What's happening this week?
December 18, 2014
|Friday, Dec. 19:
| NO SCHOOL DECEMBER 22-JANUARY 2
|Monday, Jan 5:
|Tuesday, Jan. 6:
||Hot Dog or Polish
|Wednesday, Jan. 7:
|Thursday, Jan. 8:
HAVE A TERRIFIC CHRISTMAS BREAK AND WE WILL SEE EVERYONE BACK ON MONDAY, JANUARY 5TH!
|SPEECH AND DRAMA SCHEDULE
|Fri. Jan. 9:
|Fri., Jan. 16:
|HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL SCHEDULE
|Sat., Dec. 20:
||Highwood vs. Roy/Winifred (H) 3:30GJV/5:00 1/2 game BJV/6:00GV/7:30BV (please note time changes)
|Fri., Jan 2:
||Highwood vs. Box Elder (H) 4:30GJV/6:00GV/7:30BV
|Sat., Jan 3:
||Highwood vs. Centerville (H) 3:30GJV/5:00BJV/6:00GV/7:30BV
|HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING SCHEDULE
|Fri, Sat., Dec. 19-20:
||CMR Holiday Classic (Varsity)
|Sat. Dec. 20:
||Great Falls High School (Jr. Varsity)
|Sat., Jan 3:
This year's Christmas Concert, Thursday, Dec. 18th, will feature some "song and dance" from the animated movie Frozen (yes, the kids are excited -- it is going to be a lot of fun!). We will provide Nordic-style felt vests for all students to go over their concert clothes. Students can wear plain colored turtlenecks or mock-turtlenecks or similar simple Nordic-style clothes. **Your students are welcome to wear Scandinavian heritage costumes as well. Hats or heavy clothes might be too hot on stage. Please contact Mr. Wilson if you have any questions (733-2081, email@example.com).
YEARBOOKS ARE HERE!!
The 2013-2014 yearbooks are now available! Stop by the school office to purchase your copy! Cost of the yearbook is $25.00.
COLD WEATHER CLOTHES
Just a reminder, now that cold winter is upon us, to send your children to school dressed appropriately for colder weather. A winter coat, snow pants, gloves, a hat and snow boots help your children have a more comfortable and enjoyable recess and provide extra safety during travels or an emergency. Thanks!
The Smithsonian students will be having their silent auction and bake sale during the Saturday, December 20th home basketball game. This is a great opportunity to complete your Christmas shopping while supporting the trip to Washington D.C. and other points on the eastern seaboard.
RIVALS STATE CHAMPTIONSHIP SHIRTS
Just in time for Christmas, Universal Athletics will have Rivals 2014 State Championship shirts available beginning next week. If you would like to see the design feel free to stop in to Universal or email Mr. Gondeiro at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will get back to you. Thanks and congratulations again Rivals!
FOOD BANK NEWS
For the month of January only Food Bank will be on the 4th Thursday instead of the 3rd Thursday. The date will be January 22nd. Times will still be 3:30 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Mike Lee, son of Rick and Janet Lee, is marrying Bridget Bruggeman on December 27th in Tell City, Indiana. As a show of love from Highwood, I am planning on mailing a box of wedding cards for Mike and Bridget to open when they open their gifts. If you’d like to send a wedding card and maybe your 2014 family Christmas photo, a box will be set up in the school office. Jayne Plouffe will collect them and get them sent off in time for the big day. The family hopes to have a Montana reception for the couple next summer.
PRAISE WORSHIP SERVICE
The monthly Praise & Worship service at the Highwood Community Methodist Church will be held on January 11 at 6:00 P.M. All are invited.
The High School youth group will be sponsoring a blood drawing on January 15, in the school cafeteria from 2:30 P.M.- 6:30 P.M. You can call to set up a time or just stop in. The need for blood is constant and you can help. Call Susie Ripley (733-6251) for more info.
READY FOR AN ADVENTURE?!
Sign up for the next Spanish trip to Peru – 2016. For further information, or to sign up, visit www.eftours.com & use tour # 1626990CN, or contact Kerri Hiatt @ email@example.com or (406) 788-4428. Highlights include Machu Picchu & Lake Titicaca…it’s even more fun to visit them to say them! There is a $200 discount on the program price for those signed up by this December 31st, with an additional $100 ‘scholarship’ for the first 6 students (from both Highwood & Belt) to sign up. Signing up requires a non-refundable $95 deposit.
SPANISH LESSONS AT THE PEAK
A trip to Peru would be even more fun for adults if you spoke some Spanish! Here’s an opportunity you shouldn’t pass up!
‘Hola’ is hello, ‘Adios’ is goodbye, Spanish is fun, so give it a try!
Beginning Spanish is returning to The Peak. This is wellness for the brain, Amigos! Whether you’re planning a trip to Mexico, trying to communicate with your Hispanic in-laws, or just want to challenge your brain, this is the perfect environment to learn. Participants will learn basic communication skills and cultural nuances in a variety of methods and activities.
Class is every Tuesday evening, starting:
February 3rd – March 24th, 6:30 – 8:00pm
For more information or to sign up, contact the Concierge at 476-7852.
Members $99 or $150/couple
Non-members $120 or $175/couple
The Peak, 1800 Benefis Court, Great Falls