Be Respectful, Be Excellent, Be Accepting, Be a Leader
This is a B Day.
This Thursday, May 8th is the 8th Grade Black Light Party. Come to Euclid dressed in your favorite neon colors and dance the year away at the annual 8th grade party. We will have a raffle for prizes including water speakers and gift cards. Heritage and Littleton High schools will be giving away free shirts for all 8th graders attending their schools and Arapahoe will be giving out posters. Also a popular 8th grade favorite is the chocolate fountain! YUMMY! So get together with your friends and plan on coming to the party this Thursday and enjoy a great afternoon. The cost is only $3, this includes lots of food, drinks and dancing - See you there.
Attention 8th grade girls' volleyball players - Turn in your uniform and $2 to Coach Vigil or Coach Otte to be able to go to the Volleyball Pizza Party during lunch on Tuesday, May 13 in room 209.
Students – just a reminder that there is 3 days left to show your teacher you care! Write a card or even buy them lunch! Thank them for all they do every day.
Attention cyclists! Cycling Club's next meeting is Tuesday, May 6. We will meet at Student Services and then head out for a ride! Please bring your bike and helmet. We only have three more meetings including the one on the 6th, but if you want to join, you still can! Pick up a permission slip from Student Services and fill it out by Tuesday! If you have any questions, feel free to ask Mrs. Lloyd in Student Services or Mea Parachini in Discovery Core! Happy riding!
Last newspaper club will meet in room 22 on Thursday. Bring snacks to share.
Euclid's Technology Student Association (TSA) Club is participating in a National Service Project to help the American Cancer Society for this summer's National Conference in Washington DC. During lunch on Tuesday, May 6 and Wednesday, May 7, bring a few extra dollars to buy some baked goods. Donations will also be accepted for this good cause. Thank you Euclid TSA!
Words of Wisdom
Quote: "The life of a nation is secure only while the nation is honest, truthful, and virtuous." –Frederick Douglass