October 25, 2018

posted Oct 25, 2018, 6:45 AM by Maryann Schofield

BOYS ICE HOCKEY


Boys hockey has a meeting TODAY right after school in the cafeteria.  Anyone interested in playing hockey this season should attend.


HYPNOTIST


Don’t miss out on an evening of hilarious entertainment tonight.  Show starts at 7pm in the auditorium. Hypnotist Peter Gross will be performing.  Go to your google classroom class page to watch a preview of the show.


Tickets are being sold during all lunches TODAY, online or at the door TONIGHT!


YEARBOOK CLUB


Club, class officer and superlative photos will be taken in the auditorium during DSB this week.   Band, chorus, class officer and superlative photos will be taken on TODAY.


ATTENTION CLASS OF 2019


There will be a mandatory Class meeting during DSB on Tuesday, October 30th.  All seniors are required to attend. At this time you will be filling out your cap and gown and diploma information .  


LETTERS TO KENYA CLUB


Letters to Kenya club will be meeting on Thursday, November 1 right after school in Room 400.

SCIENCE OLYMPIAD


Want a sweet start to your day?  What better way than enjoying some delicious cupcakes, cookies and brownies?  The Science Olympiad Team is holding a bake sale on Monday, October 29 between 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m.  Come support us and enjoy some tasty goodies!


BASKETBALL


Girls Basketball sign-up meeting will be held TODAY after school in the cafeteria.


DROP-IN


Drop-in is open TODAY right after school in Room 403. All are welcome!


BOYS INDOOR TRACK


Boys Indoor Track sign-up meeting will be held TODAY after school across from Room 512 outside the fieldhouse.


ATTENTION SENIORS-DRESS UP DAY


Dress up day will be held Friday.


Make sure you put time, effort, and creativity into your costume because we all love to see the amazing costumes you come up with. However, here are some restrictions to make sure good judgement is used:

  • No masks or other items that obscure the face or could make identification of the student difficult.

  • Nothing that could pose a potential safety risk to self or others, i.e. roller blades, skateboards, scooters, bicycles, stilts, long sticks or toy/play weapons

  • Nothing that resembles a handgun, rifle or other firearm

  • Nothing of a provocative, revealing nature - dress should be appropriate for an educational setting

  • No costumes intending to resemble past or present staff members

  • Nothing that demeans or makes fun of anyone with a disability or jests at social, cultural or religious groups

  • Use good judgment please! Let's keep this a really fun day for everyone.


Our hope in sharing this information ahead of time is to help support students in enjoying this fun event but also avoid some of the issues we have seen over the years.


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