Announcements, Friday, 11/30November 30, 2018
Today is Friday, November 30th and it is an A Day.
Congratulations to our Thespians for their successful and well-attended Showcase last night. Best of luck to all of the performers in their competition this weekend.
Blue Wave GSA will meet today during lunch. Middle school GSA will meet in Mr. Bourn’s room. High school GSA will meet in Ms. Andrews’ room. High School GSA members: We are getting our picture taken for the yearbook during this meeting. All members, please plan to attend, and please be prompt.
Marine Science Club members: Please turn in your coupon books and orders to Ms. Andrews as soon as possible! ALL books must be returned or paid for.
Will the students ever beat the teachers on the court? Come to the Student-Faculty basketball game next Friday to find out! Tickets go on sale at lunch today–still only $3 or 3 cans of food. All proceeds go to charity.
Come join PK’s newest club, the Project LIT book club! We will meet every other Friday during lunch to talk books, play trivia games, and plan events. Middle schoolers, we will meet TODAY during lunch in Ms. Flake’s room. High schoolers – we will meet TODAY during lunch in Mr. Kovach’s room. Bring your food and your friends!
Congratulations to Middle School Soccer! Girls won 4-0 and boys won 5-2 last night. Congratulations also to the Middle School boys basketball team for defeating The Rock last night 45-34. Way to go, Middle School, Blue Wave!
National Junior Honor Society Members – we will meet TODAY in Mrs. Beckett’s room during lunch. Please bring your lunch and your ideas for our next service project to our meeting during lunch.
Want to win some candy? During high school lunch TODAY, American Sign Language club will be hosting a fundraiser. Guess the closest to the actual amount of candy in the jar and you get to keep it! $1 for 1 guess or $3 for 5 guesses. Winner will be announced in Monday’s morning announcements!
From the Cafeteria: Study hall cafeteria lines will be closed today. We will have vending machines full, however.Back to Announcements >