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Wednesday, October 23, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM.
Please see your school's guidance counselor for more deatils!
Do you enjoy helping others and experiencing a sense of self- satisfaction? Come to the first Key Club meeting on Thursday9/26 in Donna's room during flex.
There will be a SADD Meeting on Friday in Donna's room during flex
Attention all members of the Sailing EDU program! Beginning tomorrow no students who have not turned in their Directed Lab forms may participate in the program. There will be no exceptions. If you have not turned in a signed form please do not show up to sailing – go home on your regular transportation. If you do show up and you have not turned in a signed form, you will be sent to the main office to wait for a ride or the next bus. If you need an extra copy of the form, you may pick it up in John Buell's room in Anderson 604.
Any students who are interested in participating in Outstanding leadership opportunities by becoming an SOUND SCHOOL FFA Chapter Officer, for this school year please see Kristi during FLEX or LUNCH today
The school store will he open this Tuesday and Wednesday during flex and after school on Tuesday. In addition, we will be open this Wednesday evening for "Meet the teacher night" where we will be running a special on Hoodies and sweatpants. Show your school spirit this week by wearing something with our Sound School logo. We have lots to choose from and if you don't see what you are looking for, then make a suggestions and we will do our best to get it for you. Remember – The school store is run by students - for students. Questions can be directed towards our student manager, Adrianna Broderick or staff member, Steve Joseph.
Meet the teachers night will be held this Wednesday, September 25 from 6-7:30. A Naviance help session for parents will be held starting at 5 in the Library.
Any student interested in earning community service hours while assisting with the construction of a bridge on the Long Wharf Nature Trail should attend an informational meeting on Wednesday September 25th, during flex, in the cafeteria. See Jack Cardello with any questions.
Students interested in attending the Big E on September 28 should see Neil Geist in room 756 for a permission slip. Community service hours will be awarded for participation in the FFA flower corsage making booth. Reminder, only students who have paid their FFA dues will be allowed to participate. If you haven't paid you will not be on the bus
The following Colleges/Universities will be visiting The Sound School If you are interested, please sign up for these visits on Naviance:
Yale University, Wednesday, September, 25, 1:10 pm
Connecticut College- Tuesday, October 1st. 2013- 1:10 pm. (Cafeteria)
University of Maine at Farmington, Wednesday, October 2, 8:15 am
Roger Williams College, Thursday, October 3, 10:30 am
Southern Connecticut State University,Tuesday, October 8, 1:10 pm
Goucher College, Wednesday, October 9, 1:15 pm
University of Connecticut (Storrs)- Tuesday, October 15th, 1:10 pm. (Cafeteria)
Salve Regina University, Wednesday, October 30, 1:10 pm
Post University- Wednesday, November 6th, 1:10 pm. (Cafeteria)
Albertus Magnus College- Wednesday, November 13th, 1:10 pm. (Cafeteria)
Maine College of Art, Thursday, Novermber 21, 1:10 pm