Friday, January 26, 2018

Pledge of Allegiance 

Today’s Menu: Shrimp Poppers, Double Cogs, Pizza, Sweet Potato Fries, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit, Peach Cup
 
Attention Students: There is still time to order your 2018 yearbook! Pre-orders will be accepted until January 27, 2018.  Visit yearbookforever.com to place your order or see Mr. Redcay in room 320 or 322 for more details. Cost is $100 

Attention French Club, there will be a meeting Tuesday January 30th in room 115 from 2:45-3:15. We will discuss a Mardi Gras celebration and club t-shirt.

The SCA Forum will meet on Tuesday, January 30 at 2 pm in the auditorium.

There will be a Key Club Meeting, February 1, 2018 in the Cafeteria at 7:00 PM.

Seniors:  On Tuesday, January 30th and Wednesday, January 31st the Voter Registrar will be in your Government classes to discuss voter registration.  You will also have the opportunity to register to vote in that class period.  In order to register, you will need to bring your Social Security Number with you from home.  The school does not have this information so please be sure to bring it with you.

Do you love to write? Do you create art? Why not submit your creative works to Afterwords, our award-winning creative arts magazine. This year’s theme is Pieces of Perspective, but your work can be about anything! Submission forms are available in your English and art classes. The deadline is fast approaching on January 31!

Country Meats! The Technology Student Association will be selling Country Meats for $1 starting the first week in February. If you can’t wait see Mr. Foster in room 125 or Mrs. Guthrie in room 128.

Seniors, if you still haven’t purchased a senior shirt we have some left.  Short sleeved shirts are  $12.  See Mrs. Phelps in the Library.

Attention current sophomores and juniors!  Are you interested in making money while gaining career experience?  Would you like to have an early release next school year so that you can go to a job?  Consider Cooperative Office Education.  Students in Cooperative Office Education leave school at 1:00 every day and are matched with an employer who will teach them business related skills on the job.  Students earn a high school credit for working hours on their job.  Every effort is made to place the student in a job that matches his or her career goals.  The high school co-op credit enhances your resume and transcript because it demonstrates that you deliberately sought out career-specific experience.  Applications are available from your business teacher or in Guidance and are due by February 23rd.  See Mrs. Boswell in Room 108 for more information

Do you like to play Cornhole???  Join us on Saturday, February 17 at 4:00 in the gym for a Cornhole Tournament to raise money for the senior yearbook signing party.  The entry fee is $10 per person to play, spectators are free.  For more information, come to the main office.

The Senior Yearbook Signing Party is holding a raffle.  You can purchase raffle tickets for $5 each for a chance to win  Cornhole boards, a Yeti cooler or a $50 gift certificate to Joe’s Steakhouse.  For more information come to the main office.

Congratulations to the wrestling team on its 56-13 win over Millbrook on Wednesday night.  Individual weight class winners included Josiah Geaslen, Vince Caruso, Jacob Lease, Corey Lemons, Sam Adkins, Aaron Curd, Walker Powell, Paul Ebersole, Jared King, Luke Roy, and Kobey Brooker. The team will compete in the John Champe Tournament tomorrow.

Good luck the girls’ and boys’ basketball teams as they travel to Sherando tonight. Game times are at 6:00 and 7:30.

Good luck to the swim teams as they travel to Harrisonburg tomorrow.




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