Morning Announcements: Wednesday, Nov. 20th

Good Morning Bobcats!!!


Fact of the Day:  Did you know that Benjamin Franklin suggested the turkey as the official United States bird?

Today honors a long list of professionals who keep schools running smoothly. They include all secretaries, classroom aides, cafeteria workers, maintenance workers, bus drivers and the others that support educators, school leadership, and the students, too. These professionals do their part in making public schools great for every child so they can be safe, learn, grow and achieve.  Happy National Education Support Professionals Day!

The COU Student Council still has green light bulbs for sale. Singles are $5 and Doubles $10


There’s only one week left to match the Bobcat babies to their correct person.  Enter and  you might win a Thanksgiving gift bag filled with goodies!

Friday night the Student Council will hold their annual Lock-In.  We will start decorating right after school and should be finished by midnight!  Hope to see you all there!

It’s time for 2 Truths and a Lie.  How well did you know Mrs. Staley?  If you answered #3 as her lie, she met Elvis Presley, you were correct.  That is a lie.  Our lucky winner is 4th grader, Hailey Jensen.  You may come to the office and claim your prize.


Today we are featuring Ms. Christiansen, 2nd grade teacher.   How much do you know about her?  Can you guess which of these statements is her LIE? 1. My house was hit by a tornado when I was in high school.

2.  I wanted to be an Olympic gymnast when I was young.

3. The Harry Potter books are my favorite series.


If you think you know which statement is not true about Ms. Christiansen, submit your answers to the container in Kim’s Office but you MUST HAVE your name and grade level on the answer!!  A winner will be announced tomorrow.


For lunch today is: Turkey, Dressing, Potatoes, gravy, green bean casserole, roll & dessert.

Breakfast for tomorrow is:  Scrambled eggs and a muffin

Lunch for tomorrow is:  Hot dog on a bun, baked beans, chips, and mandarin oranges.