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Daily Announcements
Nancy Mesenburg
Friday, October 04, 2019

      St.  Paul High School and Junior High

Friday, October 4,  2019


Breakfast menu for Monday is: WG cereal bar, yogurt, fruit, juice and milk.

Lunch menu:  Chicken sticks, mixed vegetables, veggie tray, juice, pineapple

Alternate lunch choice:  Chef salad, turkey wrap or uncrustable PBJ (place order in office before 9:00am)

Cafeteria Monitor:  Mr. Fair                                                Parking Lot:  Mr. Springer




  • 1. ANY SOPHOMORE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING EHOVE next year should see Mrs. Pertner before the end of the day.
  • 2. JUNIOR HIGH ACADEMIC CHALLENGE PRACTICE will be held today during lunch.
  • 3.BLESSING OF PETS will take place this afternoon. Follow a regular Friday schedule through the end of 4th period.
  • 4.HOMECOMING DANCE tickets are on sale in the office for $10/ticket.  Guest dance forms are also available.
  • 5.SATURDAY SCHOOL will be with Mrs. Swiger.  Please use the Main St. entrance.
  • 6.MANDATORY PRE-ID SESSION FOR STUDENTS TAKING THE PSAT is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 10 beginning promptly at 7:25 AM in the Social Hall.  All sophomores and juniors who are signed up to take the PSAT must attend this session.  Please see or email Mrs. Smith ASAP if you have a scheduling conflict.
  • 7.PSAT testing will take place on Wednesday, October 16.  Teachers, a list of students who will be testing has been emailed to you.  These students will be absent 1st period thru 5th period.
  • 8.Dress code for Spirit week Oct. 7-11:  (Any shoes and accessories are permitted)

5th period:  12:24 – 12:56

6th period:  12:59 – 1:32

7th period:  1:35 – 2:08

8th period: 2:11 – 2:44

Blessing of animals in the Convo parking lot.  All staff and students should attend.

 Monday – Pajama Day (flannel pants)

Tuesday – Frat Day (backwards ball cap, khaki shorts, untucked polo shirt)

Wednesday – Western Day

Thursday – Costume Day (no weapons, no blood, school appropriate)

Friday – Flyer shirt and jeans (no rips/tears/holes in jeans and no tank tops)