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Secondary
Spectrum


MAY
2011


M ission Statement 
 The
Grundy
Center
 Community
School’s
 “community”
will
empower
 its
individuals
with
the
 attitudes,
skills,
and
 knowledge
to
become
 responsible,
productive,
and
 fulfilled
citizens.


MAY
CALENDAR
OF
EVENTS
 Mon.,
May
2
–
6
–
MS
MAP
Testing
 Tues.,
May
3
–
PE
Leadership
Conference
in
Des
Moines
 Wed.,
May
4,
5:00
PM

‐
School
Board
Mtg.
 Fri.,
May
6
–
MS
TAG
to
Festival
of
Nations
 Fri.,
May
6,
4:30
PM
–
HS
Co‐ed
Track
Spartan
Invite
 Sat.,
May
7
–
State
Large
Groups
Vocal
&
Band
Contest
 @
State
Center
 Mon.,
May
9
–
2‐HOUR
LATE
START
(MS‐HS
10:05;
 ELEM.
10:15)
 Mon.,
May
9,
12:00
PM
–
Boys
&
Girls
NICL
Golf
(G
@
 Eldora;
B
@
East
Marshall)

 Wed.,
May
11,
11:15
AM
–
HS
Awards
Assembly
(Aud.)
 Wed.,
May
11,
6:00
PM
–
Athletic
Banquet
(Commons
 &
Aud.)
 Thurs.,
May
12,
4:00
PM

‐
HS
Co‐ed
District
Track
@
 Grundy
Center
 Thurs.,
May
12
–
Boys
Individual
Tennis
Districts
(TBD)
 Fri.,
May
13,
10:30
AM

‐
Boys
Sectional
Golf
@
Grundy
 Center

(T
&
C
Golf
Course)
 Fri.,
May
13,
4:30
PM
–
JH
NICL
Co‐ed
Track
@
Eldora
 Sat.,
May
14
–
Girls
Tennis
Regional
(TBA)
 Sat.,
May
14
–
Hershey’s
Track
&
Field
Day
(McMartin
 Scholarship
Fundraiser)
Ages
2‐14
 Mon,
May
16,
10:30
AM
–
Girls
District
Golf
@
Grundy
 Center
(T
&
C
Golf
Course)


Mon.,
May
16,
9:00
AM

–
Girls
NICL
Tennis
@
Waterloo
 Mon.,
May
16,
7:00
PM

‐
MS‐HS
Band
Concert
 Tues.,
May
17,
9:00
AM

‐
Boys
NICL
Tennis
@
Waterloo
 Tues,
May
17,
7:00
PM

‐
HS
Vocal
Concert
 Wed.,
May
18
–
Senior
Checkout
 Wed.,
May
18,
6:30
PM

‐
Baccalaureate
(Aud.)
 Wed.,
May
18,
7:30
PM

‐
Senior
Awards
Night
(Aud.)
 Thurs.,
May
19‐Sat.,
May
21
–
State
Track
Meet
@
Des
 Moines
 Thurs.,
May
19
–
Girls
Regional
Ind.
Tennis
 Fri.,
May
20,
9:30
AM

‐
Boys
District
Golf
@
Pheasant
 Ridge,
C.F.
 Sun.,
May
22,
2:00
PM

‐
Commencement
(HS
Gym)
 Mon,
May
23
–
Girls
Regional
Golf
 Mon.,
May
23
–
Boys
District
Soccer
TBA
 Tues.,
May
24,
7:00
PM

‐
MS
Musical
‐
“Beauty
&
The
 Beast”
 Thurs.,
May
26
–
HS
Trimester
Tests
 Thurs.,
May
26
–
7th
Gr.
to
Special
Olympics
@
Ames
 Thurs.,
May
26
–
8th
Gr.
Memorial
Day
Field
Trip
 Thurs.,
May
26,
6:30
PM

‐
Learning
Center
Graduation
@
 Western
Outreach
Center
 Fri.,
May
27,
10:15
AM

‐
MS
Awards
Assembly
 Fri.,
May
27
–
HS
Trimester
Tests
 Fri.,
May
27
–
Last
Day
of
School
–
11:00
AM
Early
 Dismissal
 Mon.,
May
30,
12:00
PM

‐
Spartan
Baseball
Invite



Notes from the Principal

High
School
Students
Computer
Turn‐in
Schedule
 Students
will
be
turning
in
computers
on
Thursday
and
Friday
May
26th
and
27th.

Students
 should
back
up
all
materials
they
have
saved
on
the
laptops
to
a
CD,
flash
drives,
to
the
web,
or
 portable
hard
drives
that
they
or
the
family
uses.

Students
must
turn
in
the
laptops
before
3:30
 on
Friday
May
27th.

Students
that
fail
to
do
this
will
have
the
laptop
reported
as
stolen
and
it
 will
be
turned
over
to
law
enforcement.

I
don’t
anticipate
having
to
do
this
but
wanted
to
let
 you
know
that
this
is
the
process
we
will
follow.


Seniors

 Seniors
have
a
busy
week
the
week
of
May
16th
with
athletic
activities,
fine
arts
activities,
senior
 breakfast,
Baccalaureate,
Senior
Awards
night,
and
finally
Commencement.

Please
check
the
 calendar
for
updates
and
times
of
the
various
activities
going
on
this
month.


Students
Will
Say
Good‐bye
to
Special
Teacher
 We
have
a
special
person
that
is
retiring
after
a
few
years
at
Grundy
Center
and
we
thank
her
for
 the
many
hours
she
has
spent
working
with
Grundy
Center
students.

Mrs.
Hosch
is
going
to
be
 spending
more
time
with
her
grandsons
and
less
time
reading
composition
papers.

Students
 have
said
many
times
that
she
was
the
reason
they
were
able
to
succeed
in
post
secondary
 writing
classes.

We
are
all
going
to
miss
her
and
wish
the
very
best
for
her.

Thanks
again,
Mrs.
 Hosch.


Juniors
Taking
Concurrent
Classes
 If
you
are
planning
on
taking
a
concurrent
class
(college
credit)
next
year
you
will
need
to
take
 the
Compass
test.
To
take
the
test,
you
will
need
to
call
the
Western
Outreach
at
824‐3085
to
 schedule
a
time.
Once
you
have
finished
the
test
you
will
need
to
bring
your
scores
to
either
the
 counseling
office
or
the
high
school
office.
Your
test
scores
need
to
be
brought
in
by
May
20.


High
School
Trimester
Test
Schedule
 The
trimester
test
schedule
is
different
than
previous
trimesters
due
to
the
computer
check
in
 and
11:00
early
dismissal.
The
following
schedule
will
be
followed
for
testing
the
last
two
days
of
 school,
May
26
&
27.
 Thurs.,
May
26
–
Tests
Periods
3,
4,
5
&
6
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Fri.,
May
27
–
Tests
Periods
1
&
2

 followed
by
computer
Check
In.


Students
will
not
be
allowed
to
enter
the
classroom
if
they
are
late.
Students
are
allowed
to
 leave
the
building
if
they
do
not
having
a
test
during
a
specific
period.
They
can
use
the
 Commons
for
group
study
or
the
IMC
for
quiet
study.

Students
planning
on
staying
for
lunch
on
 Thursday
will
need
to
sign
up
during
Seminar.




2011 Prom – “Deep Blue Destiny” National Honor Society PRE-PROM visit TO arlington place Members of the Maggie Gray National Honor Society visited Arlington Place for a Pre-Prom walk through prior to their Prom on April 16. Front row (l-r): Zoe Johanns, A. Delagardelle, Raymi Ackerman, Heidi Schleuder, A. Delagardelle, Katie Delagardell, Jordin Laningan, Sarah Day, Vanessa Ash, Aubrey Clark. Back row (l-r): Joel Rust, Matthew Schildroth, Jacob Harberts, Danny Eisenman. Seniors and their dates: Danny Eisenman & guest, Matthew Schildroth & Heidi Schleuder, Katie Delagardelle & Carter Burmester, Jordin Lanigan & guest.

Horticulture
Class
Plant
Sales
Begin
 The
horticulture
class
at
Grundy
Center
High
School
 will
be
offering
a
wide
variety
of
spring
bedding
plants
 for
sale
starting
May
1.
The
plants
will
include
 geraniums,
petunias,
Gerber
daisies,
Dianthuses,
and
 Celosia,
as
well
as,
peppers
and
tomatoes.
The
greenhouse
is
open
Monday
through
 Friday
from
8:00
AM
–
4:00
PM,
or
you
can
call
Mrs.
Greiman
at
 319.825.5449
to
set
up
a
time.
The
flowers
are
beautiful
this
year
 so
come
let
us
help
you
decorate
your
yard!




Successful Year for Speech! The GC Speech Team had an amazing year! We tripled our size from last year to a total of 24 students in both Large Group and Individual Events. I can only hope to gain more students next year. It's a blast when you have categories like acting, solo musical theater, storytelling, public address, improv, and many more! We also had help from Mr. Ron Swanson, which was a great help because of our large team this year. Students who participated in Speech this year were Autumn Ehrig, Abby McKendree, Erica Pabst, Jessica Pabst, Jordin Lanigan, Sarah Day, Tyler Eidell, Emily Robinson, Ryan Weatherly, Jacob Harberts, Heidi Schleuder, Jon McIntire, Issac Beck Brunk, Amber Ehrig, Matthew Schildroth, Alicia Forrester, Aubrey Clark, Johna Ash, Alex Crosley, Bruce Simms, and Sam McKendree. Students who went to State this year in Large Group Events are Tyler Eidell, Emily Robinson, Ryan Weatherly, and Jacob Harberts in TV Newscasting and Erica Pabst, Jon McIntire, Issac Beck Brunk, Ryan Weatherly, and Amber Ehrig in Radio Broadcasting. Students who went to State this year in Individual Events were Jacob Harberts and Sarah Day in Improv; Matthew Schildroth and Johna Ash in Solo Musical Theater; Aubrey Clark in Prose; Emily Robinson in Storytelling; Tyler Eidell and Issac Beck Brunk in Radio Newscasting. The really big award that our Speech Team received this year was Sarah Day making All-State in Improvisation. She went to the UNI Campus and performed there for judges statewide who then also critiqued her. She was told that she should keep working hard because she is amazing and will more than likely go again next year. Way to go Sarah! I hope that next year we can have an equally award winning year! If you are interested in joining the Speech Team and you are going to be in 9th grade or higher, see Ms. Gray for information. We will also have informational meetings next Fall. You never know what you can find and do on the Speech Team and we would love to have you!

2011-12 Dance Team & Cheer Squads Announced! The
last
month
was
busy
for
girls
practicing
for
tryouts
for
the
2011‐12
football
&
 basketball
cheer
squads
and
the
dance
team.
The
following
girls
were
selected
for
 football
&
basketball,
and
dance
teams:
 Football
Cheerleaders


Basketball
Cheerleaders


Dance
Team


Emily
Crosley
–
Sr.
 
 Sarah
Day
–
Sr.
 
 Alicia
Forrester
–
Sr.
 
 Tiffany
Ackerman
–
Jr.

 Johna
Ash
–
Jr.

 
 Chelsea
Delfs
–
Jr.
 
 Sydnie
Gutosky
–
Jr.
 
 Hollie
Hakanson
–
Jr.
 
 Kami
Taylor
–
Jr.
 
 Emilee
Johnson
–
Soph.
 Megan
Salo
–
Soph.
 Elizabeth
Ash
–
Fresh.
 Abbie
Koch
–
Fresh.




 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Emily
Crosley
–
Sr.
 
 Sarah
Day
–
Sr.
 
 Allison
Thompson
–
Sr.
 Tiffany
Ackerman
–
Jr.

 Katelynn
Coy
–
Jr.
 
 Emilee
Johnson
–
Soph.
 Megan
Salo
–
Soph.
 
 Jessika
VanDeest
–
Soph.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Zoe
Johanns
–
Sr.
 Carissa
Sternhagen
–
Sr.
 Allison
Thompson
–
Sr.
 Tiffany
Ackerman
–
Jr.
 Erica
Buck
–
Jr.
 Kami
Taylor
–
Jr.
 Emilee
Johnson
–
Soph.
 Chelsea
McNeil
–
Soph.
 Megan
Salo
–
Soph.
 Harper
Wells
–
Fresh.



GCHS Bakery Order Form Where We Make ‘Em, You Bake ‘Em! Name: _______________________ Daytime Telephone_______________________ Email address: _____________________________ I would like to pick up my items on this date. _______________ (Wednesdays – April 20, 27 and May 4, 11, 18, and 25).

Please place orders by WEDNESDAY at 4 p.m. of the week PRIOR to delivery. Pick-ups are on Wednesdays from 3:30 – 4:30 in the high school FCS room. If, for some reason, school is cancelled on a Wednesday, pick-up will be on the next school day. Arrangements may be made for special delivery days and times. Orders may be delivered to the HS office, faxed to 319-825-6415, or e-mailed to jschuller@spartanpride.net.

Please circle the size desired and list the quantities and total cost. Yellow-highlighted items are new items this trimester. All main dishes are frozen and ready to be baked or heated. Chicken Almondine –Individual chicken breasts covered with light

Company Size 12-15 servings

Family Size 4-6 Servings

Couple Size 2-3 Servings

$2.25 each

layer of almonds, bread crumbs, and spices. Delicious. Chicken Cordon Bleu – Individual chicken breasts filled with Swiss cheese and ham and covered with a bread crumb topping.

$2.25 each

Parmesan & Panko Swai Fillets – Individual fish fillets breaded in seasoned panko (Japanese bread crumbs), Parmesan, and seasoning. Swai is a ‘non-fishy’ white fillet; also known as Pangasius. Chicken Burrito – Individually wrapped in foil. Mexican burrito prepared with pulled chicken, refried beans, salsa, and cheese. Ready to bake, microwave, or fry. Ritzy Chicken – Breaded chicken breasts smothered with a flavorful parmesan cream sauce and mozzarella cheese. Fully cooked.

Ham Balls – Traditional ham balls ready to bake in a sweet, tangy sauce.

$2.25 each $1.50 each

24 large $16

Pork Chops O’Brien – Browned pork chops baked over potato casserole; topped with French fried onions. Shanghai Pasta – a flavorful blend of linguini, stir fry veggies, and chicken in a flavorful Asian sauce. Light and tasty. Microwavable. Asian Orange Chicken – Diced chicken breast and stir-fry veggies covered in a spicy-sweet orange glaze. Serve with rice or favorite Asian noodle. Southwestern Lime Chicken & Rice – Chicken prepared fiestastyle with a zesty lime sauce. Topped with cheddar-jack and Mexi-ranch sauce, along with crisp tortilla strips. Served over Mexican rice. Lasagna – A traditional family favorite. Add garlic bread and a salad and your meal is complete. Cajun Chicken Fettuccine – We’ve blended a hint of Cajun kick into our lower fat alfredo sauce to create a twist on chicken fettuccini alfredo. Blackened Salmon Fettuccine – Blackened salmon blended into our lower fat alfredo sauce and served alongside California blend veggies. Chicken Tortilla Soup – Chicken, black beans, corn, and onions mixed in a spicy tomato mix. Top with your tortilla chips, sour cream, and cheese if desired.

Egg & Hash Brown Casserole - Cubes of ham fill this tasty casserole. Pour into your own baking dish and bake! 8x8 size. Order 2 for 9x13. Almond Granola with Dried Cherries – homemade granola made with oatmeal, steel cut oats, almonds, and dried cherries. Chocolate Chip Cookies – Frozen in balls, ready to bake. A bakery class classic. Double Chocolate Cookies – chocolate cookies with chocolate chips. Tastes like brownies! Monstrously Good Cookies – monstrously good cookies without the monster size. M&Ms, oatmeal, peanut butter, mmmmm.

Party Bread – Add a can of warm carbonated beverage or beer to this dry mix and bake into a loaf of wonderful appetizer or side.

Totals

4 breasts $9 12 large $9 4 chops $9

2 breasts $5 6 large $5 2 chops $5

$9 $9 $16

$9

$5

$16

$9

$5

$16

$9

$5

$17

$10

$6

8 cups $9 $7 4 cups $5 $4.50/3 dozen $4.50/3 dozen $6/3 dozen $2.50

QTY

Total Cost


Clinton
McMartin
Scholarship

Fundraiser
 Grundy
County
‐

 It was Clint’s dream to be able to bring a Youth Track & Field event to Grundy Center where not only his children could participate, but to allow for the surrounding area youths to get excited about track and field in general.
 


In
efforts
to
raise
money
for
the
Clinton
McMartin
Scholarship
Fund
and
carry
out
Clint’s
dream
of
hosting
a
 Youth
Track
&
Field
Event,
there
will
be
a
5k
run/walk
for
adults
and
children
as
well
as
a
Youth
Track
and
 Field
Day,
Saturday
May
14th.
 The
5k
run/walk
will
start
at
3:30pm
in
at
the
Grundy
Center
High
School.

Preregistration
will
start
at
 2:30pm.

There
is
a
$25
pre‐entry
fee
for
the
5k
registered
before
Friday,
May
6th
and
$30
entry
fee
 thereafter.

Please
contract
Brian
or
Janet
Buhrow
at
319.824.5575
for
information
regarding
the
5k.
 The
Youth
Track
&
Field
will
start
at
5:00pm
for
ages
2
to
9,
with
registration
starting
at
4:30pm
and
the
 event
starting
at
5:00pm.

This
is
a
FREE
event
for
ALL
kids.

Fun
Events
are
for
ages
2
to
8
and
a
Hershey’s
 qualifying
event
for
ages
9
to
14.
 Registration
forms
and
complete
details
of
the
day’s
events
are
available
on
the
website
 www.fight4coachmc.com
or
in
the
high
school
office.
(See
the
attached
flyer)


7th
Grade
Exploratory
Make
Pillow
Cases
for
ConKerr
Cancer
 Seventh
graders
from
the
Family
&
 Consumer
Sciences
class
show
the
pillow
 cases
they
made
that
will
be
donated
to
 ConKerr
Cancer,
an
organization
that
 assists
children
with
cancer.

The
 pillowcases,
made
from
donated
fabric,
are
 given
to
hospitalized
children
who
are
 being
treated
for
cancer.
 


Front
Row
‐
Hannah
Rowe,
Austin
Grimm,
Dalyn
 Maxson.
 Back
Row
‐
Hana
Edgerton,
Jeane
Mackie,
Chris
Siefken,
 Blake
Henningsen,
Jack
Stumberg,
Austin
Burroughs,



YOUTH FRONTIERS RETREAT! Students Experience Courage Retreat Middle school students had a wonderful day on Tuesday, April 5. All 6th, 7th, and 8th graders participated in a Courage Retreat presented by Youth Frontiers, Inc. A group of 11th graders joined the kids for large group activities as well as

leading small group discussions. Youth Frontiers, a nonprofit organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, has been delivering programs to school for over 20 years to help build positive school communities and help young people realize the importance of respecting themselves and each other. At the Courage Retreat, the Youth Frontiers staff of Megan, Bjork, and Todd focused on creating an environment that encouraged kids to accept people for who they are, resist following the crowd, and act with moral courage despite their fears. They engaged the students in high-energy and fun activities. In the days following the retreat, teachers and students have continued focusing on the courage theme along with all the pillars of character in their advisory groups.

PE
“Aerobic
Idol
“Competition!!

 During
Advisory
one
day
in
April
the
 middle
school
student
class
sections
 had
an
“Aerobic
Idol”
competition.
 Judges
scored
their
routines
and
 points
 were
 tallied
 to
see
 which
 group
won
the
competition.
All
the
groups
 did
a
great
job!
The
enthusiasm
was
 infectious!
The
judges
were
very
 impressed!



12 TH STREET NEWS! by Mrs. Murra, Superintendent

What a busy time of year! Here at school we are working at wrapping up the current school year as well as making plans for next school year. Things have gone very well due to our wonderful team of professionals and the strong collaborative partnerships with students, parents, and community organizations. I want to extend a special thanks to everyone who contributes to the success of the Grundy Center School District! During the month of May, we will celebrate National Teacher Appreciation Week the 1st-7th, and then the following week is Iowa School Board Recognition Week. Our five elected board members volunteer their time and take their responsibilities very seriously. They make informed decisions that impact the educational opportunities for students, create policies that determine how the district operates, provide oversight of the budget and finances, and evaluate the job performance of the superintendent. Board members are elected to a four-year term. Our current Board of Directors includes President Kelly Mathews, Vice President Bob Johanns, Director Mark Dunnick, Director Vicki Knaack, and Director Kent Venenga. Please help me thank this team for keeping “What’s Best for Kids” and the longevity of Grundy Center Community Schools as their top priorities! At the end of this school year, we will also be celebrating three retirements—Mrs. Elva Brown from the kitchen, Mrs. Kathy Zeiner from the middle/high school office, and Mrs. Kathy Hosch from the high school English department. All three are well known, loved, and greatly appreciated for their daily dedication. We wish these wonderful ladies much happiness in the next exciting stage of their lives! Our school family also offers our gratitude to Ms. Bev Ahern, Ms. Sara Schmitt, and Mr. Steve Hinderhofer who will be leaving to pursue other adventures. We wish them the best of luck on their new journeys! On May 14, we hope you will consider participating in the Hershey’s Track and Field Meet! This is a very special event that will honor Coach Clinton McMartin’s memory and love of this sport. For more information visit www.fight4coachmc.com. The last day of school will be Friday, May 27 when students are dismissed at 11:00 a.m. for summer break! Hopefully everyone’s summer will continue to be a positive learning and growing experience! Each new day provides new opportunities…. Please contact me if you ever have questions, concerns, or suggestions! Our regular Administration Building office hours are 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If we happen to be out of the office, please stop back or call and leave a message. Once again, thanks for your efforts to make Grundy Center School District so successful! Yours in education, Cass Murra


YMCA News Grundy Family YMCA - Parent's Night Out (held the 2nd Saturday of every month)
 
 Parents, need a little time for you without the kids? Drop your kids off at Parent's Night Out while enjoying an evening out. Feel good knowing your kids are having as much fun as you are, in a safe environment. 


Who: Grades K-5 Where: Grundy Center Elementary School When: Saturday May 14 Time: 5pm-9pm Cost: $5 YMCA Members/$10 Non-Members

Games, arts/crafts, gym time, dinner and a movie are all apart of the fun at Parent's Night Out. Please register the Thursday prior to each Parent's Night Out For More information, please contact Carrie Klosterman at 319-825-6210 or e-mail cklosterman@spartanpride.net

Notes
from
the
School
Nurse,
Gloria
Dielschneider
 All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Source: http://aappolicy.aappublications.org/cgi/content/full/pediatrics;105/6/1352 Children who are not licensed to drive a car should not be allowed to operate off-road vehicles. Because their nervous systems and judgment have not fully developed, off-road vehicles are particularly dangerous for children younger than 16 years. Don’t ride double. Passengers are frequently injured when riding ATVs. All riders should wear helmets, eye protection and protective reflective clothing. Appropriate helmets are those designed for motorcycle (not bicycle) use, and should include safety visors/face shields for eye protection. ATVs lack the common safety equipment found on all cars and trucks that are designed for street use. Parents should never permit nighttime riding or street use of off-road vehicles. Flags, reflectors and lights should be used to make vehicles more visible. Drivers of recreational vehicles should not drive while under the influence of alcohol, drugs or even some prescription medicines. Parents should set an example for their children in this regard. Young drivers should be discouraged from on-road riding of any 2-wheeled motorized cycle, even when they are able to be licensed to do so, because they are inherently more dangerous than passenger cars.


2011 Summer Sports Schedules 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 HS
Baseball
 May
26



Hudson
(H)
 5:30
 
 May
30



Spartan
Invite

 12:00
 June
2
 @
Gladbrook‐Reinbeck
 5:30
 
 June
3
 Aplington‐Park
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
6
 @
South
Hardin

 5:30
 
 June
7
 BCLUW
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
9
 @
West
Marshall

 5:30
 
 June
13
 AGWSR
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
14

 @
East
Marshall
 5:30
 
 June
16
 
@
North
Tama
 5:30
 
 June
17
 @
Dike‐New
Hartford

 5:30
 
 June
18
 9th
Spartan
Invite
 9:00
 
 June
20
 Gladbrook‐Reinbeck
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
21
 South
Hardin
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
22
 
@
Aplington‐Park
 5:30
 
 June
23

 @
BCLUW
 5:30
 
 June
27
 West
Marshall
(H)
 5:30
 
 June
28

 @
AGWSR
 5:30
 
 June
30

 East
Marshall
(H)
 5:30
 
 July
1
 Union
(H
 5:30
 
 July
5
 @
NUHS

 4:00
 July
7
 @
Roland‐Story
 5:30
 
 July
9

 Districts
 TBD
 

 JH Baseball/Softball June 2 Glad-Reinbeck (B-T; G-H) 11:00 June 7 West Marshall (B-T; G-H) 11:00 June 9 South Hardin (B-H; G-T) 11:00 June 13 Hudson (B-H; G-T) 11:00 June 14 North Tama (B-T; G-H) 11:00 June 16 AGWSR (B-H; G-T) 11:00 June 20 South Tama (B-H; G-T) 11:00 June 21 BCLUW (B-T; G-H) 11:00 June 23 East Marshall (B-T; G-H) 11:00 June 27-28 NICL B-Wellsburg or Whitten G- Conrad TBA

HS Softball 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


May 26 May 27 June 2 June 3 June 6 June 7 June 9 June 11 June 13 June 14 June 16 June 17 June 18 June 20 June 21 June 22 June 23 June 27 June 28 June 30 July 7

Hudson (H) Union (H) @ Gladbrook-Reinbeck Aplington-Park (H) @ South Hardin BCLUW (H) @ West Marshall @ Nashua-Plainfield Invite AGWSR (H) @ East Marshall @ North Tama @ Dike-New Hartford @ North Butler Invite Gladbrook-Reinbeck (H) South Hardin (H) @ Aplington-Park @ BCLUW West Marshall (H) @ AGWSR East Marshall (H) Districts

6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 9:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 9:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00 6:00


4/28/11 11:07 AM

Who: What:

You, your family, cousins, friends, community, EVERYONE Youth Track & Field Day/5k Run Hershey’s Qualifying Meet http://www.hersheystrackandfield.com Saturday, May 14th • 3:30pm 5k Walk/Run o $25 pre-register / $30 day of registration • 5:00pm Youth Track & Field Day o Youth Events FREE Grundy Center High School Track Clinton McMartin Scholarship Fund •

When:

Where: Why:

It was Clinton’s dream to be able to bring a Youth Track & Field event to Grundy Center where not only his children could participate, but to allow for the surrounding area youths to get excited about track and field in general. Go to

http://www.fight4coachmc.com

for com plete details and entry

form s

Concessions: Silent Auction: Fundraisers:

Sponsored by Two Coats Hog and Processing Sponsored by Monsanto/Curt Mackie (online bidding) Tshirts $10 and Sports Bag $8


May 2011 Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

1

Wednesday

2

Thursday

Friday

4

3

Saturday

5

State Lg. Gro… State Center

MAP Testing Leadership C…ur Character" 3rd Gr. Farm Safety Day

4:15 PM Boys Tennis @ Iowa Falls 4:30 PM HS B & G NICL Track @ BCLUW 5:30 PM Boys Soccer vs. Hudson @ A-P (H)

9 MAP Testing 2-Hour Late Start 12:00 PM Girls NICL Golf @ Eldora 12:00 PM Boys NICL Golf @ East Marshall 4:15 PM Tennis v. South Hardin (B-H; G-T) 5:00 PM HS Girls Track @ 5:00 PM Girls Soccer vs. G16 Girls District …rundy Center 9:00 AM Girls NICL Tennis @ W'loo 7:00 PM MS-HS Band Con‐ cert

22 2:00 PM Commencemnt (HS Gym)

23 Boys Soccer District TBA Girls Regional Golf 11:11 AM HS Tech Meeting (Auditorium)

29

5:00 PM School Board Mtg.

4:15 PM Boys Tennis v. A-P 4:15 PM Boys & Girls Golf v. 4:30 PM JH Boys Track @ 4:30 PM HS Girls Track @ 4:30 PM HS Boys Track @ 4:30 PM JH Girls Track @ 5:00 PM Boys Soccer @ 5:30 PM Girls Soccer vs. Hudson @ A-P

11:11 AM Tech Meeting (Seniors) Aud. 4:15 PM Girls Tennis @ Webster City 4:15 PM Boys & Girls Golf @ 7:00 PM Spring Farm Bu‐

8

15

7

6

30 Memorial Day 12:00 PM Spartan Baseball Invite (H)

10

Boys Ind. Te…Districts (TBA)

11:15 AM HS Awards As‐ sembly 6:00 PM Athletic Banquet (Commons/Aud.)

17 9:00 AM Boys NICL Tennis @ W'loo 4:30 PM Girls Soccer vs. NUHS @ Cedar Falls 7:00 PM HS Vocal Concert

18 7:00 AM GNB Senior Break‐ fast (Comm. Ctr.) 12:00 PM SIT Mtg. 6:30 PM Baccalaureate (Aud.) 7:30 PM Senior Awards Night (Aud.)

24 5:30 PM Girls Soccer vs. GR @ A-P 7:00 PM MS Vocal Show (Aud.)

25 10:00 AM 3rd grade picnic 10:00 AM 1st grade picnic 10:00 AM Kdg. Picnic 5:30 PM HS Baseball v. Hud‐ son (H) 6:00 PM HS Softball v. Hud‐ son (H)

31 Professional Dev. Girls State Golf Tournament

1

4:00 PM Boys & Girls Golf @ East Marshall 4:15 PM Boys Tennis @ W'loo Columbus 4:30 PM HS Boys & Girls Track Spartan Invite 5:30 PM Boys Soccer vs. Iowa Falls-Alden @ A-P (H)

12

11

12:30 PM Old Creamery Theatre for Elem. (Aud.) 4:15 PM Girls Tennis v. A-P (H) 4:30 PM JH Co-ed Track @ Hudson 5:00 PM HS Boys Track @ A-P Invite

MS TAG to F… Nations (MN)

13 10:30 AM Boys Sectional Golf @ Grundy Center 4:30 PM JH Boys & Girls NICL Track @ Eldora 5:30 PM Girls Soccer @ Clear Lake

4:00 PM Co-ed District Track @ Grundy Center 4:15 PM Girls Golf vs. BCLUW (H) 4:30 PM Boys Soccer @ South Tama

19 State Track @ Des Moines Girls Regional Ind. Tennis 8:30 AM 4th & 5th Track & Field Day 5:00 PM Boys Soccer @ G-R Reinbeck

26 7th Gr. to Sp…pics @ Ames 10:00 AM 5th Grade Picnic 10:00 AM 2nd Grade Picnic 10:00 AM 4th Grade Picnic 10:10 AM 8th Gr. Memorial Day Field Trip 6:30 PM GC Learning Cen‐ ter Graduation (WOC)

14 Hershey's Tr…ip Fundraiser) Girls Tennis Regionals (TBA) 9:00 AM Girls Soccer @ Wa‐ verly Tour.

20

21

8:30 AM 4th & 5th Track & Field Day (Rain Date) 9:30 AM Boys District Golf @ Pheasant Ridge 6:00 PM Girls Soccer @ Denver

27 Boys State Ind. Tennis Boys State Golf Tournament

28

10:15 AM MS Awards As‐ sembly 11:00 AM Last Day of School - Early Dismissal 6:00 PM HS Softball vs. Union (LaPorte City) (H)

3

2

4

Girls State Tennis 11:00 AM JH Baseball @ GR 11:00 AM JH Softball vs. GR (H) 5:30 PM HS Baseball @ G-R 6:00 PM HS Softball @ G-R

5:30 PM HS Baseball v. A-P (H) 6:00 PM HS Softball v. A-P (H)

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