ANNOUNCEMENTS

THURSDAY, October 10, 2019: C-DAY

 

Interested in taking a FREE college class in January? You must see Julie in Student Services on any Tuesday through November 5th. You need to be a junior or senior with good grades and responsible behaviors. Both NEW and RETURNING students must apply, so don’t delay.  

 

An admissions counselor from Roger Williams University will be visiting Sound School TODAY at 1:40 pm in the Cafeteria.  Please remember to sign-up in Naviance if you would like to attend this college information session.

 

This week’s SAGA meeting will be in Mr. Pickett’s room in the Anderson building room 612 during G period today. Remember to check in with your G period teacher before you go to SAGA, and always remember: I belong, You belong, We belong. 

 

 

 

If you are interested in crocheting hats to be donated to Stockings for Soldiers, join us for an informational meeting TOMORROW during Period G in the Foote Building Aquaculture Office.  This is a community service opportunity.  You do not need to know how to crochet; we will teach you.

 

 

Attention Divers! Want to escape the cold this winter? Join the dive club for a week of diving in the Florida Keys! There is an informational meeting for interested students and parents TONIGHT at 5:30 in room 761. See Pete Solomon and the Dive Club Classroom page for more information on the trip. 

 

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 next Wednesday. 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 Wednesday.

 

 

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.

 

Reminder to all students who eat outside: Pleas continue to pick up after yourselves if you wish to continue to enjoy that privilege.

 

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

 

Our first winner is Michelle Galarza. Pebbles writes, "Michelle should be our Citizen of the Week for mentoring an underclassman during the Big E. Thank you, Michelle."

 

Our second winner is Pebbles Lacross. Steve Joseph nominated her and Steve writes, "She beautifies our campus with flowers. She provides wonderful, life-changing curriculum to our students and adult education learners. She is always willing to help others. Thank you for all you do."

 

Michelle and Pebbles, please stop by to see Randy. And just a reminder that nomination forms can be found in the Cafe by the microwave, in the main office, and by Randy’s desk in Student Services.

 

 

Today’s G period assignments. No student 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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