Monday, February 18, 2019

Did you know when you donate money to SeriousFun you are helping camps in Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Haiti.  We have collected $554.25 so far, with Mr. Wagner’s class in the lead.  We have two more weeks for the SeriousFun donation fund drive.

Your Kalamazoo United Hockey team is competing in the league consolation game at Wings West tonight, Feb. 18th at 6:00 pm.  The gate fee is $5.00 unless you have an Ice season pass.  We would appreciate your support for a barnburner that would keep them in the playoffs.  Light the Lamp Kalamazoo United!

Due to numerous snow days, applications for the Third 90 program will be extended until Thursday. Please see Mrs. Young in M14 to pick up or drop off an application.

Attention seniors! Do you want a say in who you think has the biggest heart in the senior class? The most drip? Starting today, Monday, February 18th, you can vote at all three lunches for who in the class of 2019 most spirited, most sarcastic, most likely to become a millionaire, and much more! Voting ends Tuesday, February 19th after third lunch.

Attention Peacejammers attending to the Great Lakes Peacejam Youth Leadership Conference this weekend: your registration and fees are due to Mrs. May ASAP.

Gradpoint will be held after school on Thursday this week, in room K5W.  The Tuesday afternoon session is cancelled.

The next Super Smash Brothers tournament will have a date change to Thursday, February 21st. It will be held in the cafeteria. Bus tokens will not be given out to attendees. Please arrange your own ride home. We hope you’ll come out and show your skills for the second Super Smash Brothers Ultimate tournament of the school year If you have any other questions, come see Mr. Greeley in B-13 or Dr. Pickell in B-12. We hope to see you there!

Gaston, Scar and Jafar walk into a classroom… want to know what happens next? Well, come to the Lambda Nu Improv Show on Tuesday, February 19th at 6pm in J12. Tickets cost $5 or $3 if you bring a canned good to donate. Don’t be a poor, unfortunate soul- be there!”

Attention graduating Seniors!  If you have interest in speaking at your commencement ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Thursday, February 28th.

Attention Students:  Do you have an interest in being a pharmacist?  A representative from Ferris State University’s school of Pharmacy will be here on February 28th to talk about this exciting career.  Please sign up in the counseling office no later than February 25th!

Hey Students Are you interested in helping others or being a leader?  Well here is a great opportunity for you. Gryphon Place is looking for youth leaders to serve on our Youth Advisory Council. The primary function of this council will be to promote advocacy with our youth as well as receive feedback on our Gatekeeper (Suicide Prevention) and Restorative Justice programs. If you know any Sophomore, Junior, or Seniors who are passionate about helping others and are looking for good leadership opportunities, please send them our way! We are able to provide a modest stipend (and free food!) to those willing to serve on this council. If you are interested in this opportunity stop by the C WIng office and see Ms Tessin for the information sheet and position description.

The next SAT Practice session will be held after school Wednesday, February 27 from 2:30-4:00 in the library.  If you have questions, please contact Ms. Robinson or Miss Parsons.

Yearbooks are on sale now for $65, but are going fast! Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613 or bring cash or check to room K3. Don’t miss out on your chance to get your yearbook!  

Attention seniors! The deadline for senior ads and baby pictures is March 1! Baby pictures are $15 and ads range from $28 for a business card to $150 for a full page. Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com or bring cash or check to K3 and email your photo to loynorrixyearbook@kalamazoopublicschools.net. Don’t miss out on your chance!

Attention Seniors:  An important deadline is approaching!  March 1st is the deadline for submitting the FAFSA as well as many scholarships.  Don’t delay! Ask your counselor for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, February 15, 2019

Reminder that Winterfest King and Queen voting has started and will be open until 1pm this afternoon. You use the same website that we did nominations on. Good luck to all the candidates.

This is Winterfest week and we have lots of great activities, games and a dance this week.  We want to make sure everyone can attend, so please pay attention to the following information.

If you skip your lunch or after-school detention, if you still owe money for multiple ID’s or if you are disruptive, your name will be placed on a list of students who will NOT be permitted to attend Winterfest activities this week.  Participation in extra-curricular activities is a privilege, so make sure you take care of your ID debt and take care of any detentions.  If you need to know your balance for ID’s, see Ms. Tessin in the C wing office.  If you have questions about detentions, see Ms. Julian or Mr. McDonald between classes.

We look forward to seeing everyone at all of the activities!

The WinterFest Dance “Way-Back Winter Knight” is the last dance of the year open to all students. The dance will be after the basketball game today, Friday and the tickets are $5 at lunches, from a 2021 executive member or from Mrs. May. Tickets at the door will be $10.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10 students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2 visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room. The deadline to submit an application is today, Friday, February 15th.

The National Art Honor Society will meet today, February 15th in room A-12 at 2:30p.  We will be electing officers. Bring Valentine refreshments.

Attention seniors! Do you want a say in who you think has the biggest heart in the senior class? The most drip? Starting on Monday, February 18th, you can vote at all three lunches for who in the class of 2019 most spirited, most sarcastic, most likely to become a millionaire, and much more! Voting ends Tuesday, February 19th after third lunch.

Softball conditioning will meet in the weight room every Tuesday and Thursday until March. Also, there are only 2 more softball open gyms. We meet on Sundays from 3-5 pm.

Attention Peacejammers attending to the Great Lakes Peacejam Youth Leadership Conference next week: your registration and fees are due to Mrs. May ASAP.

Hey Loy Norrix Students and Staff!  Kalamazoo United Hockey is playing their last league game against Portage Central on Saturday, Feb. 16th at 1:15.  The on-ice showdown is at Wings West. . It is an Autism Awareness game with a silent auction and special jerseys supporting the cause.  A reminder that the ticket price is $5 unless you have purchased a hockey season pass.  See you there.

Attention all Loy Norrix gamers: if you’re interested in testing your skills, come to the library next Tuesday, Febraury 19th, for the second Super Smash Brothers Ultimate tournament of the school year. It will take place right after school and last until 4:00. There will be no bus tokens given; you have to arrange your own ride home in advance. If you have any other questions, come see Mr. Greeley in B-13 or Dr. Pickell in B-12. We hope to see you there.

Gaston, Scar and Jafar walk into a classroom… want to know what happens next? Well, come to the Lambda Nu Improv Show on Tuesday, February 19th at 6pm in J12. Tickets cost $5 or $3 if you bring a canned good to donate. Don’t be a poor, unfortunate soul- be there!”

Attention graduating Seniors!  If you have interest in speaking at your commencement ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Thursday, February 28th.

Do you like doing tricks at the skate park? Have you done gymnastics before? Are you interested in trying something new? We are looking for more people to learn the thrilling event of pole vault this track season. Anyone interested should see Mr Schmidt in B17 or Mr Duckett in the gym. You can also meet after school any Tuesday or Thursday at the 4 corners. The sooner the better. This event is fun but takes time to master.

Yearbooks are on sale now for $65, but are going fast! Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com with order number 12613 or bring cash or check to room K3. Don’t miss out on your chance to get your yearbook!  

Attention seniors! The deadline for senior ads and baby pictures is March 1! Baby pictures are $15 and ads range from $28 for a business card to $150 for a full page. Order online at www.yearbookordercenter.com or bring cash or check to K3 and email your photo to loynorrixyearbook@kalamazoopublicschools.net. Don’t miss out on your chance!

Attention Seniors:  An important deadline is approaching!  March 1st is the deadline for submitting the FAFSA as well as many scholarships.  Don’t delay! Ask your counselor for more information.

 

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Due to the weather Winterfest king and queen voting will now take place tomorrow

This is Winterfest week and we have lots of great activities, games and a dance this
week.  We want to make sure everyone can attend, so please pay attention to the
following information.
If you skip your lunch or after-school detention, if you still owe money for multiple ID’s or if you are disruptive, your name will be placed on a list of students who will NOT be
permitted to attend Winterfest activities this week.  Participation in extra-curricular
activities is a privilege, so make sure you take care of your ID debt and take care of any
detentions.  If you need to know your balance for ID’s, see Ms. Tessin in the C wing
office.  If you have questions about detentions, see Ms. Julian or Mr. McDonald
between classes.
We look forward to seeing everyone at all of the activities!

SSR is 4th hour today.

Green school will be held after school today at 230 in room B-14. Teachers, please
place bottle recycling outside your doors after 5th hour.

Gradpoint will be held after school in room K5W, today from 2:30-4:30 this week.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10
students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a
team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives
students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental
sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2
visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school
workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s
room. The deadline to submit an application is tomorrow, Friday, February 15th.

The National Art Honor Society will meet Friday, February 15 in room A-12 at 2:30p.  We
will be electing officers. Bring Valentine refreshments.

Softball conditioning will meet in the weight room today, Thursday and every Tuesday
and Thursday until March. Also, there are only 2 more softball open gyms. We meet on
Sundays from 3-5 pm.

Attention Peacejammers attending to the Great Lakes Peacejam Youth Leadership
Conference next week: your registration and fees are due to Mrs. May ASAP.

This week there will be AAC today, Thursday, the testing room will also be open today.

Hey Loy Norrix Students and Staff!  Kalamazoo United Hockey is playing their last
league game against Portage Central on Saturday, Feb. 16 th  at 1:15.  The on-ice
showdown is at Wings West. . It is an Autism Awareness game with a silent auction and
special jerseys supporting the cause.  A reminder that the ticket price is $5 unless you
have purchased a hockey season pass.  See you there.

The WinterFest Dance “Way-Back Winter Knight” is the last dance of the year open to
all students. The dance will be after the basketball game tomorrow, Friday and the
tickets are $5 at lunches, from a 2021 executive member or from Mrs. May. Tickets at
the door will be $10.

Attention all Loy Norrix gamers: if you’re interested in testing your skills, come to the library next Tuesday, Febraury 19th, for the second Super Smash Brothers Ultimate
tournament of the school year. It will take place right after school and last until 4:00.
There will be no bus tokens given; you have to arrange your own ride home in advance.
If you have any other questions, come see Mr. Greeley in B-13 or Mr. Pickell in B-12.
We hope to see you there!

Gaston, Scar and Jafar walk into a classroom… want to know what happens next? Well,
come to the Lambda Nu Improv Show on Tuesday, February 19th at 6pm in J12.
Tickets cost $5 or $3 if you bring a canned good to donate. Don’t be a poor, unfortunate
soul- be there.

Attention graduating Seniors!  If you have interest in speaking at your commencement
ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Thursday, February 28th.

Do you like doing tricks at the skate park? Have you done gymnastics before? Are you
interested in trying something new? We are looking for more people to learn the thrilling
event of pole vault this track season. Anyone interested should see Mr Schmidt in B17
or Mr Duckett in the gym. You can also meet after school any Tuesday.

Monday, February 11, 2019

The Loy Norrix Choir is proud to congratulate Chris Aranda, Brooklyn Moore, Hannah Newhouse, Aaron Self, Zoe Shanahan, Ryan Tipton, and Jordan Torres. All seven students auditioned for and were selected among the top choir students in the area for the Southwest Michigan Vocal Festival (SWMVF) Honors Choir. They will perform on stage at WMU’s Miller Auditorium on Thursday, March 14.

Green School will be meeting Tuesday after school at 230 in B-14. Hope to see you there!

Softball conditioning begins this week. We will meet in the weight room Tuesday’s and Thursday’s until March. Also, There are only 2 more softball open gyms. We meet on Sundays from 3-5 pm.

Gradpoint will be held after school in room k5w, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week. 

This week there will be AAC on Tuesday and Thursday.  There is NO AAC on Monday or Wednesday.  Thursday, February 14th will be the next testing room.

It’s February, and you know what that means… Valentine’s Day is almost here!

Are you looking for a fun, thoughtful, and unique way to show someone you care? Then let the Loy Norrix Choir take care of that for you. We’ll sweetly serenade your special someone or your friends with a Singing Valentine during classes on February 14.  Singing Valentines cost just $3 for a song and a Hershey’s kiss, or $5 for a song and a full-size chocolate bar, and they can be purchased during all three lunches. Phone Valentines are also available for $5. See a Loy Norrix Choir member or Ms. Pelligrino for more information!

The WinterFest Dance “Way-Back Winter Knight” is the last dance of the year open to all students. The dance will be after the basketball game next Friday and the tickets are $5 at lunches, from a 2021 executive member or from Mrs. May. Tickets at the door will be $10.

Attention graduating Seniors!  If you have interest in speaking at your commencement ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Thursday, February 28th.

Do you like doing tricks at the skate park? Have you done gymnastics before? Are you interested in trying something new? We are looking for more people to learn the thrilling event of pole vault this track season. Anyone interested should see Mr Schmidt in B17 or Mr Duckett in the gym. You can also meet after school any Tuesday or Thursday at the 4 corners. The sooner the better. This event is fun but takes time to master.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10 students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2 visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, February 15th.

If you would like to add your serious fun face to the ones in the cafeteria – donate a quarter and get one from your teacher.  Please write your name in the smiling lips and it will be hung up in the cafeteria but you will helping children that are terminally or seriously ill in developing countries around the world. We have collected $305.18.so far as a school, Mr. Wagner’s class is in first place with $112 and Mr. Rashad/Mrs. May’s clas is in second place with $90.64.

Attention Students:  Do you have an interest in being a pharmacist?  A representative from Ferris State University’s school of Pharmacy will be here on February 28th to talk about this exciting career.  Please sign up in the counseling office no later than February 25th!

Attention Seniors:  An important deadline is approaching! March 1st is the deadline for submitting the FAFSA as well as many scholarships.  Don’t delay!  Ask your counselor for more information.

Friday, February 8, 2019

The Loy Norrix Choir is proud to congratulate Chris Aranda, Brooklyn Moore, Hannah Newhouse, Aaron Self, Zoe Shanahan, Ryan Tipton, and Jordan Torres. All seven students auditioned for and were selected among the top choir students in the area for the Southwest Michigan Vocal Festival (SWMVF) Honors Choir. They will perform on stage at WMU’s Miller Auditorium on Thursday, March 14.

SENIORS! Want to be in the senior video? Stop by the main hallway conference room during your lunch today, Thursday to have your chance to be featured in the 2019 senior video that will be shown at graduation.  Don’t miss out!

Want to join the Peacejammers going to El Sol to make Valentines for the Veterans at the  VA Medical Center- meet at Mrs. May’s door by the C-wing computer lab, we will be leaving at 2:30! We will return back to Norrix by  4pm.

Ms. Van Lieu has 2, $400 scholarships to Blue Lake Fine Arts camp.  These can be used by any student who is enrolling for the first time at Blue Lake.  First come, first served.

Did you know that there are going to be several high school Peacejammers coming to Loy Norrix on Feb 23rd and 24th to listen to and learn from a dialogue with Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Saturthyi from India. If you would like to attend this leadership conference you will need to take and fill out a registration form found my Mrs. May’s door in the C-wing or in the main hallway by the Peacejam showcase.

AAC will not be open for the rest of the week. Next week there will be AAC on Tuesday and Thursday.  There is NO AAC on Monday or Wednesday.  Thursday, February 14th will be the next testing room.

It’s February, and you know what that means… Valentine’s Day is almost here!

Are you looking for a fun, thoughtful, and unique way to show someone you care? Then let the Loy Norrix Choir take care of that for you. We’ll sweetly serenade your special someone or your friends with a Singing Valentine during classes on February 14.  Singing Valentines cost just $3 for a song and a Hershey’s kiss, or $5 for a song and a full-size chocolate bar, and they can be purchased during all three lunches. Phone Valentines are also available for $5. See a Loy Norrix Choir member or Ms. Pelligrino for more information!

A week from today is the WinterFest Dance “Way-Back Winter Knight”. This is the last dance of the year open to all students. 

“Way-Back Winter Knight” will be after the basketball game next Friday and the tickets are $5 at lunches, from a 2021 executive member or from Mrs. May. Tickets at the door will be $10.

Attention graduating Seniors!  If you have interest in speaking at your commencement ceremony, you need to sign-up in room B-18 by Thursday, February 28th.

Do you like doing tricks at the skate park? Have you done gymnastics before? Are you interested in trying something new? We are looking for more people to learn the thrilling event of pole vault this track season. Anyone interested should see Mr Schmidt in B17 or Mr Duckett in the gym. You can also meet after school any Tuesday or Thursday at the 4 corners. The sooner the better. This event is fun but takes time to master.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10 students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2 visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, February 15th.

If you would like to add your serious fun face to the ones in the cafeteria – donate a quarter and get one from your teacher.  Please write your name in the smiling lips and it will be hung up in the cafeteria but you will helping children that are terminally or seriously ill in developing countries around the world.

 

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Voting for winterfest nominations ends today at Noon. If you haven’t done so already, get online and place your vote. The winners will be announced at the end of the day today.

SSR is 3rd hour today.

SENIORS! Want to be in the senior video? Stop by the main hallway conference room during your lunch today, Thursday to have your chance to be featured in the 2019 senior video that will be shown at graduation.  Don’t miss out!

Want to join the Peacejammers going to El Sol to make Valentines for the Veterans at the  VA Medical Center- meet at Mrs. May’s door by the C-wing computer lab, we will be leaving at 2:30! We will return back to Norrix by  4pm.

Ms. Van Lieu has 2, $400 scholarships to Blue Lake Fine Arts camp.  These can be used by any student who is enrolling for the first time at Blue Lake.  First come, first served.

Did you know that there are going to be several high school Peacejammers coming to Loy Norrix on Feb 23rd and 24th to listen to and learn from a dialogue with Nobel Peace Laureate Kailash Saturthyi from India. If you would like to attend this leadership conference you will need to take and fill out a registration form found my Mrs. May’s door in the C-wing or in the main hallway by the Peacejam showcase.

AAC will not be open for the rest of the week. Next week there will be AAC on Tuesday and Thursday.  There is NO AAC on Monday or Wednesday.  Thursday, February 14th will be the next testing room.

It’s February, and you know what that means… Valentine’s Day is almost here!

Are you looking for a fun, thoughtful, and unique way to show someone you care? Then let the Loy Norrix Choir take care of that for you. We’ll sweetly serenade your special someone or your friends with a Singing Valentine during classes on February 14.  Singing Valentines cost just $3 for a song and a Hershey’s kiss, or $5 for a song and a full-size chocolate bar, and they can be purchased during all three lunches. Phone Valentines are also available for $5. See a Loy Norrix Choir member or Ms. Pelligrino for more information!

The WinterFest Dance, “Way-Back Winter Knight” is on Friday, Feb 15th after the basketball game- it was bumped back due to snow days. This year, the dance is going to be a Sadie Hawkins dance, that means young ladies ask guys to the dance. Having a date is not a requirement to attend the dance.  We hope to see you all at this Way-Back Winter Knight WinterFest dance.

Do you like doing tricks at the skate park? Have you done gymnastics before? Are you interested in trying something new? We are looking for more people to learn the thrilling event of pole vault this track season. Anyone interested should see Mr Schmidt in B17 or Mr Duckett in the gym. You can also meet after school any Tuesday or Thursday at the 4 corners. The sooner the better. This event is fun but takes time to master.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10 students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2 visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, February 15th.

If you would like to add your serious fun face to the ones in the cafeteria – donate a quarter and get one from your teacher.  Please write your name in the smiling lips and it will be hung up in the cafeteria but you will helping children that are terminally or seriously ill in developing countries around the world.

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

SENIORS! Want to be in the senior video? Stop by the main hallway conference room during your lunch on this Thursday to have your chance to be featured in the 2019 senior video that will be shown at graduation.  Don’t miss out!

Ms. Van Lieu has 2, $400 scholarships to Blue Lake Fine Arts camp.  These can be used by any student who is enrolling for the first time at Blue lake.  First come, first served.

Peacejammers and those that would like to learn about Peacejam by going to the Great Lakes Peacejam Youth Leadership Conference here at Loy Norrix in a few weeks need to turn in their registration forms to Mrs. May as soon as possible.  There is some scholarship money so if you are   interested see Mrs. May now.

IF you would like to go to El Sol tomorrow to make Valentines for Veterans please meet Mrs. May by her door in the C-wing at 2:20 as we need to leave by 2:30!

AAC will not be open for the rest of the week. Next week there will be AAC on Tuesday and Thursday.  There is NO AAC on Monday or Wednesday.  Thursday, February 14th will be the next testing room.

Hey Sports Fans – come cheer on your Loy Norrix KU Hockey players;  Berkley Cox, Josh Schaefer, Max Byrd, Parker Remelius, Sean Mason, and Nolan Tribu at Wings West in a league face-off against Mattawan tonight, Wednesday, Feb. 6th.  The first puck drop is at 5:15.  Cost at the gate is $5.00 unless you have purchased a Hockey season pass.  See you are the ICE!

It’s February, and you know what that means… Valentine’s Day is almost here!

Are you looking for a fun, thoughtful, and unique way to show someone you care? Then let the Loy Norrix Choir take care of that for you. We’ll sweetly serenade your special someone or your friends with a Singing Valentine during classes on February 14.  Singing Valentines cost just $3 for a song and a Hershey’s kiss, or $5 for a song and a full-size chocolate bar, and they can be purchased during all three lunches. Phone Valentines are also available for $5. See a Loy Norrix Choir member or Ms. Pelligrino for more information!

The Kellogg Community College Financial Aid Office is holding their 5th annual Scholarship Fair!  This year’s event is scheduled for today, Wednesday, February 6, 2019 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm in the Student Center.  This event helps students receive scholarship information and resources available to help with college costs.  Please contact your counselor if you have any questions. 

 

Due to some confusion with winterfest voting we have extended the voting until today at 1pm. The site you will need to go to is voting4schools.com and once in the site you can search for Loy Norrix and use your student ID as your username and your birthday as your password. Go to the Athletic office and speak with Mr. Rickli if you have any questions.

Attention all Sophomores and Juniors. The third 90 Network Program is looking for 10 students who are highly motivated, positive attitude, make good grades, work well in a team setting, responsible, and not afraid to try new things.  The Third 90 program gives students an opportunity to participate in meaningful projects in environmental sustainability along with college faculty and college students. The team will make 2 visits to the Kalamazoo Nature Center, 2-3 college campus visits and 2 after-school workshops.   If you are interested please pick up an application in M14, Mrs. Young’s room. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, February 15th.

If you would like to add your serious fun face to the ones in the cafeteria – donate a quarter and get one from your teacher.  Please write your name in the smiling lips and it will be hung up in the cafeteria but you will helping children that are terminally or seriously ill in developing countries around the world.