ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, April 8, 2019: B-DAY

 

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 is posted in the Thomas and Anderson buildings, for your test room. Testing begins promptly at 8am. If you bring your cell phone to school you will need to check it in with Eric, and he will place it in a secure location. All bookbags will also be secured. If you are NOT testing and you would typically have class in Thomas, your class will be relocated and that will be communicated to you today. 

 

Enjoy some short stacks for a tall cause at the Sound School’s Pancake Breakfast Saturday, April 27th from 7:30-11:00. Hosted by the Senior Ocean Engineering Class, you will be served an “all you can eat” breakfast in the Thomas Building for just $7 per person! This is also the same day as the placement test, so if you’re bringing a sibling or volunteering, come on down and enjoy a well rounded meal! You can find more information on the Sound School Website, or from flyers posted in all five buildings!

 

Salutations Sound School Sharpies! The Sound School Flag & Etiquette Committee will convene during G period on Wednesday, April 10 in Mr. Pickett’s room. Agenda items include: flags for the second flagpole, holiday and special occasion flag days, and a reading from Chapman’s Piloting & Seamanship. Don’t miss out on all the excitement; but, do get a pass from Mr. Pickett before the meeting.

 

Reminder to all students who signed up for this Spring’s open water dive certification course. Your class begins this Wednesday at 2:30 in the library for a classroom session. All members of the class must attend. 

 

Any student planning to attend the National FFA Convention October of 2019:  Please stop by Emerson 112 at the beginning of G period on Tuesday or Wednesday! It will be brief, see Pebbles for a pass.

 

 

 

The After School Program, running out of Megan’s room every Tuesday through Thursday, will have many great activities next week: 

  • Tuesday will have an environmental education workshop with Cori from the New Haven Land Trust – Julie’s college prep workshop WILL NOT be running this week.
  • Wednesday will have a field trip to City Climb – an indoor rock climbing facility.
  • Thursday will have an environmental education workshop with Cori, and a math session with Mr. Padro.

 

All Students: The PAC Waterfront Festival T-shirt Design Contest has begun! You have until TOMORROW to submit your designs. Will yours be the one chosen for this year’s t-shirt? Forms are available in Foote and McNeil.

 

Join us on April 11th from 430-730 at Jordan’s furniture to go climbing, eat pizza and have ice cream all while supporting The Sound Schools trip to The National FFA convention!  Please pre-register for climbing by signing up in the main office and bringing your $25 fee! See you there!

 

9th grade students, this is a special message for you!  The State of Connecticut requires that we have a current physical and immunization history for each of you.  A physical done in 2018 or 2019 will fulfill this requirement.    Information about free clinic services is included in the letter that was mailed home last week.  Deadline for handing in the physical is the first day of 10th grade but we want your physicals handed in before the end of this school year if possible.  Please bring them to nurse Rosellen in Emerson.

 

 

 

This week we have two Citizen of the Week awards to announce. Our first winner is Destiny Matos. Luz Sanchez-Diaz nominated Destiny and Luz writes, "Destiny is always there for you and always gives you good advice. She’s very polite to everyone. She helps us when we need it, too!" Our second winner is Breanna Lugo. Kim Workinger nominated Breanna and writes, "Every single time we ask if there is anyone who can help out a classmates with a technical issue, she leaps out of her chair and helps. Heck, she helps the teachers out, too Always with a smile. Always patient with her fellow students!" Please see Randy for your certificates and congratulations to both Destiny and Breanna!

 

 

 

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 B and

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

G happens after C

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Geist

Admin-Caf

9

AB-Cardello

Improta-109

9

CD-Patnaude

Class

9

CD-Joseph

Class

9

EF-Workinger

Ortega-607

9

EF-Cardello

Daddio-756

10

AB-Patnaude

Daley-610

10

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Daley-610

10

CD-Walsh

Class

10

CD-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

10

EF-Walsh

Koonze-416

10

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Blank-606

11

AB-Baldwin

Fuchs-425

11

AB-Morris

Fuchs-425

11

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Rickes-424

11

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Rickes-424

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname A-L

Buell-604

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname M-Z

Edgett-212

11

EF-Roy FALL CLASS

Edgett-212

11

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS

Koonze-416

11

EF-Workinger FALL CLASS

Buell-604

12

CD-Baldwin

Class

12

CD-Flanagan

Class

12

CD-Lacross

Class

12

CD-Low

Class

12

CD-Morris

Class

12

CD-Roy

Class

12

CD-Solomon

Class

12

CD-Workinger

Class

B Day

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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