The Skipper Scoop

Week of January 28th

SKIPPER NATION

It's going to be chilly week- Skippers please bundle up! The forecast for this last week of January looks like it will break wind chill records. Make sure to check the website, social media, and your Infinite Campus portal for school information as well as athletic schedules.


Have a great week and stay warm!

Mrs Rumbarger

Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

To celebrate MLK day last week , Mrs. Knight asked for volunteers to write and present a speech about unity. Maya Hess volunteered, wrote her speech, and read it at the Lake County Chapter of the NAACP's day of service and celebration at Morley Music Hall. Harding is so proud of you Maya, thanks for sharing your speech and helping to celebrate Dr. King. Her speech is linked below.


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1glZF8dnuNrccE1GliRF-VF1dgBuw9B64_f5Qsy1yO9A/edit

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Skipper's Just Run

Just Run will be held at McKinley Elementary from 3:30-4:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting in March. All students in the district are welcome to attend. Parents are encouraged to train with their students. Parents of PRESCHOOL students - if your child wants to run you must be present at practices with them. You can sign up as a volunteer. Volunteers who participate consistently (8 practices or more) will be provided with a race shirt and free race entry for the 5k! High school students will be granted service hours toward graduation by Mrs. Polak. Click on the link below for all the info you will need!
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Middle School News

Mrs. Messenger's future broadcasters are at it again. This is the best news cast yet! Follow the link

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HLYd7BKSxGVGdaYJgdNNXSYclFCdI8Hf/view?ts=5c4a68b3elow.

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