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March 18th, 2019

    

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Eat Breakfast at School!         

Mornings can be really crazy…the alarm doesn’t go off…the kids don’t want to get up…there’s no time to eat breakfast before the bus comes…or they’re just not ready to eat. Or maybe your teenager grabs a can of soda and a candy bar on the way to school. If this sounds like your house, we have good news for you.

Breakfast is served in all our schools! Serving lines open approximately 30 minutes before the start of school. School breakfast will energize your child’s day and provide them with a healthy start. A nutritious breakfast helps students be more alert so they can learn more in class, and has plenty of vitamins and nutrients for a strong and healthy body.

Breakfast at school is affordable, too. If you qualify for free and reduced price meals, you also qualify for the breakfast program, with no additional paperwork. You can’t find a healthy breakfast at such a low cost anywhere else.

So help your child start the day right with school breakfast!

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, March 18, 2019

Today’s events:
• Student/Faculty ballgame – alternative schedule
• 3rd quarter student success rewards during lunches
• “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign begins
• 6:00 p.m. 7th/8th grade basketball awards banquet at Wick’s pizza in New Albany

• The Junior Bulldolls Dance Team will be having tryouts on Fri., April 19th from 5-7 PM and on Sat., April 20th starting at 9 AM. The tryout location will be Scribner’s gym. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page @JuniorBulldolls for more information!

• The library will close today at 1:00 p.m. 6th and 7th period library workers should report to the office. Teachers, please do not send students to the library after 12 p.m.

• There is NO girls’ tennis practice today.

• This year for Pennies for Patients we raised a total of $2,405.27! That is amazing! Because of all of your efforts, some people who suffer from leukemia and lymphoma will be able to have better treatments. The money we raised also goes for helping to find a cure! I am so proud of all of you that helped. I can’t wait to see everyone at the game this afternoon and announce the overall winner and winner from each grade level!

• It’s track season! For boys AND girls track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1st is the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5. please have a ride here at 5! Make sure you have your physical on file! Please see Ms. Dennehey if you still need to sign up, get any forms, or have any questions!

• Hazelwood’s Intramurals will begin on Monday, April 1 after school until 4:45 in the gym. You DO NOT have to have a physical on file to participate. Come and play basketball, volleyball, kickball, or dodgeball after school and encourage your friends to join you. You must be a Hazelwood 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grader to participate and you MUST have tennis shoes to play. Sit in the bleachers until Mrs. Kiesler arrives…you should NOT be up running around or you will be asked to leave. You must have a ride to pick you up at 4:45. Schedules will be passed out on the first day. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Kiesler in room 270!

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.
• Registration is now open for Floyd County Swim Club. The summer swim kickoff event is at Bearno’s pizza in New Albany on April 6th from 1-3 p.m. There will be free t-shirts (while supplies last) and free pizza! Look on the ledge outside the office for flyers with more information.

• Tomorrow is the first day of Spring Break. Have fun and stay safe! We’ll see you back on Monday, April 1st!

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, March 15, 2019

Today’s events:
• 9:00-4:00 LAST DAY of the scholastic book fair!
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 7:00 Dr. Dolittle (performers and crew should be here at 5:30)
• LIP SYNC BATTLE – alternative schedule today
• First Washington, D.C. payment of $200 and DC agreement due TODAY

• Students, don’t forget that we DO have school on Monday, March 18th! It is a snow make up day.
• Due to Dr. Dolittle being cancelled last night, there is now a matinee on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. Performers should be here by 9:30 a.m.

• Have you ever thought about being in yearbook? Will you be in 7th or 8th grade next year? If so, pick up a yearbook application with Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or in the front office. Applications for the 2019/20 yearbook and newspaper staff are to be turned in to Mrs. Mayer by TODAY, March 15th.

• Reminder that TODAY is the last day to turn in Pennies for Patients money!! Will your class come out on top? Find out Monday at the student and faculty basketball game! Remember even if you are not the top earning class, if you are the top class from your grade level your class will get to pick an adult to perform during the halftime show! Good luck!

• The Junior Bulldolls Dance Team will be having tryouts on Fri., April 19th from 5-7 PM and on Sat., April 20th starting at 9 AM. The tryout location will be Scribner’s gym. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page @JuniorBulldolls for more information!

• It’s track season! For boys AND girls track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1st is the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5. please have a ride here at 5! Make sure you have your physical on file! Please see Ms. Dennehey if you still need to sign up, get any forms, or have any questions!

• Hazelwood’s Intramurals will begin on Monday, April 1 after school until 4:45 in the gym. You DO NOT have to have a physical on file to participate. Come and play basketball, volleyball, kickball, or dodgeball after school and encourage your friends to join you. You must be a Hazelwood 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grader to participate and you MUST have tennis shoes to play. Sit in the bleachers until Mrs. Kiesler arrives…you should NOT be up running around or you will be asked to leave. You must have a ride to pick you up at 4:45. Schedules will be passed out on the first day. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Kiesler in room 270!

• The 3rd quarter student success celebration will be Monday, March 18th, during your lunch time right outside of the cafeteria. The PTO will be giving candy bars to those students who earned A’s and B’s. Congratulations on all of your hard work!

• During lunches on Monday, March 18th, we will be kicking off our “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign. Last year, students wrote over 300 notes to teachers and staff in our building to say thank you for all of the amazing things they do. This year, our goal is 400! Pick up a paper (or a few) to say thank you to the special people in the building who have made a difference to you. The week after Spring Break, we will continue the campaign. You will be able to pick up papers and turn them in to the box on the ledge outside of the office. The deadline is Friday, April 5th. The PTO will give your notes to teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week in May.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• THIS week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by the end of the day TODAY.

• Registration is now open for Floyd County Swim Club. The summer swim kickoff event is at Bearno’s pizza in New Albany on April 6th from 1-3 p.m. There will be free t-shirts (while supplies last) and free pizza! Look on the ledge outside the office for flyers with more information.

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, March 14, 2019

Today’s events:
• March Madness Spirit Day!
• 9:00-4:00 Scholastic Book Fair
• 2:15 Tornado Drill
• 3:45-5:15 Tennis practice – meet at the tennis courts
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 4-5:00 Swim team party
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• Mr. Zimmerman’s classes are swimming today
• Dr. Dolittle opening night! Actors/tech crew/etc. be here at 5:30.
• 6:00 Bridge to Success family night in the cafeteria
• Report cards go home in 7th period
• Have you ever thought about being in yearbook? Will you be in 7th or 8th grade next year? If so, pick up a yearbook application with Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or in the front office. Applications for the 2019/20 yearbook and newspaper staff are to be turned in to Mrs. Mayer by tomorrow, March 15th.

• Reminder that TOMORROW is the last day to turn in Pennies for Patients money!! Will your class come out on top? Find out Monday at the student and faculty basketball game! Remember even if you are not the top earning class, if you are the top class from your grade level your class will get to pick an adult to perform during the halftime show! Good luck!

• The Junior Bulldolls Dance Team will be having tryouts on Fri., April 19th from 5-7 PM and on Sat., April 20th starting at 9 AM. The tryout location will be Scribner’s gym. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page @JuniorBulldolls for more information!

• It’s track season! For boys track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1st is the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5. please have a ride here at 5! Make sure you have your physical on file! Please see Ms. Dennehey if you still need to sign up, get any forms, or have any questions!

• Hazelwood’s Intramurals will begin on Monday, April 1 after school until 4:45 in the gym. You DO NOT have to have a physical on file to participate. Come and play basketball, volleyball, kickball, or dodgeball after school and encourage your friends to join you. You must be a Hazelwood 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grader to participate and you MUST have tennis shoes to play. Sit in the bleachers until Mrs. Kiesler arrives…you should NOT be up running around or you will be asked to leave. You must have a ride to pick you up at 4:45. Schedules will be passed out on the first day. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Kiesler in room 270!

• The 3rd quarter student success celebration will be Monday, March 18th, during your lunch time right outside of the cafeteria. The PTO will be giving candy bars to those students who earned A’s and B’s. Congratulations on all of your hard work!

• Join Dr. Dolittle and friends in their search for the great pink sea snail! Performances are tonight, Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 and Friday, March 15th at 7:00. Student tickets are $3 and Adult tickets are $5.

• During lunches on Monday, March 18th, we will be kicking off our “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign. Last year, students wrote over 300 notes to teachers and staff in our building to say thank you for all of the amazing things they do. This year, our goal is 400! Pick up a paper (or a few) to say thank you to the special people in the building who have made a difference to you. The week after Spring Break, we will continue the campaign. You will be able to pick up papers and turn them in to the box on the ledge outside of the office. The deadline is Friday, April 5th. The PTO will give your notes to teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week in May.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• THIS week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by THIS Friday, March 15th.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due THIS Friday, March 15th.

• Registration is now open for Floyd County Swim Club. The summer swim kickoff event is at Bearno’s pizza in New Albany on April 6th from 1-3 p.m. There will be free t-shirts (while supplies last) and free pizza! Look on the ledge outside the office for flyers with more information.

• Students, at dismissal you are NOT to run through the National Cemetery on your way home. Please remember to use the sidewalks that go around the cemetery instead.

• Today’s lunch:

Bosco cheese sticks
Appetizer sampler platter
Grilled BBQ chicken sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Cheesy stuffed baked potato
Chicken noodle soup
Beef burrito enchilada style
Spinach queso with chips

Hazelwood Announcements for Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Today’s events:

  • 9:00-4:00 Scholastic Book Fair
  • 3:45-5:15 Tennis practice – meet at the tennis courts
  • 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
  • 3:45-6:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast dress rehearsal
  • Robinson’s PE classes will be swimming today, Mr. Zimmerman’s classes will swim tomorrow
  • Have you ever thought about being in yearbook? Will you be in 7th or 8th grade next year? If so, pick up a yearbook application with Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or in the front office. Applications for the 2019/20 yearbook and newspaper staff are to be turned in to Mrs. Mayer by Friday, March 15th.
  • Reminder! You have just two more days to get in all your Pennies for Patients money! Winners will be announced Monday at the student and faculty basketball game. The top raising class will get an Olive Garden party and at the top classroom from each grade level will get to pick an adult to perform during the halftime show. Good luck and remember every penny counts!
  • The Junior Bulldolls Dance Team will be having tryouts on Fri., April 19th from 5-7 PM and on Sat., April 20th starting at 9 AM. The tryout location will be Scribner’s gym. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page @JuniorBulldolls for more information!
  • Congratulations to the swimmers on their second place win in the tournament last night! They swam their hearts out and came away with some top finishes! Kurt Geron brought home to first place finishes in the medley relay and the hundred I am as well is a close second and the 50 breast stroke! Our other ribbon qualifiers for the night were Peyton Lamb, Maria Faust, Clara Bishop, Mary Alstott, and Emily Castellanos! Congratulations on an incredible season swimmers, And best of luck to our eighth graders moving forward! This is a reminder to all swimmers that the end of year celebration will be tomorrow after school from 4 to 5. Please bring three dollars for pizza. See Coach Johnson if you have any questions.
  • March madness spirit day is tomorrow, Thursday, March 14th. Don’t forget to wear the gear of your favorite basketball team!
  • It’s track season! For boys track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1stis the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5. please have a ride here at 5! Must see Ms. Dennehey in the beginning of your lunch period in the cafeteria.  Make sure you have your physical on file! Ms. Dennehey will have some forms in the cafeteria as well as a sign up sheet. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Dennehey.
  • Hazelwood’s Intramurals will begin on Monday, April 1 after school until 4:45 in the gym.  You DO NOT have to have a physical on file to participate.  Come and play basketball, volleyball, kickball, or dodgeball after school and encourage your friends to join you.  You must be a Hazelwood 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grader to participate and you MUST have tennis shoes to play.  Sit in the bleachers until Mrs. Kiesler arrives…you should NOT be up running around or you will be asked to leave.  You must have a ride to pick you up at 4:45.  Schedules will be passed out on the first day.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Kiesler in room 270!
  • The 3rd quarter student success celebration will be Monday, March 18th, during your lunch time right outside of the cafeteria. The PTO will be giving candy bars to those students who earned A’s and B’s. Congratulations on all of your hard work!
  • Join Dr. Dolittle and friends in their search for the great pink sea snail! Performances are Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 and Friday, March 15th at 7:00. Student tickets are $3 and Adult tickets are $5.
  • During lunches on Monday, March 18th, we will be kicking off our “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign. Last year, students wrote over 300 notes to teachers and staff in our building to say thank you for all of the amazing things they do. This year, our goal is 400! Pick up a paper (or a few) to say thank you to the special people in the building who have made a difference to you. The week after Spring Break, we will continue the campaign. You will be able to pick up papers and turn them in to the box on the ledge outside of the office. The deadline is Friday, April 5th. The PTO will give your notes to teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week in May.
  • 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.
  • Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.
  • Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year.  The Pup shop will close on May 24.
  • THIS week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by THIS Friday, March 15th.
  • The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due THIS Friday, March 15th.
  • Registration is now open for Floyd County Swim Club. The summer swim kickoff event is at Bearno’s pizza in New Albany on April 6th from 1-3 p.m. There will be free t-shirts (while supplies last) and free pizza! Look on the ledge outside the office for flyers with more information.
  • Students, at dismissal you are NOT to run through the National Cemetery on your way home. Please remember to use the sidewalks that go around the cemetery instead.

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Today’s events:
• 9:00-4:00 Scholastic Book Fair
• 3:15 Lip Sync battle rehearsal
• 3:45-5:15 Tennis practice – meet at the tennis courts
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-6:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – tech dress rehearsal
• 6:00 Clark/Floyd swim tourney at Highland Hills
• Have you ever thought about being in yearbook? Will you be in 7th or 8th grade next year? If so, pick up a yearbook application with Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or in the front office. Applications for the 2019/20 yearbook and newspaper staff are to be turned in to Mrs. Mayer by Friday, March 15th.

• Swimmers going to Highland Hills for the tournament today please meet in coach Johnson‘s room right after school. This is also a reminder to all swimmers that our end-of-the-year celebration will be Thursday from 4 to 5. Please bring three dollars for pizza.

• The Junior Bulldolls Dance Team will be having tryouts on Fri., April 19th from 5-7 PM and on Sat., April 20th starting at 9 AM. The tryout location will be Scribner’s gym. Check out their Facebook or Instagram page @JuniorBulldolls for more information!
• Mr. Robinson’s PE classes will be swimming Wednesday, and Mr. Zimmerman’s PE classes will be swimming Thursday.

• March madness spirit day is this Thursday, March 14th. Don’t forget to wear the gear of your favorite basketball team!

• It’s track season! For boys track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1st is the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5. please have a ride here at 5! Must see Ms. Dennehey in the beginning of your lunch period in the cafeteria. Make sure you have your physical on file! Ms. Dennehey will have some forms in the cafeteria as well as a sign up sheet. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Dennehey.

• Hazelwood’s Intramurals will begin on Monday, April 1 after school until 4:45 in the gym. You DO NOT have to have a physical on file to participate. Come and play basketball, volleyball, kickball, or dodgeball after school and encourage your friends to join you. You must be a Hazelwood 5th, 6th, 7th or 8th grader to participate and you MUST have tennis shoes to play. Sit in the bleachers until Mrs. Kiesler arrives…you should NOT be up running around or you will be asked to leave. You must have a ride to pick you up at 4:45. Schedules will be passed out on the first day. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Kiesler in room 270!

• The 3rd quarter student success celebration will be Monday, March 18th, during your lunch time right outside of the cafeteria. The PTO will be giving candy bars to those students who earned A’s and B’s. Congratulations on all of your hard work!

• Join Dr. Dolittle and friends in their search for the great pink sea snail! Performances are Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 and Friday, March 15th at 7:00. Student tickets are $3 and Adult tickets are $5.

• During lunches on Monday, March 18th, we will be kicking off our “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign. Last year, students wrote over 300 notes to teachers and staff in our building to say thank you for all of the amazing things they do. This year, our goal is 400! Pick up a paper (or a few) to say thank you to the special people in the building who have made a difference to you. The week after Spring Break, we will continue the campaign. You will be able to pick up papers and turn them in to the box on the ledge outside of the office. The deadline is Friday, April 5th. The PTO will give your notes to teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week in May.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• THIS week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by THIS Friday, March 15th.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due THIS Friday, March 15th.

• Students, at dismissal you are NOT to run through the National Cemetery on your way home. Please remember to use the sidewalks that go around the cemetery instead.

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, March 11, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice – tourney team only
• 3:45-6:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full makeup and hair
• 4:00 Girls Get IT in room 365

• Have you ever thought about being in yearbook? Will you be in 7th or 8th grade next year? If so, pick up a yearbook application with Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or in the front office. Applications for the 2019/20 yearbook and newspaper staff are to be turned in to Mrs. Mayer by Friday, March 15th.

• The Scholastic Book Fair starts today at noon in the library! After today, the book fair will be open every day from 9-4. Students may come down anytime on a pass from their teacher. Please remember that no hoodies, jackets, or backpacks are allowed in the book fair. Tell your family and friends to come in and shop, and don’t forget to pre-order your copy of the new Diary of a Wimpy Kid book, starring Rowley!

• Mr. Garcia’s classes will be swimming today, Robinson’s will be swimming Wednesday, and Zimmerman’s will be swimming Thursday.

• March madness spirit day is this Thursday, March 14th. Don’t forget to wear the gear of your favorite basketball team!

• It’s track season! For boys track grades 5th-8th Monday, April 1st is the first day of practice. Practice is from 4-5 please have ride here at 5! Must see Ms. Dennehey in the beginning of your lunch period in the cafeteria. Make sure you have your physical on file! Ms. Dennehey will have some forms in the cafeteria as well as a sign up sheet. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Dennehey.

• Congratulations to 7/8th grade orchestra and 7/8th grade band students! Both ensembles received SILVER ratings at the ISSMA orchestra competition this Saturday!

• The 3rd quarter student success celebration will be Monday, March 18th, during your lunch time right outside of the cafeteria. The PTO will be giving candy bars to those students who earned A’s and B’s. Congratulations on all of your hard work!

• Join Dr. Dolittle and friends in their search for the great pink sea snail! Performances are Thursday, March 14th at 7:00 and Friday, March 15th at 7:00. Student tickets are $3 and Adult tickets are $5.

• All participants in the lip sync battle need to have a brief meeting with Mrs. Johnson in room 263 at 3:35 this afternoon. If you have not turned in your information form, please bring it with you.

• During lunches on Monday, March 18th, we will be kicking off our “Attitude of Gratitude” campaign. Last year, students wrote over 300 notes to teachers and staff in our building to say thank you for all of the amazing things they do. This year, our goal is 400! Pick up a paper (or a few) to say thank you to the special people in the building who have made a difference to you. The week after Spring Break, we will continue the campaign. You will be able to pick up papers and turn them in to the box on the ledge outside of the office. The deadline is Friday, April 5th. The PTO will give your notes to teachers and staff during Teacher Appreciation Week in May.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.

• Congratulations to the following students who have won gift cards for NO INFRACTIONS, NO REFERRALS, AND NO OFFICE VISITS for the entire 3rd nine weeks!:

o 5th grade: Kaiden Hazel
o 6th grade: Joseph McQuirt
o 7th grade: Shelby Landrum
o 8th grade: MacKenzie Watson

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Congratulations to the swimmers on their last big win of the season on Thursday, March 7th!! They came away with some major accomplishments last night including first place finishes by Madagan Perry, Preston Blackman, Sheylin Christian, Tristan Mayrose, J’Quon Jones, and the free relay including Henry Hamilton, Kaleb Peck, Preston Blackman, Eli Garrison. The medley relay with Mary Alstott, Lila Waters, Peyton Lamb and Emily Castellanos took 3rd. Congratulations on a rock star season!

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• THIS week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by THIS Friday, March 15th.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due THIS Friday, March 15th.

• Students, at dismissal you are NOT to run through the National Cemetery on your way home. Please remember to use the sidewalks that go around the cemetery instead.

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, March 8, 2019

Today’s events:

  • 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
  • Tennis practice has been CANCELLED for today
  • Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!
  • 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.
  • Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.
  • Congratulations to the swimmers on their last big win of the season!! They came away with some major accomplishments last night including first place finishes by Madagan Perry, Preston Blackman, Sheylin Christian,  Tristan Mayrose, J’Quon Jones, and the free relay including Henry Hamilton, Kaleb Peck, Preston Blackman, Eli Garrison. The medley relay with Mary Alstott, Lila Waters, Peyton Lamb and Emily Castellanos took 3rd. Congratulations on a rock star season! Practice Monday for those headed to the tournament!
  • So far for Pennies for Patients we have raised a total of $1659.96! You still have one week, until next Friday to bring in your money for a chance to win an Olive Garden party and/or pick a staff member to perform in the halftime show. The weekly top classes are as follows:

5-Scott-$105 — 4-Offutt-$164.82 — 3-Riley-$184.71 — 2-Hovekamp-$225.07 — 1-Miller-$226.12

  • Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year.  The Pup shop will close on May 24.
  • Next week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by Friday, March 15th.
  • The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due next Friday, March 15th.
  • The Scholastic Book Fair starts on Monday, March 11th at 12 noon and runs through Friday, March 15th. There are lots of great books and gadgets to choose from, so be sure to tell your family and friends to come and shop! And… you can pre-order the new “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” book!

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, March 7, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast
• 6:00 Bridge to Success family night in the cafeteria
• 6:00 swim meet at home (at NAHS)
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Reminder to bring all of your Pennies for Patients down by the end of 7th period today! New weekly leaders will be announced tomorrow morning!

• Great job swimmers on your meet against Jeff last night. We came out with some incredible finishes last night including Eli Garrison, Kaleb Peck, Madagan Perry, Lila Waters, and Alyssa Berryman. Come support your swim team in their last regular season meet against Charlestown and New Washington at 6pm at New Albany High School.
Swimmers remember to meet in Coach Johnson’s room after school or be at New Albany by 4:30 for pictures before the meet.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball awards banquet is at Wick’s in New Albany at 6:00 on Monday, March 18th.

• Do the words birdie, par, or hole in one mean anything to you? If so, then you know it’s time for golf! Monday, April 1st is the first day of tryouts. They are from 4:00-5:30 at Cherry Valley golf course. There is a signup sheet in the front office. Make sure you have your physical on file! You will need your own golf clubs. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• Next week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by Friday, March 15th.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due on Friday, March 15th.

• The Scholastic Book Fair starts on Monday, March 11th at 12 noon and runs through Friday, March 15th. There are lots of great books and gadgets to choose from, so be sure to tell your family and friends to come and shop! And… you can pre-order the new “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” book!

• Today’s lunch:

Bosco cheese sticks
Appetizer sampler platter
Grilled BBQ chicken sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Cheesy stuffed baked potato
Chicken noodle soup
Build your own taco or burrito rice bowl
Mexican rice
Fiesta taco black beans

Hazelwood Announcements for Wed. March 6, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:00 play practice – full cast
• 6:00 swimming at Jeffersonville High School
• 7:00 Band concert in the auditorium
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Tonight is our PTO’s Texas Roadhouse fundraiser night! Stop by Texas Roadhouse to eat and tell them Hazelwood sent you!

• Congratulations to the swim team on their big win against North Harrison last night! Our first place finishers of the night Kaleb Peck, Peyton Clark, Lily Zirnheld, Mary Alstott, J’Quan Jones and Henry Hamilton! Major shout-out to Henry, he dropped 10 seconds off his 50 free time last night! Way to go swimmers! Reminder to swimmers, meet in Coach Johnson’s room after school if you are traveling to Jeff this afternoon. If you did not get a picture paper last night, be sure to swing by Coach’s room to have a copy for pictures on Thursday at 4:30!

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• Next week is our annual planner cover art contest! Please draw your original art on a piece of 8 ½ x 11 paper and put your name and grade on the back of the drawing, and turn it in to the office by Friday, March 15th.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due on Friday, March 15th.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations tonight at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• The Scholastic Book Fair starts on Monday, March 11th at 12 noon and runs through Friday, March 15th. There are lots of great books and gadgets to choose from, so be sure to tell your family and friends to come and shop! And… you can pre-order the new “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” book!

• Lip Sync Battle – Congratulations to our Lip Sync Battle Contestants. For the 5th Grade: Aden Mikel and Le’Roy Bishop and Trinity Turner. Our 6th grade Contestants are Kaitlyn Caffee and Kenny Watson. The 7th grade Contestants are Ava LaMaster and Savannah Landgraf. Last but not least, the 8th grade contestants are Journey Howard and JaMya Simmons. Remember to sign up to attend Lip Sync Battle from your Core + teacher for 25 Bark Bones. It is going to be an incredible show!

Candidates, please fill out the form you received yesterday and return it to Mrs. Johnson in room 263 by Thursday.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Gourmet cheeseburger
Buffalo chicken bites
Prime Time chicken sandwich
Taco Salad
Boom-boom chicken wrap
Build your own sandwich bar

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 play practice
• 4:00 PTO meeting in media center
• 6:00 swimming at home (at NAHS)
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Students, remember that your bark bones expire at the end of the year and do not roll over. Please use your bark bones before the end of the year. The Pup shop will close on May 24.

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due on Friday, March 15th.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations tomorrow, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• Lip Sync Battle – Can you outperform your teacher? Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn today! Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete. Come and join the fun on March 15! Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Appetizer sampler platter
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Chicken parmesan over pasta
Italian lasagna roll

The Book Fair is running from March 11-15.

We would welcome volunteers for any of the hours listed below. For any shift worked, volunteers will get $5.00 in free product! If they work all day, they will get $10.00 in free product!

If you would like to volunteer or have any questions, please contact Beth Wagner in the Media Center.

The Book Fair hours will be:

* Monday, March 11: 12-4
(We could use help on this morning for set-up)
* Tuesday, March 12: 9-4
* Wednesday, March 13: 9-4
* Thursday, March 14: 9-4
* Friday, March 15: 9-4

Beth Wagner
Hazelwood Middle School Library
812-542-3319
bwagner@nafcs.k12.in.us

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, March 1, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• Today is PTO Spirit day – it’s Dr. Seuss day in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Today is also Read Across America day!
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• The Washington, D.C. agreement and the first payment of $200.00 are due on Friday, March 15th.

• Thursday morning, a student dropped off a letter in the office, but we do not know who the student is. If you dropped off this letter in the office yesterday morning, please come by the office so we know who you are.

• Pennies for Patients weekly leaders are as follows:
5 – Benjamin – $79.25
4 – Miller – $134.60
3 – Hovekamp – $134.69
2 – Offutt – $141.77
1 – Riley – $184.71

Together, as a school, we have raised $971.32! That is amazing and I’m so proud! You have 2 more weeks, until March 15th, to raise money. Remember that the top class gets an Olive Garden party and the top class from each grade will get to pick an adult to perform during a halftime show during the student/faculty game on March 18th. Keep raising!

• Girls’ tennis starts Monday, March 4th in the gym from 3:45-5:30. Students will need to bring tennis shoes and your own racquet.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• Lip Sync Battle – Can you outperform your teacher? Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn today! Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete. Come and join the fun on March 15! Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Feb. 28, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• 6:00 Bridge to Success Family Night in the cafeteria
• 6:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball
• 7:00 7th/8th grade orchestra concert in the auditorium
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Girls’ tennis starts Monday, March 4th in the gym from 3:45-5:30. Students will need to bring tennis shoes and your own racquet.

• Teachers, please have your Pennies for Patients boxes brought down to Ms. Miller’s room before the end of 7th period today! This week’s leaders will be announced tomorrow morning.

• A wallet was left on bus 8-1. If you think it may be yours, please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• Tomorrow, March 1st, is our NEXT School Spirit fun day sponsored by the PTO! IT’S DR. SEUSS DAY! Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss Character to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday!!!
• Lip Sync Battle – Can you outperform your teacher? Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn today! Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete. Come and join the fun on March 15! Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

• Today’s lunch:

Bosco cheese sticks
Appetizer Sampler platter
Grilled BBQ chicken sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Cheesy stuffed baked potato
Chicken noodle soup
Cheese quesadilla
Frito Chili pie

Hazelwood Announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – Dolittle, Madeline, Polynesia, and Tommy
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice
• 6:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball

• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Girls’ tennis starts Monday, March 4th in the gym from 3:45-5:30. Students will need to bring tennis shoes and your own racquet.

• Wrestling team members, please turn your uniforms in to the office before the end of school today.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• This Friday, March 1 is our NEXT School Spirit fun day sponsored by the PTO! IT’S DR. SEUSS DAY! Dress up as your favorite Dr. Seuss Character to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday!!!

• The swim team had a tough loss against Highland Hills last night! They swam hard and put up a fight! Kurt Geron finished first in the 50 breast and the 100 IM. Lily Zirnheld, Kaitlyn VanWinkle, Natalie Smith and Tristan Mayrose finished first in their heats of the 50 free. Katelyn Lyles, Alyssa Berryman and J’Quon Jones finished second in their events. Great job to all swimmers. Don’t forget swimmers, we will have practice after school today!

• Lip Sync Battle – Can you outperform your teacher? Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn February 28. Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete. Come and join the fun on March 15! Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Gourmet cheeseburger
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Taco salad
Boom boom chicken wrap
Create your own hot dog bar

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, Feb. 26, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• 6:00 swim meet at home at NAHS
• 6:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball

• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Congratulations to the Scribwood swim team and a rock star win last night against West Clark! The following swimmers be there personal best times in their events and took either first or second in their heats J’Quan Jones, Katlyn Liles, Katlyn Vanwinkle, and Kaleb Peck!
Kurt Geron brought home 2 individual and one relay first place! Great job to all swimmers! Come cheer on the swim team tonight at New Albany for their meet against Highland hills!

• Wrestling team members, please turn your uniforms in to the office before the end of school tomorrow.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!
• Lip Sync Battle
• Can you outperform your teacher?
• Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn February 28. Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete.
• Come Join the fun!
• When: March 15
• Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Baked Italian rotini
Seasoned green beans

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, Feb. 25, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 6:00 Swim meet vs Silver Creek at NAHS
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• 6-9 Prodigy Volleyball
• 4:00-4:45 Girls Get IT in room 365

• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Congratulations to Caydence Johnson who represented Hazelwood at the ISSMA State Solo and Ensemble contest in Indianapolis this past weekend. Caydence received a GOLD on her solo. Way to go Caydence!

• Are you a 7th or 8th grade girl? Are you interested in computer programming? Join us today from 4:00-4:45 in room 365 for “Girls Get IT.” See Mrs. Kleczynski in room 365 if you have any questions. Our first meeting will be Monday, February 25th.
• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• Reminder that tomorrow you can buy Pennies for Patients items outside the library from 830-850! Flyers and rings are $1, bracelets are $2 and keychains are $3. All money will be written down and added to your Core+!

• Come to FCA in Mrs. Endres’ room on Tuesday mornings to learn how to be content with everything. We also have dancing and singing!

• Lip Sync Battle
• Can you outperform your teacher?
• Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. Winners will be drawn February 28. Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete.
• Come Join the fun!
• When: March 15
• Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Chef salad
Ranch turkey wrap
General Tso’s chicken
Teriyaki chicken with steamed rice

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, Feb. 22, 2019
Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• Student and Staff of the month nominations are due today to Mrs. Case, Mrs. Farnsley, or Mrs. Kiesler!
• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!
• Remember…all student and staff of the month nominations need to be entered by 12:00 today!
• Shout out to ALL participants in the 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show! Ja’Mya Simmons, William Ellenbrand, Nissa Abell, Mary Mingus, Martina Sanchez, Samantha Jones, Zoe Duncan, Avarey Kiesler, Ellis Gregory, Nate Adkins, Elizabeth Stacy, Trinity Turner, Tayler Turner, and Natalie Kennedy did an amazing job and were so entertaining to watch!
Congratulations to the swim team on another incredible win against Scottsburg last night. First place finishers of the night were Kurt Geron, Mary Alstott, and Alyssa Berryman! Peyton Lamb took second in the 50 breast and Eli Garrison picked up a third place and a perso5nal best. Many of the swimmers beat their personal best times including Logan Papp. Way to go swimmers!! See you Monday at New Albany no later than 5:30.
• So far we have raised $451.60 for Pennies for Patients! There are still three weeks left to donate. This weekend find creative ways to earn money: do chores, sell unwanted things, etc. The top 5 classes for this week are:
o 5 – Ms. Miller – $41.19
o 4 -Ms. Knight – $44.87
o 3-Ms. Scott – $55.00
o 2- Ms. Riley- $63.82
o 1- Ms. Hovekamp-$79.69
• Are you a 7th or 8th grade girl? Are you interested in computer programming? Join us on Monday from 4:00-4:45 in room 365 for “Girls Get IT.” See Mrs. Kleczynski in room 365 if you have any questions. Our first meeting will be Monday, February 25th.
• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!
• Lip Sync Battle
• Can you outperform your teacher?
• Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. You must have 25 Bark Bones to enter. Winners will be drawn February 28. Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete.
• Bark bones will not be charged to enter.
• Come Join the fun!
• When: March 15
• Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones
• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by TODAY to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.
• Today’s lunch:
Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Cobb salad
Chicken Caesar wrap
Fish sandwich
Texas BBQ pork on bun
Seasoned peas and carrots

Hazelwood Announcements for Thurs, February 21, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• 6:00 Bridge to Success Family Night in the cafeteria
• 6:00 Wrestling at home
• 6:00 Swimming at home (at NAHS)
• 6:30 Blue Carpet Talent Show in the auditorium

• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!
• In 1960, the survival rate for those with leukemia was only 14%. Today, it is over 60%! While that is a great increase, that number still need to be higher.
Listen tomorrow for the top 5 classes of the week for raising money for a cure! Tomorrow is also green and orange day. Wear green to show support for lymphoma patients and survivors or orange for leukemia survivors and patients.
Starting Monday, you will be able to purchase items in the hall outside the library from 830-850. The money will go towards your class. Items are limited and include flyers, brackets, rings, etc. Prices range from $1-$5.

• Are you a 7th or 8th grade girl? Are you interested in computer programming? Join us on Monday from 4:00-4:45 in room 365 for “Girls Get IT.” See Mrs. Kleczynski in room 365 if you have any questions. Our first meeting will be Monday, February 25th.
• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!
• Lip Sync Battle
• Can you outperform your teacher?
• Enter for a chance to compete in a lip sync battle with your teacher by placing your name in the correct grade level box in front of the office. You must have 25 Bark Bones to enter. Winners will be drawn February 28. Each grade level will have 2 students and 2 teachers compete.
• Bark bones will not be charged to enter.
• Come Join the fun!
• When: March 15
• Cost to attend: 25 Bark Bones

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by TOMORROW to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

Hazelwood Announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice
• 6:00 Wrestling at home

• Just a reminder: the Parkview Recreation Gym is open Monday and Wednesday nights at 6:00 p.m. for pick-up basketball. Griffin gym is open Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free!

• Are you a 7th or 8th grade girl? Are you interested in computer programming? Join us on Monday from 4:00-4:45 in room 365 for “Girls Get IT.” See Mrs. Kleczynski in room 365 if you have any questions. Our first meeting will be Monday, February 25th.
• The Blue Carpet Talent Show is tomorrow at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. It only costs $2. Lots to see- singing, instruments, dancing… even a circus act and duck calls! You don’t want to miss these amazing performances!

• Congratulations to the swim team on an incredible win against Corydon last night. Kurt Geron had 3 first place finishes, Peyton Lamb finished second in 2 events, Maria Faust had a third place finish, while Mary Alstott and Lila Waters brought home 4th place in their events. All swimmers gave it their all! Swimmers will have practice today as usual. Please support the team tomorrow night against Scottsburg at 6 at NAHS.

• Do you like to swim? The Riverside Aquatic Club is holding new team member evaluations on Wednesday, March 6th at Highland Hills Middle School between 5:30-7:00. Informational flyers are on the ledge outside of the office!

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22nd – that’s THIS Friday – to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Approximately every 9 minutes, someone in the US dies from a blood cancer. This statistic represents approximately 160 people each day or more than 6 people every hour. You are all doing wonderfully at raising money so far to help make the death rate lower and the minutes that those are lost further apart! Make sure to turn in money as often as you can and the first top 5 announcement will be made on Friday! Remember we are raising money for a good cause, but the top class also receives an Olive Garden party, and the top class from each grade will get to pick and adult to perform in the halftime show of the student/faculty game!

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, Feb. 18, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal
• 4:00-5:30 cheer practice
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice
• 4:00-5:30 5th/6th grade boys basketball practice
• 6:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball

Did you know that
• Approximately every 3 minutes one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer?
That’s why it is so important to listen to your Core+ teacher today as they will give you information on how we can help increase survival rates for those people who have leukemia or lymphoma! The top raising class will receive an Olive Garden party, and the top classes from each grade will get to pick a staff member to perform during a very entertaining half time show of the upcoming student and faculty basketball game!
Remember tomorrow is hat day. Wear a hat to show your support of our fundraising efforts!

• 7th graders, don’t forget to tell your parents that tomorrow night is the Washington, D.C. parent meeting! It’s at 6:00 in the auditorium. If you’re going to Washington, D.C. as an 8th grader, your parents should attend this meeting to get all of the information!

• Wrestling practice that was scheduled for today has been cancelled.

• The Blue Carpet Talent Show is this Thursday at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. It only costs $2. Lots to see- singing, instruments, dancing… even a circus act and duck calls! You don’t want to miss these amazing performances!

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22nd – that’s THIS Friday – to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Chef Salad
Ranch Turkey wrap
Japanese cherry blossom chicken
Egg rolls
Steamed white rice
Stir fry vegetables

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, February 15, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:00 Talent show rehearsal
• 4:00-5:30 5/6 grade boys basketball practice
• 7:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball

• Next week is Pennies for Patients spirit week! Monday is PJ Day (please remember to keep them school appropriate!), Tuesday is hat day, Wednesday is twin day, Thursday is super hero day, and Friday is orange and green day for Leukemia and Lymphoma awareness!

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Don’t forget that Monday, February 18th is a snow make up day, so we will be in school that day.

• The King and Queen of the court for each grade were crowned last night at the basketball game. Congratulations to our winners!
o 5th grade King Wyatt Blair and Queens Molly Neidiffer and Kaitlyn VanWinkle.
o 6th grade King Ray Rivera and Queen Mary Mingus
o 7th grade King Gavin Rand and Queen Kylie Mumaw
o 8th grade King Devin Rogers and Queen Neveah Akins

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• 6:00 5/6 boys basketball game at home
• No play practice
• No Bridge to Success family night
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be tomorrow from 3:45-5:00.

• Congratulations to the swim team on an incredible win over Jennings County in their first meet of the season. Kurt Geron took first place in 4 events, Peyton Lamb was first in the 100IM and the 50 breast! Mary Alstott earned a personal best in the 50 free. Amazing job to all swimmers! Keep up the great work!

• Next week is Pennies for Patients spirit week! Monday is PJ Day (please remember to keep them school appropriate!), Tuesday is hat day, Wednesday is twin day, Thursday is super hero day, and Friday is orange and green day for Leukemia and Lymphoma awareness!

• This is a reminder to ALL students who are participating in the talent show, we have our rehearsal after school on Friday in the auditorium until 5:00. Report directly to the auditorium as soon as the bell rings. Parents need to pick you up at door #3 at 5:00.

• For 5th grade queen, Kaitlyn Vanwinkle is in the lead with Molly Neidiffer a close second! Wyatt Blair has a solid lead for king. Mary Mingus has the lead for 6th grade queen, and Kaylinna Young is in second place. Ray Rivera is in 1st place for king, but Eric Endres is not far behind. In the 7th grade Kylie Mumaw is maintaining the lead with Chelsea Turner a close second. Gavin Rand is now in the lead for 7th grade king with Gage Stice moving into second place. Last, but not least, the 8th grade king race has Devin Rogers and Adonis McNeary battling it out for king. Nevaeh Adkins is still in 1st place for queen and Izzy Vittitow is in second. Today is the last day to vote for your favorite kind and queen during lunch. Tonight we will crown the grade level king and queen during the basketball game at 6:00. King and Queen candidates, please arrive no later than 5:45.

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Just a friendly reminder that if you are in need of school supplies, you can purchase them outside of the office in the gray machine. There are notebooks, mechanical pencils, gel pens, regular pencils, and erasers all for a dollar or less!

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast 
• 4:00-5:30 swim practice
• 6:00 wrestling at home

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be on Friday, February 15, 2019 from 3:45-5:00.

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Mr. Robinson’s PE classes will be swimming tomorrow. Don’t forget your swim gear!

• Student council will be selling candy grams for Valentine’s Day today and tomorrow for $1!

• Just a friendly reminder that if you are in need of school supplies, you can purchase them outside of the office in the gray machine. There are notebooks, mechanical pencils, gel pens, regular pencils, and erasers all for a dollar or less!

• For 5th grade queen, Molly Neidiffer is in 1st place over Alana Rodewig. Wyatt Blair is maintaining a solid lead for king. Mary Mingus has the lead for 6th grade queen, and Kaylinna Young is in second. Ray Rivera is in 1st place with Sage Fleenor close behind! In the 7th grade Kylie Mumaw is in the lead and Chelsea Turner is a close second! Gavin Rand and Gage Stice are tied for king. Last, but not least, the 8th grade king race has Devin Rogers in the lead for king, followed by Adonis McNeary. Nevaeh Adkins is in 1st place for queen, and Izzy Vittitow is in second! Don’t forget to vote for your favorite king and queen during breakfast or lunch. TOMORROW WILL BE DOUBLE VOTE DAY. The last day to vote is Thursday, February 14th. We will crown the grade level king and queen at the basketball game Thursday night.

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Appetizer Sampler Platter
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Build your own pasta bowl
Italian Vegetables

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, Feb. 11, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success program in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast 
• 4:00 – 5:30 swim practice
• 4:00-5:30 Cheer practice
• 4:00-7:00 Wrestling practice
• 4:00-5:30 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball practice
• 7:00-9:00 Prodigy volleyball

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be on Friday, February 15, 2019 from 3:45-5:00.

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• For 5th grade queen, Kaitlyn VanWinkle is in the top spot and Alana Rodewig is in second. Wyatt Blair is maintaining a sold lead for king. Mary Mingus has taken back the lead for 6th grade queen, but Kaylinna Young is a close second. DeMarion Roberts still has the lead for the king’s crown with Sage Fleenor in second. In the 7th grade, Chelsea Turner is is still leading the queen’s race with Emma Johnson in second. Gavin Rand is leading the race for king over Gage Stice. Last (but not least), the 8th grade king race has William Ellenbrand taking the lead over Adonis McNeary. Nevaeh Adkins is in the top spot for queen, but Izzy Vittitow and Addison Harvey are close behind!

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Chef’s salad
Ranch turkey wrap
Sweet Thai chili chicken

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, February 8, 2019

Today’s events:

• It’s the end of National Counselor’s Week, but we love our counselors all year round! Don’t forget to say thank you to your counselor today!
• Activity schedule today
• 12:00 Spelling Bee at NAHS
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria

• Mr. Zimmerman’s PE classes are swimming today!

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be on Friday, February 15, 2019 from 3:45-5:00.

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Team rosters have been posted for those who tried out for middle school baseball this week. Please check the lists on the window outside the office for your name! Your coaches will contact you soon. Congratulations!

• For 5th grade Queen, Kaitlyn VanWinkle is in the top spot and Alana Rodewig is in second. Wyatt Blair is maintaining a solid lead for King! Kaylinna Young has taken the lead for 6th grade Queen, but Mary Mingus is a close second. DeMarion Roberts still has the lead for the King’s crown, with Sage Fleenor in second. In the 7th grade, Chelsea Turner is still leading the Queen’s race with Emma Johnson in second. Gavin Rand is leading the race for king over Gage Stice! Last (but not least), the 8th grade King race has William Ellenbrand taking the lead over Adonis McNeary. Nevaeh Adkins is in the top spot for Queen, but Izzy Vittitow has moved into second place with only a two vote lead over Addison Harvey!

o Don’t forget to vote for your favorite King and Queen during lunch! Today is DOUBLE VOTE DAY, so every quarter vote counts double. We will crown the grade level King and Queen next Tuesday at the basketball game.

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019

Today’s events:
• Happy National Counselor’s week! We love our counselors, and we’re so grateful for all that you do for our Bullpup family! Thank you, Mrs. Yi, Mr. Elder, and Mrs. Pickerill!
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast and choreography
• 3:45-4:30 Student Council meeting in Mrs. Miller’s room
• 4:00-5:00 Campus Life in room 365
• 4:00-5:30 Swim practice
• 6:00 Bridge to Success Family night in cafeteria
• 6:00 Wrestling at home

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be on Friday, February 15, 2019 from 3:45-5:00.

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• The 5th grade queen race has Kaitlyn VanWinkle leading the race and Alana Rodewig in second. Wyatt Blair now has the lead over Preston Wint for king. Mary Mingus is still in the top spot for 6th grade queen, and Kaylinna Young has moved into second place. DeMarion Roberts has the lead for the king’s crown with Sage Fleenor close behind! In the 7th grade, Chelsea Turner is now leading the Queen’s race with Emma Johnson in second. Gavin Rand is leading the race for King over Gage Stice. Last but not least, the 8th grade king race has Adonis McNeary has taken the lead over Darrius Hickenbottom in second place. Nevaeh Adkins is in the top spot for queen with Addison Harvey close behind. Vote for your favorite during lunch in the cafeteria. Friday will be DOUBLE VOTE day – every quarter vote counts double! We will crown the grade level king and queen next Tuesday at the basketball game.

• Today’s lunch:

Bosco cheese sticks
Appetizer sampler platter
Grilled BBQ chicken sandwich
Hot and Spicy chicken sandwich
Cheesy stuffed baked potato
Chicken noodle soup
Build your own taco or burrito rice bowl
Mexican rice
Fiesta taco black beans

Hazelwood Announcements for Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019

Today’s events:
• Happy National Counselor’s week! We love our counselors, and we’re so grateful for all that you do for our Bullpup family! Thank you, Mrs. Yi, Mr. Elder, and Mrs. Pickerill!
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast and choreography
• 6:00 5/6 grade boys basketball game away at Silver Creek

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st at 6:30 p.m. The rehearsal will be on Friday, February 15, 2019 from 3:45-5:00.

• Student Council will meet in Ms Miller’s room this Thursday until 430. We have a lot to cover! Please plan to attend!
• The 5th grade Queen race has Molly Neidiffer leading the race over Maizy Smith.. Preston Wint has an 8 vote lead over Wyatt Blair for King. Mary Mingus is in the top spot for 6th grade Queen over Bella Roland. Sage Fleenor has the lead for the King’s crown with Ray Rivera close behind. In the 7th grade Kylie Mumaw is leading the Queen’s race with Chelsea Turner in second. Silas Ems is leading the race for King over Gage Stice. Last, but not least, the 8th grade King race has Darrius Hickenbottom in the lead with Devin Rogers is in second place. Ja’Mya Simmons has the top spot for Queen with Izzy Vittitow close behind.
 Today is DOUBLE VOTE day and every 25 cent vote counts double. Voting takes place during breakfast or lunch in the cafeteria. We will crown the grade level King and Queen next Tuesday at the basketball game.

• Middle school baseball tryouts for grades 7 & 8 will be held today from 7-8 in Scribner’s gym. Kids are to bring a glove and bat. If you do not have a glove or bat, one will be provided for you. Kids are encouraged to wear appropriate attire including protection. Shorts are fine to wear.

• A HUGE thank you to Paul Waters, Garth and other custodians, Ms. Miller, Ms. Meyers, & Dr. Waters for helping out with the Hearts and Heroes Dance on Friday night. It was a huge success thanks to you all!

• Our journey is almost over, so swing by Mrs. Mayer’s room, A154, by February 22 to order your yearbook. The cost is $30 or 250 bark bones.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Gourmet Cheeseburger
Buffalo chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Taco salad
Boom boom chicken wrap
Build your own sandwich bar
Fresh garden side salad

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – full cast & choreography
• 4-5:30 swim practice
• 4-5:30 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball practice
• 6:00 6th grade boys’ basketball game at home vs Parkview
• 6:00 7th/8th grade boys’ basketball game at home vs Parkview

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance THIS Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions! The deadline to purchase tickets has been extended until Thursday, January 31st.

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st.

• You only have one month to order your yearbook! You should have received an order form in your Core plus class. Return the form with payment to Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or order online at Jostenyearbooks.com.You can also buy a yearbook with 250 bark bones. See Mrs. Mayer if interested!
• Student council will meet in Ms Miller’s room tomorrow until 4:30.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head. Also, please remember that you are not to bring blankets to school with you. Please wear weather appropriate clothing!

• Voting for our annual homecoming fundraiser will start this Wednesday. Students can vote in the cafeteria during lunch for .25 cents a vote. We will crown a king and queen for each grade level which will take place on Tuesday, February 12 during the 5th and 6th grade boys’ basketball game. The nominees are:

5th grade –
Wyatt Blair, Jayleil Grant, Lincoln Stephens, Preston Wint
Molly Neidiffer, Alanna Rodewig, Maizy Smith, Kaitlyn VanWinkle
6th grade –
Eric Endres, Sage Fleenor, Ray Rivera, DeMarion Roberts
Haley Bowden, Mary Mingus, Bella Roland, Kaylinna Young
7th grade –
Luke Blair, Silas Ems, Gavin Rand, Gage Stice
Izzy Fenwick, Emma Johnson, Kylie Mumaw, Chelsea Turner
8th grade –
William Ellenbrand, Darius Lewis-Hickenbottom, Adonis McNeary, Devin Rogers
Nevaeh Adkins, Addison Harvey, Ja’Mya Simmons, Izzy Vittitow

Congratulations to our 2018-19 candidates!

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Appetizer Sampler Platter
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Meatball sub
Baked Italian rotini

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, Jan. 25, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 4:00-5:30 5th grade boys’ basketball practice
• 5:30-7:00 6th grade boys’ basketball practice

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st.

• All 5th and 6th grade girls’ basketball players please see Mrs. Duff in the office.

• You only have one month to order your yearbook! This week you will receive an order form in core plus. Return the form with payment to Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or order online at Jostenyearbooks.com. You can also buy a yearbook with 250 bark bones. See Mrs. Mayer if interested!
• Student council will meet in Ms Miller’s room NEXT Wednesday, the 30th until 4:30.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head. Also, please remember that you are not to bring blankets to school with you. Please wear weather appropriate clothing!

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Cobb salad
Chicken Caesar Wrap
Fish sandwich
Texas BBQ pork on bun
Seasoned peas and carrots
Mashed potatoes

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:30 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – Full cast & choreography
• 4-5 Campus Life in room 365
• 4-5:30 5th grade boys’ basketball practice
• 5:30-7 6th grade boys’ basketball practice
• 6:00 wrestling away at Silver Creek
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball away at Charlestown

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Teachers and Staff: iNow is acting up this morning. If you can’t post, please send your attendance down to Mrs. Duff.

• The talent show has been moved to February 21st.

• 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball teams are playing their last regular season game tonight at Charlestown. This is a “Pink Out” and anyone who plans on attending please wear PINK to support this. 7th grade game starts at 6 pm and 8th grade game starts around 7:15.

• You only have one month to order your yearbook! This week you will receive an order form in core plus. Return the form with payment to Mrs. Mayer in room 154 or order online at Jostenyearbooks.com. You can also buy a yearbook with 250 bark bones. See Mrs. Mayer if interested!

• Attention swimmers. There will be no more practices the remainder of this week due to pool maintenance. We will resume our regular practice schedule on Monday. Please be sure you have goggles for practice. Great first practice yesterday! See you Monday!

• Student council will meet in Ms Miller’s room NEXT Wednesday, the 30th until 4:30.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head. Also, please remember that you are not to bring blankets to school with you. Please wear weather appropriate clothing!

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019

Today’s events:
• High level intruder drill this morning!
• 3:45-6:00 Bridge to Success in the cafeteria
• 3:45-5:00 Dr. Dolittle rehearsal – SOLOISTS ONLY
• 4:00-5:30 Swim practice – see Coach Johnson in room 261 if you have any questions!
• 6:00 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball game away at South Central
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball game away at Seymour

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Student council will meet in Ms Miller’s room NEXT Wednesday, the 30th until 430.

• Attention all swimmers. Practice will begin today right after school. Please meet Coach Johnson in the hallway in front of the pool windows for a quick meeting before practice begins. Please remember you must have a physical on file in the office before you can get in the pool. We are looking forward to a rock star season! Practice will end at 5:30. Parents will need to pick you up no later than 5:45.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head. Also, please remember that you are not to bring blankets to school with you. Please wear weather appropriate clothing!

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Appetizer Sampler Platter
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Meat lover’s Stromboli
Cheese ravioli

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, January 18, 2019

Today’s events:
• No Bridge to Success after school today
• PTO sponsored Spirit Day – 100th day of school!
• PTO grade success recognition during lunch periods
• Student/Staff of the Month nominations due today to Mrs. Kiesler, Mrs. Farnsley, or Mrs. Case
• Academic Team signups are due today to Mrs. Kiesler

• Dr. Waters received more positive feedback about our awesome 8th graders! The message reads: I wanted to say thank you for allowing us to bring our Cadets to Hazelwood Wednesday for the 8th grade Military/JROTC presentation. The students were the most well behaved group of 8th graders that I have seen in my 12 years of doing presentations. I was so impressed with them that I have told everyone I’ve come into contact with. Thought you would like to hear how well they behaved and ask you pass this along to them. Thanks again. Master Gunny Akermon. Way to go, 8th graders! You continue to make Hazelwood proud!

• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice Tuesday, January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head. Also, please remember that you are not to bring blankets to school with you. If it is cold, please wear

• Don’t forget, there is no school on Monday, January 21st in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6 Bridge to Success in the café
• 3:45-5 Doctor Dolittle rehearsal – SOLOISTS ONLY!
• 3:45-5 Campus Life in room 365

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day this Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch this Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by this Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in – this includes airpods and other wireless earbuds. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Today’s lunch:

Bosco cheese sticks
Appetizer sampler platter
Grilled BBQ chicken sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Cheesy stuffed baked potato
Chicken noodle soup
Beef burrito enchilada style
Spinach queso with chips

Hazelwood Announcements for Wed, January 16, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6 Bridge to Success in the café
• 3:45-5 Doctor Dolittle rehearsal
• 6:00 7th/8th grade boys’ basketball away at South Central

• Mr. Robinson’s classes will be swimming today!

• New Albany High School is hosting its annual 8th grade parent night tonight, January 16 at 6:00pm in the NAHS auditorium. Go and check out some great programs and classes at NAHS!

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day this Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch this Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by this Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

Hazelwood Announcements for Tue, January 15, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6 Bridge to Success in the café
• 3:45-5 Doctor Dolittle rehearsal
• 6:00 Wrestling at Scribner
• 6:00 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball game at home
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball game at home

• Mr. Robinson’s classes will be swimming tomorrow, so don’t forget your swim gear!

• New Albany High School is hosting its annual 8th grade parent night tomorrow, January 16 at 6:00pm in the NAHS auditorium. Go and check out some great programs and classes at NAHS!

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day on Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch on Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Please do not bring blankets to school. If it is cold outside, you should be wearing a coat! Blankets are not allowed in school.

• Students, when leaving the building, please do not kick the doors open! You should also not open the doors so hard that they swing back and hit the wall or hit another person.

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, January 14, 2019

Today’s events:
• 3:45-6 Bridge to Success in the café
• 3:45-5 Doctor Dolittle rehearsal
• 6:00 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball game at home
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball game away at North Harrison

• Students, Dr. Waters received some positive feedback about our 8th grade boys’ basketball team! An 8th grade parent from another middle school called to tell us that our boys played with such good sportsmanship that our team was her son’s favorite team to play against this season! Because this player had such a positive response to our team, so did his mother! Way to go, team! Hazelwood is so proud of you!

• New Albany High School is hosting its annual 8th grade parent night Wednesday January 16 at 6:00pm in the NAHS auditorium. This is a chance for you to hear about programs and classes at New Albany High School, as well as meet several staff members, Please enter through door # 2 ( auditorium door). Doors will open at 5:45pm. Please bring your 2017 tax information and know your child’s social security number because there will be NAHS staff members available to assist you in signing up your child for the 21st Century Scholars Program.

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day on Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch on Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Please do not bring blankets to school. If it is cold outside, you should be wearing a coat! Blankets are not allowed in school.

• Students, when leaving the building, please do not kick the doors open! You should also not open the doors so hard that they swing back and hit the wall or hit another person.

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, January 11, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey – you even get a trophy! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office. Talent show deadline is today, Friday, January 11th! The entry fee has been waived – it’s FREE to sign up! Hurry up and get those entries in!

• 8th grade Parents: New Albany High School is hosting its annual 8th grade parent night Wednesday January 16 at 6:00pm in the NAHS auditorium. This is a chance for you to hear about programs and classes at New Albany High School, as well as meet several staff members, Please enter through door # 2 ( auditorium door). Doors will open at 5:45pm. Please bring your 2017 tax information and know your child’s social security number because there will be NAHS staff members available to assist you in signing up your child for the 21st Century Scholars Program.

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day on Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch on Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!

• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Please do not bring blankets to school. If it is cold outside, you should be wearing a coat! Blankets are not allowed in school.

• Students, when leaving the building, please do not kick the doors open! You should also not open the doors so hard that they swing back and hit the wall or hit another person.

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, Jan 10, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.

• Report cards go home in 7th period

• 4-5 Campus Life in room 365

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey – you even get a trophy! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office. Talent show deadline is this Friday, January 11th! The entry fee has been waived – it’s FREE to sign up! Hurry up and get those entries in!

• PTO is sponsoring Spirit Day on Friday, January 18th for the 100th day of school. Dress as a 100 year old person or get creative!

• The Student Success Celebration for the second quarter will be during your lunch on Friday, January 18th. PTO will be passing out candy bars and coloring sheets outside the cafeteria to students with A’s and B’s. Congrats to all and keep up the great work!

• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first practice January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Gourmet cheeseburger
Buffalo chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Taco salad
Boom-boom chicken wrap
Build your own sandwich bar

The Friends of The New Albany-Floyd County Public Library has a book sale on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 9:00 – 1:00. Used hardback books are a $1.00 and paperbacks are 50 cents.

Hazelwood Announcements for Wed., January 9, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.
• 6:00 5th/6th grade boys’ basketball game at home
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls basketball game away at Scribner

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey – you even get a trophy! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office. Talent show deadline is this Friday, January 11th! The entry fee has been waived – it’s FREE to sign up! Hurry up and get those entries in!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ Monday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Gourmet cheeseburger
Buffalo chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Taco salad
Boom boom chicken wrap
Build your own sandwich bar
Fresh garden side salad

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.
• 4:00 PTO meeting in the media center
• 5:00 6th/7th/8th grade boys’ basketball game away at River Valley

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey – you even get a trophy! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office. Talent show deadline is this Friday, January 11th! The entry fee has been waived – it’s FREE to sign up! Hurry up and get those entries in!
• Any student interested in Swimming must have a physical by the first January 22 from 4-5:30. If you were unable to attend the meeting during core+ yesterday, please see Coach Johnson in room 261 to pick up information.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. (In order to attend this dance, you must have an adult who attends with you.) Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Today’s lunch:

Pepperoni calzone
Appetizer sampler platter
Chicken biscuit sandwich
Hot and spicy chicken sandwich
Spinach queso baked potato
Texas chili with cornbread muffin
Chicken parmesan over pasta
Italian lasagna roll
Fruit and vegetable salad bar

Hazelwood Announcements for Monday, January 7, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.
• 5:00 6th/7th/8th grade boys’ basketball game away at Charlestown
• 6:00 7th/8th grade girls’ basketball at home

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey- you even get a trophy! The deadline for entry forms and fee has been EXTENDED so that you can have a chance to decide what your talent is over Winter Break! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office.

• There will be a brief meeting for any student interested in the swim team at 3:30 this afternoon in the presentation room. Please only come to the meeting if you are truly interested in joining this amazing team!

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or your jacket over your head.

• Today’s lunch:

Wild Mike’s pizza
Grilled hamburger on bun
Chicken bites
Prime time chicken sandwich
Chef salad
Egg rolls
Hunan orange chicken with steamed white rice

Hazelwood Announcements for Friday, January 4, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey- you even get a trophy! The deadline for entry forms and fee has been EXTENDED so that you can have a chance to decide what your talent is over Winter Break! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office.

• Our next PTO school dance will be a Hearts and Heroes dance on Friday, February 1st in the gym. It will be a father and daughter and a mother and son or other important adult in your life dance. It’s an opportunity for you to spend time with someone special in your life AND hang out with your friends at a school dance. Tickets will be sold ahead of time for $5 each. Your ticket purchase will include a snack and punch. We will also have a professional photographer to take pictures for $10 each. Flyers will be going home in your 7th period class and need to be turned in to Mrs. Duff in the office with your money. Please see Mrs. Kiesler if you have any questions!

• Academic Team applications are on the ledge outside of the office. This year’s topic is the Fertile Crescent. All applications must be turned in to Mrs. Kiesler by Friday, January 18th.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or jacket over your head.

• New Albany High School is hosting a cheerleading clinic this Saturday, January 5th from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the NAHS auxiliary gym. This is for grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, and no experience is required. The cost is $30 per person if you pre-register, or $40 at the door (students who register at the door are not guaranteed to get a t-shirt!). All participants will get to perform during halftime at two basketball games! Flyers are on the ledge outside of the office.

Hazelwood Announcements for Thursday, January 3, 2019

Today’s events:

• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.

• 4-5 Campus Life in room 365

• 6:00 7th/8th grade boys’ basketball game at home

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey- you even get a trophy! The deadline for entry forms and fee has been EXTENDED so that you can have a chance to decide what your talent is over Winter Break! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office.

• Students, this is a reminder that once you are in the building, you are not to use your cell phone or have your earbuds in. You also should not have the hood of your hoodie or jacket over your head.

• New Albany High School is hosting a cheerleading clinic this Saturday, January 5th from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the NAHS auxiliary gym. This is for grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, and no experience is required. The cost is $30 per person if you pre-register, or $40 at the door (students who register at the door are not guaranteed to get a t-shirt!). All participants will get to perform during halftime at two basketball games! Flyers are on the ledge outside of the office.

• Today’s lunch:

Cheese quesadilla
Frito’s chili pie
Chicken noodle soup
Bosco sticks
Appetizer sampler platter

Hazelwood Announcements for Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Today’s events:
• PTO sponsored spirit day – “Grinch Day!”
• There is NO Bridge to Success program after school today.
• Activity schedule today

• NO 7th and 8th grade girls’ basketball practice for the rest of the year. Try to run or play some basketball over winter break and we will see you on January 3rd at 5:30, ready to practice, with a new attitude for 2019!

• Congratulations to Mrs. Offutt’s core plus class, who won the acts of kindness competition! Way to go, guys!

• All cheerleaders please come to the cafeteria after the announcements this morning to meet with the athletic director.

• Do you have a hidden talent? Can you dance, play an instrument, do amazing tricks? Are you a comedian, a juggler, or an acrobat? A funny skit or lip syncing is great too! This is the chance for you and your friends to get on stage and have fun at our 2nd Annual Blue Carpet Talent Show on January 24th at 6:30. Hey- you even get a trophy! The deadline for entry forms and fee has been EXTENDED so that you can have a chance to decide what your talent is over Winter Break! Entry forms and all information are on the ledge outside of the office.

• Every Monday through Friday during winter break from noon – 2:00 p.m. we will have a free lunch and a movie in the cafeteria! Come in through door 8 (next to the cafeteria). Tuesdays and Thursdays are open gym days! Families are welcome!

• New Albany High School is hosting a cheerleading clinic on Saturday, January 5th from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the NAHS auxiliary gym. This is for grades Kindergarten through 8th grade, and no experience is required. The cost is $30 per person if you pre-register, or $40 at the door (students who register at the door are not guaranteed to get a t-shirt!). All participants will get to perform during halftime at two basketball games! Flyers are on the ledge outside of the office.