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Morning Announcements, Thursday, October 19, 2017

Morning Announcements

Thursday, October 19, 2017

 

The LMC will be open until 6:00pm.

 

All underclassmen are reminded to get their yearbook order forms into Mr. Gander in room 120 by this Friday, Oct. 20, for the chance at winning $50.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

 

All boys interested in play basketball, there will be a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, October 25thduring lunch in the Field House.  Bring your lunch and a pen.

 

Any student interested in joining Destination Imagination (DI) there will be a meeting at lunch today in Room 200.   Please bring your lunch.

Attention FFA members: On Monday, October 30, after school, we will be painting and carving pumpkins, please sign up outside Mr. Taylor’s door. By Wednesday, any FFA members wanting to attend the 212 and 360 national FFA conference in Green Bay need to turn in their permission forms and money to Mr. Taylor by the end of the day.

Students:  Mills Fleet Farm is currently hiring full time, part time and seasonal positions.  Please see information on Student Services bulletin board or stop in for flyer.

Students:  NWTC is inviting you to their Transportation Center Open House on Monday, October 23, 4:00 PM-7:00 PM.  You can tour the new center and learn about careers in the transportation industry and talk to the instructors.  Look for the poster by Student Services.

 

A quick reminder that Art Club pizzas will be delivered Friday at 3pm.

 

Seniors: The Hagan Scholarship Foundation scholarship information is available

in Student Services.  Student must have a 3.5 GPA, scored a 23 or higher on the ACT.  Two-thirds of all finalists are awarded scholarships.  Stop in Student Services.

 

 

Morning Announcements, Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Morning Announcements

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

 

The LMC will be open until 6:00pm.

 

All underclassmen are reminded to get their yearbook order forms into Mr. Gander in room 120 by this Friday, Oct. 20, for the chance at winning $50.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Attention FFA members: On Monday, October 30, after school, we will be painting and carving pumpkins, please sign up outside Mr. Taylor’s door. By Wednesday, any FFA members wanting to attend the 212 and 360 national FFA conference in Green Bay need to turn in their permission forms and money to Mr. Taylor by the end of the day.

Any student interested in joining Destination Imagination (DI) there will be a meeting at lunch today in Room 200.   Please bring your lunch.

 

Students:  NWTC is inviting you to their Transportation Center Open House on Monday, October 23, 4:00 PM-7:00 PM.  You can tour the new center and learn about careers in the transportation industry and talk to the instructors.  Look for the poster by Student Services.

Megan Zielinski see Mrs. Tate immediately.

Students:  The Greater Green Bay Healthcare Alliance is sponsoring Healthcare Career Exploration Opportunities for high school students.  The following information meetings are as follows:

 

Introduction To Rehabilitation Services-Tuesday, Oct. 24-5:30-7:00 PM at Bellin

Careers In Nursing-Thursday, Nov. 16-5:30-7:00 PM-Aurora BayCare

 

Please see poster by Student Services for registration instructions.

 

Seniors: The Hagan Scholarship Foundation scholarship information is available

in Student Services.  Student must have a 3.5 GPA, scored a 23 or higher on the ACT.  Two-thirds of all finalists are awarded scholarships.  Stop in Student Services.

 

Seniors:  Please remember if you are applying to a college Student Services needs your yellow brag sheet before transcript will be sent out.

 

Seniors:  College Goal WI is a free event that helps you and your parents complete the FAFSA.  Wednesday, Oct. 18 they will be at West High School in Green Bay and at NWTC in Shawano.  Monday, November 6 they will be at East High School in Green Bay and UW Marinette.  All events start at 6:00 PM.  Please stop in Student Services to find out what you need to bring.

 

Seniors: You will be having a senior meeting this morning in PAC. Please bring a pen with you. There will be a form to fill out.

Morning Announcements, September 29, 2017

Morning Announcements

Friday, September 29, 2017

 

Students: The Main Office and Student Services will no longer be collecting food service money from students. Students, you must bring your cash/checks to the kitchen directly.

 

As a Homecoming special, the Commons will be offering 12” pizzas for $5.00 and football brownies for $5.00 today and tomorrow. Stop in at the Commons and order your items today!

 

Reminder to all FBLA members: Make sure you continue selling you’re Football Mania tickets. Selling 5 tickets is one of the easiest membership requirements and you can make $5 for own FBLA purposes by selling just one card.

 

Students and Staff- It’s Blood drive time again! Our first drive is October 3. All students over 16 are encouraged to share your blood and help save lives! Sign up in the main office for your appointment time. There will be  prizes for donors and a competition between the grades for the grade with the most donors!

 

Students: Do you like playing Jeapordy or Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Then you might enjoy our academic quiz team, “Hi-Q”. If you are interested in joining Hi-Q, there will be a sign up sheet outside Mrs.Dallmann’s room 123. Please sign up and attend an informational meeting next week Wednesday, Oct.4 during lunch. Please consider joining your high school academic quiz team!

 

Homecoming tickets are now on sale by Student Services. Tickets are $10.00/each. Tickets will be on sale before school and at lunch.

 

It’s that time of year again for the FBLA Ice Cream social in Mrs Tate’s room. It will be held outside of Mrs. Tate’s window second block on homecoming Friday. Ice Cream is free for FBLA members and $3 for non member. ”

 

Juniors & Seniors:  The following College Representatives will be in Student Services:

Monday, Oct. 2: Northern Michigan-6th hour

Tuesday, Oct. 3-UW Marinette-3rd hour

Friday, Oct. 6-St. Norbert College-3rd hour, Ripon College-8th hour

 

If interested please sign up in Student Services. This is a great way to see what the colleges and universities have to offer.