All library books need to be returned by today.
The Chess Club will meet for the last time Thursday in Mrs. Romberg's room.
New student registration is taking place through Thursday.
Many volunteers still are needed to help with field day May 26. There are two sessions planned: from 9 to 11:40 a.m. for grades four through six and from 12:30 to 2:15 p.m. for grades one through three. For more information, call Mr. Withrow at 262-9006.
The school picnic will take place the last day of school, May 27.
The students and staff thank Soldotna Wells Fargo and the Soldotna Safeway for sponsoring Project Roadrunner. All first- through sixth-graders participated in this two-day event, which included tours of Safeway and Wells Fargo. Students learned about careers in banking, counting money, how fruits and vegetables get to Alaska and how to read food labels and make wise shopping choices.
Students raised approximately $6,000 for the new computer lab through Biomat sales. Top sellers were Colleen Lamb, first place; Ali Dusek, second place; Kylie Woodford, third place; Jessie Book, fourth place; and Erika Hoyt, fifth place. Top selling classes were Mrs. Rolph's fourth-graders and Mr. Gossard's third-graders. Mrs. Dusek's first-second grade was a close second-place finisher. Thank everyone who sold and bought biomats and to Mrs. Dombovy for coordinating the fund-raiser.
Fifth-grade teacher John Mills has been selected as a BP Teacher of Excellence.
The school has adopted the soccer field and plans to improve its condition. Donations of grass seed, fertilizer and lime would be appreciated. Individuals interested in helping with this project should contact Mr. Syverson.
The school also is accepting monetary donations for its new computer lab. Six computers remain to be purchased at a cost of approximately $1,000 each.
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