Daily Bulletin


Friday, January 24th "A" Day

To The Staff: 

TODAY is payday! Please check on iVisions for your pay stub. 


There will be a Wrestling Dinner Auction tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 25th, at 6:00 pm at Still Water Hallow.  Please support them if possible. 


Next Week:  Super Bowl Mania Door Decorating Contest (judging on Thursday!) Potluck on Friday! 


Professional Development (NO SCHOOL) on Mon., Feb. 3rd 


Suicide Prevention Training Make-up Session in Library at 2:45 pm on Feb. 10! 


To The Students:       

TODAY’S ACTIVITIES:  Running with the Bulls Speech & Debate Tournament at Mtn. View High School 

Cheer to Tiger Rumble Spirit Jam at Jerome High School 

Dance at Rigby High’s Believe in Yourself Dance Comp 

Boys Basketball at Ridgevue High School at 4:30, 6:00 & 7:30 pm 


Sat., Jan. 25:              Running with the Bulls Speech & Debate Tournament continues at Mtn. View High 

Highland High School Cupids Cheerleading Challenge 

Dance at Rigby High’s Believe in Yourself Dance Comp 

Wrestling Dinner Auction at Still Water Hallow at 6:00 pm 


TODAY’s MENU:       Domino’s Cheese Pizza;  

Wiener Wrap; OR 

Fish Burger 


Thought for the Day:  Get all you can, save all you can, give all you can.”  --Charles Wesley 


Your opportunities for NCA Credit Recovery (time-for-time) is running out. The deadline to make up time for time for first semester is Jan. 31stTake care of it now – don't lose your credit! 


The average teen spends $1,100 on coffee per year. What’s $70 for a yearbook?  You only have one week left -- Get yours by next Friday! 


BPA will have a BPA lunch meeting on Tues., Jan. 28th, during lunch in Room #269. 


The lost & found cart has been moved from the office to the cafeteria.  If you have lost anything this semester, please make sure you check it out and see if it is there.  Please leave the hangers!  Small items, such as jewelry, keys, etc., should be asked for at the front desk.  All unclaimed items after Jan. 31st will be donated to Idaho Youth Ranch. 


Students, Remember the Bulldog Outlet student pantry/clothing closet is available for students who have a need.  The Bulldog Outlet is located in the Counseling Center.  It offers food, clothing, coats, shoes, hats, hygiene products like shampoo, deodorant, pads, tampons, and school supplies such as backpacks, pens, and folders to students who need these items.  Using the Bulldog Outlet is no cost to students and can be kept confidential.  Please come see your counselor if you or someone you know could benefit from a visit to the Outlet. 


FYI:  The back of the 200 & 250 buildings will now remain locked during the school day for safety reasons.  Please be aware of this and use the front entrances only! 


There is a new “Bulldog Shoutout” form security and administration will be issuing for students caught doing what is kind, resilient, focused or proud.  If you receive one of these “shoutouts” please return the form to the front office to be placed in a drawing. 


Now that our systems are back in place from our cyber attack, beginning Tuesday, February 4th, students need to have their ID cards with them to eat breakfast or lunch in our cafeteria.  If you lost your ID card, please come and get a replacement in the office for $5. 


Attention Foreign Language Society: There will be a meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 28, in room #201 right after school. One of our members, Giuliani Zevallos-Moore, will be presenting about the beautiful country of Peru. Be prepared to learn! 


Support mental health! Sources of Strength is raising money to help NHS students receive community counseling services outside of NHS. Coins for Counseling is a fundraiser during this week for all grade levels to participate in. You can add money to the buckets in the library. The class with the highest points wins!