ANNOUNCEMENTS

I am home with a sick kid today. Rebecca will be reading the following….

 

Wednesday, April 25, 2018: B-Day

 

There will be a GENERAL meeting for all those interested in participating in the Spring Fishing Directed Lab after school this Thursday, April 26 from 2:45 to 4:30 pm in Room 718 Foote. Questions, casting and safety training, and Directed Lab permission slips will be discussed.  If you are interested please plan to attend or contact Jack Walsh or George Baldwin.

 

Any AG student interested in helping on Saturday April 28th, 2018 from 8-11 with the Pancake breakfast please see Pebbles today! 

 

You may notice there is a new sign-in sheet in the library. Please be sure to sign in and out when you go to the library. You must have permission and a pass from a teacher to go to the library if you are not assigned there. Teachers, a reminder, do not send students to the library without a pass.

 

What to show your school pride?"
-Come to the school store After School from 2:30 to 4:30 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays
-We have a variety of Sound School apparel and relics that will make perfect gifts for you or your loved ones

 

All tickets to prom must be purchased by Friday may 4th.  The prom will take plce on Friday May 18 at Birchwoods at Oak lane Country Club in woodbridge from 7-11 PM.  Tickets are $60.00 per person. This is a final purchase date . There can be no exceptions one the final date has been given.

 

Seniors, It is time to reserve you spot for the Senioe trip to Six Flags.  There is no cost ofr admission and lunch at Six Flags but there is a $15.00 charge to help cover the cost of the bus.  There will be one coach bus and our school bus. Bus seating will come on a first come, first serve basis.

 

 

 Eco Adventure will start TOMORROW in Kim’s room. We need to discuss whether or not we will be spending this coming Saturday on a field trip to replace the overnight trip.

 

This is an important announcement for all sailors:  The sailing team has an away race against Branford today.  Please meet at the sailing shed at 2:25 so that those who are not going can still catch their bus.
Sharpie sailors: you will not be meeting this afternoon, but we should be able to launch the boats on Thursday after school.

 

 

Any senior interested in participating in the 2nd annual Color Warz should come to the cafeteria on TOMORROW during G period. We will decide on a theme and begin planning how to decorate the McNeil building. Let’s Color!

 

There will be a Bermuda meeting TODAY during flex; room 748. Students who cannot attend should speak to John or Jeff

 

ATTENTION FRESHMEN!!  We are still waiting for half of you to bring us a 2017 or 2018 physical.  It is a requirement and you MUST do it before you start your sophomore year or you will be excluded from school.

 

 

Keen on learning how to code? We want you! Kode With Klossy Summer Camp is a free (yep, free!) two-week summer program for girls 13 – 18 years old. You’ll be in classes of 20 participants learning to build real-life apps with code. If you’re interested in tech, this is an excellent opportunity to create and meet other young women who are, too. https://www.kodewithklossy.com/

 

 

The U.S. Military Academy would like to invite students to participate in the West Point CT Project’s Day Overnight Visit. The Academy would like to formally extend an invitation to students to visit its campus and participate in CT Project’s Day which will be held at West Point May 2-3, 2018.  This is an opportunity for West Point to show students the great work that cadets are doing. Please see the link in the electronic version of these announcements. The scholarship deadline has been extended to April 27, 2018 in order to accommodate more students.  For students who wish to accept the Future Innovators Scholarship, please RSVP with “CONNECTICUT” and your email address using the following link: http://evite.me/bqhz7B4zxM no later than April 27, 2018.

 

 

 

Looking for a summer job? New Haven Parks & Rec is hiring for Summer Camp Counselors. You must be at least 16 years old and live in New Haven to apply.  If you are interested, pre-applications are in a folder on the bulletin board on the second floor in Emerson Building. Please return the completed application to the Career Services Office or the Career Services mailbox in McNeil Building TODAY.

 

 

Today’s G period Assignments. There is ONE group scheduled for the library today: EF Morris 

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with B and

G happens after:

Ag/Aqua Class

C

 

…then you go to:

AB-Daddio

Catalano-408

AB-Cardello Last names A-F

Catalano-408

AB-Cardello Last names G-Z

Blank-607

CD-Daddio

Class

CD-Joseph Last names A-L

Class

CD-Joseph Last names M-Z

Class

EF-Cardello

Ertelt-405

EF-Lacross

Ertelt-405

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Daley-610

AB-Alpert-Aqua students

Daley-610

AB-Alpert-Agri students

Lacross-112

CD-Walsh

Class

CD-Brencher/Otterbach Last names A-M

Class

CD-Brencher/Otterbach Last names N-Z

EF-Walsh

Improta-109

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Rickes-424

AB-Geist

Ortiz-DeOrue-606

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Lizotte-815

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Pickett-612

EF-Geist FALL CLASS

Salankar-403

EF-Lacross FALL CLASS

Salankar-403

EF-Morris FALL CLASS

Norwood-Library

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS Last names A-F

Pickett-612

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS Last names G-Z

Ortiz-DeOrue-606

AB-Roy

Roy-748

CD-Alpert/Morris

Class

CD-Baldwin

Class

CD-Flanagan

Class

CD-Low

Class

CD-Roy

Class

CD-Solomon

Class

CD-Workinger

Class

EF-Lacross

Lacross-112

 

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