Morning Announcements for Monday, December 5, 2011
Seniors! If you chose a basketball pass as your Prairie State Exam Incentive, it’s ready! Stop by the main office and pick it up from Mrs. Fisher.
Juniors and Seniors: we need more students for the bus trip to Eastern Illinois University next Thursday, Dec. 8. Get a permisssion slip in Guidance or from Mrs. Povse. This is a great opportunity. The absence does NOT count against you for FINALS or BE A Senator incentives.
Attention students & teachers: The SHS Do Something Club is hosting a Toy Drive for needy kids. SHS families in need will get first dibs at picking a toy, and remaining toys will be donated to Contact Ministries. No need to wrap the gift. Just choose & label the gift as boy or girl, and the age from zero to 15 years old. No Weapons or Violent Toys Accepted. Deadline to drop off a gift in the Main Office & Guidance Office is Tues, Dec 13.
There will be a "Do Something" Club Meeting on Monday, December 12, 7pm in room 150. If you have any questions, please see Mr. Williams.
Curious about that Ebony Gems Club you've been hearing about? Come find out more at our Meet and Greet event Tonight in Room 160. Come for food and fun, and don't forget to bring a friend! See Ms. Hubbard if you have questions.
Best Buddies Holiday party has been moved to Friday after school in the commons.
Lit Club is meeting Wednesday, December 7th in room 362 after school.
Attention German Club! We will be having a meeting in room 250 after school on Wednesday, December 7th to organize and talk about our Christmas Party that will be taking place this Saturday. If you are planning to come to the Christmas Party, your attendance at the meeting is mandatory.
Attention Spanish Club members! Cookie dough pick up is tomorrow in the commons. You must come to pick up your dough or have someone do it for you - IMMEDIATELY after school tomorrow.
On Saturday the Scholastic Bowl team captured their first conference tournament title since 2008 and by doing so earned a share of the conference championship with Chatham Glenwood. Seniors Johnny Smith and Neil Parker were named to the all tournament team. In the key game the Senators never allowed Glenwood to take a lead and cruised in the second half to a 150-point blowout victory.
The SHS Speech and Acting Team competed in the Neuqua Valley High tournament in Naperville against 21 other schools and over 550 competitors. They did an awesome job and we are proud of all of our team members. Onsi Kamel was tournament champ in Poetry written by our very own Mr. Carson. Way to go Speech and Acting Team!