News for Today

Our Just Shave It event is this Saturday, March 3rd at 5:00 pm at North High school. There are many ways to get involved to help fight the WAR on pediatric cancer! Sign up to raise money and have your head shaved, donate your hair, volunteer at the event, or bring your permission slip and $10 tomorrow to the front foyer and get a gold hair extension placed in your hair to support Cal’s Angels! Check your email for more information!

6th graders attending the WEB Game night, please meet in the 6th grade gym foyer by 3:35.  Make sure your ride is picking you up at the 7th/8th grade building.

Good morning Art Club! We are meeting today!! See you after school!!

Builder’s Club will be meeting tomorrow morning, March 1st in Mrs. Brewick’s room in the 6th grade center from 7:45-8:15.

TSA will be meeting on Thursday, from 3:40 to 4:25 to build their Eggcellent safety chambers.  If you didn’t make it to the last meeting there’s still time to get in on this activity.  We’ll be in room 146 of the 7 8 building.

A message from Craft Club: Due to popular demand, we will continue our chains this week. Don’t forget to bring your current project on Thursday.

Culinary Competition Students - Reminder that we will be meeting at 1:00pm on Friday this week at St. Charles East High School for a tour of the kitchens and a preview of Saturday’s event.  Please arrive to St. Charles East by 9:00am on Saturday.  Please email a copy of your recipe with your name on it today if you would like to have it included in the recipe book on Saturday. Mrs. Schmidt

Thank you Thompson students and staff for supporting the Student Council Food Drive.  Together, we donated 991 pounds of food.  This donation equates to 825 meals that benefit our friends and neighbors.  A special thanks to team 7-3, who donated over 300 items.

At the beginning of the year, we asked students to wear school IDs during the school day.  All of you were provided with an ID and a lanyard.  Beginning next Monday, March 5th we will be requiring students to visibly wear their IDS.  Doing so serves two purposes:

1. In an emergency situation, we may need to communicate with students we are not familiar with.

2. Students visibly wearing their ID makes it easier for school staff to directly connect with individual students.

If you need a replacement ID, at the 7/8 center stop by the main office and at the 6th grade center stop by the LRC.