Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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

This is B Day.

7th Grade:

Don't forget to bring your registration cards back to school Thursday April 23. We are entering your classes into infinite campus. If you do not bring your cards back you will not get your first choice of classes. 


7th GRADERS - If you wish to be interviewed for one of four YEARBOOK EDITOR positions for next year, please complete the 1/2 sheet interest form that you picked up at Friday's registration day.  TURN IN BY THIS FRIDAY TO COUNSELING OFFICE.  More forms are in the counseling office.


All Grades:

Buying your lunch?  Sometimes students forget to bring money for lunch.  Beginning Wednesday, April 15, you will have to have money in your lunch account or pay cash.

You might have noticed the yellow ribbons and signs around our school.  This week is "Yellow Ribbon Week" which means Suicide Prevention week. Each day this week, we will be highlighting different resources to help raise awareness and hope for those who may be struggling. Our focus this entire week will be on Having Hope and Getting HELPWe will have a Yellow Ribbon table set up in the cafeteria every day this week. Please stop by to get more information and sign our banner pledging to have hope and get help.

Hello Euclid Students! Have you ever wanted to make a long lasting difference in the world? Now you can! From April 21st to the 24th, Student Council will be raising money for the Heifer International through our "Coins for Change" project! Heifer International is an organization that buys animals for people in poverty around the world. To kick off the fundraiser, we, Student Council, have already bought a heifer and a llama. The gift of such an animal can empower an entire community! Put your donations into the small box that will be placed in your magazine sale teacher's classroom to participate in this wonderful opportunity! At the end of the fundraiser, each class will get to choose which animals to buy. Raise the most money per person in the grade and your class will get to keep the adorable stuffed farm animal! Help Euclid change lives and bring in your "coins for change"!

Words of Wisdom

Quote: "My daddy used to ask us whether the teacher had given us homework.  If we said no, he'd say. "Well, assign yourself." –Marian Wright Edelman