Todays lunch is Mostacioli, foccacia bread, caesar salad, mixed veggies and peaches.
For Mac Ewings senior project, he is having a burger bar benefit for Toni and Josie Perfect at Boonedocks in Glen Arbor, on May 3rd from 3:00-6:00 pm. Contact Mac for details.
The word on the street is cache (pronounced CASH) It can be used as a noun, meaning: 1. a safe place to hide things -or- 2. an auxiliary memory from which high speed retrieval is possible. Example sentences are: Elise has a secret cache of all her special trinkets. & Mr. Killeen accessed the computer's cache memory with the touch of a button.
Want to play tennis? Come out Sunday April 26th, May 3rd and May 17th from 1-3 at the Glen Arbor Courts. Bring your racket and any friends who might be interested in playing. It will be fun and a good chance to run around, stay warm and hit some balls.
If you cant make it, spread the word, you don't have to be a member of the tennis tennis team, this is for anyone from Glen Lake, Leland or St. Mary's who wants to give tennis a try! Contact Coach Kim Guilbeau for details. 517.420.3112
There will be a Walk for Autism event at the track during ASC on Wednesday, April 29th. Donations of $1 or more are needed if you plan to participate. All benefits will go towards paying for Anthony Ianni, a basketball player from Michigan State, to come speak at our school.
Students remember to get your progress reports signed. They are due Wednesday to your homeroom teacher.
Make a splash with your writing! Mrs. O is collecting any new short stories, poems and essays that you may want to have considered for publication in Splash. The deadline is this Friday, May 1st. Please bring submissions to room 207 and see flyers in your english classes for details.
There is a color run on Sunday, May 3rd at 10:00 am at Benzie Central High School. The registration fee is $15 for adults and $10 for students. T-shirts to wear during the race will be sold during the event so they can get colors splattered on them as runners complete the course. Please refer any questions to a High School Student Council member
.7th graders will be taking the M-step A this morning after attendance. Students who are taking the test are asked to bring earbuds if you have them, a pencil, and a free reading book (your mystery novels would be a great option).
8th graders please be quiet when passing the testing area so 7th graders can focus on their test.
If you are a current 8th grade student interested in traveling, listen up. On October 1st and 2nd of next school year, Mrs. Wassa is traveling to Stratford, Ontario in beautiful Canada with high school students interested in watching three plays: Carousel, Hamlet and The Diary of Anne Frank. Once you have made a commitment and put down a down payment, you will need a passport or an enhanced license. Don't miss out! Pick up an information sheet from Mrs. Gipson or Mrs. Vann today.
Fun Fact: A kangaroo can not jump without her tail.