ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, May 20, 2019: C-DAY

 

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.
  • Wednesday and Thursday will have math sessions with Mr. Padro.
  • Juniors should come on Thursday to begin the college application process with Nilsa.

Those who attend over the next two weeks will be eligible to attend an all-day field trip to Quassy Amusement Parks in June.

 

All juniors scheduled to take the Seal of Biliteracy test tomorrow must report directly  to room 107 with a chromebook.

 

This is an important announcement for members of the Student Council:  There will be a meeting today during G period in John’s room.  All members who can make it should attend.

 

Applications are now available for the PAC Capstone Scholarship competition from your Capstone advisor. Applications are due Wednesday, NO EXCEPTIONS. They may be turned in electronically or to Pete Solomon or Kim Workinger. Students must be available to present their projects to the PAC Scholarship committee on Saturday, June 8.

 

Sophomores and Juniors interested in taking a college course next fall at Gateway, Southern or Yale MUST meet individually with Julie, our ISSP Coordinator, in person in Student Services, any Tuesday until TOMORROW. Stop by ASAP to talk over your options — minimum requirements are a B average and 400’s on the PSAT or SAT. Application deadlines are fast approaching, so don’t delay! 

 

Here at The Sound School we must be in compliance with State Health Statutes.  We need a current physical and immunization history for all 9th graders before you return to school in August.  So far only 1/3 of our ninth graders have turned them in.  We have mailed letters and posted on Facebook, so now it’s up to you.  Let’s get this done before school gets out in June.  If you have questions, talk to Nurse Rosellen in Emerson.

 

A big round of applause goes out to the Sound School Rowers for their impressive performance at the Spring Wave Race at the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum this past Saturday. After traveling 260 miles, sleeping on the floor in the museum and rising very early, our Rowers once again distinguished themselves by winning first place in 3 of the four divisions that we were registered for. This included the hotly contested Pro 4 category against a crew of seasoned veterans from New York’s Harbor School who won the Elm City Challenge here in New Haven, thereby achieving vindication and renewing our friendly rivalry with our sister school from Governor’s Island. Once again, the legendary Sound School found a way to overcome a daunting challenge through perfect teamwork, unity and excellent seamanship! Nice job Rowers!

 

 

G Period Assignments: No students to Library period G:

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with C and

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

G happens after D

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Geist

Admin-Caf

9

AB-Cardello

Pickett-612

9

CD-Patnaude

Class

9

CD-Joseph

Class

9

EF-Workinger

Ortega-607

9

EF-Cardello

Daddio-756

10

AB-Patnaude

Nuzzo-213

10

AB-Brencher/Otterbach

Nuzzo-213

10

CD-Walsh

Class

10

CD-Brencher/Otterbach

Class

10

EF-Walsh

Salankar-403

10

EF-Brencher/Otterbach

Blank-606

11

AB-Baldwin

Tiedemann-208

11

AB-Morris

Tiedemann-208

11

EF-Baldwin FALL CLASS

Catalano-408

11

EF-Flanagan FALL CLASS

Lizotte-815

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname A-L

Lizotte-815

11

EF-Geist FALL CLASS Lname M-Z

Dailey-107

11

EF-Roy FALL CLASS

Catalano-408

11

EF-Solomon FALL CLASS

Salankar-403

11

EF-Workinger FALL CLASS

Dailey-107

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

C Day

 

 

 

 

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