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The RACE committee wants to share a video for Autism Awareness month. (video to follow)

The Drama Department will present the Spring Play, Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker this weekend. Come see fellow students perform a show about finding just the right partner. Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. Tickets will be sold at lunch and are available at the door. 

The annual South Windsor Schools Art Show continues to be open for viewing at the Public Library through May 9th. Please come and support the High School artists and see what kinds of projects you could make if you take an art class. There are displays from Painting, Drawing, Clay, Metalwork, Printmaking and Fashion classes and you will not be disappointed by this fabulous show. 
 
Attention seniors. The annual Senior Art Show will be happening at the South Windsor Public Library in May. If you have taken any art courses during your years at South Windsor High School, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to display your artwork in this juried show. If you are interested in earning an honor cord in art, you will need to participate in the judged section of this Senior Art Show. Applications are due May 4; see your art teacher for details and an application.

All SADD members planning on attending the field trip to St. Francis Hospital need to return their permission slips as soon as possible to Dr. Bombara in the School Counseling Office.

Attention juniors. SADD will be sponsoring the Prom Promise again this year. Sign the promise to not drink and drive the entire prom weekend and enter a raffle to win two free tickets to the prom or a refund of the cost of two tickets if you have already purchased your tickets. SADD will be in the Café, all lunch waves on Wednesday and Thursday this week. So, stop by, make the pledge, and sign the Prom Promise Banner. Let’s make this years’ prom Spectacular! 

Attention all future UConn ECE students- The ECE Courses for next year are Latin IV, Environmental Science, Marine Science, AP Literature and Composition, Classical Mythology, Modern Western Traditions and AP Physics 1. ECE is a program where students take UConn classes while at SWHS, and receive college credit good at UConn as well as most every other college in the country. College Credit is only received if you sign up correctly. There will be a mandatory assembly during Late Arrival on Monday April 30th at 7:45 am in the Auditorium. The Application deadline is June 1st, and the Enrollment deadline is June 30th. Please see Mr. Wry with any questions

The Boys Tennis Team lost a very competitive tight match to Glastonbury 3-4. Winners for South Windsor were Brandon Sze (#1 Singles), Femi Orisamolu (#4 Singles) and Jack Perry & Elijah Wood (#1 Doubles). Excellent effort by everyone that played. Our next match is Wednesday versus RHAM at home. Go Bobcats.


Posted by mdunia  On Apr 25, 2018 at 7:57 AM
  

This Day in History: 1990 - The space shuttle Discovery blasted off from Cape Canaveral, FL. It was carrying the $1.5 billion Hubble Space Telescope.

All SADD members planning on attending the field trip to St. Francis Hospital need to return their permission slips as soon as possible to Dr. Bombara in the School Counseling Office.

Interact Club would like to congratulate the newly chosen officers for next year. Congratulations to Emma Sansom, Arsalan Zaki, Leah Craig, Nikitha Zachariah, Krishna Chilakapati, Amy Sapowadia, and Van Anh Tran.

Attention Juniors! SADD will be sponsoring the Prom Promise again this year. Sign the promise to not drink and drive the entire prom weekend and enter a raffle to win two free tickets to the prom or a refund of the cost of two tickets if you have already purchased your tickets. SADD will be in the Café, all lunch waves on Wednesday and Thursday this week. So, stop by, make the pledge, and sign the Prom Promise Banner. Let’s make this years’ prom Spectacular!

Attention Seniors! The annual Senior Art Show will be happening at the South Windsor Public Library in May. If you have taken any art courses during your years at South Windsor High School this is a fantastic opportunity for you to display your artwork in this juried show. If you are interested in earning an honor cord in art, you will need to participate in the judged section of this Senior Art Show. Applications are due May 4th, see your art teacher for details and an application.

Attention all future UConn ECE students - The ECE Courses for next year are Latin IV, Environmental Science, Marine Science, AP Literature and Composition, Classical Mythology, Modern Western Traditions and AP Physics 1. ECE is a program where students take UConn classes while at SWHS, and receive college credit good at UConn as well as most every other college in the country. College Credit is only received if you sign up correctly. There will be a mandatory assembly during Late Arrival on Monday April 30th at 7:45am in the Auditorium. The Application deadline is June 1st, and the Enrollment deadline is June 30th. Please see Mr. Wry with any questions
 
Reminder for foodies…grab your culinary passports because our menu is taking us on a tour of Caribbean and African dishes. Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff and Sra. Ruiz--we cook on Wednesday.  
 
Don’t forget… NHS is hosting an AP exam review today in the cafeteria. The subjects offered will be: biology, calculus, chemistry, computer science, government, physics, psychology, and US history. Bring your questions, and we hope to see you.

There will be a meeting after school tomorrow in Room 166 for anyone interested in joining next year's Model UN leadership team or attending Harvard Model UN. Please see Ms. Simcik if you cannot attend.

The Relay for Life club will hold a brief but mandatory meeting after school on Wednesday, May 2 in room 143. We will be discussing event details and leadership opportunities for next year. Please see Mrs. Frasier with any questions.

The Girls Tennis team continues to defend their undefeated title after their win against Farmington yesterday with a score of 5-2. All 4 singles players Caitlin Sze, Varsha Rathore, Sophia Chin, Sam Donovan had a clean sweep. 1st doubles players Leah Polansky and Jia Yazon held strong, winning a tough match. This brings their record to 4-0. Next match is against RHAM tomorrow.

The Boys Volleyball team had another clean sweep last night at Home vs. Bulkeley. The JV won 2-0 improving their record to 7-0 and Varsity won 3-0 putting their current record at 6-1. The team will travel the next two days to face Farmington tomorrow and East Hartford on Thursday. Best of luck to the team and we hope to see you there!

Boys Tennis had a dominant win yesterday defeating Middletown 7-0!! Straight set wins went to all players: Brandon Sze, Ronnak Saxena, Parker Pacekonis and Abhiram Gunti all playing singles and Donny Sauer & Sam Kim, Elijah Wood & Jack Perry and Jason Richenbacher & Dan Zhu all playing doubles. The team is on a roll with a 3-1 record and are looking to add 3 more wins this week against Glastonbury, RHAM and Hall. The team's first home match is Tuesday against Glastonbury - Come cheer the team on and show your support!
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 24, 2018 at 8:52 AM
  

Reminder from the Café: As of this Wednesday, any students with a negative balance from breakfast or lunch charges will no longer be able to purchase a la carte items in the cafeteria until the money owed is paid back. If you are not certain of the amount owed, please ask one of the cashiers in the cafeteria for help.

Student Council would like to thank all who attended the first annual Trivia Night. It was a fun successful night with over 80 students in attendance. A big congratulations to the winners and those who placed.

If you are a senior attending the senior outing to Holiday Hill and need to take the early bus, you must print and return the Early Bus Form to Miss Griswold in Room 227 no later than May 16. The early bus will leave at 2:30pm from the outing. The Early Bus Form can be found on the Class of 2018 website and Google Classroom page.

There is a limited supply of School Guide magazines available in the Career Center. School Guide is an annual publication that offers tips and planning suggestions for the college admissions process and also provides an extensive state by state list of colleges and military programs. Juniors who are starting their college search process may find it helpful.  

Hey foodies. Grab your culinary passports because our menu is taking us on a tour of Caribbean and African dishes. We've been making Jamaican beef patties, jerk chicken, a Moroccan lamb stew, Cuban guava cookies, a Botswanan safari-camp cake and so much more. Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff and Sra. Ruiz--we cook on Wednesday.   

The Mind's Eye Coffeehouse originally scheduled for April 26 has been postponed. Please stay tuned for an upcoming date in May--we'd love to see you there.

The library will be closed on Tuesday, April 24 for make-up SAT testing. Please plan accordingly. 

The National Honor Society is hosting an AP exam review tomorrow in the cafeteria. The subjects offered will be: biology, calculus, chemistry, computer science, government, physics, psychology, and US history. Bring your questions, and we hope to see you then.

Interested in joining next year's Model UN leadership team or attending Harvard Model UN? There will be a meeting after school on Wednesday in Room 166. Please see Ms. Simcik if you cannot attend.  

After a tough match against Farmington Boys Tennis came back strong with a convincing win over Tolland 5-2. Singles winners were Ronnak Saxena in straight sets and Parker Pacekonis winning in a 3rd set 10 point tiebreak. Doubles winners were Sam Kim & Donny Sauer, Elijah Wood & Jack Perry, and Jason Rickenbacher & Wayne Huang all in straight set wins. Our first home match is tomorrow against Glastonbury - come out and cheer our team to victory. Go Bobcats.

The girls’ tennis team had a great match Friday, winning 7-0 against Tolland. Singles Sophia Chin and Samantha Donovan, as well as doubles Leah Polansky and Jia Yazon all had double bagels, and it was an outstanding performance by the team overall. Come support the girls at their home match against Farmington after school today.


Posted by mdunia  On Apr 23, 2018 at 8:25 AM
  

News from the Café: As of Wednesday, April 25, any students with a negative balance from breakfast or lunch charges will no longer be able to purchase a la carte items in the cafeteria until the money owed is paid back. If you are not certain of the amount owed, please ask one of the cashiers in the cafeteria for help.

The National Honor Society is hosting an AP exam review on Tuesday, April 24 in the cafeteria. The subjects offered will be: biology, calculus, chemistry, computer science, government, physics, psychology, and US history. Bring your questions, and we hope to see you then.

Students attending the Ms. Lane's Clay Raku Field Trip on Monday are reminded to dress accordingly and be in Room 6 no later than 7:00am. See Ms. Lane with any questions.

Attention all graduating seniors - you're cordially invited to submit a poem to the Grad Poem Contest running now. Write an original poem fitting for the 2018 Graduation Ceremony to either Ms. White or Ms. Pieratti - Room 144 or 146 - by May 15. Getting writing, South!

Seniors – take note of the next round of scholarship deadlines coming up. Due next week are the Hartford Area Roller Derby Scholarship for female athletes attending a CT college or university and the Kline Family Community Service Scholarship for students who plan to attend UConn and have been very involved in service. Just added to Naviance is the South Windsor Soccer Club scholarship due May 31. See a complete list by logging into Naviance, clicking on the Colleges tab and scrolling down to Scholarship List.

It may barely feel like spring out, but it’s not too soon to think about summer plans. If you are looking for unique summer experiences to explore career options or preview college life, check out the Enrichment Programs section in the College Research area of your Naviance account. Thousands of programs can be researched. A smaller selection of brochures and materials are also available to check out or copy in the Career Center. 

The Connecticut Congressional Delegation hosts the 2018 Military Service Academy Night on Wednesday, April 25 at 6:00pm at the MG Maurice Rose Armed Forces Reserve Center in Middletown. All interested high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are invited to come learn about our nation’s military academies. An informational flyer is hanging on the Programs & Events board in the Career Center. You can also visit the website of any member of the Connecticut Congressional Delegation to find information about this event.
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 20, 2018 at 9:09 AM
  

There will be a Race Committee meeting today after school in the Media Center Classroom to talk about the upcoming activities for Autism Awareness Month. All are welcome.

If you are a senior attending the senior outing to Holiday Hill and need to take the early bus, you must print and return the Early Bus Form to Miss Griswold in Room 227 no later than May 16. The early bus will leave at 2:30pm from the outing. The Early Bus Form can be found on the Class of 2018 website and Google Classroom page.

Interested in joining next year's Model UN leadership team or attending Harvard Model UN? There will be a meeting after school on Wednesday, April 25 in Room 166. Please see Ms. Simcik if you cannot attend.  

If you had an art class first semester and your art teacher held onto some of your awesome work, stop by and see your art teacher TODAY. Tonight is the grand opening of the district wide art show at the town library. It starts at 6:00pm and goes until 8:30pm. Come see the demonstrations on working with clay and metal and come be amazed by the quality work that has been made this year.

Seniors who participated in the SW Little League… don’t forget to apply for the 2018 South Windsor Little League Baseball/Softball Scholarships available in the Career Center. The deadline is TOMORROW.

Last call…GSA members… please stop by Room 148 so that we can organize for next week.

Trivia Night has been rescheduled to tonight from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the cafeteria. Sign-ups will continue during lunch waves this week…$10 per team…get ready for a fun nigh with over $300 worth of prizes.

Athletic News:
-The girls’ lacrosse team played Ellington yesterday; Varsity won 17-5 and JV won 13-3. The girls will take on Cheshire this Saturday at 10:00am. 

-The boys’ tennis team was narrowly defeated by Farmington by a score of 4-3. #1 Singles Brandon Sze, #2 Singles Ronnak Saxena and the #3 Doubles Team of Jack Perry & Elijah Wood all won their matches in impressive straight sets. The #1 Doubles Team of Sam Kim and Donny Sauer was the last match on the court and had an extremely exciting match. After losing the first set 2-6, they battled back to win the second set 7-6 and barely lost the 10 point tiebreak by a score of 8-10. Excellent job of staying in the match until the last point. The team’s first home match is Tuesday, April 24 at 3:45pm versus Glastonbury. The team would love to see as many fans there as possible. Come out and support the team, and we promise you will see some great tennis.

-Both boys’ volleyball teams defeated Glastonbury last night with JV winning 2-0 and Varsity 3-0. The team will be back home next Monday, April 23 when they host Bulkeley of Hartford. Good luck to the team and we hope you'll come out and cheer that night for your fellow Bobcats. 
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 19, 2018 at 9:30 AM
  

News from the Café: As of Wednesday, April 25, any students with a negative balance from breakfast or lunch charges will no longer be able to purchase a la carte items in the cafeteria until the money owed is paid back. If you are not certain of the amount owed, please ask one of the cashiers in the cafeteria for help.

Seniors who participated in the SW Little League… don’t forget to apply for the 2018 South Windsor Little League Baseball/Softball Scholarships available in the Career Center. Three $1000 scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 who participated in the SW Little league. Deadline for submission is FRIDAY.

FBLA is canceled this week. See you on May 3, for our end of the year party! 

Tomorrow night at the town library, the Art Department will have its annual art show from 6:00pm - 8:30pm. There will be demonstrations on clay work, potter's wheel, and metal working. Check out your friends' art work in the galleries and showcases.

Join the Bobcat Robotics Team fundraiser at a local Mexican Grill Restaurant on Sullivan Ave. tonight from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. The team receives 20% of the proceeds. Please come out to support the team.  

Calling all GSA members… we missed you at Monday's meeting. Please stop by Room 148 so that we can organize for next week.

The Strategy Club meets today in Room 146.

The Cooking Club will meet today after school in Room 105 to plan our delicious menu. Cooking will take place next Wednesday, April 25. To reserve your spot, please give $5 to Ms. Cliff or Sra. Ruiz. Money must be in by this Friday. 

Final call… the Italian Club will be cooking pasta tomorrow from 2:00 pm -4:00 pm. Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 today if you would like to participate.  

Attention SWHS… Trivia Night has been rescheduled to Thursday night from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. If you can no longer attend and signed up, please see a Student Council representative to get your team's refund. Cost is $10 per team and limited to 5 students per team… sign-ups will continue during lunch waves this week. Get ready for a fun nigh with over $300 worth of prizes!






Posted by mdunia  On Apr 18, 2018 at 7:39 AM
  

Applications for the 2018 South Windsor Little League Baseball/Softball Scholarships are available in the Career Center. The Little League will award three $1000 scholarships to graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 who participated in the SW Little league. Deadline for submission is April 20, 2018.

Bobcat Robotics will be having fundraiser a local Mexican Grill Restaurant on Sullivan Ave. on Wednesday, April 18 from 5:00pm – 10:00pm. The team gets 20% of the proceeds. Please come out to support the team. See you there.

Calling all GSA members…we missed you at Monday's meeting. Please stop by Room 148 so that we can organize for next week.

A reminder to students interested in Clarkson University – an admissions representative will be in the Career Center after school today at 2:00pm. This is a great opportunity for seniors who are making final decisions or juniors who are starting their college search.

There are still appointments available for Wednesday's Blood Drive. Come and help save 3 lives with your one donation. Can't give blood this time? Have a friend or family member who can donate come to the drive. For appointments, see Mrs. Belval in Room 204. 

The Strategy Club will meet this week on Wednesday in Room 146.

Hey foodies. The Cooking Club will be planning our delicious menu this Wednesday after school in Room 105. We'll be cooking next Wednesday, April 25. To reserve your spot, please give $5 to Ms. Cliff or Sra. Ruiz. Money must be in by this Friday. 

Reminder…the Italian Club will be cooking pasta Thursday from 2:00pm-4:00pm. Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 by tomorrow if you would like to participate.  

Trivia Night has been rescheduled to Thursday night from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the cafeteria. If you cannot longer attend and signed up, please see a Student Council representative to get your team's refund. Cost is $10 per team and limited to 5 students per team… sign-ups will continue during lunch waves this week. Get ready for a fun nigh with over $300 worth of prizes!

Athletic News:
- Congratulations to the boys’ volleyball team for their victory over Bloomfield last night with JV winning 2-0 and Varsity 3-0. The team will travel to Glastonbury Wednesday night. Good luck to the team, and we hope to see you there.
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 17, 2018 at 8:55 AM
  

The Italian Club will be cooking pasta among other things after school on Thursday, April 19 from 2:00 pm -4:00 pm.  Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in Room 226 by Wednesday, April 18 if you would like to participate. Space is limited and is first come, first served.

The Writing Center is recruiting current sophomore and junior writing tutors for 2018-2019 school year. If you like to write, like helping others, and feel you'd make a great tutor, we'd love to hear from you. Please see your English teacher for an application which is due Tuesday. If you have any questions, see Ms. Pieratti in Room 146 or Mrs. Howard in Room 134.

This Thursday from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm, the Art Department will have its annual art show at the town library. Come see art work from all the schools and look for your friends' work. 

Attention all South Windsor High School students! The Trivia Night has been rescheduled to Thursday, April 19 from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm in the cafeteria. If you can no longer attend and signed up, please see a Student Council representative to get your team's refund. Cost is $10 per team and limited to 5 students per team. Student Council members will be collecting money from teams signing up through lunch waves throughout the week. There will be over $300 worth of prizes! Categories for trivia will range from sports to pop culture to high school staff and more. Get ready for a fun night!

The Science Fiction/Fantasy Club will meet today after school in Room 127. Join us to watch and discuss The Hunger Games. New members are always welcome.

A representative from Clarkson University will be in the Career Center after school tomorrow at 2:00pm. Please sign up in Naviance and arrive on time if you would like to learn more about Clarkson’s programs.

Athletic News:
-The Girls Track and Field team went against RHAM over April break in a very close meet. First place finishes were had in individual events by Katelyn Macomber, Isabelle Erikson, Shannon Anthony, Sarah Karasik. The 4x800 relay team of Marlena Klein, Lindsay Fishman, Isabelle Erikson and Jordan Roberts and 4X400 relay team of Anna Armstrong, Shannon Anthony, Missy Sullivan, and Elizabeth Martinez also scored first place points. The next girls’ track meet will be at Manchester on April 24.



Posted by mdunia  On Apr 16, 2018 at 8:07 AM
  

Juniors, please note...prom ticket sales end TODAY at 2:30pm. All ticket sales are electronic and can be purchased outside school hours using the link provided on the Class of 2019 Google classroom. Prom guest forms must be turned in by this date as well in order to purchase tickets. Tickets will ONLY be sold (for a fee of $105) past the deadline in cases that the administration deems as extreme.  If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hasler or Mrs. Caless. 

The Italian Club will be cooking pasta among other things after school on Thursday, April 19 from 2:00pm-4:00pm. Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226 by Wednesday, April 18th if you would like to participate. Space is limited and is first come, first served.

The following students have been selected as the Students of the Month for March. 
Christine Kang (9)
Emma Sansom (9)
Ananya Srivatsav (10)
Cooper Castellone (10)
Kyle Rondinone (11)
Rachell Taylor (11)
Caroline de Oliveira (12)
Nathan Grivers (12)
Congratulations to these well deserving students

The Connecticut Congressional Delegation hosts the 2018 Military Service Academy Night on Wednesday, April 25 at 6:00pm at the MG Maurice Rose Armed Forces Reserve Center in Middletown. All interested high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are invited to come learn about our nation’s military academies. An informational flyer is hanging on the Programs & Events board in the Career Center. You can also visit the website of any member of the Connecticut Congressional Delegation to find information about this event.

Six Flags New England is now hiring for summer positions. Visit “sixflagsjobs.com” or check out their flyer in the Career Center.

Student Council is hosting a Trivia Night on April 20 from 6:30pm-8:30pm in the cafeteria. Cost is $10 per team and limited to 5 students per team. Student Council members will be collecting money from teams signing up through lunch waves today.  

Last call…the CT State Board of Education is searching for two new 2018-19 Student Board Members. Any junior interested in applying should look for additional information and the posting in the Career Center. Completed applications must be postmarked on or before April 13 which falls during the April vacation…plan ahead.

NHS is in the process of collecting prom dresses, shoes, and accessories for those that cannot afford to buy them. Tomorrow is the last day to drop them at the lobby of the Community Center across the street from the high school. Short or long dresses are both acceptable; please bring them on hangers. 

Students 17 and older… today is the last day to sign up during lunch waves to donate blood on April 18. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Belval in Room 204.

Join the freshman class fundraiser tonight at your local Italian Ice place from 6:00pm–9:00pm. Hope to see you there.

Athletic News:
-The boys’ golf team won their home opener against RHAM High School by three strokes. The Bobcats posted 177 at Topstone Golf Course lead by match medalist Jared Walter’s 38.

-Girls’ tennis won their first match of the season 6-1 against Rocky Hill. The singles squad swept their lines and an outstanding performance by senior doubles team Kelly Kozon and Payal Shah took a win in a tie break. 

-Girls’ lacrosse took on Berlin High yesterday. Varsity came away with a hard-earned win of 12-10, and JV took the win 6-5. The girls take on Trumbull this Saturday at 10:00am. Come support the team! 

-Boys’ tennis had a decisive win 6-1 at Newington in the first match of the season.  Singles players Brandon Sze, Ronnak Saxena, and Parker Pacekonis won in straight sets and the doubles teams of Sam Kim & Donny Sauer, Jason Ricknbacher & Dan Zhu, and Elijah Wood & Jack Perry also won in straight sets. Neal Shah stepped in at the last minute for an ill player at 4th singles and played a great two set match. Thanks to Neal for being such a team player. The next match is Monday April 16 at home versus Glastonbury at 3:45pm.  Please come out and support the team; we would love to see you there.
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 06, 2018 at 9:04 AM
  

Attention Juniors...prom ticket sales end at 2:30pm tomorrow. All ticket sales are electronic and can be purchased using the link provided on the Class of 2019 Google classroom. Prom guest forms for guests who do not attend South Windsor High School must be turned in by this date as well in order to purchase tickets. Any extreme circumstances requiring the purchase of tickets past the 2:30pm deadline tomorrow will be sold at the cost of $105/ticket. Keep in mind that tickets will ONLY be sold past the deadline in cases that the administration deems as extreme. If you have any questions please see Mrs. Hasler or Mrs. Caless. 

The next Science Fiction/Fantasy Club meeting will be on April 16, the day we come back from vacation. Join us to watch and discuss The Hunger Games in Room 127. New members are welcome.

Attention students 17 and older, please sign up this week during lunch waves to donate blood on Wednesday, April 18. Your donation can help to save 3 lives! If you have questions please see Mrs. Belval in Room 204.

Applications for the 2018 South Windsor Little League Baseball/Softball Scholarships are available in the Career Center. The Little League will award three $1000 scholarships to graduating seniors from the Class of 2018 who participated in the SW Little league. Deadline for submission is April 20, 2018.

The Writing Center is recruiting current sophomore and junior writing tutors for 2018-2019 school year. If you like to write, like helping others, and feel you'd make a great tutor, we'd love to hear from you. Please see your English teacher for an application which is due Tuesday, April 17. If you have any questions, see Ms. Pieratti in Room 146 or Mrs. Howard in Room 134.

Interact Club will hold the April whole club meeting today at 2:05pm in the Seminar Room.

The Freshman Class of 2021 will be having a fundraiser at your local Italian Ice place tomorrow night from 6:00pm – 9:00pm. Hope to see you there.

Students that attended the Voya Financial Job Shadow need to see Ms. Cruz today for a Junior Achievement form to complete. Also students attending the Bushnell Job Shadow tomorrow need to see Ms. Cruz for the Junior Achievement form to complete as well, and please report to the lobby at 7:50am on Friday April 6 for the trip. 

Athletic News:
-On Tuesday, girls’ lacrosse took on Newington High School. Despite the downpour, varsity came away with an 18-1 victory and JV took a 10-2 victory.  

-There will be a meeting today in Room 111 at 2:10pm for all returning boys’ basketball players.

-Congratulations to the boys’ volleyball team for another clean sweep win last night at Enfield. The JV team won 2-0 and varsity 3-0. Best of luck to the team tomorrow night when they travel to play out-of-league opponent, Lewis Mills.
Posted by cdoherty  On Apr 05, 2018 at 9:11 AM
  
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