- ANNOUNCEMENTS -
Make sure to click on the NEWS link above to see what exciting things are goingon at the high school.
FEBRUARY 20, 2017
If you have missed school due to illness and have been to the doctor, please remember to have the doctor’s office write you a note that you were seen for us to keep in your student file. Thank you!
Lunch cards: All students need to present their lunch card when getting lunch. Effective Wednesday, February 22nd, if you do not have your card you will not be allowed to receive seconds. "No card, no 2nds” You have a week to locate your card or ask for a replacement one to be made.
Annual Hoagie Sales will be February 14-28. Assembly & Delivery Date is Tuesday, March 14. Sales Record Sheets are available in the office and teacher sponsors are posted throughout the building.
REGISTRATION FOR 2017-18 COURSES THIS WEEK!
- We are starting registration on Wednesday during success! Please make sure you know what courses you should be signing up for. I have worked with most of you on 4 year plans by now (with the exception of half of the sophomores). If you need the plan, please come find me and I will help you register with your plan. THE REGISTRATION SHEET YOU RECEIVE ON WEDNESDAY WILL NEED TO BE SIGNED BY A PARENT!
- If you have not worked on your plan by the end of today with me, please come see me on Wednesday or during a study hall as soon as possible!
- If you are interested in the school to career program where you go work during the afternoon your senior year, you MUST have a conversation with Mrs. Hadden. She has applications that you will need to fill out in order to be accepted into the program.
- If you are registering for Choir, please check the list in Mr. Pedersen’s room so you know which one to sign up for.
National FFA week is this week! Duck hunt will begin tomorrow. If you find a picture of a duck, please return to Miss Mittag between classes or during success to receive a prize.
TRACK ORDERS: Here is the link for anyone who is interested in purchasing any track and field clothing. The link will be active until Feb. 27th. https://www.walloffame247.com/oa-bcig-high-school
Attention Freshmen and Sophomores:
We are working on forming a group of Freshmen and Sophomores to create an ISTEP (Iowa Students for Tobacco Education and Prevention) group. This group will form a committee to provide education to students and children in Ida County about the effects of tobacco. Here is a website providing more information https://www.iowastep.org/. Join our group to "Kick butts" and raise awareness of the effects of tobacco and health. This is a student led adult supported group supported by Tiffany (school nurse) and Mrs. Dooley. If you are interested in joining please, contact one of us and we will figure out meeting dates and time.
Kiwansis Spring Soccer Registration forms are available in the office. Register by March 1st.
Softball pitching and open cage:
Sunday, Feb. 26th @ 1:00
Red Cross Lifeguard Course:
There will be an informational meeting at the IGRC on Sunday, March 12th at 2:00 p.m.
DRIVERS EDUCATION INFO: The first session of drivers education is full. The total amount was due February 10th. There is a waiting so please pay any remaining balances asap. The following students are enrolled for the first session:
Van Dusen, Ahren
Students may now sign up for the summer session. Forms will be available in both the OA-BCIG MS and OA-BCIG HS offices. Students must have their driver’s permit before registering. A copy of the permit will be made when the student registers. The total fee is $350.00. A deposit of any amount must be made at the time of registration.
Chromebooks should be in your case at all times AND they should be carried at all times (no one should put them in a backpack). **ANY staff member can/will remind you of this.
Defacement of the case or device will result in a full replacement fine to the student/family. For example, if you have written on, or poked holes in your case (such as in the clear plastic where your case ID card is displayed) that is destruction of school property! Families will be notified and charged.
Any damage to your device or defects/problems with your case (such as a handle that has come un-sewed) needs to be turned in. If the issues are not dealt with then they could result in a fee back to you/your family. Please make sure you are reporting issues with your Chromebook or issues with your case so that Mrs. Weeda may get them fixed.
College Rep Visit:
Simpson College - Wednesday, February 22 at 1:30pm
Iowa Central Community College - February 27 at 9:00am
Northwest Iowa Community College - Wednesday, March 8 at 9:00am
LUNCH: pork patty/WG bun, broccoli w/cheese sauce, corn, pineapple, orange
Tuesday: crispito, lettuce, tomato, cheese, salsa, taco fiesta beans, Spanish rice, mixed fruit, apple
Wednesday: chicken nuggets, cherry tomatoes, peas, *salad bar, applesauce cup, orange
Thursday: hot ham & cheese, carrots, broc-caulif salad, strawberries & bananas, apple
- CONTACT INFO -
Mr. Patrick Miller, Principal
900 John Montgomery Drive
Ida Grove, IA 51445