ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY, September 27, 2019: C-DAY

 

Reminder: Save The Sound is still hosting coastal cleanups at various beaches and needs volunteers this Saturday and Sunday and next Saturday, October 5th. The Friends of Hammonasset are also in need of volunteers for its Native American Festival at the Guilford Fairgrounds on October 5th and 6th. Volunteering for either of these events is a great way to build community service hours. For additional event information, please grab a flyer from the bulletin board in the hallway of McNeil building or at the Main Office doors of Foote Building.

 

There will be a  meeting for all students who submitted an essay for the Bermuda trip;  during G-Period on Tuesday in John Roy’s class room-   748.

 

 

Apply to the Jane Matilda Bolin Program at Yale. A program for students of African descent to explore the rich world of African-American Studies. Immerse yourself culturally and academically in college style seminars alongside Yale professors and students. Meets on Saturdays! Apply online by October 4th with this link: onhsa.yale.edu/bolin

 

Attention all student leaders!  If you have an interest in Student Government please consider joining Student Council to represent your peers this year.  The student council meets once a week to plan student activities, to provide student feedback on school policies, represent the student body at the monthly meetings of Sound’s School Planning and Management Team, and represent Sound School at the city-wide student council meetings. To become a member you must complete an application packet.  You may pick up applications in John Buell’s room in Anderson 604.  If you have any questions, feel to stop by his room or Kevin Daley’s in the Anderson Building.

 

Get ready to dance! Homecoming is on Friday, October 25th at Amarante’s from 7 to 10pm. The price for the event is $45.00 per person. Please see Melissa in Emerson 107 to purchase tickets by October 17th.

 

Attention Sound School Scientists! If you are interested in participating in the FFA Science Fair, come to organizational meeting NEXT TUESDAY, in room 765

 

REMINDER: NO SCHOOL ON MONDAY. THERE WILL BE NO AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ON TUESDAY. PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY

 

This week’s Citizen of the Week is Ryder Page. Randy Howe nominated Ryder and writes, "Ryder did a great job of staying focused during Advisement this week and tried to help his classmates to do the same. Ryder knows there is a time for work and a time for play and this is obvious when you look at his good grades!"

 

Ryder, go see Randy to get your certificate and everyone else, please remember that there are nomination forms in the Cafe as well as the main office. 

 

 

Todays G period assignments. No students should be sent to the Library period G:

 

If you are in the class below,

and today begins

with C and

G happens after:

Grade

Ag/Aqua Class

D

 

 

…then you go to:

9

AB-Cardello

Tiedemann-208

9

AB-Mulligan

Fuchs-425

9

CD-Cardello

Class

9

CD-Patnaude

Class

9

EF-Geist

Koonze-416

9

EF-Mulligan

Daley-610

10

AB-Lacross

Dailey-107

10

AB-Walsh

Blank-606

10

CD-Fucci

Class

10

CD-Walsh LastName A-K

Class

10

CD-Walsh LastName L-Z

Class

10

EF-Fucci

Dailey-107

10

EF-Patnaude

Catalano-408

11

AB-Geist

Rickes-424

11

AB-Lizotte

Rickes-424

11

EF-Baldwin

Norwood-LIB

11

EF-Brencher

Buell-604

11

EF-Roy

Catalano-408

11

EF-Solomon

Norwood-LIB

11

EF-Workinger

Buell-604

12

AB-Roy

Roy-748

12

CD-Baldwin

Class

12

CD-Brencher

Class

12

CD-Lacross

Class

12

CD-Low

Class

12

CD-Lizotte

Class

12

CD-Roy

Class

12

CD-Solomon

Class

12

CD-Workinger

Class

Period

GC


 

 

 

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