Announcements, Thursday

May 10, 2018


Good morning, Blue Wave.  Today is Thursday, May 10th and it is an A Day!




Today is P day, hope you’re wearing pajamas, the color pink or purple! Tomorrow is O Day, be sure to wear the color Orange!


Attention students who are registered to take AP exams:


There are only four circumstances whereby a student may makeup up an AP Exam:


  • Family Emergency/Crisis (requires note from parent/guardian)
  • Conflicting School Event (requires note from school sponsor)
  • Serious Illness (requires note from doctor)
  • Conflict with another AP exam


Health Smart Tip of the Day: Drink water instead of sodas and other sweet drinks. There are 10 teaspoons of sugar in one can of soda. Such large amounts of sugar each day can cause unwanted weight gain.


All lost and found items will be discarded after Friday.  The items have been organized to be easily recognizable and will be on display in the ISD room during school tomorrow and Friday and during the Tumblin Creek Arts and Sciences Festival tomorrow evening.  PLEASE come claim your clothing, lunch boxes, water bottles and other items before they are tossed.


Do you want to spend your summer diving into springs and exploring swamps? Do you want to empower yourself as leader for Florida’s environment and communities? Join the Young Leaders for Wild Florida, a two-week environmental leadership summer program for teens in Alachua County.  If you are ages 16-19 and interested please visit Walk for Wild Florida’s website and select Young Leaders for Wild Florida.


The application process for all sixth and seventh grade students interested in becoming a member of the National Junior Honor Society is open. The requirements include a cumulative 3.4 GPA for 7th grade students and proficient in all core classes for 6th grade students.  Interested students must complete an application form that is available on the club page of the school website.  Students can also get an application for directly from Dr. Cordero or Dr. Breil.  The application is due Friday, May 18th.


The Hispanic Honor Society will be selling Hispanic Food during the Art Festival today. Be sure to stop by and get some good food!


Congratulations to the 2018-19 Key Club officers–

President: Zane Vesper

Vice President: Cierra Boutin

Secretary: Leah Kern

Treasurer: Patryk Weller

Our first officers’ meeting will take place on Tuesday, May 22nd during our regularly scheduled meeting time.






Water day is Friday, May 18th, the last day of AP exams. (it is not this Friday)

Please check the upperclassmen page for updates on all senior items.



School Counseling:


The End of the Year Scholarship Newsletter is available! Please visit the P.K. Yonge School Counseling Page or the School Counseling twitter to take a look.


Seniors, please remember to fill out a “Final” transcript request form and turn in to Mrs. Flinchum or Ms. Bryen to have your transcript sent to the College you are going to attend.


Power Hour:


All students currently in 8-10th grade interested in traveling to Europe in the Summer of 2020, please see Mrs. Santiago in room Z-1427, this week during Power and come to our meeting on May 10 with your parents from 6-7 pm.


HS Offerings:

  • Dance Marathon
  • First Priority
  • Japanese Language and Culture Club
  • National Art Honor Society
  • OM- Weller’s Team
  • 4-H Club
  • Tri-M


HS Office Hours:

  • Allison
  • Andrews
  • Bice
  • Fabulich
  • Hazan
  • Johnson
  • Lemstrom
  • Linne
  • McCrea
  • Myers
  • Perez


MS Offerings:

  • 4-H Club
  • First Priority
  • Softball Club


MS Office Hours:

  • Breil
  • Cheveallier
  • Harding
  • Kovach
  • Mundorf
  • Pringle
  • Simpson



The library is reserved for 11th and 8th grade today during Power Hour.



Have a wonderful day!

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