The Elections have successfully ended. Thank you to all candidates who participated in this year’s election and to all students who chose to participate by voting yesterday! Sophomores, we appreciate your understanding of the need to revote yesterday. We would now like to announce the winning candidates from yesterday’s election. For the Sophomores . . . your President will be Audra Grimm and your Treasurer will be Angella Volchko for the 2013-14 school year. For the Juniors . . . your President will be Taylor McWilliams-Woods for the 2013-14 school year. Thank you again for everyone’s participation in the 2013 Spring Elections.
Don’t forget Project Unity is having a spectacular talent show tomorrow, Friday, April 26th in the auditorium from 7:00 to 9:00. All proceeds will be donated to Devon Conwell’s family.
Attention SAVE Club members- there will be a meeting in the back of the auditorium on Thursday, April 25th during 5th period. Please plan on attending!
Listen up Juniors! The prom meeting for parents that we had scheduled for this evening has been moved to tomorrow. The prom parent meeting is now scheduled for Thursday at 6:00 in the library. Please remind your parents!
Attention Seniors! Orders for Graduation announcements and accessory items will be delivered at school on Tuesday, April 30th during lunch periods in the concession stand.. Please make every effort to pick up your order and check it out immediately. Any questions, shortages or corrections to your order should be reported to the salesman on the delivery date.. Extra announcements will be sold on a first come first serve basis for $1.50 each. Anyone still interested in ordering a class ring can place one at this time also.
Due to unfortunate circumstances tomorrow’s Jazz Band Concert has been cancelled.
Amnesty International will have its final meeting of the year Wednesday, the 24th, after school in room 228. Please join us if you’re interested in getting more involved next year and have new ideas to make a difference in the world.
THANK YOU FRESHMEN for taking the time to vote during yesterday’s class officer election. The results are in . . . . Congratulations to Nicole Johnson. She will be serving as your Sophomore Class Vice-President for the 2013-14 school year. Thank you to ALL class officer candidates for participating in yesterday’s assembly.
And SOPHOMORES . . . make sure you VOTE TODAY during lunches for your class treasurer and class president. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!!
Faculty, Staff, and Students . . . if you are planning on attending the calling hours and/or service for Devon Conwell on Wednesday, the family has requested that you wear red and black to honor him. Thank you.
Anyone interested in wrestling –there will be lifting tonight from 5-6 at the weight room, and we will hold open mats tomorrow after school at Roosevelt in the wrestling room!
The Tennis Team defeated Woodridge Monday with close victories at 1st and 2nd doubles and 2nd singles. The Riders travel to Western Reserve Academy today.
Congratulations to the Girls Track and Field Team as they had two impressive wins over Coventry and Streetsboro to put them 2 and 0 in the league. Notable performances were from Madison Mercer in the shot, Simia Lott in the disc, Katie Morsefield and Libby Bradford in the hurdles. The 4×800 team of Sampson, Bradford, Davis and McClure, and Kaylie Murray in the 2 mile. Congratulations girls and good luck at Kenton on Friday.
Have you ordered your yearbook yet? If you haven’t, the deadline to order is this Friday, April 19th. Pick up an order form in the Activities Office. Don’t miss out on the memories!
Hey Ladies! Going to Prom? Do you need a dress? Shoes? Purse? Come to the Portage County Clothing Center for FREE dresses, purses and shoes on Thursday, April 18th from 6-8:00 p.m.
Anyone who drinks too much could give themselves alcohol poisoning, which is like a drug overdose. If you pass out from alcohol poisoning and don’t get medical attention immediately, you might die. Drunk people also die from passing out, puking and then choking on their own vomit. You might survive if you get help soon enough, if not you could die. Are you ready to put your life in the hands of a bunch of drunk people at a house party? Stay sober, stay safe, stay alive. Don’t drink.