Week At A Glance (WAAG)

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WEEK AT A GLANCE

WEEK AT A GLANCE for the week of May 22, 2017 

We will begin each day with announcements and the Salute to the Flag.

Monday, May 22, 2017---------------------------

Suggested Advisory Discussion Topic: “When you have to make a choice and don’t make it, that is in itself a choice.”  William James

·          All 8th graders; don’t miss out on special events this week!  Return materials and clear your name today so you can participate in the end of the year activities.  Check with your advisory teacher.

·          “Night in the City” 8th Grade Dance tickets on sale today during 5th period lunch in the lunch area.  Cost is $5.00.  Cost tomorrow will be $10.00.

·          Yearbooks are on sale this week during break and after school in the attendance office.  Price is $50.00 cash only.

Tuesday, May 23, 2017--------------------------

Suggested Advisory Discussion Topic:  “Education is the transmission of civilization.  Civilization is not inherited; it has to be learned again by each new generation.”  David Kearns

·          “Night in the City” 8th Grade Dance tickets are still on sale today for $10.00 during 4th & 5th  period lunch.

·          “Night in the City” 8th Grade Dance today 7:00pm – 9:00pm in the MPR.

·          Autographs are restricted to yearbooks or autograph books.  No signing of clothing or skin.

·          6th & 7th graders, it is a great day to clear all school charges and return library materials.  Start your vacation off with a clear conscience and a clean backpack.  Check with your advisory teacher.

·          Just a reminder that any Lost and Found not picked up by this Friday will be donated.  Lost and Found can be found by Room 35.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017----------------------

Suggested Advisory Discussion Topic:  “There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still.”  F. D. Roosevelt

·          Check your backpacks.  Check under the bed.  Check in the car.  Return overdue library books and clear all fines immediately so you can enjoy end of the year fun.

·          Autographs are restricted to yearbooks or autograph books.  No signing of clothing or skin.

·          Just a reminder that any Lost and Found not picked up by this Friday will be donated.  Lost and Found can be found by Room 35.

·          Reminder to all students – No backpacks allowed on campus starting tomorrow.

Thursday, May 25, 2017------------------------

Suggested Advisory Discussion Topic:  “He has the right to criticize who has the heart to help.”  Abraham Lincoln

·          Return all overdue materials and check with your advisory teacher for any obligations.  8th Graders:  remember to check to make sure your name is clear so you can pick up you certificate of promotion tomorrow.

·          Promotion Ceremony this evening 6:30pm here at Somerset.

·          Autographs are restricted to yearbooks or autograph books.  No signing of clothing or skin.

·          Just a reminder to all students – No backpacks allowed on campus today and tomorrow.

·          Minimum Day today, dismissal at 1:10pm.

Friday, May 26, 2017------------------------

Suggested Advisory Discussion Topic:  The Memorial Day Holiday is a special day for many in the United States.  What is the history behind the celebration?

·          Minimum Day today - dismissal at 12:00.

·          DJ Party for 8th Grade students who are eligible.

·          Students, pick up purchased lunches 5 minutes early.  School lunch must be consumed on campus before leaving school.

·          Last chance!!!!  Lost and Found not picked up today will be donated.

General Information****************************

·       Just a reminder that any Lost and Found not picked up by Friday, May 26th, will be donated.  Lost and Found can be found by Room 35.

·       Yearbooks are still on sale this week, $50.00 cash, break and after school at the attendance window.

Up & Coming Dates to Remember****************

·       Sylvan Foundation Fireworks Booth – Sales start June 30th – July 4th


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