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Springfield, IL 62704

Morning Announcements for Tuesday, October 11, 2016

October 11, 2016

Good morning Springfield High! Today is Tuesday, October 11, 2016 where successful Senators follow the classroom and school wide expectations and allow for learning all throughout the building. Thank you for Being A Senator!

Attention seniors. Jostens will be here tomorrow, October 12th to go over cap and gown, announcements and other senior related gear. Also, additional graduation and other valuable information will be given. The meeting will be 1st hour on Wednesday.

The 2017 Capitoline Yearbook is now on sale for $60; in January, the cost will be $70. Make your payment in room 254 or through Student Fees. If you don’t have the full amount now, you can pay one half and the other when the book arrives in April.

If you want your baby picture in this year’s Capitoline Yearbook, bring it and $10 to Mrs. Eslahi in room 254.

GSA members: there is a meeting today in the conference room in 169 at 3:30.

Anyone interested in being a part of the SHS Speech & Acting Team, should meet in Room 150 at 3:30pm today, October 11th.

If you are interested in joining or learning about Robotics Club, please come to the informational meeting TODAY, October 11th in the commons immediately after school. Robotics is a group from all three high schools that does different types of robot building and robotics. Learn more at the meeting.

The following colleges will be visiting SHS during the week of Oct. 10-14. Please see Mrs. Kontio or Ms. Hurley in the guidance office or Mr. Kyes in room 153A. WEDNESDAY 10/12- Greenville College during 5th hour & Illinois College during 7th hour. THURSDAY 10/13- SLU (St. Louis University) during 6th hour.

Attention SENIORS- If you have not completed the FAFSA (financial aid for college next fall), SHS will be hosting a FREE FAFSA COMPLETION NIGHT at SHS in the library from 6-7pm on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13. Please see Mr. Kyes for questions and/or details.

This past Saturday the Girls Swimming and Diving Team won their meet against Sacred-Heart Griffin, Southeast, and Jacksonville High Schools. Phoebe Duffy won the 200 Freestyle and Peri Ehmen placed 2nd. In the 200 IM, Haley Rivera took 1st and Lanae Lang took 3rd. Caitlin Tierney won the 50 Freestyle and Alli Wilkey placed 3rd. In Diving, Katie Bilinksy finished 1st and Stephanie Bilinsky finished 2nd. Haley Rivera also won the 100 Fly. In the 100 free, Camryn Milling placed 2nd and Phoebe Duffy 3rd. Peri Ehmen took 1st in the 500 Freestyle and Healy Funderburg 2nd. Hannah Rivera placed 3rd in the 100 back. SHS swept the the 100 breaststroke. Caitlin Tierney took 1st, Camryn Milling 2nd, and Clare Anders 3rd. Congratulations to the Girls Swimming and Diving Team.

The cross country team competed at the Metamora Invite on Saturday, The girls varsity team finished 10th out of 23 teams. Shay Doty was the top placer for SHS. In the girls F/S race, Abbie Norris was the top finisher for SHS. The boys varsity team finished 4th out of 19 teams. Kyle Boughter was the top finisher for SHS. In the boys F/S race, Sam Forness was the top finisher for SHS.

If you didn’t make the trip to Decatur last Friday you missed one heck of a football game. Your varsity Senators took on the #8 team in 6A and came up a 2 point conversion short of pulling off the upset and fell 41-42. Despite the loss there were some amazing individual performances. Overall Player of the Game Caleb Small gained 165 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns on offense and came in and played solid defense the 2nd half. Offensive Player of the Game Cam Jones electrified the crowd with a 57 yard touchdown in the 4th quarter to pull the team within 7 points. Defensive Player of the Game was Roy Gully and Special Teams Player of the Game was QaRon Hawkins. The team has another tall task on Friday as they have to knock off #1 ranked SHG to keep their playoff hopes alive. They won’t be able to do it alone so make sure you come out and support the team and show them who has the most school spirit.