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September 20, 2018

A Day

After school period begins at 2:30 p.m. All students must be in a classroom working with a teacher. All students must be in a classroom working with a teacher, or in the Large Cafeteria waiting for sports practice. All students need a pass to ride the late bus, signed by their after school teacher.

Sign-ups for Winter Sports has begun.  Any student interested in trying out can pick up a sports packet in the Nurse’s Office, complete the forms and return it to the Nurse’s Office by November 5th.  Sports physicals will be held in the Nurse’s Office on Tuesday October 23rd, from 3:30-5:30 pm.

The first meeting for the Ski Club will be held on Monday 9/24 after school in the LGI.  Anyone interested in joining should attend.  Membership forms will be available at the meeting.

Attn. Sophomores: Class Ring orders will be taken on Monday, September 24th from 4:30-6:30 pm in the quad and on Tuesday, September 25th during all lunches in the quad. A $75 deposit is requested when placing your order. Pick up a ring packet in the Main Office.

The first meeting of SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) will be held on Tuesday,  Sept 25th at 2:30 pm in room 717.  All are welcome to attend.

The first meeting of Alliance will be held today. All are welcome.

Next meeting of the Feminism Club will  be held on September 24th in room 601. We will focus on Breast Cancer Awareness month which is in October.

The Model UN Club will have its first official meeting today, after school in 611.  All students hoping to participate this year should attend.  New and prospective students are welcome.  Officers will be chosen at the next meeting (likely) in early October. See Mr. Kopff in 611 or Mrs. Santabarbara (P.E.) with any questions.

Dance Squad will have an interest meeting on Monday Sept. 24th from 2:35-3:10 in the Dance Studio.  All new and returning members are welcome to attend.  Questions?  Email or contact Coach Relyea.

Juniors and Seniors interested learning more about technology and attending Siena’s IMPaCT conference on Friday, October 12 should reach out to Mrs. Howerton in Room 110 or Mrs. Peschieri in Room 106. This opportunity is for students who have not experienced computer science and are undecided about their academic and career goals. The one day program will give participating students the chance to investigate areas in which they have potential talent.






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