ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, May 22, 2018, A-Day:

 

THE LIBRARY IS CLOSED TODAY. NO STUDENTS SHOULD BE SENT TO THE LIBRARY AT ANY TIME TODAY. G PERIOD GROUPS ASSIGNED THERE ARE REASSIGNED TO THE CAFETERIA.

 

Attention dive club members! If you did not attend Friday’s meeting, you MUST see Pete Solomon today to pick up some important paperwork and updates. Remember, all open water students will be diving this Wednesday after school.

 

Roman Khondker, a student in our school is an official candidate for State Representative for the 116th district, which consists of West Haven, and New haven. Him and his team are looking for volunteers for his campaign. Community service hours will be given to the students who volunteer. If anyone has any questions speak directly to Roman Khondker, or email him at romankhondker@westhaven18.com

 

 

 

NATIVE SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES: If you will be a junior or senior at Sound School next year and you are a native-speaker of a language other than English and are not currently enrolled in a course for that language, please see LORI BLANK to see if you might be eligible to take a test for the Seal of Biliteracy on your High School Diploma next year. Lori is in Anderson 607.

 

Last call for college classes! If you want to take a class at Gateway or Southern in the fall, you need to see Julie in Student Services on Tuesdays. The application deadline is next week, so anyone wanting to discuss that possibility MUST see her TODAY. Thank you!

 

On Saturday May 19th, the Sound School Open Water Rowers participated in the Spring Wave, a youth only rowing event at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum in Vergennes, Vermont.  Sound rowers competed in fours and sixes against crews from Champlain Valley Union school, Burlington high, The Rice school, Mt. Abrams high, Vergennes high, Martha’s Vineyard, Go Rowing of Belfast Maine, and from New York’s Harbor School.  Sound’s First fours took first place with an all Sophomore crew, our Intermediate four took third in their division, and Sound’s Novice six took a first place in their division, so overwhelmingly that they also beat the time of the best Intermediate six.  Congratulations and a job well done by our rowers, especially in the last event, The Mess-About, when our crews mix with competitors to further the spirit of community and sportsmanship. The rowers and coaches would like to extend a special thanks to Marie Barecchia of North Haven for assisting with Chaperone, management, and cooking duties.

 

Today’s G period Assignments. THE LIBRARY IS CLOSED TODAY. There are two groups scheduled for the library today. CD Flanagan and CD Solomon These groups should report to the CAFETERIA. No students should be sent to the library today.

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with A and

G happens after:

Ag/Aqua Class

B

 

…then you go to:

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Rickes-424

AB-Geist

Class

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