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STUDENT BULLETIN for Tuesday, March 10, 2020


Attention Line O’ Type reporters, if you were assigned a story for the upcoming issue of the newspaper, this is a reminder that all stories are due to your editor or Mrs. Norcross by 5 pm today. Please see Mrs. Norcross in B206 if you have questions or concerns.

Attention Line O’ Type editors: This is a reminder that this Wednesday and Thursday are work nights for the newspaper. Please check with your reporters now to ensure that your stories are done and ready for publication by Wednesday.

This message is for all students who have worked on the Line O’ Type this year as editors, reporters, and photographers. We will be taking a group picture for the yearbook after school Thursday. Please meet in B206, Mrs. Norcross’s room and we will take the picture at 3:05.

NHS is doing a picture retake for the yearbook today after school in the BPAC lobby.

Do you want to learn American Sign Language? Well if so, join ASL Club. ASL Club is open to students and staff. Our next meeting will be today during your 4th-hour lunch in the Info Hub. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Jackson or Mrs. Engle in room E113.

There will be a History Club meeting on Wednesday, March 11th at 7:30am.  Hope to see you all there.


Not sure what the military has to offer your career? Find out about the opportunities that the Military offers. Sign up with Mr. Woods in the Counseling Center to listen to a presentation by the Marines. 



A list of those who earned Math department honors is posted in your math classroom.  Please see Mr. Weller with questions.

The list of World Language department honors and students that earned the seal of biliteracy is posted outside of level 4 classrooms.  Please see Mr. Castro if you have questions.

Business and Technology department honors have been posted outside of all business and technology classrooms. Students earning 5 semesters of A's in Business and Technology classes are eligible to earn department honors. Please check the list, and contact any Business or Technology teacher if you have questions.

This is an announcement from our nurse’s office:

The best way to prevent respiratory viruses is to

* Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.

*Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

*Stay home when you have a fever over 100 degrees.

*Cover your cough or sneeze.

*If cold like symptoms persist over 7 days or worse, contact your physician.