Announcements 5/11/18


Announcements: Friday, May 11, 2018

BOOKSTORE – Students – The school year is rapidly coming to an end. If you have any outstanding debts, please stop into the bookstore and get them paid. Students must be debt-free to receive their yearbook or cap & gowns. (Little) 05/08, 05/09, 05/10, 05/11, 05/14, 05/15

Bookstore – Seniors: The items you ordered from National Graduation Products are here in the bookstore for you to pick up. STOP by the bookstore before school, at both lunches, or after school. (Little) 05/08, 05/09, 05/10, 05/11, 05/14, 05/15

Choir/Orchestra - Do you like movies? Come hear the final Choir and Orchestra concert “Hooray for Hollywood” performing pieces from James Bond, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Moana, Psycho, Enchanted and others. Admission is $3, but free to students with ID and THS staff. Concert is Friday May 11th at 7pm in the Auditorium. It will be epic! (Graybeal) 05/09, 05/10, 05/11

STUGO – Prom tickets are now on sale in the bookstore for $40 dollars for the rest of week during 1st and 2nd lunch as well as after school. Also don’t forget to vole for Prom Royalty, you can find the link on poster’s around the school. (Pavlik) 05/08, 05/09, 05/10, 05/11


The Grad Night trip to Magic Mountain is still on!

The deadline to sign up is next Wednesday, May 16th

The required paperwork is in the bookstore.

Moms from the committee will be at lunch this Friday collecting payment and paperwork.

Grab some friends and celebrate your last Fieldtrip together on this fun turn around trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain (CPA) 05/09, 05/10, 05/11

Looking for a sale? Go to the bookstore for a sale on spirit shirts. One for $8 or 2 for $15 for a limited time.(Kekic) 05/11, 05/14, 05/15

Mental Health Check-in!

As the end of the school year approaches, this is a friendly reminder to pay attention to how you’re feeling and to take care of yourself. With finals, graduation, and summer break approaching, this month can be particularly stressful, be, sure to take plenty of breaks while studying, utilize your coping skills, and don’t keep your emotions bottled up. If it all starts feelings like too much to handle, know the you’re not alone and our school community is here for you.

If you don’t feel comfortable reaching out to us, you can reach out to a trained teen counselor by calling or texting the Teen Lifeline number on the back of your student ID. (ILardo) 05/11, 05/14