Daily Morning Announcements

  • Today is Friday, April 12th, and it is a RED Day    

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    • The Multicultural Carnival is THIS SUNDAY from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Stadium! There will be games, food, a dunk tank, and over $1,500 worth of raffles, including prom tickets, activity cards, parking passes, and many other fantastic items. Tickets are $5 a person, cash only. Come out and have a blast at this great event! 

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    • TODAY is the last day to submit a Partnership application for the 2024-25 school year. Interviews will begin on Tuesday, April 16 during lunch and learn. 

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    • SENIORS REMINDER THAT IF YOU WANT A FREE GRADUATION LAWN SIGN, YOU MUST RSVP BY APRIL 26TH 

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    • Looking for a summer job and perhaps a tan? American Pool hires and trains students ages 15 and up to be lifeguards at various local pools. The pay starts at $14 per hour. Stop by and visit with the representative outside the Student Success Center on 4/16 during Lunch and Learn. 

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    • AP Students – a quick reminder that if you intend to participate in the attendance privilege on the day of your AP exam, you must complete the form by April 26th 

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    • The Hatters, Inc. Talent Show will be held in the auditorium on MONDAY, during Lunch & Learn. All are invited to stop by and support our very talented performers! 

     

    • The HH Wing Bowl is back and will take place NEXT FRIDAY during Lunch and Learn in the Aux Gym.  You can register to participate by clicking the link in Mr. Grady’s email or using the QR code on the posters hanging throughout the building. The registration fee is $30, and you can sponsor yourself or get a club you’re involved with to sponsor you.  The winner will receive a gift card and their name forever etched on the coveted Goblet of Gorge.  Registration ends on MONDAY  

     

    • TODAY is the Day of Silence, a national student-led demonstration where LGBTQ students and allies around the world take a vow of silence to protest the harmful effects of harassment and discrimination against LGBTQ people in schools. Students who wish to participate may pick up a ribbon or a vow of silence card in A127, G113, C119, B207, H208, F209, H316, H303, H302, or the main office. Everyone is encouraged to sign an ally pledge card outside the cafeteria during Learn 1 and 2 to support the LGBTQ community. 

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    • Next week is Mini-THON Spirit Week for Staff and StudentsLet’s show our support moving into the Main Event - Mini-THON is NEXT SATURDAY. Each day represents one of the four triangles in the 4 Diamonds OrganizationOn Monday, we will wear RED to show Courage! It takes significant courage for families to deal with a child with cancer. Last year’s shirts are available for $5 and new shirts will be available for $20Stop by Ms. Mac’s room A118 to grab your shirt.

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    • TODAY is an early dismissal for students. Grab & Go lunches will be available immediately after dismissal … there will be no late buses. 

     

    LUNCH & LEARN  

    • While there is no Lunch & Learn today, anyone interested in playing golf next year will have a brief informational meeting at the start of Learn 1 next Wednesday in B110.  See Coach Harmon if you have any questions. 

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    In the World of Sports 

    • The baseball team had a big come-from-behind win over New Hope-Solebury 10-8, while the softball team also beat New Hope 8-0. 
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    • The girl’s lacrosse team picked up a win against Cheltenham yesterday 11-4.  

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    • Yesterday the Hatters Track and Field teams hosted 40+ schools to compete for the Penn Relay trialsThe Freshman 4x100 of Quigley, Bellizzie, Paone, and Lane finished 3rd overall and qualified for the Penn Relays.  

     

    In This Today’s Action:  

    • Softball will play at Plymouth-Whitemarsh this afternoon at 3:45 

    • The girl’s lacrosse team will take on CB East today at 4:30 

     

    HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!  

     

    Be Responsible, Be Respectful, Be Engaged, Be Safe  

    Please stand for the pledge