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GRADUATION 2016 DAY SET

SUNDAY, MAY 29TH @ 3 P.M
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BACCALAUREATE @ 1:30 P.M.


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April student of the month
 Student of the Month
  9th Caterina Staton
10th Brady Henderson
11th Ty Rowdon
12th Brandy Lowe

FFA PLANT SALE
BEGINS APRIL 29TH
MONDAY - FRIDAY 1PM-6PM
SATURDAY 8AM - 1PM

 
Regular Schedule
1st           8:05 –  8:54      
2nd          8:59 –  9:48                                    
3rd           9:53 – 10:42  
C3          10:47 - 11:15
4th          11:20 – 12:39
           A 11:15 – 11:45 (class 11:50 – 12:39) 
           B 12:09 – 12:39 (class 11:20 – 12:09)
5th          12:44 – 1:33      
6th          1:38 – 2:27       
7th          2:32 – 3:23

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MAY MENU

MAY SALAD BAR

 
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WEATHER PHONE           351-3004 
HIGH SCHOOL DIRECT   351-3039

HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE NUMBERS

MR. SWANDER, PRINCIPAL                                                       351-2106 OR EXT 4500
MRS. HUSS, PRINCIPAL SECRETARY/TREASURER             351-2118 OR EXT 4530
MR. ARNDT, ASST. PRINCIPAL                                                  351-2102 OR EXT 4510    
MR.HELLER, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR                                         351-2139 OR EXT 4520
MRS. KUHN, ASST.PRINCIPAL & AD SECRETARY               351-2177 OR EXT 4540
MRS. WILHELM, ATTENDANCE SECRETARY                        351-2154 OR EXT 4550
MRS. MOORE-BOWERS GUIDANCE COUNSELOR                 351-2308 OR EXT 4650
MRS. SUTTON GUIDANCE COUNSELOR                                   351-2236 OR EXT 4640
MRS. FRIEND, GUIDANCE SECRETARY                                     351-2215 OR EXT 4630
MR. PFAFMAN  APEX                                                                       351-2148 OR EXT 4116
AUDITORIUM TICKET BOOTH                                                     351-2989   
SRO / TRANS. WISEL                                                                         351-2507


ANNOUNCEMENTS

CLASS OF 2016

GRADUATION 2016 DAY SET

SUNDAY, MAY 29TH @ 3 P.M     

BACCALAUREATE @ 1:30 P.M

ATTN: STUDENTS!

Beagle 1, Inc., an Awning & Sign Co., is looking for summer workers. Light construction knowledge is a plus but not mandatory. You need to have a valid driver's license and clear driving record. Stop by and fill out an application at 203 W Harcourt Dr., Angola. (right behind Anytime Fitness). Hours are 8:00-4:00 Monday thru Friday.

Hudson Industries in Hudson, IN is currently hiring for first and second shift production workers. The starting wage is 12.15 - 14.75 per hour depending on experience. If you do not have previous experience we are willing to train for all positions. Interested parties should apply online at www.midwayproducts.com.


Are you going to Manchester? 

Seniors who have been accepted to Manchester university and are planning to major in Elementary Education - a scholarship opportunity is available in guidance. 

Please come pick up your artwork from the art show in Mrs. Bauer's room this week! Everyone who took an art class this year was included in the show and has work to pick up!

Attention Seniors—The Children’s Place store at the Outlet mall is hiring summer help.  You can apply online at childrensplace.com.


Yearbooks--

Did you forget to order your yearbook before the deadline and still want to reserve one? See Mrs. Bauer TODAY for more information


LaGrange County Public Library will start their Summer Reading Program on June 6.  For more info stop by the clinic window.

Attention Senior Males---If you are getting ready to turn 18, or have already turned 18, you must register with Selective Service. The website is www.sss.gov and it only takes a few minutes. Please see Mrs. Friend in guidance if you have any questions.

If you are in the 9, 10, or 11th grade your 7th period teachers will give you a Transportation form to take home.
Please return to the office by May 24th for the up coming school year

Seniors make sure all fee's are paid in full before your last day for Senior Check out sheets. See Mrs. Huss for textbook rental, see Mrs. Wise for  lunch accounts, see Mrs. Yoder for library fee's , see Mr. Heller for athletic fees,& see your class sponsors for fundraiser fee's. If you have any questions see Mrs. Huss.


STICK IT TO THE MAN
Thursday morning, Mr. Arndt will be watching the talent show...his point of view could be up to you!  Coming into the auditorium, you will have the opportunity to buy a strip of duct tape for $1 or a whole roll for $10.  The tape will be used to stick Mr. Arndt to Puglsey Addams' torture table onstage.  We'll let him "hang" out there to watch the show.  But we can only do it if enough tape is bought!!! If you want to see Mr. Arndt taped up, bring your cash to the talent show Thursday morning!  All proceeds go to benefit the football team's Relay for Life team.

RED NOSE DAY
The week of May 23-26, Leo Club will be selling red clown noses.  All proceeds go to children's charities around the world.  The red noses are to be worn Thursday, May 26, the last day of school, during graduation practice and field day.  Noses will be sold at lunch and down by the senior bulletin board.




















































 

 

 

 




 
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