ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, March 20, 2018, A Day

 

The Beekeeping Group will be meeting this afternoon from 2:30 to 5:00 in Kevin Daley’s room. This week we begin hive building so please make your best effort to attend. Food will be provided.

 

Seniors>>>> your senior dues are past due and should be paid by Monday 3/26. Donna will not be available to collect the money after this date.

 

All Students>>>>>>> There will be no snacks available in Donna’s room after Monday 3/26 . She will reopen after April break

 

 

The following students have shadows TOMORROW: Leif Dykstra, Mabel Rivadeneira, Lauren Mullaly, and Riley Wilcox. Please meet your shadow in McNeil at 7:50 am tomorrow 

 

For Wednesday: The following students have shadows on Thursday: David Walstedter, Elizabeth Fontana and Haylee Perra. Please meet your shadow in McNeil at 7:50 am tomorrow 

 

JUNIORS: TOMORROW you will participate in SAT School Day.  The test will take place in the Thomas Building.  Please refer to the room assignment list, which are posted in all the buildings, for your test room. The Thomas building will be closed. If you are NOT a junior and have class in Thomas, your class has been relocated. The relocation grid has ben emailed to all teachers, so make sure you know where you are going.  If New Haven schools are closed on Wednesday or we have a delay that does not allow enough time for testing then all students would take the SAT on the Makeup date(s), April 24 and April 25. Similarly, If New Haven is open but your district is closed, you will take the SAT on the makeup date as well.

 

 

TOMORROW is World Down Syndrome Day. Please wear blue and yellow to help spread awareness and be a part of Jianna Horner’s capstone and be included in a group photo.

 

 

Attention all students – Don’t forget to get your proposals in to lead a Shake it Up! Day workshop on Friday, April 13th.  Submit a proposal to run a Shake it Up! Day workshop that outlines what the workshop would entail either in writing to Megan in Thomas 416 or by email to megan.koonze@nhps.net by TOMORROW.  If you have any questions, stop by Megan’s room during a G or H period for further details.

 

Attention Sound School Students! It is almost time for the Spring Lock-In hosted by the Senior ROV Team! Join us on March 23rd for a fun night of movies, music, and games! Pizza and drinks will be served. There will also be two video game tournaments to participate in with prizes for first place as well as a Magic the Gathering tournament! Tickets are $8 beforehand OR $10 at the door, with an additional $2 fee to enter a tournament, and will be sold during all three lunch waves. Michiphotagraphy will be at the lockin to help you capture the moment with your favorite PJs and sleepover buddies. Only $4!

 

 

Attention students! The Sound School Community Outreach and Opportunity Project is running a sock drive as part of Chapel on the Green’s Foot Care Fair for the Homeless. Community service hours will NOT be provided, however, all students are still encouraged to donate as many socks as they can. The Chapel is mostly in need of new men’s socks, but clean or lightly used wool socks will also do. There will be a box in the main office for collecting. The socks will be delivered to The Chapel on March 29th, so please hurry!

 

There will be an FFA Leadership Group meeting TODAY from 2:30-4:30 in room 307. Please add your name to the meeting sign-up sheet posted on the FFA bulletin board if you plan to attend. 

 

Ag Day is about recognizing – and celebrating – the contribution of agriculture in our everyday lives. The National Ag Day program encourages every American to:

·         Understand how food and fiber products are produced.

·         Value the essential role of agriculture in maintaining a strong economy.

·         Appreciate the role agriculture plays in providing safe, abundant and affordable products.

Take today to think about how many things agriculture provides to you- Happy agriculture day! 

 

Today’s G period Assignments. There are two groups scheduled for the Library today: CD Flanagan and CD Solomon.

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with A and

G happens after:

Ag/Aqua Class

B

 

…then you go to:

AB-Daddio

Class

AB-Cardello Last names A-F

Class

AB-Cardello Last names G-Z

CD-Daddio

Koonze-416

CD-Joseph Last names A-L

Nuzzo-213

CD-Joseph Last names M-Z

Koonze-416

EF-Lacross

Padro-406

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

AB-Alpert-Aqua students

Class

AB-Alpert-Agri students

Class

CD-Walsh

Fuchs-425

CD-Brencher/Otterbach Last names A-M

Tiedemann-208

CD-Brencher/Otterbach Last names N-Z

Fuchs-425

EF-Walsh

Flanagan-725

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Rickes-424

AB-Geist

Class

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Lizotte-815

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Joseph-405

EF-Geist FALL CLASS

Nuzzo-213

EF-Lacross FALL CLASS

Buell-604

EF-Morris FALL CLASS

Prete-107

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS Last names A-F

Tiedemann-208

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS Last names G-Z

Buell-604

AB-Roy

Class

CD-Alpert/Morris

Morris-728

CD-Baldwin

Baldwin-715

CD-Flanagan

Norwood-Library

CD-Low

Low-203

CD-Roy

Roy-748

CD-Solomon

Norwood-Library

CD-Workinger

Prete-107

EF-Lacross

Morris-728

 

 

 

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