ANNOUNCEMENTS

Monday, September 9, 2019: A DAY

 

Lifeguard Classes begin September 19! Open Swim Thursdays 4-7PM, Lecture Fridays 4-6PM, Lifeguard Bootcamp Saturdays 10AM-2PM. Water activities are held at the Hillhouse pool and Lecture at 790 Grand Avenue. Call 203-777-6771 or 203-928-0644 or email kdeclet@ccaoh.org.

 

Admissions Ambassadors Needed – Our school has an opportunity for students to represent Sound during campus tours, admissions interviews, school recruitment visits, our upcoming open house event and more.  Students can earn community service hours as well as fulfill the sophomore leadership project. If interested, please attend an informational session during G period on Thursday, in room 405 Thomas.  Unable to attend or have questions, see Steve Joseph, Pam Ertelt or Rick Padro. This is a great way to share how special Sound School is to you.  See you there!

 

The Sound School Community Service will be at the downtown evening soup kitchen Tuesday September 24, 2019 from 5-7. Space is limited to 6 students. Sign up in the link found in the announcements. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0C4DAAA62AA5F85-desk6 Our volunteer opportunity for TOMORROW has been CANCELLED.

 

Any student who has been selected to attend the national ffa convention in October must attend a meeting TODAY during g period in the cafe. Please bob or Pebbles if you have AB as your double.

 

 

Want to be a better student? Want to have more free time when you are at home?  Want to get improved grades?  COME TO HOMEWORK CENTER! MORNING IS ALREADY OPEN AND AFTERNOONS STARTING TUESDAY SEPTERMBER 10th!!! Thomas Building 2nd Floor: Before school Monday – Friday 7:15AM – 8:00AM; After school Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 2:30PM – 4:30PM.

 

10th Graders! Bring your physicals to Nurse Rosellen. Remember: You’re not supposed to be here without a physical form.

 

This week we have two winners of the Citizen of the Week award.

 

The first is Spencer Bigman. DD Hamilton and Michele Fucci write, "Spencer is hardworking and always willing to pitch in. He has high standards, works well with others and has an independently great work ethic!" Nice job, Spencer.

 

The second is Christina Johnson. Pebbles writes, "Christina worked incredibly hard at the Greenhouse, despite the heat and smiling the whole time." Way to go, Christina.

 

Citizen of the Week nomination forms can be found in the cafe by the utensils. It would be great to have students nominating other students each week!

 

 

G Period Assignments: No students to Library period G:

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with A and

G happens after:

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

B

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Cardello

Class

9

AB-Mulligan

Class

9

CD-Cardello

Nuzzo-213

9

CD-Patnaude

Ertelt-405

9

EF-Geist

Rickes-424

9

EF-Mulligan

Daley-610

10

AB-Lacross

Class

10

AB-Walsh

Class

10

CD-Fucci

Padro-406

10

CD-Walsh LastName A-K

Padro-406

10

CD-Walsh LastName L-Z

Pickett-612

10

EF-Fucci

Fucci-728

10

EF-Patnaude

Catalano-408

11

AB-Geist

Class

11

AB-Lizotte

Class

11

EF-Baldwin

Pickett-612

11

EF-Brencher

Brencher-LIBC

11

EF-Roy

Catalano-408

11

EF-Solomon

Fuchs-425

11

EF-Workinger

Norwood-LIB

12

AB-Roy

Class

12

CD-Baldwin

Hamilton-Café

12

CD-Brencher

Brencher-725

12

CD-Lacross

Hamilton-Café

12

CD-Low

Low-203

12

CD-Lizotte

Brencher-LIBC

12

CD-Roy

Roy-748

12

CD-Solomon

Norwood-LIB

12

CD-Workinger

Pickett-612

Period

GA

 

 

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