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Applications are currently being accepted for leadership positions for the 2019 Model UN. Visit the Model UN Classroom (classroom code miscdw) for more information.

Attention SADD members on Team Green/Pink: Please sign up in Google Classroom for an activity for the Healthy Living Fest on March 6 at TE. If you have not joined the SADD Google Classroom, see Mrs. Rafalowsky in room 112 for the code.

The Chamber Orchestra will perform this Saturday, March 2 at 3:00 pm in the Wood Memorial Library. A ten dollar donation supports both the Library and our April trip to Festivals of Music in Boston. Come join us!

The Anti-Stress Club is sponsoring a ping pong tournament on Thursday, March 7 for testicular cancer awareness. Entrance fee is $5 and the winner will get a special prize.

Attention American Sign Language students: We are happy to announce that next year we will be piloting American Sign Language II. Please see Mrs. Eddy or Ms. Stoj for a recommendation and to sign up for the class for next year.

The Strategy Club will meet TODAY, Thursday, February 28 after school in room 7.  We're looking for people interested in playing board games and card games. 

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship. Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

Seniors: The Dollars for Scholars portal will close on March 15. While many of you have started applications, a large portion of you have not reached full applicant status. Come to School Counseling or the Career Center if you need help with your application. Don’t forget about the numerous other scholarship opportunities in Naviance. There are a few scholarships due before the end of this month and many more coming up with March deadlines.

The Science Fiction/Fantasy club will hold its next meeting on Monday, March 4 in room 127 from 2:00 -5:00 pm. Join us to watch and discuss Edge of Tomorrow.

SWHS will host a Blood Drive on March 6. Your donation could save up to two lives! Please sign-up by filling out the form posted on the Senior Google classroom, or online on the American Red Cross website. See Mrs. Belval in room 204 with any questions.

The next Italian Club meeting will be this Monday, March 4 right after school in room 226.  We'll be having pizza and a movie. Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226 to save a spot.  

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on Friday, March 1 from 6:00 pm to 1:30 am. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will hold an information session this Saturday, March 2 at 10 am at the Goodwin Hotel in Hartford. Students interested in creative careers in art or design will meet one-on-one with an admission representative, hear about student life at SCAD and discover how to launch a career in the creative industry. For more information, visit www.scad.edu/infosession

Students interested in a career in Pharmacy have an excellent opportunity to attend a FREE summer week at Western New England University from June 24-28.  The program will close to applicants once 50 students have registered so act quickly.  Visit www.wne.edu/pharmcamp for information and to apply.  This program is also listed in the Enrichment Programs section of Naviance.

This is National Teen Dating Violence Prevention Month. Students Against Destructive Decisions reminds you that everyone deserves a safe and healthy relationship that is based on respect, equality and honesty. Please remember to talk with a trusted adult if you or someone you know needs help. Love has many definitions, but abuse isn't one of them.  

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: The Capital Region Education Council (CREC) is looking for students interested in their CRILA (Cry-La) leadership academy. This prestigious academy meets monthly throughout the 2019-20 school year and its purpose is to train students towards becoming more effective leaders through various pieces of training and exercises. In addition, there is a 7-day camping trip in Maine this June for those accepted. If interested in applying or getting more details, please visit Mr. Leon in School Counseling.

Athletic News:

All athletes interested in Spring Sports must complete the athletic registration online and submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by Monday, March 4 in order to participate on the first day of tryouts on Saturday, March 16. Athletes that competed this fall or winter in a sport who are interested in a spring sport should notify office secretary Ms. Zaino or Ms. Mulcahy of this intent, so your paperwork can be rolled over to that spring sport. These athletes must also submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by March 4.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 28, 2019 at 8:57 AM
  

The South Windsor Sexuality and Gender Alliance will meet TODAY, Wednesday, February 27 at 2:00 pm in room 148. Are you interested in supporting LGBTQ rights and issues? Join us! 

The Japanese Club will meet TODAY, Wednesday, February 27 after school in room 230. Learn some Japanese, watch anime and eat some Japanese food.

There will be a brief meeting TODAY, Wednesday, February 27 from 2:05-2:20 pm in room 233 for all students involved in the Travel Club Fundraising Group. Please see Sra. Ruiz if you can't attend.

The Strategy Club will meet on Thursday, February 28 in room 7.  We're looking for people interested in playing board games and card games. 

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship. Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

There will be a Student Council meeting after school Wednesday February 27 in room 163. We will be planning for trivia night. Please attend.

Seniors: The Dollars for Scholars portal will close on March 15. While many of you have started applications, a large portion of you have not reached full applicant status. Come to School Counseling or the Career Center if you need help with your application. Don’t forget about the numerous other scholarship opportunities in Naviance. There are a few scholarships due before the end of this month and many more coming up with March deadlines.

SWHS will host a Blood Drive on March 6. Your donation could save up to two lives! Please sign-up by filling out the form posted on the Senior Google classroom, or online on the American Red Cross website. See Mrs. Belval in room 204 with any questions.

The next Italian Club meeting will be Monday, March 4 right after school in room 226. We'll be having pizza and a movie. Please bring $5 to Mrs. Zaccardelli in room 226 to save a spot.  

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on Friday, March 1 from 6:00 pm to 1:30 am. Get a team of 8-10 players and grab a packet during lunch waves. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

The Science Fiction/Fantasy club will hold its next meeting on Monday, March 4 in room 127 from 2:00 – 5:00 pm. Join us to watch and discuss Edge of Tomorrow.

Athletic News:

All athletes interested in Spring Sports must complete the athletic registration online and submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by Monday, March 4 in order to participate on the first day of tryouts on Saturday, March 16.  Athletes that competed this fall or winter in a sport who are interested in a spring sport should notify office secretary Ms. Zaino or Ms. Mulcahy of this intent, so your paperwork can be rolled over to that spring sport. These athletes must also submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by March 4.

There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the Boys Golf team in room 168 this Thursday, February 28 after school. Please see Coach Gray in the event you cannot attend this meeting.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 27, 2019 at 8:50 AM
  

The South Windsor Sexuality and Gender Alliance will be on Wednesday, February 27 at 2:00 pm in room 148. Are you interested in supporting LGBTQ rights and issues? Join us! 

Attention Sophomores and Juniors: The Capital Region Education Council (CREC) is looking for students interested in their CRILA (Cry-La) leadership academy. This prestigious academy meets monthly throughout the 2019-20 school year and its purpose is to train students towards becoming more effective leaders through various pieces of training and exercises. In addition, there is a 7-day camping trip in Maine this June for those accepted. If interested in applying or getting more details, please visit Mr. Leon in School Counseling.

The Japanese Club will meet on Wednesday, February 27 after school in room 230. Learn some Japanese, watch anime and eat some Japanese food.

There will be a brief meeting on Wednesday, February 27 from 2:05-2:20 pm in room 233 for all students involved in the Travel Club Fundraising Group. Please see Sra. Ruiz if you can't attend.

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship. Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

There will be a Student Council meeting after school Wednesday February 27 in room 163.  We will be planning for trivia night. Please attend.

Athletic News:

Today, Tuesday. February 26 at 2:10 pm in the cafe will be the last day for winter athletes to take the athletic survey.  Any winter athlete who has not already taken this survey is encouraged to attend. Athletes should bring a smart phone or their chrome book to take this survey which takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

All athletes interested in Spring Sports must complete the athletic registration online and submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by Monday, March 4, 2019 in order to participate on the first day of tryouts on Saturday, March 16. Athletes that competed this fall or winter in a sport who are interested in a spring sport should notify office secretary Ms. Zaino or Ms. Mulcahy of this intent, so your paperwork can be rolled over to that spring sport. These athletes must also submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by March 4.

There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the Boys Golf team in room 168 Thursday, February 28 after school. Please see Coach Gray in the event you cannot attend this meeting.

Congratulations to Cooper Nodden on winning the 170 pound State Open Championship on Saturday afternoon. He will now represent Bobcat Nation in the New England Championships in Providence.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 26, 2019 at 9:56 AM
  

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on Friday, March 1 from 6:00 pm to 1:30 am. Get a team of 8-10 players and grab a packet during lunch waves. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

The Japanese Club will meet on Wednesday, February 27 after school in room 230. Learn some Japanese, watch anime and eat some Japanese food.

The Anti-Stress Club is sponsoring a Ping Pong tournament on Thursday, March 7 for testicular cancer awareness. Entrance fee is $5 and the winner will get a special prize.

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship. Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

Seniors: The Dollars for Scholars portal will close on Friday, March 15. While many of you have started applications, a large portion of you have not reached full applicant status. Come to School Counseling or the Career Center if you need help with your application. Don’t forget about the numerous other scholarship opportunities in Naviance. There are a few scholarships due before the end of this month and many more coming up with March deadlines.

SWHS will host a Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 6. Your donation could save up to two lives! Please sign-up by filling out the form posted on the Senior Google classroom, or online on the American Red Cross website. See Mrs. Belval in room 204 with any questions.

There will be a brief meeting on Wednesday, February 27 from 2:05 - 2:20 pm in room 233 for all students involved in the Travel Club Fundraising Group. Please see Sra. Ruiz if you can't attend.

Have you always wanted to eat a burrito AND support your favorite robotics team at the same time? Have some chips and guac and support Bobcat Robotics at your Local Tex-Mex restaurant (on Hale Rd in Manchester) TONIGHT! Mention our team to the cashier and 33% of the proceeds will go to supporting the team!

There will be a Student Council meeting Wednesday, February 27 after school in room 163. We will be planning for trivia night. Please attend.

Athletic News:

All athletes interested in Spring Sports must complete the athletic registration online and submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by Monday, March 4 in order to participate on the first day of tryouts on Saturday, March 16. Athletes that competed this fall or winter in a sport who are interested in a spring sport should notify one of the office secretaries, Ms. Zaino or Ms. Mulcahy, of this intent so your paperwork can be rolled over to that spring sport. These athletes must also submit their physician’s statement and pay for play fee to the main office by Monday, March 4.

Tuesday, February 26 at 2:10 pm in the cafe will be the last day for winter athletes to take the athletic survey. Any winter athlete who has not already taken this survey is encouraged to attend. Athletes should bring a smart phone or their chrome book to take this survey which takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Any girls interested in playing Spring Lacrosse – there will be a meeting TODAY, Monday, February 25 at 2:10 pm in room 152.

There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the Boys Golf team on Thursday, February 28 after school in room 168. Please see Coach Gray in the event you cannot attend this meeting.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 25, 2019 at 8:57 AM
  

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on March 1 from 6:00 pm to 1:30 am. Get a team of 8-10 players and grab a packet during lunch waves. Get your packets in by TODAY to get your team a spot in this event. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

A representative from a gap year program called Rustic Pathways will be visiting the Career Center today at 10:00 am. If you have thought about taking time after high school to travel and pursue meaningful community service before moving forward with your other educational or career goals, this is a great opportunity to learn about how one of these programs works. If you are interested in attending, please check in with your 4th period teacher and then come to the Career Center with a pass signed.

The Japanese Club will meet on Wednesday, February 27 after school in room 230. Learn some Japanese, watch anime and eat some Japanese food. 

If you are interested in a career in the medical field and are also looking for a part-time job, Manchester Pediatric Associates has the perfect opportunity for you! They are looking to hire part-time help during weekday afternoons and evenings and occasional weekends. See the flier in the Career Center for more information and how to apply.

The SWHS Book Club's next book is Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. We will meet to discuss on Friday, March 15 at 2:05 pm in room 100. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Busa if you have any questions.

Yoga Club will meet Monday, February 25 at 2:15 pm in the Chorus room. Everyone is welcome. See Ms. Lane in room 6 with any questions.

Hey Bobcat Foodies! Next week, the Cooking Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, February 28 in room 105. Our menu features French toasts with strawberry sauce, tater tot casserole, sausage gravy and biscuits, cheesecake-stuffed strawberries, chocolate pudding, and more! Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff or Sra. Ruiz as soon as possible to reserve your spot in the kitchen.  

For students in grades 9-11, the PowerSchool Course Selection Portal is open until Monday, February 25. Please log into PowerSchool and select your courses for next year. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship! Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

Seniors: The Dollars for Scholars portal will close on March 15. While many of you have started applications, a large portion of you have not reached full applicant status. Come to School Counseling or the Career Center if you need help with your application. Don’t forget about the numerous other scholarship opportunities in Naviance. There are a few scholarships due before the end of this month and many more coming up with March deadlines.

SWHS will host a Blood Drive on March 6. Your donation could save up to two lives! Please sign-up by filling out the form posted on the Senior Google classroom, or online on the American Red Cross website. See Mrs. Belval in room 204 with any questions.

Athletic News:

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on Monday, February 25 after school in room 127. See Coach McCullough in 127 if you have questions.

Athletic Surveys for Boys hockey players and any other winter athletes that did not take the survey for their sport, will take place TODAY, Friday February 22 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe. The survey only takes 15-20 minutes and student-athletes should bring their Chromebooks or an iPhone to take the survey from a link that will be provided.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 22, 2019 at 9:07 AM
  

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on March 1 from 6:00 pm to 1:30 am. Get a team of 8-10 players and grab a packet during lunch waves. Get your packets in by this Friday to get your team a spot in this event. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

If you are interested in a career in the medical field and are also looking for a part-time job, Manchester Pediatric Associates has the perfect opportunity for you! They are looking to hire part-time help during weekday afternoons and evenings and occasional weekends. See the flier in the Career Center for more information and how to apply.

The Science Fiction / Fantasy Club will hold its next meeting TODAY, Thursday, February 21 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm in room 127. Join us to work on your own creative writing.

The SWHS Book Club's next book is Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. We will meet to discuss on Friday, March 15 at 2:05 pm in room 100. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Busa if you have any questions.

Art Club will meet TODAY, Thursday, February 21 after school in room 7. All are welcome, new and returning members. Come check out what kind of art classes you can sign up for next year.

There will be a Capstone assembly for all JUNIORS during 7th period TODAY, Thursday, February 21. Students will report to their 7th period class for attendance before proceeding to the auditorium.

Hey Bobcat Foodies! Next week, the Cooking Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, February 28 in room 105. Our menu features French toasts with strawberry sauce, tater tot casserole, sausage gravy and biscuits, cheesecake-stuffed strawberries, chocolate pudding, and more! Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff or Sra. Ruiz as soon as possible to reserve your spot in the kitchen.  

For students in grades 9-11, the PowerSchool Course Selection Portal is open until February 25. Please log into PowerSchool and select your courses for next year. Please see your School Counselor with any questions.

A representative from a gap year program called Rustic Pathways will be visiting the Career Center tomorrow, Friday, at 10:00 am. If you have ever thought about taking some time after high school to travel and pursue meaningful community service before moving forward with your other educational or career goals, this is a great opportunity to learn about how one of these programs works. If you are interested in attending, please sign up in Naviance and see Mrs. Carty for a pass.

Athletic News:

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on Monday, February 25 after school in room 127. See Coach McCullough in 127 if you have questions.

Congratulations to Khalise Harris and Maria Galley who were named to the CCC All-Conference Girls’ Basketball team.

Anyone interested in trying out for Softball this year, there will be a meeting TODAY, Thursday, February 21 after school in room 159. 

There will be a meeting for all girls interested in playing Golf TODAY, Thursday, February 21 at 2:00 pm in room 123. If you cannot make the meeting please see Coach Abbott.

Athletic Surveys for Boys hockey players will be held on Friday, February 22 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe. The survey only takes 15-20 minutes and student-athletes should bring their Chromebooks or an iPhone to take the survey from a link that will be provided.

Unified Sports has a home basketball game at 3:00 pm today in the Wapping Gym. Come out and show your support!
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 21, 2019 at 10:42 AM
  

Bristol Technical Education Center will hold an Open House on Thursday, March 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Current 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students are invited to attend and explore their interests in Bristol Tech’s career and technical programs including Precision Machining, Culinary Arts, Electronics, Automotive, HVAC and Welding. There is a flyer in the Career Center or for more information go to bristol.cttech.org.

SWHS will host a Blood Drive on March 6. Your donation could save up to two lives! Please sign-up by filling out the form posted on the Senior Google classroom, or online on the American Red Cross website. See Mrs. Belval in room 204 with any questions.

The Drug Free Committee is hosting the 6th Annual Volleyball Marathon on March 1 from 6:00 pm - 1:30 am. Get a team of 8-10 players and grab a packet during lunch waves. Get your packets in by this Friday to get your team a spot in this event. There will be food, drinks and raffle prizes.

If you are interested in a career in the medical field and are also looking for a part-time job, Manchester Pediatric Associates has the perfect opportunity for you! They are looking to hire part-time help during weekday afternoons and evenings and occasional weekends. See the flier in the Career Center for more information and how to apply.

Seniors: The Dollars for Scholars portal will close on March 15. While many of you have started applications, a large portion of you have not reached full applicant status. Come to School Counseling or the Career Center if you need help with your application. Don’t forget about the numerous other scholarship opportunities in Naviance. There are a few scholarships due before the end of this month and many more coming up with March deadlines.

The Science Fiction / Fantasy Club will hold its next meeting Thursday, February 21 from 2:00 – 4:00 pm in room 127. Join us to work on your own creative writing.

The SWHS Book Club's next book is Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. We will meet to discuss on Friday, March 15 at 2:05 pm in room 100. New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Busa if you have any questions.

Art Club will meet this Thursday, February 21 after school in room 7. All are welcome, new and returning members. Come check out what kind of art classes you can sign up for next year.

Juniors and Seniors looking to apply for a Language Honor Society, the deadline has been extended to TODAY, Wednesday, February 20. Please see your language teacher for the forms.

There will be a Capstone assembly for all JUNIORS during 7th period on Thursday, February 21. Students will report to their 7th period class for attendance before proceeding to the auditorium.

Hey Bobcat Foodies! Next week, the Cooking Club will be meeting after school on Thursday, February 28 in room 105. Our menu features French toasts with strawberry sauce, tater tot casserole, sausage gravy and biscuits, cheesecake-stuffed strawberries, chocolate pudding, and more! Bring $5 to Ms. Cliff or Sra. Ruiz as soon as possible to reserve your spot in the kitchen.  

 

 

Athletic News:

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on either TODAY, Wednesday, February 20 or Monday, February 25 after school in room 127. See Coach McCullough in 127 if you have questions.

Congratulations to Khalise Harris and Maria Galley who were named to the CCC All-Conference Girls’ Basketball team.

Anyone interested in trying out for softball this year, there will be a meeting Thursday, February 21 after school in room 159. 

Athletic Surveys will be held TODAY, Wednesday, February 20 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe for all boys & girls basketball players, dance team members, cheerleaders and gymnasts. Also any boys & girls indoor track members, wrestlers or swimmers who did not already take the survey are encouraged to attend today as well. Boys hockey players will take this survey on Friday, February 22 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe. The survey only takes 15-20 minutes and student-athletes should bring their Chromebooks or an iPhone to take the survey from a link that will be provided.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 20, 2019 at 9:05 AM
  

For students in grades 9-11, the PowerSchool Course Selection Portal is open until February 25. Please log into PowerSchool and select your courses for next year. Please see your School Counselor with any questions. 

Student Council is hosting a canned food drive for the basketball game against East Catholic TODAY, Tuesday, February 19. Fans that bring in 2 canned food items will get $2 off regular admission. Please support a good cause and come cheer on your Bobcats!

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday, March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship! Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves.

The following students have been named Students of the Month for January. They truly have shown excellence in academic, social, and civic expectations:
Grade 9: Elizabeth Burnham and Troy Puccio
Grade 10: Emily Bergstrom and Tyler Goudreault
Grade 11: Kinga Kempisty and Emmanuel Mokel                                                                     
Grade 12: Gurseva Kainth and Dan Kotait

Did you know that we have two different AP computer science classes? AP Mobile CSP is a super fun class where you program mobile apps, learn about big data and the internet, discuss cryptography and cyber security, and explore the ways technology influences our culture and economy. AP Computer Science is an introduction java programming, algorithms, and data for students with a B- in an honors math class or AP Mobile CSP. See Mrs. Lang in room 9 for more details.

Bristol Technical Education Center will hold an Open House on Thursday, March 7 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Current 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students are invited to attend and explore their interests in Bristol Tech’s career and technical programs including Precision Machining, Culinary Arts, Electronics, Automotive, HVAC and Welding. There is a flyer in the Career Center or for more information go to bristol.cttech.org.

The Science Fiction / Fantasy Club will hold its next meeting this Thursday, February 21 in room 127 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.  Join us to work on your own creative writing.

The SWHS Book Club's next book is Daughter of Smoke & Bone by Laini Taylor. We will meet to discuss on Friday, March 15 at 2:05 pm in Room 100. Come join us! New members are always welcome. See Mrs. Busa if you have any questions.

Athletic News:

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on either Wednesday, February 20 or Monday, February 25 after school in room 127.  See Coach McCullough in room 127 if you have any questions.

Anyone interested in trying out for softball this year, there will be an informational meeting Thursday, February 21 right after school in room 159. 

Athletic Surveys will be held on Wednesday, Feburary 20 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe for all boys & girls basketball players, dance team members, cheerleaders and gymnasts. Also any boys & girls indoor track members, wrestlers or boys swimmers who did not already take the survey are encouraged to attend on Wednesday as well. Boys hockey players will take this survey on Friday, February 22 at 2:10 pm in the Cafe. The survey only takes 15-20 minutes and student-athletes should bring their Chromebooks or an iPhone to take the survey from a link that will be provided.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 19, 2019 at 9:00 AM
  

If you were unable to attend the Relay For Life meeting last week, please see Ms. Lyons in room 145 to pick up a t-shirt order form. Also, please see our Google Classroom page for our meeting notes, including information about our upcoming bake sale. Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 7.

Students interested in applying to participate in Connecticut American Legion Boys State should see Dr. LaRochelle in School Counseling.

For students in grades 9-11, the PowerSchool Course Selection Portal is open until February 25. Please log into PowerSchool and select your courses for next year. Please see your School Counselor with any questions. 

Student Council is hosting a canned food drive for the basketball game against East Catholic on February 19. Fans that bring in 2 canned food items will get $2 off regular admission. Please support a good cause and come cheer on your Bobcats!

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship! Tickets will be $5 if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves after break!

The GSA will meet on Wednesday, February 13 at 2:00 pm in room 148. Exciting things are happening - come check it out! Please see Mrs. Stodd Knapp with conflicts or questions. New members are always welcome!

Athletic News:

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on either February 20 or February 25 after school in room 127. See Coach McCullough in 127 if you have questions.

Athletic surveys for all winter sports athletes will be held after school at 2:10 pm on the following days in the Café. Athletes should bring their phone or Chromebooks to complete the survey which should take approximately 15 minutes.
Wednesday, February 13 - Boys & Girls Indoor Track
Friday, February 22 – Boys Ice Hockey
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 13, 2019 at 10:40 AM
  

Students interested in applying to participate in Connecticut American Legion Boys State should see Dr. LaRochelle in School Counseling.

Yoga Club will meet TODAY, Monday, February 11 at 2:15 pm in the Chorus room. Everyone is welcome. See Ms. Lane in room 6 with any questions.

The South Windsor Patriotic Commission Annual Memorial Day Student Essay Contest is underway for 2019. Essay topics and awards are determined by grade level. Students in grades K through 12 may participate in the contest. Entry forms with full details are available in the Career Center. The contest ends on February 28.

For students in grades 9-11, the PowerSchool Course Selection Portal is open until February 25. Please log into PowerSchool and select your courses for next year. Please see your School Counselor with any questions. 

Bobcat Robotics will host a Pasta Dinner and Teacup Raffle on Saturday March 2 at 5:00 pm in the Cafeteria. Prizes include tickets to local attractions, restaurant gift cards, and so much more! Come support Bobcat Robotics in our mission to win a third world championship! Tickets will be $5 dollars if you buy ahead of time and will be sold during lunch waves after break!

The GSA will meet on Wednesday, February 13 at 2:00 pm in room 148. Exciting things are happening -- come check it out! Please see Mrs. Stodd Knapp with conflicts or questions. New members are always welcome!

Athletic News:

Congratulations to the South Windsor Varsity Cheerleading team for taking third place at Windsor Warriors this weekend. Come watch them compete for the Central Connecticut Conference Championship this Saturday, February 15 at Glastonbury High School at 5:00 pm.  

Any girls interested in joining Outdoor Track and Field, especially those new to the sport, should attend a short informational meeting on either February 20 or February 25 after school in room 127. See Coach McCullough in 127 if you have questions.

Athletic surveys for all winter sports athletes will be held after school at 2:10 pm on the following days in the SWHS café. Athletes should bring their phone or Chromebooks to complete the survey which should take approximately 15 minutes.
Tuesday, February 12 – Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Dance Team, Cheerleading and Gymnastics
Wednesday, February 13 - Boys & Girls Indoor Track
Friday, February 22 – Boys Ice Hockey
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 11, 2019 at 8:51 AM
  
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