High School

Excellence in Education
Daily Announcements  

Attention students who walk to the Rec. Center in the afternoon:  you may not walk through the Middle School or Elementary School as it interrupts instruction.  You are to walk to the Rec. Center entrance in order to gain entry to the Rec. Center. Thank you for your cooperation.

Attention students:  after school between 2:20-3:05p.m., you are still required to have a pass when you are in the hallways.  Please make sure you have a pass.

Attention student drivers:  please remember that you must use the student parking lot.  No students are allowed to park in front of the school on weekdays before 5:30p.m.

Due to some people's sensitivity to strong odors, we request that you do not wear strong perfumes, colognes, or fabric softening agents to school.  These strong scents can make it very difficult for some people to breathe.  Please be mindful of others and do not wear highly scented products.

Seniors:  please bring in a copy of all college acceptance letters to the Guidance Office.  They are needed for your academic folder and scholarships.

Attention athletes:  after school you must be with a teacher, be in sports study hall, or go home.  You are not allowed to leave school and return to the building before your practice starts.

As the weather gets warmer, students are reminded to adhere to the dress code found on pages 36 and 37 of the student handbook.  Tops are to be to the edge of the shoulder, shorts and skirts are to be a minimum of fingertip length.

Junior Logan Carnicelli and Freshman Hunter White ran the 3,000 Meter Steeplechase event for Sectionals in track Monday evening at Canastota High School.  The race is just under two miles and requires the runners to hurdle 35 barriers each over three feet tall.  Both athletes ran the event for the first time.  Logan placed 4th with a time of 10:42:1 minutes narrowly missing the school record by one second!  Hunter placed 13th with a time of 12:25 minutes.  Due to their efforts, the team has four points towards the Sectional Meet on Friday, May 26th at Sauquoit Valley High School.  Congratulations, boys!

The auction will end at 11:00a.m. sharp on Wednesday, May 24th.  Keep your eye on that board!

There will be a Senior Trip meeting on Thursday, May 25th at 2:30p.m. in Mrs. ELA Johnson's room.

Any varsity football players interested in going to football camp at CBA, please meet in Mr. Shore's room after school on Thursday, May 25th at 2:30p.m. for 15 minutes.

Congratulations to the Feats of Clay team for placing second out of 21 schools last Friday.  Mr. Vollmer is also very proud of the team for winning the Spirit and Sportsmanship Award two years in a row!  Great job Feats of Clay team!! 

Congratulations to next year's Student Council officers:  Treasurer - Logan Carnicelli; Secretary - Kaleigh Janes; Vice President - Taylor Herne; and President - McKenna Kuhlmann.  Congratulations to all!

Attention students:  anyone interested in signing up for a fall sport may now do so through May 30th.  Sign-up sheets are located in the front foyer by the Main Office.  Don't forget - you need a current physical to play in the fall.  If you have any questions, please see Mr. Miller.

The End-of-the-Year Auction is on!  Come down to the hall outside the Guidance Office to see this year's offerings.  The bid slips and box are in the Guidance Office.  Good Luck!

Attention MasterMinds:  the date for the League Playoffs has finally been set.  Clear your calendars for Monday, June 5th.  The team will travel to OCC to compete for the title of League Champ.  Details and permission slips will be coming; hopefully later this week.  Contact Ms. McGetrick with any questions.

The scheduled working paper/sports physical date has been changed from May 24th to just Wednesday June 7th.  The time will still be noon in the Nurse's Office.

Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Eckel are always looking for donated formalwear (dresses, shoes, jewelry, etc.) for next year's Prom Expo.  Please see them if you have anything to donate.  Thank you!

Attention students:  if you are 14 years of age or older and are looking for a summer job, please stop by Guidance for an application to work for the Cayuga County Employment and Training Agency.  You would be working at the school for the entire summer.  Stop by and don't wait!

Attention students 16 years of age or older:  if you are looking for a summer job, the Guidance Office has information from a campground looking for workers.  Stop by Guidance for more information.

Attention staff and students:  if you have lost keys, jewelry, or small items, please stop by the Main Office. 

 









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