A wonderful Wednesday at VMS
VILONIA MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
MENU: Chicken/Cheese Crispitos, Salad, Fruit Cocktail, Juice/Milk
Beef Nachos, Pinto Beans, Deiced Peaches, Cowboy Cookie, Juice/Milk
Chicken Tender Flatbread
When attending home football games you are expected to stay on the home side of the stadium, you are not allowed to bring food into the stadium, and you are not allowed to leave the stadium without paying to renter. Student and adult admission is $5.
Reminder: If you have forgotten something (lunch, uniforms, PE clothes, backpacks, etc) at home and you think someone has brought it for you, please come to the office to check, we will not call you for it.
If you are in ICU be sure and fill out your lunch slip first thing in the morning. Be sure and pick your lunch up in the ICU room (even if you completed your assignments). If you filled out a lunch form you MUST go to ICU room to pick up. If you have detention and ICU on the same day, you must go to detention.
As flu season approaches please be sure to wash and sanitize hands often, especially before eating. J
2ND CHANCE BREAKFAST: 7th grade @ 9:10 and 8th grade @ 10:15
Bus notes need to be turned in to the office FIRST thing in the morning.
Eagle tattoos will be on sale during lunches on Mondays and Thursdays. The tattoos are $1 each and they are the ONLY tattoos that can be worn at school.
We have 6 copies of the 2015 yearbook on sale for only $15. This would be when you were in 5th and 6th grade. First come, first serve. Bring money to Mrs. Dow asap!
9th Annual Chili Cook-off will be held Thursday, November 3rd from 5-7pm. Adults $5 and Children $3. Silent Auction will end at 6:30 p.m.
Parent teacher conferences will be Tuesday, October 25, and Thursday, October 27, 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
VMS Red Ribbon Week 2016
Monday-”Band Together Against Drugs”. Wearbandanas
Tuesday-”Red Out”. Wear all red.
Wednesday-”Make Drug Abuse Disappear”. Wear camo clothing.
Thursday-”Too Bright For Drugs”. Wear sunglasses and neon clothing.
Friday-”Put a Cap on Drug Abuse”. Wear hats or caps.