WEDNESDAY, October 2, 2019: ADV-DAY
Senior portraits by David Frost are ready to view! Katie emailed private viewing codes to each senior who had portraits taken. Seniors MUST respond to Katie with their choice for the yearbook and which picture they would like printed for their package by Tuesday October 8th.
Students who are interested in playing baseball for Wilbur Cross this year: there will be a meeting this TOMORROW at 3:00p.m . in the Wilbur Cross Caféteria.
Student Leaders where are you? We are still looking for more students to join the student council and play a leadership role at our school. Pick up application packets from John Buell or Kevin Daley. Both are in the Anderson building.
Hey! Vet Tech is starting up again!!! Where you can learn about all kinds of animals, their biology, how to care for them, and the future of animal care. The first meeting will be the 16th of October. If you have any questions please talk to either Katelynn Hanson or Brianna Lane. Permission slips for this program should be picked up from Kim Workinger’s room at Foote and brought signed on the 16th.
TOMORROW the first SAGA meeting of this school year will be held in Pete’s room during G period. Make sure to check in with your G period teacher before attending the meeting. I belong, you belong, we belong.
Bee Club will meet TOMORROW in Anderson 610? I apologize for the late notice but they are predicting possible T Storms this afternoon.
Reminder to all students and parents: After school programs are concluded each day by 5pm and there are no after school programs on Mondays. Campus is closed when programs are concluded. Please be sure to pick up your child or arrange for timely transportation. Any students remaining on campus at 4:45pm must report to the Foote Building lobby to await pick-up.
The Fall Blood Drive is coming up on Thursday October 10 from 8:00am – 1:00pm in the Library. You can register to give blood at 1-800-RED-CROSS, at RedCrossBlood.org, or with Evelyn at the Main Office. Our community needs you! Earn community service hours by donating blood or your time. Come help with the blood drive for an hour starting at 7:30am. Sign ups will be at the Main Office.
Attention Divers! There are still spots available for Saturday’s dive trip to Bigelow Hollow! Sign up with Pete in 761 before the end of the day TOMORROW!
Reminder: Save The Sound is still hosting coastal cleanups at various beaches and needs volunteers this 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.
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 FRIDAY with this link: onhsa.yale.edu/bolin
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 TODAY, in room 765