Monday, October 23, 2017

10/23/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Monday, October 23rd
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Ms. Reilly to her 2nd period class for showing great respect to themselves and their classmates, through small group instruction, while working with responsibility and integrity, as they competed in a mathematics relay race to solve solutions.  All students in the classroom earned a ticket for their hard work.  And from Mrs. Walsh-Hilf to her 7th period class for always being so helpful.  They participate in class and complete their work.  She is very proud of all of their accomplishments.
  • It's time to be a hero in disguise! EHS Student Council will be sponsoring our first Blood Drive of the school year on Tuesday, October 24. If you are interested in signing up to donate, Student Council representatives will be in the E-Room today during all lunch periods. You must be at least 16 years old to donate!  Help us save a life!  If you have any other questions about donating, please see Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack.
  • The African-American Achievement Girls Group will meet this week on Wednesday, October 25th from 2:30-4 in the P.A.D. All young ladies interested in participating are welcomed to attend. Come join the discussion! We’ll see you Wednesday.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Attention any 8th graders who are interested in joining swim team. There will be a short informational meeting on Thursday October 26 at 7:20 in the Little Theatre. You must have a current physical and meet the grade requirements to join.
  • The Fall Production would like to congratulate the Panther Football team for making it to the next round. In order to accommodate the students involved in band and to show our support to the team, Opening Night for the Giver will be postponed until Saturday, Nov. 4. You will have two opportunities to come enjoy the Giver, Nov. 4 at 7:30, and Nov. 5 at 2:30. This will be such an exciting weekend in Euclid. If you have purchased tickets, you will be reimbursed.
  • Foreign Language Club Mug Sale. Order your hand-crafted mug from any member of the Foreign Language Club. Choose your mug style. - we have several available. Fill it with a choice of candy, cocoa or tea. Pick it up before or after school in room 229.  (Video)
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a motivated Monday.

Friday, October 20, 2017

10/20/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Friday, October 20th
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Mrs. Schossler and Ms. Boyd to their 1st Period class.  Each day, they arrive ready to tackle any work with a positive and pleasant approach. Because of them, we all start the day in a great way.   And from Mrs. Haman to her 1st period class.  They have worked really hard and diligently, on their diagnostic assessment, this week.
  • The results for the first contest of the Ohio Math League are in. Congratulations to Jaime Geiger and Alex Bowman for tying for first place with a score of 50 points. Peter Powell was in third place with 43 points. Luke Johnson and Hope Mocadlo scored 42. Austin Ortiz scored 41. The next contest will be November 14. See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students planning to attend the football game at Mentor on Friday night! Come and get your ticket early for a lower price of $4.00 today in the athletics office. Tickets are available from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM today.
  • Educators Rising is having a bake sale after school today. The bake sale will be in the lobby next to the sign in desk. Please stop by and purchase some bakery on your way out of school!
  • It's time to be a hero in disguise! EHS Student Council will be sponsoring our first Blood Drive of the school year on Tuesday, October 24. If you are interested in signing up to donate, Student Council representatives will be in the E-Room from Wednesday, October 18 through Monday, October 23 during all lunch periods. You must be at least 16 years old to donate! Help us save a life! If you have any other questions about donating, please see Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Attention any 8th graders who are interested in joining swim team. There will be a short informational meeting on Thursday October 26 at 7:20 in the Little Theatre. You must have a current physical and meet the grade requirements to join.
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30.  Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a fantastic Friday.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

10/19/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Thursday, October 19th
  • Today’s class SHOUT Out! is from Ms. Bowers to all of her Students of the Week for the 1st quarter.
  • Hey publishing staff! There is a meeting today in room 298 after school. If you are interested in joining yearbook or newspaper, we are still accepting new members. See you today after school in room 298!
  • Attention all students planning to attend the football game at Mentor on Friday night! Come and get your ticket early for a lower price of $4.00 Thursday and Friday in the athletics office. Tickets are available from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM Thursday and Friday.
  • Educators Rising is having a bake sale after school on Friday, October 20th. The bake sale will be in the lobby next to the sign in desk. Please stop by and purchase some bakery on your way out of school!
  • It's time to be a hero in disguise! EHS Student Council will be sponsoring our first Blood Drive of the school year on Tuesday, October 24. If you are interested in signing up to donate, Student Council representatives will be in the E-Room from Wednesday, October 18 through Monday, October 23 during all lunch periods. You must be at least 16 years old to donate! Help us save a life! If you have any other questions about donating, please see Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30.  Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a Thought-filled Thursday.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

10/18/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Wednesday, October 18th
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Mrs. Langford to her 2nd Period class for ALL students coming to class on Time 10/17 with their ID's on. You are AWESOME!  And from Mrs. Walsh-Hilf to her 7th period class for being eager to learn and excited to participate in class.  You collaborate and show the growth mindset daily and are a joy to teach.
  • There will be a Senior Class Cabinet meeting today at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296.  Get involved!  See Mrs. Latessa if you have any questions!
  • Attention all students interested in swimming this year, please report to the competition pool today after school. Coach Jacobs has information for you regarding the swim team.
  • Culture Club will not meet this week.
  • It's time to be a hero in disguise! EHS Student Council will be sponsoring our first Blood Drive of the school year on Tuesday, October 24. If you are interested in signing up to donate, Student Council representatives will be in the E-Room from Wednesday, October 18 through Monday, October 23 during all lunch periods. You must be at least 16 years old to donate! Help us save a life! If you have any other questions about donating, please see Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30.  Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a wonderful Wednesday.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

10/17/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Tuesday, October 17th
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Ms.  Bowen to her 1st period class.  EVERY SINGLE STUDENT in this class period has earned a passing grade for the 1st quarter! Hooray for your hard work and dedication! I am very proud of you!  And from Ms. Lorko & Mrs. Chinchar to their 1st period class who they would like to commend their Crucible readers for being awesome reverends and witches and the rest of the class for always being flexible. Keep up the good work with the play!
  • Attention Art Club. There will be a meeting TODAY after school in room 199 to discuss the annual Halloween event. Hope to see you there!
  • The first contest of the Ohio Math League will be today after school in room 342.  If you are good at math and like to solve problems, this activity is for you.  All students are welcome to participate.  See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • There will be a Student Council meeting today beginning at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296.  We will be discussing our Blood Drive assignments and sign ups!  See Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack if you have questions!
  • SAVE Environmental Club, please stop by for a short meeting today in 391 regarding upcoming hikes.  See Mr. Young or Ms. Spivey if you have questions.
  • The Academic Challenge team will be meeting today at 2:15 in Mrs. McGarry's room 337.
  • The African-American Achievement Girls' Group will hold a brief meeting today at the start of 5th period in room 371. Please arrive promptly so that we can share some important information and get you back to class. If you are unable to attend, please stop by and see Mrs. Davis in 259 or Dr. Mines in 371 before the end of the day.
  • There will be a Senior Class Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296.  Get involved!  See Mrs. Latessa if you have any questions!
  • Attention all students interested in swimming this year, please report to the competition pool on Wednesday, October 18 after school. Coach Jacobs has information for you regarding the swim team.
  • Culture Club will not meet this week.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30.  Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a terrific Tuesday.

Monday, October 16, 2017

10/16/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Monday, October 16th.  Welcome to Quarter 2.
  • Starting today, you will be REQUIRED to wear your ID daily.  If you lose or destroy your ID, you are responsible for going to security to purchase a new ID.  Wearing your ID allows everyone to know YOU BELONG here.  If there is a safety concern or you are injured, we need to be able to QUICKLY identify you.  You will ONLY be administered 3 temp IDs for the ENTIRE 2nd quarter.  Once all 3 temp IDs are used, you will be issued a disciplinary consequence.  Teachers, please be sure to check IDs everyday, during 1st period.
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Mr. Young to his 4th and 6th period astronomy classes for helping each other calculate Kepler's third law last Thursday.  And from Mr. James to his 1st period class for making the first quarter a pleasure to open up his day.
  • Congratulations to team Jaguar who is rocking the 40 Book Challenge! As a team, they have read 336 books this year. The top 5 readers on the team are Krystian Mason, Jaiden Flowers, Jessica Specht, Brelann Basin, and Corvaughn Durden. If you see them in the halls today, tell them great gob! Keep up the great work Jaguars and keep reading!
  • Attention all 8th grade boys interested in trying out for the basketball team.  Tryouts will begin today in the East Gym from 3:00 to 5:00.  If you have any questions please see Coach James in Room 309.
  • The first contest of the Ohio Math League will be Tuesday, October 17 after school in room 342.  If you are good at math and like to solve problems, this activity is for you.  All students are welcome to participate.  See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • There will be a Student Council meeting on Tuesday, October 17 beginning at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296.  We will be discussing our Blood Drive assignments and sign ups!  See Mrs. Latessa or Mrs. Pollack if you have questions!
  • SAVE Environmental Club, please stop by for a short meeting on Tuesday, October 17 in 391 regarding upcoming hikes.  See Mr. Young or Ms. Spivey if you have questions.
  • The Academic Challenge team will be meeting on Tuesday, October 17 at 2:15 in Mrs. McGarry's room 337.
  • There will be a Senior Class Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, October 18 at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296.  Get involved!  See Mrs. Latessa if you have any questions!
  • Attention all students interested in swimming this year, please report to the competition pool on Wednesday, October 18 after school. Coach Jacobs has information for you regarding the swim team.
  • The Band and Orchestra will hold their annual Pasta Dinner and Marching Band Concert On Wednesday, October 25.  The Pasta Dinner will be held from 4-7pm in the E-Room with the Marching Band Concert in The East Gym at 7pm.  Tickets for the dinner are $10.
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30.  Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a motivated Monday.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

10/12/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Thursday, October 12th.
  • Students, Monday, October 16th, you will be REQUIRED to wear your ID daily.  If you have lost or destroyed your ID, you are responsible to go to security and purchase a new ID before Monday, October 16th.  Wearing your ID allows everyone to know YOU BELONG here.  If there is a safety concern or you are injured, we need to be able to QUICKLY identify you. This is the purpose of your ID.  If you do not wear your ID beginning Monday, October 16th, you will ONLY be administered 3 temp IDs for the ENTIRE 2nd quarter.  Once all 3 temp IDs are used, you will be issued a disciplinary consequence.  Teachers, please be sure to check IDs everyday, during 1st period.
  • It is ON TIME OCTOBER! The goal this month is to reduce the number of students arriving late to class.  For every period all students arrive on time, the teacher will enter the class into a drawing.  At the end of each of the next 4 weeks, one winning class will be drawn and that class will win a reward that involves delicious food! So don't be tardy to the party - get to class on time!
  • Attention Art Club! There will be NO meeting today.  Our next meeting will be next TUESDAY, October 17. See you there!
  • Attention EHS publications students.  There will be NO meeting today after school.  Please finish your stories on Google Docs and be ready to revise for next week.
  • The African-American Achievement Girls’ Group held its first meeting, yesterday, in the P.A.D.  Mrs. Davis and Dr. Mines would like to thank all the young ladies who attended.  A great time was had learning about the organization, each other, and what’s to come throughout the year.  Please keep an ear out for information regarding the next meeting.  If you were unable to attend yesterday, no worries, you’re welcomed to attend the next one.  If you have any questions, please stop by 259 or 371.  Again, all young ladies are invited to ‘Come and join the Discussion’ at our next meeting.
  • Educators Rising will meet Thursday right after school in room 231.  We have a speaker, so please be on time.
  • Attention all 8th grade students interested in going to the Washington D.C. trip.  There will be an informational meeting tonight in the Little Theater for you and your parents.  The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp.  Hope to see you all there.
  • Attention all 8th grade boys interested in trying out for the basketball team.  Tryouts will begin Monday, October 16th in the East Gym from 3:00 to 5:00.  If you have any questions please see Coach James in Room 309.
  • The first contest of the Ohio Math League will be Tuesday, Ocotber 17th  after school in room 342.  If you are good at math and like to solve problems, this activity is for you.  All students are welcome to participate.  See Mr. Zucca if you have any questions.
  • Attention all students interested in swimming this year, please report to the competition pool on Wednesday, October 18 after school. Coach Jacobs has information for you regarding the swim team.
  • The Annual Band & Orchestra Picnic will be held this Friday Oct. 13 from 11:30am until 2:30pm at the Euclid Creek Reservation. Please join us for a fun filled day before the Brunswick Game. The event will be chaperoned by band parents and directors and pizza will be provided!
  • Euclid High School will be presenting the Giver in the Little Theater November 3, and 4th at 7:30 and November 5 at 2:30. Come see what the Giver is all about.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a thought-filled Thursday.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

10/10/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Tuesday, October 10th.
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Mrs. Pesch to her 2nd period class.  Thank you class for having a lively discussion about gravity and for your great behavior on Monday!  It was so fun!  Peace, Love and Science!  From Mrs. Kachler to her 2nd Period for valid participation and working diligently from bell to bell.  And from Mrs. Simmons to her 7th Period class for having 100% homework completion. Your dedication to your work and to supporting each other is admirable.
  • Students, Monday, October 16th, you will be REQUIRED to wear your ID daily.  If you have lost or destroyed your ID, you are responsible to go to security and purchase a new ID before Monday, October 16th.  Wearing your ID allows everyone to know YOU BELONG here.  If there is a safety concern or you are injured, we need to be able to QUICKLY identify you. This is the purpose of your ID.  If you do not wear your ID beginning Monday, October 16th, you will ONLY be administered 3 temp IDs for the ENTIRE 2nd quarter.  Once all 3 temp IDs are used, you will be issued a disciplinary consequence.  Teachers, please be sure to check IDs everyday, during 1st period.
  • It is ON TIME OCTOBER! The goal this month is to reduce the number of students arriving late to class.  For every period all students arrive on time, the teacher will enter the class into a drawing.  At the end of each of the next 4 weeks, one winning class will be drawn and that class will win a reward which involves delicious food! So don't be tardy to the party - get to class on time!
  • Attention EHS Publications club, the meeting for today has been cancelled.
  • Attention Student Council members! There will be a mandatory meeting today at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296 for any members planning on helping out with the Blood Drive.  If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Mrs. Pollack or Mrs. Latessa BEFORE the meeting.
  • The Stand Up and lead meeting is today in Room 147 starting at 2:30 pm.
  • The African-American Achievement Girls Group will host its first meeting on Wednesday, October 11th in the P.A.D. from 2:30-4. Here, we will discuss the goals of the group and provide information regarding activities planned throughout the school year. Students who were recommended by teachers should’ve received an invitation to attend from their homeroom teachers today. If you didn’t receive a notice but are interested in participating, please consider attending the meeting next Wednesday. If you have or need an application or just want more information, please stop by and see Mrs. Davis in 259 or Dr. Mines in 371. We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.
  • Attention all 8th grade students interested in going to the Washington D.C. trip. There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 12th in the Little Theater for you and your parents. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp. Hope to see you all there.
  • The Annual Band & Orchestra Picnic will be held this Friday Oct. 13 from 11:30am until 2:30pm at the Euclid Creek Reservation. Please join us for a fun filled day before the Brunswick Game. The event will be chaperoned by band parents and directors and pizza will be provided!
  • A special thank you to members of the band and orchestra who participated in the 26th Annual Tag Day Event on Saturday!  Your efforts helped raise over $1,300 for the Music Department!
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  For the morning show I’m (A1), I’m (A2), and I’m (A3).  Have a terrific Tuesday.

Monday, October 9, 2017

10/09/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Monday, October 9th.
  • Today’s class SHOUT Outs! are from Ms. McCloud to her 6th period class who she wants to thank for being patient when the projector went out in their classroom.  All of you were quiet and on task as you transitioned to writing notes from chart paper.  Thank you for being respectful during that time. And from Ms. Garvey to her 2nd period class for being such a hard-working and respectful group.
  • Students, Monday, October 16th, you will be REQUIRED to wear your ID daily.  If you have lost or destroyed your ID, you are responsible to go to security and purchase a new ID before Monday, October 16th.  Wearing your ID allows everyone to know YOU BELONG here.  If there is a safety concern or you are injured, we need to be able to QUICKLY identify you. This is the purpose of your ID.  If you do not wear your ID beginning Monday, October 16th, you will ONLY be administered 3 temp IDs for the ENTIRE 2nd quarter.  Once all 3 temp IDs are used, you will be issued a disciplinary consequence.  Teachers, please be sure to check IDs everyday, during 1st period.
  • It is ON TIME OCTOBER! The goal this month is to reduce the number of students arriving late to class.  For every period all students arrive on time, the teacher will enter the class into a drawing.  At the end of each of the next 4 weeks, one winning class will be drawn and that class will win a reward which involves delicious food! So don't be tardy to the party - get to class on time!
  • No baseball activity today (Monday 10/9/17)
  • Attention Student Council members! There will be a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, October 10 at 2:20 p.m. in Room 296 for any members planning on helping out with the Blood Drive. If you cannot attend the meeting, please see Mrs. Pollack or Mrs. Latessa BEFORE the meeting.
  • Stand Up and lead meeting is held Tuesday October 10 in Room 147.  We start at 2:30 pm.
  • The African-American Achievement Girls Group will host its first meeting on Wednesday, October 11th in the P.A.D. from 2:30-4. Here, we will discuss the goals of the group and provide information regarding activities planned throughout the school year. Students who were recommended by teachers should’ve received an invitation to attend from their homeroom teachers today. If you didn’t receive a notice but are interested in participating, please consider attending the meeting next Wednesday. If you have or need an application or just want more information, please stop by and see Mrs. Davis in 259 or Dr. Mines in 371. We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.
  • Attention all 8th grade students interested in going to the Washington D.C. trip. There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 12th in the Little Theater for you and your parents. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. sharp. Hope to see you all there.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a motivated Monday.

Friday, October 6, 2017

10/06/17 Announcements

  • Good morning Euclid High School, where we are Respectful, Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Today is Friday, October 6th
  • Today’s class SHOUT Out! is from Mr. Gasper to his 4th period class. They did an excellent job working in groups during their scavenger hunt activity.  They worked collaboratively, followed all directions, and expectations. Great Job!
  • Students, Monday, October 16th, you will be REQUIRED to wear your ID daily.  If you have lost or destroyed your ID, you are responsible to go to security and purchase a new ID before Monday, October 16th.  Wearing your ID allows everyone to know YOU BELONG here.  If there is a safety concern or you are injured, we need to be able to QUICKLY identify you. This is the purpose of your ID.  If you do not wear your ID beginning Monday, October 16th, you will ONLY be administered 3 temp IDs for the ENTIRE 2nd quarter.  Once all 3 temp IDs are used, you will be issued a disciplinary consequence.  Teachers, please be sure to check IDs everyday, during 1st period.
  • There will be an eighth grade boys basketball meeting today in Room 309.  The meeting will last from 2:20 to 2:30.  PLEASE BE ON TIME.
  • Seniors! Today is the last day to turn in your mock election ballots!  Bring them to room 298 before 2:30pm!
  • The Marching Band and Cheerleaders will march through the hallways today during 7th period as a Spirit Event for the Solon Game !
  • The band and orchestra’s 26th Annual Tag Day to raise support for the Music Department is this Saturday, October 7th.  Band and Orchestra members should report to the Choir Room 8:30am Saturday Morning.
  • The EHS Drumline will lead a Peace March this Sunday, October 8th, sponsored by the City of Euclid.  The Peace March will start at City Hall at 4pm and end at Shore Cultural Center.  All are invited to attend!
  • The African-American Achievement Girls Group will host its first meeting on Wednesday, October 11th in the P.A.D. from 2:30-4. Here, we will discuss the goals of the group and provide information regarding activities planned throughout the school year. Students who were recommended by teachers should’ve received an invitation to attend from their homeroom teachers today. If you didn’t receive a notice but are interested in participating, please consider attending the meeting next Wednesday. If you have or need an application or just want more information, please stop by and see Mrs. Davis in 259 or Dr. Mines in 371. We look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.
  • Attention seniors! New this year: Friendship ads in the yearbook!  Get some friends together to personalize a section of this year's book with pictures and messages to the class of 2018.  Order forms are available with your senior English teacher and will also be in the Media Center.  Money and pictures are due soon!  See Mrs. Gaul in room 298 with any questions.
  • These have been your Morning Announcements.  Remember to Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Have Integrity.  Have a fantastic Friday.