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Monday, June 7

posted Jun 7, 2017, 7:49 AM by Barb Laing

FRESHMAN CLASS of 2020: Please check your gapps account for a very important email message regarding prom planning for 2019. If you are unable to get to the survey you can come to Mrs. Blake’s room 132 at some point today to take the survey. Please do not come during seminar.

 

What do Steve Carell, Elijah Whitman, Tina Fey, Meri Kolemainen, Tim Meadows, and Daisy Manzer all have in common? ....They've all studied sketch comedy and improv at the famous Second City in Chicago. Why is this significant you ask?....  Because tonight at 7:30 there is an improvisation throw down in the auditorium and your invited. Why should you go? Because you deserve a good laugh, because you look good today, because you need a little break from the books, and most of all.... because if you don't, Dillion Grey will remained locked up in an undisclosed location without food or water for the entire summer. ---So come see a hilarious show celebrating the art of improv! Bring a friend or come alone and make one. Laughter is the universal language and tonight we celebrate it. -- Tickets are only $5 and will be available at the door. Doors open at 7:15.  

 

Attention Next Year AP Literature Students: If you missed the meeting on Monday, please make sure to stop by Mrs. Anderson’s room - 221 before the end of the week to get your summer reading assignments!

 

There are still a few extra yearbooks remaining that are now on sale. If you would like to purchase a book please see Mr. Croley or Mrs. Laing or Mrs. Boyle as soon as possible. Once they are gone they're gone so act quickly to ensure you get one.

 

Athletics / Recognitions

Cross Country: If you are interested in joining the guys cross country team next fall there will be an informational meeting Wednesday during Seminar in Mr. Byars’ room.  

 

Girls Cross Country:  There will be a 2017 Girls Cross Country meeting held this Thursday, June 8th, at 6:00p.m. in the high school Presentation Room.  


Monday, June 5

posted Jun 5, 2017, 11:18 AM by Barb Laing

Last chance to return library books before late notice fines are sent home. If you still have an overdue library book please return it today! Again, return your library books or pay the fine. If you can not find your book or if you have any question see Mrs. Sheridan by the end of the day. 6/5)

 

Interested in being a Quiz Bowler next year? There will be an important meeting during seminar today in Mr. Servis’ room.  Please make every effort to attend. (6/5)  

 

Attention Next Year AP Lang Students:  There will be an informational meeting on MONDAY, JUNE 5th during seminar in the cafeteria.  You will receive your summer reading information at this time. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Caler before you leave for the summer to get the information. (6/5)

 

Tonight and Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium there will be a comedy throw down as the "Act As If " Improv Troupe will battle for laughs in a show completely improvised. The interactive show will follow the format of Comedy Sportz and will engage the audience on many levels. Many of the students performing have been studying improvisation throughout the year and have honed their skills in Chicago at Comedy Sportz and at the famed Second City Training Center. All former, current, and future Acting students are highly encouraged to attend as much of the evening will feature similar techniques and skill sets found in the Acting I and II classes.  If you're looking for a little relief of the end of the year blues this show has the cure. It's been a long year....you deserve a good laugh. Come live, laugh, and love the fact there are only a few more days of school remaining. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased at the door.

 

Attention Next Year AP Literature Students: If you missed the meeting on Monday, please make sure to stop by Mrs. Anderson’s room - 221 before the end of the week to get your summer reading assignments!

 

There are still a few extra yearbooks remaining that are now on sale. If you would like to purchase a book please see Mr. Croley or Mrs. Laing or Mrs. Boyle as soon as possible. Once they are gone they're gone so act quickly to ensure you get one.

 


Friday, June 2

posted Jun 2, 2017, 9:10 AM by Barb Laing

Just a reminder that all library books should have been returned or paid for as of last week. If you still have an overdue library book please return it today! Again, return your library books or pay the fine. If you can not find your book or if you have any question see Mrs. Sheridan by the end of the day. 6/2)

 

Interested in being a Quiz Bowler next year? There will be an important meeting during seminar today in Mr. Servis’ room.  Please make every effort to attend. (6/5)  

 

Attention Next Year AP Lang Students:  There will be an informational meeting on MONDAY, JUNE 5th during seminar in the cafeteria.  You will receive your summer reading information at this time. If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Caler before you leave for the summer to get the information. (6/5)

 

Attention Next Year AP Literature Students: There will be an information meeting on MONDAY, JUNE 5th during seminar in the presentation room.  You will receive your summer reading information at this time and join your assigned google classroom.  If you are unable to attend, please see Mrs. Anderson before you leave for the summer to get the required information.  (6/5)

 

Any student who signed up for an Acting I or II class next year you should head down to Mr. Croley's room today during Seminar for a meeting. Also, the cast members from Stand and Deliver and students who signed up for the Creative Leadership class should also plan on attending as well.

 

There are still a few extra yearbooks remaining that are now on sale. If you would like to purchase a book please see Mr. Croley or Mrs. Laing or Mrs. Boyle as soon as possible. Once they are gone they're gone so act quickly to ensure you get one.

 

 

 

Student Services

 

Athletics / Recognitions

 

Attention any boys and girls interested in playing golf next school year  Please meet Coach K in the Presentation room today after announcements for a meeting about our next year.  Again, golfers have a meeting in presentation room today. (6/2)


Monday, May 22

posted May 22, 2017, 9:26 AM by Barb Laing

Culinary Club FINAL MEETING: will be May 24 during Seminar in room 207. See you there!


Marching Band: Marching Band Rehearsal for Memorial Day Parade will be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until May 26! Remember your grade is affected by your attendance so thanks for being responsible!


Attention all students signed up for an Acting Class or Creative Leadership next year -- There will be an important meeting today during Seminar in Mr. Croley's room. Please make every effort to attend.  


Attention Freshmen! Class Officers will be collecting dues this week!  Freshmen class dues are beginning to be collected this week.  You can turn in your class dues to an officer at the Freshmen class table at lunch.  Dues are $10 per year or $35 for all four years if you pay the entire amount this year! We will be collecting at lunches starting today through next Friday, May 26.  After that you will need to see Mrs. Anderson in room 221.  You should be receiving a short letter regarding dues in seminar.  Thank you.


Students please take a moment to complete the Diversity Summit Registration today during seminar and forward your email receipt to your seminar teacher for verification.  If you were able to submit and received an email receipt you DO NOT need to fill out the Diversity Summit Registration #2.  


Friday, May 19

posted May 19, 2017, 12:10 PM by Barb Laing

Culinary Club FINAL MEETING: will be May 24 during Seminar in room 207. See you there!


LINKS There will be a LINKS meeting in Ms. Huff’s room today. We are passing out information for our end of the year field trip. All students who have been involved in LINKS throughout the year are encouraged to attend.


Marching Band: Marching Band Rehearsal for Memorial Day Parade begins Monday, May 15 during seminar and will be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until May 26! Remember your grade is affected by your attendance so thanks for being responsible!


Attention Freshmen! Class Officers will be collecting dues this week!  Freshmen class dues are beginning to be collected this week and next.  You can turn in your class dues to an officer at the Freshmen class table at lunch.  Dues are $10 per year or $35 for all four years if you pay the entire amount this year! We will be collecting at lunches starting today through next Friday, May 26.  After that you will need to see Mrs. Anderson in room 221.  You should be receiving a short letter regarding dues in seminar.  Thank you.


DHS Pops Concert is this weekend! We hope to see you there. Tickets are still available at www.dewittchoirs.org

Student Services


Athletics / Recognitions


Congratulations to the DeWitt Math Team consisting of sophomores Drew Yesmunt and Drew Keisling and freshmen Kayla Carpenter and Kelly Cochrane for bringing home a third place trophy from the Moore Mathematics Competition at Albion College last Friday.


Any Varsity Football player who raised money for the Bowl-a-thon needs to stop by Coach Wilson’s Room (220) at some point throughout the week to pick up the T-shirts that were ordered.


Monday, May 15

posted May 15, 2017, 7:45 AM by Barb Laing

Culinary Club FINAL MEETING: will be May 24 during Seminar in room 207. See you there!


Marching Band: Marching Band Rehearsal for Memorial Day Parade begins Monday, May 15 during seminar and will be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until May 26! Remember your grade is affected by your attendance so thanks for being responsible!


Attention Freshmen! Class Officers will be collecting dues this week!  Freshmen class dues are beginning to be collected this week and next.  You can turn in your class dues to an officer at the Freshmen class table at lunch.  Dues are $10 per year or $35 for all four years if you pay the entire amount this year! We will be collecting at lunches starting today through next Friday, May 26.  After that you will need to see Mrs. Anderson in room 221.  You should be receiving a short letter regarding dues in seminar.  Thank you.


Japanese Club Members:  We will meet on Wednesday, May 17th in sensei’s room during seminar to talk about next year and the last event.  


Monday, May 1

posted May 1, 2017, 11:36 AM by Barb Laing

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  PROM IS MAY 6TH ON THE MICHIGAN PRINCESS RIVERBOAT.  TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE DURING BOTH LUNCHES BEGINNING TODAY THRU MAY 3RD.  TICKETS ARE $40 EACH AND COVER THE COST OF POST PROM. If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, you must have the guest form signed by administration BEFORE you can buy your prom ticket.  Guest forms are in the office!  YOU CANNOT BUY TICKETS TO PROM AFTER LUNCH ON WEDNESDAY AS THE BOAT NEEDS A FINAL COUNT BY WEDNESDAY!!! GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!!!!!!!!!! IF YOU ARE BRINGING A GUEST FROM ANOTHER SCHOOL THEY MUST HAVE THEIR ID WITH THEM!!!


There will be a CULINARY CLUB meeting May 3rd during seminar.


Post Prom Come join the PAJAMA PARTY after prom!  Royal Scot, 11-3:30 A.M., included in your prom ticket purchase.  If you are a Junior or Senior NOT going to prom, you can purchase a post prom ticket for $15, starting today during lunch.  You may also bring a non-dewitt guest, just complete the GOLD guest request form before buying your ticket.  Forms are on the counter in the main office.  As always, fun times are promised!  Great food, unlimited bowling & pool, karaoke with DJ Dela, henna and airbrush tattoo, flipbook photo station, caricature artist, and thousands of dollars of prizes for you to win!

(Read both through 5/3)


LAST DAY FOR PROM TICKET SALES WILL BE WEDNESDAY,MAY 3


Marching Band: Only freshman rehearsal tonight through May 17, everyone after that. ALSO Marching Band Rehearsal for Memorial Day Parade begins Monday, May 15 during seminar and will be every Monday, Wednesday, Friday until May 26! Remember your grade is affected by your attendance so thanks for being responsible!


FCCLA: There is a meeting TODAY Monday after school. PLease RSVP via remind so Mrs.Blake knows how much pizza to get! See you Monday (5/1)


Gentlemen of Dewitt: Go to Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your Prom Tuxedo needs!  They offer the best styles and prices you’ll find!  PLUS, Rehmann’s is donating $5 to Post Prom for each DeWitt tuxedo rented!!!    (Read through May 3rd)


The Multicultural Student Union and PALS have put together a week of Kindness!! Starting Monday, May 1st, we will be hosting a number of events throughout the week.  Friday will be World Food Day! If you are interested in participating  please sign up at lunch May 1st through the 3rd.



Student Services

Students taking an AP Exam in May, there will be pre administration activities today during seminar in the Presentation Room.

If you are only taking an AP LATE exam, you do not need to attend this pre-administration session - you will be doing this at a different time. The remainder of the AP exam fee is due before you take the test.

Any Senior that has picked up the VFW Scholarship application, the application is due by Wednesday. Turn in your application to Student Services.

Seniors: DHS will be officially participating in Career and College Decision Day Monday May 1. We want all seniors to celebrate and recognize the pathway they have chosen by wearing spirit wear representing their institution, branch of service, training school of choice, etc. The Teachers will also participate. To encourage participation there is a competition nationally and statewide. To participate, students must tweet or snap-chat a picture or a short video indicating their decision. Submissions have until May 15 to post and tag. #Collegiance and #MIdecisionday. (4-29)


Athletics / Recognitions


Softball: Saturday, the Varsity softball team finished runner-up in the Larry Baird Softball Classic by defeating LCC 16 to1 and falling to Charlotte 5 to 0.  In game one, Nikki Willard was outstanding on the mound, fanning 10 batters on only 3 hits.  Although it was a scoreless game through 4 innings, the panther defense struggled while the bats went cold following 6 hits early on.  In game two, the panthers erupted for 16 runs on 16 hits led by Kilee “Sticks” Way-Walton who went 3 for 4 with a homerun and 4 RBIs.  Ashleigh Armstrong, Nicole Villarreal, and Paige Maltby also contributed hits and RBIs to the panther effort.  The panthers next travel to Lakewood tomorrow for a showdown with the 15 and 1 vikings.


Sophia Rios competed at the Level 9 Eastern National Gymnastics Championships this past weekend in Lansing.  Congratulations on taking first place in the All-Around for the Senior 1 age division.  In addition, Sophia tied for first place on the Balance Beam event.  Way to go, Sophia.  Good luck to Chloe Bellmore and Tristan Brown as they compete at the Level 10 National Gymnastics Championships in Indianapolis this weekend. (May 3)


Monday, April 24

posted Apr 24, 2017, 11:01 AM by Barb Laing

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  PROM IS MAY 6TH ON THE MICHIGAN PRINCESS RIVERBOAT.  TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE DURING BOTH LUNCHES BEGINNING TODAY THRU MAY 3RD.  TICKETS ARE $40 EACH AND COVER THE COST OF POST PROM. If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, you must have the guest form signed by administration BEFORE you can buy your prom ticket.  Guest forms are in the office!


There will be a NHS meeting today during Pride for all students participating in the "Day of Service" --All students should attend as details about tomorrow will be discussed.


Post Prom Come join the PAJAMA PARTY after prom!  Royal Scot, 11-3:30 A.M., included in your prom ticket purchase.  If you are a Junior or Senior NOT going to prom, you can purchase a post prom ticket for $15, starting today during lunch.  You may also bring a non-dewitt guest, just complete the GOLD guest request form before buying your ticket.  Forms are on the counter in the main office.  As always, fun times are promised!  Great food, unlimited bowling & pool, karaoke with DJ Dela, henna and airbrush tattoo, flipbook photo station, caricature artist, and thousands of dollars of prizes for you to win!

(Read both through 5/3)


SPANISH CLUB:

We have a meeting TODAY in Mrs. Marble’s room during seminar. Hope to see you there after these announcements.


MRS. MARBLE’S 3RD BLOCK SPANISH 2 STUDENTS:

We have FIRST LUNCH this week. Please go to lunch right after seminar and then report to class. ¡Gracias!


CAN DRIVE:

Boxes have been delivered to your seminar for the City of Lansing Rescue Mission Can Food Drive! Reminder: This is non-perishable canned food, NOT pop cans. The first 5 seminars to reach 50 cans will be #BLESSED with FREE DONUTS in addition to helping the less fortunate in the Lansing community! (Read until 4/28)


Attention All NHS Members interested in 3 Service Hours! Mr. Palmer and Mr. Delaney could use up to 8 students to help from 3PM until 6PM today, April 24th to help supervise their annual after school 3 on 3 basketball tournament. If you are interested please call and leave a message with Mr. Delaney at 668-3332 or send him an email at: Delaneyb@dewittschools.net. The tournament is a lot of fun and we would love to have more High School Help than we have had in the past! (4/24)


Gentlemen of Dewitt: Go to Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your Prom Tuxedo needs!  They offer the best styles and prices you’ll find!  PLUS, Rehmann’s is donating $5 to Post Prom for each DeWitt tuxedo rented!!!    (Read through May 3rd)


Artwork to be picked up: Those of you who have taken an art class with Ms. Schultz at any point through the school year so far, your artwork is ready to be picked up. Please stop by the ceramics room as soon as possible. (4/21-4/28)


Lansing Maker Faire: Any students in need of community service hours or who are interested in volunteering to help the Lansing Maker Faire on Saturday: April 29 and Sunday April 30 should see Mr. LaFay room #205. The Lansing Maker Faire will be held at the Meridian Mall and is a fun event that features Lansing area inventors’ inventions; makers who build awesome stuff; the work of robotics organizations, and even a robot prom! This is one event you do not want to miss. (4/12- 4/28)


All Percussionists/Drummers who will be in marching band next fall need to meet with Mr. Norman at Seminar today.  (4/21)


Toronto Choir Rehearsal TODAY during Seminar. If you do not attend these rehearsals you will not be allowed to sing while on the trip (4/24).


Music Man Auditions are TODAY! Some scheduled times have been changed - please check the choir room door for your audition time and come early! All auditions will take place in the Choir Room. (4/24)


FCCLA: There will be a general membership seminar meeting next Monday (read through 4/24)

Student Services

Students taking an AP Exam in May, there will be pre administration activities today during seminar in the Presentation Room.

If you are only taking an AP LATE exam, you do not need to attend this pre-administration session - you will be doing this at a different time. The remainder of the AP exam fee is due before you take the test.

Any Senior that has picked up the VFW Scholarship application, the application is due by Wednesday. Turn in your application to Student Services.


Athletics / Recognitions

Over the weekend the Varsity Quiz Bowl Team had a terrific tournament finishing in 5th place in the Class A State Championships!  The all-senior team consisted of co-captain Kristen Brennan, co-captain Ian Robinson, Abby Seeger, Alex Hostetler, Jordan Pitman, and Marissa Boynton.  In addition, Ian Robinson was honored by being named first team all-state! (4/24)


On Saturday the JV softball team were the champions of the Eaton Rapids JV softball invitational by beating Harper Creek 19-0 and Eaton Rapids 3-1 in the championship.  Paige Maltby pitched both games for the Panthers giving up only 1 run and ending the day with 24 strikeouts!  Anna Lowes led the offense going 5 for 7 hitting a double, a triple and earning 4 RBIs, while Paige Rush went 4 for 8 and Karly Rothwell went 3 for 6 with 2 RBIs and 2 doubles. Great Job ladies! The JV Panthers start league play on Tuesday at Mason. (4/24)


Mens Track Team Meeting in Mr. Acre’s room right after school today.


Friday, April 21

posted Apr 21, 2017, 10:22 AM by Barb Laing

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  PROM IS MAY 6TH ON THE MICHIGAN PRINCESS RIVERBOAT.  TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE DURING BOTH LUNCHES BEGINNING APRIL 24TH THRU MAY 3RD.  TICKETS ARE $40 EACH AND COVER THE COST OF POST PROM. If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, you must have the guest form signed by administration BEFORE you can buy your prom ticket.  Guest forms are in the office!


Post Prom Come join the party after prom!  Royal Scot, 11-3:30 A.M., included in your prom ticket purchase.  If you are a Junior or Senior NOT going to prom, you can purchase a post prom ticket for $15.  You may also bring a non-dewitt guest, just complete the GOLD guest request form before buying your ticket.  Forms are on the counter in the main office.  As always, fun times are promised!  Great food, extra events, unlimited bowling & pool, and thousands of dollars of prizes for you to win!

(Read both through 5/3)


ATTENTION SENIORS:

TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO SIGN YOUR SENIOR T-SHIRT!!!  If you have not paid your dues, please see Mrs. Preston or Mrs. Kurncz.  You will be ordering your t-shirt size when you sign.


CAN DRIVE:

Boxes have been delivered to your seminar for the City of Lansing Rescue Mission Can Drive! Reminder: This is non-perishable canned food, NOT pop cans. The first 5 seminars to reach 50 cans will be #BLESSED with FREE DONUTS in addition to helping the less fortunate in the Lansing community! (Read until 4/28)


Attention All NHS Members interested in 3 Service Hours! Mr. Palmer and Mr. Delaney could use up to 8 students to help from 3PM until 6PM on Monday, April 24th to help supervise their annual after school 3 on 3 basketball tournament. If you are interested please call and leave a message with Mr. Delaney at 668-3332 or send him an email at: Delaneyb@dewittschools.net. The tournament is a lot of fun and we would love to have more High School Help than we have had in the past! (4/24)


Gentlemen of Dewitt: Go to Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your Prom Tuxedo needs!  They offer the best styles and prices you’ll find!  PLUS, Rehmann’s is donating $5 to Post Prom for each DeWitt tuxedo rented!!!    (Read through May 3rd)


Artwork to be picked up: Those of you who have taken an art class with Ms. Schultz at any point through the school year so far, your artwork is ready to be picked up. Please stop by the ceramics room as soon as possible. (4/21-4/28)


Lansing Maker Faire: Any students in need of community service hours or who are interested in volunteering to help the Lansing Maker Faire on Saturday: April 29 and Sunday April 30 should see Mr. LaFay room #205. The Lansing Maker Faire will be held at the Meridian Mall and is a fun event that features Lansing area inventors’ inventions; makers who build awesome stuff; the work of robotics organizations, and even a robot prom! This is one event you do not want to miss. (4/12- 4/28)


All Percussionists/Drummers who will be in marching band next fall need to meet with Mr. Norman at Seminar today.  (4/21)


Toronto Choir Rehearsal TODAY during Seminar. If you do not attend these rehearsals you will not be allowed to sing while on the trip (4/21).


Music Man Auditions are coming up on Monday! Some scheduled times have been changed - please check the choir room door for your audition time and come early! All auditions will take place in the Choir Room. (4/21, 4/24)


DeWitt Creativity Group thanks Student Government members for their work around the theme of water and its environmental impact. Also, the Delta Dental Water Bottle Fillers are greatly appreciated by staff and students alike. Great job Student Government! (4/17, 4/19, 4/21).


Japanese Club Members:  We will have a meeting today in the Library Lab during seminar.   (4/21)


FCCLA: Sara Sweeny, Allie Hegerfeld, Maddie Raynor and Ameya Anderson need to see Mrs. Blake today FRIDAY during seminar. (only today 4/21)

There will be a general membership seminar meeting next Monday (read through 4/24)


Student Services


Any Student that has not picked up their Academic Hall of Fame award can do so now.  Certificates can be picked up from your Seminar teacher. Letters and pins can be picked up in Student Services.

Students taking an AP Exam in May, there will be pre administration activities today during seminar in the Presentation Room.

If you are only taking an AP LATE exam, you do not need to attend this pre-administration session - you will be doing this at a different time.



Athletics / Recognitions


All football players who are signed up for the Clinton County Clean-up this week Saturday need to bring their release form to Coach Wilson by the end of this week.  He will also provide additional information that you will need.  If you do not have a copy of the release form, please stop by and get one from him. (4/17-4/21)


Girls interested in playing JV or Varsity basketball next year: Please get your Ferris, CMU and Northwood Shoot-out money turned in as soon as possible, so that we can make plans for June! Money can be turned in to Coach McCullen in Room 233. (4/21)

Congratulations go out to the top performers in the DeWitt  Math League this year.  The freshman champion was Kayla Carpenter, followed by Justus Holben, Josh Taft, Kelly Cochrane, Sydney Foster, and Nick Robinson.  The sophomore champion was Drew Keisling followed by Drew Yesmunt, Hannah Hutchinson, and Sydney Mills.  The juniors were lead by Zachary Matson, followed by Jacob Ayriss, Emma Breukink, and Stephanie Robinson.  Leading a strong performance by the seniors was Ian Robinson, followed by Alex Hostetler, Marissa Boynton, Brendan Kennedy, and Dylan Beck.


Monday, April 17

posted Apr 17, 2017, 9:22 AM by Barb Laing

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:  PROM IS MAY 6TH ON THE MICHIGAN PRINCESS RIVERBOAT.  TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE DURING BOTH LUNCHES BEGINNING APRIL 24TH THRU MAY 3RD.  TICKETS ARE $40 EACH AND COVER THE COST OF POST PROM. If you plan on bringing a guest from another school, you must have the guest form signed by administration BEFORE you can buy your prom ticket.  Guest forms are in the office!

Post Prom Come join the party after prom!  Royal Scot, 11-3:30 A.M., included in your prom ticket purchase.  If you are a Junior or Senior NOT going to prom, you can purchase a post prom ticket for $15.  You may also bring a non-dewitt guest, just complete the GOLD guest request form before buying your ticket.  Forms are on the counter in the main office.  As always, fun times are promised!  Great food, extra events, unlimited bowling & pool, and thousands of dollars of prizes for you to win!

(Read both through 5/3)


ATTENTION SENIORS:

You will be able to start signing your class shirt at both lunches this week, starting TODAY.  If you have not paid your dues, please see Mrs. Preston or Mrs. Kurncz.  You will be ordering your t-shirt size when you sign.


CAN DRIVE:

Boxes will be delivered to your seminar for the City of Lansing Rescue Mission Can Drive! The first 5 seminars to reach 50 cans will be #BLESSED with DONUTS in addition to helping the less fortunate in the Lansing community! (Read until 4/28)


Today there will be an important meeting in Mr. Croley's room for all NHS members. Please come down following attendance as we will be discussing five important service projects as well as the Day of Service and Relay for Life. (4/17)


All students attending the Chicago Theater trip should report to Mr. Croley's room for a meeting and a few friendly reminders.It is vital you come down today during Pride as important details will be discussed. (4/17)


Gentlemen of Dewitt: Go to Rehmann’s in St. Johns for your Prom Tuxedo needs!  They offer the best styles and prices you’ll find!  PLUS, Rehmann’s is donating $5 to Post Prom for each DeWitt tuxedo rented!!!    (Read through May 3rd)


Lansing Maker Faire: Any students in need of community service hours or who are interested in volunteering to help the Lansing Maker Faire on Saturday: April 29 and Sunday April 30 should see Mr. LaFay room #205. The Lansing Maker Faire will be held at the Meridian Mall and is a fun event that features Lansing area inventors’ inventions; makers who build awesome stuff; the work of robotics organizations, and even a robot prom! This is one event you do not want to miss. (4/12- 4/28)


All Percussionists/Drummers who will be in marching band next fall need to meet with Mr. Norman at Seminar Friday, April 21.  (4/21)


Toronto Choir Rehearsal today and Friday during Seminar. If you do not attend these rehearsals you will not be allowed to sing while on the trip (4/17).


DeWitt Creativity Group thanks Student Government members for their work around the theme of water and its environmental impact. Also, the Delta Dental Water Filters are greatly appreciated by staff and students alike. Great job Student Government! (4/17, 4/19, 4/21).



Student Services


Any Student that has not picked up their Academic Hall of Fame award can do so now.  Certificates can be picked up from your Seminar teacher. Letters and pins can be picked up in Student Services.

Students taking an AP Exam in May, there will be pre administration activities on the following dates during seminar:

Monday, April 17 - for last names A-K
Thursday, April 20 - for last names L-S
Friday, April 21 - for last names T-Z

Please try to attend the session that pertains to your last name.  
If you are only taking an AP LATE exam, you do not need to attend this pre-administration session - you will be doing this at a different time.


Athletics / Recognitions


All football players who are signed up for the Clinton County Clean-up this week Saturday need to bring their release form to Coach Wilson by the end of this week.  He will also provide additional information that you will need.  If you do not have a copy of the release form, please stop by and get one from him. (4/17-4/21)


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