Announcements, Tuesday, 12/18December 18, 2018
Today is Tuesday, December 18th and it is an exam day. Remember, exams are each day this week, and the school days will be shorter. Today periods 3 & 4, and tomorrow periods 5 & 6. The school day will end at 11:50 each day. Grab and go lunches will be available for Middle and High School, but tomorrow the campus will close at 3:30 PM. Please make arrangements to be off campus at that time.
The outside café will be closed for the remainder of the week. The east side café will be open at 11:30 for anyone to grab a lunch on their way home.
SBAC night school driver education classes begin Thursday, 1/24/19 at the Traffic Safety Center. Please call Scott Pritchett at 352-955-6959 to register. All pertinent information can be found on the SBAC website.
The College Information and Readiness Club is asking that all our SENIORS, who have college acceptances letters, to fill out the survey, which has been sent through your Remind/SMS from Mr Lightbourne.
If you have not yet ordered your 2018-19 yearbook, reserve a copy today at the early bird rate of $70 and guarantee yourself a copy. Prices will increase after December 31 to $80. Senior yearbook ads are also available for purchase. A senior ad is a dedicated section of the yearbook specifically for you. Your parents may purchase an ad online, and we strongly recommend that the ads be ordered sooner rather than later so we can start them ASAP. Once your ad has been purchased, we will email your parents a form to gather ad information regarding their son or daughter. Ads will be available for purchase until January 31. See the announcements page on the website to click on the link to reserve a copy of the yearbook or senior add. Your 2018-19 Yearbook Team thanks you for your support.
Football banquet tickets are on sale for $8 each. Everyone must have a ticket to attend. Players are free, guests must purchase one. Please see coach McDonald in his classroom for tickets before Wednesday the 19th. Tickets will not be sold after that date.
Hey, students! Do you want to hear your teacher sing “The 12 Days of Christmas” over the announcements on the last day before Winter Break? Bring any amount of money and put it in your favorite (or, maybe, not so favorite) teacher’s container. You can put in paper money or coins – it doesn’t matter – the teacher who has the most money in their container will be singing on the morning announcements. The trio will include one elementary teacher, one middle school teacher, and one high school teacher. Make sure you fill those containers to make your teachers sing!
If you are interested in joining a jazz band, please attend the interest meeting in the band room at 12:15 TODAY. Those who participate will earn a half credit. Membership is open to 8th through 12 grade students.
Public Service Announcement From Middle School Kindness club for Students ages 7 – 17: Youth Service America, along with Hasbro is sponsoring a “Be Fearless, Be Kind” Campaign and pledge. For everyone who takes the “Be Fearless Be Kind” pledge through December 20, Hasbro will donate a toy or game to Toys for Tots, to be donated to children in need. So, Be Fearless, Be Kind and take the pledge at: befearlessbekind.hasbro.com.
The scholarship newsletter for December is now available on the P.K. Yonge School Counseling Website and will available on the School Counseling Twitter by this weekend. There are lots of opportunities open until early January, so winter break is a great time to send in applications to help with future college tuition!
Any middle or high school students interested in participating on the Varsity Tennis team this season should refer to the Boys or Girls Tennis website for more information. Practice will begin in late January. For more information, contact Coach Van Boven.Back to Announcements >