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Daily Bulletin

October 18, 2019

                                                                                                

The parking lot is ALWAYS closed during brunch. Starting next week you need to utilize your lockers as the parking lot rules will be enforced.

A friendly reminder to students and teachers- the classroom should be a cell-phone free environment in order to reduce unnecessary distractions.  Place your phone in the designated phone holders upon entry of a classroom. Thank you for supporting your colleagues and peers in this effort.

Hey Trojans! Have you ever been interested in Christianity and possibly finding your purpose in life? Come to the Christian club today at lunch in room 402.  All students are welcome no matter what you believe or don’t believe. See you there. 

Go to room 14 today at lunch for Art club.  We will be decorating pumpkins.

Please remember to put your trash into the trash cans! Help keep your campus clean.

If you buy your yearbook or baby ad by or before Oct. 25 you will receive a special treat from the yearbook class for Halloween! Buy them ASAP online at yearbooksforever.com or in the student store.

Heyy Trojans! The season of Jitters is finally here! It’s a low-key talent show where anyone can perform a talent in front of their peers.  It’s held in the cafeteria on October 30th at 6pm. There are sign-up sheets in every class, so go & sign up!

College visits in the CCC:

Michigan State University today at 1pm

Tuesday October 22nd Babson College at lunch, Beacon College at 12:15, Boston College at 1pm and Dartmouth College at 2pm.

Wednesday October 23rd Northwestern University 9:55am and University of California, Los Angeles, UCLA 2:40

Thursday October 24th Scripps College at lunch.

Friday October 25th St. Lawrence University at 9:55am.

Twelve Angry Jurors: What happens when a jury deliberates on a murder trial? Does a kid who looks guilty really stand a chance? Come see Twelve Angry Jurors next Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening at 7:30 in the Performance Hall. Tickets are $5 for students and $10 for the general public and will be available at the student store beginning on Tuesday or at the door.  

The Student Store is closed until Tuesday.

No School Monday! No School Monday!

The daily bulletin provides important information about student activities, athletics, school deadlines, contest or scholarship opportunities, and college representative visits. The daily bulletin will be read during the announcement period before 4th period Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and before 5th period on Wednesday. 

If students miss the reading of the daily bulletin it will be posted here. It is the student’s responsibility to keep up with the information contained in the daily bulletin.