Announcements, Wednesday 5/1May 1, 2019
Today is Wednesday, May 1st and it is a B Day.
Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Key Club officers:
President: Patryk Weller
Vice President: Cierra Boutin
Secretary: Areej Ebrahim
Treasurer: Dariannie Merced Calderon
High fives to the Varsity Baseball Team for their win at Oak Hall yesterday. Way to go, Blue Wave! Come out to support your varsity baseball team for their last regular season home game and Senior Night on Friday night at 6 PM.
Did you know that the performing arts department is offering a strings class next year? Any student in 6-12th grade may enroll in the class for the 2019-2020 school year. This is a class that is scheduled during the school day, NOT an afterschool club. You do NOT need to have any experience to join our class. The strings class will have a place for beginners, young musicians, and experienced string players. See Mrs. Burg is you have any questions.
Auditions for next year’s high school vocal performing arts classes will be held Thursday, May 2nd immediately after school. There is a sign-up sheet posted on Dr. Harris’ door in the PAC. If you have any questions or conflicts, please see Dr. Harris in room A-104.
There will not be a National Hispanic Honor Society Meeting today.
Hello Middle school Acts of Random Kindness Club members. We are meeting in Mrs. Ireland’s office TODAY during lunch.
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.
Today is V day for the Z-A countdown; hopefully you dressed up like a word you’ve learned this year or are wearing a vest. Tomorrow is U day:
|U||Wear UF gear – or something from your favorite university, or something involving unicorns|
The entire Z-A list can be found on the website under announcements.
Seniors! The College Information and Readiness Club is bringing U-day to PK. TODAY, the senior class is invited to celebrate their college commitments by wearing any shirt from the school they’ve chosen to attend. On the same day, seniors are also invited to sign their name on the College Board in the cafeteria at lunch. Show your post-secondary school spirit, blue wave! You’ve earned it.
All high school students going to China in the fall will meet TOMORROW during high school lunch in Mr. Kovach’s room. All middle school students going to China in the fall will meet this Thursday during middle school lunch in Dr. Cordero’s room. Please check the Canvas announcement for more details.
The Alachua County summer driver education program is still enrolling students for their summer driving classes. If you are interested you can contact Scott Pritchett at 352-955-6959, pick up a form in the front office, or go to the Alachua County Schools website to sign up on line. For further information see Coach Johnson.Back to Announcements >