Announcements, Monday

December 12, 2016


Reminder to students – Today is a 4,5,6 day and tomorrow is a 1, 2, 3 day.

Secondary students: just a reminder that we will have early release at 11:45 am on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, this week. The library will not be available after school on those days. Except for those students in the Blue Wave After School Program, all students are required to be off campus by 12:15 pm on those days. You are invited to pick up lunch from the cafeteria on your way off campus.


Any student interested in participating in Varsity Tennis this year should attend an information meeting today at 3pm in the cafeteria.   This meeting is for the Boys and Girls Teams.

Good Luck to our

Girls MS Basketball vs. Ruth Rains (H) at 5:00 pm, Boys at 6:30 pm


Students currently in 8th-11th interested in traveling to Europe with Mrs. Santiago and Mr. Moody in the summer of 2018 please see Mrs. Santiago this week after school.

Middle School Lunch Science Club:  There will be no meeting today.  Good luck on your exams.

Students, gather your best original writing of all types and give it to your English teacher or to Mrs. Harrell (J-311), and the literary magazine staff will consider it for publication in the special, expanded 10th anniversary issue of Creeks and Currents.  You may submit work from this year or from past years.  Deadline for all submissions is Jan 20, 2017, but the sooner the better.  Teachers, you can submit any awesome work your students do in your classes as well.


Seniors, it’s time to submit your senior info, baby pictures, and nominations for senior superlatives.  All you need to do is access the yearbook class page.  From the PK homepage click Academics, Class Pages, and scroll to the bottom to click on the yearbook link.  The deadline is January 15th. Don’t miss out.

Words Of Wisdom

The holidays are a special time for gift-giving. We spend lots of time looking for the perfect gift for that special person in our lives. Sometimes we spend so much time, energy, and money on that “perfect” gift that we lose sight of the true spirit of giving. A gift, after all, is a way of expressing love and appreciation, right? . . . a way to honor someone we care about.
Robert Louis Stevenson, author of the classic, Treasure Island, says this: ‘I am in the habit of looking not so much to the nature of the gift as to the spirit in which it is offered.’
Sometimes, just a simple letter, poem, or card that expresses love or appreciation can be the very best gift of all. So don’t let a lack of money or time stand in the way of giving the greatest gift of all – a gift of love. Remember: The best gifts are tied with heartstrings. With something to think about, make it a great day! The choice is yours.



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