Monday, April 16, 2018
Abby Trusler: If you’re interested in signing up for cheer next year, there will be a sign up sheet on Mrs. Eber’s door. This does not commit you, sign up if you’re interested in learning more.
Dr. Isbell: The 8th grade will take the PSAT 8/9 on Friday all morning. Make sure you get a good night sleep and come prepared with pencils and calculator. Do not be late. Seniors, you will not be able to go to the student hall while they’re testing. Current 8th-11th graders, the class registration form deadline was this past Friday. If you haven’t turned yours in by the end of the day today, you will begin losing house points, and you may not get the elective you want.
Prof. Garrett: Flex Forecast: Assembly, Clubs, Chapel, House Meeting. Things will resume more as normal with MS and TAPPS people back. Student leader meetings (Prefect, House Heads) will resume this week. If you have done over 100 verifiable service hours, you are eligible to apply for the Presidential Volunteer Service Award. Next Friday, April 27 is our last house dress day. Thursday, April 26 will be a Coffee Haus dress day, and you may wear jeans with your Coffee Haus shirt only (THIS year’s shirt). There are still shirts for sale if you would like to purchase one before then. It is a regular dress day for anyone not wearing the Coffee Haus shirt.
Athletic Interns: Please keep our varsity golf team in your thoughts and prayers as they begin the first day of the state tournament in Waco, Texas today. They will be competing both today and tomorrow. Our varsity golf team members representing us in Waco are Hampton, Boone, Holden, Michael Jekel and Paul Hoppers. Our varsity tennis team will also be traveling to Waco on Tuesday after school for their state tournament. Please wish Austin, Bryant, Nolan, Harrison, Ana, Caitlin, Brandes, Monica and Lauren all good luck! On Tuesday, our middle school 7 man football team will take the field again at 4:30pm and 5:30pm at Providence. Come out and support this team! Our varsity track team competed at the Prince of Peace Adidas Relays on Friday. Jasmine Jobe won the 300 Hurdles, Brannon Farrow placed 3rd in the 110 Hurdles and 4th in the 300 Hurdles, Elizabeth Thompson placed 2nd in the Mile and 2nd in the Two Mile Race. Overall, the girls team with only 6 team members tied Bishop Dunne for 6th place only being beaten out by 5A and 6A schools. On Thursday, our varsity track team will compete at the TAPPS district meet which will decide who progresses on to regionals to represent Cambridge. We host this meet as an athletic department fundraiser and will require a few volunteers to ensure the meet runs efficiently. All students who miss school for athletic reasons MUST have a prearranged absence form filled out. Those who do not turn in the form will have house points taken and repeat offenders will have an increased amount of points taken. PLEASE GET YOUR FORMS FILLED OUT! Friday will be team pictures for all spring athletes. This is mandatory. Please changed and report to the gym immediately after dismissal in your full uniform.
Kendall Killian: If you like dessert, Disney, and dancing and you are a female, come to the girls sleepover on Friday night in the student hall! All girls of all ages are invited. It will be from 7-10. The RSVP deadline for prom is this Wednesday, we provide a good dinner, so we need to know how much food to order. Tickets are $35/person.
Honor Council: The weekly challenge is class disruptions. Charlemagne will clean this week. Victory points: Charlemagne (most points gained), Constantine (least points lost). Overall points: Alfred 9, Justinian 16, Constantine 21, Charlemagne 26.
Pro Life Club: We’re having a diaper drive that begins today, you can earn house points. It will go for two weeks.
Dr. Wolfe: Senior tutorial finals are this Thursday evening at 7pm. We have 3 special guests who will be our judges. This is a required event and you must all be in full uniform. If you are not present, you will stay after school one day and watch it on video. We will have faculty checking students in. The same cell phone policies apply as the school day, they are not permitted. Please sit towards the front. There are only 25 school days left, not including final exams.