1.Attention students this announcement is concerning prom so please listen. More tickets have been made available and tickets will only be sold to students during their assigned lunch period. Tickets will be equally divided between all lunch periods. Student must have ID showing their lunch period in order to buy tickets. Teachers do not release students early so they can get downstairs all students must remain in class until the bell.
2. Attention NHS Members: Make plans to attend our next general meeting: Thursday March 30th – in the Auditorium. The meeting will start at 2:50. Topic: NHS Induction Ceremony (Saturday April 01st) Have a positive day Rufus King, Mr. Wagner
3.Hello MangaClub members, there will be a meeting this Thursday.
4.Juniors, are you interested in learning more about the college admissions process? Your school counselors along with college admissions reprsentatives from the University of Chicago are offering a College admissions Workshop this summer. We will explore, “What Makes a Great College Application, the College Essay, and Understanding Financial Aid”. Please stop in 212 to pick up an interest form. Space is limited, so stop in the counseling office today to pick up your interest form!
5.Service as Action Freshman and sophomores: Milwaukee Public Museum is looking for high school students aged 15 or older volunteer in their exhibits. Get resume-worthy skills like communication, group presentation, time management, and teamwork—all while talking about the awesome natural and cultural history exhibits. Volunteers must be friendly and willing to engage with the museum’s guests. There are a number of topics you can explore, including dinosaurs, bugs, Native Americans, mummies and more. In addition, there will opportunities in the Demonstration Kitchen through June. Stop in the library today for an informational flyer. Ms. Thompson, MYP Coordinator
6.Juniors! If you have not already turned in your college planning forms, Please turn your forms (Student Profile, College Planning Questionnaire, Request for Recommendation, Senior Review,) in to your counselor ASAP!
7.WHHOHOOOOOOO (recording of an elephant) That’s the sound of the elephant in the room, So let’s talk about it! The Red Elephant Project helps women and young girls in Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda with supplies for their menstrual cycle. It has been known that these women and young girls use mattress stuffing , leaves, and other horrible items during their monthly cycles and often stay home from school. Help the Red Elephant Project by purchasing T-Shirts for just $10!!!! and help young women get an education!
8.Rufus King is collecting Box Tops for Education through April 15th. Remind your family to cut out Box Tops, place them in an envelope with your name and grade, and drop them in a collection box in the Attendance office or Main office. The winner will get a $25 gift certificate to the restaurant of their choice. Rufus King staff is also eligible for this contest! Start saving!
9.The Blood Drive is scheduled for THIS Friday. We still need some brave students to step up to the plate, and give the Gift Of Life!!! Do you know that EVERY 2 seconds someone in the United States needs blood? DO you know that EVERY day over 38,000 pints of blood are needed in our country to keep up with the current demand? DO you know that your donation can save up to 3 lives? Who needs that blood, you ask? Ask Ms. Fagnan Ask some one in your family who is suffering with Cancer. Ask some who had major Surgery. Ask Mr. Schneider. Ask someone who was in a car accident. Ask some someone who had to deal with a difficult child birth. I think you get the idea. In the time it took me to read this announcement 18 people needed blood. Will YOU be that hero? Sign up for the Blood Drive ends today, so, PLEASE sign up during your lunch hour – give the Gift Of Life!!!!
10.Mr. Wenzels JV Softball team defeated Bradley Tech yesterday 23 to 7. Come see them play Bay View today at Garden Holmes 430 start
11.The girls soccer program started the 2017 season Tuesday night at Custer Stadium, hosting the Greenfield Hawks. The JV lost 0-1 in a competitive and exciting match. The varsity won 3-0. Junior Abby Mucha scored two goals in the first half and freshman Sophia Anger recorded her first varsity goal off a great free kick. Sophomore goalie Zoe Foster recorded the shutout, with senior captain Sophia Saito and sophomore sweeper Bella Burzinski playing solid defense in front. Both teams are back in action Thursday night at Cedarburg.
12.Atencion! Ethnic Fest is just around the corner. We will be celebrating this event on Friday, April 7th. Don’t forget we will have great performances by our very own clubs which will be followed by authentic cuisine, henna tattoos and much more! Don’t forget to bring some dinero on April 7th.
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