The Laker View. As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions!

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "The Laker View. As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions!"

Transcription

1 C O L C H E S T E R H I G H S C H O O L The Laker View S P E C I A L P O I N T S O F I N T E R E S T : PSAT Testing Oct. 11-Bell Schedule pg. 3 Family Teacher Conferences October 19 info pg. 6 October 20 No School for Students/Faculty Cap/Gown info for Seniors page 7 Picture Retakes Mon. 10/16 info pg. 8 FCM Hosts the Glenn Miller Orchestra Oct. 11 info pg. 8 Project Grad Homecoming Dance info pg SAT Bootcamp info pg. 14 Calendar of Events pg. 15 V O L U M E V, I S S U E I I I O C T O B E R Happy fall to the entire Colchester High School community. October finds CHS past the initial transition from summer and fully back in the school year. There is too much happening at CHS to highlight all of the great things, but here are a few things you might like to be aware of. October 14th-15th is Homecoming weekend and the culmination of Spirit Week. There will be a variety of athletic events this week and weekend; please consider attending one! We are thrilled to share that we received a grant from VSAC to provide the PSAT s, free of cost, to all 10th and 11th graders. On the morning of October 11th we will be administering the PSAT s to all 10th and 11th graders. The 9th graders will have a special morning program and the 12th graders will have a late arrival. A modified class schedule will start at 11:15. Please follow this link to the letter sent home earlier this year for more details. Good luck to all our 10th and 11th graders! Next Thursday, October 19th is our fall conference day. Please drop in anytime between 10AM and 6PM to meet with your student's teachers. There is no school for students on Thursday the 19th or Friday the 20th. Enjoy the long weekend! In addition, our fall Choral Concert is Wednesday the 18th and the fall Band Concert is Wednesday the 25th. Both start at 7PM and promise to be spectacular performances by our choral and band students. Please join us! On a very different note, the 2017 Smarter Balance Assessment Consortium (SBAC) scores in Math and English Language Arts (ELA) have been released. Our current seniors took these tests last spring. We are proud to report that we have far surpassed the Vermont state average for both Math and ELA. The percent of students at CHS meeting or exceeding the standard for ELA was 78%, compared to a statewide average of 58%. The percent of students at CHS meeting or exceeding the standard for Math was 55%, compared to a statewide average of 36%. Colchester ranked #4 in the entire state of Vermont for both ELA and Math. Go Lakers! As always, please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions! Warmly, Heather Baron Principal And follow us on twitter

2 Dear CHS Families and Students, PSAT TESTING and Schedule Change at CHS Wednesday, October 11, 2017 CHS is pleased to announce that we were awarded a VSAC grant for the school year. The grant will pay for all CHS Sophomores and Juniors to take the PSAT during the school day at CHS. This will be our second time giving the PSAT during the school day, which will be Wednesday, October 11, This date has been set for high schools by the College Board. On Wednesday, October 11 the schedule for the day at Colchester High School will change. We will have a modified B day class schedule starting at approximately 11:15 am. Please see below for specific information about the morning schedule. Current Juniors and Sophomores will begin PSAT testing at 7:45 and end at approximately 11:15 followed by a modified B day class schedule. Juniors who attend the Burlington Technical Center (BTC) will test at Colchester High School. Sophomores and Juniors who attend the Center for Technology at Essex (CTE) will test at Colchester High School. CTE students will be transported to CTE after testing is completed. Students who attend the Colchester Alternative Program will have a regular scheduled day. Any CAP students in grades 10 and 11 who would like to take the PSAT will do so at CHS. Freshman will have a special program in the morning (7:45-11:15) and then modified class schedule in the afternoon. Seniors who are currently enrolled in Target Graduation are REQUIRED to come to CHS to make progress towards their Target Grad work. All Target Graduation seniors will report to the library at 7:45 a.m. Seniors who attend BTC/CTE should attend those programs as normal as those programs DO NOT have a delayed start this day. CHS will run the BTC/CTE bus schedule as normal. Seniors who are NOT enrolled in Target Graduation or CTE/BTC will have a delayed start and should arrive to CHS by 11:00 a.m. for a modified B day class schedule. Seniors who do not have transportation may arrive at 7:45 a.m. and they can work in the cafeteria until 11:00 a.m. If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact CHS. We are extremely excited to offer the PSAT to our students this year at no cost. Sincerely, CHS Administrative Team Picture Retake Information Picture packets were distributed to students on Friday, October 6. Picture retakes are on Monday, October 16 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the mini gym. If you are having retakes done you must return your original picture packet to the photographer on retake day. Please note that ALL students need to be photographed for ID purposes even if you are not purchasing a picture packet. If you have not had your photo taken, please be sure to do so on October 16 as IDs are required for ALL students. If your student attends CTE they may have their photo taken between 7:00-7:30 or 2:30-3:00 p.m. on Monday, October 16.

3 P A G E 3

4 P A G E 4 What is the PSAT/NMSQT? PSAT ---FOR SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS WHAT IS THE PSAT/NMSQT? The PSAT/NMSQT stands for Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The PSAT/NMSQT assesses critical reading (passage-based reading, sentence completions, math reasoning (numbers and operations; algebra and functions; geometry and measurement; data analysis, statistics, probability) and writing skills (sentence error identification, sentence and paragraph improvements) that are important for success in college. WHY TAKE THE PSAT/NMSQT?????? Benefits for students: To Open the Door for College. The PSAT/NMSQT is a student s first official step on the road to college. It encourages students to start planning for life after high school by either jump-starting their college search process, or for some, introducing them to the concept of college. To Practice for the SAT. On the average, students who take the PSAT/NMSQT earn higher scores on the SAT than those who don t!!!! One reason: the tests have the same formats, directions, sample questions, and question types. Students will get unique practice recommendations from Khan Academy based on their performance on the PSAT/NMSQT. Students will have access to explanations for the answers to every PSAT/NMSQT test question as well as an enhanced online score report. To Earn Scholarships and Academic Recognition. (For Juniors.) By taking the PSAT/NMSQT, students who meet entry requirements may enter National Merit Scholarship Corporation s scholarship competitions as well as other programs that give special recognition to high-achieving students. To Begin the College Search. Student Search Service gives PSAT/NMSQT test-takers the option to receive admissions and financial aid information from colleges, universities, and scholarship programs. To Compare Academic Skills. With the PSAT/NMSQT, students get their first look at how their academic skills compare with those from a national group of college-bound students. To Get Feedback on how to Improve Academically. The PSAT/NMSQT Score Report gives students personalized feedback on their test performance, including suggestions on how to improve specific academic skills. To Explore College Majors and Careers. Students can access college planning resources that can help them explore careers, colleges, majors, scholarships and more. THE TEST: The PSAT will administered at CHS on Wednesday, October 11. This test is for students in Grades 10 and 11 and is a practice test to prepare for the SAT. Students will need to arrive by 7:45 and the test runs until approximately 11:15 a.m. Students will need to bring a calculator and two #2 pencils.

5 P A G E 5 Are you a CHS Sophomore with leadership potential? CHS is looking for interested 10 th grade students who would like to be considered to attend the annual Vermont HOBY Leadership Conference this Spring at St. Michael s College from Thursday, May 24 - Sunday, May 27 HOBY will accept 2 Sophomores from CHS to attend the 4 day seminar along with other eager high school students from across the state. HOBY is an outstanding and fun opportunity that aims to enrich your leadership skills and/or bring out your leadership potential. See Ms. Moran in Guidance with any and all questions. Applications available in Guidance Applications and Essays Due: (Wednesday, Oct 25) T H E L A K E R V I E W

6 V O L U M E V, I S S U E I I I P A G E 6 Dear Parents/Guardians, Fall 2017 Family Teacher Conferences Thursday, October 19 10A-6P Our fall conference day is scheduled for Thursday, October 19 and conferences will run from 10AM-6PM. Please be aware that teachers holding conferences on the first floor will break for dinner from 1:00-1:30 p.m., teachers on the second floor will take their dinner break from 1:30-2:00 p.m. Please refer to the building map provided on conference day for teacher locations. We will have a modified drop-in format for conferences this year. Each CHS teacher is assigned a classroom where conferences will be held. When you enter the building you will receive a copy of your student s schedule along with a school map informing you of where teachers are located. Parents can visit teachers at their convenience during conference hours. Conferences are expected to take no more than 15 minutes. We do not make or take requests for conference times with a specific teacher or team in advance. We strongly encourage all CHS parents to attend our parent teacher conference day. The drop-in format has been in place for the last few years. Every CHS teacher will have a sign-up sheet outside their door. Once parents arrive at CHS you can locate the teachers that you would like to speak with and sign up for a time slot on their door. The sign-up sheet is designed to decrease the waiting time that some parents may have experienced in years past. Please remember that you may call guidance and/or special education at any time to request a meeting with a teacher or team. CHS Teachers may schedule a longer conference with parents through the guidance office for a later date if a more detailed meeting is required. How do parent teacher conferences work? Pick up student s schedule and map of teacher locations in the cafeteria. Determine which teachers you would like to speak with. Circulate throughout CHS to meet with all of the teachers you would like to see. If teachers have a line, feel free to sign up on the sign up sheet on their door.

7 P A G E 7 Seniors attending CTE can pick up the information packet in the main office at CHS beginning the afternoon of November 2. CTE seniors can return their cap and gown order and dues to Caption describing the main office by November 8. The main office is open from 6:30-3:30 daily. picture or graphic. Seniors Seniors will receive cap/gown and announcement information at the mandatory senior AT on Thursday, November 2. The representative from Jostens will return on Wednesday, November 8 and Thursday, November 9 during lunches (11:07-12:55) to collect the orders. Senior dues are $20.00 and cover the cost of the class gift, flowers and other costs associated with graduation. Your payment to Jostens for your cap/gown/tassel and any other items you order from Jostens, as well as your senior dues should be paid at the time the order is placed on November 8 or 9. **PLEASE NOTE: you will need two checks, one to CHS for senior dues in the amount of $20.00 and a second check to Jostens for payment for the cap and gown and any other items you order. Senior Yearbook Info All senior portraits (and other senior section photos) are due Friday, October 20, We strongly prefer that photos be submitted electronically (in.jpg format) - the picture quality is much better. Photos should be sent to If you are unable to submit the photo electronically, you may put a hard copy in the drop box in the main office; yearbook staff will scan the photo and return it to you. Senior quotations/messages must be submitted via the Google form that has been ed to students. Buy your yearbook now! There are two ways to order a yearbook: 1. Use your credit or debit card to pay online (CHS Website >Other resources >Resources >Yearbook Website Josten s secure site). 2. Write a check made payable to CHS, and submit it to Ms. delaricheliere's mailbox in the main office along with an order form (available in the main office). Seal it in an envelope and clearly label your name. Sorry, we are no longer accepting cash for yearbook payment. You can order your yearbook starting on August 1, 2017 for $ A spring supplement is included in the price of the yearbook. Caption describing picture or graphic. Attention Parents! If you do not purchase a yearbook w e only order 20 extras! Don t let your student miss out on this amazing publication! The CHS Yearbook Club is non-profit and annually we rely on donations to keep the cost affordable for our students. Order your yearbook now! This story can fit words. be out of context. article. Be sure to place the caption of the image near the image. Microsoft Publisher includes Selecting pictures or graphics thousands of clip art images Student Debt is an important part of adding from which you can choose content to your newsletter. and import into your newsletter. There are also several Please remember that it is your student s responsibility to keep track of any outstanding debt (lost books, parking fines, Think or about damage your article to equipment) and that he or she might have. If you are unsure whether ask yourself if the picture supports or enhances the message tools you can use to draw your child has any debt, feel free to contact Mark Ellingson, bookkeeper at Colchester High School shapes and symbols or you re trying to convey. Avoid Once you have chosen an selecting images that appear to image, place it close to the T H E L A K E R V I E W

8 V O L U M E V, I S S U E I I I Picture Retake Information P A G E 8 Picture packets were distributed to students on Friday, October 6. Picture retakes are on Monday, October 16 from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the mini gym. If you are having retakes done you must return your original picture packet to the photographer on retake day. Please note that ALL students need to be photographed for ID purposes even if you are not purchasing a picture packet. If you have not had your photo taken, please be sure to do so on October 16 as IDs are required for ALL students. If your student attends CTE they may have their photo taken between 7:00-7:30 or 2:30-3:00 p.m. on Monday, October 16. Conservation in Costa Rica Coin Drop The Conservation in Costa Rica 2018 group will be having a coin drop the evening of the football game on Friday 10/13 starting at 6:00. Friends of Colchester Music Still Time to Buy Tickets for Glenn Miller Orchestra The world famous GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA will be performing on Wednesday, October 11 at 7 pm in the Performing Arts Center at Colchester High School (CHS). Advance tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students. Tickets will be $25 at the door on the night of the event. Tickets are available three ways: online through eventbrite.com; by downloading and mailing in the order form on the Friends of Colchester Music website ( or, by calling (802) The Orchestra will be selling souvenirs, CDs, DVDs, and memorabilia at the concert. Friends of Colchester Music (FCM), a volunteer organization that supports all CSD music programs, will have a snack concession stand before the show and during intermission. Visit for more information. Don t miss out on this exciting community event! Krispy Kreme Donuts The infamous Krispy Kreme Donuts will be on sale as a fundraiser for Friends of Colchester Music over the next few weeks. Find your favorite student that is in chorus or band and purchase your dozen donuts for $10. You may also to place your order. There is nothing like a Krispy Kreme donut so make sure you purchase a dozen or two or more. Thank you!!! October 18, Choral Fall Concert - 7:00 PM October 25, Band Fall Concert - 7:00 PM Concerts this Month November 3-4, CHS will be hosting the District Music Festival

9 PAGE 9 CHS Conservation in Costa Rica April 2018 Can you help? Dear CHS community member: We are delighted to announce that in April 2018 we have the opportunity to travel with eighteen Colchester High School students to Costa Rica for an educational trip focused on conservation. To fund their trip, participants are working part time jobs and reaching out to family and friends for individual fundraising. As a group we have and will continue to fundraise at CHS events, in the community and with area businesses. We are asking for your help. Please consider making a donation to the scholarship fund to help participants in need of financial assistance. If you would like to donate you can do so in a variety of different ways: 1. Send a check made out to Colchester High School - CCR-2018 to: Caption describing Colchester High School attn Ms. Robinson P.O. Box 900 Colchester, VT picture or graphic. 2. Donate on-line at our GoFundMe 3. Have your company logo on our Sponsorship T-shirt -contact Amy Carnasale (parent) at 4. Donate a product or service for our Silent Auction - contact Mary Myers (parent) For more information you can visit our website at With sincere thanks, Carrie Robinson and Keren Turner Spanish Teachers and Group Leaders Caption describing picture or graphic. THE LAKER VIEW

10 News from the Athletic Director P A G E 10 Hello Laker Fans, There are only two weeks left to go in the regular fall season. I would encourage to take a look at the online schedule and come see some action. Field Hockey is They have two home games left Wednesday the 11 th at 3:45 vs Middlebury, and Saturday the 14 th homecoming weekend and senior day at 1:00 vs BHS. They close out their season at Essex on 10/17 at 6:00 p.m. and South Burlington on 10/19 at 7:00 p.m. Girls Soccer is rolling along at and has their final home game on the 19th at 4:00 p.m. vs CVU. They host BHS on the 14 th at 1:00 p.m. and South Burlington on the 11 th at 4:00 p.m. The do have one more road trip to St. Johnsbury on the 17 th as well Boys Soccer is and has been in a lot of close matches and is peaking at the right time for playoffs. They still host St. Johnsbury on the 10 th at 4:00 p.m. and CVU on the 14th at 10:00 a.m. They travel to Essex on the 18 th at 4:00 p.m. and South Burlington on 21 st at noon. The Cross Country teams have been improving their times with every race. They are ready to make a strong finish at States on the 28 th of October. Football is battling for playoff position and has two games left both at home against BFA St. Albans on the 13 th and Brattleboro on the 20th with both games starting at 7:00 p.m. Spirit Week is October We will be hosting home games this week and senior games as well, so please try to make your way out to a game. The schedule is: Friday the 13th Football at 7:00 p.m., Saturday the 22 nd Boys Soccer at 10:00 a.m., Girls Soccer at 1:00 p.m. and Field Hockey at 1:00 p.m. The Winter sports meeting is Thursday, November 9 at 6:00 p.m. The winter season starts on November 27. Please be sure to attend that meeting and get the paperwork needed for the winter season. As always please make sure you have an updated physical on file in the nurse s office. I hope to see you at a game soon! Yours in Athletics, Bernie Cieplicki Athletic Director

11 P A G E 11 A big thank you to the Colchester Physical Education Department and community volunteers for making the annual Ski and Board sale a success. How does CABA raise the funds to supply uniforms for for Cross Country, Field Hockey, Golf, Soccer, Alpine Skiing, Basketball, Dance, Nordic Skiing, Baseball, Lacrosse, Softball, Tennis and Track and Field? Fundraising, that s how. The money we raise comes from events like these: Ski and Board Sale (October) Concessions Golf Tournament (August) Can t make a meeting, but would like to help with CABA? Consider being a team parent. It s a great way to stay informed and help make a difference. If you are interested, please let your child s coach know. The winter sports meeting is coming up soon, so watch for that announcement. Parents, grandparents, friends are all welcome to volunteer. There is always an opportunity to help out; currently we are seeking concession item donations: Concessions stock Up next is Homecoming. Come support Laker Athletics starting Friday 13 th at 7:00 with some Laker Football. Saturday games start at 10:00am and will continue throughout the day. Come and see what surprises CABA has to offer. We will have breakfast options at the snack bar, followed by some grilling, so come hungry. Come on out and support our talented student athletes. CABA s Mission Provide supplemental financial and material support for the Athletic Programs at Colchester High School. Dedicated to enriching the Athletic Program at Colchester High School through the promotion of school spirit and good sportsmanship. Reinforcing the values and virtues of the LAKERS as Loyal, Able, Knowledgeable, Enthusiastic and Responsible Students Please join us at CABA s next meeting, November 1st at 6:00pm at CHS, Room 109

12 P A G E 12

13 P A G E 13

14 Colchester Park & Rec P A G E 14 Colchester Parks & Recreation 781 Blakely Rd. Colchester, Vermont P: F: News from the Burnham Library Spooky things are happening at the library the building is old as dirt of course it s haunted! Anime club will likely watch some scary Japanese folktale anime on the 13 th and 27 th and Teen Craft Time is making super colorful headphone wraps on the 12 th at 4pm. ICYMI book club loved The Raven Boys and is tackling Spencerian script with Jackaby this month. Maybe don t read by yourself in the dark if you re a scaredy cat like your YA librarian. ICYMI meets Monday the 23 rd at 5:30pm to not interfere too much with Halloween shenanigans. Speaking of Halloween, our 2 nd annual kids and family Halloween party will be Saturday the 28th and we need volunteers! Dress up, read to kids, and dance the monster mash for a few hours plus snack time. See the children s librarian or your friendly YA librarian for details and to sign up. As usual, call or the library if you have questions or suggestions!

15 Colchester High School Essential Expectations for Student Learning Colchester High School LEARN Continuously and Mindfully COMMUNICATE Thoughtfully and Effectively THINK Creatively and Critically ACT Responsibly and Ethically 131 Laker Lane P.O. Box 900 Colchester VT Phone: (802) Fax: (802) The CHS graduate applies the skills and habits of mind that foster lifelong learning and personal growth. The CHS graduate demonstrates critical and creative thinking across multiple modalities (artistically, verbally, graphically, numerically, textually, physically). Calendar of Events October: 31 End Quarter Spirit Week 11 PSAT CHS 7:45A November: 13 Pep Rally End of Day 1 Start Quarter 2 16 Picture Retakes mini-gym 7A-3P 1 NHS Induction Practice 2:30-3:30 PAC 17 Freshman/Sophomore Night 6:30-8:00 1 CHS Cares Meeting 2:30 Library 17 School Board Meeting 7P 2 Mandatory AT for seniors cap/gown info 18 Fall Choral Concert 7P 2 SAT Registration Deadline for 12/2 Test 19 Family/Teacher Conferences 10A-6P 2 NHS Induction Ceremony 6:30P PAC 20 No School for Students/Faculty 3 ACT Registration Deadline for 12/9 Test 23 Heritage Projects begin for Grade 10 3 Laker View Deadline 25 Student of the Month Luncheon sponsored by the Hampton Inn 25 Fall Band Concert 7P 4 SAT Test Date 3-4 CHS Hosts the District Music Festival 26 FAFSA Forms Night 6-8:00P Library 7 School Board Meeting 27 Coffeehouse 7: Seniors place order for cap/gown/ announcements during lunches main lobby 28 ACT Test Date The CHS graduate communicates complex thoughts and ideas effectively in a variety of ways (artistically, verbally, graphically, numerically, textually, physically). The CHS graduate acts as a responsible citizen, makes connections, and engages with the local and global community.

Please make sure that female students have extra personal hygiene products (i.e. pads, tampons) in their backpacks or lockers.

Please make sure that female students have extra personal hygiene products (i.e. pads, tampons) in their backpacks or lockers. St. Francis Area Schools SFHS enews - September 11, 2018 ISD 15 MISSION Our mission is to equip all students with the knowledge and skills to empower them to achieve their dreams and full potential while

More information

NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF Graduation Handbook

NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF Graduation Handbook NICOLET HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2018 Graduation Handbook SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 2018 11:00 A.M. - The Miller High Life Theatre (previously named Milwaukee Theatre) 500 West Kilbourn Avenue Dear Parents of Seniors:

More information

ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR

ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR ST. FRANCIS HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR 2014-2015 AUGUST 11 Orientation Grades 10, 11, 12-9:00 to 11:00 a.m. A-L (last name) 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. M-Z (last name) 12 Orientation Grades 10, 11, 12-9:00 to 11:00 a.m.

More information

SEPTEMBER 8, 2017 ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER 8-16, 2017:

SEPTEMBER 8, 2017 ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER 8-16, 2017: 626 W. 53 rd Street Davenport, IA 52806 563-723-5500 www.davenportschools.org/north School Paper: https://northwildcatword.wordpress.com Twitter: @DavenportNorthH Facebook: North High School SEPTEMBER

More information

Independence HS Home of the Knights. Class of 2018!

Independence HS Home of the Knights. Class of 2018! Independence HS Home of the Knights Class of 2018! Thank You! Because of your help Smooth Transition Developed Great Traditions (not done yet) 90% of your Classmates are Involved Created Pride in Our School

More information

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School May The Knight Times THE END OF THE YEAR IS HERE. #Catholic8thnDC

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School May The Knight Times THE END OF THE YEAR IS HERE. #Catholic8thnDC May 2018 The Knight Times THE END OF THE YEAR IS HERE High School Graduation & Senior Day Senior Day is Monday May 21 at 12:30 PM in the DBC Parents are invited to help us send our senior class off. Baccalaureate

More information

Class of 2017 MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS

Class of 2017 MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS Class of 2017 MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS Congratulations to the Liberty High School class of 2017! Before you know it, you will walk across the stage at Patriot Stadium, crossing the threshold into your future.

More information

Henry Sibley Band Boosters

Henry Sibley Band Boosters Proud parent of: Henry Sibley Band Boosters henrysibleyband.org charmsoffice.com hshs.band.boosters@gmail.com Important Concert Dates Thursday, November 2 Monday, December 11 TBD Monday, January 8 Friday,

More information

Thursday, October 5 Sunday, October 8 Nueva School for the Arts presents Peter and the Starcatcher (for times and details, see attached flyer)

Thursday, October 5 Sunday, October 8 Nueva School for the Arts presents Peter and the Starcatcher (for times and details, see attached flyer) Mark Your Calendar: Thursday, October 5 Sunday, October 8 Nueva School for the Arts presents Peter and the Starcatcher (for times and details, see attached flyer) College and Career Readiness Corner ATTN:

More information

Ventura High School Music Boosters PO Box 3051, VENTURA, CA FEIN:

Ventura High School Music Boosters PO Box 3051, VENTURA, CA FEIN: August 21, 2018 Dear Ventura High School Music Families: Welcome to the Ventura High School and the 2018/19 school year! The Boosters group is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that serves to support

More information

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY

SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Reminder: Don t forget your summer reading August 206 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 2 3 4 5 Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady Tuition Payment #4 Football Practice Begins 4:00PM 6 7 8 9 20 2 22 Faculty Meeting/ Workshop/Mass

More information

Washington High School Parent/Community Newsletter October/November Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA (510)

Washington High School Parent/Community Newsletter October/November Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA (510) Website: www.fremont.k12.ca.us/washington PRIDE TRADITION EXCELLENCE Washington High School Parent/Community Newsletter October/November 2018 38442 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA 94536 (510) 505-7300 Dear Parents

More information

THERE ARE EXTRA POST PROM T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT THE MAIN OFFICE/SWITCHBOARD. THEY ARE FREE SO PLEASE STOP DOWN WHILE SUPPLIES LAST

THERE ARE EXTRA POST PROM T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT THE MAIN OFFICE/SWITCHBOARD. THEY ARE FREE SO PLEASE STOP DOWN WHILE SUPPLIES LAST THERE ARE EXTRA POST PROM T-SHIRTS AVAILABLE AT THE MAIN OFFICE/SWITCHBOARD. THEY ARE FREE SO PLEASE STOP DOWN WHILE SUPPLIES LAST BOYS SOCCER: Boys soccer meeting for all interested players will be TODAY,

More information

Newsletter. parent cats meeting. includes JOIN US THIS ISSUE. get involved SUBSCRIBE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES. to our newsletter. January/February 2018

Newsletter. parent cats meeting. includes JOIN US THIS ISSUE. get involved SUBSCRIBE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES. to our newsletter. January/February 2018 January/February 2018 Newsletter The 2017-18 Parent Cats newsletter is available online every month during the school year so spread the word to family and friends. Go to: www.parentcats.org and click

More information

WHS Announcements October 1, 2018

WHS Announcements October 1, 2018 Sporting events today: WHS Announcements October 1, 2018 4:00 pm Field Hockey: Girls Varsity Game @ Liberty High School 5:00 pm Football: Boys JV Game vs. Century 5:00 pm Soccer: Boys JV Game @ Liberty

More information

Marina Seniors End of Year Information Packet

Marina Seniors End of Year Information Packet Marina Seniors - 2018 End of Year Information Packet Wednesday March 21 Senior Day Seniors meet in the Gym at 8:30 a.m. for the mandatory senior assembly. Fun Senior Activities, plus Administration will

More information

Monday, February 13, 2017

Monday, February 13, 2017 Monday, February 13, 2017 LHS Helping Hand will be selling Krispy Kreme Doughnuts on Valentine's Day (tomorrow). They will be $0.50/doughnut or $5/box. Doughnuts will be sold at the bus entrance, tech

More information

Principal s Newsletter January 2018

Principal s Newsletter January 2018 Principal s Newsletter January 2018 January 2018 Bruce J. Peragallo Principal Susan M. La Fauci Assistant Principal Suzy Azevedo Supervisor of Guidance & School Counseling Reminders: No School Monday,

More information

This Week s Announcements

This Week s Announcements Steven Pfannes, Principal 39701 Dodge Park Road Attendance Office.. 797-1999 Alison Hildebrand, Associate Principal Sterling Heights, MI 48313 Counseling Office.. 797-1993 Tim Youngblood, Associate Principal

More information

Volume 33 Issue 9 May 2018

Volume 33 Issue 9   May 2018 The Amat Lancer Parent Newsletter Volume 33 Issue 9 www.bishopamat.org May 2018 Dates to Remember: May 1 5-Block Day, Activity: Living Rosary 2 Parent Association General Meeting, 6:30 p.m. (Lib) 4 Drama

More information

Oak Park High School School Calendar Home of the Knights August & September

Oak Park High School School Calendar Home of the Knights August & September August & September August 21 Grade 10 Orientation 10:00-12:00 (Parent & Students) 27 STAFF PD (Bring Laptop) *Lunch OYO Due Date: 5D+ Self-Assessment 3 4 Observance of 10 11 Improvement Team @ (Academic

More information

OCHS BAND PROGRAM FAQ s

OCHS BAND PROGRAM FAQ s OCHS BAND PROGRAM FAQ s - Frequently Asked Questions - What is the time commitment for 9th Graders, and for 10-12th Grade Marching Band? What is the volunteer time commitment for my family? Can my child

More information

Come Get Your Cash Attention All 7th and 8th Graders interested in joining MathCounts: Attention all French students:

Come Get Your Cash Attention All 7th and 8th Graders interested in joining MathCounts: Attention all French students: Come Get Your Cash The Ottawa Hills student body is invited to join the Volleyball program tonight for the annual Volley for the Cure Breast Cancer awareness match vs Danbury. We want to show support for

More information

PROGRAM OVERVIEW THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY & HOW. Where? Who? Why? What? How? When?

PROGRAM OVERVIEW THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY & HOW. Where? Who? Why? What? How? When? PROGRAM OVERVIEW THE WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHY & HOW Who? The simple answer is: kids (although parents and teachers often help a little). The Kids For Wish Kids program allows kids K-12 to help grant

More information

BREWER S ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS:

BREWER S ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS: BREWER S ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS: Brewer s Achievement award recipients are posted outside of Student Services. 2 free tickets to a Brewer s game are awarded to the top 6% of each class and those nominated

More information

This Week s Announcements

This Week s Announcements Steven Pfannes, Principal 39701 Dodge Park Road Attendance Office.. 797-1999 Alison Hildebrand, Associate Principal Sterling Heights, MI 48313 Counseling Office.. 797-1993 Tim Youngblood, Associate Principal

More information

THEODORE ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL Home of the Roughriders since 1923 September 28 October 05, Student Section

THEODORE ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL Home of the Roughriders since 1923 September 28 October 05, Student Section THEODORE ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL Home of the Roughriders since 1923 September 28 October 05, 2016 Student Section Attention Parents of 10th and 11th Grade Students! Registration for the PSAT/NMSQT will begin

More information

Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School. A newsletter for School District 233 families

Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School. A newsletter for School District 233 families The VIKING VOICE Homewood-Flossmoor Community High School March/April 2018 A newsletter for School District 233 families INSIDE THIS ISSUE: All-School Test Day Career Fair Summer Driver Education HFU Workshops

More information

FH GRAD NEWS. Save the Date. Grads of 2016: Leaving the Nest. Commencement. Graduation Banquet. Dry Grad. In This Issue

FH GRAD NEWS. Save the Date. Grads of 2016: Leaving the Nest. Commencement. Graduation Banquet. Dry Grad. In This Issue FH GRAD NEWS Frank Hurt Secondary Information for Graduates March 2016 Grads of 2016: Leaving the Nest This is a very exciting and somewhat anxious time for our Graduates. They are busy making decisions

More information

MOTHER SETON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR

MOTHER SETON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR MOTHER SETON REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL CALENDAR 2016-2017 JULY July 11-15 July 18-22 July 25-29 Volleyball Camp: Instruction and Competition Camp: 10:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. MSR Varsity Team Training Camp: 12:30-3:00

More information

FLEETWOOD PARK SECONDARY

FLEETWOOD PARK SECONDARY FLEETWOOD PARK SECONDARY Graduation 2019 - Parent and student update Dear Students, Parents/Guardians of the Graduating Class of 2019, Congratulations on reaching the final stages of high school life!

More information

The Rampage. Dates To Remember Worth County JROTC Drill Team Schedule 03/05 Turner-Area Two 5:00 Regional Meet

The Rampage. Dates To Remember Worth County JROTC Drill Team Schedule 03/05 Turner-Area Two 5:00 Regional Meet Volume 7, Issue 7 March 2016 The Rampage W O R T H C O U N T Y H I G H S C H O O L Dates To Remember Worth County JROTC Drill Team Schedule 03/05 Turner-Area Two 5:00 Regional Meet Rifle Team Schedule

More information

The VIKING VOICE. hfhighschool.org instagram.com/hfhs59 twitter.com/hfhs59

The VIKING VOICE. hfhighschool.org instagram.com/hfhs59 twitter.com/hfhs59 The VIKING VOICE A newsletter for School District 233 families Homewood-Flossmoor Com munity Hig h Sc hool March/April 2017 hfhighschool.org instagram.com/hfhs59 twitter.com/hfhs59 Superintendent s Note

More information

Calendar /7/2018

Calendar /7/2018 Calendar 2018-2019 July 2018 1 2 3 4 5 Summer Band Camp Forms Due 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Summer Reading Test Gr.9 (8:30-10:30) Gr.10-12(11:30-1:30) Flocco s Shoe Sale 9-12:00 in Commons Show Pre-Audition

More information

HAWK TALK September 2014

HAWK TALK  September 2014 HAWK TALK http://www.gilbertschools.net September 2014 Dear Hawk Families, PRINCIPAL S MESSAGE Welcome to the 2014-15 school year. In my short time at Highland I have been so impressed by the very warm

More information

All NHS members need to stop by Mr. Koepf's room to fill out a tutoring form.

All NHS members need to stop by Mr. Koepf's room to fill out a tutoring form. Sign up your team immediately for the opportunity to Brainquest Trivia Champions. Brainquest challenges will take place during every lunch period on Thursday, November 17th. Teams will be made up of at

More information

NBE News September 2017

NBE News September 2017 North Branch Area Schools NBE News September 2017 Greg Matheson, Principal Dane Terauds, Asst. Principal Dear Broncos, Welcome back! As you have sensed with your children, we are off and running. With

More information

Rockwood Summit High School

Rockwood Summit High School Rockwood Summit High School *MONDAY 9/12/16 LS-A Day *TUESDAY 9/13/16 A Day *WEDNESDAY 9/14/16 - B Day *THURSDAY 9/15/16 C Day *FRIDAY 9/16/16 A Day Freddie s Best Week of Sept 6-9 * Carley Brinton * Allie

More information

Tuesday. Newsletter. Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit.

Tuesday. Newsletter. Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit. Tuesday The Newsletter Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit. Weekly News from Sacred Heart of Jesus School JANUARY 24, 2018 Calendar Peek!

More information

St. Mary School A Place of Spirited Learning January 12, 2015

St. Mary School A Place of Spirited Learning January 12, 2015 St. Mary School A Place of Spirited Learning January 12, 2015 Monday, January 12, 2015 Tuesday, January 13, 2015 Wednesday, January14, 2015 Thursday, January 15, 2015 Friday, January 16, 2015 Monday, January

More information

Islands High School Sharks Athletics. Booster Club. Monday, September 19 th. 6:00pm

Islands High School Sharks Athletics. Booster Club. Monday, September 19 th. 6:00pm Islands High School Sharks Athletics Booster Club Monday, September 19 th 6:00pm Tonight s Agenda Primary Goal/Purpose of the IHS Sharks Booster Club 2016-17 Membership Levels Financials/Accounting Procedures

More information

Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future

Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future 1 Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future What is the PSAT/NMSQT? Measures academic skills you ll need for college Co-sponsored by the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation

More information

Re-Enrollment Begins Today

Re-Enrollment Begins Today The Saints Weekly Digest Re-Enrollment Begins Today It s time to enroll at Saint Dominic Academy. The enrollment period (if applying for financial aid) will take place from January 12 to February 12. Applications

More information

ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS (RYLA) CONFERENCE Rotary District Application Form

ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS (RYLA) CONFERENCE Rotary District Application Form ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS (RYLA) CONFERENCE Rotary District 6440-2018 Application Form Applicant Name: (Please Print) Session I March 8-11, 2018 Session II: April 12-15, 2018 Would you be willing

More information

Timberlane Regional High School. Athletic Department. Booster Handbook

Timberlane Regional High School. Athletic Department. Booster Handbook Timberlane Regional High School Athletic Department Booster Handbook 2014-2015 Timberlane Regional High School Booster Handbook Page 1 This handbook has been written in cooperation with the Council for

More information

Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2017

Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2017 Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2017 Take Care of Yourself Take Care of Each Other Take Care of This Place Grad Council The grad council is made up of several members who will be responsible for the following:

More information

EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE

EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE June 10-22, 2018 2-Week Policy Debate Commuter 1 of 6 Emory National Debate Institute 2-Week Commuter Program For over forty years, Emory University has offered the highest

More information

Mary D. Bradford High School

Mary D. Bradford High School Mary D. Bradford High School Home of the Red Devils For more information about Bradford, visit our website https://www.kusd.edu/bradford/ School hours for students: Monday thru Thursday-7:28 a.m. until

More information

Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2018

Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2018 Yale Secondary Grad Handbook 2018 Take Care of Yourself Take Care of Each Other Take Care of This Place Grad Council The grad council is made up of several members who will be responsible for the following:

More information

Rockwood Summit High School

Rockwood Summit High School Rockwood Summit High School *MONDAY 9/12/16 LS-A Day *TUESDAY 9/13/16 A Day *WEDNESDAY 9/14/16 - B Day *THURSDAY 9/15/16 C Day *FRIDAY 9/16/16 A Day Freddie s Best Week of Sept 6-9 * Carley Brinton * Allie

More information

The Panther Press HOME OF THE PANTHERS! PRHS Attendance Policy

The Panther Press HOME OF THE PANTHERS! PRHS Attendance Policy September 2017 The Panther Press ADMINISTRATION Principal Richard. T. Myers Principal Intern Alicia Douglas Asst. Principal Dr. Vicki Banks Asst. Principal Madsen Cange Asst. Principal Cheryl Selesky TOA

More information

Interlake High School Band Handbook

Interlake High School Band Handbook Interlake High School 2018 2019 Band Handbook 1. Bands Overview 2. Student Expectations 3. Uniform and Concert Attire, Policies 4. Class Fees and BSD Instrument Rental Policies 5. Events 6. Interlake Music

More information

Welcoming Academic Respectful Dynamic Ethical. Daily Bulletin

Welcoming Academic Respectful Dynamic Ethical. Daily Bulletin Welcoming Academic Respectful Dynamic Ethical Daily Bulletin Friday, October 25, 2013 Schedule: 1, 2, HR (3), 4, 8, 7, 6, 5, 9 ATTENTION JUNIORS & SENIORS Homecoming Dance is Saturday, November 2 nd 6:00-9:00

More information

Timberlane Regional High School. Athletic Department. Booster Handbook

Timberlane Regional High School. Athletic Department. Booster Handbook Timberlane Regional High School Athletic Department Booster Handbook 2016-2017 Timberlane Regional High School Booster Handbook Page 1 This handbook has been written in cooperation with the Council for

More information

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Virtue of the Month - Kindness. 1 2 August School Open

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Virtue of the Month - Kindness. 1 2 August School Open Holy Trinity Diocesan High School 2017-2018 SEPTEMBER 2017 Virtue of the Month - Kindness 1 2 August 2017 October 2017 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

More information

Campus Middle School General Information School Year

Campus Middle School General Information School Year Campus Middle School General Information School Year 2013-2014 SUMMER READING Studies have been done which show that summer reading programs enhance student achievement! Please click here for the CMS summer

More information

Saint Edward Central Catholic High School

Saint Edward Central Catholic High School Saint Edward Central Catholic High School Where Discipleship Begins Welcome For three quarters of a century St. Edward Central Catholic High School has been a foundation of excellence in Catholic education.

More information

Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future

Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future 1 Prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT : A Step to the Future A Brief Overview of the Presentation Notify students and parents about the PSAT/NMSQT : What is the PSAT/NMSQT? Skills Tested on the PSAT/NMSQT Test

More information

HOMECOMING TICKETS. Thanks to everyone who dressed up today, tomorrow's (FRIDAY) dress up day is ECLIPSE (Black Out).

HOMECOMING TICKETS. Thanks to everyone who dressed up today, tomorrow's (FRIDAY) dress up day is ECLIPSE (Black Out). 0 HOMECOMING TICKETS On sale during lunch TODAY (THURS) ONLY. Tickets can also be purchased online through Friday. Tickets are $15 for a single and $30 for a couple. Thanks to everyone who dressed up today,

More information

PTO Committee Chair Sign Up Form

PTO Committee Chair Sign Up Form 2018-2019 PTO Committee Chair Sign Up Form Please use the form below to volunteer for the various committee chair positions for the 2018-2019 school year. *Existing chairs: please fill out the form below

More information

PSAT TODAY NEW INFORMATION

PSAT TODAY NEW INFORMATION PLEASE READ AND POST IN ADVISORY AND HOMEROOM TRUMBULL HIGH SCHOOL C DAY STUDENT BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2016 PSAT TODAY PSAT Exam and half day for grades 9 11. Seniors have a College Visit day.

More information

LTAC P.O. Box 1190 Ruston, LA 71273

LTAC P.O. Box 1190 Ruston, LA 71273 Postage LTAC P.O. Box 1190 Ruston, LA 71273 P.O. Box 1190 Ruston, LA 71273 Phone 318.255.7950 800.738.7950 Fax 318.251.8324 www.latechsports.com Your Support. Their Effort. Everyone s Victory! Dear TECH

More information

Saint Edward Central Catholic High School

Saint Edward Central Catholic High School Saint Edward Central Catholic High School Where Discipleship Begins Welcome For three quarters of a century St. Edward Central Catholic High School has been a foundation of excellence in Catholic education.

More information

Talon Talk Foothill High School Newsletter

Talon Talk Foothill High School Newsletter From: Subject: Date: To: Foothill High School foothillnews@me.com Talon Talk: May 15 May 13, 2016 at 5:03 PM foothillnews@me.com Talon Talk Foothill High School Newsletter May 15, 2016 Office Phone 461-6600

More information

EAST BUTLER BULLETIN WHERE FUTURES BEGIN" MAY 15,

EAST BUTLER BULLETIN WHERE FUTURES BEGIN MAY 15, EAST BUTLER BULLETIN WHERE FUTURES BEGIN" MAY 15, 2018 www.ebutlertigers.org TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2018 Brainard 1st Grade Field Trip to Denton WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 2018 NO SPECIAL ACTIVITIES THURSDAY, MAY 17,

More information

SIGNATURE SCHOOL Calendar of Events Fall Semester (updated April 21, 2017)

SIGNATURE SCHOOL Calendar of Events Fall Semester (updated April 21, 2017) SIGNATURE SCHOOL Calendar of Events Fall Semester 2016-2017 (updated April 21, 2017) Staff Meetings (1 ST Wednesday of the month) 3:30 PM Room 605 September 7 December 7 March 1 October 5 January 11 April

More information

Welcome to the Booster Club Handbook

Welcome to the Booster Club Handbook Welcome to the Booster Club Handbook For more information on anything in this handbook, please contact: Shannon L. Juenger: Vice-President, shannon.juenger@extremepride.org Kristy Butcher: Fundraising

More information

aberdeen.armymwr.com Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/apgmwr

aberdeen.armymwr.com Like us on Facebook  Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/apgmwr ISSUE 2-4 LOOKING FOR JOB? Go to: www.usajobs.gov NAF Human Resources Civilian Personnel Advisory Center Bldg. 4504 Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG), MD 21005 Phone: 410-278-5127/5126/8993/5361/5371 Fax:

More information

It Takes a Village to Raise a Festival! OH Fall Festival & Marketplace Interested in Model UN Club?

It Takes a Village to Raise a Festival! OH Fall Festival & Marketplace Interested in Model UN Club? It Takes a Village to Raise a Festival! Do you have an hour or two? If you LOVE our festival we need you to volunteer for a shift. Thank you visit www.ohspa.org OH Fall Festival & Marketplace Is right

More information

ATTENTION SENIORS! CAP & GOWN PICTURES

ATTENTION SENIORS! CAP & GOWN PICTURES ATTENTION SENIORS! CAP & GOWN PICTURES Cap and gown pictures will be taken after school on Wednesday, April 29 and Thursday, April 30 on the stage in the cafeteria. Please bring your OWN cap and gown that

More information

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Class. Exam. Exam Lunches B & C Class. Exam

ANNOUNCEMENTS. Class. Exam. Exam Lunches B & C Class. Exam Friday, February 26, 2016 please read announcements 4 th period ANNOUNCEMENTS TRIMESTER 2 EXAM SCHEDULE Day 1 Thursday, March 3 Day 2 Friday, March 4 PERIOD Times PERIOD Times Period 1-7:58-9:08 Period

More information

Sophomore Orientation: Welcome Back BBQ. Senior, Junior, & 8:00am 12:30 pm. Welcome Freshman Lunch. Freshman Orientation: Freshman only.

Sophomore Orientation: Welcome Back BBQ. Senior, Junior, & 8:00am 12:30 pm. Welcome Freshman Lunch. Freshman Orientation: Freshman only. 0 August Summer Office Hours: am pm 0 Summer Office Hours: First Day of Fall Sports Practice Regular Office Hours :0 am :0 pm Solemnity of the Assumption Pupil Free Faculty In-Service :00 am pm Pupil Free

More information

September 26, St. John the Baptist Catholic School Newsletter

September 26, St. John the Baptist Catholic School Newsletter St. John the Baptist Catholic School Newsletter 1057 Hughes Road Madison, Alabama 35758 (256) 722-0772 www.stjohnb.com September 26, 2018 09/27/18 Uncle Maddio s Night 10/02/18 Re-Take Picture Day 10/02/18

More information

Osprey Welcome Week 2010 New Student Schedule of Events Wednesday, September 1 Monday, September 6

Osprey Welcome Week 2010 New Student Schedule of Events Wednesday, September 1 Monday, September 6 Osprey Welcome Week 2010 New Student Schedule of Events Wednesday, September 1 Monday, September 6 WELCOME ALL NEW FRESHMEN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS! Welcome Week is designed to ease your transition into

More information

Average Annual Costs for One Student-Athlete

Average Annual Costs for One Student-Athlete THE NEXT LEVEL FROM THE A.D. THE MISSION Dear Eagle Fans, What a great time to be a Winthrop Eagle! This past year was truly incredible, as our student-athletes continued to excel on the playing field,

More information

I n side th i s. SCA/Class Officers. Counseling News Changes to FAFSA Process. Giant Food Bonus Bucks The Day of Service College Fair SPED Advisory

I n side th i s. SCA/Class Officers. Counseling News Changes to FAFSA Process. Giant Food Bonus Bucks The Day of Service College Fair SPED Advisory Dear Parents and Friends, October is here, and we have had an excellent start to the year. This is traditionally a busy and exciting time at our school. The faculty, staff, and students are acclimated

More information

WHS Announcements October 3, 2018

WHS Announcements October 3, 2018 Sporting events today: WHS Announcements October 3, 2018 3:30 pm Bocce: Corollary Match @ Liberty High School 4:00 pm Soccer: Boys Varsity Game vs. Francis Scott Key 5:30 pm Soccer: Boys JV Game vs. Francis

More information

Ram Spam. Athletic Department News. This Issue OUR MISSION

Ram Spam. Athletic Department News. This Issue OUR MISSION OUR MISSION Colorado State University Athletic Compliance Newsletter Friday, October 7, 2011 This Issue Athletic Department News P.1 Upcoming Meetings P.2 Compliance Quiz P.3 P.4-8 The purpose of the Colorado

More information

Hosted by Cranston Western Little League

Hosted by Cranston Western Little League Hosted by Cranston Western Little League Baseball for a week..memories for a lifetime To: State Champion Manager From: Bob Rocchio, Tournament Director 2018 9/10 Eastern Region Little League Tournament

More information

If you decide to enter the Mr. /Ms. Alumni Contest, please find the attachments regarding:

If you decide to enter the Mr. /Ms. Alumni Contest, please find the attachments regarding: January 20, 2018 Dear NCCU Alums, The Mr. and Mrs. Alumni Contest for the Fiscal Year 2018-2019 has officially begun. This year Homecoming is scheduled for November 3, 2018. A new structure for the contest

More information

Did you know? GRANT HIGH Marshall Campus WEEKLY NEWSLETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL. March 2, Hello Grant Community,

Did you know? GRANT HIGH Marshall Campus WEEKLY NEWSLETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL. March 2, Hello Grant Community, GRANT HIGH SCHOOL @ Marshall Campus WEEKLY NEWSLETTER FROM THE PRINCIPAL Did you know? March 2, 2018 Hello Grant Community, The Spring Musical starts this week. Tickets are available online. See more information

More information

2018 Calumet County 4-H Trips Application Packet

2018 Calumet County 4-H Trips Application Packet 2018 Calumet County 4-H Trips Application Packet Grades 9-13 for the 2017-2018 school year All materials due Monday, October 16, 2017 Interviews are *** New Date*** - Wednesday, November 1, beginning at

More information

Senior Activities Spring 2018

Senior Activities Spring 2018 Senior Activities Spring 2018 APRIL 13 & 14 15 Spring Musical GRE 18 Delivery of Caps, Gowns & Graduation Announcements Hilliard Davidson High School 21 PROM - The Great Gatsby Crowne Plaza Dublin (600

More information

October 23-27, /25 WW Campus 12:42-1st hour. WW Auditorium. (Costume & Prop Sale) 10/28 Math Building 9am-5pm

October 23-27, /25 WW Campus 12:42-1st hour. WW Auditorium. (Costume & Prop Sale) 10/28 Math Building 9am-5pm October 23-27, 2017 Upcoming WW Events Event Date Location Time College Fair at Dobson High 10/23 Dobson High School WW Unity Day 10/25 Wear Orange All Day PSAT Testing WED. WW Campus 8am start See attached

More information

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Office Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Class of 2019 Yearbook Innovations

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday. Office Open 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Class of 2019 Yearbook Innovations August 0 7 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m. Class of 09 Yearbook Innovations 9 0 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m. 7 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m. Assumption of Mary 9 0 9:00 a.m. to :00 p.m.

More information

Blue Comet Wrestlers win State Championships

Blue Comet Wrestlers win State Championships Blue Comet Wrestlers win State Championships A weekly electronic publication of Asheboro City Schools Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel. -Socrates Congratulations to Sawyer

More information

SUPPORTING STUDENT-ATHLETES SINCE 1934

SUPPORTING STUDENT-ATHLETES SINCE 1934 IPTAY s mission: to provide funds for scholarships for student-athletes attending Clemson University. SUPPORTING STUDENT-ATHLETES SINCE 1934 P.O. Box 1529 Clemson, SC 29633 864-656-2115 1-800-CLEMSON clemsontigers.com/iptay

More information

Pittsburgh Select Lacrosse College Recruiting Information

Pittsburgh Select Lacrosse College Recruiting Information Pittsburgh Select Lacrosse College Recruiting Information Contents Introduction...Page 3 College Recruiting Timeline.Page 5 Initial Recruiting Package....Page 8 Sample Recruiting Resume.. Page 9 Sample

More information

Falls Band Beat. High School Corner. Dates to remember: In this issue: All-City Band Concert

Falls Band Beat. High School Corner. Dates to remember: In this issue: All-City Band Concert All-City Band Concert, 6:30 p.m. (students), 7 p.m. (audience), Winter 2018 A Tradition of Pride and Excellence through Music Dates to remember: Jan. 16 IMP meeting, 7 p.m., CFHS band room Jan. 17 All-City

More information

Tuesday. Newsletter. Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit. Continued on page 2

Tuesday. Newsletter. Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit. Continued on page 2 Tuesday The Newsletter Sacred Heart of Jesus School is a diverse community dedicated to educating the body, mind and spirit. Weekly News from Sacred Heart of Jesus School MARCH 27, 2018 Calendar Peek!

More information

EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE

EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE EMORY NATIONAL DEBATE INSTITUTE June 3-12, 2018 Public Forum Debate Commuter Emory National Debate Institute Public Forum Commuter Program 1 of 6 For over forty years, Emory University has offered the

More information

ATTENTION SENIORS! ATTENTION SENIORS: There is a Live Scholarship Link on Hopewell's Student Services' webpage and listed in The Titan Life

ATTENTION SENIORS! ATTENTION SENIORS: There is a Live Scholarship Link on Hopewell's Student Services' webpage and listed in The Titan Life ATTENTION SENIORS! ATTENTION SENIORS: There is a Live Scholarship Link on Hopewell's Student Services' webpage and listed in The Titan Life newsletter. Please check the link for opportunities to earn FREE

More information

WEEKLY BULLETIN 11/05-11/11

WEEKLY BULLETIN 11/05-11/11 WEEKLY BULLETIN 11/05-11/11 STUDENT ABSENCES This is just a friendly reminder that if your son will be absent due to an appointment, illness, college visit, or for any other reason we ask that you email

More information

Upcoming WW Events. September Josten s Senior Assembly. Tues 9/26 Auditorium 2nd hour. Burn the Bunny Weds 9/27 Amphitheater/ Field

Upcoming WW Events. September Josten s Senior Assembly. Tues 9/26 Auditorium 2nd hour. Burn the Bunny Weds 9/27 Amphitheater/ Field September 25-29 2017 Upcoming WW Events Event Date Location Time Josten s Senior Assembly Tues 9/26 Auditorium 2nd hour Burn the Bunny Weds 9/27 Amphitheater/ Field 3pm-5pm Club Intervention Thurs 9/28

More information

Douglas Doins. Oregon State University Extension Service Douglas County October 2015-January H Newsletter. Calendar of Events

Douglas Doins. Oregon State University Extension Service Douglas County October 2015-January H Newsletter. Calendar of Events Douglas Doins Calendar of Events Oregon State University Extension Service Douglas County October 2015-January 2016 4-H Newsletter October 2015 October 1: Rotary Steer Loan Applications Due to Extension

More information

West Hartford Public Schools. Dr. Nancy DePalma, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Tom Moore, Superintendent

West Hartford Public Schools. Dr. Nancy DePalma, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Tom Moore, Superintendent Agenda Item: PSAT Programming Meeting Date: October 6, 2015 From: Through: Background West Hartford Public Schools Dr. Nancy DePalma, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment

More information

FRESHMAN YEAR FRESHMAN YEAR

FRESHMAN YEAR FRESHMAN YEAR FRESHMAN YEAR FRESHMAN YEAR Make a list of colleges you would like to attend (10-20) and send them to your team coach Build and update your player profile Be involved school activities (student government,

More information

Mercyhurst Athletic Club. Strength in numbers

Mercyhurst Athletic Club. Strength in numbers Mercyhurst Athletic Club Strength in numbers Join our club The Mercyhurst Athletic Club supports the Lakers 25-sport NCAA Divisions I and II programs. Your contribution will greatly assist in enhancing

More information

Orchard Park High School PTO. Welcome Back Packet

Orchard Park High School PTO. Welcome Back Packet Orchard Park High School PTO Welcome Back Packet 2018-2019 Dear High School Parents: Welcome back! We hope that you had an enjoyable summer filled with family and friends, and that you are excited that

More information

Donges Bay. Bulletin. Home of the Eagles

Donges Bay. Bulletin. Home of the Eagles Donges Bay Bulletin Home of the Eagles Important Calendar Dates February 18 th February 23 rd February 24 th February 25 th 2 nd Grade Music Concert (6:15-7:15pm) 3 rd Grade Music Concert (7:15-8:15pm)

More information