Announcements, Wednesday 3/20March 20, 2019
Today is Wednesday, March 20th and it is an A Day.
Congratulations to the following track athletes who placed for points yesterday in the Alachua County track and field Championship:
- Girls 4x100m relay placed 5th consisting of Andrea Ortiz, Taylor Ellis, Jessica Bain and Nymera Presley.
- Girls 4x800m relay placed 4th consisting of Laci Herron, Riley Blackwelder, Jocelyn Riley and Haley Romrell.
- Girls 4x400m relay placed 4th consisting of Nymera Presley, Zuriel Reed, Haley Romrell and Anastasia Fernandez-Smith
- Chloe MacLaren placed 2nd in long jump and 7th in shot put
- Del Ducharme placed 5th in discus
- In shot put: Nick Maccioli placed 2nd, Cole Jackson placed 7th and TJ Bushear placed 8th.
- Nymera Presley placed 2nd in 300m hurdles
- Sam Barnett placed 4th in 300m hurdles
- Laci Herron placed 4th in the 1600m run
- Ian Flores-Rodriguez placed 8th in the 1600m run
- Zuriel Reed won the 400m dash.
Great day for the blue wave track team! Good luck on Saturday at Santa Fe and UNF.
High fives to the Varsity Baseball Team for their 12-4 victory at Eastside last night. Way to go, Blue Wave!
Middle School National Honor Society members – look in your Canvas Inbox for the survey from Mrs. Beckett. Please complete this survey by Friday, March 22. It’s only two questions, but your responses are incredibly important to our work.
All members of Global Awareness Club, we will meet on March 29. We will be meeting to discuss the Global Scholar program and to start planning our Global Celebration Day. Attendance to this meeting is mandatory.
UNICEF, Water walk is TODAY after school. Please bring your water gallons and or water buckets. Please remember to bring your UNICEF donation envelopes.
Attention Students: Registration for Summer School Driver Education is now open. Applications are available in the front office or can be downloaded from the School Board of Alachua County website. Contact Scott Pritchett at 955-6959 for further questions.
Attention High School students, the 10th grade class will be hosting a Men’s Volleyball Tournament fundraiser on Friday, March 29th during 6th period. There will be four teams, one from each grade 9 through 12. Beginning Monday, March 18th through Friday, March 22nd, you can sign up to represent your grade outside of the cafeteria for $8 per person. Each team can have 10 players maximum. For more information talk to the 10th grade student government representatives.
Varsity and JV Football Cheer tryouts will be on Monday, March 25th and Tuesday, March 26th from 3 – 6 PM in the gym. Please pick up a tryout packet from the front office of online from the cheer website
Seniors! There are new additions to the Spring scholarship newsletter. Please check it out on the School Counseling Twitter or the School Counseling portion of the website.
Seniors! The College information and Readiness Club is bringing U-day to PK. On May 1st, the senior class is invited to celebrate their college commitments by wearing any shirt from the school they’ve chosen to attend. On the same day, seniors are also invited to sign their name on the College Board in the cafeteria at lunch. Show your post-secondary school spirit, Blue Wave. You’ve earned it!
Beginning today – slushies will only be sold during the first half of the lunch period in order for you to have time to consume them before heading back to class. For middle school, this means from 11:50-12:05 (Wednesday 12:05-12:20) and high school 12:30-12:45 (Wednesday 12:35-12:50).
NO SLUSHIES should be taken out of the cafeteria area. We are having issues with them being spilled on furniture, Chromebooks, and other things. Teachers, NO SLUSHIES should be allowed inside ANY classrooms. Students, if you plan on having a slushy, buy it at the beginning of the lunch period and finish it before you head back to class.Back to Announcements >