CN Jr/Sr HS WeAreOne
January 19, 2018
The term "first 100 days" typically refers to the first hundred days in the first term of a President of the United States. The 100 days tradition is rooted in the start of FDR’s presidency in 1933. The state of the nation was dire and the nation wanted bold action. What followed was the rapid enactment of laws that changed the scope of the federal government.
Over time, the first 100 days has entrapped every succeeding president, often to their dissatisfaction. John F. Kennedy expressed his frustration it in his first minutes in office. In his Inaugural Address he cautioned that his agenda “will not be finished in the first 100 days … but let us begin.”
Reaching the 100th day of school is a reason to celebrate and provides a springboard for learning for the rest of the school year! The first hundred days of the 2017-18 school year is not the end of our story, it’s the end of the beginning of the year. Our work in the first 100 days does not doom us to failure or guarantee our success. It’s a time to build on the positive relationships we’ve established, reflect on the goals we set at the beginning of year, and build on the momentum we’ve created to finish the year strong, as one!
100 Cougar Cards in 1 Day!
Dress Like You Are 100 Years Old! Remember, keep it a secret & surprise the kids!
100 Item Donation to the Food Pantry
100 Day Student Celebrations
Officer Worman would also like to give our staff a shout out. Friday an officer, not in uniform, was visiting the athletic department and entered the building through Door 10 after notifying David. After his visit, he called Dave to report that 3 staff members stopped him in the hallway and asked if he needed help finding something. He said that's was exactly what should have happened and praised our staff. Never be afraid to do this. Great job!
1/20 - Sr High Semi-Formal
1/22 - Get School Tour (this event has been rescheduled until March)
1/31 - County Spelling Bee
2/1 - Jr/Sr HS Mad Ants Honor Roll Trip
2/1 - FFA Fish & Tenderloin Fry
Click on the link below for this week's athletic events: