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Daily High School Announcements

Announcements

April 26, 2017

PROM

Prom tickets are on sale today during high school lunch. Single tickets are $20.00. Couples tickets are $30.00. Seniors will get one ticket free but must purchase a single ticket for their date at the price of $20.00. Prom Committee members will also get in free but must purchase a single ticket for their date at the price of $20.00. No Exceptions!!

ANNUAL DAY

Extra yearbooks will be available to purchase on annual day (May 3) if you did not order one. They are $50.

RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISER

Hickman County Relay for Life this year will be held on Saturday, June 3rd on the Courthouse Square from 5:00 to 9:00. One of the fundraisers involves earning the opportunity to throw a pie in Mr. Estes’ face on May 3rd. We will be selling chances to the staff and student body. The cost is 1 chance for $1.00 or 5 chances for $3.00, and we have to raise a minimum of $500.00. If you help us reach this goal and fight cancer, you could be the lucky winner of the chance to put a pie in Mr. Estes’ face. See Mrs. Suzette to buy a ticket. We really need help raising money if you want to see Mr. Estes get a pie in the face.

Staff, don’t forget Mr. Estes has approved for you to wear jeans on Monday until the end of the year if you pay $2.00 each Monday. Some have paid for the rest of year so they don’t have to remember to do it on Mondays. Thanks for all the help in raising money for Relay for Life. We have raised the 500.00 for pie in the face fundraiser. Thanks for helping us reach our goal.

ANNUAL DAY

Annual Day is May 3rd. Please check the office window or the bulletin board outside Mrs. LeClere’s door to see if you owe anything. Balance is due on May 3rd and must be paid in order to pick up your yearbook.

LIBRARY BOOKS

All library books are due to be returned by Friday, May 5 unless needed for a specific class assignment.

KENTUCKY FOREST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (KFLP)

Are you interested in the environment and want to know more about forest, trees, insects, water and wildlife? The KFLP program offers three different educational tracks: Forestry, Entomology and Wildlife. Students will be taught and mentored by resource professionals from the University Of Kentucky’s Departments of Forestry, Entomology and Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, the Kentucky Division of Forestry and the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The program is held at the University of Kentucky’s Lake Cumberland 4-H Education Center. The program has a limited enrollment of 25 students that are either in-coming juniors or seniors that have at least a 2.0 GPS. KFLP will be held June 4-9, 2017. Deadline for Registration is May 5, 2017. More information is available in the guidance office.

ACT

The registration deadline for the June 10th ACT is Friday May 5th. Register online at www.actstudent.org. Our school code is 180485. The fee is $42.50. Juniors and Seniors on free/reduced lunch may request a fee waiver from the guidance office. Students are allowed to use 2 fee waivers total during their Jr. and Sr. years.

SENIOR SPOTLIGHT

From now until the end of April, Clinton Bank sponsors ads in our local newspapers featuring seniors and spotlighting their accomplishments. In order to be published in the ad, each senior must submit a completed Senior Spotlight form, a print or digital photo of his or her favorite senior picture, and a copyright release granting permission to publish the photo. These items can be returned to Mrs. Stairs in the library or emailed to [email protected].

INTERESTED IN POLITICS OR GOVERNMENT?

The Legislative Page Program is a supervised, educational experience that involves serving General Assembly members in the Kentucky Senate Chamber. Although pages generally have one Senate sponsor, they perform a valuable service for all senators and staff by delivering messages, running errands, copying material, and delivering bills. Pages should be 12-18 years of age. Parents are responsible for getting the page to the Page Clerk’s office, located inside the Capitol in Frankfort. If you are interested in participating in the Page Program for State Senator Stan Humphries, applications are available in the guidance office.

Today’s lunch: ribbette sandwich, corn on the cob, baked beans, bread sticks, deli sandwich, salads, yogurt & granola, fruit, milk

Thursday’s breakfast: donuts


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