Henry Sibley Daily Announcements
Daily announcements are read each day for students over the building address system. They are also posted below for reference.

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Attention all Warrior boys basketball fans – If you are attending the game tonight at Highland Park you will need your school ID with payment to get in or you can show your Campus face sheet on your phone.  No ID no admittance. Also, no backpacks will be allowed in the gym.

Posted by SSoine  On Dec 19, 2019 at 9:25 AM
  

Are you a junior or senior in need of credit recovery for Language Arts or Math? Night school forms are available in the Guidance Office and are due Friday, January 3rd. Stop in and see your School Counselor if you have any questions.

Attention Model UN participants. Registration for the 2020 Model UN Conference is due today. All registrations need to be completed online this year. Please see Ms. Morgan in C314 if you have any questions or need any additional information.

The Sibley Gymnastics Team beat South St. Paul last night in a dual meet. The girls had a team score of 114.825. We had some top finishers on each event as well. Senior Anna Beniek took 1st on Vault and Floor and 3rd on Beam. Freshman Marin Awada took 2nd on Floor. Freshman Ava Warford took 1st on Beam and Freshman Maddie Sura took 3rd on Bars! The girls had a good night!  Next home meet is Saturday January 18th!

The boys basketball team lost a very tight game at Highland Park last night 60-57. Start Winter break by coming out to Park Cottage Grove tonight to watch the boys and girls basketball doubleheader. The boys varsity game tips at 7:15pm.

Do you enjoy playing Volleyball? Here is an opportunity for you to raise money for your Relay for Life team. Stop into the Activities Office to pick up a participation form to play in Student Council's Volleyball Tournament, where all proceeds go toward our Relay for Life event on May 8th, 2020! It's $10 per participant - $5 goes to your individual fundraising account and $5 goes to the winning team! Forms and money are due Friday, January 10th, by 3:15 p.m. to the Activities Office.

 Your Henry Sibley Dance Teams will be competing at the Metro East Conference Championship tonight at South St Paul!  Please help this team dance to victory by filling the stands with Warrior Pride!  Competition begins at 6:30pm!  See you there!


Posted by SSoine  On Dec 20, 2019 at 9:31 AM
  

Get ready to HUSTLE•HIT•AND NEVER QUIT• because on January 12th, Student Council is hosting a Volleyball Tournament. Create a team of six, stop into the Activities Office for a participation form. All money raised will go towards you as an individual or team for Relay for Life. Bring your hustle because there will be a staff team!!

Credit recovery for session one of night school will begin next week for certain english and math courses. If this is an opportunity for you, stop into the Counseling Office to pick up your form.
 

Congratulations to your Henry Sibley Dance Team for dominating the Metro East Conference Tournament and becoming Conference Champions for the 9th time!   B-Squad took home 2nd place both categories; JV took home 1st place in both; Varsity took home 1st place as well!  Thanks to all our fans that were there supporting us!  We truly appreciate it!  

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 02, 2020 at 9:14 AM
  

If you want to go on next Friday's ski club tripr to Afton Alps, you must register by Tuesday, January 7.  Register through Community Ed, either on-line or in the district office.  If you have questions, talk to Skov.

After 8 straight games on the road, the Warrior boy's basketball team is finally back in action at home tonight. Come support the Warriors as they take on the defending Metro East champion Tartan Titans at 7pm.

The Riveters are hosting a Skate with the Riveters event this Saturday January 4th at Phalen Recreation Center in St. Paul  from 1 - 4:00 PM. Come on out and skate with your girls hockey team and play a little pick-up hockey! Concessions and raffle prizes will be available. 

Attention Warrior girls basketball fans traveling to Tartan don’t forget to bring your student ID with you.  You will need to show it when purchasing your ticket.

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 03, 2020 at 9:19 AM
  

ALMAS is cancelled today.

Attention anyone still interested in Model UN, the registration deadline has been extended until Thursday, January 16. Please see Ms. Morgan in room c314 for any questions about the Model UN registration process.

Sibley Ski and Snowboard club's first trip to Afton Alps is Friday, January 10.  You can register through community education, either on the website or in the district office.  If you have questions, talk to Mr. Skov.

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 06, 2020 at 9:24 AM
  

Students, your second semester schedules are now available to be viewed on your Campus portal. If you need to make any changes, now is the time. Make sure that you have your four core classes: math, science, english, and social studies. Once second semester starts, no changes will be made

Credit recovery for session one begins today! If you're still in need of credit recovery for a certain english and math course there is still an opportunity. If you are in need, stop into the Counseling Office to pick up your form and talk with your school counselor.

Have you signed up for the volleyball tournament this Sunday, January 12th, 3 - 6 p.m.

 Student Council is hosting a Volleyball Tournament, where all proceeds will go towards your way to staying on The Hill for Relay for Life event in May. Create a team of six, stop into the Activities Office for a participation form and lets play some volleyball Sunday.  Bring your hustle because there will be a staff team!! 

Come on out and support your girls hockey team as they take on Mahtomedi, JV at 5 and varsity at 7.  Help cheer them on to victory.  Good luck Riveters!!!

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 07, 2020 at 9:17 AM
  

The spring musical will have a short informational meeting next Wednesday, the 15th after school in the choir room. 

Attention anyone still interested in Model UN, the registration deadline has been extended until Thursday, January 16. Please see Ms. Morgan in room c314 for any questions about the Model UN registration process.

There will be no Page Warriors today.

Congratulations to the 9th grade A basketball team for their big win at Mahtomedi last night. The freshman continued their winning streak with improved team defense and rebounding."

The varsity boys basketball team gave Mahtomedi all they could handle last night on the road, but came up just short falling 61-55 to the Zephyrs. The boys are back in action Friday night at home against North St. Paul.

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 08, 2020 at 9:19 AM
  

Tomorrow is the LAST DAY to sign up for the Volleyball Tournament that Student Council is hosting. Look on Student Council's Instagram (@sibleystudco) to vote for the most creative team name. Whoever wins the most creative name gets an additional $20 towards their team. Stop into the Activities Office to pick up your participation form. Forms and money are due tomorrow, by 3:15 p.m.

Sibley Gymnastics competed against Simley last night.  They earned a team score of 119.575. A few girls had individual victories last night --  Senior Anna Beniek took 3rd on Vault, Sophomore Haley Redding took 1st on Beam, Sophomore Kira Dupaul took 1st on Bars, 2nd on Beam and was the 1st place All Arounder. Freshman Marin Awada took 2nd on Floor. Come check out the team on Saturday January 18th when they host the Sibley Invitational with 6 other teams!

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 09, 2020 at 9:48 AM
  

The spring musical will have a short informational meeting next Wednesday, the 15th after school in the choir room. 

Attention anyone still interested in Model UN, the registration deadline has been extended until Thursday, January 16. Please see Ms. Morgan in room c314 for any questions about the Model UN registration process.

Today is the LAST DAY for you to sign up and participate in Student Council's Volleyball Tournament. It's $10 a player - $5 immediately goes to you as an individual fundraiser and the other $5 goes towards the winning team. Get ready to HUSTLE•HIT•AND NEVER QUIT• Because we are determined to fight cancer and here is an awesome way to do this!

Jake Tschida won the 100 yard butterfly for the Warriors swim and dive team, but it was enough for the Warriors as the fell to St Thomas last night.

Congrats to the following students who placed at the BPA Regional competition yesterday:  Will Gydeson and Joseph Elskamp – 3rd in Global Marketing, Samantha Pinada – 5th in Payroll Accounting and Rowan Hanson and Brynn Ford – 1st in Broadcast News Production Team.

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 10, 2020 at 9:22 AM
  

The spring musical will have a short informational this Wednesday after school in the choir room. 

Attention all Students.  The Live Green Club would like to wish everyone the very best during finals.  Stay tuned to these announcements for more information about Live Green Week coming up the first week in February.  Good luck on your finals from Live Green! 

The Relay for Life Volleyball Tournament yesterday was OUTSTANDING; raising $350! Each team performed very well; nice work! Team All Set, the staff team, was the champions! After their first win, Captain Naughton shared some great wisdom to all, “It's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. And age is just a number”. 

All Set, broke some amazing records too! To name a few, Mr. Friberg had the most aces, TO dominated in winning all game points with his wicked spikes, Naughton had the most saves equalling to 42 (probably more than that). Erchul had a killer bump kill, followed by Sebastian and Kienitz setting the record in having the most spirit, hustle, and hops - they had 100 blocks! Make sure to congratulate them today (and maybe ask if they need ibuprofen)!

Look for the next event to come hosted by Student Council!

After school, all students need to be under the direct supervision of a teacher, coach or advisor. If you are not under the direct supervision of a teacher, coach or advisor you will need to exit the school and leave school property by 3:25 p.m. Please make arrangements to be picked up no later than 3:25 PM. If you want to work on homework or schoolwork you may go to the library until 4:10 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You must remain there until you leave. If you are working with a teacher after school, you must either leave the building or go to the exit and remain there until you are picked up no later than 15 minutes after you have completed your work with the teacher. Again, all students need to exit school property by 3:25 unless you are under the direct supervision of a teacher, coach or advisor.

Posted by SSoine  On Jan 13, 2020 at 9:24 AM
  
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