ANNOUNCEMENTS

Friday, March 15, 2019: A-Day

 

Spend a Day with Habitat! Volunteers are welcome to join Habitat for Humanity at its worksite in New Haven or at its ReStore in Wallingford. Volunteers ages 16 and older are needed Tuesdays through Saturdays. Please go to habitatgnh.org and register.

 

 

Attention scouts, flag enthusiasts, and AMERICANS! The Sound School Flag & Etiquette Committee is seeking students interested in learning about our school’s nautical flagpole and the proper display of flags. The Spring organizational meeting is in Mr. Pickett’s room in Anderson 612 during G period, TODAY. See Pickett for a pass.

 

IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS, THERE WILL BE AN INVASIVES REMOVAL PROJECT THIS SATURDAY AT 10:00AM AT THE MID BRIDGE IN EDGEWOOD PARK.  TOOLS AND GLOVES WILL BE PROVIDED.  WEAR STURDY SHOES, LONG PANTS AND HIGH SOCKS. 

 

Harry Cervantes should report to Anderson 606 at 8:00am to take the National Spanish Exam.

 

 

Wilbur Cross Softball Tryouts: TOMORROW 10AM for New Players, 12N for returnees….Also Monday, 3-5:30 for all players both sessions will be held at the Cross Gym. All players must bring a valid physical and sign up on formreleaf.com. Please see Marchela Corolla with any questions.

 

Today, students in 82 countries are going on strike to demand that their governments take action on climate change. At 2 PM in the McNeil parking lot the environmental science seniors are hosting a rally in conjunction with the international effort. Everyone is needed. Everyone is welcome. This is about our future and our planet. It’s time to take a stand. 

 

 

 

Do you like Mario, Kirby, Yoshi, or Link? Then come on down TODAY In the Sound School library 2:30-4:30 for a Smash Ultimate tournament, with prizes.

 

This week’s Citizen of the Week is Rachael Harris. Harley Zdanis nominated Rachael and she writes, "Rachael should be our Citizen of the Week because she is always likely to make you smile. She always will drop everything to help a friend in need."

 

 

 

Our fourth annual Shake it Up! Day where students and teachers are able to participate in fun enrichment activities that fall outside of our regular classes will be coming in April.  If you have a skill you’d like to teach your peers, if you would like to share an aspect of your culture, or if you have a hobby you’d like to display, you can submit a proposal to run a Shake it Up! Day workshop.   Workshops should have an enrichment focus area such as art, history, culture, or volunteer work.  See the orange information sheets posted around campus for how to submit your Shake it Up! Day workshop proposal.  See Megan in Thomas 416 if you have any questions.

 

Mrs. Improta and the Language Department are planning a trip to Italy and Greece for spring 2020.  The trip is open to all Sound School students.  If you would like to know more, please stop by her classroom in Emerson or Lori’s classroom in Anderson.  Don’t miss this great opportunity! 

 

Anyone who wants to be a district or state FFA officer please apply by April 1st. Please go to ctffa.org and scroll down to applicants and select state officer or district president application.

Prom is coming! Dresses are in demand! Consider donating or even taking a dress from Melissa’s room, Emerson 107. We will collect, swap, distribute, and finally donate dresses on March 31st. Jordan’s Furniture will have the dresses dry cleaned and distributed by Project Hope CT, a New-Haven based organization.

 

The Senior Ocean Engineering class is hosting a MONTH. LONG. RAFFLE!! For the month of April, they are giving away one prize for each day of the month. Some prizes include Amazon gift cards, movie passes, and even tickets to a New York Yankees game!! They will be selling tickets during all three lunch waves! But get your tickets soon, they cut off ticket sales the last day of March so they can start announcing winners April 1st. Support the Ocean Engineering class while getting a chance to win over $1000 in prizes!! 

 

Today’s G period assignments. No students should be sent to the library period G.

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with A and

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

G happens after B

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Geist

Class

9

AB-Cardello

Class

9

CD-Patnaude

Joseph-Caf

9

CD-Joseph

Flanagan-725

9

EF-Workinger

Pickett-612

9

EF-Cardello

Brencher-Caf

10

AB-Patnaude

Class

10

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

10

CD-Walsh

Dailey-107

10

CD-Brencher/Otterbach

Dailey-107

10

EF-Walsh

Koonze-416

10

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Daddio-761

11

AB-Baldwin

Class

11

AB-Morris

Class

11

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Brencher-Caf

11

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Lizotte-815

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname A-L

Buell-604

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname M-Z

Improta-109

11

EF-Roy FALL CLASS

Joseph-Caf

11

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS

Koonze-416

11

EF-Workinger FALL CLASS

Buell-604

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

A Day

 

 

 

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