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November 5, 2019 Announcements

November 5, 2019

AP students need to turn in their AP exam deposits to Ms. Shackley in Mr. Marelli's office by Wednesday, November 6th if you plan to take any AP exams.

See Ms. Cloutier-Baggs if you have any questions.

 

The Physical Education classes will be in the Auditorium today and Wednesday!

 

Attention Class of 2022.  We are holding our first official class officer meeting on Tuesday, November 5th at 6:30 pm in room 311. We welcome all students and parents to attend. We will start with a brief introduction of the class officers of 2022, and what roles and responsibilities come with that. We will also talk about fundraising ideas and brainstorm for any local businesses that might be able to help us with our fundraising efforts.  We look forward to seeing everyone!

 

There will be a boys basketball informational meeting with Coach Hoy right at 2:45 in the Cafe. 

 

The Youth Leadership Coalition will be involved in Project Sticker Shock at Hannaford today.  Please meet Officer Farrenkopf at his office by the cafe at 2:30pm.  He will be leading the group in walking to Hannaford for this project.

 

The Interact Club will be visiting the Nursing Home again this Thursday.  Please ask Mr. Dyer for a permission slip and a pass..  We will leave by bus at 10:20am from the front circle.

 

“There is a power in unity.  When tribal nations are seen as sovereign bodies we can work together toward a better relationship with other governments.  When cities and towns celebrate Indigenous People’s Day, a foundation of trust and understanding can be created.  When we are seen as people and not stereotypes or mascots, we can build on shared humanity.  It is truly all about respect.”  -Maulian Dana, Penobscot Tribal Ambassador

November is Native American Heritage Month.  This month we encourage all students and staff to celebrate and recognize the rich and diverse cultures, traditions and histories, and contributions of Native people. 

The Westbrook High School Civil Rights Team meets Thursdays during ACE in Room 223 - All Students are welcome to attend!

 

The following Colleges will be visiting this week. See Ms. Sturgis for a pass:

University of Hartford, Wednesday @ 10:30 a.m.

Bryant University, Wednesday @ 11:00 a.m.

Endicott College, Friday @ 11:00 a.m.

Unified Basketball Mentors: Please contact Mr. Russell if you are interested in being a Unified Mentor.     Russellm@westbrookschools.org

On November 20th,  Mr. Russell will be cooking a Traditional THANKSGIVING meal after school with 21st Century Students and anyone else who would like to join. We will be meeting on November 12th during ACE to prepare. Request a tag to join us.

COOKING MATTERS: Any students interested in Cooking after school please join our Cooking Matters google classroom. For more information see Mr. Russell in room 101.       (Class Code: biqe9c)

https://classroom.google.com/u/0/c/MzgzOTQwODUwMDJa 

  • Looking for an after school job? We have had a few Westbrook companies contact us with great paying after school jobs. If you are interested in learning more, please stop by the Aspirations Center. You must be 16 or older.

 

Video link to Marching Band Show " FEARLESS"       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p3vTXIBbsk

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