- Category: High School News
5/26/17 MS/HS ANNOUNCEMENTS: Attention juniors enrolled in senior AP Literature & Composition for the 2017-2018 school year: Please pick up your summer reading assignment from the main office. See Mrs. Weller with any questions.
Any student who wants their sports pictures that are on the bulletin board by the guidance office, feel free to take them.
The 2017/18 leadership class will meet Tuesday May 30th at 7:30 am in the Conference Room.
The new student government wil meet for the first time Wednesday May 31at at 7:30 am in the Conference Room.
Attention next year's AP English Language and Composition students: please stop by Miss Comparette's room (207) to pick up your summer reading assignment!
If there are any students who are planning on taking the June ACT test and want practice packets, see Mrs. Wurzel by Thursday.
Cross Country meeting for all Junior High and High School runners will be Thursday, May 26, at Village Pizza at 3:00.
There will be open gym for Jr. High girls Wednesday, May 31 from 6:30-8:30 at MHS. There will be a brief parents' meeting 8:30 after Open Gym.
Attention Junior High Students looking for something fun and exciting to do this summer? Terra State Community College is having their "Kids College" from July 24-July 27. You can experience classes from creative photography, cyber coding & security, Video Games Technology & many more exciting classes. Every participant will receive a free Terra State Community College T-Shirt & water bottle. Please see Mr. Clark on the 2nd floor for more information.
There has been a change in the Spring sports Banquet. It will now be held Wednesday, May 31st at 6pm in the High School Gymnasium. This is for ALL High School Spring sports. Tickets are on sale in the Athletic Office for $13.00.
Seniors: It's that time of the year! If you would like to publish when and where your graduation party will be, please stop by the Guidance Office and sign the clip board.
Please stop by the Guidance Office and sign the clip board with any scholarships you have received and continue to record them as you receive them. This information will be listed in the graduation program. If you do not tell us, it will not be in the program.
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