Congratulations to the U-High baseball team on their 5-3 nonconference victory over Tremont on Wednesday! Billy Mote and Ryan Poland had two hits each. Own Martin pitched five innings and earned the win as pitcher. The team is now 3-1. Way to go Pioneers!
Monday, March 20
Chicken Parmesan w/ Spaghetti ($4.25)
Tuesday, March 21
Hamburger ($2.75) & Cheeseburger ($3.25)
Wednesday, March 22
Bagel Melt ($1.75)
Thursday, March 23
Mac & Cheese ($1.75)
Friday, March 24
Pasta Bar ($3.75) & Breadsticks ($.50)
Happy birthday today to Emma Stroh, Emily Swigart and Cole Tandy!
Boys Track & Field – U-High Cogdal Relays @ ISU Horton Field House at 9:00 am
Girls Track & Field – U-High Cogdal Relays @ ISU Horton Field House at 9:00 am
Boys Track & Field – Illinois Prep Top Times at TBD @ IWU Shirk Center
Girls Track & Field – Illinois Prep Top Times at TBD @ IWU Shirk Center
Boys Tennis vs. Allman HS at 9:00 am @ Galesburg Racquet Club
Varsity Girls Soccer vs. Peoria Notre Dame HS at 11:00 am @ U-High Soccer Field
Fr. Baseball @ Herscher High School at 10:00 am
JV Baseball vs. Rochester High School at 11:00 am at TBD
JV Girls Soccer vs. Peoria Notre Dame HS at 12:30 am @ U-High Soccer Field
Fr. Baseball @ Herscher High School at 12:00 pm
JV Baseball vs. Rochester High School at 1:00 pm at TBD
Boys Tennis vs. Galesburg HS at 1:00 pm @ Galesburg Racquet Club
Varsity Girls Soccer – Intercity @ Bloomington HS at 4:30 pm
Summer school 2017 will begin June 5, 2017 and end July 7, 2017. Classes are $200 per class. Complete details are available in the summer school brochure. Registration for U-High students will not begin until April 24. Registration for all other students will begin May 1. When registration opens, students must have a completed registration form and payment in order to register for a class.
On this day in 1839, the initials “O.K.” are first published in The Boston Morning Post. Meant as an abbreviation for “oll korrect,” a popular slang misspelling of “all correct” at the time, OK steadily made its way into the everyday speech of Americans.