Daily Bulletin

Each morning a daily bulletin is read before the Pledge of Allegiance. It includes what you see below, as well as a different Words of Wisdom for each day. We cannot display the Words of Wisdom because of copyright.

“A Bridge to Success for Every Student”

Good Morning Haller Middle School. 
Today is Wednesday, January 22, 2020. 

National Blonde Brownie Day on January 22 recognizes a treat often referred to as blondies. Blonde brownies are similar to the traditional brownies known almost everyone. In place of cocoa, brown sugar is used, giving it a sweet-tooth-satisfying molasses flavor! Most people like to add white chocolate or chocolate chips to their blonde brownies or other things like nuts, toffee or butterscotch.

Your lunch menu today is: Corn Dog or Hot Dog, Chili and Cheese

Happy Birthday today to: Annabelle S
Be sure to stop by the office and receive your Birthday treat from Ms. Melissa or Ms. Jonna

Hawk Happenings:

Attention all ASB Block Reps- there will be an ASB meeting 7th period on Thursday January 23 in the library.

This Friday, January 24th American Sign Language Club will meet after school in the library. ASL meets from 2:35 to 3:30…..be sure to have your ride arranged to pick you up at 3:30.

This week’s SOARS Nominees are being recognized by the Special Ed Department for being “Organized and Prepared”:

8th grade: Grace Oman
Grace is awesome. Not only does Grace organize herself, but she also helps organize her classroom, her teacher, and her fellow students, and she does so with a smile. When Grace sees something that needs to be done, she does it without being asked, and without expecting anything in return. Grace is, quite simply, one of those students that many teachers would like to clone.

7th Grade: Kali Davis
Kali is an organized student who comes to class prepared to work. She keeps track of her own assignments, and she makes the time to help other students find their missing items. Kali somehow manages to stay calm and collected even in the middle of chaos, and her presence is deeply appreciated in class.

6th Grade: Emily Smith
Emily is neat and precise with almost everything she does. She keeps track of her assignments and turns them in on time, she keeps her binder clean and organized, and she approaches the teacher to make up missing work after absences.

The choices you make today shape your world tomorrow.