Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Be Respectful, Be Excellent, Be Accepting, Be a Leader

This is W Day.

7th Grade:

The 7th grade track meet cancelled on Monday will NOT be rescheduled.  Please give your uniform to Mr. Coll by Tuesday, October 7.  Thank you to all who participated.


All Grades:

The Technology Student Association (TSA Club) will be starting on Tuesday, October 7th after school in the Technology Lab!  Come learn about our State Conference in Denver and our National Conference in Dallas Texas!  TSA will meet Tuesdays after school in the Wood Tech and Modern Tech labs.  All future TSA students must attend this mandatory meeting!  See Mr. Grimes or Mr. Biddulph for more information.  See you in the Tech Lab, Room 24 on Tuesday!


Attention all students interested in joining wrestling: Wrestling is open to all grades and experience levels. Whether you are a first time wrestler or a grappler since birth, come by the meeting to meet your coaches and teammates as we kick off another exciting season of Euclid wrestling! An informational meeting will be held at 2:50 on Tuesday, October 7th in the double classroom.


National Junior Honor Society will meet this Friday, October 3rd at 7:00 a.m. in the double classroom.  Breakfast will be served.  We will learn about Hannah's project and brainstorm together ways that Euclid MS can contribute to the American Cancer Society.


Hey Student Council members!  Remember this Thursday, October 2nd at 7:00 AM we have a meeting in room 110.  We will be planning Red Ribbon Week.


Is your favorite jacket missing?  Can't find your sweatshirt?  Haven't seen your lunch box in awhile?   Check the Lost and Found in the cafeteria.  There are lots of missing items there.  Items not claimed will be donated on Friday, October 17.

Words of Wisdom

Quote: "Commit yourself to a dream … Nobody who tries to do something great but fails is a total failure.  Why?  Because he can always rest assured that he succeeded in life's most important battle – he defeated the fear of trying." –Robert Schuller