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News Show & Daily Announcements: Thursday, October 17, 2019
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Thursday, October 17, 2019

Upcoming Events:

October 24, 2019: Report cards and Parent/Teacher Conferences (3:30—7 pm)

October 25, 2019 will be a make-up day of school for the day missed due to Hurricane Dorian.

October 31, 2019: Yearbook Pre-order Deadline ($45 for Seniors and $40 for underclassmen). Senior ad page deposits (not final payments) are due. Senior letters and pictures for ads are due.

Homecoming Announcements: 

Class Presidents and Student Body President need to meet with Coach Brian Welch today (10/17) during morming break.

October 18: Homecoming Queen Elections

                  Iron Man Volleyball Waivers due to Coach Brian Welch

October 21—25: Homecoming Week

Homecoming Week Dress Up Days:

Monday: Tourist Day

Tuesday: Yee Haw Day

Wednesday: Duo Day

Thursday:  9th-Alice in Wonderland


                11th-Willy Wonka

                12th High School Musical

Friday: Gold and Black


Date: October 25, 2019

Line-up Time: 3:30-3:45 (JHS Sr. Parking Lot)

Parade Time: 4:00

Location: Main Street (from the Dollar General to Marion Street)

 Senior Homecoming Court: For the parade, you will need to find a convertible and a driver. The car will carry the senior football player and his candidate.

 Class Representatives: For the parade, you will be riding on your class float.

Teams and other participants: For the parade, you may ride in a truck, on a float, or you may walk. If you choose to ride in a truck, you must provide the truck and driver. If you choose to ride on a float, you must provide the float.

 Anyone who is participating MUST let Mrs. Gough know by Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019. Each person who is riding on a float does NOT have to tell her!

Also, if you have questions, see Mrs. Gough.

Guidance Announcements

Junior and Senior Boys Are Reminded to Register with Selective Services

This is a reminder that males will need to register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. They preregister 3 months after their 17th birthday! It only takes 45 seconds to register online, and it can affect eligibility for college loans, grands, and federal employment opportunities. Go to to register.

Early Admission College Applications for Seniors:

All seniors are also reminded to start the college application process for the college/university of their choice. Most colleges/universities have online applications that can be completed quickly and easily. Each college/university has its own individual cutoffs and deadlines so pay close attention to these deadlines. As a general rule, October 15th is considered the best deadline to have all of your college applications completed and submitted! Once you have submitted your college applications, please let Ms. Washington in the guidance office know where you have applied so she can send them your standardized test scores. You will also need to request your transcript through Parchment to complete the application process. If Ms. Washington is not available, fill out the guidance request form in the front office and leave it in her box.

SENIORS are also reminded to check out the Scholarship Board outside the back door of the Guidance Office on a regular basis for scholarship information and opportunities that come through her office.

Also check out the guidance web page on the school website for more information and links to college and scholarship opportunities.



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