Daily Bulletin

May 15, 2018

Tuesday: 160

Days Left: 0

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Anyone who has an art project in Mrs. Guffey’s room please come and get it asap.  Thanks

These people still have library books checked out.

Shelby Adami, Grace Affolter, Russell Baumer, Nolan Bell, Sela Blankenship, Kylie Brookshire, Brenna Bullock, Kaylee Burton, Dylan Busby, Hailey Cates, Skylar Cobb, Brianna Colgrove, Danon Dodds, Dayton Gardiner, Jolee Hoss, Trenton MacDonald, Ella Mathis, Kyle McKee, Megan Melvin, Ben Noland, Cody Parsons, Jessica Penfield, Lily Price, Trevor Radcliff, Zachary Ryserson, Ethan Sanchez, Ukara Saxton, Tabby Smith, Taylor Smith, Jeremiah Strom, David Vance, Josie VanKirk, Alex Wagoner, Alexis Werbe, and Zoe Wilson.
Please turn them in ASAP.  Seniors, I won’t be able to clear you for check out if you don’t turn your books in.  Thank you!  Mrs. Giacolone

Soccer: If you plan on playing girls soccer next school year, you need to see Coach Ray by the end of the day on Monday.



6-12 grade Track: Your uniforms must be turned in ASAP!!!!! Give Mr Kamprath or Mr Herdade immediately!!!!!!!! Or it will cost you 75.00 to replace them!!



Seniors will meet during Wolf Time Friday in the Media Center (assuming no one is still testing at 2:00 – if they are, meet in the cafeteria) to discuss the “parade” through the elementary Monday during graduation practice so all the EL kids and teachers can high five, wish them well, etc.




Students: 7-12, Do not go to the Elementary workroom for snacks at all!!!







Students: There is a Dress Code still in place!!! Rules will be enforced!!!!









 WCC Cosmetology students, you will attend WCC thru the 17th of May, the bus stops on May 15th.






Phelps County Regional Medical Center has applications available for their VolunTEEN Program. Students that are 14 years or older by June 15th, have a C+ grade average, have proof of MMR immunizations, and a completed health screening can apply to volunteer at PCRMC for a month during the summer.

During the sessions, VolunTEENs assist with the Take A Stand Against Child Abuse lemonade stands for the Phelps County Child Advocacy Network (PCCAN); they provide breaks for many of the PCRMC volunteers who work in the nursing dispatch areas, the Medical Office Building and the Main and North entrances; and they operate the hospitality cart throughout the hospital. VolunTEENs also work clerical positions, help out in The Lily Pad gift shop or volunteer in the hospital cafeteria.



This is a great opportunity for students interested in the medical field to learn more about helping other people, healthcare careers and workforce development. They will even be given tours around the facility during their volunteer times.


If interested, students should pick up an application in the High School Office or see Ms. Large.

Here are the Newburg HS Summer School Course Offerings.  There is a minimum of 15 for the class to “Make” and a maximum of 20 per class. 

Personal Finance- Mr. Bailey

PE- Mr. Lott

Art- Mrs. Peery/Mrs. Guffey

Speech- Mr. Wisdom

Team Sports-Mr. Atchison

Health-Mr. Kamprath

Vocational Agriculture-Mrs Strain-Last two weeks only-7-12 grade

Student Drivers: If you are a new driver, you must fill out a driving form, you can pick one up in the HS Office from Ms. Sandra

Counselors Pagecounselor

Community Events



2018 Spring Sports Schedule



Lunch and Breakfast Menu


Starting Monday, the cafeteria will be serving A La Carte’ items to 4-12 grade

Chips $0.75
Rice Krispy Treats $0.75
Motts Fruit Snacks $0.75

Pudding  $0.75
2 Cookies $0.50
Beef Sticks $1.25


Click on the appropriate menu for your student.

High School Breakfast


balloons-bdayAudric Gabel tomorrow, Josephine Birdsong on May 26 and Johnathan Canfield on May 29. Happy Birthday to everyone in June and July also.


Breakfast Supervision Duty: Mr Juliano

Lunch Duty: Mr Juliano

And as always Coach Bailey is the man!