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Friday, February 5

  • Hey, ladies! Softball tryouts are just around the corner, February 8. Make sure you are cleared through the athletic office. You can only tryout if have your clearance cards. There will be a mandatory meeting today in Enk's room 225. This meeting is only for student who are not currently in a winter sport.
  • Seniors--Please come and pick up your sweatshirt or t-shirt if you pre-ordered one from Ms. Marshall's classroom AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you still would like to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt there are a few extra (including short sleeved t-shirts for $10.00)--so come and get them before they are gone.
  • Calling all freshman, sophomore, and juniors--for the first time you can purchase your own class shirt for $10.00. Each class has their own color, logo and saying. Show your school spirit and stop by Ms. Marshall's classroom to make your t-shirt purchase.
  • Attention all boys tennis players. Tryouts will start next Monday, February 8th at 3:15pm. If you plan on playing tennis this year you must be cleared and ready to go Monday afternoon. If you have any questions please stop by room B15.
  • The sports video will be shown today at 2:45 pm. in room B15.
  • Attention Spanish Club members, we are having a brief meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 2:45p.m in Ms. Figueroa's room (R28).

Thursday, February 4

  • Seniors--Please come and pick up your sweatshirt or t-shirt if you pre-ordered one from Ms. Marshall's classroom AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you still would like to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt there are a few extra (including short sleeved t-shirts for $10.00)--so come and get them before they are gone.
  • Calling all freshman, sophomore, and juniors--for the first time you can purchase your own class shirt for $10.00. Each class has their own color, logo and saying. Show your school spirit and stop by Ms. Marshall's classroom to make your t-shirt purchase.
  • Attention all boys tennis players. Tryouts will start next Monday, February 8th at 3:15pm. If you plan on playing tennis this year you must be cleared and ready to go Monday afternoon. If you have any questions please stop by room B15.
  • Attention Spanish Club members, we are having a brief meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 2:45p.m in Ms. Figueroa's room (R28).
  • The sports video will be shown tomorrow at 2:45 pm. in room B15.
  • Softball Tryouts start this coming Monday at 3:00pm on the varsity field for everyone. Be cleared and ready to play. Tryouts will all week long hope to see you there ready. For more information, come to room 225 after school today or tomorrow for the info. The sports video will be shown at 7:30 tomorrow morning in room 225.

Wednesday, February 3

  • Teachers, please remember to excuse designated students at the beginning of 3rd hour for the NAEP meeting with Ms. Paparella in the mini-auditorium.
  • Check out the Learning Center room 219, opens each morning 7 am and again after school till 3:30 pm. Not only can we give you assistance with your homework but we can help out your hunger pains with breakfast and a snack. Ask us about the tickets you can earn toward the drawings for great prizes. Drawing held March 10th. See you at the Learning Center--- upstairs room 219
  • Seniors--Please come and pick up your sweatshirt or t-shirt if you pre-ordered one from Ms. Marshall's classroom AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you still would like to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt there are a few extra (including short sleeved t-shirts for $10.00)--so come and get them before they are gone.
  • Calling all freshman, sophomore, and juniors--for the first time you can purchase your own class shirt for $10.00. Each class has their own color, logo and saying. Show your school spirit and stop by Ms. Marshall's classroom to make your t-shirt purchase.
  • Attention all boys tennis players. Tryouts will start next Monday, February 8th at 3:15pm. If you plan on playing tennis this year you must be cleared and ready to go Monday afternoon. If you have any questions please stop by room B15.
  • The sports video will be shown today after school in room B15 at 2:45pm.
  • Attention all track athletes; there will be a mandatory track meeting at 2:45 in the mini auditorium this Thursday. Everyone who is interested needs to be there.
  • On Saturday January 30th, the West Region held their Regional Choir, Orchestra and Band auditions. We in the Performing Arts Department are proud to report that we had two members selected and one alternate. Congratulations to Tim Brown - Regional Choir tenor, Nancy Marshall - Regional Choir soprano alternate, and Noel Washington - Regional Orchestra viola.
  • There will be a very important Key club meeting on Thursday 2/4 at 2:45

Tuesday, February 2

  • Seniors--Please come and pick up your sweatshirt or t-shirt if you pre-ordered one from Ms. Marshall's classroom AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you still would like to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt there are a few extra (including short sleeved t-shirts for $10.00)--so come and get them before they are gone.
  • Calling all freshman, sophomore, and juniors--for the first time you can purchase your own class shirt for $10.00. Each class has their own color, logo and saying. Show your school spirit and stop by Ms. Marshall's classroom to make your t-shirt purchase.
  • Hey Patriots! Theatre club will be meeting today. All Hopeful Thespians must attend to receive Induction info. Also, there will be treats for everyone and games galore! You don't want to miss the excitement! Hope to see you there!
  • The sports video will be shown tomorrow (Wednesday) after school in room B15 at 2:45pm.
  • Tonight is senior year for your boys' varsity basketball team! Come on out and support your 17-3 Patriots and support Tyler, Victor, Corbin, Anthony and Danny as they play their final regular season basketball game against the highly touted Sunnyslope Vikings!! Game time is at 7pm. Hope to see all of you there!!
  • There will be a meeting after school today in Ms. Enk’s Room 225. Be there at 2:45. Everybody is invited to the boys’ basketball game tonight against the Slope Vikings. The girls’ softball team will be holding a 50/50 raffle.
  • All NHS students need to get their money - 15 dollars - for the t-shirt in today to Mr. Yard! And don't forget, we have a meeting tomorrow to finalize the plans.

Monday, February 1

  • Check out the Learning Center room 219, opens each morning 7 am and again after school till 3:30 pm. Not only can we give you assistance with your homework but we can help out your hunger pains with breakfast and a snack. Ask us about the tickets you can earn toward the drawings for great prizes. Drawing held March 10th. See you at the Learning Center--- upstairs room 219
  • Hey, ladies! Softball tryouts are just around the corner, February 8. Make sure you are cleared through the athletic office. You can only tryout if have your clearance cards. There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow, Friday in Enk's room 225. This meeting is only for student who are not currently in a winter sport.
  • Seniors--Please come and pick up your sweatshirt or t-shirt if you pre-ordered one from Ms. Marshall's classroom AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you still would like to purchase a t-shirt or sweatshirt there are a few extra (including short sleeved t-shirts for $10.00)--so come and get them before they are gone.
  • Calling all freshman, sophomore, and juniors--for the first time you can purchase your own class shirt for $10.00. Each class has their own color, logo and saying. Show your school spirit and stop by Ms. Marshall's classroom to make your t-shirt purchase.
  • Hey Patriots! Theatre club will be this Tuesday, February 2nd. All Hopeful Thespians must attend to receive Induction info. Also, there will be treats for everyone and games galore! You don't wanna miss the excitement! Hope to see you there!

1/25-1/29

Friday, January 29

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is TODAY. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • ASU bound seniors: Have you electronically filed your FAFSA forms yet? Sunday, Feb 1, is the deadline for submitting FAFSA in order to be qualified for the Obama Scholars program that is valued over $60,000. See Mrs. Starr today in the new Career Center in Room 229, if you need help. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of having your college education completely paid for.
  • ASU bound seniors: Today is your last day to get last minute help with your FAFSA forms. You need to submit your form electronically before Feb 1, which is Monday, in order to be considered for the $60,000 Obama scholars program. Help will be available in the Career Center, Room 229, during both lunches today.
  • Attention patriots: Did you know that 10.6% of American babies are born prematurely or with birth defects each year? Today is the last day to donate your spare change to March of Dimes to help give these babies a healthy start. The third hour class that raises the most money will win donuts and juice sponsored by the IHS Key Club. Simply look for the purple donation box in your 3rd hour class.
  • Attention all students wanting to try out for baseball this season. Please stop by Mr. Brier's room to sign-up prior to tryouts. Tryouts will begin Monday Feb. 8th at 3:30pm. All participants need to be cleared to tryout through the athletic office.
  • The students at Independence have a rare opportunity to see Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" on our campus, presented by the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival. Their Shakespeare in the Schools Tour 2010 will perform the show on Monday, March 8 at 3:00 p.m. in our Performing Arts Center. The show will last about an hour. This production is available to our students for a very small fee, which covers the group's touring costs. The ticket price is only $3.00. See Mrs. Godfrey in the choir room to sign up!
  • Hey, ladies! Softball tryouts are just around the corner, February 8, a week away. Make sure you are cleared through the athletic office. You can only tryout if have your clearance cards. There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow, Friday in Enk's room 225. This meeting is only for student who are not currently in a winter sport.

Thursday, January 28

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is tomorrow, Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • The representative from the University of Arizona will be on campus today to meet with students who would like more information about AZ’s first university in Tucson. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229 during both lunches.
  • Seniors: Do you have questions about your financial aid forms? Friday, an expert from ASU will be in the Career Center, in Room 229, during both lunches to answer your questions. Remember ASU bound students this form must be submitted by Monday, Feb 1.
  • Attention patriots: Did you know that 10.6% of American babies are born prematurely or with birth defects each year? Donate your spare change to March of Dimes to help give these babies a healthy start. The third hour class that raises the most money will win donuts and juice sponsored by the IHS Key Club. Simply look for the purple donation box in your 3rd hour class.
  • Attention all students wanting to try out for baseball this season. Please stop by Mr. Brier's room to sign-up prior to tryouts. Tryouts will begin Monday Feb. 8th at 3:30pm. All participants need to be cleared to tryout through the athletic office.
  • Attention Key Club members, there will be a short meeting after school at 2:45 in room r-5.
  • The students at Independence have a rare opportunity to see Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" on our campus, presented by the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival. Their Shakespeare in the Schools Tour 2010 will perform the show on Monday, March 8 at 3:00 p.m. in our Performing Arts Center. The show will last about an hour. This production is available to our students for a very small fee, which covers the group's touring costs. The ticket price is only $3.00. See Mrs. Godfrey in the choir room to sign up!
  • National Honors Society members - don't forget to bring your shirt money into Mr. Yard this week!
  • Hey, ladies! Softball tryouts are just around the corner, February 8, a week away. Make sure you are cleared through the athletic office. You can only tryout if have your clearance cards. There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow, Friday in Enk's room 225. This meeting is only for student who are not currently in a winter sport.

Wednesday, January 27

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • ASU bound seniors: Have you electronically filed your FAFSA forms yet? Sunday, Feb 1, is the deadline for submitting FAFSA in order to be qualified for the Obama Scholars program that is valued over $60,000. See Mrs. Starr today in the new Career Center in Room 229, if you need help. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of having your college education completely paid for.
  • The representative from the University of Arizona will be on campus tomorrow to meet with students who would like more information about AZ’s first university in Tucson. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229 during both lunches.
  • Attention patriots: Did you know that 10.6% of American babies are born prematurely or with birth defects each year? Donate your spare change to March of Dimes to help give these babies a healthy start all this week. The third hour class that raises the most money will win donuts and juice sponsored by the IHS Key Club. Simply look for the purple donation box in your 3rd hour class.
  • Attention all students wanting to try out for baseball this season. Please stop by Mr. Brier's room to sign-up prior to tryouts. Tryouts will begin Monday Feb. 8th at 3:30pm. All participants need to be cleared to tryout through the athletic office.
  • The students, faculty and staff at Independence have a rare opportunity to see Shakespeare's "Taming of the Shrew" on our campus, presented by the Tony Award-winning Utah Shakespearean Festival. Their Shakespeare in the Schools Tour 2010 will perform the show on Monday, March 8 at 3:00 p.m. in our Performing Arts Center. The show will last about an hour. This production is available to our students for a very small fee, which covers the group's touring costs. The ticket price is only $3.00. See Mrs. Godfrey in the choir room to sign up!


Tuesday. January 26

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • Seniors: Do you have questions about your financial aid forms? Friday, an expert from ASU will be in the Career Center, in Room 229, during both lunches to answer your questions. Remember ASU bound students this form must be submitted by Monday, Feb 1.
  • Hey Swimmers and Divers. Please remember that there is a brief meeting today in Mr. Hallum's room after school. Also remember that your bowling money is due today. New members are always welcome. We'll see you there.
  • Attention patriots: Did you know that 10.6% of American babies are born prematurely or with birth defects each year? Donate your spare change to March of Dimes to help give these babies a healthy start all this week. The third hour class that raises the most money will win donuts and juice sponsored by the IHS Key Club. Simply look for the purple donation box in your 3rd hour class.
  • Attention all students wanting to try out for baseball this season. Please stop by Mr. Brier's room to sign-up prior to tryouts. Tryouts will begin Monday Feb. 8th at 3:30pm. All participants need to be cleared to tryout through the athletic office.
  • The sports safety video will be shown today after school in Coach Breier's Room, R18, at 2:45 pm. This video is a part of your sports clearance process and must be seen BEFORE coming to Ms. Torquato in the Athletic Office for clearance.
  • Attention Patriots! Your 16-2 and 3rd ranked varsity boys' basketball team has a home game tonight against their arch rival Glendale Cardinals! Come on out and support your boys' as they try to continue a strong season! Game time is at 7pm. Hope to see you there!

Monday, January 25

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • ASU bound Seniors: Have you electronically filed your FAFSA forms yet? Sunday, Feb 1, is the deadline for submitting FAFSA in order to be qualified for the Obama Scholars program that is valued over $60,000. See Mrs. Starr today in the new Career Center in Room 229, if you need help. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of having your college education completely paid for.
  • Hey Swimmers and Divers. Please remember that there is a brief meeting tomorrow in Mr. Hallum's room after school. Also remember that your bowling money is due by then. New members are always welcome. We'll see you there.
  • Attention patriots: Did you know that 10.6% of American babies are born prematurely or with birth defects each year? Donate your spare change to March of Dimes to help give these babies a healthy start all this week. The third hour class that raises the most money will win donuts and juice sponsored by the IHS Key Club. Simply look for the purple donation box in your 3rd hour class.
  • Hey Patriots, is everyone ready for auditions for “You're a Good Man Charlie Brown”? Today we’ll be dancing so get those hips ready. Dress in your dancing gear. Make sure you dress professionally Tuesday and Wednesday for your singing and acting auditions! Break a leg everyone!

1/19-1/22

Friday, January 22

  • Baseball open field is cancelled today.
  • Hey Swimmers and Divers. Please remember that there is a brief meeting Tuesday the 26th in Mr. Hallum's room after school. Also remember that your bowling money is due by then. New members are always welcome. We'll see you there.
  • If you took AIMS this fall, you may pick up your scores from tables in the Mall during both lunches today. This copy is for you and your parents. Look for the tables in the Mall today.
  • Attention Patriots! Both the boys’ and the girls’ basketball games have been cancelled for today and have been rescheduled for Monday, the 25th.
  • Any potential athlete who has not yet seen the sports safety video, it will be shown today after school in Coach Bondeson's Room, 223 at 2:45 p.m. This is a part of your sports clearance process so make plans to see it today!
  • Open court tennis has been cancelled for today, but please go to room 223 immediately after school if you have not seen the sports video that is required to be cleared to play.

Thursday, January 21

  • Seniors: If you failed a class last semester, you need to see your Counselor as soon as possible.
  • Seniors: If you are planning on attending any campus of ASU, you need to be working on your FAFSA forms which need to be filed before Feb 1 in order to be considered for over $60,000 in financial aid. This is not an academic scholarship but solely based on financial need. If your family income is less than $60,000, you qualify & should receive this financial aid. Mrs. Starr in Room 229, the new Career Center, has a guide that will help you with this form.
  • Attention sophomores and juniors: If you are interested in the cosmetology or EMT programs, there will be a meeting today after school in the Media Center with Mr. Lettieri. Please be there on time!
  • Attention Key Club members, there will be a Key Club meeting today at 2:45 in room r-5. Please come and be prepared to discuss the important March of Dimes fund raiser coming up next week. See you at 2:45.
  • Help Patriots! Come to R6 (Ms. Sheets) for the next Patriots in History Club. We have new things to discuss. We hope to see you today at 2:45. Everyone is welcome.

Wednesday, January 20

  • Attention sophomores and juniors: If you are interested in the cosmetology or EMT programs, there will be a meeting tomorrow after school in the Media Center with Mr. Lettieri. Please be there on time!
  • Seniors: If you failed a class last semester, you need to see your Counselor as soon as possible.
  • Seniors: If you are planning on attending any campus of ASU, you need to be working on your FAFSA forms which need to be filed before Feb 1 in order to be considered for over $60,000 in financial aid. This is not an academic scholarship but solely based on financial need. If your family income is less than $60,000, you qualify & should receive this financial aid. Mrs. Starr in Room 229, the new Career Center, has a guide that will help you with this form.
  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.

Tuesday, January 19

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • The representative from AZ State University will be on campus today to meet with students interesting in attending ASU. She can also help with any last minute FAFSA questions. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229, during both lunches.
  • Seniors: If you failed a class last semester, you need to see your Counselor as soon as possible.
  • Seniors: If you are planning on attending any campus of ASU, you need to be working on your FAFSA forms which need to be filed before Feb 1 in order to be considered for over $60,000 in financial aid. This is not an academic scholarship but solely based on financial need. If your family income is less than $60,000, you qualify & should receive this financial aid. Mrs. Starr in Room 229, the new Career Center, has a guide that will help you with this form.
  • Attention anyone interested in auditioning for this year's musical "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown”, there will be a mandatory informational meeting today. You will be receiving audition dates, music sheets, and all other things you'll need. Please attend if you plan on auditioning.
  • Attention sophomores and juniors: If you are interested in the cosmetology or EMT programs, there will be a meeting Thursday after school in the Media Center with Mr. Lettieri. Please be there on time!

1/11-15

Friday, January 15

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • Attention all boys interested in playing tennis this spring! There will be a mandatory meeting today in room B15 at 2:45pm. If you plan on playing tennis this spring you must attend this meeting.
  • There will be a mandatory girls' tennis meeting today immediately after school in Mr. Bondeson's room (Room 223) for any girl interested in playing tennis this year. If you cannot make the meeting, please stop by and talk to me before the end of the day.
  • Today is the last day to donate items to be shipped to our soldiers and airmen who are stationed overseas. Items can be brought to the copy room, or Ms. Cass, Mrs. Milesic or Mrs. Eul's rooms.
  • The representative from Glendale Community College will be on campus today to meet with students interesting in attending GCC. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229, during both lunches.
  • Attention anyone interested in auditioning for this year's musical "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown”, there will be a mandatory informational meeting this coming Tuesday Jan. 19th. You will be receiving audition dates, music sheets, and all other things you'll need. Please attend if you plan on auditioning.

Thursday, January 14

  • Friday is class colors. Freshmen are White, sophomores are Red, juniors are blue and seniors are all out red, white and blue. Friday morning there will be an assembly. After school there will be a pep rally at 2:45 down at the outdoor basketball courts. Stick around after the Hoopcoming Basketball game for the Hoop There It Is Dance. Tickets are only $2! Hope to see you there!
  • There will be a Key Club meeting today at 245 in room R-5. All Key Club members should plan on attending this important meeting.
  • Attention all boys interested in playing tennis this spring! There will be a mandatory meeting tomorrow in room B15 at 2:45pm. If you plan on playing tennis this spring you must attend this meeting.
  • There will be a mandatory girls' tennis meeting this Friday immediately after school in Mr. Bondeson's room (Room 223) for any girl interested in playing tennis this year. If you cannot make the meeting, please stop by and talk to me before the weekend.
  • Attention all swimmers and divers: There will be a brief meeting today after school in Coach Hallum’s room, R 25. Please plan to attend. If you cannot for some reason stop by Coach Hallum’s room to get team information.
  • Friday is the deadline to donate items to be shipped to our soldiers and airmen who are stationed overseas. Items needed include black or green socks, soap, hand sanitizer, toothpaste and toothbrushes, books, pens, paper, envelopes, disposable razors, body wash, hard candy, gum, unscented wet wipes, lip balm, batteries, books and magazines. Items can be brought to the copy room, or Ms. Cass, Mrs. Milesic or Mrs. Eul's rooms.
  • The representative from Glendale Community College will be on campus tomorrow to meet with students interesting in attending GCC. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229, during both lunches.

Wednesday, January 13

  • Thursday is Mismatch Day and Friday is class colors. Freshmen are White, sophomores are Red, juniors are blue and seniors are all out red, white and blue. Friday morning there will be an assembly. After school there will be a pep rally at 2:45 down at the outdoor basketball courts. Stick around after the Hoopcoming Basketball game for the Hoop There It Is Dance. Tickets are only $2! Hope to see you there!
  • There will be a Key Club meeting on Thursday, 1/14 at 245 in room R-5. All Key Club members should plan on attending this important meeting.
  • Attention all boys interested in playing tennis this spring! There will be a mandatory meeting this Friday in room B15 at 2:45pm. If you plan on playing tennis this spring you must attend this meeting.
  • There will be a mandatory girls' tennis meeting this Friday immediately after school in Mr. Bondeson's room (Room 223) for any girl interested in playing tennis this year. If you cannot make the meeting, please stop by and talk to me before the weekend.
  • Attention all swimmers and divers: There will be a brief meeting Thursday after school in Coach Hallum’s room, R 25. Please plan to attend. If you cannot for some reason stop by Coach Hallum’s room to get team information.
  • Spirit line practice for today is canceled. Please be in the PAC building tomorrow at 3pm.
  • Friday is the deadline to donate items to be shipped to our soldiers and airmen who are stationed overseas. Items needed include black or green socks, soap, hand sanitizer, toothpaste and toothbrushes, books, pens, paper, envelopes, disposable razors, body wash, hard candy, gum, unscented wet wipes, lip balm, batteries, books and magazines. Items can be brought to the copy room, or Ms. Cass, Mrs. Milesic or Mrs. Eul's rooms.
  • The representative from the University of Arizona will be on campus today to meet with students who would like more information about the U of A in Tucson. The representative will be in the new Career Center, Room 229 during both lunches

Tuesday, January 12

  • Hey Patriots! This week is Hoopcoming Spirit Week. Today is Crazy Hair Day, Wednesday is Twin Day, Thursday is Mismatch Day and Friday is class colors. Freshmen are White, sophomores are Red, juniors are blue and seniors are all out red, white and blue. Remember to show your spirit, participate in lunch games and dress up all week!
  • Hey everyone!! It’s that time of year, the spring musical is here! This year it's "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" based off the famous Peanuts comic strip. The Musical is open to everyone so if you’re interested please attend theatre club TODAY for more info. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention Spanish Club members, if you are going to the P.F. Chang's Rock n Roll Marathon, you need to pick-up a parental permission slip from Ms. Figueroa today.
  • There will be a Key Club meeting on Thursday, 1/14 at 245 in room R-5. All Key Club members should plan on attending this important meeting.
  • Attention all boys interested in playing tennis this spring! There will be a mandatory meeting this Friday in room B15 at 2:45pm. If you plan on playing tennis this spring you must attend this meeting.
  • There will be a mandatory girls' tennis meeting this Friday immediately after school in Mr. Bondeson's room (Room 223) for any girl interested in playing tennis this year. If you cannot make the meeting, please stop by and talk to me before the weekend.
  • Attention all swimmers and divers: There will be a brief meeting Thursday after school in Coach Hallum’s room, R 25. Please plan to attend. If you cannot for some reason stop by Coach Hallum’s room to get team information.
  • Friday is the deadline to donate items to be shipped to our soldiers and airmen who are stationed overseas. Items needed include black or green socks, soap, hand sanitizer, toothpaste and toothbrushes, books, pens, paper, envelopes, disposable razors, body wash, hard candy, gum, unscented wet wipes, lip balm, batteries, books and magazines. Items can be brought to the copy room, or Ms. Cass, Mrs. Milesic or Mrs. Eul's rooms.

Monday, January 11

  • If you need to make up a class, especially if you are a senior with missing credits, please stop by your counselor’s office to register for online classes. The registration deadline is Friday, January 29. Each semester-long course is $150.
  • The Math Club will meet tomorrow at 7:30 A.M. in Mrs. Eul's room R-19. We will be discussing the soldier item drive as well as the upcoming production of "Calculus- the Musical".
  • Attention all students wanting to try out for baseball this season, there are open field workouts Monday through Friday starting at 3:15. Any student wishing to attend open field needs to fill out a parent permission slip and turn it in to the Athletics office.
  • Hey Patriots! This week is Hoopcoming Spirit Week. Today is Jersey Day, Tuesday is Crazy Hair Day, Wednesday is Twin Day, Thursday is Mismatch Day and Friday is class colors. Freshmen are White, sophomores are Red, juniors are blue and seniors are all out red, white and blue. Remember to show your spirit, participate in lunch games and dress up all week!
  • Hey everyone!! It’s that time of year, the spring musical is here! This year it's "You're A Good Man Charlie Brown" based off the famous Peanuts comic strip. The Musical is open to everyone so if you’re interested please attend theatre club next Tuesday January 12th for more info. Hope to see you there!
  • Attention Spanish Club members, if you are going to the P.F. Chang's Rock n Roll Marathon, you need to pick-up a parental permission slip from Ms. Figueroa by Tuesday.


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