Daily Announcements

 

 

Please check high school webpage for links to ordering your cap and gown and Diploma Name form.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Diemer.
 

Wizards, Jostens has extended ad sale to Thursday, February 20th.  This is the last day to order an ad for the yearbook.


Attention Art Honor Society Members:  There is a mandatory Gen Pop meeting this Thursday, February 20th in the small cafeteria at 2:15 pm.  This meeting is followed by a brief Empty Bowls meeting and Calming Stones Making Workshop.


Any sophomore interested in attending the next BOCES Career & Tech visit on March 3 must return their visitation pass to the guidance office no later than Thursday February 27.


Cultural Connections Series is Celebrating Indian Culture.  Enjoy an afternoon experiencing Indian culture on Tuesday, February 25th at 2:15 – 3:15 pm in the small cafeteria, free of charge.  Sponsored by the Foreign Language Honor Society.  Any questions please see Mrs. Alemany.


Seniors, voting for superlatives will be held during all lunches from Tuesday, February 25 to Thursday, February 27th.  Make sure your vote!


If anyone is interested in an internship with Assemblyman Colin Schmitt this spring or summer, please inquire with guidance.


There will be a mandatory Baseball meeting for tryouts on Monday, March 2nd at 2:45 pm in cafeteria 168. (Make sure your physicals are updated on Family ID)


Attention All Spring Athletes:  Family ID will open for registration beginning Monday, February 10th and close on Wednesday, March 4th.  You must have an updated physical to complete your registration.  Any questions please stop by the Athletic Office.


The NY Air National Guard will be visiting on Tuesday, March 10th during all lunches for those students interested in speaking with them.


One in three adolescents in the US will experience abuse from a dating partner before they turn 18 years old.  Any student interested in attending the 7th Annual Safe Homes Youth Summit at Mt. St. Mary College on March 19th please see Kristen Cummings in Room 124 for an application.  This opportunity is a transformative experience designed for youth to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to advocate and end dating and domestic violence in our community.


Need help with a writing assignment?  “The Writing Center” meets every Tuesday after school in Rm. 122.  Sign up in the main office.


Do you want to share your favorite movie, book or song?  Join “Beyond the Book” every Tuesday in Rm. 125 afterschool.


Weekly Regents review sessions will begin after the winter break.  Sessions run January through May.  Please sign up in the main office.

 
Physicals
will be available every Friday, for all sports, 9 & 11th grade, and working papers.  Get your winter sports physical done early.  Come in and see when your physical expires, and if you need a physical, sign up in the health office.  First come first served.


Attention students and parents:  The New York State Summer School of the Arts information is posted for your review.  If you are a student interested in Theater, Choral Studies, Ballet, Dance, Media Arts, or Visual Arts please visit http://www.oce.nysed.gov/nysssa  to learn more about these exciting week long enrichment opportunities in New York State.


Attention Students and Parents:  There will be two large college fairs coming up in our area.  April 1st, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Northern New Jersey.  April 26th, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at the Jacob Javitis Center in Manhattan.  Please visit gotomyncf.com for more details and to pre-register.

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Please check high school webpage for links to ordering your cap and gown and Diploma Name form.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Diemer.
 

An informational meeting for all those interested in playing Girl’s JV/Varsity Lacrosse will be held on Wednesday, February 19th in the middle cafeteria at 2:20.


The United States Air Force will be here visiting during lunches on Wednesday, February 19th for any students interested in speaking with them.


Attention Art Honor Society Members:  There is a mandatory Gen Pop meeting this Thursday, February 20th in the small cafeteria at 2:15 pm.  This meeting is followed by a brief Empty Bowls meeting and Calming Stones Making Workshop.


If anyone is interested in an internship with Assemblyman Colin Schmitt this spring or summer, please inquire with guidance.


There will be a mandatory Baseball meeting for tryouts on Monday, March 2nd at 2:45 pm in cafeteria 168. (Make sure your physicals are updated on Family ID)


Attention All Spring Athletes:  Family ID will open for registration beginning Monday, February 10th and close on Wednesday, March 4th.  You must have an updated physical to complete your registration.  Any questions please stop by the Athletic Office.


The NY Air National Guard will be visiting on Tuesday, March 10th during all lunches for those students interested in speaking with them.


One in three adolescents in the US will experience abuse from a dating partner before they turn 18 years old.  Any student interested in attending the 7th Annual Safe Homes Youth Summit at Mt. St. Mary College on March 19th please see Kristen Cummings in Room 124 for an application.  This opportunity is a transformative experience designed for youth to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to advocate and end dating and domestic violence in our community.


Need help with a writing assignment?  “The Writing Center” meets every Tuesday after school in Rm. 122.  Sign up in the main office.


Do you want to share your favorite movie, book or song?  Join “Beyond the Book” every Tuesday in Rm. 125 afterschool.


Weekly Regents review sessions will begin after the winter break.  Sessions run January through May.  Please sign up in the main office.

 
Physicals
will be available every Friday, for all sports, 9 & 11th grade, and working papers.  Get your winter sports physical done early.  Come in and see when your physical expires, and if you need a physical, sign up in the health office.  First come first served.


Attention students and parents:  The New York State Summer School of the Arts information is posted for your review.  If you are a student interested in Theater, Choral Studies, Ballet, Dance, Media Arts, or Visual Arts please visit http://www.oce.nysed.gov/nysssa  to learn more about these exciting week long enrichment opportunities in New York State.


Attention Students and Parents:  There will be two large college fairs coming up in our area.  April 1st, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Northern New Jersey.  April 26th, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at the Jacob Javitis Center in Manhattan.  Please visit gotomyncf.com for more details and to pre-register.

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Please check high school webpage for links to ordering your cap and gown and Diploma Name form.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Diemer.
 

International Night auditions will be held on February 18th at 2:15 pm. in the auditorium.  See Mrs. Alemany in Rm. 142 for any questions.


The United States Air Force will be here visiting during lunches on Wednesday, February 19th for any students interested in speaking with them.


If anyone is interested in an internship with Assemblyman Colin Schmitt this spring or summer, please inquire with guidance.


There will be a mandatory Baseball meeting for tryouts on Monday, March 2nd at 2:45 pm in cafeteria 168. (Make sure your physicals are updated on Family ID)


Attention All Spring Athletes:  Family ID will open for registration beginning Monday, February 10th and close on Wednesday, March 4th.  You must have an updated physical to complete your registration.  Any questions please stop by the Athletic Office.


The NY Air National Guard will be visiting on Tuesday, March 10th during all lunches for those students interested in speaking with them.


One in three adolescents in the US will experience abuse from a dating partner before they turn 18 years old.  Any student interested in attending the 7th Annual Safe Homes Youth Summit at Mt. St. Mary College on March 19th please see Kristen Cummings in Room 124 for an application.  This opportunity is a transformative experience designed for youth to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to advocate and end dating and domestic violence in our community.


Need help with a writing assignment?  “The Writing Center” meets every Tuesday after school in Rm. 122.  Sign up in the main office.


Do you want to share your favorite movie, book or song?  Join “Beyond the Book” every Tuesday in Rm. 125 afterschool.


Weekly Regents review sessions will begin after the winter break.  Sessions run January through May.  Please sign up in the main office.

 
Physicals
will be available every Friday, for all sports, 9 & 11th grade, and working papers.  Get your winter sports physical done early.  Come in and see when your physical expires, and if you need a physical, sign up in the health office.  First come first served.


Attention students and parents:  The New York State Summer School of the Arts information is posted for your review.  If you are a student interested in Theater, Choral Studies, Ballet, Dance, Media Arts, or Visual Arts please visit http://www.oce.nysed.gov/nysssa  to learn more about these exciting week long enrichment opportunities in New York State.


Attention Students and Parents:  There will be two large college fairs coming up in our area.  April 1st, 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Northern New Jersey.  April 26th, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm, at the Jacob Javitis Center in Manhattan.  Please visit gotomyncf.com for more details and to pre-register.

 

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