shandity Xiong, Valli Xiong, Darius Yanez, Bee Yang, Calvin Yang
7th grade: Tshia Nag Xiong, Anon Yang, Arjay Yang, Chi Nou Yang, Melody Yang, Isaac Young
8th grade: Andrew Winter, Nathan Woehlert, Emilie Wolf, Tylor Wolfe, Annastacia Xiong, Cittey Xiong, Ashley Yang


05/24/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


05/22/18

student council 

The following 8th grade student council members have volunteered to work during lunch today:
School Store: Alex Benson & Jack McGovern
Eagle Pride Cart: Julia Goetsch & La Ni Lor


05/24/18

Hiking 

Kids hiking Rib Mountain today, meet in Ms. Jackson's room, room 256, after school.


05/21/18

Student Council Meeting 

Attention 6th grade Student Council members: There will be a meeting today during lunch in Mr. Meyer's room. Please bring your lunch and eat during the meeting. See you then!


Return All IMC Materials 

Students all IMC materials (books, Cds, Magazines, etc.) are due back in the IMC TODAY. Please check your lockers and at home for lost items. Bills will be sent out next week for any materials not returned. If you need a book after today please see Mrs. Engel. Thank you!


05/22/18

Yearbooks 

The big day is fast approaching... yearbooks will be distributed to students who bought one on Monday, June 4th. Did you forget to buy a yearbook this year? You still have a chance to grab a book full of memories from this school year. We have received several extra copies of the book and you can purchase one in the main office from Mrs. Wadinski. The cost is $25.


05/23/18

What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


05/21/18

Student Council Workers 

6th Grade Student Council workers during lunch Thursday:
School Store: Brandon W. and Garrison S.
Eagle Pride Reward Cart: Michael M. and Noah D.


05/23/18

Citizens of the Month 

The following students have been selected as Citizens of the Month for February. This month the trait that is recognized is “Is responsible for his or her work in the classroom.
Team 6-1: Isaac Kaczmarowski & Sunitha Vang
Team 6-2: Roxanne Sadler & Turner Olson
Team 7-1: Abdul Valid & Katelyn Neumann
Team 7-2: Stella Glaser & David Sklow
Team 8-1 Alayna Kuhnert & Chueseng Chang
Team 8-2: Logan Nehring & Marri Bootz
Congratulations students! Teachers, please excuse these students immediately after homeroom. Students, go directly to the Guidance Office as you are dismissed.


Softball 

The Eagle Softball Team took on the Medford Raiders last night in a double header. Game 1 was close until the Eagles erupted for 7 runs in the third inning. Final score was Eagles 13, Raiders 9.

In the second game the Eagles jumped out to a 2-0 lead but the Raiders came back with 5 runs in the bottom of the first inning. Horace Mann answered with 4 runs in the 4th inning, but it wasn't enough as the Raiders took the second game 7-9.

Our last game is tomorrow in Merrill. Good Luck!


05/22/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


Girls Soccer 

The Eagles girls soccer team travelled to Medford last night. Medford beat the Eagles 4-1, our next game is this Thursday at Merrill.


7th Grade Choir, 8th Grade Choir 

A reminder to all 7th and 8th grade choir members - your final dress rehearsal is TODAY! Please report to the stage in the Cafetorium at the beginning of 9th period this afternoon. Your spring concert is TONIGHT at 7:00 p.m. Remember to dress your best!


05/21/18

Lunch Duty 

Lunch Duty- all students will have lunch duty for a week this school year. During your week, you and a friend may go to the front of the lunch line. After you eat, please see a lunch room supervisor and you can start cleaning. The lucky students who have lunch duty for the week of May 21st are:

6th grade: Kailye Winscher, Micah Winterhoff, Haylie Wiskowski, Madisen Wolff, Dawson Wolff-Plautz, Marquell Wraggs, A Xiong
7th grade: Emily Xiong, Kristopher Xiong, Lacha Xiong, Leng Xiong, Prince Xiong
8th grade: Vanglongze Vang, Yer Vang, Gincarlo Vargas, Aleida Venegas Santos, Kim Vue, Tony Wanta, Destiny Weyker


What day is it? 

Today is A Day. Please follow your A Day schedule.


05/18/18

8th Grade Boys Basketball players 

All 8th grade basketball players that plan to play next year at East need to attend a short, Summer Basketball Informational meeting in Mr. Dimka's room BEFORE you go to lunch on Monday, May 21st. In addition to information about Summer Basketball, you will be getting your UWMC Summer League jersey. If you can not attend the meeting, you need to contact Mr. Dimka or you will not be included on the UWMC Summer League roster.


05/21/18

Chrome book 

All 10th hour PE classes that have Mr. Parsons or Mrs. Johnson should dress for class, but also bring your chrome book as well.


05/18/18

What day is it? 

Today is B Day. Please follow your B Day schedule.


05/14/18

student council 

Attention all 8th grade students! TONIGHT is the 8th grade Farewell Dance. The dance begins at 7 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. The cost is $3 and the dress is semi-formal. Bring money if you'd like to purchase concessions or take part in the photo booth. The photo booth is open throughout the entire dance and includes fun props which make for fun, memorable pictures with your friends. The cost is $2 per strip of pictures. Please bring your HM ID, and by the way 8th grade students, if you do not have your ID please come to the main office with $5 as soon as possible to get a new one. Also, arrive on time.


05/15/18

Physical Education 

Students who have Mr. Parsons and Mrs. Johnson for physical education 10th hour will need their chrome book this Friday and Monday next week. Please dress for class and bring your chrome book to the gym.


05/17/18

Summer Band and Orchestra Lessons 

Attention all Band and Orchestra students! The deadline for registering for FREE summer lessons on your instrument is TODAY! Please turn in your registration form to Ms. Martin, Mr. Farmer, or Mr. Steger TODAY!


05/18/18

Girls Soccer 

The Eagles girls soccer team continued their strong play last night as we hosted DC Everest. The Eagles controlled the play for most of the game, only allowing our goalie to touch the ball once the entire game. Unfortunately, the Eagles could not find the back of the net, and the game ended in a 0-0 tie. Great game Eagles!!



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