2/20/2019 Announcements
February 19th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/20/2019*

Dance team members should meet in Mrs. Cotter’s room at lunch time on
Thursday, February 21. If you take hot lunch you can get it first and then
come on up.

School House Rock Trivia – Did you know that Three is a Magic Number was
the very first School House Rock song that was ever written. It was
written for a vinyl record and was such a hit that they made a TV show.
Have a listen: 3 is a Magic Number

The performances for School House Rock Live – will be March 14th at 9:00
for the Elementary – Friday Night Cast; March 15th at 9:00 for the Middle
School – Saturday Night Cast. Students involved in the musical will be
released after peaceful start. I anticipate the show taking 1 hour. We
would like the youngest grade level to sit toward the front on chairs and
then proceed back from there. We may be sitting on the bleachers as well.
Thanks! Mrs. Charbonneau

*HS Trap team informational meeting*

February 20th 6pm at the SF conservation club

This is sign up only and there will be no shooting this evening

Practice starts February 27th at 3:30pm

* IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK!*

SFMS Yearbooks are still available for order! Yearbooks are now available
for $25. Online orders will be accepted through April 7, 2019. Hard copy
order forms can be turned in to the office or to Ms. Dekanich (room 245)
through May 1, 2019. Don’t miss out on your book full of fantastic SFMS
memories!

ATTENTION YEARBOOK STAFF

As the deadline for creating the SFMS yearbook is approaching, and as we
had a number of meetings cancelled due to weather, I have scheduled a
number of additional meetings.

Yearbook meetings will be held in Ms. Dekanich’s classroom on the following
dates from 3:05-4:00:

February 25

March 11

March 18

I understand that these newly scheduled meetings may conflict with other
events – if you are available to attend, your presence and participation
would be greatly appreciated!

The HS adventure club is doing a fundraiser day at Chili’s to help raise
money for our kayak trip at the end of the school year. The fundraiser date
is Feb 22nd. If you are interested you need a coupon voucher that you can
get in the MS office.

All are invited to be a part of the SFMS

*Title I Family Night* *“BINGO Night”*

Tuesday, February 26th 6:00-7:00 pm

Come play walking BINGO around our school for a chance to win prizes! Win
snacks, too! All students and their families are welcome to attend.

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/20

W

No Rehearsal

2/21

TH

No Rehearsal

175

2/22

F

No Rehearsal

2/25

M

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

2/26

T

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

2/27

W

No Rehearsal

2/28

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/1

F

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

3/4

M

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/5

T

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

3/6

W

No Rehearsal

3/7

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/8

F

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

3/11

M

3:05-5:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/12

T

3:05-5:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

3/13

W

2:05-4:30

Both Casts – Cast Photo

Stage

3/14

TH

8:10 – Call

9:00 – Show

Friday Night Cast Show for the Elementary

Stage

3/14

TH

6:00 – Call

7:00 – Show

Saturday Night Cast for the Public

Stage

3/15

F

8:10 – Call

9:00 – Show

Saturday Night Cast for the Middle School

Stage

3/15

F

6:00 – Call

7:00 – Show

Friday Night Cast for the Public

Stage

3/16

S

12:00 – Call

1:00 – Show

Friday Night Cast for the Public

Stage

3/16

S

6:00 – Call

7:00 – Show

Saturday Night Cast for the Public

Stage

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

FEBRUARY

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for ES– 9:00 a.m. – Middle
School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance– 9:00 a.m. & 7pm – Middle
School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

Health tip:

It is estimated that 51 million school hours are lost each year due to oral
health issues. Oral Health concerns are the most common chronic disease in
school aged children. Discomfort and self consciousness caused by oral
health disease interferes with the students ability to learn. Everyone
should see their dentist 1-2 times per year. Please contact your nurses if
you need help obtaining dental care. Did you know that your students can
have their teeth checked while here at school through Lakeshore Dental.
They are scheduled to visit our school district the week of 2/25/19. Call
your nurses for details!

*February Lunch Menu*

*20*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

*MAKE IT MY WAY BURRITO BOWL*

Brown Rice

CARNITA (SHREDDED PORK)

OR CHICKEN FAJITA MEAT

Roasted Corn Black Beans

Queso Blanco Sauce

Assorted Toppings

Cheddar Cheese

*PIZZA PLAZA*

QUESADIALLA

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Hamburger

Cheese Slice

Hamburger Bun

CURLY FRIES

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*Sandwiches*

ON CIABATTA ROLL

*Salad*

BERRY/YOGURT PARFAIT

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Italian Salad

Grape Tomatoes

Peaches

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/19/2019 Announcements
February 18th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/19/2019*

*Wrestling dismiss at 2:45, depart at 2:50*

Dance team members should meet in Mrs. Cotter’s room at lunch time on
Thursday, February 21. If you take hot lunch you can get it first and then
come on up.

School House Rock Trivia – Did you know that Three is a Majic Number was
the very first School House Rock song that was ever written. It was
written for a vinyl record and was such a ht that they made a TV show.
Have a listen: 3 is a Magic Number

*HS Trap team informational meeting*

February 20th 6pm at the SF conservation club

This is sign up only and there will be no shooting this evening

Practice starts February 27th at 3:30pm

* IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK!*

SFMS Yearbooks are still available for order! Yearbooks are now available
for $25. Online orders will be accepted through April 7, 2019. Hard copy
order forms can be turned in to the office or to Ms. Dekanich (room 245)
through May 1, 2019. Don’t miss out on your book full of fantastic SFMS
memories!

ATTENTION YEARBOOK STAFF

As the deadline for creating the SFMS yearbook is approaching, and as we
had a number of meetings cancelled due to weather, I have scheduled a
number of additional meetings.

Yearbook meetings will be held in Ms. Dekanich’s classroom on the following
dates from 3:05-4:00:

February 25

March 11

March 18

I understand that these newly scheduled meetings may conflict with other
events – if you are available to attend, your presence and participation
would be greatly appreciated!

The HS adventure club is doing a fundraiser day at Chili’s to help raise
money for our kayak trip at the end of the school year. The fundraiser date
is Feb 22nd. If you are interested you need a coupon voucher that you can
get in the MS office.

All are invited to be a part of the SFMS

*Title I Family Night* *“BINGO Night”*

Tuesday, February 26th 6:00-7:00 pm

Come play walking BINGO around our school for a chance to win prizes! Win
snacks, too! All students and their families are welcome to attend.

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/19

T

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half) Off Book

175

2/20

W

No Rehearsal

2/21

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (2nd Half) Off Book

175

2/22

F

No Rehearsal

2/25

M

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

2/26

T

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

2/27

W

No Rehearsal

2/28

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/1

F

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

FEBRUARY

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for ES– 9:00 a.m. – Middle
School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance– 9:00 a.m. & 7pm – Middle
School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 2:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

Health tip:

It is estimated that 51 million school hours are lost each year due to oral
health issues. Oral Health concerns are the most common chronic disease in
school aged children. Discomfort and self consciousness caused by oral
health disease interferes with the students ability to learn. Everyone
should see their dentist 1-2 times per year. Please contact your nurses if
you need help obtaining dental care. Did you know that your students can
have their teeth checked while here at school through Lakeshore Dental.
They are scheduled to visit our school district the week of 2/25/19. Call
your nurses for details!

*February Lunch Menu*

*19*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

Grilled Cheese

GRILLED HAM & CHEESE

Tomato Soup

*PIZZA PLAZA*

COOKS CHOICE

OR Big Daddy

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Chicken Parmesean

Breaded Chicken Patty

Marinara Sauce

Hamburger Bun

Mozzarella

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*Sandwich*

Croissant

WITH EGG SALAD

*salad*

BLT SALAD

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Pears

Sugar Snap Peas

& Fresh Veggies

Crackers

CHOCOLATE SUNDAE

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/14/2019 Announcements
February 14th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/14/2019*

*7th grade dismiss at 2:40, depart at 7:45*

As we are getting ready for School House Rock Live, here is a Trivia Fact:Did
you know that Conjunction Junction is the most recognized Schoolhouse Rock
Tune and was the first SR song recorded with Jack Sheldon a legendary jazz
singer and Merv Griffin’s former trumpet player? Conjunction Junction

*5th Graders: *Scholastic book orders are due on Friday, February 15th

Due to no school again on Tuesday, The Student Falcon Club will be meeting
on Friday February 15th at 1:30-2pm instead. Meet in the conference room
outside of Mrs. Lorge’s office

*HS Trap team informational meeting*

February 20th 6pm at the SF conservation club

This is sign up only and there will be no shooting this evening

Practice starts February 27th at 3:30pm

* IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK!*

SFMS Yearbooks are still available for order! Yearbooks are now available
for $25. Online orders will be accepted through April 7, 2019. Hard copy
order forms can be turned in to the office or to Ms. Dekanich (room 245)
through May 1, 2019. Don’t miss out on your book full of fantastic SFMS
memories!

ATTENTION YEARBOOK STAFF

As the deadline for creating the SFMS yearbook is approaching, and as we
had a number of meetings cancelled due to weather, I have scheduled a
number of additional meetings.

Yearbook meetings will be held in Ms. Dekanich’s classroom on the following
dates from 3:05-4:00:

February 18

February 25

March 11

March 18

I understand that these newly scheduled meetings may conflict with other
events – if you are available to attend, your presence and participation
would be greatly appreciated!

The HS adventure club is doing a fundraiser day at Chili’s to help raise
money for our kayak trip at the end of the school year. The fundraiser date
is Feb 22nd. If you are interested you need a coupon voucher that you can
get in the MS office.

All are invited to be a part of the SFMS

*Title I Family Night* *“BINGO Night”*

Tuesday, February 26th 6:00-7:00 pm

Come play walking BINGO around our school for a chance to win prizes! Win
snacks, too! All students and their families are welcome to attend.

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School, Saturday, February 16,
7:45-2:30.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half) Off Book

175

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/18

M

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (2nd Half) Off Book

175

2/19

T

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half) Off Book

175

2/20

W

No Rehearsal

2/21

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (2nd Half) Off Book

175

2/22

F

No Rehearsal

2/25

M

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

2/26

T

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

2/27

W

No Rehearsal

2/28

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/1

F

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

FEBRUARY

11th-15th MAP Testing, Grades 5 – 8

14 Girls Basketball 7th @ Two Rivers, 8th grade
Home

16 FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School,
7:45-2:30.

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

*14*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

Corn Dogs

*PIZZA PLAZA*

Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza

Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Stuffed Crust Sausage Pizza

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

SHREDDED BBQ PORK

Hamburger Bun

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

Sub Sandwich

*SALADS*

Chef Salad

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Baked Beans

Apple

Celery Sticks

Peanut Butter Cup

Mac & Cheese

BOSTON CREAM CAKE

*GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR*

*15*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

Breaded Chicken Patty

Spicy Chicken

Hamburger Bun

*PIZZA PLAZA*

6″ Pepporoni pizza

6″ Round Cheese Pizza

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Ham & Cheese Bites

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

Pbj

*SALAD*

Taco Salad

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Waffle Fries

Grape Tomatoes

Garden Salad

Mixed Fruit

*GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR*
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/13/2019 Announcements
February 13th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/13/2019*

*5th Graders: *Scholastic book orders are due on Friday, February 15th

Due to no school again on Tuesday, The Student Falcon Club will be meeting
on Friday February 15th at 1:30-2pm instead. Meet in the conference room
outside of Mrs. Lorge’s office

*HS Trap team informational meeting*

February 20th 6pm at the SF conservation club

This is sign up only and there will be no shooting this evening

Practice starts February 27th at 3:30pm

* IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK!*

SFMS Yearbooks are still available for order! Yearbooks are now available
for $25. Online orders will be accepted through April 7, 2019. Hard copy
order forms can be turned in to the office or to Ms. Dekanich (room 245)
through May 1, 2019. Don’t miss out on your book full of fantastic SFMS
memories!

ATTENTION YEARBOOK STAFF

As the deadline for creating the SFMS yearbook is approaching, and as we
had a number of meetings cancelled due to weather, I have scheduled a
number of additional meetings.

Yearbook meetings will be held in Ms. Dekanich’s classroom on the following
dates from 3:05-4:00:

February 18

February 25

March 11

March 18

I understand that these newly scheduled meetings may conflict with other
events – if you are available to attend, your presence and participation
would be greatly appreciated!

The HS adventure club is doing a fundraiser day at Chili’s to help raise
money for our kayak trip at the end of the school year. The fundraiser date
is Feb 22nd. If you are interested you need a coupon voucher that you can
get in the MS office.

All are invited to be a part of the SFMS

*Title I Family Night* *“BINGO Night”*

Tuesday, February 26th 6:00-7:00 pm

Come play walking BINGO around our school for a chance to win prizes! Win
snacks, too! All students and their families are welcome to attend.

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School, Saturday, February 16,
7:45-2:30.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half) Off Book

175

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/18

M

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (2nd Half) Off Book

175

2/19

T

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half) Off Book

175

2/20

W

No Rehearsal

2/21

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (2nd Half) Off Book

175

2/22

F

No Rehearsal

2/25

M

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

2/26

T

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

2/27

W

No Rehearsal

2/28

TH

3:05-4:30

Friday Night Cast – Full Show – Friday Night Cast

Stage

3/1

F

3:05-4:30

Saturday Night Cast – Full Show – Saturday Night Cast

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Thurs Feb 14

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

FEBRUARY

11th-15th MAP Testing, Grades 5 – 8

14 Girls Basketball 7th @ Two Rivers, 8th grade
Home

16 FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School,
7:45-2:30.

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

*13*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

Potato Crusted Fish Basket

with

FISH WEDGE

COLESLAW

Wg Dinner Roll

*PIZZA PLAZA*

Breakfast Pizza

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

FRENCH DIP

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

CIABATTA ROLL

*SALAD*

*YOGURT PARFAIT*

Yogurt

Blueberries

Granola

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Fresh Veggies

Carrots

Seasoned Wedges

Banana

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/12/19 Announcements
February 11th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/12/2019*

* IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO ORDER A YEARBOOK!*

SFMS Yearbooks are still available for order! Yearbooks are now available
for $25. Online orders will be accepted through April 7, 2019. Hard copy
order forms can be turned in to the office or to Ms. Dekanich (room 245)
through May 1, 2019. Don’t miss out on your book full of fantastic SFMS
memories!

Student Falcon Club meeting Tuesday from 1:30-2pm.

All are invited to be a part of the SFMS

*Title I Family Night* *“BINGO Night”*

Tuesday, February 26th 6:00-7:00 pm

Come play walking BINGO around our school for a chance to win prizes! Win
snacks, too! All students and their families are welcome to attend.

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School, Saturday, February 16,
7:45-2:30.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 12

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 14

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

FEBRUARY

11th-15th MAP Testing, Grades 5 – 8

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th @ Two Rivers, 8th grade
Home

16 FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School,
7:45-2:30.

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

*12*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

Lasagna

Wg Twisted Breadstick

*PIZZA PLAZA*

COOKS CHOICE

OR

Big Daddy

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

CHICKEN BACON RANCH

Hamburger Bun

Swiss Cheese

Sliced Bacon

Breaded Chicken Patty

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

Croissant

*SALAD*

Southwest Salad

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Italian Salad

Peaches

Fresh Veggies

*GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR*
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/8/2019 Announcements
February 8th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/8/2019*

Today is the final day of National School Counseling Week. Your school
counselors, like everyone in our school, is here to make a difference in
your life. We want to help you learn wise lessons, achieve your goals and
become better human beings. As Dr. Seuss says, Be sure when you step, step
with care and great tact. And remember that life’s A Great Balancing Act.
And will you succeed? Yes! You will, indeed! Our door is always open and we
are ready to help you. Nothing is too big or small for us. Thank you for
celebrating National School Counseling Week with us. Have a terrific and
safe weekend!

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

*Congratulations to our Geography Grade Level Finalists, School Level
Finalists, and our School Champion! *

*Our Grade Level Finalists include;*

*Grade 5~ *Abby, Logan, McClaren, Jameson, SYdney, Marley, Jack, Rowan,
Savannah, and Lucas.

*Grade 6~ *Kevin, Tristen, Davis, Virginia, Stephen, Kameron, Timmy, Piper,
Cole, and Sawyer.

*Grade 7~ *Katye, Holden, Erin, Sadie, Amalia, Autumn, Kiely,
Aliyah, Cambren, Trace and Brady.

*Grade 8~ *Noah, Jack, Colton, Reid, Anika, Alli, Logan, Brooke, Mallory,
and Riann.

*Our School Level Finalists include;*

*Grade 5~* Lucas, Sudney, and Rowan

*Grade 6~ *Kevin, Davis, and Tristan

*Grade 7~* Aliyah, Erin, Autumn

*Grade 8~* Logan, Alli, and Jack.

*Our School Champion and Runner Up!*

*Runner up~ *Logan M

*School Champion~ *Rowan O. Rowan has completed the online qualifying test
to determine is he will be invited to attend the State Geo Bee later this
spring. *Congratulations to All!*

FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School, Saturday, February 16,
7:45-2:30.

IMPORTANT YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENT

Remember SFMS families, this week is the last week to purchase a 2018-2019
yearbook for only $20. After today, the base price for yearbooks will be
$25. Yearbooks can be purchased online via the Josten’s site (linked to the
Forms for Families page of the school website), or order forms (available
online or in the office) can be handed in to Ms. Dekanich or the Middle
School Office. Don’t miss out on the chance to capture all of this school
year’s special memories!

*Candygrams are coming! *All this week at all grade level lunches,
students will be able to purchase and fill out a Valentine for 50 cents.
Then Student Council will add a big lip or heart sucker to it anddeliver it
to the recipient on Valentines Day, Feb. 14. There will not be a Green Day
for suckers this year, so you’ll have to get them by buying Valentines at
lunch all this week!

*Student Council Members*, our next meeting is Monday, Feb. 11th, for
anyone who can make it. We will be working on Candygrams for

delivery by Valentines Day.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/8

F

No Rehearsal

2/11

M

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 11th~ Winter MAP Testing All Middle School Students

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 12

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 14

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/11

7:30

175

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and our students here at SFMS
are busy making memories every day. You can help preserve those memories by
purchasing a yearbook today!

Until February 8, the SFMS all-color yearbook will only be $20 (without
customization or add-on purchases). Yearbooks can be ordered online here
<www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1252798/Sheboygan-Falls-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018070604191479374/CATALOG_SHOP/>,
or you can print this form
<www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us/Forms/MiddleSchool/yearbook-order-form.pdf>
and
return it to the middle school office.

Additionally, if you attend any middle school events this year, please
consider sharing any photos you take with our yearbook staff using the ReplayIt
site <www.replayit.com/#/home> or app. We want to make sure we
capture as many wonderful middle school memories as possible, and your
photo contributions can help us do just that!

Health Tip:
*Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!*

· *Limit time you’re outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.* Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

· *Dress in several layers of loose, warm clothing.* Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and
rain. Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change
out of wet clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as
possible.

· *Wear a hat or headband that fully covers your ears.* Heavy woolen
or windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

· *Wear mittens rather than gloves.* Mittens provide better
protection. Or try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material
(such as polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

· *Wear socks and sock liners that fit well, wick moisture and
provide insulation.*You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the
foot warmers don’t make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

· *Watch for signs of frostbite.* Early signs of frostbite include
red or pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice
signs of frostbite.

· *Plan to protect yourself.* When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you’ll
be in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

· *Eat well-balanced meals and stay hydrated.* Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

· *Keep moving.* Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you
stay warm

FEBRUARY

8 MS Dance 3:15-5:15

*11 Student Council Mtg*

11th-15th MAP Testing, Grades 5 – 8

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Plymouth

16 FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School,
7:45-2:30.

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

8

*MEATBALL SUB*

Meatballs

Marinara Sauce

Mozzarella

Sub Bun

*PIZZA PLAZA*

6″ Pepporoni pizza

6″ Round Cheese Pizza

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

*CHICKEN CORDON BLEU*

SANDWICH

Breaded Chicken Patty

Swiss Cheese

Ham Slice

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

Pbj

*SALAD*

TACO SALAD

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

STEAMED CORN

Sweet Potato Fries

TROPICAL FRUIT

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/7/2019 Announcements
February 6th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/7/2019*

Today is a part of National School Counseling Week. Today’s message is
about lessons shared. A wise woman once said, “Sharing is a wonderful
thing, especially to those you’ve shared with.” When we have gained lessons
through experiences and situations, many times we hold them close to us.
Don’t get me wrong; sometimes these lessons are private and should remain
confidential. However there are times when a lesson you learned, if shared,
can help a fellow student. Here are some examples: when you learn about a
more effective way to take notes to prepare for an upcoming exam – share
it. When you discover a better way to tackle time management challenges –
share it. When you find ways to be a better friend – share it. As your
school counselors, we take pride in sharing our life lessons with our
students at the MS. Remember, sharing is caring!

The 8th Grade has been given an opportunity to raise money for their 8th
grade trip at the end of the school year. Each card sells for $36 dollars
and includes 5-count washes. Each student will receive $16 for each card
sold and that money goes directly in their account for the trip. Selling 5
cards will pay for the trip. Selling 1-4 cards will contribute to the
account with less out of pocket at time of signing up for the field trip.

Fundraiser forms were sent home with 8th grade students last week. The due
date with FULL PAYMENT is due February 27. If you do not have an 8th grade
student, but would still like to purchase a card, please contact the Middle
School office.

*Congratulations to our Geography Grade Level Finalists, School Level
Finalists, and our School Champion! *

*Our Grade Level Finalists include;*

*Grade 5~ *Abby, Logan, McClaren, Jameson, SYdney, Marley, Jack, Rowan,
Savannah, and Lucas.

*Grade 6~ *Kevin, Tristen, Davis, Virginia, Stephen, Kameron, Timmy, Piper,
Cole, and Sawyer.

*Grade 7~ *Katye, Holden, Erin, Sadie, Amalia, Autumn, Kiely,
Aliyah, Cambren, Trace and Brady.

*Grade 8~ *Noah, Jack, Colton, Reid, Anika, Alli, Logan, Brooke, Mallory,
and Riann.

*Our School Level Finalists include;*

*Grade 5~* Lucas, Sudney, and Rowan

*Grade 6~ *Kevin, Davis, and Tristan

*Grade 7~* Aliyah, Erin, Autumn

*Grade 8~* Logan, Alli, and Jack.

*Our School Champion and Runner Up!*

*Runner up~ *Logan M

*School Champion~ *Rowan O. Rowan has completed the online qualifying test
to determine is he will be invited to attend the State Geo Bee later this
spring. *Congratulations to All!*

FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School, Saturday, February 16,
7:45-2:30.

IMPORTANT YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENT

Remember SFMS families, this week is the last week to purchase a 2018-2019
yearbook for only $20. After this Friday, the base price for yearbooks will
be $25. Yearbooks can be purchased online via the Josten’s site (linked to
the Forms for Families page of the school website), or order forms
(available online or in the office) can be handed in to Ms. Dekanich or the
Middle School Office. Don’t miss out on the chance to capture all of this
school year’s special memories!

*Student Council Members – *
Student Council Members – We are still in need of members to work 15-minute
shifts at the dance this Friday. Please return your sign-up forms to Mrs.
Powers as soon as possible.

*Candygrams are coming! *All this week at all grade level lunches,
students will be able to purchase and fill out a Valentine for 50 cents.
Then Student Council will add a big lip or heart sucker to it anddeliver it
to the recipient on Valentines Day, Feb. 14. There will not be a Green Day
for suckers this year, so you’ll have to get them by buying Valentines at
lunch all this week!

*Student Council Members*, our next meeting is Monday, Feb. 11th, for
anyone who can make it. We will be working on Candygrams for

delivery by Valentines Day.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

8th Grade Baby Pictures for Yearbook

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and so is the creation of this
year’s SFMS Yearbook!

Our yearbook staff will be continuing the tradition of incorporating into
our memory book baby pictures of our eighth grade class.

Photos can be shared with the yearbook adviser, Courtney Dekanich, via
email at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us. Any photos you are incapable
of submitting digitally can be sent to school in hard copy and brought to
Ms. Dekanich’s classroom (245). All hard-copy photos will be returned as
soon as possible.

Please make sure to send only one baby picture per student. All photos
should be sent to the yearbook adviser by February 1, 2019.

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/7

TH

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/8

F

No Rehearsal

2/11

M

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 11th~ Winter MAP Testing All Middle School Students

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

*SFMS Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

*February-March*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks.

Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Thurs Feb 7

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 12

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 14

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 19

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 21

Rehearsal

Tues Feb 26

Rehearsal

Thurs Feb 28

Rehearsal

Tues Mar 5

Rehearsal

Thurs Mar 7

Rehearsal

Sat Mar 9

8:00 AM

Solo & Ensemble Festival – Kiel HS

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/11

7:30

175

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and our students here at SFMS
are busy making memories every day. You can help preserve those memories by
purchasing a yearbook today!

Until February 8, the SFMS all-color yearbook will only be $20 (without
customization or add-on purchases). Yearbooks can be ordered online here
<www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1252798/Sheboygan-Falls-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018070604191479374/CATALOG_SHOP/>,
or you can print this form
<www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us/Forms/MiddleSchool/yearbook-order-form.pdf>
and
return it to the middle school office.

Additionally, if you attend any middle school events this year, please
consider sharing any photos you take with our yearbook staff using the ReplayIt
site <www.replayit.com/#/home> or app. We want to make sure we
capture as many wonderful middle school memories as possible, and your
photo contributions can help us do just that!

Health Tip:
*Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!*

· *Limit time you’re outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.* Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

· *Dress in several layers of loose, warm clothing.* Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and
rain. Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change
out of wet clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as
possible.

· *Wear a hat or headband that fully covers your ears.* Heavy woolen
or windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

· *Wear mittens rather than gloves.* Mittens provide better
protection. Or try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material
(such as polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

· *Wear socks and sock liners that fit well, wick moisture and
provide insulation.*You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the
foot warmers don’t make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

· *Watch for signs of frostbite.* Early signs of frostbite include
red or pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice
signs of frostbite.

· *Plan to protect yourself.* When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you’ll
be in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

· *Eat well-balanced meals and stay hydrated.* Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

· *Keep moving.* Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you
stay warm

FEBRUARY

7 Girls Basketball Sheboygan Farnsworth @ SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

*11 Student Council Mtg*

11th-15th MAP Testing, Grades 5 – 8

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Plymouth

16 FBLA Regionals, Menomonee Falls High School,
7:45-2:30.

18th – 21st MAP Make-Up Testing, Grades 5 – 8

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

7

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

*National Chicken Alfredo Day*

Diced Chicken

Alfredo Sauce

Rotini

Wg Twisted Breadstick

*PIZZA PLAZA*

Stuffed Crust Cheese Pizza

Stuffed Crust Pepperoni Pizza

Stuffed Crust Sausage Pizza

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

WINGS

WITH

SAUCES

*FALCON CAFE*

*SANDWICH*

Sub Sandwich

*SALAD*

Chef Salad

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Fresh Veggies

Warm Apples

CRUMB TOPPING

Broccoli

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/5/19 Announcements
February 5th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/5/2019*

Today is the first day of National School Counseling Week. Our focus for
the week is “Providing Lessons for Life.” Author Deepak Chopra once said
“The way you think, the way you behave, the way you eat, can influence your
life by 30 to 50 years.” Your school counselors are here to help you think
through how you want your life’s journey to be for 50 or more years. Make
it a great day!

Attention All 8th Grade Families: If you have not already submitted a baby
picture for the yearbook for your student, please do so by February 28.
Pictures can be emailed to yearbook adviser Courtney Dekanich at
cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us, or can be brought to her classroom in
hard copy.

IMPORTANT YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENT

Remember SFMS families, this week is the last week to purchase a 2018-2019
yearbook for only $20. After this Friday, the base price for yearbooks will
be $25. Yearbooks can be purchased online via the Josten’s site (linked to
the Forms for Families page of the school website), or order forms
(available online or in the office) can be handed in to Ms. Dekanich or the
Middle School Office. Don’t miss out on the chance to capture all of this
school year’s special memories!

*Student Council Members – *We are still in need of two parent volunteers
for the dance and members to work 15-minute shifts. Please return your
sign-up forms to Mrs. Powers as soon as possible.

The next Falcon Store will be February 5th so start earning those Falcon
Feathers and we will see you there!

*Candygrams are coming! *All next week at all grade level lunches,
students will be able to purchase and fill out a Valentine for 50 cents.
Then Student Council will add a big lip or heart sucker to it and deliver
it to the recipient on Valentines Day, Feb. 14. There will *not* be a
Green Day for suckers this year, so you’ll have to get them by buying
Valentines at lunch all next week!

*Student Council Members*, our Feb. 4th meeting is moved to Feb. 11th so we
can work on Candygrams for delivery by Valentines Day. So, no meeting on
Feb. 4th, but we will meet on Feb. 11th for anyone who can make it.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

8th Grade Baby Pictures for Yearbook

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and so is the creation of this
year’s SFMS Yearbook!

Our yearbook staff will be continuing the tradition of incorporating into
our memory book baby pictures of our eighth grade class.

Photos can be shared with the yearbook adviser, Courtney Dekanich, via
email at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us. Any photos you are incapable
of submitting digitally can be sent to school in hard copy and brought to
Ms. Dekanich’s classroom (245). All hard-copy photos will be returned as
soon as possible.

Please make sure to send only one baby picture per student. All photos
should be sent to the yearbook adviser by February 1, 2019.

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

The Preamble – Dance Chorus 2

175

2/6

W

No Rehearsal

2/7

TH

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/8

F

No Rehearsal

2/11

M

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 11th~ Winter MAP Testing All Middle School Students

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/11

7:30

175

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/6

7:15

175

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

*Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks. Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 5

8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Clinic/Concert Generations Intergenerational Center

Plymouth, WI

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and our students here at SFMS
are busy making memories every day. You can help preserve those memories by
purchasing a yearbook today!

Until February 8, the SFMS all-color yearbook will only be $20 (without
customization or add-on purchases). Yearbooks can be ordered online here
<www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1252798/Sheboygan-Falls-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018070604191479374/CATALOG_SHOP/>,
or you can print this form
<www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us/Forms/MiddleSchool/yearbook-order-form.pdf>
and
return it to the middle school office.

Additionally, if you attend any middle school events this year, please
consider sharing any photos you take with our yearbook staff using the ReplayIt
site <www.replayit.com/#/home> or app. We want to make sure we
capture as many wonderful middle school memories as possible, and your
photo contributions can help us do just that!

Health Tip:
*Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!*

· *Limit time you’re outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.* Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

· *Dress in several layers of loose, warm clothing.* Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and
rain. Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change
out of wet clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as
possible.

· *Wear a hat or headband that fully covers your ears.* Heavy woolen
or windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

· *Wear mittens rather than gloves.* Mittens provide better
protection. Or try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material
(such as polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

· *Wear socks and sock liners that fit well, wick moisture and
provide insulation.*You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the
foot warmers don’t make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

· *Watch for signs of frostbite.* Early signs of frostbite include
red or pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice
signs of frostbite.

· *Plan to protect yourself.* When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you’ll
be in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

· *Eat well-balanced meals and stay hydrated.* Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

· *Keep moving.* Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you
stay warm

FEBRUARY

5 Girls Basketball vs. Sheboygan Horace Mann at
SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

7 Girls Basketball Sheboygan Farnsworth @ SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

*11 Student Council Mtg*

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Plymouth

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

5

*National Frozen Yogurt Day*

*FALCON CAFE*

*AROUND THE WORLD*

WESTERN BACON CHEESE BURGER

Hamburger Bun

Cheese Slice

Hamburger

Sliced Bacon

ONION RINGS

*PIZZA PLAZA*

COOKS CHOICE

Big Daddy

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Breaded Chicken Patty

OR

Spicy Chicken

Hamburger Bun

*FALCON EXPRESS*

*SANDWICH*

Croissant

*SALAD*

Chicken Bruschetta

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Steamed Vegetables

Seasoned Wedges

Mixed Fruit

Frozen JonnyPop

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/4/19 Announcements
February 4th, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/4/2019*

Today is the first day of National School Counseling Week. Our focus for
the week is “Providing Lessons for Life.” Author Deepak Chopra once said
“The way you think, the way you behave, the way you eat, can influence your
life by 30 to 50 years.” Your school counselors are here to help you think
through how you want your life’s journey to be for 50 or more years. Make
it a great day!

Attention All 8th Grade Families: If you have not already submitted a baby
picture for the yearbook for your student, please do so by February 28.
Pictures can be emailed to yearbook adviser Courtney Dekanich at
cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us, or can be brought to her classroom in
hard copy.

IMPORTANT YEARBOOK ANNOUNCEMENT

Remember SFMS families, this week is the last week to purchase a 2018-2019
yearbook for only $20. After this Friday, the base price for yearbooks will
be $25. Yearbooks can be purchased online via the Josten’s site (linked to
the Forms for Families page of the school website), or order forms
(available online or in the office) can be handed in to Ms. Dekanich or the
Middle School Office. Don’t miss out on the chance to capture all of this
school year’s special memories!

*Student Council Members – *We are still in need of two parent volunteers
for the dance and members to work 15-minute shifts. Please return your
sign-up forms to Mrs. Powers as soon as possible.

The next Falcon Store will be February 5th so start earning those Falcon
Feathers and we will see you there!

*Candygrams are coming! *All next week at all grade level lunches,
students will be able to purchase and fill out a Valentine for 50 cents.
Then Student Council will add a big lip or heart sucker to it and deliver
it to the recipient on Valentines Day, Feb. 14. There will *not* be a
Green Day for suckers this year, so you’ll have to get them by buying
Valentines at lunch all next week!

*Student Council Members*, our Feb. 4th meeting is moved to Feb. 11th so we
can work on Candygrams for delivery by Valentines Day. So, no meeting on
Feb. 4th, but we will meet on Feb. 11th for anyone who can make it.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

8th Grade Baby Pictures for Yearbook

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and so is the creation of this
year’s SFMS Yearbook!

Our yearbook staff will be continuing the tradition of incorporating into
our memory book baby pictures of our eighth grade class.

Photos can be shared with the yearbook adviser, Courtney Dekanich, via
email at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us. Any photos you are incapable
of submitting digitally can be sent to school in hard copy and brought to
Ms. Dekanich’s classroom (245). All hard-copy photos will be returned as
soon as possible.

Please make sure to send only one baby picture per student. All photos
should be sent to the yearbook adviser by February 1, 2019.

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/4

M

3:05-4:00

Conjunction Junction- Dance Chorus 2 (Leads will be shared between both
places)

Stage

2/4

M

3:05-4:00

Elbow Room – Dance Chorus 1

175

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

The Preamble – Dance Chorus 2

175

2/6

W

No Rehearsal

2/7

TH

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/8

F

No Rehearsal

2/11

M

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 11th~ Winter MAP Testing All Middle School Students

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/11

7:30

175

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/6

7:15

175

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

*Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks. Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 5

8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Clinic/Concert Generations Intergenerational Center

Plymouth, WI

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and our students here at SFMS
are busy making memories every day. You can help preserve those memories by
purchasing a yearbook today!

Until February 8, the SFMS all-color yearbook will only be $20 (without
customization or add-on purchases). Yearbooks can be ordered online here
<www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1252798/Sheboygan-Falls-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018070604191479374/CATALOG_SHOP/>,
or you can print this form
<www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us/Forms/MiddleSchool/yearbook-order-form.pdf>
and
return it to the middle school office.

Additionally, if you attend any middle school events this year, please
consider sharing any photos you take with our yearbook staff using the ReplayIt
site <www.replayit.com/#/home> or app. We want to make sure we
capture as many wonderful middle school memories as possible, and your
photo contributions can help us do just that!

Health Tip:
*Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!*

· *Limit time you’re outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.* Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

· *Dress in several layers of loose, warm clothing.* Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and
rain. Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change
out of wet clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as
possible.

· *Wear a hat or headband that fully covers your ears.* Heavy woolen
or windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

· *Wear mittens rather than gloves.* Mittens provide better
protection. Or try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material
(such as polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

· *Wear socks and sock liners that fit well, wick moisture and
provide insulation.*You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the
foot warmers don’t make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

· *Watch for signs of frostbite.* Early signs of frostbite include
red or pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice
signs of frostbite.

· *Plan to protect yourself.* When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you’ll
be in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

· *Eat well-balanced meals and stay hydrated.* Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

· *Keep moving.* Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you
stay warm

FEBRUARY

4 Makeup MS basketball game

5 Girls Basketball vs. Sheboygan Horace Mann at
SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

7 Girls Basketball Sheboygan Farnsworth @ SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

*11 Student Council Mtg*

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Plymouth

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

4 *FALCON CAFÉ AROUND THE WORLD*

Hot Dog

(2) Wg Hot Dog Bun

ChiliCheese Sauce

*PIZZA PLAZA*

French Bread Pizza

WITH MARINARA

Pepperoni Garlic Bread

WITH MARINARA

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Hamburger

Hamburger Bun

Cheese Slice

*FALCON EXPRESS*

Wrap

*SALAD*

Crisp Chicken Salad

*SOUP*

Chicken Tortilla

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Baked Chips

ROASTER BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Apple

Peanut Butter Cup

Grape Tomatoes

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR

Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885

2/1/19 Announcements
February 1st, 2019

*Sheboygan Falls Middle School*

*Student Announcements*

*2/1/2019*

*Student Council Members – *We are still in need of two parent volunteers
for the dance and members to work 15-minute shifts. Please return your
sign-up forms to Mrs. Powers as soon as possible.

Due to school cancellations this week, the Student Council sponsored dance
that was scheduled for Friday, Feb. 1, has been moved to Friday, Feb. 8.
The same permission slips may be used. Dance tickets will be sold next
week during all grade level lunches.

The next Falcon Store will be February 5th so start earning those Falcon
Feathers and we will see you there!

*Candygrams are coming! *All next week at all grade level lunches,
students will be able to purchase and fill out a Valentine for 50 cents.
Then Student Council will add a big lip or heart sucker to it and deliver
it to the recipient on Valentines Day, Feb. 14. There will *not* be a
Green Day for suckers this year, so you’ll have to get them by buying
Valentines at lunch all next week!

*Student Council Members*, our Feb. 4th meeting is moved to Feb. 11th so we
can work on Candygrams for delivery by Valentines Day. So, no meeting on
Feb. 4th, but we will meet on Feb. 11th for anyone who can make it.

*No school on February 22nd : Blue Harbor Breaker Bay is offering $10
admission and $6 for a food vouchers. *

8th Grade Baby Pictures for Yearbook

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and so is the creation of this
year’s SFMS Yearbook!

Our yearbook staff will be continuing the tradition of incorporating into
our memory book baby pictures of our eighth grade class.

Photos can be shared with the yearbook adviser, Courtney Dekanich, via
email at cmdekanich@sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us. Any photos you are incapable
of submitting digitally can be sent to school in hard copy and brought to
Ms. Dekanich’s classroom (245). All hard-copy photos will be returned as
soon as possible.

Please make sure to send only one baby picture per student. All photos
should be sent to the yearbook adviser by February 1, 2019.

The 2018-19 MS play will be March 14, 15 & 16.

*Rehearsal Schedule*

*Date*

*Day*

*Time*

*Agenda*

*Location*

2/1

F

3:05-4:00

Conjunction Junction- Dance Chorus 2 (Leads will be shared between both
places)

Stage

2/1

F

3:05-4:00

The Great American Melting Pot – Dance Chorus 3

175

2/4

M

3:05-4:00

Conjunction Junction- Dance Chorus 2 (Leads will be shared between both
places)

Stage

2/4

M

3:05-4:00

Elbow Room – Dance Chorus 1

175

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/5

T

3:05-4:00

The Preamble – Dance Chorus 2

175

2/6

W

No Rehearsal

2/7

TH

3:05-4:00

Interplanet Janet – Dance Chorus 3(Leads will be shared between both places)

Stage

2/8

F

No Rehearsal

2/11

M

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/12

T

No Rehearsal

2/13

W

No Rehearsal

2/14

TH

3:05-4:00

Interjections – Everyone

Stage (Mrs. C will pull leads to block some items)

2/15

F

3:05-4:30

Friday/Saturday Night Cast – Everyone (1st Half)

Stage

Please view the information regarding upcoming auditions for Dare to Dream
Theatre’s spring production “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse”
Www.daretodreamtheatre.com <www.daretodreamtheatre.com/>

School House Rock the Musical is here! It is now time to sign-up for the
musical *School House Rock Live Jr.*- March 14th-16th. Students who are
interested in being part of the musical will need a $40 fee, a
concussion form (office), and a code of conduction form (office). Typical
rehearsals run from 3:05-4:30 pm and 3:05-5:30 pm the week of the show.
Thanks and we look forward to a great show!

*2018/2019 *

*Music Lab Schedules*

Choir Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1cNkKNxZ6arBEYFlMfMfqoYmhikNesCKEw4y0l6ptNto/edit?usp=sharing>

Band Labs
<docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1_2eh9Z9zCrkV-VWmN7MObq5TUrSnJV8bO5nR5mmObl8/edit?usp=sharing>

Week of February 11th~ Winter MAP Testing All Middle School Students

Week of February 18th~ Winter MAP Make-Up Testing

Uke Club

Date

Time

Room

2/11

7:30

175

2/18

7:30

175

2/25

7:30

175

3/11

7:30

175

Show Choir Rehearsal

Date

Time

Room

2/6

7:15

175

2/13

7:15

175

2/15

7:15

175

2/20

7:15

175

2/27

7:15

175

3/1

7:15

175

3/6

7:15

175

3/8

7:15

175

*Jazz Ensemble Schedule*

Rehearsals are scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. in the Middle School Band
Room.

Parents should use the Elementary School drop off/pick up loop and drop
students off by the MS bike racks. Door #6 will be open at 6:50 a.m.

Tues Feb 5

8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Clinic/Concert Generations Intergenerational Center

Plymouth, WI

The 2018-2019 school year is well underway, and our students here at SFMS
are busy making memories every day. You can help preserve those memories by
purchasing a yearbook today!

Until February 8, the SFMS all-color yearbook will only be $20 (without
customization or add-on purchases). Yearbooks can be ordered online here
<www.jostens.com/apps/store/productBrowse/1252798/Sheboygan-Falls-Middle-School/2019-Yearbook/2018070604191479374/CATALOG_SHOP/>,
or you can print this form
<www.sheboyganfalls.k12.wi.us/Forms/MiddleSchool/yearbook-order-form.pdf>
and
return it to the middle school office.

Additionally, if you attend any middle school events this year, please
consider sharing any photos you take with our yearbook staff using the ReplayIt
site <www.replayit.com/#/home> or app. We want to make sure we
capture as many wonderful middle school memories as possible, and your
photo contributions can help us do just that!

Health Tip:
*Frost Bite Prevention tips from your nurses!*

· *Limit time you’re outdoors in cold, wet or windy weather.* Pay
attention to weather forecasts and wind chill readings. In very cold, windy
weather, exposed skin can develop frostbite in a matter of minutes.

· *Dress in several layers of loose, warm clothing.* Air trapped
between the layers of clothing acts as insulation against the cold. Wear
windproof and waterproof outer garments to protect against wind, snow and
rain. Choose undergarments that wick moisture away from your skin. Change
out of wet clothing — particularly gloves, hats and socks — as soon as
possible.

· *Wear a hat or headband that fully covers your ears.* Heavy woolen
or windproof materials make the best headwear for cold protection.

· *Wear mittens rather than gloves.* Mittens provide better
protection. Or try a thin pair of glove liners made of a wicking material
(such as polypropylene) under a pair of heavier gloves or mittens.

· *Wear socks and sock liners that fit well, wick moisture and
provide insulation.*You might also try hand and foot warmers. Be sure the
foot warmers don’t make your boots too tight, restricting blood flow.

· *Watch for signs of frostbite.* Early signs of frostbite include
red or pale skin, prickling, and numbness. Seek warm shelter if you notice
signs of frostbite.

· *Plan to protect yourself.* When traveling in cold weather, carry
emergency supplies and warm clothing in case you become stranded. If you’ll
be in remote territory, tell others your route and expected return date.

· *Eat well-balanced meals and stay hydrated.* Doing this even
before you go out in the cold will help you stay warm.

· *Keep moving.* Exercise can get the blood flowing and help you
stay warm

FEBRUARY

5 Girls Basketball vs. Sheboygan Horace Mann at
SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

7 Girls Basketball Sheboygan Farnsworth @ SF

*7th grade at ES/8th grade at MS*

*11 Student Council Mtg*

12 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Sheboygan Urban

14 Girls Basketball 7th & 8th at Plymouth

19 Wrestling @ Plymouth – 4:00 p.m.

22 No School – Professional Development for
Teachers

26 Wrestling at New Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

28 Wrestling at Reedsville – 4:00 p.m.

MARCH

5 Wrestling at home – 4:00 p.m.

7 Wrestling at Brillion – 4:00 p.m.

9 MS Solo and Ensemble – Kiel MS

11 Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00 p.m.

12 Wrestling Conference Tournament at New
Holstein – 4:00 p.m.

12-18 Book Fair

14 MS Play Performance for 5/6 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play – 7:00 p.m. – MS Auditorium

15 MS Play Performance for 7/8 – 1:00 p.m. –
Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle
School

16 MS Play & Art Show – 1:00 p.m. – Middle School

MS Play & Art Show – 7:00 p.m. – Middle School

25-29 No School – Spring Break

*February Lunch Menu*

4 *FALCON CAFÉ AROUND THE WORLD*

Hot Dog

(2) Wg Hot Dog Bun

ChiliCheese Sauce

*PIZZA PLAZA*

French Bread Pizza

WITH MARINARA

Pepperoni Garlic Bread

WITH MARINARA

*BURGERS & BEYOND*

Hamburger

Hamburger Bun

Cheese Slice

*FALCON EXPRESS*

Wrap

*SALAD*

Crisp Chicken Salad

*SOUP*

Chicken Tortilla

*SIDES FOR ALL MEALS*

Baked Chips

ROASTER BUTTERNUT SQUASH

Apple

Peanut Butter Cup

Grape Tomatoes

GARDEN FRESH SALAD BAR
Katie L. Miller
Administrative Assistant, SFMS
2 Alfred W. Miley Avenue
Sheboygan Falls, WI 53085
phone: 920-467-7880 fax:920-467-7885