Thursday, April 19, 2012 Morning Announcements
Penn State is hosting an informational meeting for Juniors and Sophomores who would like more information about their university. The meeting is on May third, from seven to nine p.m. at the Hampton Inn on Opossumtown Pike. Also, Hofstra University is hosting a Spring Open House on April twenty-ninth for Juniors. Registrations for both events is required, and more information is available in Guidance.
Attention to all students who would like to have fun, shop for cool things, work with kids, and help the environment at the same time, all while earning meritorious service hours. The Boonsboro GreenFest is Saturday, May 12th, and Mr. Haardt, that “hippie wannabe” needs volunteers to help. Please notice the GreenFest posters around campus. You can go to www.boonsborogreenfest.com
to sign up. Please see Mr Haardt or Mr. Zimmer for details and questions. The deadline to sign-up is April 30th. (4/29)
The Drama Boosters scholarship deadline has been extended to Friday, April 20th. Entries should be turned in to Ms. Head. (4/18)
Students who plan to take the May fifth or June second SAT may want to take a prep course offered by Middletown High School on April twenty-eighth from eight to ten a.m. Mrs. Larson will be teaching the English session, and Mrs. Anderson will teach the Math. Sign up in Guidance if interested. (4/27)
Prom is quickly approaching and tickets will be on sale soon. The Dance guideline form must be completed before you may purchase a Prom ticket. Forms are available in the cafeteria, the media center or front office, or you may get one from Ms. Cashdollar or Mrs. Mattingly.
SGA will be holding elections for all four offices (President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary) during the week of May1st. All interested individuals should see Mrs. Gibson or Mrs. Anderson this week and submit an application and speech no later than Monday, April 23rd.
Drama Club members should see Ms. Blair by Friday.
JUNIORS AND SOPHOMORES: Howard University is hosting several summer programs. More information is available in Guidance.
SENIORS: Do you plan to attend FCC next year? If so, stop by Guidance and pick up information on how to apply for up to two hundred scholarships that are available.
SENIORS: Senator David Brinkley is offering college tuition assistance through the Senatorial Scholarship. This was just received in Guidance and has a deadline of April twenty-fifth. Applications are available in Guidance.
Attention all AP students taking AP exams the weeks of May 7 through May 17:
A required meeting for ALL AP students to complete a required bubble sheet is scheduled for April 24 during block 2. Students with the last names A-K will be called to the auditorium at 9:08 am and will return to class around 9:50. Students with the last names L – Z will be called to the auditorium around 10:55 am and should bring their belongings as they will be dismissed from the auditorium to 3rd block. Students must bring a pencil and a book as a hard surface in order to fill out a required bubble sheet during the session. Students with scheduling conflicts such as CTC or work study must see Ms. Dillard or Ms. Jeffrey. A make up session is scheduled for those students on April 26 at 2:30 in room 208. (4/23)