Student Bulletin, Wednesday 9/17/14

HAPPY WESTERN WEDNESDAY BULLDOGS!!
2nd hour teachers please tally the number of students wearing spirit wear corresponding to today's theme as well as have your class vote for king & queen. Tomorrow is theme Thursday. So dress up as your favorite fairy tale or disney character to get the most spirit points for your grade!


RB’S GOT TALENT AND WE’RE GOING TO PROVE IT TO YOU TOMORROW NIGHT
Come out at 7:00 PM to cheer on your friends as they sing, dance, twirl, act, and magic their way to victory! Participants please remember to email your music to Mr. Baum prior to Wednesday afternoons mandatory dress rehearsal at 3:15


ATTENTION SENIORS, JOSTENS WILL BE ON CAMPUS TOMORROW
for cap and gown and graduation orders during lunch periods, in the cafeteria. Extra information packets are available in the school office.

Also, on this day students may come see Jostens for class ring measurements and orders. Please remember your order form and $50 down payment. You may design your ring and print your order form at www.jostens.com or extra order packets are available in the Main office.


THE FIRST YOUNG LIFE CLUB OF THE YEAR IS TONIGHT AT 8 O’CLOCK
located at 82 Woodside in Riverside, right across from Hauser. Make sure to bring a friend and get ready to get pumped up!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING 10 STUDENTS
who were selected by their peers for the Homecoming Court. ALL STUDENTS will have the opportunity to select the homecoming Queen and King TODAY during their 2nd hour. The Homecoming King & Queen will be announced on Friday at the homecoming pep rally!



GIRLS BOYS

Brooklyn Hastings George Connelly

Lana Herrmann Robby Filec

Kate Kosner James Kunkel

Renee Kunkel Zeke Linares

Paola Lehman Josh Sylvie


ATTENTION FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS Yearbook photo retakes are happening on Wednesday during all class periods. Stop by the Alumni Lounge during your study hall to have your picture taken. If you do not have a study hall, ask your English teacher for permission to get a retake done. Retakes for seniors will happen after school September 22nd through September 26th in the Alumni Lounge from 3:30-8:00. You will NOT be in Rouser if you do not get your picture taken!

THE BOOK OF THE DAY IS RECOMMENDED BY
Senior Steven Baer. He recommends Columbine by Dave Cullen.
This non-fiction book provides an account of the shootings at Colorado's Columbine High School on April 20, 1999, focusing on the teenage killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. It draws from interviews, police files, psychological studies, and writings and tapes by the boys to look at the signs they left that disaster was looming.

OLAS WILL MEET AFTER SCHOOL TOMORROW IN ROOM 203
We will be playing Loteria. Stop by and enjoy this traditional Mexican game.

SOME COMMUNITY INFORMATION ABOUT THE EXPLORER PROGRAM
The Riverside Police Explorer Post #390 will be hosting their first meeting of the season on September 23rd. It will take place at the Riverside Department of Public Works, 3860 Columbus Drive from 7:30pm-9:30pm. The Explorer Program is a program designed to introduce area youth to a career in law enforcement through a cooperative effort between the Boy Scouts of America, Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 39 and the Village of Riverside. Any youth aged 14-20 who are interested in a career in law enforcement are invited to join us to learn more about the program. For more information, please contact Officer Brian Greenenwald of the Riverside Police Department at [email protected]


HAPPY ARTS IN EDUCATION WEEK! HERE IS YOUR DAILY INSPIRATION.
FACT: Arts and music education programs are mandatory in countries that rank consistently among the highest for math and science test scores, like Japan, Hungary, and the Netherlands.

A QUOTE: from Bill Clinton
“Music is about communication, creativity, and cooperation, and by studying music in schools, students have the opportunity to build on these skills, enrich their lives, and experience the world from a new perspective.”

THIRD THURSDAYS IN THE LIBRARY
This Thursday is the third Thursday of the month. It's 3rd Thursday! Every third Thursday, the library is hosting a program that is open to all English classes. This Thursday the library will be once again throwing a book trailer movie party. The theme of these book trailers is Banned Books in honor of Banned Books Week next week. The 15 minute playlist will be played twice each hour, so stop by for the first showing the beginning of the hour or the second showing during the middle of the hour. Happy week before Banned Books Week!
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