Today is Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
Good morning everyone, Superintendent Advisory Council has something important to tell you: I know that you hate how nasty and unsettling the tables are when they’re littered with grease, crumbs, and other nauseating things. I know we appreciate the good, honest, and selfless people at a table that’s neat or even the people who throw away everyone else’s trash – but we need everyone at lunch to be that way. This week, the lunch that has the cleanest reputation will win a great reward the following week. The reward will absolutely be worth the effort. Plus, it should be pretty easy. I know everyone is perfectly capable of being clean. Thank you – Sincerely, Superintendent Advisory Council
DECA is sponsoring the Coats For Kids Coat Drive. Please donate new coats, gloves, or hats for infants through high school students. The donation box will be placed outside the main office. Thank you in advance! 🙂
ATTENTION SENIORS: The hoodies are here. Please see Ms. Marshall in B303
There will be a mandatory meeting for those who wish to participate in the Ski + Snowboard club on Wednesday, November 20th after school in room C313. Please see Mr. Belsito otherwise.
Writing Club is participating in NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month. If you’re interested, please come and join!
eSports club will be meeting Wednesday, November 20th after school in B216 until 3:30. The club meets the first and third Wednesday of every month.
The Drama Club will meet After School today to work on this year’s musical: “Frozen” – Meetings will take place in the auditorium until 4pm.
Anime Club is underway in Mr. Cote’s room, C337. Meets every Wednesday from 1:50 to 2:50. Bus passes are supplied. If any teachers know of students who may be interested, please send them to Mr. Cote for additional information.
Any student wishing to order school pictures are reminded to bring their orders to the box in the Main Office before school closes for Thanksgiving Break.
The next after school history movie will be on Thursday Nov. 21, 12 Years a Slave. A free black man from upstate New York is kidnapped and sold into slavery in the South. Subjected to the cruelty of his master, he also finds unexpected kindness from another, as he struggles continually to survive and maintain some of his dignity. This is an R rated movie and you will need a permission slip if you have not already returned one this year. See your history teacher for extra-credit or more information.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Invitations and applications have been emailed to Juniors eligible for the National Honor Society. Please see Ms. Robichaud in Room B317 with any questions.
We will be having a Fall harvest Semi Formal from 6-9pm on Friday November 22nd at the Gym. Tickets will be sold at all lunches and will be $5, or $7 at the door. Let’s have some fun and drop it like the leaves! Hope we see you there!
Student IDs are required at Friday’s Fall Harvest Dance in order to be allowed in. Don’t forget to bring them!”
CALLING ALL SWIMMERS, Coach Andrew Masterson and Coach Tarick will be hosting a Winter Swim Team pre-season meeting on Friday November 22nd at 3:00 at the Boys and Girls Club of Worcester on Tainter street.
Big Shout out and Congratulations to the Worcester Tech Cheerleaders at their Competition this past weekend. The cheerleaders placed 4th out of 21 teams at the New England State Competition. The team has worked really hard and should be extremely proud of their hard work. Keep it up, girls!
365z Foundation Quote of the Day
“Remember, there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” – Scott Adams