Announcements, MondayFebruary 6, 2017
Congratulations to the blue wave track and field team for their outstanding performance at the North Florida Speed Track and Field meet at Lincoln high school in Tallahassee, Florida. These are the 1st place finishers in the boy divisions:
Ian Flores 1st in the 3200 meter run & 1600 meter run
Kiran Jaishankar 1st in the 800 meter run
Adrian Sermon 1st in the 100 meter dash
Nymeria Presley 1st in the 100 meter dash, 1st in the 200 meter dash, 1st in the 400 meter dash.
Yasmine Newman 1st in the 100 meter dash, 1st in the 200 meter dash.
Zuriel Reed 1st in the 100 meter dash, 1st in the 400 meter dash, 1st in the 200 meter dash.
Jocelyn Riley 1st in the 1600 meter run & 1st in the 800 meter run.
McKenna Humphries 1st in the Shot Put.
Other top finishers in the boys division were:
Coleman Tadrowski, Eric Smith, Anthony Landers, Josh Thompson.
Next Track meet will be Feb. 16th & 18th at Oak Hall School.
Good Luck to our Lacrosse Team vs. Newberry at 6pm at Newberry.
Cheerleaders will be selling $1.00 sno-cones on Tuesdays and Thursdays right after school at the cafeteria all spring. Please come out and support the Cheerleading Program.
Congratulations to Middle School Science Olympiad for competing in the Regional Meet this past Saturday. Team composed of Genesis Carpenter-Orozco, Emilie Doan, Miles Cooper, Cale Knowles, and Ethen Ungaro. A total of 10 middle school teams competed and our team brought back 5-top 3 finishes in their events!
-Anatomy and Physiology- 1st Place
-Rocks and Minerals-1st Place
-Write It/Do It-2nd Place
-Wind Power-3rd Place
High School National Honor Society members – please meet in front of the gym at 1:00 for the yearbook picture.
Middle School Lunch Science Club: Join our guest in Dr. Breil’s room N-382 to learn: “From Migrating Birds to Ospreys: How Your City Affects Birds”
There is a mandatory Student Government meeting, today during lunch in the guitar room J-306. All members, please be in attendance
Middle School B.O.S.S. will be meeting this Thursday, February 9th in Rm. J-306 during lunch. Lunch will be provided for current middle school members. (2/6/17-2/9/17)
Health Smart Campaign
Today’s Health Smart Reminder: Approximately 80% of your brain tissue is made of water (about the same percentage of water found in a living tree – maybe is this why people hit their heads and say “knock on wood”?).
For signing the Health Smart Challenge.
Last day to purchase and submit senior ads for the 2016-17 yearbook is February 28. Visit www.swiphoto.com or submit Yearbook Senior Ad Form with a check made out to UF to Mr. Holt. For more information email Mr. Holt (email@example.com).
Seniors – Grad Bash money and permission slips are due this week. Please turn it in to the business office. Permission slips are available from Mr. Bice or on the web site.
The senior class picture and lifer picture will be today at 12:15, at the top field. Today is also be the absolute last day to email Mr. Holt your baby picture and complete your senior questionnaire on the yearbook web page.
Words of Wisdom
This week is School Counseling Week. We’ve all been told to just ask for help. But we know that is often easier said than done. We may feel embarrassed, shy, or even afraid to ask. We may also feel like we should already know the answer or that no one else is feeling what we feel. There’s an Italian proverb that says: There is no helping him who will not be advised. We can’t get the help we need if we don’t ask. Everyone faces challenges in life. Everyone needs help at times. Everyone. Sometimes, we forget that our school counselors are an important resource for help. They became school counselors because they care about young people and want to help them become successful human beings. If you’re not sure how to manage a situation, seek out your school counselor and ‘just ask’. And, while you’re at it, thank them for the amazing work they do.
With something to think about, make it a great day. The choice is yours!
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