Thursday March 5, 2020 - A Bell, Day 3
We apologize that we have missed so many birthdays this week, and we’d like to send out warm belated birthday greetings to the following students:
Tuesday 3/3 was: Monique Nevia & Gabrielle Straface
Wednesday 3/4 was: Joe Gannon, Alex Meyer, Rob Meyer, Stevie Meyer, Taylor Schaub,
McKayla Holland, & Julia Fellmeth
Happy Birthday today to:
From the Ministry Office:
Msgr. Bolger will be saying mass today at the 5th period.
From the Academic Affairs Office:
Students who have applied for enrollment in AP Language/Composition for next year are reminded that the entrance writing test is also required. The AP Language and Composition entrance writing test is THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 6 DURING HOMEROOM.
Our last competition is Monday, March 9th. Please meet after school in room 127.
The HOSA convention team should meet Dr. Halloran in Lab Room 322 after announcements today for a brief meeting on the HOSA convention schedule and testing schedules.
During this Friday's B-Bell all HOSA members should attend the meeting in lab room 322 to get permission forms and pizza forms for this year's In-House HOSA Convention to be held in the Guidance Center on Thursday, March 12, 2020.
We are holding our Easter Basket drive for children at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Please come to the meeting in room 301 after school TODAY to help out.
From the College and Career Counseling Center
Attention Students: College reps from Stockton University and U.S. Marines Corp will be visiting on Monday March 9, 2020. If you are interested in attending either of these institutions you must sign up through Naviance by Monday morning.
There is still time to learn to drive!!! The last Driver's Ed classes of the year will start on Monday, March 23rd and run until Wednesday, April 23rd. Classes are held every Monday and Wednesday after school in room 211. Forms can be printed out from the Website or picked up in Room 245. Completed forms and money should be turned into Room 245 as well.
The Girls tennis team is looking for players for the Fall 2020 season. No prior playing experience is necessary. This is a great opportunity to play a fall sport and make new friends. Please come to an informational meeting on TOMORROW at 7:45 AM in the Student Center to learn more about playing on the Wood girls’ tennis team.
Good writing is hard work! If you've been doing a writing assignment for one of your classes, and you’re struggling with it, stop by the Learning Commons today and every Tuesday and Thursday for some help! Mr. Velten, a retired English teacher, can help you raise that writing to the next level, maybe for a higher grade. Once again, for help with your writing, stop by the Learning Commons today during your lunch period."
From the Student Affairs Office
On Friday, we will have an optional Dress Down Day to benefit Vikingthon, which takes place that evening from 3:00 - 9:00 PM. Bracelets for the Dress Down Day will cost $2 and can be purchased in the cafeteria tomorrow during all lunches and Friday morning in homeroom. All students must wear the bracelet that they will receive for the Dress Down Day; these will be distributed to all students in HR on Friday. (Even the students who pay on Thursday will get the bracelet on Friday.) Those participating in the Dress Down Day should wear something pink or gold to show awareness for childhood cancer.
Please remember. there should be no:
- flip flops
- clothing with inappropriate wording or images
- bare midriffs or crop tops
Thank you for your support of this wonderful cause. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Sources say that people saying “boo” to their friends has risen by 85% in the last year. This is a frightening statistic.