December 11, 2018
12/11 – 12/18 periods 5, 6, and 7 AUDITORIUM study halls please report to the LGI.
A winter clothing drive has begun to support the City Mission of Schenectady. A collection box is located in the main lobby by the front desk. Gently used winter coats, hats and gloves are needed. Please see Mr. Pierce in Room 88 with any questions.
Anyone attending study circles on Thursday, 12/13 field trip forms are due today. No form, no go. Also, if anyone attending has a food or gluten allergy, please see Blinn today.
Any students who are currently taking or have previously taken Chemistry and are interested in applying for Science Honor Society, please attend the interest meeting today during period 10 in room 7.
Power of Peace students, it’s time to reconnect! Join us 10th period today in the LGI for conversation and goodies!!
Science Club will meet tomorrow, 12/12.
We will be volunteering at the City Mission Distribution Center on Tuesday, 12/18 from 2:15-4:00 pm. Please consider volunteering — the Mission needs additional help during the holiday season!! Volunteers meet at the main desk at 2:15 pm.
Anyone interested in joining Math Honor Society: applications are available in room 66! You must have an 85 or better math average and a GPA of 85 or better to apply. Applications are due by 12/21. No applications will be accepted late. If you have already filled out an application, please follow up with the teachers you asked for recommendations from. Any questions please see Mrs. Bruhn in room 66.
Class of 2019: the talent show is right around the corner and we need you to be part of the senior skit. There will be an interest meeting tomorrow, 12/12 during 10th period in room 41. You must be present at this meeting to be included in the senior skit. Please see Mrs. Spore or Ms. Bartone with any questions.
The Varsity Girls Bowling team wins again and sweeps Cohoes 26-6. The team set a new high for the year with a 3558 pin fall high scores from Kayleigh Gervais with a 645 triple, Katie Adamec with a 635 triple, and Kenzie Simmons with a 617 triple. Way to go girls!
This is a reminder to all students interested in playing girls or boys lacrosse this spring: the parent information night is this Thursday, 12/13 at 7:00 pm in the High School LGI. Coaches and athletic directors will be on hand to answer any questions you or your parents may have. Please see Mr. Burega in room 47 with any questions.