November 20, 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

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Barbara Lotze Scholarship for future Physics teachers – Deadline: 12/1

National Space Club Scholarship - Deadline: 12/2

National Honor Society Scholarship - Deadline: 12/6

Science Ambassador Scholarship  - Deadline:  12/9

See Student Services for details

 

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

 

BOYS / GIRLS STATE

Any junior interested in attending Boys or Girls State should sign up in Student Services by Friday, Dec. 6th

Boys State will be held June 14th – 21st at Miami University

Girls State will be held June 14th – 20th  at the University of Mount Union

 

BELIEVE IN YOU CHALLENGE

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

 

FCCLA COUGAR CAFÉ  

Friday morning

Cinnamon Rolls - 75 cents each or 2/$1.00

Coffee / Hot Cocoa  - $1.00

 

FCCLA

Members will be making cinnamon rolls after school on Thursday until 4:00 p.m.

 

VWHS FALL PLAY

Sherlock Holmes:  Friday and Saturday

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

$6 each

 

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)

 

QUOTE FOR THE DAY

“Keep your eyes on the stars, and your feet on the ground” - Theodore Roosevelt

 

 





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