Wynona News

Mike ErwinJournal-Capital

SCHOOL NEWS

Submitted by Superintendent Shelley Shulanberger

Farm To School was a very successful learning activity for the elementary students. We would like to thank Francis Quillin, Rachell Bates, Kaylee McCullough, Caitlin Ware, Becca Ware, Lucy Dryden, Linda Robinson, Kassidy Chouteau, Montana Patrick and Debbie Bennett for volunteering to help. It was a fun morning for the students!

The PTO will be selling carnations to be delivered at the school for Valentine’s Day. The carnations will come in white, pink, red and novelty. (Novelty will consist of peach, raspberry, canary, violet, orange or green.) Prices are: $3 for one, $5 for two, $7 for three, six for $12, 12 for $20 or 12 in a vase for $25.

Also, the senior class will be selling an Orange or Grape Crush can of pop and a box of conversation hearts for $3. To order, please contact the school or a senior.

Because of budget cuts Wynona Schools will be using the following policy from the Wynona policy book: “Wynona School District will provide transportation services to and from school for students in grades 1 through 12, whose homes are more than one and one-half (1 1/2) miles from the school attended by those students.” We are sorry for any confusion this has caused.

On Feb. 12, Wynona high school basketball teams will be traveling to Webbers Falls for district games. The girls will play at 6:30 p.m. and the boys play at 8.

Parent/Teacher conferences will be Feb. 9 and 10 from 4-7 p.m. Be looking for an appointment letter for the elementary. For junior high and high school, you can call the school.

We will not have school Feb. 15 as it is a scheduled snow day.

HELP KEEP IT CLEAN

It has been mentioned that people are throwing trash out of their vehicles, which is causing a lot of trash and debris on the streets in town. It is against the law to litter. So, if you see someone doing it, please ask them to stop!