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Archived Announcements October 2019Archived Announcements October 2019

Announcements for Thursday October 31st

*Tomcat Winter Cheerleaders there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 31st at 3:30 in the gym balcony.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. In room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms outside the door of room 323. Also fill out your plans for after high school for a new section of the 2019-2020 yearbook! Superlatives due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday October 30th

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. In room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out today at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The Fall Band concert is TONIGHT! Please join us at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium to hear some incredible student musicians. Thank you for your support.
-Brian Liska

*All girls who are interested in playing basketball this upcoming season. There will be a brief meeting this Wednesday October 30,2109 @ 3:25pm to 3:40pm in room 100 across from paw place. We will discuss requirements, expectations, and practice locations.
-Coach Clayborn

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms outside the door of room 323. Also fill out your plans for after high school for a new section of the 2019-2020 yearbook! Superlatives due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

*Tomcat Winter Cheerleaders there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 31st at 3:30 in the gym balcony.
-Austria Hutcherson

Announcements for Tuesday October 29th 

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!”
-Jennifer Reyes

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*You’ve heard them at the Football Games, now see them in concert. Join us for the Fall Band Concert this Wednesday at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium. Admission is FREE!
-Brian Liska

*Guide Right meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. We will be discussing leadership skills.
-Phil Ferguson

*All girls who are interested in playing basketball this upcoming season. There will be a brief meeting this Wednesday October 30,2109 @ 3:25pm to 3:40pm in room 100 across from paw place. We will discuss requirements, expectations, and practice locations.
-Coach Clayborn

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms and senior quotes outside the door of room 323. Superlatives and quotes due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

Announcements for Monday October 28th

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!”
-Jennifer Reyes

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*You’ve heard them at the Football Games, now see them in concert. Join us for the Fall Band Concert this Wednesday at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium. Admission is FREE!
-Brian Liska

Announcements for Friday October 25th

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

Announcements for Thursday October 24th 

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Seniors, the Horatio Alger Scholarship has awarded Tomcats over $60,000 in scholarships over the last three years. Now is your chance to be a Horatio Alger Scholar! Apply online today. A link to the Scholarship is on Naviance under the Scholarship List. The scholarship is due this Friday.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball next Thursday October 31st. There is no meeting this week because of Parent Conferences. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa would love to see you more students interested in service, leadership, and future growth as human beings while having quality conversations next Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday October 23rd

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Wednesday October 23 is the districts last flu shot clinic. It will be held at Cowherd Middle School from 2:30-3:30 pm
-Jeanne Danos

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Seniors, the Horatio Alger Scholarship has awarded Tomcats over $60,000 in scholarships over the last three years. Now is your chance to be a Horatio Alger Scholar! Apply online today. A link to the Scholarship is on Naviance under the Scholarship List. The scholarship is due this Friday.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Anyone interested in taking the fan bus to the football game at Elgin on Friday, must turn in their permission slip by today after school to the main office. Please remember to bring your ID to the game. The bus leaves by 5pm at door 8, and remember you must take the bus back after the game.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball next Thursday October 31st. There is no meeting this week because of Parent Conferences. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa would love to see you more students interested in service, leadership, and future growth as human beings while having quality conversations next Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Tuesday October 22nd

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.

-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.

-Alan Scott

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.

-Coach Clayborn

*Wednesday October 23 is the districts last flu shot clinic. It will be held at Cowherd Middle School from 2:30-3:30 pm

-Jeanne Danos

Announcements for Monday October 21st

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday October 18th 

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday October 17th

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will be meeting on Thursday, 10/17/19, at 7:30 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Mrs. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
Lisa T. Dioro

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

Announcements for Wednesday October 16th

*Congratulations to Kim Leon for winning the junior varsity conference consolation championship at South Elgin High School on Saturday.
-Donnell Collins

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is today at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will be meeting on Thursday, 10/17/19, at 7:30 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Mrs. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa T. Dioro

Announcements for Tuesday October 15th

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Hey Tomcats! There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

Announcements for Friday October 11th

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Hey Tomcats! There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

Announcements for Thursday October 10th

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Prize will be awarded for the first person who comes to the meeting and can tell Ms. Andersen-Drake the answer to the question posted at @EAScholastiCats! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Interested in joining the wrestling team? There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 10th after school in room 400b. We will discuss preseason conditioning as well as things to do to be ready for the upcoming season. If you have any questions see Coach Mick in room 453.
-Ryan Mick

*We do not have school next Monday but BTG EA Operation Snowball will be here this Thursday October 10th and next Thursday October 17th as well. Experience less stress, make your future a reality, and enjoy positive rewarding experiences with Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa this and every Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Hey Tomcats!There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

Announcements for Wednesday October 9th 

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Prize will be awarded for the first person who comes to the meeting and can tell Ms. Andersen-Drake the answer to the question posted at @EAScholastiCats! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society meets this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. Please see Mrs. Taylor and Ms. Dioro for any questions.
-Lisa T. Dioro

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*Interested in joining the wrestling team? There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 10th after school in room 400b. We will discuss preseason conditioning as well as things to do to be ready for the upcoming season. If you have any questions see Coach Mick in room 453.
-Ryan Mick

*We do not have school next Monday but BTG EA Operation Snowball will be here this Thursday October 10th and next Thursday October 17th as well. Experience less stress, make your future a reality, and enjoy positive rewarding experiences with Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa this and every Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Hey Tomcats!There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

Announcements for Tuesday, October 8th

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for
students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society meets this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. Please see Mrs. Taylor and Ms. Dioro for any questions.
-Lisa T. Dioro

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. We will be discussing your college selection and available scholarships.
-Phil Ferguson

Announcements for Monday, October 7th

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center Today, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.
-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:
Seniors: TODAY
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for
students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

Announcements for Friday October 4th

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.

-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application

-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.

-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:

Sophomores and Juniors: TODAY

Seniors: MONDAY

Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.

-Debra McGoldrick

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, October 3rd

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/2 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/3 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!

-Thomas M. Vasa

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.

-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.

-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.

-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:

Freshman: TODAY

Sophomores and Juniors: FRIDAY

Seniors: MONDAY

Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.

-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Wednesday, October 2nd

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/2 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/3 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. We will be discussing taking action to achieve your life plans at 40 years old.
-Phil Ferguson

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Alter Danos

*The East Aurora College Fair is back in the field house today. Representatives from over 60 colleges will be available to meet with you. All juniors and seniors are invited to attend periods 4A, 4B or 5A. Please check in at the door of the field house for attendance.
-Andrew Rathje

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, October 1st

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. We will be discussing taking action to achieve your life plans at 40 years old.
-Phil Ferguson

 

Archived Daily Announcements August and September 2019

Announcements for Thursday October 31st

*Tomcat Winter Cheerleaders there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 31st at 3:30 in the gym balcony.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. In room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms outside the door of room 323. Also fill out your plans for after high school for a new section of the 2019-2020 yearbook! Superlatives due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday October 30th

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. In room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out today at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The Fall Band concert is TONIGHT! Please join us at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium to hear some incredible student musicians. Thank you for your support.
-Brian Liska

*All girls who are interested in playing basketball this upcoming season. There will be a brief meeting this Wednesday October 30,2109 @ 3:25pm to 3:40pm in room 100 across from paw place. We will discuss requirements, expectations, and practice locations.
-Coach Clayborn

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms outside the door of room 323. Also fill out your plans for after high school for a new section of the 2019-2020 yearbook! Superlatives due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

*Tomcat Winter Cheerleaders there will be an informational meeting on Thursday, October 31st at 3:30 in the gym balcony.
-Austria Hutcherson

Announcements for Tuesday October 29th 

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!”
-Jennifer Reyes

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*You’ve heard them at the Football Games, now see them in concert. Join us for the Fall Band Concert this Wednesday at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium. Admission is FREE!
-Brian Liska

*Guide Right meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. We will be discussing leadership skills.
-Phil Ferguson

*All girls who are interested in playing basketball this upcoming season. There will be a brief meeting this Wednesday October 30,2109 @ 3:25pm to 3:40pm in room 100 across from paw place. We will discuss requirements, expectations, and practice locations.
-Coach Clayborn

*Calling all seniors! Pick up senior superlative voting forms and senior quotes outside the door of room 323. Superlatives and quotes due December 2nd!
-Debra McGoldrick

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball Thursday October 31st. If you want to grow as a leader, participate in service, and have quality conversations come Thursday to Room 221. Yes, it is on Halloween and yes it will be fun with food and prizes!
-Thomas Vasa

Announcements for Monday October 28th

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will meet this Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 7:30 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Ms. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa Dioro

*If you signed up for Seal of Biliteracy testing, please be sure to be checking your school e-mail regularly. You will be received an e-mail detailing which day and in which room you will be testing. See Mr. Marten in room 172 with any questions.
-Kevin R. Marten

*Test your knowledge of different subjects! Our ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet on 11/13 against Glenbard South and Fenton. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/30 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/31 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!”
-Jennifer Reyes

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch OVER THE GARDEN WALL, in which the brothers Wirt and Greg find themselves lost in the forest called The Unknown. With the help of some animal friends, will they find their way out? Find out this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*You’ve heard them at the Football Games, now see them in concert. Join us for the Fall Band Concert this Wednesday at 7:00 pm in Hawks Auditorium. Admission is FREE!
-Brian Liska

Announcements for Friday October 25th

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girls’ basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Fox Valley Career Center is proudly celebrating 50 years of existence this year! Come out – tour campuses and labs, meet instructors, learn about the programs offered, and so much more including RAFFLES! All this happens Thursday, November 7th from 6 to 8pm at the annual FOX VALLEY CAREER CENTER OPEN HOUSE – Hope to see you there!
-Jennifer Reyes

Announcements for Thursday October 24th 

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Seniors, the Horatio Alger Scholarship has awarded Tomcats over $60,000 in scholarships over the last three years. Now is your chance to be a Horatio Alger Scholar! Apply online today. A link to the Scholarship is on Naviance under the Scholarship List. The scholarship is due this Friday.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball next Thursday October 31st. There is no meeting this week because of Parent Conferences. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa would love to see you more students interested in service, leadership, and future growth as human beings while having quality conversations next Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Wednesday October 23rd

*Seniors, have you applied to a college or university yet? If not, now is the time! The Priority Deadline is November 1st! Visit the College and Career Center as soon as you can. We look forward to helping you launch your future!
-Andrew Rathje

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.
-Coach Clayborn

*Wednesday October 23 is the districts last flu shot clinic. It will be held at Cowherd Middle School from 2:30-3:30 pm
-Jeanne Danos

*Applications are being accepted to join the Principal’s Student Advisory Team! Are you interested in voicing your opinion in order to make a positive impact on our school and community, meetings will begin next month. Applications are available in the main office.
-Viridiana Bermudez

*Seniors, the Horatio Alger Scholarship has awarded Tomcats over $60,000 in scholarships over the last three years. Now is your chance to be a Horatio Alger Scholar! Apply online today. A link to the Scholarship is on Naviance under the Scholarship List. The scholarship is due this Friday.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center is hosting a field trip for any student interested in becoming a construction trade apprentice. Anyone considering becoming a pipe fitter, painter, plumber, electrician or laborer should attend this trip on November 14th! Please grab a permission slip from the College and Career Center today! Permission slips are due on November 1st.
-Andrew Rathje

*Anyone interested in taking the fan bus to the football game at Elgin on Friday, must turn in their permission slip by today after school to the main office. Please remember to bring your ID to the game. The bus leaves by 5pm at door 8, and remember you must take the bus back after the game.
-Kenneth Gerk

*Feeling stressed, want to have fun and meet new friends come to BTG EA Operation Snowball next Thursday October 31st. There is no meeting this week because of Parent Conferences. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa would love to see you more students interested in service, leadership, and future growth as human beings while having quality conversations next Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

Announcements for Tuesday October 22nd

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.

-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.

-Alan Scott

*Hello Ladies if you want to be part of one of the most exciting teams in the school and area then come tryout for the girl’s basketball team. The tryouts will be November 4th, 2019. Registration for Winter Athletics is open!!! You must be registered on 8 to 18. Have a physical by or before day 1 (Nov. 4) – registered online at 8to18 and an updated athletic physical.

-Coach Clayborn

*Wednesday October 23 is the districts last flu shot clinic. It will be held at Cowherd Middle School from 2:30-3:30 pm

-Jeanne Danos

Announcements for Monday October 21st

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

Announcements for Friday October 18th 

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

*Our EA ScholastiCats team is preparing for their first meet in a few weeks. Still want to join the team? Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214c for further information! We will meet again on Wednesday, 10/23 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/24 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday October 17th

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will be meeting on Thursday, 10/17/19, at 7:30 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Mrs. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
Lisa T. Dioro

*Tryouts for the Winter Dance Team begin on Friday, October 25th. You must pick up a packet from the Athletic Office prior to tryouts. See Coach Schraft with questions.
-Jessica Schraft

Announcements for Wednesday October 16th

*Congratulations to Kim Leon for winning the junior varsity conference consolation championship at South Elgin High School on Saturday.
-Donnell Collins

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is today at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society will be meeting on Thursday, 10/17/19, at 7:30 a.m. & 3:25 p.m. in room 515. Please see Mrs. Taylor or Ms. Dioro for more information.
-Lisa T. Dioro

Announcements for Tuesday October 15th

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Hey Tomcats! There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

Announcements for Friday October 11th

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Hey Tomcats! There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

*Movie Club is watching spooky movies all October. Join us to watch THE MONSTER SQUAD. Monsters are taking over and it is up to the kids to stop them, because, you know, adults just don’t get it. The movie is this Wednesday at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*Interested in playing softball next spring? On Thursday, 10/17, there will be a pitching clinic after school from 3:30-4:30 pm. Please meet outside room 404. See Coach Cable with any questions.
-Allie Cable

Announcements for Thursday October 10th

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Prize will be awarded for the first person who comes to the meeting and can tell Ms. Andersen-Drake the answer to the question posted at @EAScholastiCats! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Interested in joining the wrestling team? There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 10th after school in room 400b. We will discuss preseason conditioning as well as things to do to be ready for the upcoming season. If you have any questions see Coach Mick in room 453.
-Ryan Mick

*We do not have school next Monday but BTG EA Operation Snowball will be here this Thursday October 10th and next Thursday October 17th as well. Experience less stress, make your future a reality, and enjoy positive rewarding experiences with Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa this and every Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Hey Tomcats!There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

*Have interest in the occult? Have you ever questioned if things are as they seem? Join us at Conspiracy Theory club Tuesday’s from 3:20-4pm with Mrs. Servos in room 237.
-Megan Servos

*Students, the lost and found box has lots of items that need to be claim. If these items are not claimed by Friday October 18th, ALL items will be discarded.
The lost and found box is located in office 115.
-Mirtha Gonzalez

Announcements for Wednesday October 9th 

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:00, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Prize will be awarded for the first person who comes to the meeting and can tell Ms. Andersen-Drake the answer to the question posted at @EAScholastiCats! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society meets this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. Please see Mrs. Taylor and Ms. Dioro for any questions.
-Lisa T. Dioro

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*Interested in joining the wrestling team? There will be an informational meeting this Thursday October 10th after school in room 400b. We will discuss preseason conditioning as well as things to do to be ready for the upcoming season. If you have any questions see Coach Mick in room 453.
-Ryan Mick

*We do not have school next Monday but BTG EA Operation Snowball will be here this Thursday October 10th and next Thursday October 17th as well. Experience less stress, make your future a reality, and enjoy positive rewarding experiences with Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa this and every Thursday in Room 221.
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Hey Tomcats!There will be a informational meeting for Winter Cheerleading Tryouts on October 15th in the gym balcony at 3:30. Please contact Coach Austria with any questions.
-Austria Hutcherson

Announcements for Tuesday, October 8th

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for
students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

*The W.E.B. DuBois African American Honor Society meets this Thursday at 7:30 a.m. Please see Mrs. Taylor and Ms. Dioro for any questions.
-Lisa T. Dioro

*Flavored ice coffee is available in the cafeteria for breakfast and lunch, and we are now serving cheeseburgers for breakfast.
-Sharon Seidelman

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 8, 2019. We will be discussing your college selection and available scholarships.
-Phil Ferguson

Announcements for Monday, October 7th

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center Today, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.
-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:
Seniors: TODAY
Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.
-Debra McGoldrick

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*The University of Illinois is accepting applications for
students interested in Engineering to attend a three day workshop by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers. Please visit the College and Career Center for information. The application closes on October 25th.
-Andrew Rathje

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch HOCUS POCUS, in which three witches are resurrected in Salem on Halloween night. What could go wrong? The movie starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*The first blood drive of the year will be held Thursday, October 17th, in the Freshmen gym. Sign ups begin on Wednesday in the lunchroom. Make sure you make an appointment and keep your appointment card. Students are 16 years old will need a parent permission slip. Please consider saving a life on October 17th!
-Kenneth Gerk

Announcements for Friday October 4th

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.

-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application

-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.

-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:

Sophomores and Juniors: TODAY

Seniors: MONDAY

Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.

-Debra McGoldrick

*The EA ScholastiCats is STILL looking for new members to join the team! We will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/9 from 3:30 – 4:05, and Thursday, 10/10 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

Announcements for Thursday, October 3rd

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/2 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/3 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!

-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!

-Thomas M. Vasa

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.

-Jeanne Alter Danos

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.

-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.

-Andrew Rathje

*Portrait Days are here! The yearbook would not be anything without all of you. Dress to impress on these days:

Freshman: TODAY

Sophomores and Juniors: FRIDAY

Seniors: MONDAY

Students will head down to the atrium with their English classes. Retakes are November 13. Look for portrait order forms from your English teachers.

-Debra McGoldrick

Announcements for Wednesday, October 2nd

*The EA ScholastiCats will have our next meetings on Wednesday, 10/2 from 3:30 – 4:15, and Thursday, 10/3 from 7:00 – 7:45, both in room 214. Bring a friend and have some fun with competitive trivia! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get a pass for Thursday morning!
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. We will be discussing taking action to achieve your life plans at 40 years old.
-Phil Ferguson

*Please bring your physicals, dental exams and shot records to the Health Office as soon as possible. Students who have non -compliant flags in Infinite Campus are at risk for exclusion on October 15. Come to the Health Office if you have any questions.
-Jeanne Alter Danos

*The East Aurora College Fair is back in the field house today. Representatives from over 60 colleges will be available to meet with you. All juniors and seniors are invited to attend periods 4A, 4B or 5A. Please check in at the door of the field house for attendance.
-Andrew Rathje

*Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA is now open. You are invited to fill out the FAFSA with your family in the College and Career Center on Monday, October 7th between 5:30 and 7:30pm. Please visit the CCC ahead of time so you know what to bring for the application.
-Andrew Rathje

*The College and Career Center will be hosting admissions counselors from Vincennes Unviersity and The University of Illinois this Thursday. Please stop in the CCC for a pass.
-Andrew Rathje

Announcements for Tuesday, October 1st

*Are you a trivia nerd or the friend that knows everything and can share random facts? The EA ScholastiCats are looking for additional members to join the team! Come see Ms. Andersen-Drake in room 214 c with any questions and to get all the details! Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 10/2 in room 214 from 3:30 – 4:15.
-Jennie Andersen-Drake

*Want to know more about the bible? Want to share your biblical ideas with us? P7 bible
club is the right place to start! The Bible Club meets in room 235 after school every Thursday.
Learn more with us and expand your biblical knowledge. Snacks included!
-Chad Kelly

*Movie Club is watching spooky, ooky, fright-tastic movies all October. Join us this Wednesday to watch CORPSE BRIDE, a sweet but weird tale of the marriage between a young man and a ghost, which starts at 3:30 in room 333.
-Alan Scott

*BTGEA Operation Snowball continues developing student leaders in returning and new members to our second meeting of the year this October 3rd Thursday in Room 221. This is the club where students feel better about life, stress, and can love themselves more. Mr. Vasa and Ms. Rosa look forward to seeing more students grow in these positive rewarding experiences. See you Thursday!
-Thomas M. Vasa

*Guide Right will be held on Tuesday, October 1, 2019. We will be discussing taking action to achieve your life plans at 40 years old.
-Phil Ferguson

 

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