Friday, March 27, 2015 Periods B C D F G H
Bus Supervisor: Jane Blanchard
FACULTY, STAFF AND STUDENTS
Lenox s Project 351 beginning on Monday, March 30th, eighth grade student Jacob Munch will be holding a kids clothing and shoe drive for the non-profit organization Cradles to Crayons. This is a statewide project where one eight-grade student from almost every school district, leads a drive for kids in need. Cash donations are also welcome. Please see Jacob if you have any questions or if you would like to make a donation. The drive will run through Thursday, April 9th.
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Cine Club will be holding a meeting on March 31st at 6 p.m. in room 37. All are welcome. Sign up with Mme Dupuis (for pizza).
College Fair The 32nd Annual College Fair at Monument Mountain Regional High School will be held on April 13th from 6:30 8:30 p.m. Over 120 Colleges/Universities will be there to talk to interested students and parents.
Admission is free!
MCAS Ms. Getzen and Mrs. Wespiser will be running a crash course during the week of March 23 March 27 for students taking the grade 10 English MCAS test. The course will run Monday through Friday from 6 7 pm in rooms # 39 and # 41. Students interested should sign up with Dr. Weaver in room # 34, but are also welcome to walk in.
Prom 2015 All students who are attending the prom and have not paid their dues, there will be a table set up in the cafeteria on April 30th and May 1st during 2nd and 3rd lunch in order for those to be able to pay them. Due in high school is $ 15.00 per year and they must be paid in full in order to purchase tickets or attend the prom. Dues cannot be paid at the time of purchasing prom tickets. Please see your class treasurer or class advisor (s) if you have questions on what is owed or if you would like to pay them before these dates. The prom is open to all juniors and seniors or any high school student who is a guest of a junior or senior. The prom will be held at the Lenox Library on May 16th.
Senior Scholarships A complete listing of up to date scholarships is posted on our web page or can be picked up in guidance. Kermit Gordon, Berkshire Medical Center Nursing, John D. Barrett Science Scholarship, Mass. Assoc. of Women in Law Enforcement (MAWLE) and the High Meadow (Country Curtains) scholarships have arrived as well as the Tri-Town Rotary Club, Jim Herrick Jr. Memorial Scholarship, The Lenox Garden Club and the VHS Scholarship ..
MID SCHOOL STUDENTS
Mosaic Project We have begun the middle school mosaic project and we want you ALL to contribute an item. Please bring in a personal item and drop it into the collection bucket in the art room! See Mrs. Lιger with any questions!
Spring Fling Dance - The Class of 2019 will be hosting a Spring Fling Dance on Friday, March 27th from 7 9 p.m. This is a semi-formal dance, come dressed to impress. The cost of the dance will be $5.00. Please make sure all dues are paid and detentions made up in order to attend.
ASAP Thursdays 2:30 3:15 p.m. Ms. Grimes Office. Open to all MS students.
Club Crew Thursdays 2:30 3:30 in room 11 grades 6 12.
Evergreen Club meets Mondays in the library at 2:30 p.m. Open to all students.
French Cine-Club meetings dates and times will be announced.
HS Chorus Every Thursday 7:00 a.m. Music Room.
Improv Comedy Club Fridays 2:30 in room 35 High School students only.
Junior Class Prom Meetings Thursday evenings 5:15 p.m. in the Library.
MS Art Club Wednesdays in room 16 from 2:30 3:15
MS Chess Club Mondays in room 10 from 2:30 3:15
MS Chorus Wednesdays from 7:00 7:30 a.m.
MS French Club Thursdays in room 37 at 2:30 p.m.
National Art Honor Society Every other Friday at 7:25 a.m. in room 15. High School only.
Science Club Middle School Thursdays 2:35 3:15 in room 4.
Spanish Club grades 7 9. Every Monday at 2:30 in room 38.