Announcements, Fri. 05-20-2022

May 20, 2022

Good morning! Today is Friday, May 20th.

E-Day in our Z to A countdown. We are looking forward to seeing all the elegant eyewear or exercise clothing. Monday is D-Day in our Z to A count down. We want to see your Disney characters or dinosaurs

  •  Attention 8th through 11th graders: Congratulate your newly elected Student Body Government for the 2022-2023 school year: Ada Nesbit, Secretary; Bianca Lima Dias, Treasurer; Faith Franck, Vice President and Stella Bachmann, President.
  • This week you will have the opportunity to elect your grade level representatives with the results to be announced this Friday May 20th.
  • 8th Graders will find the video link and ballots on Dr. Mundorf’s, Ms. Miley’s or Mr. Bourn’s class canvas page.
  • 9th, 10th and 11th graders can find the video link and ballots on their councilor’s canvas page.
  • Details are posted around school or please contact Mr. Bourn for further details.

 “Prom tickets WILL NOT be sold at the door. YOU WILL NOT ENTER THE EVENT WITHOUT A TICKET. Get your tickets today!

Seniors please listen up. The following is information for senior finals week

  • Seniors will follow the normal school day schedule. You are still expected in all 4 classes this day.
  • Finals may be administered in 2nd and 4th period classes on Thursday, and 1st and 3rd periods on Friday. YOU STILL GO TO EVERY CLASS
  • Also, All work for classes, FLVS, APEX, and any PE waivers are due Friday, May 20th. Failure to do so will result in not being able to attend events, including: Prom, Senior Activities Days, and Graduation
  • Next week is Senior Week. Due to algae in the lake, we have changed our plans on Monday to have a water day on campus. Next Tuesday is Senior Awards, Family Picnic, and Final Wave Walk.
  • See the senior newsletter, or the announcements section in canvas for more details.

Tri-M Music Honor Society made a difference in the community this year thanks to the successful Winter and Spring food drives. 619 pounds of food were collected from these drives! Every pound contributed makes a significant impact on North Central Florida communities. Bread of the Mighty uses these donations to provide meals for those in need. For every 1.2 pounds donated, the Food Bank can supply food for approximately 1 meal. Therefore, our total of 619 pounds of food donations roughly provided 743 meals for the community! Congratulations to the 2021-2022 Tri-M Society and all community members who donated to the food drive!

Please pause for a moment of silence: Hang up and start again for the pledge

Please stand for the pledge:

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Have a wonderful day Blue Wave!

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