Morning Announcements for Monday, October 25, 2010
It is signup time for the Read for the Lifetime program. All pleasure readers will be interested. Deadline is Today. See Mrs. Dahmane in the library for details and to sign up.
For all students interested in Engineering, a great opportunity is around the corner. The Illinois Department of Transportation is again offering a Saturday Academy for interested Springfield Public School high school students. This year students will use the TRAC design and construction module, a hands-on program that teaches students how to use math and science to solve real world problems in transportation and civil engineering. The program begins on Sat. Nov 6th and runs every Sat except Nov 27th until Dec 11th at the IDOT building on Dirksen Parkway. Contact Mr. Crum for applications
The Scholastic Book Fair is in the library this week. Hours are from 8:15 to 3:30. In addition the book fair will be open during parent/teacher conference hours. Five $10 gift certificates to use at the book fair will be given away. Ask your English teacher for an entry form.
Lewis University is sponsoring a free Aviation Career Conference on Sat., Nov. 6 from 9-1:00. This is for students who are interested in aviation business, safety and security, aviation maintenance, air traffic control or being a pilot. Register at www.lewisu.edu/aviation
Any National Honor Society Student who would like to earn service hours by working in the Be A Senator store should contact Mrs. Hays in room 152 to pick up an application.
There will be a chess club meeting Tomorrow, October 26 in room 222. Chess Club, room 222, Tuesday, October 26.
Any Sophomore who can do Behind the Wheel at 6:50 AM, please see Ms. Dvorak ASAP. We have openings in Behind the Wheel right now.
Attention Seniors! If you are interested in applying for Chase Bank scholarship, there will be a mandatory meeting on Tomorrow, October 26 before school, and on both lunch shifts in the auditorium.
Any girl interested in playing basketball this year, not involved in a fall sport, should attend a short meeting Today after school in room 162. See Coach Scheffler if you have any questions.
Current National Honor Society Members: Mark you calendar for the induction ceremony—meet Wednesday, October 27th at 6:00 on the third floor outside of the library to line up. The ceremony will begin at 6:30.
Any freshmen or sophomore boys, not in a fall sport, that is interested in playing basketball, is invited to boys basketball open gym Wednesday after school, and should come to a meeting Thursday after school in Coach Reed’s room, room 228. Any questions, see Coach Reed.
No Shave November is almost here! One of the easiest ways to show your support for those researching a way to find a cure for cancer is to not shave for an entire month. Take all that money you saved on razors and shaving cream and donate it for cancer research. Does your scratchy face bother the women in your life? Do they find it adorable? Find out and raise some money along the way. Ladies are welcome to participate too...we have a couple of ideas about how to make it easier for you to raise money too... in a less disgusting way. We will be having the kick-off meeting for No Shave November on Tuesday after school in Mr. Lightfoot's room, #330. We will be selling t-shirts this year for those of you who still want to stay clean-shaven.
Hey, Hey JSA! We are having a meeting this Wednesday. Come for food and fun and bring your friends!
The Cross Country team competed in the Regional meet at Jacksonville on Saturday. The Varsity Girls finished 1st in the team standings and advance to the sectional meet this Saturday. Kirby Hale was the top finisher for SHS. The Varsity Boys finished 1st in the team standings and advance to the sectional meet this Saturday. Michael Simon finished 1st place with a time of 14:51