5/9/18 Announcements

5/9/18 Announcements

Wednesday 5/9/18 Announcements

  • NHS MEMBERS, FORMAN CENTER BLOOD DRIVE IS THIS THURSDAY THE 10TH.  PLEASE VERIFY YOUR WORK TIME ON THE BULLETIN BOARD. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND PLEASE LET MRS. DOTY ASAP.
  • Seniors: Envelopes for graduation pictures can be picked up at the office.
  • THE FORMAN CENTER BLOOD DRIVE IS THIS THURSDAY MAY 10TH. OUR GOAL FOR THIS DRIVE IS TO COLLECT 31 PINTS! IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE SEE MRS. DOTY TO SIGN UP OR SIGN UP ON LINE! REMEMBER IF YOU ARE 16 YOU CAN DONATE WITH PARENTAL PERMISSION, SEE MRS. DOTY FOR THE FORM. THERE ARE SEVERAL AFTER SCHOOL HOUR APPOINTMENTS AVAILABLE.

 

  • All volleyball players planning to attend camp this summer, forms and money are due by May 15th to Coach Sundberg

 

  • Information and applications for Team Corn Detasseling are available at the office window.

     

  • Students, all library books will be due on Friday, May 11.  See Mrs. Hohenshell ASAP if you will need to keep your book longer.

     

  •  It’s day 3 of National Prevention Week!  Day 3 emphasizes awareness and prevention of prescription drugs and opioid misuse.  Today we wear purple, the national color of opioid awareness.   Opioids include prescription pain medications, designed only to be  used  as indicated.  However, roughly 15 million people a year, ages  12 and older, use prescription medications for non-medical  purposes.  Misusing prescription opioids often leads to addiction, and  the results  are alarming.  Those who become addicted to opioids  often become addicted to heroin, and there are approximately 144  opioid and heroin overdose deaths each and every day.  Why do  opioid users resort to heroin use?  Heroin is an opioid, and though it  has no medical purpose, it’s cheaper and easier to get than a  prescription medication.  When people become addicted to pills, they  often turn to heroin to feed their addiction. • You may notice opioid-misuse awareness posters throughout the building today.  Take notice of the posters and read the important tips on how to avoid improper use and storage of prescription medications.    • Just two days left of National Prevention Week.  Wear red tomorrow in support of drug abuse prevention.  

     

  • Pitchers, first basemen and field umpires are needed for the Manito-Forest City Rotary Club House League.  These are PAID positions and will begin the week of May 14th.  Please see Mrs. Kerley to sign-up!

     

  • Any sophomore interested in being a class officer next year, please grab a petition from the door of Room 3. Petitions are due Wednesday, May 9, and the election will be held Friday, May 11.

 

  • Summer Drivers Ed. forms are in the office.  Please pick one up if you are interested.  They are due back to the office by May 17th
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