Student Bulletin

Tuesday, March 28, 2017


Students: Remember to check your email for the application for the NEW student group for next school year. If you are outgoing, compassionate, and want to have a voice in the culture and climate of your school we want you to apply! Questions? See Mrs. Jones.  The application is due March 31.

Meth Changes Everything.  Know the Signs.  Know the Resources.  Town Hall Meeting 2017 will be in the Lorang Theatre Thursday, March 30th from 7-8 p.m.  The doors will open at 6:30.  No registration required.  Refreshments after the program.

Would the following teams please sign your team ball for this year’s Extravaganza. They will be in the cafeteria over lunch this Monday and Tuesday:  Boys and Girls Soccer, Volleyball, and Boys Tennis If you have open campus or no lunch they will be in the activities office during the day.

2017-2018 Student Ambassador Applications are available in the main office. Students may pick up an application and sign up for an interview time. Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 7, and interviews will be held Tuesday, April 11 and Wednesday, April 12. Please contact Mrs. Carpenter if you have any questions.

All current NHS members (those inducted last year) must attend a meeting on Thursday, March 30th at 7:45 am in G-100. If you are unable to attend you must see Mrs. Nohrenberg.

Interested in a deeper relationship with Mary, the mother of Jesus?  Marian Consecration meeting in K-104 tomorrow morning at 7:40 am and after school at 3:30 pm.  If unable to make the meeting, stop in and talk to Miss Irvine for details.

Auditions for the Spring Variety Show will be held after school today in the BAND room. This is our only rehearsal so come prepared! The final list of participants will be posted on Wednesday.

Attention HOSA members, there is a meeting tonight at 6:00pm for any members wanting to practice procedures for State. Travis from MedStar Ambulance will be here to help with the CPR/First Aid teams. There is a mandatory meeting next Tuesday at 6:00pm to get ready for State HOSA. Be sure you are checking Google Classroom frequently for announcements and updates.

Chess club will meet after school on Thursday in K-107. All are welcome. The chess tournament will continue its next round of games on Thursday as well.

“Spring clean” your closets and bring in your gently used clothes to earn a dress down day on Friday, March 31. Items will be collected before school Wed-Fri and then donated to the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

International Club will meet this Wednesday at 3:30 in room G-103. Students who participated in GAPP will present on their experience in Germany.

3 on 3 Basketball Tournaments!  Get a couple of friends together and sign up in the Administration Office.  The tournament is next Wednesday, March 29th at 7:00 pm in the O’Gorman main gym.  Registration is free!  Winners will receive a trophy.  Sponsored by the Student Council!

Big Fish cast, techies, costumes, and band members:  Mr. Nelson has extra early bird forms if you need some.  All order forms must be returned by 4:00 on Thursday, March 30.  If you have any questions, be sure to ask him.

Cheerleading tryouts are just around the corner!  Anyone interested in joining the competitive/sideline cheer team, for the 2017-2018 school year, will need to stop by the Athletic Department and pick up an informational packet.  Please plan to attend the meeting for Parents & cheerleaders on Monday, April 3rd at 6pm in room G-100.  Tryouts will be held April 10th & April 11th.

Counseling News

  • The Shadow Ed representative will be here every Friday 4B and 5C.  Students who wish to arrange a job shadow may meet with her during this time.  If you are not available 4B or 5C, please talk to Mrs. Knight about other options.
  • The cost is $250.  Summer School runs from Monday, June 5 through Friday, June 30 from 8:00 a.m. until noon.  Cost is $250.  Registration forms can be found in the Counseling Office or on the SFCS website.  The registration deadline is March 31.  Classes available are: Speech and World History.
  • The deadline for the USD Healthcare Career Summer Camp (HCSC) is April 1.  The HSCS is basically a “crash course” on as many different areas of health care that can fit into one week.  The cost of this 5-day camp is $100 and includes all meals and lodging.  The dates for the camp are June 18-23.  Interested students should come to the Counseling Office for an application.

College Visits: Be sure to get a pass no later than 8:00 am on the day of the visit.

  • April 25 – SDSU @ 9:55am