North Lee Elementary needs volunteers for their Ram Jam, October 24th from 4-9 p.m. If you can help out, please come and signup in the Media Center.
Hopewell Elementary Fall Festival is Saturday, November 8 from 11:00am-2:00pm. They need volunteers. If you would like to earn service hours, come by and sign up with Mrs. Black in the main office.
Teachers and Students – Tomorrow is Volley for a Cure T-Shirt Day. We are encouraging everyone to wear their gray Volley for a Cure t-shirts in support of Pink Week and breast cancer awareness. Teachers, don’t forget you can wear jeans tomorrow for $5. See Ms. Brady if you are interested.
Volley For A Cure t-shirts will be on sale for $5.00 this week in the cafeteria.
If you purchased a yearbook last year and would like a supplement, please come to G110 before or after class to pick one up.
Eight Walker Valley students went to Austin East High School for a speech and debate tournament. The following students were awarded trophies: Jacqueline Rush-1st in Prose, Autumn Lester-4th in Impromptu, and Breanna Tucker-6th in Storytelling.
Any senior who would like their baby picture in the yearbook, they are due by October 31st. Also, senior quotes are due October 31st to Mrs. Gober in G110.
Yearbooks are now on sale. See flyers throughout the school for details. Order yours now!
10th and 11th grade students interested in applying for Governor’s School this Summer need to stop by Guidance to see Ms. McClanahan or Mrs. Akiona by Nov. 14. Students may go to this website http://tn.gov/education/govschools/ to print off an application. All of these have a postmark date of Dec. 6 and they must be returned to Guidance to be mailed from here by this date. Areas available are: School for Agricultural Science (postmark date 12/1/14), School for Business and IT Leadership, School for Computational Physics, School for Emerging Technologies, School for Engineering, School for Humanities, School for International Studies, School for Prospective Teachers, School for the Sciences, School for Scientific Exploration of Tennessee Heritage, and School for Scientific Models and Data Analysis.
Tomorrow evening, October 21, there will be an informational meeting in CL3 concerning a student trip to Broadway! Anyone interested needs to bring parents/guardians to the meeting. The meeting will start at 5:45. If any questions, see Mrs. Wright.
Seniors, if you are interested in attending Cleveland State Community College after you graduate, or if you still need to sign up for the Tennessee Promise, there will be representatives here to talk to you on Monday, October 20 during CCRT. Please sign up for this session with Cleveland State and get a pass in Guidance.
The date for all Oceanography Club applications, references and fees has been moved back to Tuesday, October 28th. If you missed the first meeting and you need a packet, see Mrs. Swafford in B214.
Students, if you signed up to hear Cleveland State today, you need to report to the media center during CCRT. Attendance will be taken. Teachers, there was a list of these students emailed to you from Mrs. DelBonis, and students should also have a pass for this session.
If you have a veteran in your life you would like to honor at a Veteran’s Day luncheon, please see Ms. Pickens in CL5 or come by the table in the cafeteria.
Mu Alpha Theta meets in G109 and RITV meets in G115, and National Honor Society meets in the auditorium today during CCRT. All outstanding dues must be paid. We will be sharing information about our upcoming food drive.