High School Daily Bulletin
ROLAND-STORY NORSEMEN BULLETIN
Monday, February 2, 2015 #106 Day “A”
Lunch for Today: Turkey Corndog, Chips, Cooked Carrots, Applesauce
Breakfast for 2/3/15: Breakfast Bar, Granola Bar, Juice, Milk
Lunch for 2/3/15: Chicken & Noodle Soup/Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese, Pears
NHS Activity Forms are due today to Kathy in the office by 3:00 pm. No late forms will be accepted.
FFA and FCCLA members are reminded that we are decorating the gym tomorrow morning from 8:30 am to 10:00 am for the sweetheart ball dance.
RS Sweatpant Order - RS Under Armour ($41) and Champion ($21) sweatpants are available to purchase. Order forms available in the commons and office. samples are available in Mr. Hill's room, and commons during lunch. Order forms can also be found at the link below. Orders are due Friday, 2/6. Contact Mr. Hill with questions.
FCCLA-There is a meeting on Tuesday (Feb. 3rd) at 7:45 to finalize FCCLA week!
The junior class is hosting "Pancakes for Prom" fundraiser on Friday, February 6 from 4:00 - 8:30 p.m. in the high school commons in conjunction with the basketball mega night versus CMB. Everyone is invited to enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes with sausage and a drink. Free will donations will be collected. All proceeds benefit after prom activities. Special thanks to the Roland Kiwanis for assisting with the event.
Norse Nurse: There is a continued decrease in respiratory illnesses overall.
Current office visit trends:
Reminder: Your child's illness is contagious until free of fever (fever= temp 100.4 or higher) for 24 hours. Fever reducing medicines only mask the fever; they do not decrease the contagiousness. Therefore, please check your child's temperature prior to giving the next dose of fever reducer. A Dr's visit is advised for fever lasting longer than 72 hours. Beyond this time frame, a bacterial illness (needing antibiotics) may be brewing.
Please remind your children to avoid sharing hats/coats/hoodies/brushes, especially through the winter months.
"Fist bumps" and "high fives" are preferred over hugs, to prevent spread of illnesses.
Running a humidifier in the home, during the dry winter months, may help with decreasing headaches and nose bleeds.
We are continuing to sanitize frequently touched surfaces.
Please feel free to contact me if you questions.
Be Healthy! Mrs. Greenfield, RN
Pink Out: Show your support for Cancer Awareness by attending the Pink Out night on February 3rd at the RS gym. This year’s matchup is between the RS Norsemen and the SH Hawks. The evening begins at 6 pm with a silent action, duck toss, half court shoot out and many other events throughout the evening. You will also get an opportunity to see the future generation of cheerleaders cheer on the Norsemen. We encourage everyone to wear pink. T-shirts are on sale now and order forms are available at all RS schools. HOSA will be providing walking tacos before and during the games. All monies raised throughout the evening will be going to the American Cancer Society. Come out and show your support for a worthy casue!
IMC will be closed the morning of Tuesday, February 3rd until 10:00 am. Please plan ahead and get all your items printed in a timely manner.
Graduating Seniors: If you are interested in pursuing a career in the Cosmetology Field, the Iowa School is Beauty is offering a $2,500 scholarship is towards their Cosmetology, Massage Therapy, or Esthetics programs and a $500 scholarship is towards their Nail Technology program. Check in the guidance office for more information...psampson (1/29)
1/31 – Varsity Wrestling Tournament @ RSHS at 10:00 am
1/31 – Sweetheart Ball @ 8-11 pm
2/3 – Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball VS South Hamilton @ RSHS at 6:00 pm
2/3 – Varsity Wrestling VS Eagle Grove @ Eagle Grove at 6:30 pm
2/6 – Mid-terms for 3rd quarter
2/6 – Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball VS CMB @ RSHS at 6:00 pm
2/6 – Cyclone Honor Band @ ISU
2/7 – ACT Testing @ ISU
2/7 – IHSSA Large Group Speech
2/7 – Varsity Boys & Girls Basketball VS CN @ RSHS at 2:30 pm
2/11 – Iowa Assessments 9-11, 12th graders visit colleges, scholarship applications, job shadowing, etc.