Breakfast: Pancake sausage stick or assorted whole grain cereal with toast, chilled juice and/ or fruit, and low fat milk.
Lunch: Pasta primavera or chicken cheesesteak hoagie, green beans, blueberries and low fat milk.
FOR Message of the Week: Just a drop of kindness could make a BIG difference in a person’s life…
Seniors going on the class trip, please return your forms to Mrs. V. as soon as possible.
Early Morning Jazz will rehearse Thursday, May 5th at 7:45 AM in the chorus room.
Seniors in chorus will rehearse their Graduation song during Wednesday morning homeroom.
The Leo club’s Relay for Life team will be accepting donations for moons and stars and luminary bags during lunch periods. These are a great way to honor loved ones battling cancer or to remember those who have lost the fight.
This Wednesday, May 4th will be the last 6:00 PM activity bus run for the 15-16 school year.
One more opportunity to buy Krispy Kreme doughnuts for the year. One dozen of glazed cost $7.50 and one-half dozen of cream filled or chocolate glazed cost $6. Please see and FBLA member or Mrs. Doerner if you would like to order. Doughnut orders must be in by this Friday, May 6. Doughnuts will be here Wednesday, May 11.
There is a sign-up sheet in the front office for the senior All Night Party. There is a $10 deposit that needs to be paid at the time of sign up.
Attention juniors and seniors: Prom tickets are on sale now. Tickets are $25 and on sale in the front office. Tickets include D.J., food, unlimited photo booth and beautiful décor. Please remember that prom is a formal dance. Formal attire includes, dresses, dress pants, dress shirts, ties, tuxes. ABSOLUTELY NO JEANS!
Reminder: Our junior-senior prom is being held on Saturday, May 7th from 6-10 PM. Sophomores may attend if invited by a junior or senior. No one over the age of 20 may attend.
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.