Students who were unable to attend the informational meeting for the trip to Spain, Portugal and France but are still interested in enrolling need to see Mrs. Picchiottino in G212 to pick up an itinerary and enrollment application. Don’t forget that September 30th is the deadline to receive a $200 early enrollment discount. Students must sign up prior to that date to be eligible. The winner of the $100 Amazon gift card will be announced in early October.
Anyone who signed up to work on It’s a Wonderful Life need to have the forms turned in this week. Get them to Mrs. Wright in CL3 ASAP.
Oceanography Club dues and all paperwork (teacher references if you are a new member) are due to Mrs. Swafford in room B214 by Oct. 16th. Club passes and the remind 101 code will be handed out when your dues are paid. You must have a club pass for CCRT meetings, for a club t-shirt, and any future field trips. If you missed the first meeting, come see Mrs. Swafford in B214 for a packet.
Chosen girls bible study will be meeting Wednesday afternoon, September 30 in room B214. Please see the signs in the hallways for future meeting dates.
Balfour will be back on campus Wednesday, September 30 during lunch to take late ring orders for any student that would still like to order.
The softball team will be hosting a Faculty/Student basketball game this Friday, October 2 during Activity Period. Come out and watch your favorite teachers and students play, plus get out of class. Tickets are $1 each. Softball players will be selling tickets during lunch and CCRT all week. If you would like to play, please see Coach Limburg in G215.
Anyone interested in joining Math club or Mu Alpha Theta please attend the first meeting on September 30th in G109.
Tryouts for Drama Club’s production of It’s a Wonderful Life will be Thursday, October 1. We need lots of people for this production so come by Mrs. Wright’s room, CL3, to pick up an audition form. You do not have to try out every day. Pick one, but make sure you have the information from Mrs. Wright before you show up.
For 10th and 11th grade students, the PSAT measures skills that are important for success in college-verbal reasoning, critical reading, math problem-solving, and writing. Taking the PSAT enables students to: get feedback about critical academic skills, enter scholarship competitions, seek information from colleges, and practice for SAT program tests. 11th grade students may qualify for the National Merit Scholarship by taking this test. 10th grade students who wish to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship as 11th graders are encouraged to take this test as 10th graders to help them prepare for the qualifying test next year. Students are recommended to have a 3.0 in order to sign up for the PSAT. The Test date is Wednesday, October 14 8:30 am at Walker Valley High School. The fee is $15.00 per student to be paid for by the student and checks are made out to Walker Valley High School.