STUDENT BULLETIN Tuesday, March 27, 2012
CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS
Attention Key Club members, there is NO meeting this week. Thank you for all of your help and support in raising money for the Imagination Library! After break we will talk about how much money we collected and will discuss the next Key Club event. Have a safe Spring Break and we will see you in a couple weeks!
Students being inducted into the National German Honorary are reminded that the ceremony starts at 6:45 tonight in the cafeteria.
Gamers Club will meet today in room J231. Hope to see you there!
Drama Club will meet in E204 today after school. See you then!
Upward Bound has a study session today after school. Hope you all make it!
Art Club will NOT meet this Thursday, however, there will be a “Van’s Shoes Designer” meeting on Friday after school in E114. Check the list outside of E114 to see if you are one of the top 25 designers to be on Moline’s “VAN’s Shoe Design” team. We will pick the 4 designs and shoe painters Friday After school afternoon. See Mr D. if you have any questions.
The Kaleidoscript staff is pleased to announce this year’s winner of the artistic cover contest: Lauren White! Lauren’s cover depicts both the whimzy and flurry of mental energy associated with the creative arts. Lauren is the proud recipient of a $50 prize and a free copy of the Kaleidoscript when it arrives in May. Thank you to everyone who submitted a design for consideration.
A number of summer programs sponsored by colleges and universities around the country are available to high school students. Programs include studies from art, to language, to the sciences and range in price from $50-$9,000. If you are interested in pursuing a summer college opportunity, please see Mrs. Sanders in the counseling center.
English Department Honors has been posted outside the Publications office, B-Wing, 2nd floor; English office, J-wing 2nd floor; and the Main office. If you think you have 7 semesters of an “A” or six semesters of an “A” and one “B” from an Honors English class, please check to make sure your name is included.
Kudos and congratulations to the cast, crew and orchestra of “The Sound of Music”!!! The reviews are still coming in about the professionalism and the quality in portraying this touching, sentimental story. All who were involved are to be commended. Remember, you should have turned in your scripts and scores to the music office by now and all of your personal items should have been taken home. Any items left in the dressing rooms will be discarded or donated if not claimed ASAP. Students who do not return scripts will be charged a replacement fee by the licensing company in New York. These can be expensive fees so turn in your scripts TODAY.
Student Directed one acts are open to anyone interested in participating. Auditions are on Wednesday after school, please sign up for an audition slot on the Drama Board. If you have questions, feel free to stop by room B208 or B214!