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Wednesday, December 12th

posted Dec 12, 2018, 9:20 AM by Barb Laing

Business Professionals of America is sponsoring the Giving Tree located in the Commons.  All items are being donated to the Veterans Administration.  Please grab a tab and place your purchased items under the tree by Wednesday, December 19.  Help DeWitt BPA with the Michigan State Service Project “Serve Those Who Serve.” (12/17)


There is a Journalism Club meeting during seminar in room 207 (12/12).


****WRITING CENTER CONSULTANTS need your business! Please, bring your writing needs to us in room 207 during seminar any day for help.  We can help you with any stage of writing in any subject. HELP US HELP YOU -- come to the Writing Center in room 207!


SADD Club Our annual candy cane campaign starts this week! We’ll be assembling candy cane messages for the holiday Monday, Wednesday and Friday in room 128 with Mrs. Marble.  All students are welcome! (12/14)


The DeWitt SAGA Club (a Gay-Straight Alliance) is having an open house on Tuesday, December 18 at the DeWitt District Library Annex located in the plaza behind the library from 5:30-7:30. Come for food, drinks, and a variety of fun activities. Bring your friends and family to listen, learn, and share with others who have a common belief to make DeWitt Public Schools and the community of DeWitt a safer and more inclusive place for all to live and learn. (12/14)


Reminder that the Return a Book Drive is still accepting gently used books.  You may drop off your books during lunch or at the collection bin located in the DeWitt Public Library, this week. Don’t forget to put your name on the books that you donate so your seminar class will get credit. The seminar class with the most donated books so far are: 1st place-Griffes with 130 books, 2nd-Rios with 119 books and 3rd-Williams with 44 books. It is not too late to donate books to help your seminar class win either a donut or pizza party. Any questions see Brina Crown or Macy Schafer. (12/14)


There is a mandatory meeting TODAY during Seminar for all students going on the choir New York trip. We will be signing up for the Remind app, chaperone groups, and hotel rooms. Please come to the choir room right after announcements. (12/12)


Art Club has a meeting today during seminar in Ms. Schultz’s room.  This is an important one, so come have your voice heard! (12/12)


Question:  What do Eminem, Jay-Z, Grandmaster Flash, the Sugar Hill Gang, Shakespeare, and Hayden Rhodabeck all have in common? They are poets who possess the unique ability to have words jump off the page and into the ears of their listeners. They make real connections, provoke emotions, and tell stories of tragedy and triumph. They play with words for sport and arrange them in such a way that is both meaningful and memorable. Don't believe me...come to the Poetry Slam and hear for yourself. The event gets underway at 6:00 p.m. on  Wednesday, December 19th in The Idea Hive. Seating is limited so get there a little early to enjoy the snacks, enjoy the company, and enjoy the talent of your fellow creatives.(12/12)


All students interested in participating in the Improv Troupe should make plans to stop in Mr. Croley's room on Friday for a meeting and to learn more about a couple of upcoming opportunities. (12/12)


All newly inducted NHS members are expected to attend a brief meeting in Mr. Croley's room this Friday during Seminar. (12/14)


VIDEO GAME CLUB: Party on Friday … sign up today… Playstation VR now available at the parties… for more info come to the booth during lunch.(12/14)


The Outdoor Adventure Club is hosting a hot dog cookout this Thursday night from 6-8.  See Mr. Acre or Club President Danni Yensen if you would like to attend.


Japanese Club Members:  We will meet next Monday during seminar in Lab 1 to discuss the holiday event.  (12/17)


Student Services

EISD Field Trip: Sophomores and Juniors if you are seriously interested in a Career Prep Program at LCC’s West Campus, please come down to Student Services to sign up. You will need to choose 3 programs of your choice to visit.  The field trip is Dec. 18th 8:30-11. Any questions please see your counselor.


Athletics / Recognitions

The Girls Varsity Basketball team brought home a tough 55-43 road victory at Ann Arbor Pioneer last night, led by Annie McIntosh’s career-high 27 points.  Sophomore Isabelle Gilmore dished out 6 assists. Sophomore Hannah Kurncz chipped in with 11 points and Maddie Petersen scored 10 points for the Panthers, who travel to rival East Lansing for an important CAAC-Blue contest on Friday night. Come on out and show your support! (12/12)

 

There is a football meeting this Friday, December 14th in the presentation room for all varsity and JV boys planning on playing football next fall.



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