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There will be a meeting for all Student Council representatives on October 23 in Room 163 after school.  Your leadership team will be leading the meeting.  We will be discussing goals of Student Council for the year. All are welcome!

Wednesday, October 25 is National Unity Day. This is the day the country takes a stand against bullying and unites for kindness, acceptance and inclusion. SADD asks South Windsor Nation to show their support for Unity day by wearing Orange Next Wednesday.

FBLA will be selling their annual Jack O Grams all next week, October 23- October 27 - during all lunch waves. Send your friends a pumpkin with a note! Jack O Grams will sell for $2.00 each or 2 for $3.00 or 3 for $5.00. Please support your local FBLA chapter! See Mrs. Barrett with any questions!  

Enfield High School will host the Town of Enfield College Fair on Wednesday, October 25 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm. Representatives from colleges, universities, and technical schools will be available to talk to students and parents.

Union Baptist Church in Hartford is organizing the Historically Black Colleges & Universities College Tour for spring 2018. The program tours 7-10 colleges from Maryland to Florida from April 4 -13. Information sessions and workshops prepare students for the experience. The first information session is held on October 24 at 7:00pm. For more information, see the Programs & Events board in the Career Center or go to www.unionbaptisthartford.org

Hey Bobcat Foodies!  Next Wednesday, the Cooking Club celebrates a Thanksgiving feast--from a turkey and stuffing casserole, apple crisp, cornbread, and so much more.  Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff or Senora Ruiz to reserve your spot on this culinary gravy train!

Attention students 17 and older, please sign up to donate blood on Wednesday, November 1 during school. Over 30 million blood transfusions are needed in the US each year, and your donation can help to save 3 lives! Signups will he held during lunch all of next week. If you have questions please see Mrs. Belval in Room 204.

Athletic News:
-The girls' varsity soccer team defeated Plainville yesterday by a score of two to zero. Olivia Besthoff scored a first half goal from a Jaylene Ferrabelo cross and Karly Suppicich potted a Lindsay Fishman feed in the second to lead the Bobcats. Payton Garcia led the defense and Jianna Mitchell earned the shutout.
  
-The girls’ volleyball team ran into a tough opponent in East Hartford last night. The freshmen team lost 2 to 0, JV won 2 to 1, and varsity won 3 to 0. The team will host Manchester on Monday for their last regular season match which is senior night. We hope you can come out and support your fellow bobcats.

-All students interested in trying out for the baseball team should attend an informational meeting after school Tuesday, October 24 in Room 161. Any questions, please see Mr. D'Amato.

-For girls who are interested in playing lacrosse in the spring, there will be a team meeting Tuesday morning at 7:00am in Room 142. If you cannot attend, please see Coach Dobosz at some point next week. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 20, 2017 at 9:06 AM
  
Reminder: In order to be able to attend the homecoming dance this Friday, you must be in school all day. Anyone who will be in school for less than the full day should seek authorization from their associate principal.

Madame Rosano's Capstone Students:  Please be reminded that a Practice Presentation Session will be held Wednesday, October 25 in Room 228, immediately after school. All students advised by Madame Rosano are welcome to attend, whether you are presenting in November or not. 

Hey Bobcat Foodies! Next Wednesday, the Cooking Club celebrates a Thanksgiving feast--from a turkey and stuffing casserole, apple crisp, cornbread, and so much more. Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff or Senora Ruiz to reserve your spot on this culinary gravy train!

Are you interested in spreading kindness and positivity throughout our school community? Then consider joining the Anti- Bullying Club. Our first meeting is today at 2:00pm in Room 131. Join us!

Attention students 17 and older, please sign up to donate blood on Wednesday, November 1 during school. Over 30 million blood transfusions are needed in the US each year, and your donation can help to save 3 lives! Signups will he held during lunch all of next week. If you have questions please see Mrs. Belval in Room 204.

Applications for the 1st session of the Jump Start tutoring program should be returned to the high school counseling office by tomorrow.  
 
Attention seniors: if you have not done this already, go to the Capstone Experience Webpage and fill in the Google form for presentations on November 7. You need to fill out this Google Form by TODAY even if you are not planning to present on November 7. Remember Capstone is a graduation requirement. 

Konnichiwa. The next meeting of the Japanese Club is today in Room 230.  Sayonara!           

Athletic News:
-Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country Team! They won the CCC North Colonial Division Title for the third consecutive year. The team was led by Isabelle Erikson who finished second, Lindsey Hurd who finished fourth, and Marlena Klein who finished sixth. Sonali Chokshi, Sara Wills, Jessica Polito, Armina Sarin, and Molly Cole provided the solid backup that guaranteed the win. Coach Bowman is proud of the performances of not just the varsity girls but of the entire team – varsity and JV- which produced personal bests in the meet. Thanks for honoring Mrs. B, Mrs. B’s Team!

-The Lady Bobcats swim team had their senior night Tuesday against Manchester. Senior captains Liz Savidge and Chrissy Jones won their events, the 100 yard breast stroke and the 100 yard butterfly. Senior captain, Sydney Ruschmeier, had an outstanding performance in the 200 yard individual medley. Other event winners included Sarah Sartoris and Anna Garvey. The seniors want to thank the juniors who did an awesome job putting together this year’s senior meet. The girls have their last dual meet of the season next Tuesday at EO Smith.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 19, 2017 at 9:22 AM
  
Homecoming Dance tickets are now being sold on-line through Ticketleap.com - simply search for "South Windsor".  Sales end today at 3:00pm or sooner if sold out. Tickets are $10 each and you must bring the digital ticket along with an ID to the dance with you. 

Are you thinking about submitting an application for the 1st session of the Jump Start tutoring program? If yes, then NOW is the time! Forms should be returned to the high school counseling office by this Friday, October 20. 
 
Tomorrow is South Windsor High School’s college fair! Over 130 colleges, technical schools, and military recruiters will be here to speak to students about your futures. Emerson College will return to the Career Center at 2:00pm to meet with interested students. This week’s college visits will conclude on Friday afternoon with Lincoln College of New England.

Attention seniors: if you have not done this already, go to the Capstone Experience Webpage and fill in the Google form for presentations on November 7. You need to fill out this Google Form even if you are not planning to present on November 7. Please do this by Thursday, October 19. Remember Capstone is a graduation requirement. 

Konnichiwa. Domo arigato for the big turnout at the first Japanese meeting! The next meeting is tomorrow in Room 230. Sayonara.

The Mind's Eye Club will host its first Coffeehouse of the year tonight at 6:00pm in the Media Center. Share a song, story, or poem at our Open Mic, or just come for the entertainment. We hope to see you there!

The Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Organization (HOBY) is a nationally recognized group dedicated to developing leaders through national conferences and training.  Any sophomore interested in applying to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar taking place in the spring are invited to see Mr. Wry in School Counseling for either an application or more details.

Athletic News:

-Field Hockey defeated Conard 1-0. They improve to 9-1-1 and will play Farmington away on Monday. 

-All students interested in trying out for the baseball team should attend an informational meeting after school Tuesday, October 24 in Room 161.  Any questions, please see Mr. D'Amato. 

-Congratulations to the Girls Volleyball team for their success at last night's Dig Pink match at Home vs. Ellington last night. The JV team won 2-0, and Varsity won 3-1. The players, parents, and coaches want to say to "Thank You" to all who attended and supported both the team during the match and by making purchases with the proceeds going towards our charity, the "Sideout Foundation”. Again, the whole night was a great success. Congrats!
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 18, 2017 at 3:38 PM
  
Don’t forget to wear college apparel to school tomorrow in preparation of the upcoming College Fair! Why not combine a college sweatshirt with comfy pajama bottoms for Spirit Week??!!

Homework Clubs meets every Monday and Wednesday after school in Room 126. If you need some help studying or help with your homework - come on down! We have tutors available to help with whatever you need! See Mrs. Barrett or Miss Cruz if you have any questions! 

Powder Puff meets today at 2:10pm in Room 102.

FBLA will be having a meeting this Thursday at 2:00pm in Room 122. See you there!

A representative from the United States Army will be in the Career Center at 10:30pm this morning.  Tomorrow, Virginia Tech and Bay Path University will be here.  If you have signed up to attend, please remember to report to the Career Center on time!

Union Baptist Church in Hartford is organizing the Historically Black Colleges & Universities College Tour for spring 2018.  The program tours 7-10 colleges from Maryland to Florida from April 4 -13. Information sessions and workshops prepare students for the experience.  The first information session is held on October 24 at 7:00pm. For more information, see the Programs & Events board in the Career Center or go to www.unionbaptisthartford.org

The South Windsor High School Book Club will meet on TODAY at 2:05pm in Room 100.  New members are welcome!

The Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Organization (HOBY) is a nationally recognized group dedicated to developing leaders through national conferences and training.  Any sophomore interested in applying to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar taking place in the spring are invited to see Mr. Wry in School Counseling for either an application or more details.

Athletic News:
-The girls’ volleyball team will be hosting their "Dig Pink" match today vs. Ellington. Tickets are $2 in advance and $4 at the door. Come support this charity game where the proceeds from ticket, food and raffle prices will be donated to the Sideout Foundation for breast cancer awareness. 

-The boys’ soccer team got back on its winning ways with an 8-0 win over Enfield. Dan Monteserin and Mitchell Lyons had two goals apiece and Matt Dion, Gabe Galley, Anthony Dominguez and Cole Cassettari also scored for the Bobcats. Nick Gattuso, Mike Tortora, Marcus Foote, Matt Dion, Anthony Dominguez and Gabe Galley all recorded assists. Jake Waterhouse and Hunter Pasqualini had three saves to earn the shutout. The boys play Berlin on Thursday at 6:00pm.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 17, 2017 at 9:02 AM
  
Homecoming Dance tickets are now being sold on-line through Ticketleap.com - simply search for "South Windsor".   Sales will end Wednesday at 3:00pm or sooner if sold out. Tickets are $10 each and you must bring the digital ticket along with an ID to the dance with you. This is a link for direct access to purchasing.
 
Don’t forget to wear college apparel to school on Wednesday in preparation of the upcoming College Fair!
 
Attention Bobcat bowling Club members…tomorrow is the first club outing. A friendly reminder…anyone who needs transportation should get a bus pass at the Main Office on the side doors.  Please see Mr. Gray in Room 168 if you have any questions or concerns.  
 
The SWHS Gay-Straight Alliance WILL meet in Room 148 TODAY at 2:00pm. Bring your ideas for a summit and any other topics or concerns you'd like to discuss and share. Never been to a meeting but want to check it out? Come on down! All are welcome!
 
Are you interested in spreading kindness and positivity throughout our school community? Then consider joining the Anti- Bullying Club. Our first meeting will be on Thursday at 2:00pm in Room 131. We hope to see you there!
 
The Mind's Eye Club will host its first Coffeehouse of the year on Wednesday night at 6:00pm in the Media Center. Share a song, story, or poem at our Open Mic, or just come for the entertainment. We hope to see you there!
 
Attention skiers and boarders! This year we will be running 5 weekly trips to Ski Sundown on Thursday nights as well as a weekend trip to Jay Peak. Please stop by Room 234C or 254 to pick up your permission slips. Trips will be filled on a first come, first serve basis, so be sure to get your forms and payment in quickly to secure a spot. 
 
Bowling Club forms with payment must be turned in today for those interested in participating.  Please see Mr. Gray in Room 168 for additional details.
 
Any eligible senior who wishes to be considered for admission to Rho Kappa, National Social Studies Honor Society, should pick up a form today in the Social Studies Department.
 
The SWHS Bobcats “Relay For Life” Club will be back in action today in Room 143 for new and old members. If you are unable to attend this meeting, please contact Mrs. Frasier in Room 143!  
 
Athletic News:
-The girls’ volleyball team will be selling tickets in the cafe today and tomorrow to their "Dig Pink" match Tuesday, October 17 vs. Ellington. The advanced ticket purchase price is $2 and $4 at the door. Hopefully you will buy a ticket and attend this charity game where the proceeds from ticket, food and raffle prices will be donated to the Sideout Foundation for breast cancer awareness.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 16, 2017 at 1:52 PM
  
HOMECOMING DANCE TICKETS are now being sold on-line through Ticketleap.com. Sales will end next Wednesday at 3:00pm or sooner if sold out. Only one week until the dance!  Tickets are $10 each and you must bring the digital ticket along with an ID to the dance with you. Click this direct link to purchase tickets 

In preparation of the upcoming College Fair, please wear college apparel to school on Wednesday, October 18.

Looking for a book to read this weekend?  The South Windsor High School Book Club will meet this Tuesday, October 17 at 2:05pm in Room 100 to discuss the book The Great Train Robbery by Michael Crichton. Read it this weekend, and join us on Tuesday! New members are welcome.

Students interested in a career as a technology education teacher can participate in the Technology Education High School Information Day on the campus of Central Connecticut State University. The event will be held on Sunday, October 22 from 12:00pm -2:00pm and will feature activities that sample the classroom, lab, and extracurricular activities that are part of the program. Campus tours, parent programming and the opportunity to speak undergraduates will also be available.  See your school counselor for an invitation to attend!

Bentley University is holding Falcon Diversity Day tomorrow, October 14 from 9:00am – 3:00pm. The event begins with an Admission/Financial Aid presentation, followed by a campus tour and lunch with current students. Then catch the Bentley Falcon football team take on American International College starting at 1:00pm. Students of color, first-generation students, and their allies are invited to attend the event. See the Bentley website or Mrs. Carty in the Career Center for information on how to register.

The CT Science Center offers two opportunities for teenagers to explore scientific concepts and careers and to serve an advisory role. Teen Science Cafés are free events where teens discuss cutting-edge science and technology with local scientists and engineers, try hands-on activities, and socialize. Topics covered will include water quality, computer science, astronomy, and exercise science. The Teen Advisory Council will be a group of teen leaders that work closely with Science Center staff throughout the school year, serving as representatives of young people and a sounding board for ideas to develop high school programming. Additionally, the Council will take on specific projects, such as planning and promoting teen events, working with staff on new social media efforts, and engaging in targeted community outreach and advocacy. The council application will close on October 15. For information on either of these programs, visit the CT Science Center website, check out the information posted in the Career Center or email teens@ctsciencecenter.org.

Monday’s college visits to the Career Center will be from Hofstra University and Bentley University. If you have already signed up to attend, please set yourself a reminder. If you have not signed up yet, but are interested in these schools please sign up in Naviance! Representatives will be here every day next week, so keep checking the complete list in Naviance.

Anyone interested in joining the Bowling Club still has time to get their registration form in for the first date October 17.  All forms with payment must be turned in on or before October 16. Please see Mr. Gray in Room 168 for additional details. 

Applications for RHO KAPPA, National Social Studies Honor Society, are available now from your teachers in the Social Studies Department. Any eligible senior who wishes to be considered for admission should pick up a form today in the Social Studies Department.

Don’t forget…the SWHS Bobcats “Relay For Life” Club will be back in action Monday, October 16 in Room 143. We are welcoming new and old members to attend this informational meeting. If you are unable to attend this meeting, please contact Mrs. Frasier in Room 143! Thank you!

Enfield High School will host the Town of Enfield College Fair on Wednesday, October 25 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm.  Representatives from colleges, universities, and technical schools will be available to talk to students and parents.

Due today! Seniors, go to the Senior Capstone Link off of the SWHS Homepage and fill out the required Google Form for presentations on November 7. Capstone is a graduation requirement. 

Final reminder…SADD members need to follow the Twitter account. Sign up if you have not done so already.

Athletic News:
-The girls’ volleyball team played well at Hall HS last night winning the freshmen match 2-0, winning JV 2-1, and losing a close one for varsity 3-1. The team will travel to Enfield tonight.

-The girls’ volleyball team will be selling tickets in the cafe today, Monday and Tuesday to their "Dig Pink" match next Tuesday, October 17 vs. Ellington. The advanced ticket purchase price is $2 and $4 at the door. Hopefully you will buy a ticket and attend this charity game where the proceeds from ticket, food and raffle prices will be donated to the Sideout Foundation for breast cancer awareness. 

-The girls’ swim team faced Hall, East Catholic, and Conard in a quad meet Tuesday night. Emma Hap had 2 outstanding performances, winning both the 200 and and 500 yard freestyles in tight races. Captains Chrissy Jones and Liz Savidge both won their events, the 100 yard breastroke and the 100 yard backstroke. Other outstanding performers included Sarah Mulcahy, Sarah Sartoris, and Erin Garvey. The Lady Bobcats take Glastonbury today at Star Hill!
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 13, 2017 at 9:02 AM
  
Attention seniors!! Applications for RHO KAPPA, National Social Studies Honor Society, are available now from your teachers in the Social Studies Department. Any eligible senior who wishes to be considered for admission should pick up a form today in the Social Studies Department.

The Mind's Eye Club will host its first Coffeehouse of the year on Wednesday, October 18 at 6:00pm in the Media Center. Share a song, story, or poem at our Open Mic, or just come for the entertainment. We hope to see you there!

In yesterday's Math Team meet at Bristol Eastern High School, South Windsor was A-MA-ZING!  In one of the best performances ever by a team in a Capitol Area Math League Meet, the Bobcats scored 105 out of a possible 108 points, winning the meet with over 20 teams competing.  The A-Team performance included perfect meets by seniors Carter Cobb and Hannah Leibowitz, junior Jason Rickenbacher, and sophomore Neal Shah, and a great first meet by freshman Keshav Ramesh.  Perfect meets were also turned in by B-Team seniors Thomas Strelecky, Tyler Branscombe, and Kevin Liu.

Hello Relayers! The SWHS Bobcats Relay For Life Club will be back in action Monday, October 16 in Room 143.  We are welcoming new and old members to attend this informational meeting about the club and what we will be doing throughout the year!  If you are unable to attend this meeting please contact Mrs. Fraiser in Room 143!  Thank you!

We will finish out this week’s college visits with Syracuse University and Castleton University on Friday.  Please continue to sign up in Naviance to attend these visits.  As a reminder, seniors who need help with their college essays can come to the Career Center for editing assistance.

Attention skiers and boarders! This year we will be running 5 weekly trips to Ski Sundown on Thursday nights as well as a weekend trip to Jay Peak. Please stop by Room 234C or 254 to pick up your permission slips. Trips will be filled on a first come, first serve basis, so be sure to get your forms and payment in quickly to secure a spot.  

Are you interested in spreading kindness and positivity throughout our school community? Then consider joining the Anti- Bullying Club. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, October 19 at 2:00pm in Room 131. We hope to see you there!

The Jump Start Tutoring Program is back and will held Thursday afternoons at TEMS. Applications are now available in the High School Counseling Office if you are interested.  You will be matched with a middle school student, assisting them with their homework, studying for exams, and working on projects for about 2 hours a week. Transportation is provided. 

Seniors, go to the Senior Capstone Link off of the SWHS Homepage and fill out the required Google Form for presentations on November 7.  This is due tomorrow!  Remember, Capstone is a graduation requirement. 

SADD members…please be sure to follow our Twitter account and complete the sign up if you have not done so already.

Reminder…“South Windsor For the Kids” will be having a fundraiser at a local fast food restaurant on Sullivan Avenue tonight from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Please come out and make a purchase to help us raise money for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 12, 2017 at 8:59 AM
  
Attention Seniors: go to the Senior Capstone Link off of the SWHS Homepage and fill out the required Google Form for presentations on November 7.  This must be done by this Friday!  Remember, Capstone is a graduation requirement. 
 
Tomorrow afternoon, there will be three colleges visiting the Career Center. Elmira College, St. Joseph's College in Maine, and the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising will all have representatives here. Please sign up in Naviance if you are interested in these schools. 
 
Attention members of SADD…please follow our Twitter account and complete the sign up if you have not already.
 
Attention Bowlers!  Anyone interested in joining the Bowling Club still has time to get their registration form in for the first date October 17. All forms with payment must be turned in on or before October 16. Please see Mr. Gray in Room 168 for additional details.
 
Are you interested in spreading kindness and positivity throughout our school community? Then consider joining the Anti-Bullying Club. Our first meeting is today at 2:00pm in Room 131. We hope to see you there!
 
 “South Windsor For the Kids” will be having a fundraiser at a local fast food restaurant on Sullivan Avenue this Thursday from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Please come out and make a purchase to help us raise money for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

The Strategy Club will meet tomorrow at 2:00pm in the Seminar Room. Join us for some Halloween themed games.  See Mr. Hoffman in Room 149 or check out our webpage for details. 
https://sites.google.com/a/apps.southwindsorschools.org/swhsstrategyclub/
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 11, 2017 at 9:31 AM
  
Don’t forget…if you are bringing a guest to the Homecoming Dance, you MUST have a completed and signed Guest Request Form prior to purchasing tickets.  Forms are due tomorrow and may be found in the Main Office or through the “Senior” page online.  

South Windsor For the Kids will be having a fundraiser at a local fast food restaurant on Sullivan Avenue this Thursday from 5:00pm – 8:00pm. Please come out and make a purchase to help us raise money for Connecticut Children’s Medical Center.

The next Gardening Club meeting will be held tomorrow after school in room 234C. New members welcome!

Although we run on a special schedule tomorrow, there are still 3 colleges who making visits to the Career Center for interested students.  Rollins College will be here at 9:30am and RIT will visit at 10:30am for any seniors who wish to come in early and meet.  If you sign up to attend, PLEASE make sure you set a reminder for yourself tonight!  Lycoming College will be here later in the day at 12:30pm.

The admissions staffs from Bowdoin College and Davidson College are teaming up for an Information Night on Tuesday, October 24th from 7:00pm – 8:00pm at the Hartford Marriott Farmington.  A poster advertising the event is hanging in the Career Center.

The Strategy Club will meet tomorrow at 2:00pm in the Seminar Room. Join us for some Halloween themed games. See Mr. Hoffman in Room 149 or check out our webpage for details.  
https://sites.google.com/a/apps.southwindsorschools.org/swhsstrategyclub/

The Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Organization (HOBY) is a nationally recognized group dedicated to developing leaders through national conferences and training.  Any sophomore interested in applying to attend the HOBY Leadership Seminar taking place in the spring are invited to see Mr. Wry in School Counseling for either an application or more details.

The Jump Start Tutoring Program is back and will held Thursday afternoons at TEMS. Applications are now available in the High School Counseling Office if you are interested.  You will be matched with a middle school student, assisting them with their homework, studying for exams, and working on projects for about 2 hours a week. Transportation is provided. 

Hey foodies! The Cooking Club Officers will meet tomorrow to plan a delicious Thanksgiving menu. If you'd like to help us plan, we'll be meeting after school in Room 105.

Athletic News:

-The Lady Bobcats swim team beat East Hartford Friday night to improve their record to 5-1. Senior captains Chrissy Jones and Liz Savidge were double event winners. Jones took the 200 yard freestyle and 100 yard backstroke while Savidge took the diving event and the 100 yard butterfly. Other outstanding performers included Megha Rao, Emma Soloperto, and Sydney Ruschmeier. The ladies take Conard, Hall, and East Catholic in a quad meet this afternoon.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 10, 2017 at 10:43 AM
  
Attention students taking the SAT tomorrow! Please remember to bring your admission ticket, a separate photo ID, two #2 pencils, and a calculator.  Please plan to arrive between 7:15am and 7:30am. Good luck!

Election posters may be picked up in the Main Office by 4:00pm at the end of today! After that time, they will be discarded.

Seniors – take advantage of the long weekend to work on your Common App (or other college applications) and your essay!!  Remember to stop into the Career Center if you need assistance. Tuesday’s college visits will be Boston College, Western New England University and Brandeis University. Please sign up in Naviance if you would like to meet with any of these schools.

Would you like to give back to your community while helping younger students? The Jump Start Tutoring Program is back and will held Thursday afternoons at TEMS. You will be matched with a middle school student, assisting them with their homework, studying for exams, and working on projects for about 2 hours a week. Transportation is provided. Applications are now available in the High School Counseling Office!

For any student looking to fulfill a community service requirement or get involved with the South Windsor Business Expo, student volunteers are needed to help with the Business Expo to be held at Nomad’s on this Saturday, October 7.  Student volunteers are needed the night before, October 6 from 5:00pm – 7:00pm to help vendors in setting up their booths and on Saturday from 9:00pm to 4:00pm to direct both vendors and visitors to the fair as well as hand out give-away bags, etc.  The Expo welcomes students who could work a shift of a couple of hours or the entire day on Saturday.  This would be a wonderful opportunity to have students see how businesses market their business to the public.  Volunteers could call the Chamber of Commerce directly at 860-644-9442 or, Cindi Yakoubian, at Ellsworth at 860-291-1256. 

Hey foodies!  The Cooking Club Officers will meet on Wednesday, October 11 to plan a delicious Thanksgiving menu.  If you'd like to help us plan, we'll be meeting after school in Room 105.

Are you interested in spreading kindness and positivity throughout our school community? Then consider joining the Anti-Bullying Club. Our first meeting will be on Wednesday, October 11 at 2:00pm in Room 131. We hope to see you there!

Athletic News:
-Boys’ varsity soccer had an exciting game versus Manchester on Wednesday.  With a minute and eleven seconds left in OT, Jared Caroline headed home the game winner on a pass from Mitchell Lyons to keep the Bobcats at the top of their division. They play their next game this Friday at 6:00pm in Rocky Hill. 

-The girls' varsity soccer team will play their Pink Out Game for Breast Cancer Awareness today at 3:45pm at home.  Please come out and support the team and this important cause. 

-Girls’ volleyball plays Glastonbury today at home.  Freshmen and JV play at 4:00pm and varsity starts at 5:00pm. Hope to see you there!



Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 06, 2017 at 9:17 AM
  
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