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October 19, 2017 Announcements

October 19, 2017

 

Juniors-please check the lists outside of the Student Services Office to see which college trip you are going on tomorrow.

 

WHS flu clinic will be next Monday, 10/23 beginning at 9am.  You must have a completed consent form turned in to receive a flu shot!  Forms are available online or in the Main Office. Please turn in completed forms to the nurse, thank you!

 

There will be a general interest meeting for Geek's Templar on Thursday, October 19th, at 2:30pm in room 322. The club focuses on all things geek and includes Boffing. If you cannot make the meeting, stop in during the school day and see Mrs. Moore in room 322.

 

Seniors - Do you want help making your college essay stand out, and say what you want it to say? Want to find out why a college essay about why you always wear green socks on Fridays is more interesting than an essay about your mission trip to Central America? Finding the right order? Filling the word count, or cutting your essay down to make it fit? Experts from The Telling Room will be available for one-on-one coaching November 2nd and 9th during ACE.  Bring your college essay and laptop.

To sign up send an email to Nicole Sturgis, Aspirations Coordinator. Space is very limited and it will be on a first come first served basis.

 

Winter sports signups will be on Thursday, 10/19 & Friday 10/20 during all lunches.  It is important that you sign up if you are playing a sport so that we can check to see if you need an updated physical.   If you are unable to sign up during those times, please see Mrs. Wescott in the athletic office.

 

There will be a Québec Trip informational meeting for parents and interested students at Westbrook High School this Thursday evening October 19, at 6:00 pm in Mister Morin's room 112.

 

 The following colleges will be visiting the high school this week. If you are interested in meeting with them please sign up in Naviance. You will get an email pass the day before the visit. 

Vermont Technical College: Thursday @ 8:15

Bay Path University: Thursday @ 1:15

 

Students, On Wednesday, OCT. 25, the Maine Supreme Court will be hearing actual cases in our auditorium.  We have very strict guidelines we must follow for this event:  

The schedule for the day has been changed, 

7:50-9:05              Period 1

9:10-10:25           Period 2

10:30-11:45         Period 4

11:50-1:30           Period 3 and lunch

                11:50-12:10 A lunch

                12:15-1:30 Class

11:50-12:25 Class

12:30-12:50 B Lunch

12:55-1:30 Class

                11:50-1:05 Class

                1:10-1:30 C Lunch

 

Please pack an extra snack, lunch will be later than usual.

WRVC tech 2 students will need to leave period 4 early, 10:55 to be in classes 11-1 on Wednesday. You will have last lunch.

Study halls will be moved from the cafe on this day.

Students will not be permitted to use the student entrance near the student parking lot on this day, you will need to walk around to the main entrance.

All students attending music or PE classes will need to enter the gym lobby from the entrance facing Stroudwater Street and remain SILENT in the entry area until you get to your rooms to prevent disruption since the auditorium door opens into this lobby.

Students may attend only through an application process with the social studies department.

 

 Math Center is open on Mondays and Thursdays in room 104 from 2:30-4:00.

 

BIKES: If you ride a bike to school it should always be locked up. If you do not have a bike lock and need help getting one, please stop by the Main Office.

 

Students are required to purchase a parking pass for $6.00 in the Main Office to be eligible to park in the Student Lot at the high school. Students who do not have a parking pass will be ticketed.  Students are not allowed to park in the teacher lot.

  

21st CCLC Program sign ups See Mr. Russell in room 109.  

*Trendsetters                          

*Youth Leadership Coalition 

Cooking Matters                    

Morning Yoga                        

Dungeon and Dragons          

After School Gaming club    

Telling Room Writing club

*Big Brother & Sister              

Geeks Templar                      

Maine Warrior Gym    

After School Dance                

*K.I.C (Kids in Community)    

*S.A.M (School Academic Mentors)

Boxing TBD (weekend club)

*Youth Court

Reminder that NHS requires members to be involved with clubs and to generate community service hours. All programs with a * qualify for NHS. 

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