Today is Tuesday March 28, 2017
There will be a prom committee meeting tomorrow after school in room D420
Attention Seniors: The Worcester Community Action Council is again offering summer jobs programs to students who are eligible. To qualify for the programs you must have a free or reduced lunch status. They are strongly recruiting “First Time Applicants”
Representatives from the Worcester Community Action Council will be here in the auditorium tomorrow for Seniors during period 2.
In order to attend the informational meeting, you must see Ms. Blute in the Workforce Development Office for a pass with verification of free or reduced lunch status by today. You will not be allowed to attend the session without this pass.
This will be the only opportunity to meet with the staff from the summer job program for this school year.
FITCLUB will have yoga tomorrow. Meet outside the bank.
There will be a quick meeting on Thursday to give out permission slips for our Cardigen Lodge trip April 13, 14 , 15. The first 10 students that return permission slips will go on this trip. Please see Chef Y or Mr. Fitzpatrick If you have any questions.
Today the Tech Book Club will be making bookmarks, deciding on a possible book to read as a group, and of course, discussing our current faves. New members always welcome. We meet from 1:45 to 3:00 in Room C340.
Tomorrow the history dept. will be showing the movie Selma open to anyone, see your history teacher about extra credit.
Anyone attending the field trip to Sladesville this afternoon meet in front lobby at 1:50 after school today.
The first speaker for the Veterinary Leadership Afterschool Program will be visiting on Thursday, March 30th at 2:30pm in Ms. Baker’s room, B220.
Dr. Reinhard specializes in veterinary shelter medicine, and has dedicated her life to helping homeless dogs and cats around the nation. Please make sure you check the Google Classroom page for other instructions.
The WTHS Boys’ Volleyball team will be honoring the memory of Brittany Gengel as they collect donations for the BE LIKE BRIT foundation, over the next 2 weeks. Seven years ago Brit died in the Haiti earthquake while doing volunteer work for the poorest of the poor. Her parents created “BE Like Brit” and built a beautiful orphanage in Haiti as Brittany’s legacy. Over the years Worcester Tech sports teams have collected donations for “Be Like Brit” and have really connected with this charity. So if someone ask you to donate a dollar for a ribbon or bracelet – please keep the children from Haiti in mind and be generous.
There is an OVERSTOCK of yearbooks from when this building opened in 2006 –to the present (the 2016 book is $5) and ALL other yearbooks will be on sale for $1 each and money will go to the BE LIKE BRIT foundation.
Any students interested in signing up for the Worcester Tech hand ball club please do so in the main office prior to March 31st. Play begins April 12th.