11/6 Morning News
11/6 Morning News
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Monday, November 06 2017

             

If there are any seniors that would like to have or send in Snapchat pictures in the yearbook, please email or contact Nadirah. Thank You!

There is a College Visit signup sheets  in the guidance office and you will also need a pass to give to your teacher.

Colleges visiting this week are Monday, Colby Sawyer College, Thursday, Mass College of Pharmacy.  We end this years’ college visits with St. Michael’s College on Monday, November 13th.

60TH ANNUAL AFL-CIO SCHOLARSHIP -

STUDENTS MAY SIGN UP IN GUIDANCE

EXAM DATE FEBRUARY 7, 2018

ADMINISTERED IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE

THE LABOR HISTORY SCHOLARSHIP EXAM WILL CONSIST OF 30 MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS AND ONE ESSAY QUESTION WITH A RESPONSE OF 250-500 WORDS.

A STUDY GUIDE IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS WHO SIGN  UP FOR THE EXAM.  ANY INTERESTED STUDENTS MUST SIGN UP BY DECEMBER 8 IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.

PLEASE SEE GUIDANCE FOR ANY ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.

Sorry Video Club members but there will be NO Video Club today after school.

SENIORS - COMCAST SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE.  -  DEADLINE IS NOVEMBER 7.  

JUNIORS:   your $45 dues are now due…...all dues must be paid before you will be allowed to purchase a prom ticket...all dues are being collected by Mrs. Graziano in room 218….if you have a problem let her know.

Yearbook Staff - We will have a brief meeting in the office conference room on Monday 11/6 after school to discuss the cover.  

Attention Seniors -- The time is now for the final vote for superlatives. You can find the link on the Yearbook classroom page to make your choices.  Responses will be accepted until the end of the school day on 11/7.

Student Council - We will me meeting on Wednesday 11/8 before school in Room 204.  If you still have a permission slip for the field trip please bring this with you.

Any Leos Club member who missed Thursday’s meeting, please see Mr. Finley or Mrs. McAlduff for the pie and cookie dough sell sheet.  Let’s reach our goal of raising $1000 for senior scholarships!

The next debate team practice will be held Tuesday at 6:45 am in room 202. Remember you must be attending at least one practice a week to keep your place on the team, and dues and permission slips should be turned in to Mr. Ennis ASAP

The next Photo Club meeting will be held Tuesday after school in room 202. Be sure to upload a photo on classroom for this week’s theme!

On Saturday, November 18th from 10:00-11:30 A.M., there will be a Zumbathon held in the school gym to raise funds for those impacted by Hurricane María in Puerto Rico.  $5 for students and $8 for adults.  ALL are welcome and NO experience is needed.  Just bring energy, a smile and lots of water because you WILL sweat!  Tickets will be sold during Powerblock and at the door.  Questions?  See Señora Fougere.

 

Good Morning Wildcats! Welcome back to your weekly weather with Weatherbee, for this weeks weather it’s gonna be a cold one! Today it’s going to be partly cloudy with rain showers towards the afternoon with high 60s so make sure to bring your rain jacket if you plan on going to the girls soccer game today at 2 where they hope to destroy Cohasset. Tomorrow will be mostly sunny with low 50s. Wednesday will be cloudy with low 50s and a possible rain shower at night. Lastly, Thursday will be cloudy with mid-50s. That’s all I got for this week going to the anchors right about now.

 

The girls varsity soccer team defeated Sacred Heart on Saturday to advance them to the quarterfinals of the MIAA tournament.  Liz Williams scored the goal for the Wildcats and the defensive work of Amanda Wells, Abby Boucher, Nicole Berglund, Italia Ciccolo and keeper Sophie Roy kept Sacred Heart scoreless.  The girls host Cohasset today at 2.  Come out and show your support.

 

 

The boys varsity soccer team beat Upper Cape 6-1 on Saturday to also advance to the quarter-finals.  Jason Victor notched a hat trick while Kevin Lawler, Shawn Thorburn, and Derek Thorburn each added one.  The boys will travel to Sturgis West on Tuesday to face the Navigators looking to set them off their course.

 

The Wildcat cafe is serving pancakes with syrup, baked ham and a hashbrown patty on the hot line today. Cheese or pepperoni slices are at the pizza station, chicken patties and burgers on the grill and the featured grab and go this week is Autumn chicken with apples, cranberries and cheddar cheese. Assorted breakfast sandwiches and warm soft pretzels are available at break.

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