Sunday, April 27, 2014

Gryphon Announcements for 4/28/14

For Monday, April 28, 2014
 “N” Day

·      Lots going on this week – come out and support or wish your classmates luck on:
o   Monday – track team will be at KIL Championship, NHS induction after school
o   Tuesday – spring music concert, band, orchestra and chorus!  At the Holiday Inn Grand Ballroom at 7:00, no admission cost. Come hear them!
o   Wednesday – we’re hosting the Girls in STEM breakfast at the Foundry (by invitation only); track at the KIL Championship again, and yearbooks will be distributed for everyone in the Commons during Early Release.  A few will be available to purchase for $70 (cash).
o   Thursday – senior STEM symposium – our seniors will be showcasing their hard work from this year at a formal meeting at the Foundry.

·      Students in grades 9-11 will be voting on Wednesday for next year's SGA officers. The link below will take you to a table of links for candidate videos. This table is divided into four pages. The first page is SGA Executive Board candidates (everyone votes on these positions), and the following pages are grade specific-candidates. Please watch the videos (30-60 seconds each) on the first page and the page specific to your grade.  Please take the time to watch the videos and ask your candidates questions over the next couple days. Students will vote during lunch on Wednesday. Click here for the link to videos.

·      Summer and Scholarship Opportunities: check the College/Career webpage for summer programs in business, accounting, test prep, architecture, materials science, engineering, and more. Deadlines are soon.

Clubs/organization news:

·      Chess club meets Wednesday mornings from 8:30 – 9:15 in room 202.

·      Equality club meets Tuesday mornings 8:50 – 9:15 in room 104.
·      Teens for Christ, Monday mornings in room D112 

Quote of the day from Eleanor Roosevelt:
You must do the thing you think you cannot do.

Practice L&N Habits every day: Collaboration, Critical thinking, Design, Innovation, Inquiry, & Professionalism

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