3/3/2016 Daily Announcements

posted Mar 3, 2016, 4:35 AM by Michelle Meredith   [ updated Mar 3, 2016, 4:38 AM ]

Imagine you this morning with no toothpaste or no shampoo. No hair dryer, no hair gel, no hairspray, no mascara, no hair curler, no straightener, no nail polish or cologne. But there are kids who live in {INSERT SPECIFIC TOWN} that don’t have simple things like hair brushes and other self-care items that teenagers need, because many families in our town just can’t afford these items. Two girls named Aidan K. and Kaelin T, who live in Holliston, Massachusetts have started a new organization called the Teen’s Necessities food pantry drive. Schools all over the state are running this project, just like us, to collect teen items. From February 29th- March 4th, please bring in a donation for your grade’s bin. For every different day that you bring in an item, you can receive a prize! Donation boxes are located in {Insert location of your specific school}. Thank you so much, and just think about how you are helping someone just like you!

Good morning Peer Trainers! This is a friendly reminder that we are meeting today after school. See you at 2:00 in Miss Lagas' room.

Attention 7th and 8th Grade Band and Chorus: This is a reminder that your symphony field trip forms are due this Friday, March 4th! You can drop off the forms and checks in the green collection bin in the band room throughout this week.

Nerd Herders, don't forget to sign up in front on room 124 before this afternoon's meeting!

Ms. Boucherś Health classes will meet in the gym starting tomorrow Day 4 March 3 till March 9. Please have sneakers. Thank you

A reminder to literary magazine writers and artists: There will be a meeting today in Room 228. Layout of the magazine will begin today, but there is still time to create new material before The Middle Ground goes to press. As always, the literary magazine welcomes all students from all grades.

Good morning! There will be a green team meeting today in 122. New students are welcome to come check out the plans for some of our upcoming service projects including a pollinator garden on school grounds, an up-cycling project with the third graders at Miller, and the community garden design at Pinecrest.