Daily Announcements

Today is Thursday, April 4th, 2019



This Saturday Buy Back this week. Students need to report to the main lobby by 8am with school work.


Attention any Senior who received the AVID Hanover Scholarship-please see Mrs. Ward in D401 by the end of the day.



All 9th graders need to return their permission slips for the Lowell mills field trip to your history teacher.



Tech Writers is joining with the Young Writers Program of National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) for the month of April.  Join us this week for planning, idea-sharing and world-building, then get down to the serious business of writing your novel starting today. April is also National Poetry Month – Poets, submit your work for our 2019 poetry magazine!

Come see the school play! Radium Girls is a play about the women who fought for the right to speak in court against unfair treatment, which led to the formation of OSHA. Tickets for students are five dollars, sold at the door, and the show is on Thursday, April 11th at 4:30, and Friday, April 12th at 7pm in the Auditorium.


Student Council is hosting a food drive from April 8th to May 9th. All the cans and non perishable food items will be donated to Burncoat’s food pantry and distributed to the students in need across the city. The shop week that donates the most canned goods/non perishables will receive a pizza party courtesy of Antonio’s Pizza! In Your Shop Lunch. Every donation is greatly appreciated and will go to very good use! We hope you all participate!


Ms. Marshall is asking Clubs to submit Group photos to her for the Yearbook ASAP so that they may be included in the 2019 book. Any questions please see her in B303



Spring Cleaning?  The Animal Science Shop is collecting gently used towels, blankets and comforters to help support homeless animals.  They are also collecting any used plastic pet carriers. All donations can be brought to Ms. DeForge in room B219 from now until this Thursday, April 4th.  The sophomore class will be bringing the donations to the TJ O’Connor Animal Shelter in western MA as part of a working field trip this Friday. Any questions, stop by room B219 for answers.  Thank you in advance.

Attention student who are under 18 Years old! Now that Spring and Summer are upon us you might be going out and getting yourself a part time job. By law if you are under 18 years old you will need a Workers Permit!! It is a two step process. If you need one- This is a reminder: Miss Blute in down in the cafeteria everyday from 5:45 am -7:15 am before school taking care of anyone needing a Workers Permit. Please see her at that time. She is not always available during the day.


UMASS POLICE DEPARTMENT at UMASS Hospital is offering a one week Police Academy program July 8-12. Any Junior or Senior student interested in a career as a police officer and is interested in this one week summer program please send an email to Ms. Courtney or Ms. Blute by April 5th or sign up on sign up sheet outside the Co-Op Office.

There will be a 30-minute informational meeting in room C340 after school on Tuesday, April 9 for all juniors interested in taking AP Literature and Composition next year.

A meeting for 10th graders interested in next year’s AP Language and Composition course will be held right after school on Tuesday, April 9 in B-222 with Ms. Sweetman.

This AP Language and Composition meeting is for sophomores to receive introductory information regarding the course expectations and summer work.


Student Council is once again participating in the literacy across the city campaign by collecting new or gently used books. We Share the same intention; to eventually place books into hands of many elementary children who may not have any in their homes. A Drop Off Bin labeled “Children’s Book Drive” is Located just outside the main office.  Thank You in advance for your support!


Congratulations to the Boys’ Volleyball with their first game and first win yesterday. The Eagles defeated Main South 3-0.

Brendan Hamilton had 12 kills and 1 block.

Cooper Nyanue had 2 aces, 5 skills, and 1 block.

Roland Damuni had 4 aces, 1 kill, and 6 assists.

The boys have a home game tomorrow vs Leominster starting at 4:00pm.

365z Quote of the Day

Remember, you’re the one that can fill the world with sunshine.

-Snow White