Wednesday, October 10th, 2018
Detentions will begin Monday October 15th, 2018. Detentions begin at 1:43pm the main office and end at 2:30pm. Students must bring assignments to detention hall; you will not be allowed to use your phone.
As some of you may know one of our faculty members Mr. Scanlon has recently been diagnosed with ALS. ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. ALS eventually leads to people losing the ability to speak, eat, move and breathe.
As a show of support for Mr. Scanlon, we are holding a fundraiser to help raise funds for ALS research and treatment in Mr. Scanlon’s name. At halftime, during the homecoming game, we will hold a large ice bucket challenge as a show of support for Mr. Scanlon in his fight against this terrible disease. You can donate to a teachers bucket who is participating, all teaches have a goal of raising $ 50 and the teacher with the most money will have the smallest amount of ice water dumped on them and the teacher with the least amount of money will have a giant bucket of ice water. Students can also participate in the ice bucket challenge during halftime by donating $ 5 or more and signing up at lunch or in room C338. We would like a big show of support for Mr. Scanlon by having as many teachers and students participating as possible during the halftime ice bucket challenge.
Homecoming is this Friday! Students, wear your sneakers, there will be a free volleyball tournament for all. There will be carnival events including lots of food from 2pm-6:45pm. See digital signage for detailed scheduled events.
Attention Seniors, if the weather is good on Homecoming afternoon Ms. Marshall will set up and take Senior Pictures. Please sign up with her in B303.
The History Department will be showing the movie Gangs of New York on Thursday, October 18, after school in the Library. The movie takes place in New York City during the Civil War and the violence that erupts among political bosses and newly arriving immigrants. See your history teacher for a permission slip as this is an R rated movie. One permission slip from your parent or guardian will cover all movies shown for the rest of year.
Attention Skiers and Snowboarders! There will be a mandatory meeting TODAY, Wednesday (10/10) directly after school in room C309 for anyone interested in the Wachusett Mountain Ski and Snowboard program. This is for both experienced skiers and snowboarders as well as beginners looking to learn. Equipment and lessons are available. If you cannot attend the meeting see Mr. Belsito during 8th period in Room 310 (P & D) as soon as possible to pick up paperwork.
Writing club is tomorrow in room C340 from 2:00pm -2:45pm. Supplies will be provided.
Speech and Debate club will meet tomorrow in B201 with Mrs. Hardy. All are welcome
The PSAT will be given to all Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors today, Wednesday October 10th. Please check with your teachers for room assignments.
All Seniors will report to shop during the PSAT testing. You will attend your regularly scheduled classes during periods 7 and 8. Please make sure you are dressed for shop.
Congratulations to the girls varsity soccer team from their victory over Southbridge yesterday. Goal scorers were Shayla Roman , Ayanna Cordova, Genevieve Rivers, Mariana Vega, Ana Zuniga, Emma Thuot, and Juliette Tarnuzzer. Congratulations to the JV team for their 2-0 Victory over Main South.
365z Foundation Quote of the Day
“Something that has always puzzled me all my life is why, when I am in special need of help, the good deed is usually done by someone on whom I have no claim.” -William Feather