Any student interested in the math team, there will be an informational meeting during homeroom on Wednesday, September 28th. Please check in with your homeroom teacher first and then go to Mrs. Lachtara’s room 214.
Treatments invented at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital have helped push the overall childhood survival rate from 20 percent when the hospital opened in 1962 to more than 80 percent today. Donate your coins this week during lunch to help St. Jude’s wage war on childhood cancer!
Sophomores if you signed up to go to Career Center please check your school email and complete the questionnaire Mrs Brooke sent you.
Guess the shredded book raffle winners are Ms. Perez and LIndsey Barbosa, with their guesses of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Stop by Ms King’s room today for your $25 Barn and Noble gift card.
IW Varsity football got defeated by Seneca 35-0
Fact of the day- In 1970, Bill Bowerman, a track and field coach, created the first waffle sole Nike running shoe nicknamed the “Moon Shoe” by using his wife’s waffle iron.
The Iroquois West boys golf team participated in the Watseka Invitational golf match at Shewami Country Club on 9/23. Other participating schools were Watseka, Milford, Grant Park, Kankakee, Manteno, Cissna Park, and Donovan. Kankakee took first place with a team score of 171. IW took 2nd with 175 followed by Milford 179, Watseka 185, and Manteno 188.
Individual first place honors went to Kankakee’s Paul Azzarelli with a score of 37. 2nd overall was Grant Park’s Trey Boecker with a 38 followed by IW’s Tyler Read 40, Milford’s Adin Portwood 41, and Watseka’s Lathan Bowling 41. Other scores for IW were Kyler Meents 42, Collin Tilstra 46, Evan Izquierdo 47, Kamden Kimmel 48, and Gannon Schnurr 54.
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|Mini Corn Dogs|