Treynor Education Association (TEA) will be presenting a Treynor School Board Election Forum on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. Six candidates are running for three 4-year positions: Bob Beattie, Amy Bierbaum, Keith Christensen, BJ Dreyer, Gina Mieska, and Stephen Winchell. They will each respond to questions asked by the TEA. Come and meet the candidates to learn more about them.
School board elections will be held on November 5, 2019. All eligible residents within the Treynor School District boundaries will vote at the location they normally vote for presidential elections. Click here to find your precinct/polling location.
"Whatever happened to the Box Tops for Education Program?" was recently asked, and the answer is "NOTHING". The next generation of Box Tops is here! Box Tops is changing to fit today's families. The new and improved Box Tops mobile app uses state-of-the-art technology to scan your store receipt, find participating products and instantly add Box Tops to your school's earnings online. Go to https://www.boxtops4education.com/ to read more and download the app.
Treynor Elementary School thanks you for participating.
2019 Middle School Red Ribbon Week will be October 21st through 25th. The theme is "Send a Message. Stay Drug Free". In addition to the dress-up days below, messages will be sent and/or read to the students during the week.
Monday: Send a Message - "Be Comfortable in Who You Are!" (It is no sweat to be drug-free - dress in sweats)
Tuesday: Send a Message - "Be Unique!" (Head to Toe I'm Drug Free - Dress in crazy hair and wild socks)
Wednesday: Send a Message - "Be Hip!" (Peace Out to Drugs - Dress in tie-dye)
Thursday: Send a Message - "Be Strong!" (Fight Drugs & Alcohol - Dress in Camo)
Friday: Send a Message - "Love Yourself!" (Show your love for Treynor - Dress in school spirit attire)
If you're looking for Red Ribbon Week Dress-Up Days for the Elementary, click here to view their days.
It's Socktober and we need your help. Third grade is collecting socks to be given to Open Door Mission at the end of the month. Drop off boxes for sock donations can be found in the third grade pod or high school office. Deadline is October 31st. Watch the following videos if you need inspiration.
Please support the Class of 2021 as they raise funds for the Treynor Jr.-Sr. Prom, “A Night in Vegas.” The junior class is selling Treynor Academic School Calendars and Driveway Spirit Painting. The funds raised go to cover the dinner and dance, which is an expense covered from school sponsored fundraising. Fundraising for post prom is handled by the junior class parents.
Academic calendars are being sold and run from August 2019-July 2020. Each month features full-color unique and beautiful photos of THS facilities, grounds, and community area shots. Cost of calendars is $15. See the image examples to see what the calendar looks like. The calendars are in stock and ready to sell. Contact any junior student to get one or email Ms. Abbott at email@example.com and she can send a junior your way.
Driveway painting is being offered and will be done using a stencil and permanent paint on cement driveways. The design will be centered near the bottom of the driveway. The “T” will be RED (size 20” L X 18.6” W), and the “CARDINALS” will be BLACK (size 7” L X 34’ W). The payment and adult signature must be collected before painting is completed. Fill out the order form and return to the high school office or any junior student. Cost of driveway painting is $40. All checks should be made payable to Treynor High School.
Thank you for supporting this memorable event!
10/2/19: Cardinal Chatter is now called "Treynor Press". The Media Communications class, taught by Mrs. Erica Schnepel, is in charge of the news featured. Check out the Treynor Press Facebook page and Twitter account for their social media feeds for on-time information. Check out the Treynor Press Website for their latest news articles.