Announcements, MondayApril 17, 2017
The 2017 April Scholarship Letter is now available on the school website and the School Counseling Twitter! It will be on the Student Government Twitter as well.
Good Luck to our Softball Team at Bronson today at 6:00pm.
Cheerleaders will be selling $1.00 snow-cones on Tuesdays and Thursday’s right after school at the cafeteria all spring. Please come out and support the cheerleading program!
Any current 8th – 11th grader that is interested in playing spring football, see Coach Johnson during lunch to sign up. You must have a 2.0 or higher cumulative grade point average.
Creeks and Currents literary magazine staff: Important, mandatory meeting in J-311 today after school.
Middle school lunch science club: Join in Dr. Breil’s room to discus GMO’s.
This month, Key Club, in collaboration with UF’s Hispanic Latino Affairs, is hosting a shoe and sock drive for migrant farm workers in honor of the Cesar Chavez Memorial Day of Service. We are collecting new socks and new or gently used shoes. There will be a donation box in Mrs. Andrews’ room and in front of the cafeteria every day during high school lunch. If you have any questions please see Raul Ortiz.
Health Smart Campaign
Most tap water contains fluoride, a salt compound that helps prevent cavities. Drink water and protect your teeth!
There will be a fundraiser to benefit Health Smart PKY on Thursday, April 20, from 6pm to 9pm at Blaze Pizza on Archer Road. Those attending the fundraiser must show a flyer at the register in order for us to receive 20% of the proceeds from Blaze. Flyers are available in the front office or by emailing Dr. Geiger at email@example.com. You can provide a paper copy of the flyer or simply show it on your phone in order to help out our effort.
Look for the Facebook page called “Health-Smart P.K. Yonge Fundraiser” and please share it with your digital community. See you at Blaze Pizza next Thursday night!
The Spring Chorus Concert will be Tuesday, April 18th at 7pm. The concert is free.
Join us tomorrow night to watch these awarding winning high school choirs perform.
Words of Wisdom
In any democracy, there will always be disagreements on everything from the economy to foreign policy to social issues. It’s not always easy to resolve these disagreements. Even though there may be caring and responsible people on both sides of every issue, the communication between those who disagree can become very disrespectful, whether that communication is face-to-face, on television, online, or in the newspapers.
But our democracy depends on responsible citizens who have the courage to discuss difficult issues in respectful ways.
This is called civil discourse: talking to one another in ways that are respectful so we gain insight into each other’s viewpoints.
Not everyone thinks the same way, but we can learn to engage in a respectful debate and then work together to find solutions. Without civil discourse, everyone loses.
With something to think about, make it a great day – the choice is yours.
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