All Students

RECYCLING TODAY - Please have a student take the recycling bin from each classroom to the top of the east staircase on the appropriate level.  Thank you for your help!!

PROM:  If you are attending Prom this Saturday evening, April 27th, YOU MUST ATTEND SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, APRIL 26TH.  Also, remember to have your CURRENT Student ID with you on Saturday evening.  If you are bringing a Guest from another school, they will need to have their current Student ID, as well.  If you plan to have pictures taken from VIP Photography here beginning at 5:15 – 5:45 p.m., please have your picture packet form filled out with your payment included. Prom Bus information will be posted later this week.  (Redig 4/22)

There are hundreds of people who are homeless in Lake County on a given night.  Many of those people are women and children.  Some are victims of domestic violence or sexual assault.  You can make a difference!  FCA and Interact are collecting any unused kitchen, cleaning supplies, and/or money today through Thursday, April 25th for the Lake County Haven.  The three 2nd period classes that donate the most will win a free breakfast!  Each non-perishable item will count for $1.00 towards your classes total.  Here is a link for more specific items accepted for donation (cash is always accepted and much appreciated).  Help out a great cause and start donating now.  We CAN do it!! (Pagani/Whitescarver 4/22)

Happy Day of Solidarity!  Today is the SAGA-sponsored annual Day of Solidarity when we can all show and pledge our support of the LGBT+ community!  If you’re wearing RED today, thanks for your support!  Even if you didn’t wear red, you can stop by SAGA’s Day of Solidarity Table to pledge your support of LGBT+ students, and get a sticker to sport proudly on your chromebook!  While you’re at the table, if you make a donation to the Trans Student Educational Resources, you’ll also get some additional swag.  On Wednesday, be sure to also stop by our booth at the Unity Fair in order to listen to podcasts produced by the Social Justice Literature class featuring some amazing interviews with LGBT+ students.  Thanks for spreading some support, awareness, and love!  (Christian/Abood 4/22)

Happy DARING Week!  Don’t forget to stop by the SAGA booth TODAY during lunch periods to sign a pledge of support!  Tuesday - Juniors and Seniors can sign their PROMise Pledges in the foyer during lunch periods for a chance to win a prize!  Wednesday is the Unity Fair! We’ll do attendance, so please come for your study hall!! Get 6 stamps on your passport and you’ll get a prize!  Thursday – Impaired Driving Obstacle Course in the visitor’s parking lot!  Seniors get to jump the line!  Friday – Senior Assembly and FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY for Juniors and Seniors outside in the Visitor’s parking lot!  Just $10! Told you there was a lot to look forward to!! (Dillon 4/22)

Did you see the fantastic performances of “The Old Man and the Old Moon” last week and wish you could have been a part of it? Well, now you can join the fun! We are auditioning the show to take to Theatre Fest during the 2019-2020 school year, and we need to fill the roles that our amazing Seniors played. We are looking for two character actors, one puppeteer, and two singers. We will hold auditions immediately after school this Thursday, April 25th in the Studio Theatre. If you can't make that date, see Ms. Freichels to set up an individual alternate audition date. Auditions are open to all Freshmen through Juniors. All auditionees should see Ms. Freichels for audition scenes and music to prepare.  (Freichels 4/22)