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101 South Lewis Street
Springfield, IL 62704

Morning Announcements for Monday, October 19, 2015

October 19, 2015

Good morning Springfield High! Today is Monday, October 19, 2015 where successful Senators follow the classroom and school wide expectations and allow for learning all throughout the building. Thank you for Being A Senator!

Juniors and seniors- see Mr. Kyes in room 153A for dates and times of upcoming colleges visiting SHS.

Seniors “ Cap & Gown order day will be Tuesday, October 20th from 7:30am-12:30pm in the commons. You will need your $60 deposit along with your order form. If you missed the meeting on the 14th in the Auditorium you can pick up your packets/order forms in the Guidance office, Room 104.

Disney Friends for a Change and partner Free the Children will be bringing the Dream Big Speaking Tour to SHS on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. (We will have to alter our schedule a bit to make the first 2 hours shorter and 3rd hour longer to accommodate for the speakers that can't change their schedule.) The purpose of this FREE (usually over $2,000) event is to empower our students to leverage their skills, creativity and imagination to create a brighter tomorrow.

There is a NCAA presentation after school in the commons Wednesday, October 21 for all soccer, volleyball, swimming, and golf athletes.

The SHS Be a Senator character trait for this month is Responsibility. This week's Senator quote is "With great rights come great responsibilities. To those whom much has been given, much will be asked (time, talent, and treasure)" ~David C. Hill.

The Cross Country team competed in the CS-8 Conference meet on Saturday at Lincoln Park. The Girls team finished 3rd , Aly Goff and Natalie Motor place 2nd and 3rd. Aly Goff, Natalie Motor and Sophia Gullo were all-conference. The boys team finished 1st. Heath Warren was the overall winner finishing the 3 mile race in 15:22. Heath Warren, Logan Besalke, JD Kropid, Jackson Esela and Chris Moore were all-conference. Good job everyone!