Daily Announcements

1. Today’s lunch menu: Corn Dogs, French Fries, Mandarin Oranges 

2. Spring sports awards are on Monday, June 4th at 7:00 PM in the high school gym. 

3. Football Players: There will be a brief meeting at 11:35 AM in Mr. McCulley's room A144. 

4. Attention all baseball players. We will have jersey turn in immediately after school today. Please have your jersey washed. We will meet at the field to pick up equipment first, and then go to the elementary gym to turn everything in. 

5. If any library books are not returned today, you will be charged for them. 

6. The Summer Driver’s Ed class list is posted in the commons. It is noted on that listing if you need bus transportation for the class. There will not be any bus transportation on the first two days (June 4 & 5). 

7. We received an overshipment of yearbooks, so extras are available for sale - Get them through Mrs. Kimmes or through the office. $60. 

8. All pans, ice cream and syrup in the Foods Lab student fridge must be taken today or it will be tossed. Please do not put things in it today. 

9. Aurora Health Care will be providing sports physicals on Tues, June 26 from 12:30-2:30 at the Reedsville clinic. There is a $25 fee, which will be donated back to RHS. Parents/guardians must call the school office at 754-4341 to schedule an appointment. 

Have a great summer!


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Reedsville High School and District Office
340 Manitowoc Street
Reedsville, WI 54230
(920) 754-4341 FAX (920) 754-4344

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