Staff & Students, can you guess who? Stop by the main hallway showcase and see if you can guess what your favorite teacher or staff member looked like in high school. Turn your completed answer sheet into main or guidance office.
The next eSports club meeting is scheduled at 2:30 on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
There will be no AAC today. AAC will be open Thursday and there will be testing room on in K12.
Peacejammers going to Loaves and Fishes, Gospel Mission and Ministry with Community tour this Thursday, Nov 1st please pick up a permission slip on Mrs. May’s door in the Cwing.
Students who would like to improve their SAT scores, come to the library starting next Wednesday from 2:30-4:00 to meet with Ms. Robinson for study skills and practice with Khan Academy~Hope to see you there! See Ms. Robinson with any questions.
Seniors: most of you have met with your counselor for your senior meeting. Your next step is FAFSA and Scholarships. If you have questions, contact your counselor.
Freshman: are you interested in a career in the Health Sciences or Math or Science? If so, sign up in the counseling office for an informative meeting regarding the Heyl Scholarship.
Seniors, please sign up for college rep visits this week. On November 1st, we will host Saginaw Valley State and Adrian College. The sign up sheets are in the counseling office. Look for more visits next week.
Attention Seniors who signed up for the visit to Michigan State University. To secure your seat you must turn your permission slip into the guidance office by Friday.
If you are interested in discounted ski passes for timber ridge you can pick up the forms in the athletic office. The forms along with payment need to be turned in no later than November 20th.
Attention Seniors: Counselors are hosting a FAFSA Knight on November 15th from 4:30-6:30. Experts from the county will be here to assist families in filing out Financial Aid forms. Please sign up in the counseling office.
Seniors! Have you taken your senior photos yet? December 1st is the deadline to get photos in. We want to see all your beautiful faces. Please make sure to send them to yearbook’s email: email@example.com.If you have any questions please talk to Ms.English in K-3 or a yearbook staff member.
Detention slips are delivered to students who have lunch or after school detentions. If you receive a slip for a lunch detention, that slip serves as your pass to leave class 5 minutes early if you need to get a lunch from the cafeteria. You should be first in line and get your lunch quickly, in order to report to B-11 or D-15 within 5 minutes of the start of the lunch period. Failure to arrive on time, may lead to an after school detention being assigned.
Attention Students: Winter Sports Tryouts are beginning:
Men’s Basketball- November 5
Women’s Basketball, Wrestling Men’s and Women’s Bowling, Men’s and Women’s Skiing – November 12
Men’s Swimming and Diving- November 19
Competitive Cheer- listen to announcements for start date
In order to tryout and participate you must turn in all information for a Blue tryout card from the Athletic Office.
You need a current physical dated 4/15/18 or later
You need to pay $25 insurance fee to the Athletic Office (once per school year)
You need to turn in signed Code of Conduct form (once per school year)
You need to turn in Consent Form (Once per season)
You also need to be passing 4/5 classes to be eligible.
All needed forms can be picked up in the Athletic Office.
If you need an Athletic Physical, try Hometown Urgent Care. They are open 7 days a week.
You can’t tryout without all of your information submitted and grades checked.
No excuses, no exceptions- Be prepared to participate!