Announcements, Wednesday

January 18, 2017


The Internship class with meet in the library today.

The January Scholarship letter is now available! Look for it in a few places: the school website, on Student Government Twitter, and on School Counseling Twitter. If you have any questions about the scholarships or other opportunities listed, come see Ms. Bryen.


Congrats to girls soccer on their 9-1 victory over Williston in the district quarter final game on Monday night.

Congrats to JV girls basketball on their 58-18 victory over Trenton last night.

Congrats to varsity girls’ basketball on their 72-50 victory over Trenton last night.

Good Luck to our Boys’ Soccer Team vs. St Francis (H) at 6:00 pm (Senior Night).
Good Luck to our Girls’ Soccer Team during our District Semi-Finals tonight!

All girls interested in playing softball—there will be a meeting on Thursday, January 19th right after school at the softball field.  All girls trying out for softball will need to have updated physical and consent forms. You can get those forms from the main office or the athletic trainer or Coach Clifford.


Science Olympiad will be meeting on Monday’s, Wednesday’s and Friday’s during Middle School lunch in Ms. Sheppard’s room-N-385 until February 3rd to prepare for our upcoming competition.

The National Junior Honor Society will meet Tuesday, January 24 during lunch in Dr. Cordero’s room I-110.  Hope to see all members next week!

Teachers and students:  Don’t be left out. Tuesday, Jan 31, is the final day for submitting work for the 10th anniversary issue of Creeks and Currents lit mag.  See or email Mrs. Harrell J-311 if you need further information.  The magazine will go on sale in May.


Calling all Seniors – tomorrow and Friday please see Ms. Bryen outside the cafeteria during lunch to tell her how you want your name written on your diploma.

Words Of Wisdom

Monday, we celebrated and recognized the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He was an accomplished orator whose moving speeches and wisdom helped to end an unjust era of segregation. Reflecting on his life and his example can inspire each of us to be the best human beings we can be. Dr. King had a strong belief in doing the right thing. He once said, “The time is always right to do what is right.” We are all faced with decisions every day. Some may be difficult choices, like telling the truth in a tough situation. Others can be small choices, like saying hello to someone on the sidewalks that we don’t know well. But whatever the choice, we can learn from Dr. King’s example by using these opportunities to do the right thing, no matter how difficult. With something to think about, make it a great day! The choice is yours!








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