The library will be celebrating Teen Read Week from Oct. 16-24. The theme this year is “Unleash Your Story.” There will be three ways to win during the week. The first way to win is to create a bookmark related to the theme Unleash your Story. The creators of the best bookmarks will receive a prize pack including a gift card. The second way to win is to come by the library during lunch and create book spine poetry. Everybody has a story to tell. What’s Yours? is the third way to win, so stop by the library during lunch to create a short video telling your story. Anyone who enters the Book Spine Poetry contest and/or the Everybody Has a Story to Tell contest will have their name placed in a drawing for a prize pack including a gift card. Mrs. White will have more information on these two contests in the library during lunch. All contest submissions are due by the end of the day Tuesday, Oct. 24 Winners will be announced on Monday, Oct. 30. The 3rd hour with the most participation in any combination of the contests will win a gift card.
SHS Co-Ed Slow-pitch tournament registration forms and rules are available for pick up in the front office. Registration forms and $135 is due by October 18th! Team names MUST be approved by Administration so do NOT print shirts before getting approval. Completed forms and money may be turned in to Mrs. Malone in the front office.
CPSB has changed the way that parents must sign off on the Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) for students. It is imperative that this verification is done by October 1, 2016. After October 1, your child may lose the ability to login to a computer at school. All End of Course (EOC) testing is given on the computers. If you have not already set up a Student Progress Center account to check your child's grades, please do so as soon as possible. For more information about setting up your Student Progress Center account, please click "Read Full Story."
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