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Thursday September 29th, 2016

posted Sep 29, 2016, 6:27 AM by John Grzenda   [ updated Sep 29, 2016, 6:27 AM ]
NJHS members need to sign up on the bulletin board outside Mrs. Watson's room to help with the NHS Induction Ceremony.

Picture day will be tomorrow for high school and middle school students.

New inductees to NHS must turn their acceptance letters in to Mrs. Hundley by tomorrow.  The NHS Induction Ceremony will be on Thursday, next week.  Please remember to dress appropriately for the occasion.  

FBLA sign ups are on the board outside of Ms. Mills' room.  Plan on attending the meeting next Wednesday immediately after school. Dues are $20.00 and can be turned in at the meeting or to Mrs. Hundley. 

Krispy Kreme doughnuts sold to raise money for Prom will be in tomorrow.  You will need to make arrangements to take them home with you at the end of the day.  Please see Mrs. Waller if you have questions.

The sixth grade fundraiser will come to an end tomorrow.  If you would like an Attractions Dining and Value Guide see any sixth grade student or teacher before tomorrow.  All money and sample books are due by Friday.

Chorus students auditioning for All-District Chorus will practice tomorrow until 4:30 pm.

The Claire Parker and Relay for Life Charity Powder Puff Football is Wednesday October 19th at 6:30 pm. 

The Society of Women Engineers invites you to apply for a place in their High School Visitation Program taking place on November 19th at the University of Virginia.  The application deadline is October 22nd.  See Mrs. Hanson in the counseling office or your science teacher for more information.

The last day to place a senior ad for the yearbook will be October 15th. You can reserve space with a $25 down payment. There are forms available outside of the yearbook room.

The Spanish Honor Society is selling bracelets and small purses crafted in Central America as part of the Pulsera Project. Bracelets are $5 and purses are $10. Please come by D113 before or after school or check out the display at lunches during the next two weeks.

The Virginia Space Grant Consortium offers free summer programs, focusing on STEM, that can earn college credit and enhance your education.  See Mrs. Watson or your science teacher for more information.