This is a B Day.
All 8th grade girl’s Volleyball players PLEASE get you uniforms turned in today or you will be issued a $45.00 fine.
Thank you to everyone that brought a DVD, gift card, movie ticket or a DVD Player, for the Ronald McDonald house. They were very thankful and were able to cross that need off of their wish list. The next group will be able to focus on another need for the house. Currently they have 45 rooms filled with families that are trying to care for children with heart transplants, kidney transplants, chemotherapy and many other medical needs. You have made a positive impact on those lives and they are deeply appreciative. A special thank you goes out to Mrs. Gilpin’s class who brought in over 2 DVD’s per person. Thank you so much – you have won a party of your choice!! Please let Mrs. Duran know what you would like to do for this party!! 2nd place went to Mrs. Duran’s 4th period class and 3rd place went to Mr. Coll’s class. Thank you so much for helping out!!
All student council members there is an end of the year party in Mrs. Duran’s room this Thursday after school. Please come and have a great time. There will be pizza and soda – bring a sweet item to share if you can. Thank you for all of your service to the school this year!!
The annual “Return Your Library Books” contest is in full swing. If you still have a library book, magazine, flash drive or alpha smart checked out from the library, please return it as soon as possible. We will reward the first language arts class, in each grade, to return (or pay for) all their library materials by tomorrow, Thursday, May 15, with a basket of candy from the library! The winners will be announced on Friday morning, May 16.
Don’t forget to check the Lost and Found. You have 8 days to look for items you are missing. Items that are not claimed will be donated.
Check the information board by the Welcome Center in the front hall. There is information on activities outside of Euclid.
Words of Wisdom
Monthly Theme: Building a Caring Community
Quote: “Most of man’s trouble comes from his inability to be still.” –Blaise Pascal