Tuesday, December 3, 2019


*If you are getting a work permit --- you MUST bring in your intent to employ paperwork AND your birth certificate.


*Seniors --- If you have NOT been able to get your headshot taken for the yearbook at Life Touch Studios, they will be here TOMORROW - Wednesday, December 4th in the morning. Please dress appropriately.

*The adventure of a lifetime could be yours the summer of 2021 if you join the annual Ecotour to Costa Rica. This Ecotour is led by science teachers and loaded with ADVENTURE activities like rafting, hiking, snorkeling, kayaking, zip lining, boating, hiking, waterfalls, and swimming. Come explore many incredible ecosystems and national parks full biodiversity like monkeys, sea turtles, crocodiles, and toucans. There will also be plenty of CULTURAL and EDUCATIONAL activities as well like exploring multiple small towns and touring cocoa, coffee, and pineapple plantations. For adventure information see Mr. Walker in room 110 or you can attend a meeting on Wednesday, December 4th at 7pm.

*Save PLASTIC lids for the Special Education Department.  We are collecting lids to make a recycled bench. There are 2 blue recycle bins in the school to put the lids.  One is in the 10-12 commons and the other is in the freshman commons on the stage.   We need a minimum of 300 pounds.







*Pie an administrator or teacher --- The Senior Gift Committee is raising money TODAY through Dec. 4th during lunch. All money raised will be donated to Champions Together as the 2020 Senior Class gift. If every student donates one dollar, we could raise money for a good cause and see Mr. Bitting get pied in the face! If you have any questions, come see the Senior Gift Committee at lunch or talk to Mrs. Kuhn or Mrs. Shade.

*Japanese Club will meet during Activity Period this Wednesday in the MPR.  Come to enjoy some Japanese sweets and snacks with friends!  You need to have paid your $7 dues to attend or you may pay them on Wednesday.  Since we’ve had to miss meetings, if you’ve paid your $7 dues, it’s good into next semester.  Students may still sign up for Japanese Club.  See Mrs. Semba with any questions.

*Chargers Fighting Cancer Club: Anyone who is willing to help make simple blankets for cancer patients --- meet in the Freshman Cafeteria on THURSDAY, December 5th from 3:30 to 6:00 pm. Food will be provided to those who come to help make blankets. Contact Mrs. Mohr, Mrs. Kieffer or Julia Wiersema to let them know you are coming to this event. We need more support/encouragement notes to attach to these blankets which will be delivered to cancer patients.


*Anyone planning on trying out for baseball in the spring needs to attend a very short informational meeting on Wednesday, Dec 4th at 8:10 AM or 3:35 PM in Coach Ginder's room 216.