Daily Announcements - May 12, 2017
Pulsera Project: If you would like to support Nicaraguan and Guatemalan street artists, stop by the commons during lunch today 5/12 to purchase a $5 Pulsera Project Bracelet.
Book Group: Join book group in discussing the graphic novels "Watchmen" and "Boxers" on 5/15 after school in the library. All are invited. Happy reading!
NHS: The NHS meeting is postponed until 5/17 due to AP testing. Elections will take place on that date.
Junior Mentor: If you are a sophomore interested in becoming a junior mentor, please pick up an application in the Pupil Services office. Applications are due today 5/12.
Youth Exchange: If you've always wanted to travel the world or live in another country, sign up to attend the Rotary Youth Exchange meeting today 5/12 in the Pupil Services office during lunch.
Automotive Tech: To register for the Spotlight on Automotive Technology on 5/16 from 6:30-8:30pm at the CSCC Downtown Campus, visit the CSCC Website. Can be attended in person or viewed online.
Yard Banners: Senior Yard Banner orders will be accepted in the Athletic Office until 3:00pm on 5/19.
Honors & AP English: All students taking Honors or AP English next year need to pick up their summer reading books today 5/12 during advisory in the back of the library.
ACT: Printed ACT score reports will be mailed between 5/15-6/23. Parents & students can access scores on the ACT Website one week after receiving the mailed report.
Mental Health Month: May is Mental Health Month, and here is today's wellness tip: When something bothers you, let it all out on paper. Writing about upsetting experiences can reduce symptoms of depression.
Google Classrooms: Codes include: Career & Job Opportunities (o5ptlp), College Credit Plus (9qrpv5d), College Resources (j2n598), and Student Athletes (NCAA-zssjlay) See your counselor with questions.
Swim & Dive: There is a 17-18 Swim & Dive info meeting on 5/16 at 8:00pm in the Media Center. Please join if you would like to participate!
Quote of the Day: "Action springs not from thought, but from a readiness for responsibility." -Dietrich Bonhoeffer
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