March 26, 2015
Today is an A day
Sportsmanship Quote of the week: It’s what makes a good athlete great! That’s sportsmanship.
Students who are in the WISE Program can pick up their Early Dismissal Id’s at their house, blue or gold
A student is needed to help two senior citizens learn about computer programs, etc. The job will pay. Call 845-277-3997 for details.
STEP will be in room 115 from 3:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday and Thursday’s.
A math tutor is needed for a 7th grade boy. See Mrs. Schwartz for details
If you are a strong math student with good communication skills and a desire to help others, and are interested in tutoring for service learning credit, the Middle School is currently looking for a student math tutor for an 8 grade student. Please contact Mrs. Felder in the Middle School Guidance office for details.
2015 Putnam County Youth Forum will be on Monday, April 13th. The Youth Forum is a daylong event for high school teens, organized by high school teens. At the forum you will meet new people, go to interesting workshops and get answers to any questions you have. For more information, see Mrs. Trefny or your counselor to sign up. Transportation will be provided. The event is free.
The MSA and Jimmy McDonough scho9larship applications are ready to be picked up in Mr. Augusta’s office.
There is a job available for a babysitter for a nine year old boy. If interested, call Mrs. Morle at 917-807-7172.
The Eastern Asian Culture Club will meet on Friday after school in room 48. Everyone is welcome.
“Legally Blonde” choreography rehearsal today from 3-5 for anyone in “Whipped Into Shape” or “Bend and Snap.”
Community Service: The National MS Society is having a fund raising walk on Sunday, April 26, starting at the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Dept.They are looking for student volunteers to help out. The contact person at the National MS Society is Mike Providence. He can be reached at 212-453-3258.