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11/8 Morning News
11/8 Morning News
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Wednesday, November 08, 2017

           

Please read the rest of this week:  

There are two opportunities to get community service hours this week.  

  • Thursday at the Powder Puff game we need two people to run the snack shack from 6:30-8

  • This Sunday, 11/12 we need a few people to sell the calendars for the 2018 scholarship fund.

If anyone is interested in helping out with either opportunity please see Mrs. Page.  Thank You!

For the Powder Puff game, the snack bar will be open at 5:30 tomorrow for students who want to purchase food and snacks before the game, hot dogs, pulled pork and pizza along with drinks, chips candy and brownies will be available.

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

Winter Sports signups - Tuesday, November 14th during PB.  You will also need to sign up online using Family ID.

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 Thursday, Mass College of Pharmacy.  We end this year’s 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.

PCC APPLICATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 8-11 FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR.   DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION TO THE GUIDANCE OFFICE IS DECEMBER 22, 2017.  

Seniors please check your school email account for information regarding the Janice M. Scott Memorial Fund.  This scholarship is now available to the Class of 2018 on their website.  If you have any questions, please contact the guidance office.

There will be no high school math club meeting this Thursday.  The club will meet after school next Thursday.

The Next Debate team meeting will be Thursday after school in room 202. Remember you need to be attending at least one practice a week, and should be turning in your permission slips and dues ASAP

Attention all cross country team members who are no longer competing, please turn in your uniforms to Mr. Sylvain today or tomorrow during break or Power Block.

Model UN will be meeting at our regular time and place this Thursday morning.

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.

Attention all Leos!  The Lions Club Craft Fair is this Sunday, November 12th.  The Lions Club need Leos to help set up from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. and break down from 4-5 p.m.  Also sign-up on the classroom site for a shift at the Leos table, as well as, baked goods donations.  See Michael Mischley or Mr. Finley with any questions.

It is time to help the West Bridgewater Food Pantry!  Please bring in nonperishable items for the food pantry to support our neighbors in need.  Middle school - this is a power block challenge.  The National Honor Society will be coordinating donations at the high school, in addition to Leos Club members.  Let’s all fill the pantry shelves! Donations will be accepted until Thursday, November 16th.

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.

 

It’s November which means it’s time to recognize and support men's health in general with a focus on Prostate Cancer Awareness. Four WB men and man-boys have stepped up to the plate and are participating in the no-shave contest to help raise funds for the Massachusetts Prostate Cancer Coalition in Boston.  Last year we raised over one thousand dollars with then-senior Matt Lawler winning bragging rights for most raised funds.  This years contestants are as follows  <pause between contestants> Mr. Campagna...Mr. Despier...senior Mike O’Toole...and eighth grader Eoin Millerick.  They have been collecting all week and we’ll be tallying up the vote tomorrow (Thursday) so if you haven’t contributed yet and would like, now is the time!