Daily Announcements





MENU:  1% White Milk and Fat Free White, Chocolate, and Strawberry Milk offered daily

  100% Fruit Juice offered daily

  Lunch - $2.25

CUSTOM BROTHER GRILL:  Cheeseburger, Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Chicken, Chicken Tenders with roll, BBQ Pulled Pork


HOME/TACO LINE:  Salisbury Steak with roll, Mashed Potatoes


CORNER CRUST PIZZA:  BBQ Chicken Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza



--EVENTS TODAY:  JH Golf vs. Sullivan 4:30, Boys/Girls JH Cross Country at Blue Chip Conference Meet at South Knox 5:00, Girls Varsity Soccer at Bloomfield 5:00, Varsity/JV Volleyball at Barr Reeve 6:00


--EVENTS TOMORROW:  Varsity Football vs. Linton 7:00


--COMING EVENTS:  Picture Retakes October 10  





The State Champion Bocce Team will be recognized at halftime of tomorrow night’s football game.  Members of the team are expected to be there.


Honor Society members are asked to pay $10 dues ASAP.  


 We will be celebrating College Go Week next week, September 25 - 29  with the following spirit days:

Monday: Future is bright so we wear Neon 

Tuesday: College Pride so wear your College Shirt

Wednesday: Dress for success, wear your Sunday best

Thursday: Where are you headed: Pay a $1 and wear your favorite hat 

Friday: Warrior Pride, Support our Warriors by wearing Warrior gear


We will begin offering peer tutoring from our National Honor Society students during home room for grades 7-8-9 on : Monday, September 18th. Students should report to home room for attendance and then release them to the library if they need assistance in classes. 

Monday: English and History 

Tuesday: All subjects 

Wednesday: All subjects

Thursday: All subjects

Friday: All Subjects. 


The following Students have not turned in their Field Trip form so they should not be allowed to go on bus trips:

7th Grade: Ignacio Bautista-Garcia, Peyton Fox, David Frey, Braden Patterson

8th Grade: Aidian Lane

9th Grade:  Anthony Barthelemy, Skylar Hedge

10th Grade: Lukas Geyer, Carson Goforth, Christopher Green, Mariah Reed, Dylon Serano 

Grade 11:  Isaac Horton, Ethan Sandefer

Grade 12:  Makayla Collier, Russell Harbin, Jazmine Johnson, Levi Patterson, Austin Patton, Nathaniel Salazar, Alexis Strange


The following students have not turned in their ExtraCurricular Drug Testing Program form.  Therefore they can not participate in extracurricular activities including dances and driving to school.:

7th Grade:  Christopher Archer, Haydie Forney, Peyton Fox, Gabriel Geary, Kelsey Grim, Areonna Lane, Alyssa Ramirez, Logan Scranton

8th Grade:  Katelyne Hardig

9th Grade:  Anthony Barthelemy, Alana Fox, Kevin Juarez, Lacie Roe, Sage Wallace

10th Grade:  Tyler Cummings

11th Grade:  Mayrell Juarez Alejandro

12th Grade:  Makayla Collier, Adrianne Hightshoe, Jacob Shields, Jorge Valles, Diego White


The following students have chosen to not participate in the ExtraCurricular Drug Testing Program.  Therefore, they are NOT allowed to participate in extracurricular activities including dances and driving to school.:

Ava Baldwin, Ares Bland, Destiny Blanton, Gage Blanton, Nathan Boger, Quinn DeMoura, Tristan Dougan, Stella Flores, Donovan FuQuay, Jordan Godfrey, Ryliegh Goforth, Christopher Green Jr., Russell Harbin, Rebecca Hedge, Connor Jones, Remington Krohn, Shaelee McCarthy, Danyka McGlone, Alexis Miley, Haedyn Mincey, Na’Aira Moore, Fatima Morales, Michael Purdy, Gabriella Ramsey, Hunter Richards, John Richards, Bryce Roark, Cayden Smith, Dailyn Smith, Kane Sturgeon, Robert Taylor, Jasmine Vogt, Levi White, Paul White.


The following colleges will be here to visit.  

Ball State University           Friday, October 6th

Indiana State University     TBA

All visits will be during homeroom and will be in the auditorium.


When you are leaving early, YOU are responsible for taking your chromebook back to your homeroom.  Take your chromebook back before you come to the office to leave.  If your homeroom teacher is not in the classroom, put your chromebook in your homeroom teachers mailbox.


A reminder to all student drivers:  You must have parent permission to leave early even if you are 18 years old.  


When you know ahead of time that you need to leave early, your parents should write a note giving their permission for you to leave early.  When you arrive at school, get the parent note signed by an administrator.  That parent note is your pass out of class and is to be shown/given to an adult on duty in the office.  Then you will sign out in the office before you leave.  

Remember if you come to school late you sign in at the mainoffice and when you leave early you sign out at the main office.  Also remember to sign your first and last name on the sign in/out book. WHEN YOU EXIT, USE THE FRONT DOOR.

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