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Announcements

May 10, 2019

 

Students--If you owe money for a lost or damaged book, and you would like to work it off in the library, see Mrs. Stairs for more details.

The 2020 Yearbook staff will meet during 5th period on May 10th.

If you would like to be an FCCLA officer for next year, stop by Mrs. Perkins’ room to pick up an application. You must have taken one of her classes to be eligible.  Applications are due this Friday, May 10.

There will be an informational meeting for those interested in the Ireland/Scotland trip on May 14th at 6:00 pm in the Library.

June 8 ACT Deadline

The late registration deadline for the June 8th ACT is Monday, May 20th.    Register online at www.actstudent.org.  The fee is $50.50 plus a $30 late fee.  Juniors & seniors on free/reduced lunch can request a fee waiver from the guidance office to cover the basic fee but will have to pay the late fee.  Sophomores & juniors - if you are wanting to take dual credit next year and have not met your ACT benchmarks, the June ACT will be your last chance.  Seniors -  if you haven’t met your ACT benchmarks you could still take the June ACT to try to get out of remedial classes.  Also, if you are attending MSU, you could still take the June ACT to try and raise your composite score for automatic scholarships that are based on GPA & ACT. 

Sophomores

KHEAA is sponsoring a $500 scholarship, usable at a KY college of the winner’s choice, and a photo shoot at his/her school through the “Promote Your School” scholarship contest.  Details are available at www.kheaa.com/website/contest/intro. The deadline for submissions to be received at KHEAA is May 31st.  

MSU Talent Search Program

The Talent Search Program at MSU is accepting applications again for students in grades 7-12.  Applications are available in the guidance office and need to be returned ASAP.  Several students have already taken a trip to Morehead State University and are now going to Atlanta, Georgia.  For more information visit www.murraystate.edu and search for Talent Search.  

 

AIMS Program

Applications for the Murray State University Adventures in Math and Science Program are available in the guidance office and need to be returned ASAP.  Don’t miss out on this great program for students in grades 9-12 that takes some amazing trips!

For more information visit www.murraystate.edu/AIMS.  They still have spots open!

Trip to Washington, D.C. - Fall Break 2019 - Spots are still available.  Talk to Mrs. Mullins if you are interested.

Sophomores & Juniors - ACT $40,000 Scholarship Opportunity

Eligible sophomores & juniors who register for the April, June, or July 2019 ACT national test dates may enter to win a $40,000 scholarship from ACT.  During registration, check “Yes” to opt-in to the ACT Scholarship Giveaway.  You may also enter by mail without registering for the tests.  For eligibility requirements & entry instructions go to www.act.org.

FCA - Applications are now available for FCA LEADERSHIP TEAM  for the 2019-2020 schools year. Please see Danny Carr to get an application.

Falcons t-shirts will be available today during break at the bookstore-- $10 for S-XL and $12 for 2X.

CYBER EXPERIENCE:

6th grade-11th grade students can sign up for a free 4 day Cyber Camp at WK&T Tech Park.  

Cyber Experience is a FREE 4-day day camp this summer at the WK&T Tech Park on July 15th to 18th.

Each day Cyber Experience will be held from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm. Cyber Experience is free and open to students who have finished 6th grade through 11th grade, limited to 30 students. Lunch will be provided each day.

Cyber Experience is sponsored by MSU's Program of Distinction in Telecommunications Systems Management. www.murraystate.edu/tsm/ctsm 

You can sign up on-line.  See Mrs. Stairs for more info.

Any high school student who would like to help with a summer fun program for elementary students on Tuesdays in June, see Mrs. Vickie Batts in the Resource Center.

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