Student Bulletin, Tuesday 9/23/14

THERE IS A VERY IMPORTANT BEST BUDDIES CHAPTER MEETING
Today during all lunches in room 201. Bring your lunch. See you there!

ATTENTION FCCLA MEMBERS- THE MEETING TOMORROW IS CANCELLED
and will be rescheduled for next week on Wednesday October 1st at 7:15. Please contact Ms. Brenner or Ms. Martinez with any questions. Look forward to seeing you there!

THIS WEEK, THE LIBRARY IS PROMOTING BANNED BOOKS WEEK
What do Where’s Waldo, the Giving Tree, and Winnie-the-Pooh all have in common? These books were banned or challenged in the United States. Today, participate in the library’s trivia contest about banned children’s books. Come with a class or stop by during your lunch or study hall.

THERE WILL BE A SPANISH CLUB MEETING TOMORROW AFTER SCHOOL
in Room 244. All are welcome to attend.

THE LIBRARY WILL BE CLOSED 5TH HOUR TOMORROW
All 5th hr. study hall students will report to Mr. Dollins in the cafeteria.

THE DEADline FOR SIGNING UP TO BE A ZOMBIE EXTRA IS TOMORROW
Please pick up your Zombie Survival Packet as soon as possible from room 251d.

THE BOOK OF THE DAY IS RECOMMENDED BY
Student Matthew Przybylzki. He recommends The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan.
After learning that he is the son of a mortal woman and Poseidon, god of the sea, twelve-year-old Percy is sent to a summer camp for demigods like himself. There, he joins his new friends on a quest to prevent a war between the gods.

LISTED BELOW ARE THE VISITING REPS FOR THIS WEEK - SIGN UP THROUGH NAVIANCE:

Grinnell College 9/23/14 12:23 PM
DePaul University 9/23/14 1:18 PM
Luther College 9/24/14 9:00 AM
Hope College 9/24/14 1:18 PM
Central College 9/25/14 8:40 AM


ATTENTION SENIORS: JOSTENS WILL BE AT SCHOOL THIS THURSDAY
September 25th 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 at www.jostens.com.


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]
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