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Wood River Rural Schools Announcements
The volleyball team will be playing in the St. Cecilia Tournament on Tuesday, September 30 and Thursday, October 1.  Click here to view the tournament schedule.
Schedule changes for upcoming softball games:
- GINW JV/Var Double Header has been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 30th.  Games will be at George Park and are 5:00/6:30
The next Post Prom meeting will be Wednesday, October 1, at 7:00pm, in the Wood River High school commons area. 
Attention Seniors! Below is a list of colleges who are coming to visit YOU!  Be sure to check back often, as more will be added to the list.            
              October 2nd - Doane
              November 12th - Fort Hayes
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On Saturday morning, the Eagle marching band will be participating in the Harvest of Harmony parade in Grand Island.  Come out and cheer on our musicians....they have been working hard, and sound great!  They will step off at 8:30am, and will finish the parade route at approximately 9:00am.  Ahead of them in the parade, will be our own Miss Wood River, Jessica Moss.  NTV will be broadcasting the Harvest of Harmony parade, beginning at 8:00am that day, so be sure to watch for our Eagles in action!  Click here for the parade route and a schedule for the day
On Saturday, October 4, the JH volleyball teams will be playing in the St. Cecilia tournament, beginning at 10:00am.  Click here for the tournament brackets.
It’s time for a “Pink Out!”  The Post Prom Committee is selling t-shirts that can be worn to Pink Out events.  Wear your shirt to the Softball game, October 6; Cross Country Meet, October 7; Football Game, October 17; and the Volleyball game, October 23.  All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirts will benefit the Grace Foundation.  The Grace Foundation was born from the need and desire to help local cancer patients and their families in their fight with this deadly disease.  Show your support for local families who have been affected by cancer.
Strengthening Families 12-16 starts October 6th!  This series will be held on Mondays and Thursdays, beginning October 6th, and will be held at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 1515 South Harrison St. in Grand Island.  This is a 7 week course and it meets 2 times a week.  Time for each session: 5:30-8:00 p.m.  This program is designed for parents and their children ages 12-16.  Free child care will be provided for children under the age of 12.  The Strengthening Families Program includes a free meal, as well as the educational programming for parents and youth.  This program includes 7 weeks/two times a week for 2 1/2 hour sessions, and we request that you attend all sessions.  Participants will only be allowed to miss a maximum of 3 sessions. Please click here to view the flyer and registration form.  All participants must pre-register.  This program is offered by the Grand Island Substance Abuse Coalition. 
 
The Cross Country team has shirts that were left from the Fun Run in August. They are selling them for $10 each; if you are interested, please contact Mrs. Wiseman.  Click here to view the shirt design.
The basketball team will be selling several spirit wear items throughout the year.  Stop by and see them at home football & volleyball games to purchase your hats, scarves, and ear warmers!  Click here to view  samples and the order form.
The Music Department is working to create many opportunities for students to be a part of extracurricular activities to enrich their schooling experience, their music experience and their lives. In order to help compensate for this, the Music Department is needing to raise funds by working some concession stands of JH & JV games. If you or your child could please help in the concession stand during any of these events (beginning Sept 15), it would be greatly appreciated. Click here to download the sign up form, and to view all of the details.  You can also email sdaws@wrrsd.org or bwiebebrown@wrrsd.org to sign up. We really appreciate your help and the students will be benefitting greatly from your efforts!

Sharing the Wood River Elementary School Weekly Newsletter:  Beginning Friday, September 19, we will begin sending the newsletter to families electronically by email. If you would like to receive a newsletter hard copy please let the school know at 308-­583­-2525 or by emailing Mrs. Dibbern at ldibbern@wrrsd.org.

Interested in owning a Kimball Organ? Here's one for FREE! You move it, you keep it! 
Contact: Lou Ann Heermann at 308-384-9301 in Alda.  Click here to view a picture of the organ.
From the School Nurse...Now is the time of year that illness becomes more active.  I would like to remind all parents and students of our School Health Policy regarding fever and/or vomiting.  The policy states that the child is not to return to school until they are fever free and/or not vomiting for a 24 hour period.  Their temperature should be normal without the aid of Tylenol or Motrin for that 24 hour period.
  Want another way to show your school spirit?  You're in luck...the PTO is selling Eagle flags and lunch totes this fall.  Lunch totes are $10 each.  Flags are $15 each, and would look great at your home or business!  Flags can be purchased at home volleyball and football games, in person with Brenda Codner at the High School, or by returning the attached order form to either of the school offices. Click here to view the order form and a sample of the designs.
Thanks to Jim Skeen, Wood River fans are again able to watch games via online streaming video. Click here for the link to watch live games, or replay past events. Go Eagles!!

MIDDLE SCHOOL FUNDRAISER - Attention Wood River patrons!  Thanks for your efforts in helping with the collection of box tops and bar codes.  You were able to make a difference in providing additional learning experiences for our Middle School students.  We are asking again for your help and support.  We will be sending in Box Tops for Education at the end of October, so if you have anything collected over the summer, make sure you get it to Mrs. Mead or the office.  Thanks for your help.  You do make a difference!!  The following items listed are what we are collecting this year, which can be turned in for money or educational equipment.

1.     General Mills Box Tops for Education

2.     Best Choice bar codes

3.     Tyson Foods Project A+ Label

4.     Land O Lakes milk, chocolate milk, and orange juice gallon caps with the “Save Five for Schools” sticker on it

5.     Campbell Soup (bar code and Campbell Soup Kid)

Wood River’s School Improvement Goal: 
All students will demonstrate an increase in reading proficiency in grades K-12. 
To accomplish our goal, all students will increase vocabulary knowledge in all curricular areas.
 

The Wood River Rural School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, activities or employment practices.  Anyone having questions regarding compliance with Title VI, Title IX, or Americans with Disabilities Act or Section 504 may contact the Superintendent of Schools.

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