Morning Announcements - Tuesday, October 29, 2019

Tue, 10/29/2019 - 1:11pm
  • It’s Academic quiz bowl practice is CANCELLED for today.  Again, It’s Academic practice is cancelled today.

  • All delta scholars please report to the auditorium for a meeting TOMORROW, 10/30 at the beginning of 3rd period.

  • Congratulations to Kenzie Minarcin, who is the top field hockey goal scorer in Howard County this season! Kenzie amassed 23 goals and 1 assist during this, her senior season.  If you see her in the hallways today be sure to congratulate her & celebrate this amazing accomplishment.  Way to go, Kenzie!

  • Are you currently in a music class? Then you should attend the first Tri-M Scorp Time recital TOMORROW, October 30, in the auditorium during Scorp Time. Get a pass from your music class teacher, from one of the Tri-M Board Members, or from Mr. Heaton and come listen to your peers make exceptional music.

  • Love talking politics? Interested in getting involved and making a difference in your community? Come join the Young Democrats. We will be meeting Tuesdays in Ms. Anderson-Little’s room, room 203. All are welcome! 

  • Students, your family file must be completed for all field trips.  No file, no participation.  Printed instructions are available in the front office.  Don't wait until the last minute or you could miss out on your trip!

  • If you are interested in joining the National Art Honor Society, our first official meeting is going to be on November 20th directly after school in the Art Department Room 708. Please see Ms. Bram or Mrs. Steele for more information.  It is important that all possible future members be present at the meeting on the 20th of November.  The meeting will begin promptly at 2:15 and last until about 3:00.  See you then! 

  • Attention Dual Enrollment Students! The deadline for HCC registration is Wednesday, October 31. If you are taking a CC class and would like to receive college credit, you MUST register by October 31. Rebecca Morrow will be in Student Services every Wednesday to assist and answer questions. Also, the registration forms are available in Spanish for students and families who may want them. Please sign up in Student Services if you need assistance registering or if you would like copies the forms in Spanish.

  • Do your parents or guardians speak Spanish? Mr. de la Mar will be hosting a College and Career readiness presentation given completely in Spanish. It will be held on Thursday, November 7 beginning at 7:00pm in the media center. This is specifically for all of our Spanish speaking families, so that they can be informed about your future as students. It is for all grades, so please encourage your parents or guardians to attend. If you have any questions or would like a flyer for the event, speak with Mr. de la Mar.

  • Attention Sophomores: Are interested in seeing what ARL is like? Are you interested in Automotive, Construction, Biotechnology, Veterinary/Agriculture, HVAC to name a few? You will have the opportunity to shadow at the Applications and Research Lab (ARL). There are two dates available November 20th and November 21st. You can get your permission slip from Mrs. DeMasi in Student Services. You will need to get it signed and returned to Mrs. DeMasi by Friday, November 8th.

  • Did you know...Career and Technology Education Career Academies provide high school students with opportunities to earn college credit, scholarships, and industry certifications, participate in worksite and mentorship experiences, and participate in hands-on project based learning?  Courses of study include Arts, Media and Communication, Construction and Development, Hospitality and Tourism, Environmental, Health and Biosciences, Human Resources Services, Information Technology, and Manufacturing, to name a few. There are two dates available, November 13th and December 10th.  Please see Mrs. DeMasi in Student Services or your student counselor for more information.