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Wednesday, December 5

posted Dec 5, 2018, 9:31 AM by Barb Laing

Book Club: We are reading It’s Kind of a Funny Story. Mr. B still has a copy left if interested. We will meet Thursday Dec. 13th at Redeemer Church at 5pm to discuss the book. See Mr. Battaglia with questions. (12/10)


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)


Have too many books on your bookshelves or are you just looking to get rid of those childhood books just taking up space. Well, we have some great news for you! The Return a Book Service Project is taking donations of any gently used books. We are looking for books that would be appropriate for grades K-8th from December 10th through December 14th. You may drop off your books during lunch and the seminar with the most returned books could win! The winning seminar class will win either a Donut or Pizza Party. Any questions see Brina Crown. (12/14)


Attention Japanese club Members:  We are having another meeting today  during seminar in Lab 1 to discuss this month’s event.  (12/5)


Today there is an important meeting in Mr. Croley's room during Seminar for all students attending the NHS Induction Ceremony this Thursday. Two year NHS members do not have to attend unless you are participating in the evening's activities or part of the Induction Ceremony Team.


PRIDE Alliance meeting Friday: Any and all students interested in participating in the Pride Alliance should plan on meeting in Mr. Croley's room this Friday for a meeting to review and share concepts, ideas, and initiatives. (12-07)


There is a mandatory meeting on Wednesday, December 12th 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)


The Creative Writing class would like to invite you to the upcoming Poetry Slam on Wednesday, December 19th at 6:00 p.m.  Refreshments will be served and the vibe will be positive. Come share poetry, creative short stories, or anything else creative. If you don't have an original work we encourage you to simply come out and listen and support the courageous and vulnerable willing to take the stage. The Poetry Slam will take place in Mr. Croley's room a.k.a. "The Idea Hive" and the festivities will get underway at 6:00. Mark your calendars! (read today and next M and W)



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

 

Congratulations to Andrew Ashton, Ally Gilbreath, Gabe Pitman, Juan Rodriguez II, and Brooklyn Wandle on their performance at the Region A Honors Choir on Saturday. Andrew, Ally, Gabe, and Juan will be moving on to the State Honors Choir in January!


The Girls Varsity Basketball team opened up the season with a 54-32 victory over Haslett on Tuesday night. Annie McIntosh and Maddie Petersen each scored 13 points to lead a balanced attack. Lily Stephan had a team-high 7 rebounds and Isabelle Gilmore dished out 4 assists. (12/5)


There will be a 2019 Girls Track meeting held this Friday, Dec 7, at 2:45 pm in Mrs. Perez's room.


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