Announcements, Friday 12.6.2019December 6, 2019
Today is Thursday, December 5th and it is an A Day.
Do you create Tik Toks of dances? Would you like them to be shared with the school? This year our yearbook will have QR codes to scan for video and audio clips. If you’d like to share your appropriate dance Tik Toks, go to the yearbook page, under class pages, on the website and upload your video. https://pkyonge.ufl.edu/academics/class-pages/high-school/additional-course-options/yearbook-waverunner/
Have you ever wondered if you could help the homeless members of our community stay warm on cold winter nights? National Junior Honor Society members are collecting blankets during the first two weeks of December to donate to the Alachua County Coalition for the Homeless and Hungry. Please bring a blanket to donate in one of our boxes around campus.
The Alachua County Democratic Party is sponsoring a writing contest for middle school students. The topic is: What African American Leader Inspires You…and Why? Essays must be emailed no later than January 20th. There are cash prizes for the winners. For more information, see the flier in the front office window.
All UNICEF students our school cleaning day is Wednesday, December 11 after school. Please join UNICEF cleaning our school.
Calling all interested Middle School Readers!
TODAY Mrs. Belvin will have a short meeting for students that might be interested in joining the Battle of the Books team. Team members will be required to read books, form questions about the book, practice answering questions, and compete with other schools in Alachua County for the Battle of the Books Trophy! The battle will be held on a Saturday in May and we will go out for Pizza after we win to celebrate our work. Meeting for interested 6-8th grade students will be this Friday, before school in Mrs. Belvin’s classroom in the 4/5 community. Or Please email Mrs. Belvin if you are interested in joining our team! firstname.lastname@example.org
Mu Alpha Theta will meet today in Mr. Bice’s room during lunch.
All students interested in participating and performing at the COCO for kids activity sponsor by UNICEF please see Cierra Boutin and Mrs. Santiago TODAY during lunch in room Z-1427. We are looking for musicians, singers, poets and dancers.
This is a reminder about our medication policy: Students should not have any medications outside of the school clinic. All medications — including over-the-counter medications must be dispersed by the school nurse. Under no circumstances should be offering or sharing medications with others.
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