September 30, 2016 Announcements
- Yearbooks are on sale for $70 from now until Thanksgiving. You may purchase online at Balfour.com or in Mr. Pickell's room, Building B Room 324. Prices will increase after Thanksgiving so don't miss out on this special offer.
Clubs and organizations that would like to enter a float in the Homecoming Parade need to pick up a registration form from Mr. Ardison in Rm. 316. Completed forms will need to be returned no later than Monday, October 3rd.
Credit Recovery will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays: Room 110 with Mrs. Thompson from 3:30-4:40 AND Room 311 with Mr. Guillemet from 7:15-8:15. Please bring your log in information.
There will be several free ACT prep workshops in the next few weeks. Check outside Mrs. Johnson's room for specific dates, times, and sign ups.
The Hands of Mercy Canned Food Drive is now collecting items and will continue through homecoming week. This will be a competition between the grade levels, with collection barrels in Ms. Thompson's, Ms. Dailey's, Mrs. Smith's, and Dr. Van's classrooms. See the list of items needed, and help out your class, as well as a family in the community, by participating
There will be a meeting for all science bowl participants today after school. All paperwork is due at that meeting.
Any student interesting in going on the Engineer's day field trip on Thursday, October 20th needs to pick up a permission form from Mrs. Johnson. Available spots are very limited with upperclassmen having priority, so sign up as soon as possible.
The Kings Island trip is October 15. The cost is $115. The money needs to be turned TODAY. Please see Mr. Young if you are interested in going.
Anyone still interested in being a member of Key Club see Ms. Pitts in Room 320
Anyone still interested in being a member of Las Abejas Spanish Club see Ms. Pitts in Room 320
Seniors: Please remember to get your senior quotes and senior baby ads to Coach Pickell in Room 324 as soon as you can. The early bird special for the Senior Ads ends this Friday September 30.
Seniors: it's college app week. If you haven't already, it's time to start your college applications.
Students interested in joining this years Ping pong club need to see Mrs. Tedder to get a waiver and meeting times.
Today is the last day for sophomores, juniors, and seniors to join Beta this semester. If you are planning on joining Beta, you must turn in your form and $40 dues no later than Friday to either Ms. Lane or Mrs. Thompson
Junior class shirts are now on sale. See your class officers for more information. Signup sheet is on Mrs. Smith’s door.
The Historically Black Colleges and Universities Exposition will be this Saturday, October 1, 2016, at the New Hope Center in Oak Ridge from 9:00 am until 3:30 pm. Registration starts at 8:30 am, and lunch will be provided free of charge. If you’re interested in attending, please notify guidance.
All CO-OP students need to see Coach G in the Building B Office after 4th period.(Only students with jobs, not internships or SBE)
Congratulations to the boys cross country team for finishing 4th place at Oak Farms Cross country meet yesterday evening. Way to go guys!!!!!
Congratulations to the Lady Jackets Soccer team on their 14-0 win over Harriman last night. Mackenzie Haba had 3 goals. Mackenzie Bunch, Meg Hartley, Kaylee Wilson, and Bri Garcia each scored 2 goals; and Samantha Pesterfield, Naomi Parks, and Lexie Watkins each scored a goal! Congratulations ladies!!
Go to "Latest News" for Homecoming 2016 Activities and Schedule
2016-17 Yearbooks can be purchased now for $70. Prices will increase after Thanksgiving. See Mr. Pickell for details.
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