STUDENT BULLETIN Thursday, February 9, 2012
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Say happy Valentine’s Day, ask a date to Sadie’s and help the domestic Violence Shelter out at the same time. You can do this by ordering flowergrams from the Authentic Voices group during lunch in the cafeteria and cafeteria hallway.
Quad City Scholars is having a FAFSA night tonight in B220 from 3-7:00 p.m. This is for all members any anybody wanting to join.
Any freshmen girl basketball player wishing to go out for track is invited to start track on Monday.
The following scholarships are available through the counseling website:
1) The Quad Cities Section of American Society of Civil Engineers – due May 15
2) The Quad Cities Home Builders Association – due March 22
This is a reminder to juniors and seniors with a cumulative grade point average of 3.45 and above: There is a meeting in the cafeteria on Thursday, February 9th during second period.
Freshmen: You must complete your online scheduling by midnight tonight. Students who do not meet the deadline will need to do their online scheduling in a computer lab after school at a later date.
Tickets for the Sadie Hawkins dance are on sale in the bookstore for $10.00 each through the 22nd. The price will goes up to $15 on the 23rd. The dance is Saturday February 25th. You must have your student ID and your date’s ID or guest slip when you purchase your ticket. Both tickets must be purchased at the same time! You will also need your ID to enter the dance.
All students interested in working on Stage Crew for the Spring Musical, “The Sound of Music” should plan on coming this Saturday to begin construction work. Please report to the auditorium stage beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday. Plan to work until about 2:00 p.m. each Saturday from now until the performance in March. If you have questions, please contact Mr. May in the choir room
Cast Members of the Sound of Music are reminded to check the notices DAILY on the choir room door for updates and changes to the rehearsal schedule. As things work out, there are always adjustments to such a large scale production. There may be daily changes that you need to watch for. Check the notices every day!!!!
We have an overwhelmingly large number of books overdue from the library. Many of these are on hold for someone else who has been waiting for an opportunity to read that book. Overdue notices are delivered to first hour classes every week, and fines are accrued at ten cents per day until something is 60 days over due, at which time a $5.00 maximum fine is added to the price of the book. If you have an overdue book we are offering a one time only period of amnesty from fines. Bring any overdue materials by lunch time today and we will waive all fines and fees.