Be sure to visit our school website for more information about what is happening in our school, classroom websites and links to educational resources for students.
There will be a free sports physical clinic on Friday, August 26 after school. The student must be accompanied by a parent and have all paperwork completely filled out, including insurance information and health history. Please check with your coach or Nurse Greta to get your form. Here is the schedule:
3:30 – Boys basketball
3:40 – Cheerleaders
3:50 – Archery
4:00 – Soccer
4:10 – Baseball
4:20 – Softball
4:30 – Dance Team/Golf
4:40 – Anyone else not listed or couldn’t be here at their time
On August 25th the Dance Team will be holding tryout clinics in the gym from 5:30 – 7:00. All students in 5th thru 8th grade interested in dancing are welcome to attend. If you have questions, please contact Joni Winterland at 606-416-7256.
MyON is offering a summer reading contest. Every student who reads 10 or more books between May 23rd and September 2nd will be entered in a drawing for a free iPad Mini. The student in each category who reads the most books will also receive an iPad Mini.
PTA Officers for 2016 - 27
PTA NEWS - PTA would like to introduce the new officers for the 2016-2017 school year.
President – Jessica Hall
1st Vice President – Angela Dick-Patlin
2nd Vice President – Jeff Abshear
Secretary - Amy Perkins
Treasurer - Trudy Lonesky
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
PTA would like to encourage you to send in as many BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION and CAMPBELLS SOUP LABELS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. The PTA makes money from these labels. So please be aware and clip those labels for the PTA.
Information about mySchoolBucks
Welcome back! As your school's partner in managing school-related fees, mySchoolBucks gives you a quick and easy way to manage your student’s meal account. With mySchoolBucks you can ...more
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