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Springfield, IL 62704

Morning Announcements for Thursday, October 31, 2013

October 31, 2013

Good morning Springfield High! Today is Thursday, October 31, 2013 where successful Senators are focused, alert, on task, and engaged in the classroom. Thank you for Being A Senator!

College Recruiters for Oct. Get a pass in Guidance or from Mrs. Povse to attend.
Oct. 31 8:30 Western Illinois University, Macomb
Nov. 5 8:30 Columbia College, Columbia, MO
Nov. 13 9:25 Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
Nov. 20 Lunch Northwest Missouri State, Maryville, MO
Nov. 21 Lunch Lincoln Land Community College
Reminder that Eastern Illinois University will be doing live admissions on Nov. 26. Get a paper application, fill it out and return it to Mrs. Povse. She will then set up an appointment with the admissions representative for you.

Any junior or senior currently holding a position in student government who is interested in applying the United States Senate Youth Program which will qualify him/her for consideration for a $5,000 scholarship from the Hearst foundation should come to the guidance office for an application.

JUNIORS AND UNDECIDED SENIORS: The first college bus trip of the year will be to SIU-Carbondale on November 7 from 7:00AM to 5:30 PM. Permission slips are on Mrs. Povse's door, room 153A and in the Guidance Office. Permissions slips are due Today by 3:30 PM.

The SHS Book Fair is here!!! The Book Fair will run until Friday, Nov. 1. Stop by the library and check it out.

After school today is the Do Something Club Halloween Food Drive called, "We Scare Hunger," from 3:30-9pm. Instead of trick or treating for candy, you will trick or treat for canned foods to benefit local food Pantries. If you are participating, please do not wear your costume until you put it on after school, in the Commons. If you have any questions, please contact Grace Thompson or Mr. Williams.

Please help the Do Something Club & Benedictine University with their shoe drive to help the "Shoeman Water Projects." These projects will turn your shoes into clean drinking water in third world countries. Shoes are collected, sold for pennies in places like Kenya, Haiti & South America, and the funds pay for well-drilling rigs, water purification systems, & other supplies to bring clean water to communities in need around the world. All you do is gather any new or used shoes that don’t have holes, tie or rubber band them together, & drop them off in the box outside the Guidance Office until November 1. Learn more at www.shoemanwater.org or see Mr. Williams.

There will be a wrestling meeting today after school. The informational meeting will be in Coach Nesbit’s room 266. The meeting should only last 15 minutes.

Any African American student in grades 9-11 who is interested in a career in teaching is asked to complete a survey from the National Alliance of Black School Educators. Please stop by the guidance office to pick up the survey which is due November 4.

Last call for Read for a Lifetime signup. See Mrs. Dahmane in the library by Friday, Nov. 1 if you are interested.

Woot Woot. The Senator Volleyball team beat Quincy Notre Dame. They will play Jacksonville for the Regional title tonight at 6:00 at Lanphier. Come out and cheer the girls on and wear white to the game.

It. Is. On. ... SHS Dodgeball Tournament! Who will win the trophies, cash and bragging rights? Start forming your team of 6-8 now for the Wednesday, November 13th Tourney in the gym at 7pm. Turn your team registration form in to the school office, with $30 and signed waivers for anyone under 18. Forms and waivers are attached on the SHS website, and are also in the school office. Registration will also be held next week in the Commons. Sign up in advance and save money! May the best team win!

There will be a meeting for any boy not in a fall sport wishing to play basketball in Coach Reed’s room 228 directly after school next Tuesday. Questions? See Coach Reeed.

Josten's will be here November 6th from 7:30a-12:30a, they ask that students bring the completed forms along with their $60 deposit.