Daily Announcements:

Friday, May. 11th 2018

  • Congrats to 2018 Ovitz memorial Speech Contest Winners!
  • In the prepared speech category:
  • First place – Ashley Parks with “Euthanasia Should be Legalized”
  • Second place – Sophie McComb with “Failure: From Foe to Friend”.
  • In the extemporaneous category:
  • First place – Nathan Flaherty, “Should teachers be asked to carry guns at school?”
  • Second place – Lily Reynolds, “Should every 18 year old citizen be required to provide at least one year of military service?”
  • Third place – Kerina Evenson, “Should the NSA (National Security Agency) be allowed to collect basic metadata of citizen’s phone calls, such as number, timestamps and call durations?”
  • Thank you to all who participated!
  • Seniors who have Service Hours to turn in, must get them to Mrs. Helton by the end of TODAY!
  • Seniors attending the North School Elementary Luncheon TODAY will catch the bus out front at 11:00 AM.
  • Southeast Elementary would like to honor seniors who attended SE!  A breakfast will be hosted in your honor on Thursday, May 17 from 7:30-8:30 AM.  RSVP to Stephen Poorten, Jessie Madsen or Haley Spiewak by Monday, May 14!
  • If you are a senior who attended North Grove Elementary, you are invited to the Senior Event on May 22 from 1:30 – 4:00 PM.  Please RSVP to ckaiser@syc427.org.
  • Seniors should continue to check scholarships on Naviance on a daily basis!  Due dates are quickly approaching and new scholarships added!  Do not miss out on this opportunity to receive help to pay for any type of college.  See your school counselor with questions.
  • GSA Term of the Week: LGBT (LGBTQ) – An umbrella term referring to people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender. Sometimes the acronym is written as LGBTQ , with the “Q” referring to those who identify as queer and/or questioning. The acronym can also include additional letters in reference to other identities that do not conform to dominant societal norms around sexual orientation, gender identity and expression.