Today is Thursday, May 23rd.

 

Please stand for the pledge of allegiance, Vikings. (wait 4 seconds)

 

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. (wait 3 seconds)

 

We learn and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.

 

 Attention 8th grade students! Have you turned in your permission slip to attend the 8th grade cruise? Submit it to the office by FRIDAY, May 24. Need a permission slip? See Miss Molly.

 

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Today we will talk about Pasty Mink. She was the first woman of color and the first Asian-American woman elected to Congress, and is known for her work on legislation advancing women’s rights and education.

 

Please come to the student hut during your lunch today to pick up your prize!!

 

Attention all students. Batteries of all kinds should not be thrown away due to the risk of battery fires. There is a battery box for all battery drop-offs located in the front office. The Odle Green Team needs you to help us with this. We are collecting dead batteries of any kind.  Bring any dead and non-rechargeable batteries from home or from school. All batteries dropped off will be taken to a recycling facility to reduce the risk of battery fires.

 

Attention ALL National Junior Honor Society Members, it’s spring and that means that our chapter service project asks you to commit random acts of kindness at school and in your community. Kindness can be shown by helping others in little ways, saying kind things, and being a good listener and friend! Spread kindness this spring!

 

Hey 8th Graders! If you haven’t voted yet, check your email from Ms. Lizotte to vote for 8th Grade Superlatives (think: “most likely to…”)! The last day to vote is Thursday, so get your votes in by the end of the day!

 

All library books are due in 2 weeks on June 7th! If you don’t return your library books, there will be consequences! Fines will follow you into next year, meaning no dances, yearbooks, et cetera. If you have fines, pay them in the office.

 

The Lost & Found will be cleaned out at the end of the day on Friday, 5/24. Please stop by to collect lost coats, water bottles, lunch boxes, and more! Unclaimed items will be donated to charity, so come get your things right away OR…

Thank you for your donation!

 

 

Attention current 7th grade students. Would you like to apply to be an office assistant. Well we would love to have you! Look for applications in the front office starting Monday the 20th.

 

 

Calling all artists! We have one more Contest to wrap up the year. WE NEED A NEW VIKING DESIGN, for next year’s spirit wear.If you would like us to feature your art on year’s staff shirts, please stop by the office to pick up an entry form. Return it by the end of school, Friday 5/31/24. Show us some Odle pride and get your entry in, right away!

 

Attention 6th graders:

Camp is next week! Yay!

This Friday, during 7th period, all 6th graders will attend an assembly to learn about Camp Orkila and Camp Odle. On Friday, please go to the Upper Gym after you check in with your 7th period teacher.

 

Come see Beauty and the Beast at Sammamish High School! The final shows are tomorrow at 7pm and Saturday at 1pm and 7pm. Tickets are ten dollars for students. Come relive the beautiful music and enjoy seeing former Odle students and other high schoolers perform this fun musical!

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MS. REBECCA! Thank you for everything you do at Odle! We appreciate you.

 

Today’s clubs are Coding Club in room 251, Geography Club in room 207, and Fiber Club in room 119.

 

Today’s lunch is Alaskan pollock wedge with baked fries, a wheat roll, and tartar sauce.

 

Have a great day, everyone!

 

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.