Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Elem. Ethos 1/17/17

Entrance music:

Play this for the entrance music please


Good Afternoon Pirates

Be Respectful
Be Responsible
Be Ready

Week of 12/12
Next Monday
Next
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
23
Chicken Tenders,
Potato Smiles,
Orange Wedges,
Cookie

24
Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce,
Salad,
Garlic Toast,
Fruit Combo
-Salad
18
Egg Roll,
Fried Rice,
Pineapple,
Fortune Cookie
19
Biscuits & Gravy,
Corn,
Peaches,
cookie





Announcements from the Quarterdeck:

Student of the Month for January: Mrs. Martin and Angie

Kindergarten: Happy Belated Birthday Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream of a kinder more peaceful America. What is your dream?
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1st Grade:
Congratulations to these 1st graders for earning their Book It reading rewards!


2nd Grade: The second grade are finishing up clay sculptures in art. Reading and thinking about Martin Luther King Jr. and how we can accept people who they are and show respect to everyone. We are tying it into Kelso’s choices.
Juanito’s Hibernator!
Alaina’s Black Bear takes a long snooze for winter.

Brrr! It’s cold these days! In art class we talked about how Montana animals cope during winter and depicted one of
the ways they survive during a cold winter--hibernation. Great job 2nd grade!
-Mrs. Ogden
3rd Grade: The third grade class has been learning about measuring length, area, perimeter, and temperature! This week we will be learning more about weight! Fun Facts…
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4th Graders are experimenting with paper and styrofoam cup string telephones to discover how sound travels.



5th Grade:
Kudos to Daniel Crosbie, Spencer Gabbard and Abel Rowlan for competing in the Geo Bee and a big Congratulations to Jackson Landon for finishing in 3rd place!





Title I:  
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Mrs. O’Leary deposited $250 in Box Tops for Education money this week.  Keep up the good work students and teachers alike and keep bringing in the box tops.



Little Pirate Basketball will have their first ball game on Saturday night at the Victor vs. Darby game.  Players need to be here by 5:30 and ready to play.  Grades 2 and 3 will play the first game and grades 3 and 4 will play the second game


Pirate Drawing  


Entrance music:

January 17, 2017
 This week’s theme:
Fun & Excitement




Funny Pet Video (end 2:22)

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xTGsIHRIdA




From the galley:  



Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

17
Cheeseburger Pizza,
Salad,
Cottage Cheese,
Fruit
-Salad bar-
18
Egg Roll,
Fried Rice, Pineapple, Fortune Cookie
19
Biscuits & Gravy,
Corn,
Peaches, Cookie


Fun Fu

This week in Victor


Wednesday 18
  • Mr. Gulman's Birthday

Thursday 19
Friday 20
  • HSBB Vs Charlo (A) 4:00.  GBGB (Both JV play at the same time.  Bus leaves at 1:45
Saturday 21
  • HSBB Vs Darby (H) 1:00.GBGB




Congratulations to the students who competed in the National Geographic Bee, and to our Third place winner, Jackson Landon and Second Place winner Caleb Rosen (after a hard fought 35 rounds).
And to our school Champion, for the second time, Cassidy Alber!
Cassidy will soon take the qualifying test, and hopefully go on to State in April.
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Counseling Office News:  Boys State Applications are here. If you are a Junior who would like to attend Boys State, June 4th-June 9th, come pick up info in the counseling office. We have sponsorship paid for 2 candidates. Candidates would take their finals early and check out of school early to attend.
ATR Art Contest! “Bitterroot Valley Nature & Wildlife”.
Total of $3,000 in prizes. Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Entry deadline is March 31st
Consider entering the Claremont Review Poetry, Fiction and Art Contest for artists aged 13-19
See Mrs. Ogden to participate!




High School students, this is a great scholarship opportunity. The 9th Circuit Court is hosting an essay/video contest about Japanese Internment Camps and the current anti-Muslim sentiment occurring in our country.  Here is the link:


If you want more information, Mr. Arvish has several really good books about Japanese and Italian internment during WWII, and would be happy to discuss and share with you.

Due to subzero temps, Mrs. Taylor’s PE classes meet for health today in her room. We will have PE on Wednesday, if it ever warms above zero!

The Lone Rock Community Ski bus will be running
THIS SATURDAY: January 21st
COST:
Bus only: $5
Tickets 12 and under: $23 + 5 for bus = $28
TIcket 13 and up: $28 + 5 for bus = $33

Schedule: Leaves Lone Rock at 7:25am.  Leaves Cowboy Troy's at 7:50am.  Leaves LT at 4:15pm

Flier and release form (only needed one time per season) available from the Victor School office.

More info at Lone Rock Community Ski Bus facebook page or Lone Rock School (777-3314)

Will run every Saturday until the snow runs out or there is a lack of riders - whichever comes first!


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Sophomores and Juniors:
If you have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average at semester,  you will be invited to apply to the Victor Chapter of The National Honor Society.  You will be asked to list accomplishments in the areas of
1.  Co-curricular Activities
2.  Leadership
3.  Community Activities
4.  Work Experience, Recognition, and Awards

World History 5th period: You all need to come to class prepared, go to the bathroom and get your chromebook/notebook/pen before class starts. We’re going to spend class time studying, not leaving.

Other Announcements???????????
That was exciting and fun!

Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance:

Exit Music:

Monday, January 16, 2017

January 16, 2017


This week’s theme:
Fun & Excitement







Today is Martin Luther King, jr. day

A message from Coretta Scott King:


Why is the movement important?


There are events going on today and tonight in many communities, just do a search to find events in your area.



From the galley:  

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
16
Hamburgers,
Sweet Potato Tots,
Pickles
Fruit Cocktail.
17
Cheeseburger Pizza,
Salad,
Cottage Cheese,
Fruit
-Salad bar-
18
Egg Roll,
Fried Rice, Pineapple, Fortune Cookie
19
Biscuits & Gravy,
Corn,
Peaches, Cookie

The library is selling earbuds for $1.
Fun Fu


This week in Victor


Monday 16
  • Martin Luther King Day
  • National Geographic Bee 2:30 in the MSR
Tuesday 17
Wednesday 18
  • Mr. Gulman's Birthday


Thursday 19
Friday 20
  • HSBB Vs Charlo (A) 4:00.  GBGB (Both JV play at the same time.  Bus leaves at 1:45
Saturday 21
  • HSBB Vs Darby (H) 1:00.GBGB



Counseling Office News:  Boys State Applications are here. If you are a Junior who would like to attend Boys State, June 4th-June 9th, come pick up info in the counseling office. We have sponsorship paid for 2 candidates. Candidates would take their finals early and check out of school early to attend.
ATR, a Hamilton-based Technical Writing Firm is sponsoring their third annual Art Contest! This year’s theme is “Bitterroot Valley Nature & Wildlife”.
Total of $3,000 in prizes. Categories are Drawing, Painting, Sculpture--four awards in each category.
Prizes in each category: 1st $500, 2nd $250, 3rd $150, 4th $100. Awesome! Good luck, artists! ATR keeps the 1st Place winning art for their permanent art collection.
Entry deadline is March 31st


High School students, this is a great scholarship opportunity. The 9th Circuit Court is hosting an essay/video contest about Japanese Internment Camps and the current anti-Muslim sentiment occurring in our country.  Here is the link:




If you want more information, Mr. Arvish has several really good books about Japanese and Italian internment during WWII, and would be happy to discuss and share with you.


Due to subzero temps, Mrs. Taylor’s PE classes meet for health today in her room. We will have PE on Wednesday, if it ever warms above zero!


The Lone Rock Community Ski bus will be running
THIS SATURDAY: January 21st
COST:
Bus only: $5
Tickets 12 and under: $23 + 5 for bus = $28
TIcket 13 and up: $28 + 5 for bus = $33


Schedule: Leaves Lone Rock at 7:25am.  Leaves Cowboy Troy's at 7:50am.  Leaves LT at 4:15pm


Flier and release form (only needed one time per season) available from the Victor School office.


More info at Lone Rock Community Ski Bus facebook page or Lone Rock School (777-3314)


Will run every Saturday until the snow runs out or there is a lack of riders - whichever comes first!

Congratulations Victor BPA!  All of you made it to state!  


Results from BPA Regionals
Team Events
Broadcast News Team- Jamie, Jayce, Ali and Colt – 1st place
Animation Team- Jesse, Rowen, and Sophie- 1st Place
Economic Research Team-Krissy and Ellie 2nd place
Website Design Team- Sophie, Madison and Audrey-1st Place
Individual and Tested Events
Rowen Tracy
Extemporaneous Speech- - 1st place
Fundamental Word Processing- Mason Agee- 1st place
Bank and Finance- 6th place
Personal Financial Management-4th place
Management, Marketing and HR Concepts- 1st place
Financial Math and Analysis Concepts- 3rd place
Jack Powell
Management, Marketing and HR Concepts- 6th Place
Sophie Pearson
Fundamental Word Processing- 1st place
Website Design Team- 1st place
Jesse Pearson
Personal Financial Management- 3rd place
Elizabeth Madrigal
Advanced Word Processing- 3rd
Desktop Publishing- 4th
Summer Lee
Personal Financial Management- 6th place
Aliza Ives
Advanced Word Processing- 7th place
Gary Favaro
PC Servicing and Troubleshooting- 1st place
Information Technology Concepts- 2nd place
Mason Agee
Fundamental Word Processing- 7th
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Sophomores and Juniors:
If you have a 3.5 cumulative grade point average at semester,  you will be invited to apply to the Victor Chapter of The National Honor Society.  You will be asked to list accomplishments in the areas of
1.  Cocurricular Activities
2.  Leadership
3.  Community Activities
4.  Work Experience, Recognition, and Awards


Other Announcements???????????


Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance:


Exit Music: