Today is Wednesday February 6th, 2019
February is Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, which is an annual observance in the United States during the month of February, each day on the message boards a famous African American will be displayed along with a short biography. You will also read and learn more about other famous African Americans in history class this month.
Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, is an annual observance in the United States during the month of February, each day a new famous African American will be displayed along with a short biography.
U.S. lawyer and associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1967–91, born in Baltimore.. He joined the legal staff of the NAACP, he argued more than 30 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, successfully challenging racial segregation. His presentation of the argument against the “separate but equal” doctrine with the landmark decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka (1954). His appointment to the U.S. Court of Appeals in 1961 was opposed by some Southern senators and was not confirmed until 1962. President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed him to the Supreme Court two years later; he was the first black to sit on the Supreme Court, where he consistently supported the position taken by those challenging discrimination based on race or sex, opposed the death penalty, and supported the rights of criminal defendants.
Any student attending the Worcester State Field Trip today – Please report to the main lobby directly after checking in with 1st Period teacher.
Attention Seniors- Please see Mr. Tripp or Chef Y to pay your class dues. Your dues help pay for prom and other end of the year activities. Partial or full payments are accepted.
All 9th grade students should have their permission slips returned back to your history teacher for the Lowell Mills field trip this needs to be passed in for a grade.
The Human Rights Club is having a fundraiser until Valentine’s Day, selling cards and artificial flowers for just $3! They will be selling during lunches or you can stop by D430 for more details.
A/V club will meet Today right after school in the auditorium. The club is open to anyone interested, no experience is necessary. For more information, please see Mr. Torres in room C309.
Are you interested in political activism? Do you enjoy solving problems? Join Model U.N to learn how to solve world problems with other countries. Model U.N. will meet on Monday February 11 in D343. See Mr. Newton with any questions.
Eagle Who Code is canceled today, we will continue next week.
Looking to show off your school pride? Come soar by the Eagles Nest located by the auditorium, to check out all new merchandise. Stores are open daily from 9-1pm. Go Eagles!
The next after school history movie will take place on Thursday, February 14, after school in the Library. This month’s movie is Saving Private Ryan a WWII movie that also depicts a very realistic D Day battle scene. Please see your history teacher about extra credit interim grades will be going home soon.
There is Saturday Buy Back this week. Students need to report to the main lobby by 8:00am with schoolwork. Students currently on math plato are expected to attend. See Mr. Healey or your guidance counselor with any questions.
There will be a brief informational meeting for any boy wishing to play baseball this spring on Tomorrow immediately after school in Coach McKeon’s room B317.
Congratulations to the boys basketball team for their win against Monty Tech last night next game is at home. Friday Vs. Assabet
365z Quote of the Day
“Kind people are the best kind of people.” – Author Unknown