ANNOUNCEMENTS

Tuesday, November 20, 2018, D-Day

 

LUNCH POLICY CHANGE:

Due to continued issues with trash and food left outside after lunch waves, and our commitment at the Sound School to allow students to utilize our outdoor setting during lunch, we will be putting a new lunch policy into effect immediately. All students may be outside in designated areas during lunch waves after they have eaten their lunch. No lunch or other food may be consumed outside. Additionally, students playing basketball must eat lunch prior to going out to play.

 

 

BUD’S FISH MARKET IN BRANFORD IS LOOKING FOR PART-TIME HELP.  YOU MUST BE 16 YEARS AND OLDER, ENERGETIC, LIKE WORKING WITH CUSTOMERS, HANDLING LIVE LOBSTERS & FRESH FISH, STOCKING, PRICING, WORKING THE CASH REGISTER, FOOD PREPARATION, CLEAN UP, AND LIFTING 20 TO 30 POUNDS.  PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON AT BUD’S FISH MARKET LOCATED AT 4 SYBIL AVENUE IN INDIAN NECK, BRANFORD.

 

 

The Wilbur Cross High School boys’ basketball team will be holding tryouts on Thursday November 29 and Friday November 30. Freshmen will meet at 3PM, and Upperclassmen at 4:30. Interested students must bring a copy of their current physical.

 

 

Let’s think about how we can help others as the weather gets colder. Donate warm winter coats for children or adults to Melissa in Emerson 107 between now and January 6th. Jordan’s Furniture will have the coats dry cleaned and distributed in New Haven.

 

On Saturday November 17, 27 members of the Sound School Rowing Team participated in the 2018 annual Icebreaker Youth Championships. They competed with approximately 300 student rowers from as far away as Burlington Vermont, North Haven Maine, New York City, Boston and the South Shore of Massachusetts. Our crews distinguished themselves by bringing home 4 of the 11 available trophies. Our Novice 4 crew won their ½ mile sprint by 27 seconds over the team from Ledyard who won the overall sprints with a time nearly 2 minutes faster than our boat. Our Pro 4 won both their sprints by nearly 3 minutes and their nautical mile by nearly 3 minutes over the next crew of four. The only boat in the race faster than our pro 4 was a pro six from Vergennes, VT, who won their 6 oar division by only 1 second over our 4! The dedication, commitment, fortitude, and determination exhibited by our rowers is a testament to the strength of our team and the quality of our program. Congratulations on a job well done by all of our rowers and for carrying on our tradition of winning through fair play, great form, and supportive teamwork!! Thank you to the coaches, volunteers (particularly Jeff Alpert), and parents who supported this effort and made this all possible for our team.

 

 

 

D Day

and today begins

If you are in the class below,

with D and

G happens after E

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

…then you go to:

9

AB-Cardello

Rickes-424

9

AB-Daddio

Pickett-612

9

CD-Joseph

Edgett-212

9

CD-Patnaude

Norwood-Library

9

EF-Cardello

Class

9

EF-Daddio

Class

10

AB-Lacross

Daley-610

10

AB-Walsh

Daley-610

10

CD-Brencher/Otterbach

Dailey-107

10

CD-Walsh

Dailey-107

10

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

10

EF-Patnaude

Class

11

AB-Geist

Fuchs-425

11

AB-Morris

Fuchs-425

11

EF-Baldwin

Class

11

EF-Flanagan

Class

11

EF-Geist Last name A-L

Class

11

EF-Geist Last name M-Z

Class

11

EF-Roy

Class

11

EF-Solomon

Class

11

EF-Workinger

Class

12

CD-Baldwin

Padro-406

12

CD-Flanagan

Catalano-408

12

CD-Lacross

Catalano-408

12

CD-Low

Low-203

12

CD-Morris

Padro-406

12

CD-Roy

Roy-748

12

CD-Solomon

Ertelt-405

12

CD-Workinger

Padro-406

D Day

 

 

 

 

 

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