Daily Morning Announcements

  • Important Announcements




    Monday, May 23rd and it’s a RED Day     

    We ended Keystone exams today and will be back to our traditional bell schedule beginning tomorrow. Students who will be taking make-up Keystone exams will be Wednesday – Friday, any students required to take makeups will receive an email this afternoon.  


    Club/Activity Announcements  


    The Home and School Association is looking for students who like to face paint. Please stop by the library to sign up to volunteer at the Simmons Spring Fair on June 11th. Email Mrs. Nash if you have any questions. 


    Attention seniors: the Senior Bash will be held on Friday, June 10 at Carpenter Park immediately following graduation practice. If you did not purchase an activity card, or tickets during the spring resale window, you can still attend. Tickets will be available the day of - $15 cash. See Mrs. Cuevas or Ms. Vargas with questions. 


    Seniors who are attending the Post Prom should complete the brief survey if you haven't done so already. You can find the form on the webpage under Senior Prom Committee under student life … this will allow us to register you for prizes.  



    Today in History as we celebrate Jewish American Heritage and AAPI heritage month our fact of the day - In 2010, Representative Tulsi Gabbard became the first female American Samoan and Hindu to ever serve as a member of the U.S. Congress. She is also one of the first two female combat veterans. Gabbard was the first female Distinguished Honor Graduate at Fort McClellan's Officer Candidate School and the first woman to receive an award of appreciation from the Kuwaiti military. THE MORE YOU KNOW  


    Thank you to all our Special Olympics volunteers. This event couldn’t happen without YOU.  

    At this point all volunteer assignments have been emailed. Shirts will be handed out in HATS today. Please make sure you are signed up for Remind. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Welsh.  




    • The Hatters boys and girls competed at the District 1 track meet this weekend and had strong performances - including came 4 state qualifiers. Austin Hurrell and Chrishon Avery in the long jump, Brian DiCola in the 1600 and 3200 - Brian is the 2022 district champ in both events district champ in both), and his Lilly DICOLA in the 3200 as well. Good luck to these HATTERS as they travel to States this weekend 
    • Playoff action on the diamond begins this week. The softball team is currently seeded #6 in the district. They will be in action here at home on Wednesday – we will find out their opponent after today’s games.  
    • The baseball team seeded 2nd in the district will take on an opponent here at home on Wednesday as well. We will know that opponent after today’s games.  




    Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Engaged and Be Safe.      


    Make it a great day or not, the choice is yours!