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June 18, 2021 - Graduation
Please return your library books so other people can read them.
Attention all students! The following is an important message about chromebook and charger return:
In-person learners- your chromebooks and chargers will be collected on Friday, June 18th.
Remote learners- your chromebooks, chargers, and MiFi hot-spots should be dropped off during school hours in the bus loop by the side library doors. This can be done from June 17th through June 23rd. If there are any questions, please stop in to the Tiger Tech desk in the library or call 758.4188.
One more day to sign up for the pétanque (pay tonk) tournament. Spend tomorrow afternoon with us playing France’s favorite outdoor game. Sign up at the link below or use the QR codes on our posters around the school. It’s FREE and open to EVERYONE! See Mrs Chapman or Mr. Wilson with questions. https://forms.gle/G4F2XE1QKUhsaKvW7
The school year may be almost over, but PRIDE month is still going strong! Come take a selfie with the flag outside room 201, check out books written by and about members of the LGBTQ community, and celebrate your PRIDE!
This message pertains to all 10th graders. You will be Juniors next year, which means in the Fall, it will be time to take the PSAT. If you are interested in taking this exam, you are expected to register in Guidance by this Friday. See the email you and your parents received from Mr. Adams last Friday, for details.
Attention girls in grades 8-11: if you are planning on trying out for volleyball in the fall, there will be an informational meeting TODAY after school in room 248.
Attention students in grades 7-11 There will be a Cross Country informational meeting TODAY after school in Room 207 - See Mr. Drexler in room 207 if you cannot make it Today after school in room 207 Cross Country Fall 2021
Current 7th and 8th graders, Are you interested in playing Football next year? If so, an informational meeting will be held this Thursday at 11:20 during the Learning Block period. Grab your lunch and head down to the downstairs gym, bring a phone or chromebook with you.
And on this day in 1215, Following a revolt by the English nobility against his rule, King John put his royal seal on Magna Carta, or “the Great Charter.” The document was seen as a cornerstone in the development of democratic England by later generations.