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WSHS News April 27, 2018

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  • January 22, 2019

    • The AFL-CIO college scholarship exam will be administered here at Sacred Heart on Wednesday, February 6th at 9:00 a.m. in room 210. Brendan Conant, Thomas Mortimer, Emily Finn and Christine Mason please confirm with Mrs. Gallitano that you will be taking the exam.
     
    • If you are interested in acting, theatre design, costuming, and performing please come to the first Drama Club meeting on Wednesday, January 23rd from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the auditorium. See Ms. Hathaway for more information.
     
    • We will be collecting items for blessing bags to be passed out to the homeless in Boston. Please check the postings in the hallways that list the items that are needed. Thank you!
     
    • Semi-formal tickets are on sale during lunch through January 24th, tickets are $20.
  • January 17, 2019

    • Are you interested in theatre and performing arts? Starting next week we will have Drama Club after school on Wednesday afternoons. Come play improv games, learn about stage design, and explore elements of theatre. We will be gearing up for the talent show at the end of the year!
     
    • We will be collecting items for blessing bags to be passed out to the homeless in Boston. Please check the postings in the hallways that list the items that are needed. Thank you!
     
    • Semi-formal tickets are on sale during lunch through January 24th, tickets are $20.
     
    • Congratulations to the girls’ middle school basketball team on their 6th straight win beating Coyle Cassidy yesterday 19-4. Keep up the hard work ladies!
  • January 16, 2019

    • Tux fitting is today during tutorial for senior boys in room 109.
    • Semi-formal tickets are on sale during lunch today through January 24th, tickets are $20.
     
    • Students in grades 9-12 who are interested in working on the school newspaper please report to the Computer Lab today at tutorial.
     
    • Reminder to all students, teachers and staff today is a recycling day. There should not be any trash or food items in the recycling bins and bottles and cans should be empty. We must all do our part to help.
  • January 15, 2019

    • Tomorrow S.A.D.D. will be selling semi-formal tickets during lunch! Tickets will be sold January 16-24. Come join us on February 1st for a fun night of dancing and memories. If you have any questions please see Ms. Wakelin or Emily Finn.
     
    • Art Club is canceled today we will have Art Club on Thursday.
     
    • Attention senior boys: Tomorrow during tutorial is your graduation tux fitting.
     
    • There will be a meeting for the Young Republicans and Democrats tomorrow during tutorial in Mrs. Ward’s room.
  • January 14, 2019

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – congratulations!
     
    Julia Abraham                                    Bryant University
    Luke Carey                                         Bryant University
    Savannah-Leigh Hellige                     Mass. College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences,
                                                               University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
    Quinlan Sullivan                                 Suffolk University
     
    • Kayla Turner is $200 richer for finishing second in the Lion’s Club Speech Tournament that was held on Saturday – Congratulations Kayla!
     
    • Kudos to Mary Kelley who made it into the semi-finals in Prose Reading at Newton South on Saturday. Hats off to Avery Schaub who made it into the final round in Radio Broadcasting and finished fourth!
     
    • Congratulations to Cam Dwyer who participated in the Southeast Massachusetts District Chorus Festival this past weekend. The chorus performed five pieces rehearsed in only two days to an audience of over 800 attendees. Great job Cam!
     
    • Attention senior boys: Wednesday during tutorial is your graduation tux fitting.
     
    • There will be a meeting for the Young Republicans and Democrats on Wednesday during tutorial in Mrs. Ward’s room.
     
    • All Student Council members should send a head shot in jpeg form to Mrs. Murphy.
  • January 11, 2019

    • Attention Speech Team: Departure time from Sacred Heart for the tournament tomorrow is 6:30 a.m. from the front of the school.
     
    • All Student Council members should email a head shot (jpeg form) to Mrs. Murphy.


  • January 10, 2019

    • Attention Speech Team: Departure time from Sacred Heart for the tournament on Saturday at Newton South is 6:30 a.m. sharp from the front of the school.
     
    • All Student Council members should email a head shot (jpeg form) to Mrs. Murphy.
     
    • Congratulations to the girls’ middle school basketball team for their win against Cape Cod Academy the score was 17-15.
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved to 6-2 with a 30-27 win over Old Colony. Congratulations!
  • January 9, 2018

    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved to 5-2 with a 37-16 win over Rising Tide. Kylee Slavik led the way with 14 points while Reilly Sweeney chipped in with 10. Congratulations team! The girls play Old Colony today at home.
  • January 8, 2018

    • Junior class officers please report to room 205 during tutorial.
     
    • Chess Club will meet today in room 213 during tutorial.
  • January 7, 2019

    • The Guidance Department is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Caitlyn Carberry                               University of Maine
    Killian Coleman                                Merrimack College
    Wentongyu Ye                                  University of Wisconsin
  • January 4, 2019

    • Congratulations to the 2018 staff of Lingua Franca on winning two awards from the American Scholastic Press Association! The awards are: “Most Outstanding High School Literary-Art Magazine for 2018” and “First Place with Special Merit”! Students interested in joining this year’s Lingua Franca team, please see Miss Trahon or Mrs. Dick.
     
    • Students acting in the spring play please report to Ms. Hathaway’s room during break.
     
    • There is a meeting for junior class officers in room 205 during tutorial. Please do your best to attend.
     
    • Attention Astronomy Club: There will be a meeting next Tuesday morning, January 8th before school at 7:20 in Mr. Masi’s room.
     
    • Students who are interested in planning Lunar New Year should attend a meeting in Mrs. Parry’s room today during high school tutorial.
  • January 3, 2019

    • Congratulations to the 2018 staff of Lingua Franca on winning two awards from the American Scholastic Press Association! The awards are: “Most Outstanding High School Literary-Art Magazine for 2018” and “First Place with Special Merit”! Students interested in joining this year’s Lingua Franca team, please see Miss Trahon or Mrs. Dick.
     
    • There will be a S.A.D.D. meeting tomorrow during tutorial to discuss the semi-formal. If you can’t attend please speak to Ms. Wakelin.

    • Congratulations to the girls’ middle school basketball team for their win over South Shore Vo-Tech,   25-10! Keep up the good work ladies!
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved its record to 4-1 with a win over South Shore Vo-Tech. Maggie Bulger led the way with a career high 10 points including a huge 3 pointer with 30 seconds left. Kylee Slavik sealed the win by hitting 2 clutch free throws with 10 seconds remaining! Congratulations!
  • January 2, 2019

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances – Congratulations!

    Julia Abraham                                   University of Maine
    Caitlyn Carberry                                Regis College, Salve Regina University
    Brandon Carroll                                 Assumption College, Clark University, Stonehill College,
                                                              Worcester Polytechnic Institute
     Jake Egan                                        Bridgton Academy
     Emily Finn                                        The Catholic University of America, U. Mass Amherst,
                                                              Providence College
     Savannah-Leigh Hellige                   University of New England
     John Husband                                   Norwich University
     Spencer Irving                                   U. of New Hampshire, Providence College
     Mary Kelley                                        The Catholic University of America, Emmanuel College,
                                                                Providence College, Suffolk University
     Christine Mason                                 The Catholic University of America, U. Mass Amherst
     Daniel Sinclair                                    Massachusetts Maritime Academy
     Reilly Sweeney                                   The Catholic University 0f America, Fairfield University,
                                                                 U. Mass Amherst, Providence College
    Zachary Towner                                   Emmanuel College, U. Mass Lowell, Merrimack                                                                         College, Quinnipiac University, Wentworth Institute of                                                                 Technology
    Haley Whittaker                                    Stonehill College
     
    • Come out and support the boys basketball teams at home today, junior varsity plays at 5:00 and varsity at 6:30, let’s pack the SAC!
  • December 21, 2018

    • Attention seniors: The deadline for the recognition ads in the memory section of the yearbook dedicated to the seniors is April 1, 2019. All transactions take place on the Jostens’ website, please do not wait until last minute.
     
    • The deadline for ordering yearbooks is today. After today the price increases. Grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Transactions take place on the Jostens website.
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved their record to 3-1 with a 37-15 win over Rising Tide. Kylee Slavik led the way with 12 second half points. Congratulations!
     
    • Congratulations to the girls’ middle school basketball team they beat Rising Tide 28-7. Keep up the good work!
  • December 20, 2018

    • All International Students and Global Ambassadors are invited to the Christmas party in room 214 today during high school tutorial and lunch.
     
    • Roots and Shoots members please report to the art room during tutorial for Christmas card making – create a card for someone in need!
     
    • Students interested in the Iceland trip please report to the art room at tutorial for a 5 minute meeting. The deadline to register for the trip is tomorrow at midnight.
     
    • Attention seniors: The deadline for the recognition ads in the memory section of the yearbook dedicated to the seniors is April 1, 2019. All transactions take place on the Jostens’ website, please do not wait until last minute.
     
    • The deadline for ordering yearbooks is this Friday, December 21st. After Friday the price increases. Grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Transactions take place on the Jostens website.
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team improved to 2-1 with a win over Upper Cape. Kylee Slavik led the way with 16 points. Congratulations!
  • December 19, 2018

    • Attention juniors and sophomores: reminder to pick up your PSAT score report from Mrs. Gallitano
     
    • Students interested in performing in or helping out with the competitive play please see Miss Hathaway at break.
     
    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be a meeting tomorrow before school at 7:20 in room 89. Please refer to the email and posting for goals of this meeting.
     
    • The deadline for ordering yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. After Friday the price increases. Grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Transactions take place on the Jostens website.
     
    • Attention seniors: The deadline for purchasing a Memory Ad in the yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. These ads are in the section of the yearbook dedicated to commemorating the seniors. The number of ads is factored in to how many pages there will be in the yearbook and how many pages can be allotted to sports and activities. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • Girls’ basketball teams have games today at home, junior varsity at 3:30 and varsity at 5:00. Come out and pack the SAC!
  • December 18, 2018

    • Attention juniors and sophomores: Your PSAT score reports are in. Please set up an appointment to meet with Mrs. Gallitano to discuss. You can stop by at break or if you have a study today or tomorrow.
     
    • Attention Yearbook Staff: There will be a meeting this Thursday, December 20th before school at 7:20 in room 89. Please refer to the email and posting for goals of this meeting.
     
    • All gifts for the Giving Tree must be in by tomorrow.
     
    • The deadline for ordering yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. After Friday the price increases. Grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Transactions take place on the Jostens website.

    • Attention seniors: The deadline for purchasing a Memory Ad in the yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. These ads are in the section of the yearbook dedicated to commemorating the seniors. The number of ads is factored in to how many pages there will be in the yearbook and how many pages can be allotted to sports and activities. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
  • December 17, 2018

    • The Guidance Office is pleased to announce the following college acceptances-congratulations!
     
    Julia Abraham                     Le Moyne College, Roger Williams University
    Luke Carey                          Roger Williams University, Southern New Hampshire U.
    Brandon Carroll                   Roger Williams University, Saint Michael’s College
    Mary Kelley                          Roger Williams University
    Matthew Leary                     Roger Williams University
    Christine Mason                   Saint Michael’s College, The University of Scranton
    Abigail Morse                       Belmont University
    Haley Whittaker                    Assumption College
     
    • Speech Team Update: Natick High School tournament on Saturday – Trophy winners:
                                    Evrosina Awad: 4th in Dramatic
                                    Kayla Turner: 1st in Prose, 2nd in Dramatic
                                    Braeden Severance, Avery Schaub, Mary Kelley: 3rd in TV News Team
                                    Sullivan Padgett: 6th in Group Discussion
     
    Earlier in the week Kayla Turner moved closer to the Lion’s Club Speech Competition by defeating the Hanover High School candidate. Kayla moves closer to over $2,500 in prize money – Congratulations!
     
    • The deadline for ordering yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. After Friday the price increases. Grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Transactions take place on the Jostens website.
     
    • Attention seniors: The deadline for purchasing a Memory Ad in the yearbook is this Friday, December 21st. These ads are in the section of the yearbook dedicated to commemorating the seniors. The number of ads is factored in to how many pages there will be in the yearbook and how many pages can be allotted to sports and activities. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. See Mr. Masi if you have questions.
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team defeated Bristol Aggie on Friday night 47-32. Kylee Slavik and Abby Slavik led the way with 15 and 13 points respectively! The girls’ junior varsity basketball team also won 34-14. Bella Spacek led all scorers with 8 points. Congratulations Lady Saints!
  • December 14, 2018

    • Attention students attending the Holly Tournament tomorrow at Natick High the van will depart from the front of the school at 6:30 a.m.
     
    • Attention students who take band lessons: Lessons are over for this year they will begin again in January.
     
    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering a yearbook is approaching. The only way to guarantee that you will have a copy is to order one. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. As of now, only 26 people have purchased a yearbook. The yearbook documents the year at Sacred Heart. All grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Yearbooks would make a great Christmas gift.
     
    • The Student Council Candy Cane Drive is still going on be sure to see a member to buy a candy cane. All proceeds will go to charity.
  • December 13, 2018

    • Reminder there is a Red Cross Blood Drive at the school tomorrow.
     
    • Attention high school speech team members attending the Holly tournament on Saturday, we will be departing from the front of the school promptly at 6:30 a.m.   There will be practices today and tomorrow please do your best to attend. If you have any questions please see Captains Evrosina or Kayla.
     
    • Students who would like to volunteer at this Friday’s elementary school Christmas Concert please see Ms. Conway for details. Students will receive community service hours for their time.
     
    • Attention students who take band lessons: Lessons are over for this year they will begin again in January.
     
    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering a yearbook is approaching. The only way to guarantee that you will have a copy is to order one. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. As of now, only 26 people have purchased a yearbook. The yearbook documents the year at Sacred Heart. All grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Yearbooks would make a great Christmas gift.
     
    • Join the S.A.A.D. program this week by participating in the Giving Tree! You can find members during lunch to receive a tag. Make someone’s Christmas a little extra special this season. Thank you!
     
    • The Student Council Candy Cane Drive is still going on be sure to see a member to buy a candy cane. All proceeds will go to charity.
     
    • Congratulations to the boys’ varsity and junior varsity basketball teams on their first victories yesterday. The boys out hustled and out shot Falmouth Academy! Congratulations!
     
  • December 12, 2018

    • Students who would like to volunteer at this Friday’s elementary school Christmas Concert please see Ms. Conway for details. Students will receive community service hours for their time.
     
    • All juniors must have their permission slips for the retreat in by tomorrow.
     
    • All students who entered artwork or photographs into the Scholastic Art Competition please get your forms signed and turned in to Miss Trahon TODAY. This is the FINAL deadline.
     
    • Attention Roots and Shoots members: Permission slips for the Roots and Shoots field trip to the nursing home are due today.   We will be there from 11:30 – 2:30. Members who did not go on the first trip should plan to attend.
     
    • Attention students who take band lessons: Lessons are over for this year they will begin again in January.
     
    • All National Junior Honor Society members going to “Christmas in the City” on Saturday, your permission slips must be in by Thursday.
     
    • The National Junior Honor Society and Peer Ministers coat and sock drive will run through this Wednesday. Your help is truly appreciated.

    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering a yearbook is approaching. The only way to guarantee that you will have a copy is to order one. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. As of now, only 26 people have purchased a yearbook. The yearbook documents the year at Sacred Heart. All grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Yearbooks would make a great Christmas gift.
     
    • Join the S.A.A.D. program this week by participating in the Giving Tree! You can find members during lunch to receive a tag. Make someone’s Christmas a little extra special this season. Thank you!
     
    • The Student Council Candy Cane Drive is still going on be sure to see a member to buy a candy cane. All proceeds will go to charity.
  • December 11, 2018

    • There is a mandatory Student Council meeting today in room 93 at high school lunch and middle school tutorial.
     
    • All students who entered artwork or photographs into the Scholastic Art Competition please get your forms signed and turned in to Miss Trahon by Wednesday. This is the FINAL deadline.
     
    • Attention Roots and Shoots members: Please turn in your permission slip for the field trip to the nursing home Wednesday. We will be there from 11:30 – 2:30. Members who did not go on the first trip should plan to attend.
     
    • All National Junior Honor Society members going to “Christmas in the City” on Saturday, your permission slips must be in by Thursday.
     
    • The National Junior Honor Society and Peer Ministers coat and sock drive will run through this Wednesday. Your help is truly appreciated.
     
    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering a yearbook is approaching. The only way to guarantee that you will have a copy is to order one. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. As of now, only 26 people have purchased a yearbook. The yearbook documents the year at Sacred Heart. All grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Yearbooks would make a great Christmas gift.
     
    • Join the S.A.A.D. program this week by participating in the Giving Tree! You can find members during lunch to receive a tag. Make someone’s Christmas a little extra special this season. Thank you!
     
    • The Student Council Candy Cane Drive is still going on be sure to see a member to buy a candy cane. All proceeds will go to charity.
     
    • Yesterday the girls’ middle school basketball team beat South Shore Vo-Tech 37-9 at our home opener. Great job ladies!
     
    • The girls’ varsity basketball team lost their home opener 29-34 to South Shore Vo-Tech. Reilly Sweeney led the way with 8 points while Abby and Kylee Slavik each chipped in with 6.
  • December 10, 2018

    • The Guidance Department is happy to announce the following students who have received early acceptance, early decision or rolling admissions – Congratulations!

    Leandra Anthony                Lasell College
    Caitlyn Carberry                 Curry College, Mass. College of Pharmacy & Health Services
    Brandon Carroll                  Springfield College, Wentworth Institute of Technology
    Mary Kelley                        Bridgewater State U, U. of Mass Dartmouth, Regis College,
                                               Salisbury U, Salve Regina U, Wentworth Institute of Technology
    Madeline King                    Boston College
    Haley Whittaker                 Bridgewater State U, Endicott College, Salve Regina Univ.
     
    • All National Junior Honor Society members going to “Christmas in the City” on Saturday, your permission slips must be in by Thursday.
     
    • The National Junior Honor Society and Peer Ministers coat and sock drive will run through this Wednesday. Your help is truly appreciated.
     
    • A BIG thank you to all students that volunteered at both “A Very Merry Kids Night” and Breakfast with Santa. You all did a phenomenal job. If you need your service hours signed off on please see Mrs. Schumann before Christmas break.
     
    • In order to enter your work in the scholastic art competition your work must be submitted today.
     
    • Attention students and staff: The deadline for ordering a yearbook is approaching. The only way to guarantee that you will have a copy is to order one. All transactions take place on the Jostens website. As of now, only 26 people have purchased a yearbook. The yearbook documents the year at Sacred Heart. All grades 7-12 are included in the yearbook. Yearbooks would make a great Christmas gift.
     
    • Join the S.A.A.D. program this week by participating in the Giving Tree! You can find members during lunch to receive a tag. Make someone’s Christmas a little extra special this season. Thank you!
     
    • High School students interested in caroling at the Providence House should meet in room 205.
     
    • The Student Council Candy Cane Drive is still going on be sure to see a member to buy a candy cane. All proceeds will go to charity.
     
    • Chess Club will meet in room 213 today at tutorial.
  • December 7, 2018

    • The Student Council candy cane fundraiser is still going on! You can purchase a candy cane for $1.00 from a Student council member. All proceeds will go to a homeless shelter.
  • December 6, 2018

    • Reminder that the Peer Ministers and National Junior Honor Society are sponsoring a “Coat and Sock Drive”. Your help is truly appreciated.
     
    • Oh Dear Lord the play is almost here! Come see Godspell the performances are tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for students and staff and $15.00 for adults.
     
    • There is a mandatory S.A.D.D. meeting today at tutorial in Ms. Wakelin’s room. All members must attend.
     
    • The annual Giving Tree Fundraiser will begin this Thursday, December 6th! Please stop by the table at lunch where SAAD members will be giving out gift tags. Make somebody’s holiday special and help a great cause! If you have any questions, feel free to stop by Ms. Wakelin’s room.
     
    • The annual Candy Cane drive is fast approaching! Student Council members remember to bring in two boxes of candy canes. Candy Canes will be sold for $1.00 each and the proceeds will go to charity. Merry Christmas!
     
    • Attention Middle School Students: Come celebrate the holiday season with us tomorrow right after school. There will be prizes, food, presents and fun! For more details please see a National Junior Honor Society member.
     
    • The deadline for entering artwork or photography into the scholastic art competition is Monday, December 10th. Please see Miss Trahon today if you plan to enter.
  • December 5, 2017

    • The annual Giving Tree Fundraiser will begin this Thursday, December 6th! Please stop by the table at lunch where SAAD members will be giving out gift tags. Make somebody’s holiday special and help a great cause! If you have any questions, feel free to stop by Ms. Wakelin’s room.
     
    • Day By Day the cast of Godspell is preparing for their performance this Friday at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for students and $15 for adults. Hope to see you there!
     
    • There will be a SAAD meeting Thursday, December 6th in Ms. Wakelin’s room during tutorial. All members please attend.
     
    • The annual Candy Cane drive is fast approaching! Student Council members remember to bring in two boxes of candy canes. Candy Canes will be sold for $1.00 each and the proceeds will go to charity. Merry Christmas!
     
    • Attention Middle School Students: Come celebrate the holiday season with us this Friday right after school. There will be prizes, food, presents and fun! For more details please see a National Junior Honor Society member.
     
    • The deadline for entering artwork or photography into the scholastic art competition is Monday, December 10th. Please see Miss Trahon today if you plan to enter.

  • December 4, 2018

    • The annual Candy Cane drive is fast approaching! Student Council members remember to bring in two boxes of candy canes. Candy Canes will be sold for $1.00 each and the proceeds will go to charity. Merry Christmas!
     
    • Attention Middle School Students: Come celebrate the holiday season with us this Friday right after school. There will be prizes, food, presents and fun! For more details please see a National Junior Honor Society member.
     
    • Attention Senior Girls: Senior girls must be in school tomorrow for your graduation dress fitting and selection. Please bring your $100 deposit.
     
    • The trip meeting for Iceland is tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in the library.
     
    • The deadline for entering artwork or photography into the scholastic art competition is Monday, December 10th. Please see Miss Trahon today if you plan to enter.
  • November 30, 2018

    • Do you know the musical is just 8 days away? Show times are next Friday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 8th at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for students and $15 for adults. Please see a cast member to purchase your tickets.
     
    • Attention senior girls: Senior girls must be in school on Tuesday, December 4th for your graduation dress fitting and selection. Please bring your $100 deposit.
     
    • Girls Intermediate Basketball begins Monday, December 3rd at 3:00 p.m. Please report to the lower gym at that time.
     
    • High School students interested in the Chris Tomlin concert need to return permission slips and money to Miss Gillespie today. See Miss Gillespie with any questions.
     
    • The deadline for submissions to the Scholastic Art Competition is December 10th. Students can either create something new or submit something from the past year. If you plan to submit photographs or artwork, please see Miss Trahon today or tomorrow.
     
    • There will be a mandatory meeting about the April vacation trip to Iceland on Tuesday, December 4th in the high school library at 6:30 p.m. Please check the email that was sent out by Dr. Gill, there is an RSVP link on the flyer. See Miss Trahon for more information.
  • November 29, 2018

    • Do you know the musical is just 8 days away? Show times are next Friday, December 7 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 8th at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $5.00 for students and $15 for adults. Please see a cast member to purchase your tickets.
     
    • Attention senior girls: Senior girls must be in school on Tuesday, December 4th for your graduation dress fitting and selection. Please bring your $100 deposit.
     
    • Girls Intermediate Basketball begins Monday, December 3rd at 3:00 p.m. Please report to the lower gym at that time.
     
    • Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Please join the Middle School Enrichment Team for a “Very Merry Paintapalooza” today after school in the cafeteria! The cost is $10 which includes painting and snacks. Don’t miss out on a great time! Permissions slips are due asap.
     
    • High School students interested in the Chris Tomlin concert need to return permission slips and money to Miss Gillespie by tomorrow. See Miss Gillespie with any questions.
     
    • The deadline for submissions to the Scholastic Art Competition is December 10th. Students can either create something new or submit something from the past year. If you plan to submit photographs or artwork, please see Miss Trahon today or tomorrow.
     
    • There will be a mandatory meeting about the April vacation trip to Iceland on Tuesday, December 4th in the high school library at 6:30 p.m. Please check the email that was sent out by Dr. Gill, there is an RSVP link on the flyer. See Miss Trahon for more information.

  • November 28, 2018

    • Students who need CPR/First Aid recertification should meet in room 97 at tutorial/lunch today or tomorrow. The cost of the new card is $21.00.
     
    • Students interested in joining the newly forming Young Democrat and Young
    Republicans Clubs please report to Mrs. Ward’s room during break today.
     
    • Attention 7th and 8th grade students: Please join the Middle School Enrichment Team for a “Very Merry Paintapalooza” tomorrow after school in the cafeteria! The cost is $10 which includes painting and snacks. Don’t miss out on a great time! Permissions slips are due asap.
     
    • High School students interested in the Chris Tomlin concert need to return permission slips and money to Miss Gillespie by this Friday. See Miss Gillespie with any questions.
     
    • The deadline for submissions to the Scholastic Art Competition is December 10th. Students can either create something new or submit something from the past year. If you plan to submit photographs or artwork, please see Miss Trahon today or tomorrow.

    • There will be a mandatory meeting about the April vacation trip to Iceland on Tuesday, December 4th in the high school library at 6:30 p.m. Please check the email that was sent out by Dr. Gill, there is an RSVP link on the flyer. See Miss Trahon for more information.
     
    • Attention students looking for volunteer opportunities, the Elementary School Parents’ Association has two Christmas events coming up. On Friday, November 30th we have a very Merry Kids Night at the ECC and on Sunday, December 9th we have Breakfast with Santa here at the high school. To volunteer please sign up outside the Spirit Store. Any questions please see Mrs. Schumann.
  • November 27, 2018

    • Attention Middle School Students: Join us for a very Merry Paintapalooza this Thursday from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. in the cafeteria!

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