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September 28, 2020
 

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What's for lunch?

Here's Ada Schools October menus

The Ada school October lunch menu is now on the Icon.

It begins with peanut butter and jelly sandwich with cheese sticks for Kindergarten through fifth grade and mini-turkey subs with yogurt for sixth grade through seniors.

The month ends with a variety of pizza and assorted veggies.

Click here to view the entire October lunch menu.

So, you think you know Ada - here's the answer

So, you think you know Ada. The answer to "Society" is below. It's part of the message on the Ada school wall reading: Children are the tomorrow of society.

So, you think you know Ada

So, you think you know Ada. Okay, where will you find this? Answer tomorrow.

Ada American Legions meets Tuesday

Ada American Legion Post 185 will hold a meeting Tuesday, Sept. 22, at the VFW Hall north of Ada at 7 p.m.  All members are encouraged to attend.  Proper health requirements will be observed.

Student dropoff and pickup location changes coming Oct. 5 to Ada schools

The school has identified safety concerns with its current flow of traffic during arrival and dismissal times

Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, Ada Schools will change its morning and afternoon transportation locations. 

The change came about because the school has identified safety concerns with its current flow of traffic during arrival and dismissal times.

"Based upon observations by administrators, the transportation director, and the school resource officer, we feel it is necessary to make changes to our current transportation procedures," said Meri Skilliter, Ada superintendent.

• The north entrance, off of State Route 81 will now be the new bus loading and unloading zone.

• The south entrance, off Grand Avenue will become the student drop off and pick up location.

Fighting for the Cure game in honor of Erin Robinson

Volleyball game with Ada hosting Lincolnview on Oct. 13.

This year’s Ada volleyball game, drawing attention to “Fight for The Cure,” is in honor of the mother of one of the Bulldog players.

Erin Robinson, mother of Ada’s freshman volleyball player, Daicy Robinson, will be recognized at the game, scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13.

Erin is currently winning her second battle with cancer. She has chosen the IBC Network Foundation, as recipient of the proceeds raised this year in coordination with this event. 

Proceeds will be raised through a t-shirt sale, gift baskets that will be raffled off at the game and other donations. 

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