November 18, 2019 Announcements

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NO SCHOOL

Monday, Nov. 25th  - Professional Development

Tuesday, Nov. 26th - Parent-Teacher Conferences

Wednesday-Friday, Nov. 27th-29th - Thanksgiving Holiday

 

PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES

Monday, November 25th    4:30 – 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday, November 26th    8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. (teachers will be at lunch 11-12)

All parents/guardians are encouraged to attend

 

BELIEVE IN YOU CHALLENGE

Thursday, Nov. 21st - PAWS    There will be no traveling during PAWS

 

JUNIORS

The Coolidge Scholarship for America is available only to current Juniors. There are hundreds of scholarships available, from $1,000, $5,000,

and full-ride tuition. Application deadline is Jan. 16, 2020. For more information see Student Services or www.CoolidgeFoundation.org

 

LET’S TALK BUSINESS VISITS

Juniors/Seniors may sign up in English class

Tues.   (11/19) - Federal Mogul      - 6th

 

SENIORS

The Jostens representative will be here to pick up order forms TOMORROW (Tues, Nov. 19th) during lunch. All seniors must turn in a form!

(even if you only want a cap/gown)  Extra packets are in the office

 

VWHS FALL PLAY

Sherlock Holmes  Nov. 22nd – 23rd

Tickets on sale at NPAC box office (open 12-5 each day)

$6 each

 

GERMAN CLUB

Fall of the Wall! - Today – PAWS - Courtyard

 

SOPHOMORES

Class Meeting  - Tuesday, Nov. 19th – PAWS - Commons    Topic:  Kick off the candy sale

 

JUNIORS

It’s time to sign up to work basketball concessions! See Mrs. Smith in the office to sign up. This is a prom point opportunity!

 

SENIORS

There will be a meeting for any graduating senior interested in traveling to Belize this summer on Friday, Nov, 22nd during PAWS

in Mrs. Overmyer’s room (#212)

 

BASEBALL

All athletes planning on playing baseball this spring should attend a meeting Today during PAWS in Coach Witten’s room (#112)

 

CLAW’D

Claw’d applications are available in the office. Applications are due Tuesday, Nov. 19th

 

QUOTE FOR THE DAY

“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time”- Thomas A. Edison

 

 





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