The Daily Knightline - Monday, April 26
Monday: Ham, mashed potatoes, savory carrots, dinner roll, applesauce, grapes
Tuesday: Chicken patty on bun, french fries, green bean casserole, mandarin oranges, banana
7:30 a.m. Cheerleading Tryouts
4:30 p.m. Golf vs. Gehlen Catholic at Landsmeer
4:30 p.m. Boys Soccer vs BHRV Away - Postponed to Friday, May 7
4:30 p.m. Girls Soccer vs BHRV at Unity
8:25 a.m. - 10:25 a.m. Aspire Testing for Freshmen and Sophomores
4:30 p.m. Cherokee Track Relays at Cherokee
7:00 p.m. Unity Society Meeting in The Knight Center
Unity Society Meeting will be held Tuesday, April 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Knight Center. A school report plus ratification of the 2021/22 school budget will be on the agenda as well as election of new school board members. All UCHS Society members are invited to attend. One nominee is to be elected from each of the following pairs below. All terms are four years. Absentee ballots and nominee profiles are available in the school office and at www.unitychristian.net.
2021 UCHS Board Nominees: (one to be elected from each duo)
Calvary CRC - Aaron Huizenga and Cheryl Tracy
Ireton/Hawarden/Lebanon - Amy Noyes and Dave Noteboom
At Large - Barb Stuit and Brenda Walhof
WEC All Conference Academic Award Recipients please meet by the office afternoon break to have your picture taken and receive your certificates. Thank you!
Cleanathon: There are extra envelopes in the office if you would like to distribute more of them. Thank you!
The new apparel online store is open now. It closes on May 3 at 10 a.m.
Cheerleading tryouts will be held on Monday, April 26, and on Thursday, April 29 at 7:30 a.m. each day.
Spring Sports Pictures are in and can be picked up in the office.
The Advanced Sculpture class will be firing ceramics in an outdoor pit firing in the near future. A variety of organic materials will leave a variety of colors on the pottery. Following is a list of materials that can be used: seaweed and driftwood (in Iowa?), dried banana peels, dried citrus fruits and skins, avocado skins and stones, pistachio shells and other nut shells, copper wire (to wrap around pots), coffee grounds, tea bags, horse hair. If you could save any of these materials and bring them to school in the next couple of weeks, it would be greatly appreciated. For the fruit peels that need to be dried, you could probably lay them out on your driveway on a sunny day. If they are not quite dry I can dry them more in an oven. Thank you, Rudy Folkerts