Activities & Class News
Delano Schools Student Interest Survey – Check your school email and complete by 3 pm tomorrow. STUDENTS: This survey is being conducted by our school district regarding your participation in athletics and your interest in athletics not currently sponsored by our school. We are evaluating our athletic programs because of our interest in providing athletic opportunities that meet the needs of our students.
The Jingle run will be taking place during Tiger time on Friday. If you are interested in participating in the run please sign up in Ms Kalvig’s classroom. To run you must donate $5 or a toy. All proceeds will be donated to toys for tots. If we don’t get more participants the event will be cancelled.
The Math Team placed 2nd Monday night in a 7 team meet at Shakopee. Nic Poll and Nicole Pupp led the Tigers with 10 points each while Andrew Karpen and Jackson Raskob added 8 points apiece. Jennifer Almquist, Duc Do, and Lily Tieg scored 7 points each as 40 Mathletes competed for Delano.
Interested in learning how to fly a drone? Then join the Drone Club. Stop by Mr. Nohner’s room after school today.
Seniors! The Grad Party is looking for senior boys and senior girls to form a team for Donkey Basketball on January 6 at 6 pm in the Old Gym. Sign up today in the activities office!
Seniors bring in your RSVP forms for the All Night Grad Party before Friday. Extra forms can be found in the office.
Holiday Dress Up Days: Tomorrow- Holiday Character (Santa, elf, Grinch, Mrs. Claus Friday-Ugly Sweater
Congratulations to the December Students of the Month. A pizza lunch will be served for you on Thursday during A Lunch. Please come to the HS Office. Industrial Tech – Riley Clay Math – Maddie Meland FACS – Juniper Anderson World Languages – Cody Rieder Social Studies – Izzy Johnson Choir – Brock Wuerger Compass– Jaid Necas Health – Thomas Kenison Phys-Ed – Cole Schansberg Language Arts – William Larson Business – Jacob Cassell Science – Caden Link Band – Izabell Krueger Art – Caleb Schrein Work Program – Isayas Rodriguez
Students: the High School Lost and Found is now located by the vending machines. All items will be donated over Winter Break. Please look for any of your items now. All lost backpacks, phones, keys, calculators will be kept in the office.
Last year we ran out of yearbooks and many students were sad they didn’t get one. Don’t be that student this year and order your yearbook online at jostens.com. They are currently $75 and will go up in price the longer you wait!