Spring Lake High School Bulletin for Friday, September 24, 2021
LUNCH FOR TODAY: CHICKEN ALFREDO W/BROCCOLI AND A BREADSTICK OR WALKING TACOS
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO Trevor Arraut and Anna Bisacky today!
ATTENTION FRESHMAN – CLASS RINGS: A reminder that it is time to order your custom Spring Lake High School class ring. You can order online at www.jostens.com, by placing your order form in the drop box in the main office, or seeing a Jostens Representative at school TODAY, Sept. 24. If you need an information packet, extras are in the main office. Make sure to place your order by TODAY in order to receive the “FREE gift with purchase and companion ring.”
ATTENTIONS SENIORS – GRADUATION ORDERS: A reminder that it is time to order your cap and gown and senior gear. You can order online at www.jostens.com, by placing your order form in the drop box in the main office, or seeing a Jostens Representative at school during lunch TODAY, Sept 24. If you need an information packet, extras are in the main office. Make sure to place your order by TODAY to ensure that there are no delays with any products.
Monday, Sept 27-Friday, Oct 1: MONEY WARS
Monday, Sept 27: HAWAIIAN DAY
Tuesday, Sept 28: DENIM DAY
Tuesday, Sept 28: HALL DECORATING from 6:30-8:30pm
Wednesday, Sept 29: COLOR WARS (9th-BLUE, 10th-PINK, 11th-WHITE, 12th-BLACK)
Wednesday, Sept 29: BELLY FLOP CONTEST (9th vs 10th at 12:50 and 11th vs 12th at 2:10)
Wednesday, Sept 29: POWDER PUFF GAME at 7pm/Grabinski Field (admission cost $1)
Thursday, Sept 30: DECADE DAY (9th-90’s, 10th-50’s, 11th-80’s, 12th-70’s)
Friday, Oct 1: RED AND GREY DAY
Friday, Oct 1: Long meeting schedule with lunches based on 4th hour teacher (lunch assignments to follow)
Friday, Oct 1: Pep Assembly with Mattress Relay, Tug of War, Gunny Sack Race, and Half-court Shot Contest
Friday, Oct 1: Parade at 6pm and game at 7pm
Saturday, Oct 2: Homecoming Dance – HS from 8-11pm
FREE HOMECOMING DRESSES! Need a dress for the Homecoming dance? Over 100 dresses to choose from, including some still with tags! Be sure to stop by Room 450 or email Mrs. Boodt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FINANCIAL AID NIGHT: All seniors and parents/guardians are invited to attend the Financial Aid meeting on Wednesday, Oct 13 at 6PM in the high school auditorium. The meeting will discuss how to pay for college, financial aid, types of aid, scholarships, grants, loans and much more. Don’t forget to please wear a mask!
ONE TEAM ONE LAKER EVENTS: The following dates are the OTOL t-shirt events where students will be admitted into events for free and entered into a drawing to win a gift certificate. If you do not have an OTOL shirt, they are available to purchase in the office for $10.
October 5: Varsity Volleyball vs Allendale
October 12: Swimming/Diving vs Mona Shores
October 23: Cross Country – Mel Hall Invitational
October 25: Choir Concert – Auditorium at 7PM
HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME TICKETS: Due to popular demand of attending the homecoming football game, the Athletic Office will be pre-selling tickets to alleviate congestion at the gate. Tickets will be presold in the Athletic Office on Wednesday, Sept 29 and Thursday Sept 30 from 7:30 am- 3:00 pm., and on Friday, Oct 1, tickets will be sold from 7:30 am- Noon. The cost is $5.00 per person. Please note that we cannot honor the family discount price for the pre-sell, but it will be honored at the gate the night at the game.
UPCOMING VIRTUAL COLLEGE VISITS: Check Schoology for the link for the visit!
Lawrence Tech 9/27/2021 Monday 6:00 PM
University of Alabama 9/29/2021 Wednesday 7:00 PM
Davenport University 10/6/2021 Wednesday 5:00 PM
U of M 10/11/2021 Monday 6:00 PM
GVSU 10/12/2021 Tuesday 4:00 PM
Aquinas College 10/12/2021 Tuesday 5:00 PM
University of Alabama 10/21/2021 Thursday 7:00 PM
STUDENT COVID-19 SCREENING TOOL: Every day before leaving for school, please make sure to complete the following screening for your student(s). If your student has any of the following symptoms – NEW OR NOT TYPICAL for your student. If the answer is YES to any ONE symptom in the first group or any TWO symptoms in the second group, notify the school and keep your student home. Then contact your student’s medical provider for direction and possible COVID-19 testing.
Any ONE of these:
□ Cough (for students with chronic allergic/asthmatic cough, a change in their cough from baseline)
□ Shortness of breath
□ Difficulty breathing
□ Loss of taste OR loss of smell
□ Confusion or change in mental status
□ Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
□ Pale, gray or blue-colored skin, lips or nail beds, depending on skin tone
□ Inability to wake or stay awake
OR any TWO of these:
□ Temperature of 100.4 or higher OR feeling feverish
□ Muscle aches
□ Sore throat
□ Nausea OR vomiting
□ Congestion OR runny nose