Student Assistance Programs are collaborative teams of trained school district and County Mental Health and Drug and Alcohol Service agency personnel who meet regularly to assess, refer, and support student needs in order to remove barriers to their learning.
Student Bulletin 1/18/19
Lunch Menu: Philly cheesesteak sub, steamed carrots, diced pears, and milk.
A reminder for students who eat breakfast at school: Should there be a two-hour delay in the future, school breakfast is not served those mornings.
The Teen Center is hosting an after-hours hangout tonight for students in 7th through 12th grade from 7-10pm. The Youth Action Board is sponsoring the event and challenges you to a game of "Minute to Win It" as well as a ping-pong tournament. For those who are interested, there will be a "Just Dance" competition and karaoke.
Eighth grade students interested in attending Vo-Tech can pick up applications in the Guidance Office. Completed applications are due back to Guidance by Friday, February 15th. Also, Vo-Tech will hold an Open House on Sunday, February 10th from 1-4pm.
Applications for S.O.A.R. sponsored races are available in the office. Completed Leprechaun Loop applications are due to Mrs. Walp no later than Friday, February 1st. Warrior Trail applications are due by Friday, March 1st. Applications are in the office for the Run for the Cookies race on February 23rd. This race is not S.O.A.R. sponsored.
If you are a student in 7th or 8th grade interested in youth leadership as well as becoming more involved in the community, please consider applying to the Teen Center's Youth Action Board. Applications can be picked up outside Mrs. Riccobon's room, 229.
Be sure to do your part and participate in selling Incredible Popcorn and Krispy Kreme donuts. Fundraiser orders are due by Wednesday, January 23rd to homeroom teachers. Remember, payment is due with orders. Cash will not be accepted - turn in checks or money orders.