Advisory Group Announcements for February 4

AG Announcements – 2/04/1There will be a 7th grade class meeting on Tuesday at noon in Natalie’s room.  We will be discussing and organizing our upcoming bake sale.

There will be a mandatory SHORT open house volunteer meeting at the beginning of lunch this Wednesday in Jen’s room.  If you are planning on volunteering at the open house this Thursday you need to attend.  If you have a conflict with another meeting, see Jen before Wednesday.

The FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) College Night has been changed from Tuesday February 5th to Tuesday February 12 , 6:30 – 8:00 PM.

Terra Nova Assessment: Tuesday Feb 5 & Wednesday February 6th.  All 7th grade students need to be in the MPR Room at 8:30 AM.

Terra Nova Assessment:  7th Grade    8:30 MPR Room       Tuesday Feb 5            Wednesday Feb 6 

                                                          95 minutes                    70 minutes

Make up testing: February 7 and/or 8  

High school mock trial team: We are having a work session after school on Tuesday to finish our case preparation. Come and work and be there at lunch on Friday to begin to work as witnesses.

The sophomore class is selling Valentine Grams this week during lunch starting Tuesday. Buy one for all the special someones in your life.

Everyone should come to the dance on Friday. Dress as a famous due, such as Bonnie and Clyde, Sunny and Cher,  or Peanut butter and jelly.

Students who would like to offer a peer-taught during spring intensives should present their proposals to the staff on Monday, February 25th.

Providence Alaska Medical Center is hosting a Career Night on Wednesday, Feb. 4th, from 3 – 7 p.m. in the PAMC’S East & West Auditorium. The fair provides students with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with many professional staff–including nurses, physicians, therapists, technologists, social workers and counselors who work in a variety of specialties and medical settings. If you  are interested in the heath profession this is a great opportunity.

Nurse Anne organizing a clothing drive for big Brothers and Big Sisters. This drive is going to be different in that it will be for both clothing exchange and clothing donation. Bring clothes that you have outgrown but are still in good shape and sort them according to male/female, pants, jackets, shirts, etc. Label the bags before you bring them in (a black marker works on plastic bags). The  clothes will be in the gym after school on Thursday the 14th and students can sort through them for anything they might want. You can even go in the locker room to try them on if you need to. Thank Dale for this great idea. It will be like a free shopping spree!

We need students volunteers to help with the open house this Thursday, February 7th from 6:30 to 8 pm. If you are outgoing and talkative and would like to greet people at the door and conduct tours, please submit your name to your adviser or talk to Nurse Anne.  If you prefer helping with serving ice cream and cleaning up at the end of the evening, that is an option as well. Your assistance will be greatly appreciated.   

This week, February 4th through February 8th is National School Counseling Week. Please wish our fantastic counselor, John, a great week and let him know how very much he is appreciated! 

There will be a Planet Steller meeting on Wednesday, February 6th at noon in Ken’s room. New and old members are encouraged to come! We also would appreciate help with the recycling Monday at lunch or after school. If you have questions, see Maya Heubner or Wright Franklin.

Just a reminder that tomorrow, Tuesday February 5th at 3:00 pm is the deadline to sign up guests for our dance this coming Friday.  Please don’t wait until the last minute to sign up!!!