The Weekly Roar
By: Katelyn Holets
The performances for the spring play The Star Witness were on Friday April 21 and Saturday April 22. It was an amazing performance and had a great turnout. Congratulations to the seniors for a smashing final show!
This year Prom will be on May 6th, 2017 at the Hotel Vetro in Iowa City. The theme for this year will be Paris. Also transportation will be provided to and from the dance by Windstar Charters. There will be a formal meal from 7:00- 8:00 p.m. and a DJ from 8:00-11:00 p.m. After the dance the students will be brought back to the school. Post Prom will the follow the dance. Prom tickets will be on sale Friday April 28th from 7:30-8:15 a.m. outside the High School Office. The final ticket price is $65 per person. If this time does not work please contact Brandy Jennett at 319-491-6966 to coordinate an alternate time or for any further questions. Just a reminder that Prom is in 3 weeks!
The nutrition department has conducted a survey with the help of our Lisbon INC crew asking student what they would like to eat for breakfast at school. The results have shown that our students would like to have more of their favorite breakfast items offered daily. Some of the options can include more biscuits and gravy, more muffins, more yogurt parfaits, more breakfast sandwiches, and more healthy donuts.
The School will be hosting a blood drive next Thursday April 27 from 2:45-6:00 p.m. in the High School cafeteria. If the school meets its goal for amount of blood donated, the school will receive $250 that will help fund training for the AED trainers. To sign up please call or email Julie Light, RN at 455-2659, ext. 236 or email@example.com. You can also sign up at bloodcenterimpact.org and look for the Lisbon Blood Drive. By donating you can help save 3-4 lives, you get to relax for a little while, and get a snack when you are done.
Track and Field
The boys had a great meet at Mid-Prairie last Thursday night. Brett Givens won the Long Jump. Justin Clarke and Aaron Venenga both had prs in the shot put. The sprint medley relay team of Hasselmann, Bova, Arwine and Langhurst set a pr and finished 1st. 4×800 relay of Jennett, Kilburg, Siebrecht and Krob ran a season pr to finish 1st. The distance medley relay team of Bova, Arwine, Butteris and Bahl ran a 3:38.68 which currently sits them 18th in the whole state and may qualify for Drake Relays, our best time in the dmed last year was at state and it was a 3:38…great run for the middle of April, boys! Jake Jennett and Cooper Siebrecht finished 1st and 2nd in the open 800. Thatcher Krob finished 1st in the 1600. 4×100 relay team of Hasselmann, Bova, Langhurst and Butteris ran a 44.71 which should be good enough to qualify them for the Drake Relays at the end of April. The 4×400 relay team of Langhurst, Arwine, Bahl and Butteris finished 1st. The boys finished a close 2nd to Mid-Prairie by 11 points. Great job boys!
On Friday April 21 Sydney Bedell, Silas Young, Tanya Mallie, Kaitlyn Kerslake, Ryann Fall, and Austin Soukup traveled to the Tri-Rivers Art Festival and competition at Springville High School. All of the students did very well.
Some advice for students taking the ACT would be to bring proper writing utensils, snacks, water, and a calculator for the math portion. Get plenty of rest and make sure to eat a good breakfast to help wake your mind up for the big test. Also make sure to study before you go and take the test!
On Monday the boys varsity golf team competed in the Irish Invitational at Valley Oaks Golf Course in Clinton. The team received a score of 431 for an 18 hole course. They finished fourth in the seven teams that played for the day. Keegan Brayton finished with the best score of 100 for the team. Sam Hendricks finished with a score of 109, Traysen Schaefer finished with a score of 111, Max Abodeely finished with a score of 111, Conner Miller finished with a score of 112, and Brayton Fry finished with a score of 136. Great job boys!