Morning Announcements for Tuesday, October 28
Attention Spanish Club Members: Permission slips for the November 1st wiener roast are now available from the Spanish teachers. The signed form and $2 fee is due by 3:30 TODAY.
The yearbook staff is doing a feature story on what activities students do after school such as ballet, hockey, horseback riding, etc. Please submit pictures along with information about your activity to Mrs. Devlin's mailbox in the main office.
ATTENTION!! ATTENTION!! That would be Junior and Senior Students
Oct. 28th 9:00 Augustana
Oct. 28th 1:30 Illinois State U
Oct. 29th 9:00 Iowa Wesleyan
Oct, 30th 9:00 S I U E
Oct. 30th 9:00 Quincy University
Oct. 30th 1:30 Millikin
Don't forget: Passes are not required for lunch visits but....You must have a pass from the guidance office to attend the college sessions. The calendar and the posters are on the Senior bulletin board located outside the Guidance office. Listed are dates and times the University or College will be in the building. Please ask Mrs. Sharp in the guidance office for a college pass to attend these sessions!
The Horatio Alger Scholarship for Seniors who can show critical financial need is available from Mr. Lawson.
Any High Pride member can stop by Coach Reed's room and guess the total points scored in this week's playoff game against Richwoods. Winner will receive a gift certificate.
We are selling Senator Football Playoff Gear next Wednesday and Thursday over all two lunch shifts in the commons. Short Tees are 11.00, long tees are 13.00 and hooded sweat shirts are 22.00 there is an upcharge for 2xl-5xl We will also be selling these items to the public on This Friday at the Washington game starting at 6:00 p.m. when the gates open just inside the gates.
All Freshmen and sophomores not in a fall sport can come to a boys basketball open gym today in the upstairs gym. Any questions see Coach Reed.
The word for this week is acrimony (ACK-ri-mone-y). a word that means "bitter, sharp feeling, especially as exhibited in speech or behavior." It comes from a Latin word meaning "sharpness." It was first used in English in the 16th century. Its adjective form is acrimonious.