Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Would everyone please stand for the pledge to the flag (pause) – “I Pledge Allegiance.”
Lunch: French Toast Sticks w/Sausage Patties, Ham & Cheese Melt, Potato Puffs, Blueberries, and Low Fat Milk
Birthdays: Drayson Sanders, Nick Superko, Abbie Fisher
Prom is fast approaching! Are you a guy in need of a tux or a girl that has a date that needs a tux? Our raffle tickets will be sold during your lunch period Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Ladies, are still in need of a prom dress? Since prom is right around the corner Becca’s closet will be open every day during morning homeroom. For those who don’t know, Becca’s closet is located in the library. The closet also has suits, shawls, and shoes available.
Any juniors or seniors who would like to have their name removed from the prom court ballot please see Mrs. Potts by March 31st. If you do not plan on attending prom you should remove your name from the ballot.
If you are going to the prom, please remember to dress appropriately. Prom is a formal dance and dresses, suits and ties are required. No jeans are permitted!
That’s right…Donkey basketball will be here on Thursday, April 6th! See a junior or senior to get your ticket for $6. Tickets at the door will be $8.
Attention yearbook members- we will be staying after every day this week. Please attend.
If you are participating in a spring sport, you MUST have your activity fee PAID by March 31st. You must pay in order to participate. Pay your activity fee to Mrs. Sheldon in the front office!
We will be having a football meeting for anybody interested in playing football grades 8-11 on today at 3:15 in the auditorium.
Leo Club: Volunteers are needed to help make ice cream sundaes at the elementary school’s Parent Night, tonight from 5:45 to approximately 8:00. See Mrs. Chamberlin or sign up on the bulletin board.
Attention Trigonometry and Calculus students... If you would like to participate in Trig Star on April 28th, our first practice will be today immediately after school in Mrs. Palermo's room.
There will be a meeting for all donkey basketball players today 10th period in the art room. If you cannot attend please see Mrs. Case ASAP!
Last call for juniors or seniors who want to play donkey basketball! If you are interested in playing see Mrs. Case ASAP.
There will be a prom committee meeting Thursday, March 30th, 10th period in the art room.
Attention all art students: Please mark your calendars for April 10! Our district art show will be open on April 10 at the Wyalusing Community room on Main Street for you, your family and friends to visit and see all of the wonderful art created this year. All are welcome!
Please come to the office: Kendall Krewson, Madison Hebda, Calvin Burke and Mr. Loomis
There will be a Leo Club meeting Thursday 10th period in the library.
Student Assistance Program
The Student Assistance Program, SAP, is a way to identify high risk students who are having school-related problems because of alcohol and drug use or who are at risk of suicide and other emotional, social, and mental health problems. It is a confidential method for intervening and referring students to appropriate community services. It is an intervention, not a treatment program.
Anger Management Suicide/Depression
Eating Disorders Substance Abuse
Physical/Mental Abuse Other Personal Problems
Community Agency Peers
The focal point of the Student Assistance Program is to identify and help students who are experiencing social, emotional or physical problems that are detrimental to their success in school and themselves as a person.
The SAP is designed to function as follows:
1. To recognize students with problems – based upon observable behavior
and student performance (identification).
2. To meet or contact parents and students to provide information and data on behavior, performance and district policy (intervention).
3. To refer student and family to appropriate agencies (referral).
4. To insure the policies of Wyalusing School District are followed.
5. To establish aftercare support systems as needed (support).
Support Groups serve as a form of supplemental assistance which provides students the opportunity to constructively express thoughts and feelings, to develop a sense of belonging, to achieve self-acceptance and to gain appropriate social skills in a confidential, encouraging atmosphere.