On Friday, October 30, twelve senior students took a couple hours out of their day to visit Stanton during lunch. Jordan Bedell, Abby Bradford, Katie Breiding, Alyssa Bush, Anastasia Ehlert, Emily Hook, Jordyn Kovolyan, Dalton Lee, Manuel Rocha, John Robison, Marcus Rogers, and Liz Thomas interacted with the middle school students, discussing the importance of character and making good decisions to help promote Red Ribbon Week. Their involvement was well-received by the middle school students. Thanks again, to these high school seniors for taking the time to share their ideas with younger students in our district!
Attention all seniors going on the Senior Retreat- fundraising packets are now in the Activities Office. The profit from your sales will go towards your individual trip. See any of the Senior Retreat chairs if you have any questions.
Audition packets for the winter musical are hot off the presses! Pick yours up from the scene shop bookshelf. Auditions are the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Hey Seniors! Listen up! Your Class of 2010 Super Senior Class Picture is on display in the Activities Office window. Any senior who would still like to place an order may still do so by going on line to www.panoramaphoto.com For more information, please stop by the Activities Office and see Mrs. DeLeone or Miss Myers.
Coming soon to RHS the Dram Guild’s Fall Play-A Most Curious Phenomenon. Buy your tickets next week during lunches Wednesday through Friday. The curtain opens next Thursday, Nov 19th!
Did someone say DREAM CATCHER lab? That’s right, anyone from Leadership Retreat that wants to finish their dream catcher, come to Mrs. Titus’ room 520 Thursday, 11/12 during all 3 lunches. Bring your unfinished dream catcher.
Attention Leadership retreat delegates- are you forgetting something? If you lost something on the retreat, like green flip flops. Jeans or even a pillow, see Miss Myers in the Activities Office or Mrs. DeMarco in room 114 ASAP! To all delegates, thanks for coming and Live Out Loud!
Attention SENIORS! The first non-refundable payment of $100.00 for the Senior Retreat is now being collected by Mrs. Pifer in the main office. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to see New York City!
Come mix it up at Project Unity’s Fashion/Talent Show this Friday, 11/13 in the cafeteria at 7:00 p.m. Come see your friends dance, sing and much more. Tickets will be on sale during lunch the rest of the week and at the door. Anyone who signed up for the show needs to attend the dress rehearsal after school tomorrow, 11/12 in the cafeteria. Please bring your outfits and music!
Ole! The deadline to sign up for the trip to Puerto Rico over Spring Break 2010 has been extended! See one of the Spanish teachers if you would like to go. Non-Spanish students and adults are welcome.
A phone that was found in Career Ed and turned in late October, has not been claimed. If you lost your phone and you think it might be yours, stop by the Career Ed office to identify it.
The Special Olympic Team competed Saturday at Wooster High School to qualify for the state meet in Columbus. The following athletes qualified-Laura Smith, Andrew Sickle, Nick Menasian and Madison Morsefield. Congratulations and good luck at the state meet on Dec. 20th. Volunteers are needed for the annual swim clinic on Dec. 4th at Roosevlet. See Mrs. Ferlito for volunteer applications. Every volunteer receives a t-shits and joins in the pizza party following the event.
Come to Amnesty International on Thursday, November 12th in room 226 right after school. There will be African food, music and letter writing. We will also be showing a movie about the conflict in Dafur. Hope to see you there!
The results of the Freshman Election are in! Student Council would like to congratulate all who participated in this year’s election. Your hard work and enthusiasm were amazing throughout this entire process. And now for the results:
President Hannah Flannery, Vice President Matt Bisler, Treasurer DiMond Reynolds Class Representatives Hannah Flannery, Vatsala Kumar, Abby Martin, Conner Mason Donald Sampson and, Timothy Shrewsberry. Again, Student Council thanks all freshmen for their participation! Remember that it is never too late to get involved. We welcome everyone to attend Tuesday STUCO meetings in room 201!
40% of the energy you use in your home is for heat. What you can do to help is turn off power when you walk out of a room. Be sure to recycle all your cans, bottles and paper during your 2nd period class to win a fabulous donut party sponsored by the Environmental Club! The more cans you recycle, the greater the chance you’ll win!