Seniors going to College
Bookstore Blowout Sale
Check out the end of year SALE in the bookstore. All t-shirts, shorts, and sweatshirts (crewneck and hoodies) are 50% off the label price. Embroidered items and sweatpants are excluded from this sale.
Any student who still has an elevator key needs to remember to turn it in by the last day of school.
Return All books!
All library books are now due in the library.
Cleaning Out Your Lockers
As you begin to clean out your lockers and find items that you no longer want or need, but you feel that could be of use to someone else, then please place any item in the green recycling bins at the end of the hallways.
Some of the items that may be recycled are:
Pens/pencils, markers, calculators, rulers, glue, backpacks, locker shelves, clean folders or notebooks and clothes.
If you are interested in any of the recyclables, please help yourself. Any items left at the end of the year will be sent to the local thrift store.
Just a reminder, there are recycling containers set up in the classroom for white or mixed paper. Please DO NOT throw trash in those containers. When in doubt…throw it out!
Students who are taking Math or English this Summer need to have their forms in by Friday. Summer School starts TUESDAY!
Chipper Wilshire took 2nd place in the Indiana State Weightlifting finals. In doing so, Chipper qualified for Nationals.
C-SPAN StudentCam 2013 3rd Prize High School – Sincerly, Rachael by Rachael Bartish
The following video is a student production and is a video letter to the president. Rachael Bartish’s work competed among the record-setting 1,893 films that were received in this year’s competition. A total of 3,753 students representing 44 states, as well as Washington DC, and Taiwan, took part in the competition. StudentCam is C-SPAN’s annual national video documentary competition that encourages students to think seriously about issues that affect our communities and our nation. This year students were asked to create a short (5-8 minute) video documentary on a topic related to the competition theme: “Message to the President. What’s the most important issue that the president should consider in 2013?” Congratulations Rachael!
The Student Council is proud to announce the addition of nine new members! Adam Putnick and Krissy Meier were selected from the Junior class. Mallory Stewart was selected from the Sophomore class. Brandon Ball, Kaylin Duritsch, Olivia Vormohr, Audrey Brack, Audra Young, and Cole McCreary were selected from the Freshman class. Congrats on being selected to Student Council!
All MCATZ money needs to be turned in to Ms. Kunkel by Thursday!
Attention Senior FCCLA members only: If you want to wear the FCCLA Stole on graduation day, please stop by to see Mrs. Davidson before Friday. If you are wanting to purchase the stole, the cost is $20.00 and must be paid by Friday. If you are just borrowing the stole, you must give it back to Mrs. Davidson after the graduation ceremony on June 9th.
Physical night is this Thurs., May 23rd at the high school starting at 6:00 p.m. All students who plan to participate in summer conditioning, camps or sports should have a new physical and concussion baseline test on file. Cost is $15.00.
All girls varsity locker room locks MUST be turned in today or grade cards will be held.
If you have committed to a college or university, please let the front office know what school so we can send your final transcripts in June.
Seniors who have outstanding debts such as fundraiser money, library books or fines, lunch money, etc. need to pay that before Friday.
You will NOT receive your diploma if all debts are not paid.
Underclassmen need to take care of this also.
ACT/SAT testing has been going on all year long! If you haven’t taken an exam yet, please check here for upcoming dates and deadlines!