What's Happening/Daily Announcements





The in-school dodge ball game that was scheduled for tomorrow (3/31) has been canceled.

All Grad Bash seats have been filled.

There will be grade recovery today from 2-4 in Mrs. Harkey’s room.

Seniors: Scholarship deadlines are fast approaching. Six scholarships will expire April 1st and more will expire soon after. Make sure you get your scholarships completed and turned in. Few have been completed so the chance of winning a scholarship is very good!

ASVAB signups for April 6th will close April 4th! Only a week left to sign up for the last ASVAB of the school year. Go to the guidance office to get your name on the list!

Attention Juniors and Seniors:  Get your prom tickets now: $30.00 per person or $55 for a couple.  These prices have been extended until April 7th.  After April 7th, all tickets will be $35.00 with no discount for purchasing as a couple.  If you are bringing a non-student as a date, remember to pick up your permission form to be approved by the Dean's’ office before you purchase your tickets. All permission forms need to be turned in to the Dean’s office by April 21st.

Attention Seniors: If you are interested in running for Prom King or Prom Queen, please sign up with Ms. Phillips on Campus 2 by tomorrow.  

There is a mandatory parent meeting on April 5th at 6:00 p.m. in the gym for anyone interested in playing football next year.

The cafeteria will be serving shrimp and cheese grits on the grill today!

Juniors and Senior: The bus for the Construction Career day will be loading at 8:00. Teachers: please refer to the email I sent yesterday for a list of students to be released at 8:00.

Band, Chorus, and Color Guard: This is a reminder that you have pictures during your class period tomorrow. If you do not have music class scheduled tomorrow, please make arrangements with your teachers to stop by the band room to get your photo taken. You are to wear your uniforms for these pictures.

Algebra I Retakes are next week, April 3rd and 4th.  

Seniors..... Interested in studying in Germany for a year? See Mr. Stevens in Guidance for more information!


Summer at Duke University! Click here for more information. Any 16-17 year old students who are interested in applying for a scholarship to study and be part of an Israeli-Palestinian school that teaches cooperation and peace, please see Mr. Stevens or Mrs. Jones.


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