Daily Bulletin

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

RECYCLING NEWS

Today is a recycling day! Teachers, please send your full blue containers with a student NOW to the recycling dumpster behind the cafeteria. National Honor Society workers assigned to common areas are reminded to run your routes now.

CAMPUS MINISTRY NEWS

A reminder that the Ryken Service Club will have a very brief meeting today after school in the Chapel. We will mainly be covering the Appalachian Mission Trip taking place June 24th to 27th. There are also upcoming service projects you can sign up for.

Please submit any outstanding service hours you have on MobileServe before you leave for Thanksgiving Break.

The blanket collection will end at Noon today. Please bring in your blankets to Campus Ministry now if you have them in your locker.

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Are you interested in an engineering job that pays you to use 3D printers? Barrett Gruner, a 2010 St X graduate and 2015 Speed School graduate, will be here today to share details of his job with Stanley/Black & Decker. He will discuss how he uses 3D printing to solve manufacturing problems. The presentation will take place in Horton Hall at 3:00 PM today after school. All students and faculty are welcome to attend.

The Lost and Found collection in Student Services is officially taller than Mrs. Wainscott. Please come check for missing sweatshirts, notebooks, and other personal items before disaster strikes and Mrs. Molter has to dig her out of a very soft avalanche. Consider this a reminder to write your name on your personal items and register your calculators, so we can get them to back to you.

CLUB NEWS

National Art Honors Society will have its monthly meeting today @ 3:00 PM in Room 402 for members who weren’t at this morning’s meeting. Contact Ms. Jaffe or Ms. Martin if you cannot be in attendance.

The Photo Club will meet next Monday, November 27th, after school in Room 403.

GUIDANCE NEWS

Students interested in employment during winter break at UPS are reminded to act quickly as their holiday employment schedule is filling up fast. There are still interview times available tomorrow (Wednesday, November 22nd). Also, UPS will be hosting an “Open House” this Sunday, November 26th, from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Applicants can receive help with their application, interview, and receive a start date to begin employment. You must be 17 by your start date and provide two forms of ID to be hired. If you need additional information, stop by the Guidance Office and see Mrs. Kiefer.

SPORTS NEWS

Pre-Sale Tickets for Friday's State Semi-Final game vs Scott County will be available in the Ticket Office today for $5.

The Mueller Weight Center will be open over Thanksgiving Break tomorrow and Friday from 8:00 to 10:00 AM.

Last night the Swimming and Diving team ran their record to 2-0 on the year by defeating Columbus North 135 to 48 before a packed Hubbuch Natatorium. The Tigers won every event of the meet, and were able to execute great technique throughout the night. Individual winners included: Will Cole, Aldan Johnston, Michael Eastman, Gavin Peters, Holden Smith, Dominic Tomchek, and Andrew Streeter. Up next for the Tigers, Eastern High School on December 6th.