Today’s Breakfast: Pancake sausage stick, low or fat free milk.
Today’s Lunch: Baked chicken and roll or meatball hoagie, scalloped potatoes, chilled diced pears, carrot cake and milk.
FOR Message of the Week:
Be in love with your life. Every minute of it.
Cell phones, electronic devices and headphones may not be not be visible while in the hallways.
The art room will be CLOSED 9th periods for the rest of the week.
Looking for a fun way to kick off your spring break? Don’t miss the Donkey Basketball game Thursday at 7PM. The juniors and seniors will be competing in a crazy game of basketball all while trying to tame those wild donkeys. Get your advanced sale tickets for $6 from Mrs. Sheldon. Tickets at the door will be $8.
Thursday is World Autism Awareness Day: Let’s Shine a Light on Autism and Light It Up Blue. Wear Blue on Thursday and show your support!
Seniors who went on the senior trip but have not turned in the survey and picked up your voucher, please see Mrs. Voegtlen ASAP.
Envirothon members please get your field trip forms turned in to Mrs. Voegtlen.
This Thursday will be the last dodgeball game! The winners face our teachers’ team, Keyes Killers! Tickets will be sold 9th period in room #9 for $1.
There will be a final meeting for all girls who played jr. high basketball this year during 9th period on Wednesday in Mrs. Putnam’s room. Please be sure to bring you uniforms to hand in.
There were will be a mandatory yearbook meeting in the yearbook room today at 3:00. All staff must attend.
Wednesday is the last day for Penny Wars. Dig out that change.
Help is needed to count change for Penny Wars 9th period. Please come to room #7, 9th period if you can help.
9th graders interested in the Youth Leadership Program: Today is the last day to turn in your completed application. If you are not sure if all has been turned in, please see Mrs. Goodman 9th period.
Tomorrow is also the last day for juniors to turn in their senior project proposals without penalty.
Students attending the Jim Thorpe white water rafting trip must submit their release of liability forms to Mrs. Doerner by this Wednesday, April 1st.
There will be a meeting for all donkey basketball players today during morning homeroom in Mrs. Case’s room.
Vocal Jazz rehearsals for this week are: Tuesday, March 31st sopranos and altos; Wednesday, April 1st tenor and bass: DO NOT MISS THESE REHEARSALS!
Junior Chorus solo auditions are: today, Tuesday, March 31st and Thursday, April 2nd during morning homeroom.
Seniors: The deadline for the Learning Forward, the STA and the Joseph Every Scholarships is this Wednesday, April 1st.
Reminder: students are not allowed to bring open containers into the building, including Dunkin Donuts.
Attention Student Driver’s – If you are parking in areas that you are not permitted to park and you are caught you will lose your driving privileges. This includes those of you who are parking out front by the cafeteria and you are not a member of National Honor Society. Being late for morning homeroom does not give you permission to park out front. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Reminder: The Junior-Senior Prom is taking place Saturday, April 25th, at St. Basil’s in Dushore. Students must be in grades 10-12 and no one over the age of 20 may attend. In order for a 10th grade student to attend they must be invited by a junior or senior. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Case for more information. Please pay attention to the dress code. Guys need to wear dress pants, shirt and tie and girls need to wear appropriate dresses.
The vending machines by the shop are off limits to students during the school day including 9th period. The only exception is students who are leaving the building before the end of the day for a school activity.
Those who are eating breakfast may report to the cafeteria at this time.